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The Jewish Floridian ( March 23, 1973 )

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'/ llMush Flaridiajri Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 4S •— Number 12 Miami, Florida — Friday, March 23, 1973 Three Sections Price 23 at AJCommittee Asks Askew To Guard Against Quotas Dr. Charles R. Bober, pros idcnt of the Greater Miami Chapter, American Jewish Committee, has askod Gov. Reubin Askew, in a letter to him, to institute guidelines so that the Governor's directive to Florida aecncies to hire more members of disadvantage groups by setting goals and a four year tim table not become a quota system. In commending Gov. Askew and supporting the Governor's position that special and substantial efforts are needed to make a reality of equal opportunity commitments. Dr. Beber asked that ways be found to permit every man and woman to wi k at the highest level of his What's happening here.., REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY The next several weeks will be critical to the success of the 1973 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund Campaign. At present, 56,331,939 has been committed to help Jews in need both here and abroad. This figure represents a 24 per cent increase over the same gifts to last year's campaign, but it is not adequate to meet our financial commitment to our 22 local agencies and services and our national and overseas beneficiaries. Our goal this year is SI 5 million. Only by redoubling our efforts and reexamining our own gifts can we hope to reach this goal. $15 million is a realistic figure for this Jewish community. The unrealistic thinq would be for us to ignore our often-stated pledge that the Jewish people and the State of Israel must survive. The unrealistic thing would be for us to say to the hundreds of thousands of people our agencies serve, "We can't help you this year maybe next year." For these individuals; the sick, the oppressed, and those very brave Soviet Jews who ore struggling to make new lives in the Promised land they need our •port today. Those of us who have been active in Federation campaigns in the past know from experience that once people understand the scope of our life-saving work they respond. Your questions can be answered by phoning or visiting the Federation building, the central address of Miami's Jewish community. Your commitment is needed today ... for all the tomorrows that we hope to make better. Norm* C. Kipnit „ Associatt General Chairman 1973 Combined Jewish AppealIsrael Emergency Fund Campaign | Greater Miami Jewish Federation's I 1973 Combined Jewish Appeal land Israel Emergency Fund Campaian i Cuba's Jews Struggling To Maintain Community NEW YORK — Cuba's dwindling Jewish community is carrying on a valiant struggle to maintain Jewish life without the assistance of any rabbis, cantors or professional teachers. Unless adequate aid can be provided, members of the American Section of the World Jewish Congress were told by Lavy Becker of Montreal, this community "born in 1906, right after the Spanish-American War, will almost completely vanish by the end of this century." Similar concern for the one million Jews of Latin America was expressed by Dr. Gerhart M. Riegner, of Geneva, WJC secretary-general. "Unless we help these Jewish communities come through this difficult period, we will soon be faced with another serious crisis," he said. Dr. Riegner stressed that "economic and political uncertainties rather than anti-Semitism represents the root of Latin American Jewry's problems." He said that the WJ Congress had already united the divergent factions of Latin America into Continued on Page 15-A skill without resorting to racial, religious or ethnic quotas or proportional representation based on sex. Dr. Beber told the Jewish Floridian "failure to eliminate Inequalities based on race or sex did not justify unacceptable short cuts in social policy which substitute groups rights for individual rights by setting 'goals' which are in reality 'quotas.' "NOT do we countenance the institutioi*alization of a system of quotaand proportional representation, the proportions of which weaken rather than strengthen equality of opportunity," Dr. Beber said. "Research on the part of AJC." he continued, "has indicated that numerical goals easily degenerate into rigid quotas ar.i that substuuting group rights f3r individual rights only erodes the principle of merit. "Ignoring the merit system as a basij for advancement is also Continued on Page 11-A Slain U.S. Diplomat Said To Have Sought Israel, Sudan Links BOSTON' (JTA) — Sen Thomas F. Eagleton. D-Mo., said here "there is evidence that George (' Moore, one of the two American diplomats murdered by Black September terrorists in Khartoum, Sudan "was actively engaged in efforts to begin a dialogue between Sudan and lirael through the United States." Sen. Eagleton said he did not believe "that the attack on our diplomats in the Sudan was sim ply a question of their taking advantage of an opportunity. It was a well-planned attack, and it was designed to interfere with a dialogue that might eventually have led to peace negotiations in the Middle East." Sen. Eagleton, who was Sen. George McGovern's original running mate in the 1972 presidential election campaign, made his remarks in the course of an address at the leadership dinner of the Combined Jewish PhiIsraelis Not On Red Sea JERUSALEM (JTA) — The Government denied this week two claims by Southern Yemen that Israel has established a presence on the Ethiopian coast and on several islands in the Red Sea which command the shipping lanes to and from the Indian Ocean. The Southern Yemeni embassy in Beirut claimed that Israel has leased the Ras (Cape) Sintian from Ethiopia where it was allegedly building an air and naval base some 30 kilometers from the Yemeni island of Perim that controls the southern entrance to the Red Sea. Perim was the base for a rocket attack on the Israelbound tanker Coral Sea in June, 1971. The Southern Yemeni embassy in Baghdad claimed that Israeli forces had occupied five islands in the straits of Bab El Mandab. The islands were not identified but the Beirut embassy indicated that they included Zuqar Island in the Hanish group. lanthropies of Greater Boston. He described Moore, the 47year-old charge d'affairs at the U.S. Embassy in Khartoum, as "an outgoing man who believed that the widest guifs between nations could be bridged by good humor and dialogue. NCJW Convention To Open Monday Vanguard of more than 800 delegates to the 30th biennial convention of the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) will begin arriving here today for the four-day conclave which opens Monday night at the Deauville Hotel in Miami Beach. The Greater Miami section of the NCJW is acting as host for the conference with Mrs. Irving (Reva) Wexler, a member of the national board, serving as convention chairman. Mrs. Philip t Elaine) Bloom, president of the host section, heads Greater Miami's delegates. Other national board members include Mrs. Dorothy Oppenheim. with Mrs. Myra Farr a national vice president and Mrs. Martha Myers a national honorary vice president Mrs. Evelyn Cohen is a number of the national nominating committee. Mrs. Julie Eisenhower will address delegates and guests at Monday's opening session, scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. Mayor Chuck Hall of Miami Beach will extend greetings. Highlight of the evening will be the keynote address of Gov. Reubin Askew, who will be honored with the John F. Kennedy Award. This award is made biennially by NCJW to someone who has distinguished himself in giving service to a cause meaningful to the late president. It is awarded for dedication and commitment for social progress achieved through political channels and legislative action. As the NCJW begins the celebration of its 80th anniversary, delegates will vote on resolutions, plan programs, and decide on Council's priorities by "Focusing on the Future," the theme of the 30th biennial meeting. Helping to open the convention session Monday night with Mrs. Eisenhower will be Greater Miami section, NCJW Councilettes. the youth group of NCJW Continued on Page 15-A Israel Denies Story Of Nixon Pressure JERUSALEM (JTA) — Reports that Israel is being pressured by the Nixon Administration to disown the Jackson Amendment were denied by authoritative sources here this week. A source close to Premier Golda Meir told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that President Nixon made no such request of Mrs. Meir at their White House meeting March 1. According to the sources, the subject of Soviet Jewry was raised at that meeting. Nixon said that he understood the Israeli leader's concern, and added that he believed in the value of quiet diplomacy. But he did not speak of Mrs. Meir's intervention in the debate over the Jackson Amendment, and it would have been Continued on Page 5-A k



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Page 2-A Ev J few ll B Fhricfiar Friday, March 23, 1973 David Tow To Be Installed As BB Council President David 1. Tow, of Miami, will bo • Halted as president of the South lorida Council of B'nai Brith 1 %  \ A A -flffVvVKB DAV/D /. row V ii. on the Seville March 23 IL.tel .it I for two terms, vice president of I 'he Florida Region BBYO steering committtee, twice president of the Florida Region BBYO steerin committee, and three terms as State BBYO chairman. Prime objective of the Men's Council to which Mr. Tow will give leadership, is to serve as the coordinating body for 5.000 B'nai Brith Men and 40 Lodges in South Florida. "Activity and interest in the South Florida Council," reports Mr. Tow. "is at an all time peak I'eople who unite to improve the lot of their organization automatically arc doing the same thing to their community. It is my hope in continue that spirit of brotherhood and build upon the foundation established by my predecessors." Outgoing president, Judge Howard Xcii. will serve as honorary trustee. Master of ceremonies for the installation breakfast will be Judge Milton Friedman, also a product of Aleph Zadik Aleph. Other elected officers are Fivd Snyder. president-elect; Henry lo. currently a certified Howard, (icoi '; %  Kotin. Barry Gurland and Lou Bonchick, vice presidents; Bernard Austein. secretary; George Levy, treasurer; Sol Kaye, Al Golden, Melvin Peigeies, .Max Marin, Herman Nudeiinan. William Thompson. Sidney Ritter, Sol Klein. Abe Clieckman and Moe Mehlman. Soict Activists May Be Arrested NEW YORK (JTA) — SixMoscow Jewish activists who protested the refusal by Soviet officials to gunt them exit visas were threatened with arrest under a new edict issued Dec. 25. it was reported here by Jewish sources The six went to the OYIR office in Moscow two months ago to apply for exil visas and were told to return. When they did so several days ago. OVIR officialtold them flatly, "Your applications have been denied." according to the sources. The activists then went to the KGI! office where they were told that the refusals were .justified and that further complaints should he made to the Ministry of the Interior. When they threatened to initiate a hunger strike in protest, the militia was called and ordered them to leave the premises, sources reported When they refused to do so. they were taken to a 'sobering up station public accountant, as a teenager I .id the offici s of secretary and icmbcrship chairman in A/.A 322, Miatt i A native of Brooklyn, N. Y the > -' %  ung president has been a resident ul Miami far 24i year-, a product oi Miami Senior High School. He achieved a BBA in seceuoring from the University of Miami and received his Florida i'\ certificate in 196.1. Jack Kirschhaum. past president of the B'nai B'rith Council of auutn Florida Lodges, will act as installing officer. Featured speaker will be Louis Ossinsky. Jr., presidentelect of B'nai Brith District Grand Lodge 5. of Ormond Beach. Mr Ossinsky will be introduced by Ben Goldfield. past president of I'he new president has served as 'Florida State Association. LET US MAKE ISRAEL ON HER 25th ANNIVERSARY ECONOMICALLY STRONG BUY ISRAEL BONDS AND GIVE TO THE U.J.A. AND EMERGENCY FUND TIL IT HURTS! Mayshie Friedberg Employed at Biscayne Federal Savings and Loan Assn. for a time he currentl) heads his own accounting firm, maintaining offil. at 863S s Dixie Hwy. Complete Window Service REPAIRS REPLACING REGLAZING Fast Service — free E?timolei PHONE 666-3339 ALL WINDOW REPAIR 7813 UIRD ROAD ft) chairman >>f his Lodge, feholt-UI BB. treasurer of the %  Miau i BBYO hoard of director%  V'WJ*. National Hebrew F ISRAILI ClfT CtNTCR INC. BAR MITZVAM SETS I REU'GIOUS ARTICLES GIFTS %  949 WASHINGTON AVE. 532 2210 *p'jnNpm *Sbt 9JBTP ** tabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Phone 672-7306 945 MICHIGAN AVE.. MIAMI BEACH MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT 104 N.E. 1st STREET • PHONE 373-8432 ABSTRACTS • ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE A DIVISION OF TITLE WIl'MKI COMMT American Israeli All Religious Articles For Synagogues Schools Homes 1357 WASHINGTON AVE. JE 1-7722 S. Schwartz ANSWERING TELEPHONES REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE HAS tVlRYTHING I0R Synagogues, Hebrew Schools and Jt wish Homes. Free Gift wi-h E-/ery Bar Mitzvah Outfit 417 Washington Ave. 672-7017 liy £>eWiCt PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION Cairai Of THl SOUTH Largest Selection in Latest Stylet for Men and Women PREE PARKING SPACE IN BEAR CONVENIENT TO BUSES 728 LINCOLN ROAD (On the Mall) OcullaU' Prescription* Fillarf CONTACT LENSES EN in C rULL 53 m 64 (M0) 92 M 26 6?


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Friday. March 23, 1973 *Jewisti fhridPain Page 3-A r Dr. William A. Wexler Feted Here April 21 Dr. William A. Wexler, honor-1 'he president's and century clubs. aiy president of B'nai B'rith. and i'hese are composed of men and j chairman of BB's International j .vompfr commitHdk to the perpetu-' %  %  lion 'of the Jewish Heritage j through support of the Hilel Foundations on college campuses, and the AZA and B'nai B'rith Girls, the teenage groups. Members of BBYO and Hillel will lake part in the special Seder and musical program, which will highlight the Salute to Israel celebrations taking place in Greater Miami during this period. Dr. Wexler served from 1968 to 1971. as BB international presIt, it> 18th chief executive. Me served two one-year terms as chairman of the conference of' 'sidents of major American Jewish organizations, and is cur i-iiiiv chairman of the World Conference of Jewish Organizations (COJO). \president and chairman of lh? BBIC, Dr, Wexler has traveled all over the world, meeting with national and international leaders on matters of concern to the J ,\ DI %  unitj A resident of ii aunah, (la., "Bill" Wexler has i. acth in a leader-hip role in the UJA. Israel Bonds, and the rewish Community Council. He is also vice president of the National rewish Welfare Board, and president 1063-69 of the Southern legion of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds In January. I960, he was the re'ipient of Israel Bond's "Eleanor Roosevelt Humanities Award." \ musical program will be presented under the direction of •\rie Kadurl, based on a script written for the occasion by (Jirt Bossak. BBYO director for this region. Featured in the program will be the Joyce Farber. lyric coloratura soprano, and a choral group from the BBYO and Hillel. Reservations may be made through B'nai B'rith lodges or at the headquarters of the B'nai B'rith Foundation, at 420 Lincoln Rd. Toll-Free Call Will Secure Information On Legislation r DR. WIUIAM A. WtXIER Couni il. will be the guesl of honor at the Pa sovi i Festival of the B'nai B'rith Foundation on April 21, at the Fontainebleau Hot:'!, it was announced by Murray Shaw, general chairman of the gala a flair. The banquet will honor two generations, the youth services of the organization, and the members ol CANAAN PUPPIES NATIONAL DOG OF ISRAEL .'iOOO year old Breed Fine Family Pet All Paoers Phone 945-5509 Toll-free telephone service for citizens to obtain legislative information was so successful in the 1972 session of the Florida Legislature thut it will be continued this session. By direct-dialing 800-342-8014 from anywhere in Florida citizens will be able to make long-distance calls to the capitol in Tallahassee to find out the status of legislation I in which they are interested. Calls will be handled by staff of the Legislative Information Division who, through a computer, records actions on all bills as they occur on the floor of the House an I Senate via online video terminals Specific questions on how various Senate anil House of Hepiv -i ntatives members voted on spe cific bills in < o nil Itl ir on '.he floor of the two bodies ill be re ferred to appropri il c mmittee %  or member's off ce The stafl is prepan d to provide i %  -.;, n it • information, not only aboul xhe Legislative process bul also aboul the Florida Constitution and the various state agencies And it will assist callers in con-1 tacting appropriate persons in state government for additional help. The number will be the same as U %  .1 last session and will be operative March 19 through June A0. Charges for the Wide .Vca Tele phone Service (WATS) will be' paid by the legislature. Mrs. Bunny Van Brunt, director of the Legislative Information Division, reported that in 1972 the av erage number of calls ranged from 1 2'i a day at the outset to 110 a day toward the end of the session. The most calls received during one day was 142. A total of 4.09K | calls were received for the entire session. The highest percentage of calls — 24 per cent — came from Miami, followed by Jacksonville with 16 per cent; Tampa, 10 per cent. North Miami Beach. 8 per cent. j Fort Lauderdale and Gainesville 6 per cent; St. Petersburg and Hollywood. 4 per cent; Lakeland and Oi lando 3 per cent, and I'ompano. West Palm Beach, Clcarwaler. Pensacola and Cocoa-Cocod Beach, 2 per cent. Most individuals who .-ought information were well informed on subject matter, but in many instances were not familiar with the bill number. The division maile to inquiring individuals copies o bills, information on how a bil becomes involved within tin lature, copies of the Florida stitution and names of contai within various state department and agencies which Floridiaui sought. PftlfO conducted by Jack Hilliard Monday-April 16th6 p.m 12"p.„.n including TAX & TIP 865-7561 50 per person call Mr. Skup m C atei"G 0".c* OCEAN AT 68th STREET DEAUVILLE presents peettce Metropolitan Open '' conducting PASSOVER SEDERS Chair c*nuctetf by Barnett Brtttkin $3000 SECOND SEDER TUES.. APRIL 17 -7 P.M $25 tip and t,i\ incl FIRST SEDER MON.. APRIL 16-7 P.M. tip and tax incl. Children under s 512 for each Seder DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED Coll Hr.ri-fir.n. Catering Dept \oN THE OCEAN AT 67th STREET. MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA, ifs'-^v HOTEL >^\ (y ^yontainebleau ^i ON THE OCCAM %  'LET TRAUITIONAI set>ei X KOSHER SERVICES 4 RA13131 MAyeR AkRAMOWRz CANX.OK NiCO F^LDMAN ueivipLe MENouAh GRAND BALLROOM HOTEL FONTAINEBLEAU APRIL 16-17 FOR RESERVATIONS CALL CATERING OFFICE JE 8-8811 On April 1,1973 the s.s. Statendam will cruise the Mediterranean visiting Israel for the holidays. T~! HOR I A IIStJCN iODtS Glllr'ALTAR HJNCHAl MOTRII. f" .*^ rWATAGA ^ "V^f >>• 9*J H'.rJALimjS NAV.WINO BAY ^"^ V ^ / <-• IWAlttlON S VAILITT. CASABLANJtA \ y-—^ LIMASSOL ASHOOD SPRING CRUISE TO THE MEDITERRANEAN AND ISRAEL (FOR THE HOLIDAYS). • %  %  ...' %  ; /York to 21 port ; lod %  : ; %  • • ; : ISOf I %  ':• [ vvcryi 20th ( iry. Ai j : %  : % % % % %  ...... multi n lolldr Pronvn.ido I • j I : •.•'.":. lit tt : On,,II Hi '• I in the Not .... Hollnd America Crmses, Suite 805, International Bldg. 2455 E. 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Pag4-A -.Jenistinbridton Friday. March 23. 1973 tJewislh Floridlian OFFICE AND PLANT — 120 N.E. 6TH STREET TELEPHONE J7J-4605 P.O. Box 2973, MIAMI, FLORIDA 35101 FRED K. SHOCHET SFLMA M. THOMPSON Editor and Publisher Assistant to Publisher Th Jewish Florldin Doi Not Guarantee The Kashruth L V Of The Merchandise Advertised In Its Columns Published every Friday since 19:7 by The jeu^h Floriiian Si omJ-Clau Po-taye Paid at Miami, Fla. MATTER OF FACT jr by JOSEPH A1S0P The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jtw.sh Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndlj cate. Worldwide Nrws Service. National Editorial Association, American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, and t he Florida Press Association SUBSCRIPTION RATES: s Local Area) One Year $8.00 Two Years $15.00, Out of Town Upon Reguest Number 12 I 19 ADAR 5733 WASHINGTON. DC. — Once again in Vietnam. President Nixon has a challenge confronting him. The North Vietnamese violations of the cease-fire accord are becoming just about as gross and flagrant as Hanoi's violations f the Laotian treaty negotiated bj Gov. Averell Harriman in 1062' The whole subject is being played down by the American Volume 46 Friday, March 23, 1972 Council Has Met Test Of Time The fad that the National Council of Jewish Women is ceiebrating its 80th birthday as it meets in convention on Miami Beach will surprise many, for its outlook and its approach to the issues of our times is as bright and as fresh today as when it was organized as the 19th century was drawing to a close. Council is still concerned with day care, with fighting pDverty, with helping the elderly as well as the adolescent. It has been in the vanguard of Jewish organizations on the pressing guestions of civil rights and peace. Its concern has extended beyond the national borders to assist Jews in Europe and Israel, and beyond parochial Jewish interests in working with Protestant, Catholic and N^gro organizations in the successful interracial and interreligious program of Women in Community Service. In its 80-year history, Council has met the test of time with its deeds of loving kindness, as has been said of it. Different Stances Confusing If some Jewish spokesmen are expressing concern about guestionnaires that indicate the religion of the applicant, or quota systems and ethnic census-taking, there are times when others appear to take a different stance that is bound to confuse the opposition, and some Jews. The Jewish Telegraphic Agency obviously has been seeking to unearth Jewish Prisoners of Wars emerging from Vietnam and have managed to report at least three. But, it also reports, "The Navy has declined to make public any information of this nature" with no hint of commendation for this arm of our government carrying out Jewish defense agency philosophy. As for Rabbi William Berkowitz, reelected president of the New York Board of Rabbis, he made it plain that he was against ethnic census and quotas in the City University system in the same speech that he warned politicians that there is a Jewish vote and that he expected it to be courted as they were wooing the blacks, Puerto Ricans, Catholic and Protestant votes. Which, in old-fashioned political terms, means that the Jews expected their share (quota) of whatever will be passed out as reward. I Sephardic Jewry Resurgence Although they have a place in American history as the pioneer Jews of this continent, as well as Latin America, the Sephardic Jews have almost been a forgotten element in our present society. The recent organization of the American Sephardic Federation, in whose founding a number of local people were prominent, promises to rectify that oversight. The Federation is, of course, an important step toward unifying the aims of the more than 100,000 Sephardim in the United States and an act that can only be viewed as further strengthening American Jewry. It will bring into the mainstream of Jewish communal life a large group whose culture and heritage have been largely ignored, since the waves of Ashkenazic immigrants began to arrive on these shores in the late 19th century. A not unimportant offshoot of organization will be to give the Americans a greater voice on the international Jewish scene. The vitality and wealth of the American Sephardim is certain to be a factor in the growing strength of the Sephardic community in Israel. Organization of the Federation is a logical response to that situation. Q/gW/WS TO AMERICA HIAS CMTEWNQ IT'S 90h YEAR. OF HELPING MSW IMMIGRANTS press — which was a great mi take in 1962. joined in bj reporter. On that occasion. Hanoi's representatives promisi Gov. Harriman to withdraw troops from Laos and to i using Laos as a corridor to plj the war in South Vietnam HANOI BEGAN cheating, ever, the day Harriman and era were proudly photographed signing the treaty that "solved" the problem of Laos. In 1962. as a token of drawal," a couple of dozen N Vii tnamese troops were par "withdrawing" in front of international observers and iphers. The other thou i emaim d in Laos and were hei ... ii %  >-., r time. THE USE of the Ho Chi ., • main supplj i soutl >• %  .i%  con! h better orgai ized In th i 1 : I Instanci warni I the imm in< r ..%  • in the move %  i s nrth Vietnamese rej and supplies over the H • Minn Trail to South V %  I It i> not a bad estimate > the ii K>p movement is rently at the rate of 30,000 a : >nth or the highest I re reached in preparation for li's unsuccessful 1972 offensive, THE MOVEMENT of supplies i on11mini mi Page 8-A COMMENT Once upon a time — 1 begin this way because 1 have come around to the belief that it now belongs with so many other fairy tales of our society — land-use zoning was seen as a triumph of rational planning over haphazard growth. Rugged individualists fought the intrusion of government on their right to do what they plea-cd with their property during the early part of this century and cheered the Supreme Court justices who held that •property rights are the cornerstone of the Constitution." TODAY, of course, if one follows the local headlines, the opposite it true. Many of us — and I include myself among them — have faced zoning and planning boards and local governing bodies to demand that large minimum lot and house size requirements be maintained or instituted. The restricted height of buildings, or outright bans on apartment developments arc demanded. In Dade County today, and in many other parts of the nation, there is probably no subject more controversial from a legal, economic, social and political standpoint. It conies as a shock to one's self-image, therefore, to read a headline over letter to the editor in the Miami News which tells it like it really is: "Let poor and black live anywhere but Beach.'' What with water problems and the like, let's not single out Miami Beach. It could have read Key Biscayne, Coral Gables, South Miami or Anywhere, Suburban, U.S.A. FOR THE TRUTH — as opposed to the myth — of zoning policy today is that it is meant to be exclusionary of the poor in our society, not only blacks but whites as well. For the immediate victims of the thrust to enforce long-neglected building codes on Miami Beach are thousands <'f elderly Jews as well as the low-income Cubans and blacks who have established themselves there lately. it has been dear for many years now that most of the urban ureas of our nation are dying — financially and literally — from problems such as welfare, poor housing, segregated schools, high crime rates, loss of ratables as industry and business moves out, just to mention a few. AND. IN SHARP contrast to the cities which are rapidly liecoming black and brown enclaves, we see the suburban areas burgeoning — they now have a greater population than the cities — as almost exclusively white, middle-class defensive positions. The prophecies of the reports on violence in the '60s that we are becoming two societies, one black and one white, would seem to be too far distant of fulfillment. I have no doubt that we are dealing with a complex area of both the law and human emotions, involving deep prejudices. And while I do not want to risk over-simplifying the issue, I think we should not lose sight of the type of society we wish to live in — or. if we can think ahead, that of our children. Apartheid, economic as well as racial, is what we appear to be heading for unless the trend is reversed, and if that reads a bit overdramatic the situation is in itself one of high drama. UNDER OUR present system, home rule in zoning matters provides the effective barrier to significant change. But through the courts — as in the case of educational segregation — and through legislative action at both federal bv EDWARD COHEN and state levels, the social tion groups are beginning attack. On this they may have unexpected allies, for home apartment builders, and gage lenders, have a stake I cracking the substantial sul i ban market and if social jusl isn't their goal this wouldn't the first time in our history conflicting ideologies and i noniic interests Joined for common good. WHETHER moving some I the poor into the suburbs bring a more humane urban environment is open to quest as we have learned with the fai ures of urban renewal and lowcose public housing. Critics recognize that the displacement of people from familiar neighb hoods, rather than seeking to rehabilitate those areas, was answer. 1 feel this to be particularly so in South Beach where 1 tnink the local Jewish community has an even greater stake than just decent housing for the elderly poor. This unique area contain history and a way of life v. today has few duplicates in the world. The planned dispersion of course, will eliminate this haven of elderly European -born Jews, whose like we will m see again. Much sooner than the short time left them anyhow Their exodus is surely not on a par with others in our history. but there is an added sadness in the feeling that our affluent Jewish society might have been able to prevent it had not it become our conviction that a decent environment is, as the head line I quoted earlier, too good for the poor.



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. %  Friday. March 23. 1973 +Jewish fkridian Page 5-A Jewish National Groups Renew Attacks On HEW Quota Stand By Special RpGrt NEW YORK — Six national Jewish organizations this week told the Department of Health, Education & Welfare they were "shocked and dismayed" by its response to their charges of 33 separate instances of reverse discrimination in faculty hiring and college admissions. The statement was contained in a letter to Samuel I.'. Solomon. special assistant to the Director of IIEW's Office of Civil Rights— the "ombudsman" appointed by HEW to monitor complaints of discriminatory practices arising from affirmative action programs. "After waiting six months for your answer, we were distressed to note thai it addressed itseif to only 13 of the 33 instances of discrimination which we called to your attention." the six organiza tions declared, adding: "As to the 13 cases discussed in your reply, all but one were dis missed cursorily: their implica tions were not analyzed in dept' and case law which reached en tirely different conclusions was ignore.! "Even where the merit of our position w.ipartially recognized there is no indication that corrective action was taken or planned.' The six Jew. ;anizations tl 'it M gned the i tter v'.cro: dath Isra I ri< i \m ii ,.:i Jewish ommittee, Ameri Jewish Congi Anti-Defamstion League of B'nai B'rith, Jewish I abor Committee and Jewish War \ eterans of the U.S.A. A memorandum documenting ''dangerous trends" in colle; hiring and admissions was mitted to the then-Secretary of HEW. Eiliot Richardson, at his request last August by the six .'(•wish groups. The offending policies resulted from "distortion" by local HEW and college officials of affirmative action programs to increase the representation of minority personnel and women, the Jewish organizations charged. Jan. 8. Mr. Solomon responded to the August memorandum, ft is this response that the Jewish organizations answered this week. Jan. 12. the six organizations sent another memorandum to HEW detailing 19 new examples of reverse discrimination that they said were •of such gravity as to command immediate attention." Their com munication and Mr. Solomon's apparently crossed in the mail. In their letter this week the Jewish organizations took issue with Mr. Solomon's response to their challenge of a Federal regulation that states: "Neither minority nor female employees should be required to possess higher qualifications than those of" the lowest qualified incumbent." The Jewish groups had charged that — as interpreted by at least one HEW official — the rule was construed to mean universities must reject whir.' male applicants. Wanted EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR for Conservative Temple. Senc resume and salary require ments. Write E. 0.. Box 2973 Miami, Fla. 33101. WANTED CANTOR HIGHHOLY DAYS ANXILIAPY SERVICE* for 1200 Worshippers. Beth Torah Congregation Calls Mrs. Frank 9477528 no matter what their qualifica:.'>:.-. it a female or minority applicant met the qualifications of 'the least aualified incumbent." They noted in their memorandum that President Robben W. Fleming of the University of Michigan had cited and attacked this interpretation by a Chicago HEW official, and they urged HEW to seek rescission of the Federal regulation. Mr. Solomon replied that, as administered by HEW, the rule was merely a "suggestion" applying only to promotions — not hiring — and did not "require the emp.'o>ment of a person solely because that individual meets the qualifications of the least qualified incumbent." He said Us purpose was to prevent "unnecessarily" high qualifications being imposed on minorities and women. Today the Jewisn groups, noting that "suggestions coming from HEW acquire the force of command," stated: "Even as a suggestion, and even linked to promotions, the policy is clearly objectionable. "Your reply does not even deign to deal with the serious substantive concerns we raised as to the wisdom of this policy — its effect on the merit system and institutional attempts to raise department standards, to aspire to excellence rather than to tile level of the weakest incumbent. Israel Denies Story Of Nixon Pressure Continued From Page 1-A clone so. the source claimed. The sources were commenting on a report by columnists Rowland Evans and Robert Novak who said the Nixon Administration was getting tough with the Israeli Government over the latter's support of the measure. It would deny Most Favored Nation trade status to the Soviet Union unless obstacles to emigration were lifted. According to Evans and Novak, the President informed Mrs. Meir that he was not about to risk the U.S.Soviet detente on the extraneous issue of Jewish emigration from Russia. They unthinkable for him to have said that since then. Presidential emissaries have let the Isra Government know that Israel and the American Jewish lobby would be held accountable if the Jackson Amendment passes. Retirees Noon Luncheon District 65, South Florida Retirees Local, will dedicate a noon luncheon at the Montmartre Hotel Sunday to the second birthday observance of Union Founder Arthur Osman. 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Page6-A -Jenisti ncridian Friday, March 23, 1973 State Of Israel Bends Honors Miami Leaders State >if Israel Bonds will honor BCVeral Miami leaders in Jewish mi dvic causes al "Night in IsJ".-U •l" celebrations next week. On Monday at The Corinthian I. Ely and Mary Goldstein will rereive the state of Israel Atzmaut (Independence) Award for ""their lifetime of outstanding philanthropic and charitable service in St. Lndc and in Miami." according no Corinthian Israel Bond chairman Ahui HMMM The following n>eht. Tuesday. Marti Skopit will be honored by jriends and neighbors at the Fountainview Apartments. Fountainview brae] Bond chairman Michael Gensaid th.it Mrs. Skopit's charitable endeavons include Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary 682. Ila--. h, Pioni er Women. Miami Vet is llsapitai, Sunland Training 'enter, and the North Dade ChilCent r 0 Wednesday residents of Skv .',• Gardens will honor Philip Peinberg, who h;is lived in Florida or seven years and is "a tireless worker for community affairs." ac cording to Israel Bond chairman Charles Garten. Mr. Finher I i w > as vice president of the Sky Lake Men's Club, chairman of the ntertainment committee, and di< rector of Condominium 4. Thursday night, the Israel Bond irganization will honor Julius and heresa Levine at Southgate Towi"Night in Israel" chairman & Wfl nan said that the Leines ha\e each been president of i t te many organizations to which belong, and have chaired virtually every Israel Bonds and \ IEF function at Southgate. In ii.ii. Mr. and Mrs. Levine were onored by the Jewish National] Fund, which planted a 10.000-tree forest in Jerusalem, known as the | Julius and Theresa Levine Secur-i i--\ Forest Mr. Levine is chairman i the llillel Committee of the 'laccabce Lodge of B'nai B'rith, i hile Mrs. Levine serves as Amercan Zionist affairs chairman for Hadassah." One more "Night in Israel" program at the Del Prado Apartments on Sunday. March 25. will be a gala celebration of Israel's 25th anniversary and will be sponsored by B'nai B'rith Haven Lodge under the auspices of State of Israel Bonds. Dr. Harold Goldberg is serving as chairman. The "Night in Israel'' celebrations next week begin at 8 p.m. and will feature entertainment and refreshments. 'Defamation' Topic Of Address By Thomas Cohen Thomas Cohen, president. Hill crest Lodge, B'nai B'rith. will be guest speaker for a program spon sored by the Brotherhood ol Temple Beth F.l at 8 p.m.. Wed nesday. He will speak on "Defamation and Anti Defamation." Mr. Cohen is a graduate ol Fordham University served as Commissioner of Human Relations. Long Reach, New York: president. Congregation Shaari Israel. Brooklyn: president. Brooklyn Region Zionist Organization of America: member, Brooklyn Cabinet of United Jewish Appeal, and Chairman, Anti-Defamation League Appeal for Greater New York. The program is open to the public. Refreshments will be served There will be a Question and answer period. Law School Alums Meeting Friday Night The Florida Chanter of the Brooklyn Law School Alumni Association is closing the current dub vear with a meeting Friday at f! p.m. in the Carillon Hotel. Congressman William Lehman trill be guest speaker. Harry Zn '-, mi<.ic ic president of the group. Navon, Tsur Vie For Top JERUSALEM i.ITA) — The. contest for the presidency of Israel appears to have narrowed down t:> a two-man race between Yaacov Tsur, president of the Jewish National Fund, and Yitzhak Navon. Deputy Speaker of the Knesset. The third candidate most frequently mentioned. Supreme Court Justice Eliahu Mani. is no longer believed to be a major contender, The ruling Labor Party will shortly announce its candidate and the Knesset will elect a now president in May to succeed Zalman Shazar. Mr. Tsur has al ready announced his willingness to run Navon is expected to state his intentions later, but private sources said it is almost certain that he will run for the office. Most observers believe that Mr. Navon. who is a member of the Sephardic community and is immensely popular in the Knesset, would win easily unless Premier (Jidda Meir throws her considerable influence behind Mr. Tsur. Jewish Sfitaie On Center Program Expo Of Arts April 1 At Bayfront Park An Expo of Arts Sponsored by the Cultural Alliance of Greater Miami and Variety (lul Iren's Hospital is scheduled for April 1 from 11 to 7 p.m. at the Bayfront Park Auditorium The day-long program will include sculpture, graphics, dancing, songs, exhibits and children's fantasy. HANS I Wtfor CATERINO— Hod a •*• %  '. \bur little girl is getting married. At last. Will it be a small wedding and a big reception, or vice versa? After all, there are a lot of relieved girl friends and rejected boy friends that have to be accommodated, one way or another. Either way. there are no two ways about who should handle the affair. Who else but the Deauville? For the affair of the season... be it wedding, reception, confiimation, banquet, meeting or gala...no one can touch the Deauville for elegance of service and cuisine, and the downright luxury of the surroundings. And we never let down our standards. Whether you invite 25 or 3500 guests. Can your little girl have been that popular? Deauville Call Al Sicherer/Executive Food Director/ 865 8511 Ocean at 67th Stien • On the new Miami Beach Every great affair liai an invisible 3rd party. Here it's the Caterer! Really successtul affairs always leave guests asking. "Who was that caterer'.'" At the Sheraton-Four Ambassadors they know! We have an international reputation for food preparation and service. And our unique talents in the area of catering are available to you every day of the year. h'c 're been catering to beautiful people like rait for years. for information call 377-1966 Ask for Pete Messenger Catering Manager I Sheraton(§) Four Ambassadors I 801 So. Bayshore Drive Mi.uni, Florida I* W0lD*i0C SC I A program of Jc be presented at Jewish Center on p.m. in honor of Month. Theme of the r "Sermon in Song" by Rabbi Harry E Bongs by Cantor wish music wi'l the Hallandale Friday at 8:15 Jewish Music Vetting will be with narration Schwartz and Jack Danziger and choir under the direction of Mrs. Harry E. Schwartz. As a salute to Israel on its 25tr anniversary. representative Israel music composed during the las) 25 years will be included in the program as well as Jewish musii which has come out of Soviet Russia reeecntly. ^ The Pleasure of !" your, affair is ontaineMeau tl'AMI BEACH. FLOBIO* MAGNIFICENT FACILITIES / SUPERB SERVICE / GOURMET CUISINE AI.I. AVAILABLE AT SFNiliiLE PRICES. IW.T. r.oT.nrtiNC CtlBKIfia DIHM 538-8811 ^>>>>>.^IK<^ : Have your next party at our house... ...Harbour House Entertain m the grand manner. Where there are no conventions, no turmoil. Only beauty and tranqulity. Our Regency Room in the White Cypress Restaurant is a beautiful private dining room. Food and wines are the finest. There's a view of lovely gardens and the sea And service moves on velvet Call Mr Cal Lustig to discuss catering for your next dinner party, luncheon or reception. We put our heart into wedC ,igs anniversaries. Bar Mitzvahs. civic affairs. .scflfe. £|j& 866-5559 WHITE OPIKSTRESTAURAiyT Private Parties in the Regency Room for the pleasure or your company. Harbour House South 10275 Collins Avenue Bo! Harbour On the Ocean If you're rich and beautiful, why aren't we having an affair? It could be the perfect affair. And it should be. After all, we're talking about the most important moments in your life. Your daughter' 1 ; wedding. Your son's confirmation. The one big par'y of the season. At times like these, you deserve the Eden Roc. The fffures may come to a little more, but would you really settle for anything less? Our catering director, Charlotte Horn, is without peer on The Beach. 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Friday, March 23. 1973 •". // • &f i 4 ^ Tli ir Minn Paqe 7-A Samuel Rabinove Here For Legal C Dr. Charles Bcbcr, president of the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Committee, has SAMUEL RABINOVE announced that Samuel Rabinove, dire-tor of the le^al division in the American Jewish Committee's Department of Intel-group Relations and Social Action, will arrive n Miami Monday for a week of consultations, planning and speaking ngagements. Mr, Rabinove will speak here under the auspices of the American Jew ish ommitteo to various Soviet Jewish Emigration Continues At Some Rate W \SHINGTON (JTA) — Jewli emigration from the Soviet Unit n bound for Israel continued : t approximately the same rate ,'ui in; the first tvv*6 months of this ..car .is during 1972 when approximately 31.500 reached Israel, a well placed State Department official informed the JTA. \ln,ut 5.000 Jews emigrated durng January and February the official said. During the week ending March 3. the number was 572 which was described as average. Statistics, the official said, are received from Jewish voluntary agencies engaged in assisting the emigrants, nearly all of whom arc flown from the Soviet I'nion to Vienna where a center nearby functions as a reception area and to transport them to Israel. Non-Jewish emigration from the Soviet l ruon the official added, is %  lot on the magnitude of Jewish emigration at this time. Approximately 500 non-Jews, he said, arrive annually in the United States. Many more than that enter West Germany each year in the past few yeai s. The official thought the latter were mainly Volga Germans. Statistics were unavailable on Soviet emigrants ti other Western countries. Meanwhile, it was reported that some 300 Jewish intellectuals have appealed to U.S. Congressional leaders for help in emigrating to Israel. In an open letter to Sen Henry M, Jackson and Rep. Wilbur D. Mills, who have sponsored amendments in both houses of Congress to link East West trade to a relaxation of Soviet emigration rules, the signers stated that public opinion in the West has already been a significant factor in enabling Soviet lews io emigrate. Tell us your troublesWe listen BEST! We all have troubles, at least once in a while. You try to forget them and think of all the blessings of life instead. Things like warm sunshine in January and cool breezes and all th.good personal things each of us has ... like being part of a family... or smelling the rose in the living room vase, or holding the hand of someone who loves you. But... sometimes YOU get troubles that love can't cure. When you get money troubles, life gets rough and no one seems to care. In times like that, tell US your troubles MAYBE WE CAN HELP CALL 534-1577 or stop in YOU TALK, WE'LL LISTEN. WE'RE THE rAR NER BANK Of MIAMI BFUH 30 WASHINGTON AVINUE ^ onsultations professional and legal groups, on &f he legal aspects of affirmative .action, discrimination, goals and quotas. Judge William Gladstone, vice president of the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Committee, will be chairman for a meeting to which members of the legal profession have been invited. The American Jewish Committee has recognized that special and substantial efforts are needed to make a reality of equal opportunity commitments. But in establishing these goals and a timetable for achieving them, the. American Jo\vi


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Pa I Page*A *Je*istfk**Ba*7 EWday. March 23, 1973 ->/< There is Only One J1NCE ITS INCEPTION more than 87 years ago. tV • dynamic institution that has grown into today's multi-faceted Yeshiva University has been a unique and exciting adventure in educational innovation. Seekine to utilize the knowledge of Western civilization through the vast resources of a great American university, it also draws heavily on the 3,500-year culture of the Jewish people in an unprecedented effort to transmit this vibrant ethical and spiritual heritage. Study of original sources is the basis of the program at the five undergraduate schools, three for men and two for women. In these relatively small schools, liberal arts and sciences curriculum! are supplemented by intensive Jewish studies proTrams tailored to the backgrounds and needs of the individual student. Thus timeless values serve to guide and enrich his life, while he simultaneously acquires the skills and attitudes necessary to achieve distinction in a varietv of fields. As products of this unique education, men and women have gone on to the country's finest graduate Bchooh — more than 90 per cent of Yeshiva College alumni — and have made significant contributions in positions of professional, academic, government, and communal leadership. Campus life is enhanced by extracurricular activities publications, intercollegiate and intra1 special interest clubs, and cultural events.Ui ictice: nance thn Student ncils. Col nati %  i ry < louncils. Representation on university governing bodies and committees facilitates student participation in institutional policy-making. A variety of guidance services, both personal and occupational, is available to all undergraduates. The coeducational graduate schools offer master's, specialist's, and doctoral programs, as well as professional preparation in several fields. Among the areas of study are such general and Jewish fields as social work, medicine, mathematics, physics, chemistry, psychology, education, rabbinics, Talmud, and Near Eastern languages, literatures, and cultures. Interdisciplinary programs have been introduced, and curriculums are broadened and strengthened by the cooperation of leading educational, welfare, and health agencies. The university's New York City location provides unlimited oppor tunities for fieldwork together with manifold educational and cultural resources. The university'-; ro e as a center of research is at %  sted to by its ranking 39th among all institutions in government-supported research, as reported in a recent National Science Foundation survey. Faculty projectset %  < new knowledge in almost every area of human rnaeavor. Student participation in the research process is ofti-n encouraged. The divisions of Yeshiva University include: under graduate schools for men —Yeshiva College. Erna i College of Hebraic Studies, and James Striai General Jewish Studies; for women —SI College for Women and the Teachers Institute for Women; graduate schools and affiliates — Belfer Graduate School of Science, Bernard Revel Graduate School. Harry Fischel School for Higher Jewish Studies. Fer kauf Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sci ences, Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Sue Golding Graduate Division of Medical Sciences, Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary and the West Coast Teachers College. i. 1973 marks Dr. Samuel Belkin's 30th anniversary as president of Yeshiva University. Distinguished scholar and educator, since his election to th presidency Dr. Belkin has guided the university to its most dramatic period of growth in size and in the scope of its programs of scholarship, research and service. In the 1940's he supervised the reinforcement of existing academic facilities in order to lay the groundwork for the achievements of later years. The major share of credit may be attributed to Dr. Belkin for the founding in the 1950's of the nation's first graduate schools of medicine. the sciences, education and social work under Jewi h auspice.-, a.well as the nation's first Jewish sponsored lil era! arts college for women. With his steadfast leadership the university was able 'o launch and complete ?h< $70 million Blueprint for Expansion in the 'GO's. which brought abcut the development of unsurpassed academic and physical facilities at the university's four teaching campuses Now, as Dr. Belkin's fourth decade ..• the h Im begins, the univi rsitj is cmbarki d upon a new hirtoi c lam. the Decade of Dedication, during is is placed u] %  enl >larly n soi rce* t< meet thi rapidlj br< ad nin %  upon tmerican Jewish and oi • In The Halls of YU; World Leaders and Floridian Scholars Florida, along with nearly every oth^r state i foreign nations, has long sent its young son oi ths university. O' the more than 35 Florid de-" the Miami area 'above left to ri Elie 5 N. Bay Rd.; Harry Peters, 715 n Ave., are shown reviewing the plan %  b rsity Heritage Award Dinner hen bleau Hcle!, with Dr. Isaac Bacon, dean of the Mirsky, dean cf Stern College? for Women, a shy's board cf trustees and founder cf Stern C dorf, 5:8 W. 30th St.; Jacalyn Adier, 633 SW Linda Ehrenreich, 515 W. 28th St.; Shaii Poll JCth Ave.; Caryl Schechter, 3115 Shehdan A Debbie Seif, 1339 Flamingo Way. a the U.S.A., Ccnada Israel, and seme 23 s end daughters to ?tudy in various divisions ians currently enrolled, Yeshiva College stught) Samuel Abramson, 801 NW 175th St ; NE 178 Terr., and Abbey Berkowitz, 3 re s for the forthcoming Florida Friends of Ye3 Paul Benjcmin, April 5, at the Fontainecollege. 'Below left to right) with Prcf. David ud Max Stern, vice chairman cf the univerollege, are Miami area students Debbis Corn29th Rd., Corinne Feinstein, 9056 Bay Dr.; ack, 44.29 Post Ave.; Susan Cavell, 1790 I'E ve.; Ora Lee Gross, 3542 Flamingo Dr., and A series of events to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Dr. Samuel Belkin's presidency began on March 8 with a specie! convocation at which Israel's Prime Minis!er Mrs. Golda Meir was awarded en r.onorary Doctor c f Humane Utters degree. Mrs. Meir. who first visited the university in I9G3. whe-n she was Israel's Foreign Minister, is the mos* recent in a long list of v.or.d iecders who have been accorded honordecrees at Yeshiva University, 'above) President Bslkin • • Pnme Ministei Meir at the emotionally charged cDnferral ceremony, CJTLK; which Mr?. Meir wept as an audience of 2000 s'udents, faculty, ^.qnitaries and guasts wood in a pro.cr.g-a ovation and chanted "Am Yi.=roe: Choi. be! JW At the luncheon fo lowina the convention. Max J. ri-.ra ol the university's board o: trustees, stand ng with Mrs. Meir as sne pics-mted Dr. Belkin with a cemmemorctive volume mar.nng the 2otn tnniversary of Ihe State o' I -ael



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Friday. March 23, 1973 Vi^ +Je#i3ttrk>rkHan Page. 9-A Yeshiva University %  I FACILITIES, FACTS AND FIGURES Classroom-administration building for Stern College for Women and Teachers Institute for Women .<#• Graduate Center i^LW 'yp I Home of Ferkauf Grsdua'e School ind V/jrzv/eiler School of Social Work Midtown Ce:—'--r Main Center *M • ^i •V-i furst Hell, classl^in s* I %  ^ O' f ** 1 raal i • -Mb / • • ** .'• -vf t si is is ^m i 2^,,. '^mi LeoiScience Center for BHfer Mendel Goties Graduate School ol Liurar Original Ma Bu Iding Albert E -' %  College ol Medicine SCHOOLS AND AFFILIATES 5 undergraduate schools, 9 graduate schools and affiliates j ENROLLMENT 7.000 men and women from all parts of the United States and the provinces of Canada, recent arrivals from the > rtel Union, immigrants from Poland, students from Israel, Europe. Latin America. Asia and Africa FACULTY 1.5C0 — amon^ tiiem, the foremost scholars of this generaticn ALUMNI 1C.CO0 mcr. and women who have returned to communities throughout the United State?. Canada, and abroad to provide leadership as rabbis, teachers and administrators in lieges and day schools, as heads of Jewish organizations, i-r.d cs key leaders in many Other professional fields ACADEMIC PROGRAMS lergraduate liberal arts and Jewish studies programs; graduate curriculums r.\ the natural, social and health fences, the humanities, and Jewish and Near Eastern si RESEARCH .•;-,, research .n such fields tural sciences, p*> i sociology, medicine SERVTCE -. r %  • %  • ca 5 pati nt :ar %  with ,. %  • iidance. and in training in fields oi and edu. r %  .• %  — %  -. ,: i iatl • nd the il Mid %  %  etiens It PUBLICATIONS ... journals, pamphlets, books related to numerous MUSEUM I at the Ma'n "enter Campus, and housing the rld"s onlv collection of mcticulousl> crafted historic elated Judaica Compl te scale the third century Dura Bun %  ; .; the 19 h cenl rj Synagogue of I FLORIDA FRIENDS OF YESHIVA UNIVERSITY Cordially in\ les HtRSTAGE AWARD DINNER Hone PAUL BEMJAM1N ...... %  %  %  I denl eshiv U in ( l •' 1 Louil rothmn, Coo-din*ior 751 330S I



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Page 10-A *Jmist fk>rklforj Friday, March 23. 1973 -OVIMHI-IIHIHII,,, M —au-i iiiihiiiiiiiiiinMinmwnwiiu^. J lie rCaboi Speaks J" rotn J Ixe f^ulpit %  •MM I •riiuwai) The Sabbath Of Parah 4^AHsOp v RABBI MAX V LIPSCH1T7. Beth Tin,ili Congregation The Sabbath of Parah is one of the special Sabbaths preceding the Festival of Passover The Torah enjoins the Kn hen to sacrifice 3 red heifer for Ilie major prerequisite of be:• i unblemished and had not been broken to the yoke. The paradox of the gathered ashes of the red heifer dissolved in Rabbi I.ipschitz fresh Ui,Ul — it detiled the pure and purified the defiled. This cleanses. Legion are the examples seeming contradiction was so init this seeming paradox serutable in its nature that even Suffice it to say. that at times. Kins Solomon, in his wisdom, could there is as much truth to seeming not offer the secret meaning of I conh.(dictions than there are the this ritual. As Rashi puts it most so-callcrl iron-clad logical conclusuccinctly "it is a decree from be8 j 0n9 The ritual of the red heifer. and scholars to enhance his own i education and motivate his per sonal philanthropy, then envy be ccmes a virtue and not a vice. It i ha • purified the impure. If lid affords an individual the opportunity to become affluent and the recipient uses his affluence and substance for himself alone, then, one can truly sa> that nionev is the root of all evil However, if the affluent uses his good! fortune to the benefit of the community and his fellowman. then, money on be the root of salvation. the building of synagogues, schools. hospitals, the benefaction to Israel and Other worthy causes. Here again, the self-same "money" instead of defiling, purifies and fore me and you are not at liberty to cabil my decrees.'" Homiletically. however, you may derive some profound moral truths ti-d endows man with the unique character traits that have the po tential, on the one hand, of purifying th;' impure and. on the other band, to defile tile pure. A few illustrations may better enunciate i ( -< %  truths The (I (I given trait of jealousy cm b utilized I %  both good and evil. \ person looks with disdain and jealousy upon the good fortune of a neighbor and does not in" him the success: thi i ilj lead to hostility and sometit ieven self-hatred. On the other hand, if an indi-jp hln "" c hampion"playera vidual is envious ol someone else's scholarship or a friend's charitableSome 25 young people from ness, and will therefore employ throughout the County will be this so-called "Kin.it Soferim." honored for completing Here's namely, the envy of the scribes Help's therapeutic program. the SO-called sacred cows, are no more, but many are the challenges' that life and history offers to the individuals, institutions, and movements which simultaneously possesses the potential of defilement ami sanctification. Here's Help Inc. To Graduate 25 Here's Help. Inc.. a Florida drue rehabilitation center, will hold its 4th annual dinner dance and graduation on Saturday at the Playboj Plaza Motel. The cocktail reception preceding the 7:30 p.m. dinner will be hosted bv several Miami Do! i h^obbinical ears" its: Dr. R. Wilej Scott and Mrs. Minna Field SYNOPSIS Of THI WUKLY TORAH PORT/OH Tzav And the lord spake unto Bfoaes, saying, command Aaron and his sons, saying, this is the law of the burnt-offering t Chapters VI -VIII) SACRIFCAL DUTIES OF THE PRIESTS: The priests were charged with the duty of bringing a burnt offering on behalf of the community every morning and evening and the fire on the altar was to be kept burning continuously. Supplementary laws prescribed their sacrificial duties and the portions of the offerings they were to receive as their dues Their share of the meal sin and trespass offerings could be eaten only within the court of tl sanctuary by a priest who was ceremonially clean. Aaron from the .me he was ordained, was to bring a meal offering each PriXoT HiS h ha,r and n bchalf f *• The peace offering was the only sacrifice of which the offerer mSSSSJ^t f ,r Vided hc was •—* clean.' •NSEX RATION OF AARON AND HIS SONS In an im !" mony "eld in the court of the sanctuary, Aaron and his sons were consecrated and installed by Moses in the presence ation. After the priests had bathed. Moses dressed Aaron „ h w distinctive garments an anointed the ZESL Zt "" '"''' swe11 %  ">• altar of burnt-offering with its ones and the lave, and its base, all of which stood in the wl. ,,f h ,n ".""" ,l,1 "->'. e ""'" PO""d -he anointing oil „„„„ bead to sanctify h.m. Finally, the ordinary priests were 'heir garments and a sin-offering, burnt-offering %  ation were offered up by Moses These rites ;;,; Aaron and his sons remaining in II the period. %  Continued From Fage 4-A is proportional to the movement oi iMepsr uith.ispeoial emphasis on armor for offensive purposes. In a sense, to be sure, these movements over the Ho Chi Minn Trail are decidedly reassuring. It has been an article of faith with American left-wing thinkers that Hanoi could always win any straight political contest with Saigon, it Saigon did not have decisive U.S. military support. The troop and supply movements plainly mean one thing. and one thing only. Hanoi believeSaigon will win any such political contest, unless the odds are militarily weighted in favor ol Hanoi. THAT DOES not alter the central fact, however. The fact is that President Nixon and Dr. Henry A Kissinger have to decide what to do about these gross violations of the cease fire accord they negotiated. It is 1962 all ovei again. Here, to be sure, one must make a distinction. The North Vietnamese will not violate the cease-fire accord by just being in Laos until 90 days after the recent Laotian cease-fire. At that point they are obligated by the accord to withdraw from Laos, lock, stock and barrel as they were obligated more immediatelj by the treaty signed with Gov, Harriman Bui thai point %  he Lao' tan ccas e fin has not j 11 come. FOR THE long term, the North Vietnamese withdrawal from Laos is Hanoi's key commitment in the cease-fire accord. Maybe President Nixon is waiting for this big issue to pre "nt itself. Maybe, also, he is waiting to mike harsh (hone-. until the last of the admitted IS. prisoners have been sent home from Laos and North Vietnam. The Ugly truth still has to be faced, however that gross violations of the cease fire accord are already being committed. Secretary of State William Rogers was publicly cock-a-hoop because Hanoi's Soviet SAM-II missiles have now been removed from Khe Sanh airfield, inside South Vietnamese territory. No one but a public relations man can believe, however, that these newly introduced missiles are not still illegally present, although less v isibly present in the jungles near Khe Sanh. WORSE STILL, the troops and supplies coming down the Ho Chi Minh Trail are being pushed into South Vietnam at a high rate: and this is an undoubted violation of the cease-fire accord. Some troops and some supplies are being positioned along the border. Yet many more are being sent straight into the first, second and third corps areas of South Vietnam. This is treating the cease fire accord as no more than another 'scrap of paper." President Nixon's aid program for both Victnams is already in lee p trouble o i Capitol Hill. Obviously, he will not persist with aid for North Vietnam if the accord is being treated as a scrap of paper by Hanoi. Yet there is more that he can do than just abandon the unpopular North Vietnamese aid project. HE CAN resume U.S. bombing, by B-52's and other planes based outside South Vietnam, within the territory of South Vietnam. He can even resume the bombing and blockade of North Vietnam. This should be enough: the President has only one problem, in fact. In the U.S. Senate, esP< i tally, there are too many people who want to prove themselves right by finally losing this American war in which the I nited St ites has spent so much blood and treasure. miAm A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGATION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. CarUor^r>Bfn Arqn. • ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave. American Traditional Judaism. Rabbi J. Marshall Taxay. Canter Sol Pakowitz. 2 BETH AM (Temple". 5950 N. Kendall Dr. S. Miami. Reto-m. Rabbi Her; bert Baumgard 3 BFTH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Conservative. Haubi Irving A. We'ngart. Cantor William W. Lipson. 4 l'i itiio S : < in i iii i 'oral Was I i uti I>I r..o vi Itxvah: Ir. n. Mona, daughter of Dr. Norton Klot* and Mra. i Naomi Resnlck, Saturday '• a.m. (at ('oral \\ it \ HHIlCtUll \l 'l'/\ Mi .\ii -linilii. dauahter ol Mr and .Mri vv illlam Burkley BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave Orthodox. Rabbi H, Rothman. 5 BETH KODESH, .101 SW 12th Ave Modern Traditional. Rabti Max Sha. piro. Cantor Lecn Segai i Prida) vir, |i in mien! speaker Mi I.,'i S-'shuk. "ill ills. llss. Isl.i.l Krom Dream to Reallts a — BETH TOV (lemole). 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel. Cantnr Seymour Hir.kes. 8 Krldas si:, p.m., Rabbi Charles Rubel will have ;iins sermon topic, "Faith • l-'n'l' I'luAction." followed by %  Hies Shabbat. ISRAEL (Temple) CF GREATER Mi i ami. IV NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10 l'i Idav s i, pi I ii Joseph N'arol IUHCUHH, "Isr.i. l*s j.'.ili Anniversary ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conaarvatlvw. rtabbi i-aui j. Bender Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11 l'i lilav I "• n in Rabbi lb ml. i -. i in pli 'I'll. Power % %  Tradition Saturdav :4." am, llabbl I Pol W %  • OR OLOM iiemoleB753 SW 16h St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot Wmogr.-.J. Cantor Vriicud.i Binyaniin. -3 %  — TIFERETH ISKA^L. (=500 N Miaitl Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. 14 ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd Conservative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro. C.mtor ETOI Helfman. 16 IV s :. ill • > mi >|n I II roHpi .i llai Ml(x\ul ilauKbli i i>l Mi and Mi '" > a.i rah ol thi vv i s Hi ., M txv it Man. .vi i and Mrs Hi inl VV Ii truuh; Edward, son of .Mr and Mrs -.1 R ipi Ii HIAlttH TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E. 4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na' i than Zolondek 15 NO*fM MIAM! BETH MOSHE COrgGREGAT ION. 22,"5 NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi i Joseph Gorfmkel. Cantor Ben Zion I Kirschenbaum. 35 r'ridnv R:IS p in Rabbi florflnki I ill 111 dedicate Ihe lithographs donated • > Mr ;uiil .Mrs David Stark, MIAMl'blACH AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyi* Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever. • BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox. Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18 — BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Shmary.iliu T. Svnr. sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches 19 a BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jefj ferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi David Raab. Cartor Saul Drceh. 20 BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase Ave. Liberal Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. zy |, "', l ; l:n \'" n 111 Dr I. Cn ill speak on, 'Is ii Possible i. r, •be Sabl nth n> 11 IJvh g Tradtllon Saturdav In 1.1 :, m Bar Mii ? -' [ Kod'iBh !" s "" "' Mr ; ""' Mr Ira B !J^ TFILAHTg'rEuclid Ave Or' thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov' OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr. Or. thodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman. Cuitor Lee Radin 30 SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 54S Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31 4— CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 154244 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrob-im Groner. 32 • NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH CENTER. 1720 79th Street Causeway. N"rth Bay Vil'agConservative Rabbi Emmet Allen Frank. Cantor Murray Yavneh. 32-A AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARO CONGREGATION. 707 5th St \ jut, •>i naruri' 1 n r MI ilabmnn ZAMORA iTemni-i. 14 Zamora Ave. Conservative, Rabbi Maxwell A. Bergcr. Cantor P. Hillel Bfsimmar. 41 l '-• • l'i;-' lav i i in SUHFSIDt MOC.AN DAVID CONGREGATION, 9.14R Harding Ave. Orthcdcx. Pa*-hi Isaac O. Vine. M rOM IAUDIRDAIE BETH ISRAEL 1 Temple). M00 W Oakland Park Blvd Rabbi Akiva. Brilliant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42 EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J. Abrams. Can'or Jerome K.eme-t 43 P0MPAN0 BCACH M NW9 A tn E S,. JEWI S "~ CENTER 6 SHOLOM (Temple). i3.-> s E 1th Av ?^!' rv 5 tive Rabbi Morr A Sk PCantor Yaacov Renzer HAUANDAlt HALLANDALB JEWISH CENT'* ?."eob OuELf SChWar "' Can,or HOLLYWOOD I B B TJ1 EL L r mp,e '' 1351 s 1 4th Aye. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 49 Friday vi", p ,n i„. Jn # f .... '" "' (l1 %  1 Pred%  Hn of Mr. and Mrlul, I "" St t Oonse-rvat.ve! Rabhi Morton Valavsky, Cantor Irving Gold 4 "ri^L. ,T f m ,le i; '2d Johnson Sg2 !" J R bbi Dav.d Shapiro, Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47 • ^GR^rf !" *^ 10 HEBREWC ON.I T !, P n p ^ E v B E T H AHM. Conaervai ve, R R hh 'JJ-t 7 5 W '-"'"9 a!h "i g,on Ave orthodox.' Rabbi Dow Rozencwa g. 2 3 E TnN U EL r. ,Te, "P le '1701 Wa-hing. TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal! 5 Lehrm W an C ? n rva, J vt "-bbi Irving |".rid.n Street. HoMywcod Ra Lenrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 2" Robert Frazir, | HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pine Tree I DrOrthodox. Rabbi Alexander^ S m 25 i A!£ AN ; NELU (Branch of Hebrew agaBunAaurE J "\vN B Ar-^,,£ OHEN COMMUNITY Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H st.r Cantor Meyer^Engel. b,er £ MENORAH (Tempte;. 620 75th St ow? t r v ci „ v ,: K"" 1 5* AJUS owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. ? '." %  •\• n m Saturday 9 .-, ,„ M Mltavah: Saul, son of klr s • : %  'rand Mm Berlha Clmbfe"' moM 5100 abbi MIRAMAR ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 35th St. C? rV 4K Ve L Ri,bbi Avrom 0'"^ cantor Abraham Koater 4^ NER TAMID (Temp.e). 80th St a I Z"T C w r "v Con.e?vat" Rabbi Eugene Lahnu.t. r.: nd waVd bl Kir ne ^BrTB Pamover Seminar Members of Temp!,. Beth Tov 'nd Sisterhood were to attend ;i I Passover Beminar conducted by Mrs Charles Rubel on Thursd 0 i) m. ^rWlAAAiWV^ < v v v v > wVvvv CANOLELIGHTING TIME 9 19 ADAR 6:13 IF



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Friday, March 23. 1973 vjewist Ihridian Pog 11-A ... As • • • Max Lerner Sees It NEW YORK. NY.— You are Golda Meir. President Nixon has given a state dinner for you at the White House. You Bit there with mixed emotions, after the shattering thins that has happened. The Lihyan jetliner, blundering into Israeli aii sptieiover Sinai, forced down by Israeli pursuers wi'.h a ghastly death toil, has cast a dark shadow over Israeli prestige in the world. Yi u .ire Golds Meir. You and Israel have overcome shadows before, and you have both survived. What makes this episode more difficult is that it reverses Israel's symbolic role as target and presents her to the world as attacker. Granted that it wat not ::: nded, that it was an honest error of judgment by men bedeviled for months by far-out terrorist schemes, balanced on the trigger-hairbreadth of decision aboul how to meet another possible one. Granted that the Israelis didn't know there were anj passengers on what could have been T camouflaged plane. Tiie fact remains that in its consequences it was a whopper of i lui You are Golda Meir You are the head of a tiny state wh'ch I i%  : territory of a David but the reputation of a Goliath. You are a compassionate woman, yel there isn't a man among the %  <•: l's prime ministers who can match you in tough mindedness. You .;<• amused to be considered so formidable, but also proud of it. both as woman and Jew. lor both roles had inherited the imaje >>! softness. Your face in repose is furrowed, sad. conveying all the sor: iv "' Jewish history since the destruction of the temple. But \ he OU speak, the flash of the eve. the curl of the lip. tin ironic lone, all combine to erase the sadness, ami anyone noi v ar> iil be slashed by the razor of a no-nonsense daughter <. z. ii %'OU ARE GOLDA MEIR. In terms of the Biblical three store and ten you are deep in the evening of life, bul your Strength of mind and spirit makes you a young lioness Your life -pans the trek of a number of your generation of Israel leaders -from Russia to America to yesterday's Palestine, am i. all you have always been a pioneer. If C'haim Wei/mann an I David BiiiGurion can vie for the role of father of the Jewisl state no one can deny your role as its mother— an elemental large-boned, downright, sensible shoed mother, hewn out of the rth of three continents. You need all this earth-strength to dominate your party. I ild the disparate elements of your coalition together, remain i teerfully confidant in the face of encirclement by the Arabs irvive the hostility of the Russians. You have a difficult individualist cabinet to deal with, most 0l them either prima donnas on their own or ambitious successc is who keep track of your years and strengths You must make final decisionabout the economy and the society, about building or buying arms, about the world's most brilliant air force Bbout breaking through the diplomatic ring around Israel You have won the crucial support of the American people, without whose aircraft technology Israels dangers would become intolerable, but you must somehow continue to retain that support. IfOU \RE GOLDA MEIR. The sturdy security men can %  iard von from terrorisl assault, but not from the unremitting burdens of office. You are tired, tired, but to reporters asking how VOL. feel vou snap out a scornful. "Very well thank you. You were no. born for an easv life, have never lived one to the past nor do vou intend to scl limits on your continued political future, lesl it open the W8> to a scramble for power disruptive to the society. Despite your socialist friends in Europe, Asia ami Africa v iu can't help admiring the way President Nixon has dealt win Russi ans and helped stabilize the Middle East tensions Things are less desperate for Israel since the Russian proconsuls I f, Egvpl Understandably, Mr. Nixon had King Hussein of Jo an and Egypt's Hafiz Ismail to the White House before you, n his -Middle-Ka.-t Month." But you want a dialogue opened with Egypl and the others, -ho. line' or cool one, direct or ml u .. :,,!, ,ou can trade concession for concession in ha.d. eonicret terms, If the Americans and the Communist powers could do It, why not Israel and the Arab.-'.' YOU are Golda Meir. You know thai the biggest£•,£ Arabs can exert on the Wesl is the threat to withhold oil during no, fold under the threa, You are a woman, and deeply^hu :„,,„.! Your grea.es, pride is that with all its readiness %  £fight back, Israel has noi ..one militarist, lu.s no. become Sparta. Have you heard? Pastry Chef is Now v &&> £ M PJK '#//l\ M SahMj CAKES-BREAD-ROLLS "Btttte* Makes it Betted Publix Shopping Center LeJeune and Andalusia. Cora. Gables Phone 446-4,67 AJCommittee Asks To Guard Against Quotas Continued from Page '-A racist in that it implies that Blacks and members of other minority groups are not on par with Whites or able to compete with Hum; and this practice of selection by other m.-ans than merit is in thf Greater Miami. He also serveas president >f the American Jewish Congress' Southeast Council, is a national chairman T>f the board of America 1 aaei Hiotadrul Foundation and is ,i national vice president of the American Jewish Congress (a Federation beneficiary). Pi I idents of the Aventura Country Club include: Herman N Cantor, Joseph Glazer and Abraham Sherman. Members of the Miami Beach Golden Ring Club I recently held j i concert on behalf of the Grea i Miami Jewish Federation's 1973 CJA-IEF campaign. According to Harry Gi.lin. financial secretary, over $1.!>00 was raised for th'" campaign which represents a 35 per cent increase over the same gifts to last year's campaign. The club plans another concert March 28 on behalf t the 1973 campaign. service to those minority group members who have joined the prolessional and executive ranks on their inern and now face doubts regarding the validity of their credentials. "The American Jewish Committee has never insisted upon proportional representation nor ethnic goals for Jews. Instead, we have asked, as in our work with Miami banks, that Jews not be excluded because they are Jewish and that they be considered only on the same basis of qualification and merit applied to others," the chapter president said. The Greater Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Committee, which has 1.200 members and has served the community for more than two decades, iheadquarterecl in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Bidu Members of .he Committee and its professional staff, headed by Dr. Walter Zand. who are community-relations special ists, work together to combat bigotry ; ni discrimination in all forms, to promote civil rights and civil liberties, to strengthen Jewish life in America, to insure equal rights, security and dignity for Jews in all lands and to develop mutual understanding among America's diver-e religions, racial and ethnic groups. Ma. tie Tishler president. is the club's LOANS For Remodeling and Enlarging Homes. LOANS For Renovating Store Fronts. LOANS For Home Mortgages. LOANS For Dental and Medical Expenses. LOANS For Educational Purposes. LOANS For Automobiles. LOANS At Bank Rates. PEOPLES DOWNTOWN NATIONAL BANK 117 MM, First Avenue Miami, Florida Telephone 371*641 Member Peoples Group of National tanks of Dade Count* Leonard Usina Chairman of the (sards OHOLEI TORAH DAY SCHOOL THRIFT STORE NEEDS YOUR GOOD, USED fURNITURE, CLOTHING, APPLIANCES DISHES, POTS AND PANS, BRICA-BRAC AND WHAT HAVE YOU! fOR QUIK PICK UP CALL 759-4936 All Donations Tax Deductible ind m HOTEL DIRECTLY ON THB OCtAN 335 OCEAN DR. M.B. FLA. NEWLY DECORATED ATTENTION SEASONAL GUESTS WHY NOT BECOME A YEARLY AND SAVE? PULLMANETTES $1650 HOTEL ROOM $1500 RENT NOW OR DURING APRIL BY THE YEAR YOU PAY ONLY 1 MONTH'S SECURITY AND 1 MONTHS RENT. COSTS YOU ALMOST SAME AS FOR SEASON. YOU SAVE, ON TAXES MOVE IN NOW OR LATER. YOUR RELATIVES CAN USE IT DURING THE SUMMER. YOU CAN STORE CLOTHES ETC. THE YEAR ROUND. WE WILL RENT 30 UNITS ON THIS BASIS. 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Page 12-A +Je*lst ftci idiair Friday, March 23. 1973 NCJW Stands On Record: 80 Years Of Filling Needs Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) — after almost a year of planning — is getting ready to welcome 800 Council delegates from across the country to its 30th biennial convention which will begin Monday at the Deauville Hotel. Miami Beach. As NCJW entered its 80th anniversary celebration, Mrs. Eleanor Marvin, national president dedared: "Eighty years of Council life have been spent filling the needs of human lifetimes from one to 80. We have discovered that the prob lems don't change: only the answers do. Each generation has its own "disadvantaged" population with its own specified needs. The problems we struggle with today Although this is a recently completed survey, it can be noted that Council women began keeping their eyes on the courts in 19C0 and. by 1906 they had persuaded one municipal couit to allow a Council probation officer to take responsibility for delinquent Jewish children. Just recently in connection with their own "Justice for Children" survey, Greater Miami section's membership met to honor Oliver J. Keller, head of Florida's Division of Youth Services Department, for his work and advanced reforms in this state's progress with juvenile delinquents. The meeting was the culmination of a yearlong local survey which bi ought together Council's memfe MRS. AARON fARR National Vice President — poverty, inequality of opportun ity, the unmet needs of children, the aged, the ill. and the disadvantaged, were tlu' concerns of our grandmothers and great-grandmothers in Council as well. "1 like to think that Council, at 80. is youne. We are rich in history, wise. I hope, with experience, but forever fresh in our determination to find new ways to right the wrongs that afflict our fellow men. and especially our fellow women and children." she added Recalling that NC/sV is the oldest major Jewish women's organization in America. Mrs. Elaine Bloom. Greater Miami section president, said recently in discussing the aims of Council: "Its purpose is to seek out, study and work to solve urgent problems — to meet the needs of youth, the aging and the disadvantaged. both here in America and in Israel. From its inception Council has stood for sensitivity to human needs and democratic values, for leadership in pioneering needed services, and for training of volunteers either by ourselves or in cooperation with other groups." JUSTICE TOR CHIIDREN In 1972 NCJW initiated "Justice for Children." a national survey sparked by Council's awareness of the harsh and unconcerned treatment of juveniles in many courts, the inadequacy of rehabilitation, and the deplorable penal conditions existing at local, state, and federal levels. bcrship. local and state dignitaries, and 30 youngsters who are currently involved in one of Florida's local half-way homes or foster homes. As a result of the study. Greater Miami section is currently testifying before Florida state delega lions on their findings and advoeating several plans of action which the survey proved to be needed or changed in this state. \ Needed community service projects i are also being discussed with local and slate officials and administrators. SURVEY OF DAY CARE Windows on Day Care, a NCJW survey of day care needs and the first definitive nationwide study of | its kind, was published in April, 1972, and has been widely acclaimj ed as a truly significant contribu| tion to our country's understanding of dav care. Based on a national investigation by Council's 200 so-: ion* across the country, the final report is expected to focus the at tention of legislators and newsmakers on the urgent need for legislative reform and will pro-j vide a basis for needed community service projects. Like its predecessor. Their Daily I Bread, Council's study on the | school lunch program, it is hoped that "Windows on Day Care" will help to effect the national day i care legislation that is still critica.ly nee.led. Currently the book is used by the Federal Department i of Housing and Welfare and serves as a text for many college courses concerned with social welfare. Out of this study Greater Miami section began one of Dade County's first pilot day care centers, located at Larchmont Gardens, NW 4th enue and 84th Street, and in June will help open another one in i conjunction with the YMHA. Mrs. Audrey Goldstein has served as Greater Miami sections child care chairman for the past several Going back in t:me. it can be noted that Council's work in dav care actually began in the 1890s. when immigrant mothers were taught the best ways to work n their children, just as disadvantaged women are being taught today in such programs as "Head Start." whose national curriculum is based on Council models established in many local communities. Here in Miami. Council women meet and work with residents at Larchmont Gardens, located in the Little River area. This completely integrated public housing project is attempting to co-exist despite differences of color and national origin, and Council's ultimate goal is lo help these residents to help themselves and to resolve their own community problems. Mrs. Miriam Goldberg serves as chairman of this local NCJW community project. TUTORIAL PROGRAM Greater Miami section, in addition to its interest in preschool children and day care centers, also is involved in the Dade County, schools through its tutorial and cultural progams. known as TAC. in an effort to preserve the public educational system in which Council belie ?s. volunteers work with students on a one-to-one ba-is in remedial reading, languaL.'. and math. Tuioring is under il; ~.i pcrvision of %  <•!. • i ; irsonnet and volunteers are req lired to spend a minimum of two hours a week in h.iol. Betty Greenspan and Mrs. Sharon Socol serve as ehairm-r this program Council volunteers also aid the the Dade County hearing ban licapped program by assisting teachers at Aj-cola Lakes Elera tarp School. Hearing handicap chairman for dreater Miami section is Mrs. Ronnie Frombcrg. 'ees to youth plays a large part of Greater Miami section's to tal program and serving the visually handicapped is another Coun-, cil commitment. Under the leadership of Mrs. Betty Epstein. Mrs. Joanne Wallis. and Mrs. Jacquel me Cohen, the visual aid program transcribes and binds Braille books for all the visually handicapped students in the Dade County schools. Council also helps to maintain a Braille Resource Library, located at the Dade County Textbook Depository Building. 2210 SW 3rd St. The newest project which services the blind is tape recording and Greater Miami section is now actively involved in this pilot project.' AIRS. fARL MARVIN Notional President of Mrs. Florence Alberts. Greater Miami section's executive director, provides technical assistance ti the foreign-born, makes possible family reunions with relatives from the Soviet I'nion and the world over, and helps prepare those desiring citizenship, and welcomes :-> M citizen* at ^:i naturalization and court procei ding • S< n the velunl •. n and imn : -iition 'rvice ( hairman ;Mrs. F. >r ni %  • Kassal WOMEN'S JOfl CORPS Nationally and locally NCJW has joined with women from Protestant Catholic and black organizations to form Women in Community Services, known as WICS. to recruit young adults between the ages of 17 to 21 for the Women's Job Corps under contract to the U.S. Government. More than just recruiters, WICS volunteers have been reclaimers of young lives through scores of supplementary programs. "The girl we help today in WICS is not so different from the girl we helped in the early days at Ellis Island," observes Mrs. Elea nor Marvin, NCJW national president "She. too. is a kind of alien in our society who needs sympathy, a sense of security, a chance for a better self-image." Mrs. Martha Myers, a past president cf Greater Miami section and currently honorary national vice president, is a past national presi dent of W ICS. Council's local WICS chairman is Mrs. Anne Friedber" SERVICE TO AGED In America todaj t.ie •>' ler years are oft<:: empty y in 1946 NCJW began to change ['is pi %  •••with the first nationwide network of Golden \ [i In the '60s Council helped older p i to come out of retirement by becoming volunteer.; in un lerstaffed community agencies. The I" S. Congress modeled its Retired Senior Volunteer Personi aSVP) project after this ongoing NCJW program. Council today is involved with the in r a iingly critical problems of the elderly in housing, transport ion. health, and poverty. In Miami, Greater Miami section provides many services !. i's senior citizens. At Dougla> Gardens, Jewish Home for the Aged and the Hebrew Home fo.the Aged of Miami Beach. Council volunteers help to provide entertainment and recreation, serve a; a :r:nd!y visitor, and aid in letter-writing and shopping Counn >unc I mi mbers hip i • • o r % % %  i '• %  l it the Confer n Soviet Jewry. In Ii ael I >day more than 5 cenl ichool poulatl >n c ir ; from cu.tura ly and educati< tall disad' uitag.".'. hom n s. There! Couni 1 (.ncentrates its | on dev< loping teaching techn qu is .-.. thai thes youngsters may become cart of the mainstream .f Israeli l:fe as quickly as possible The NCJW Center for Research in Educa' in f the Di advanl igi .t work (lev-loping innovative pducrtional programs which •' l benefit the cuIturalK deprived a Isiael and ultimately in the L'nil St. ei el the Hi brew U"'r*ity High School, the prac'ice teaching center and demonstration school for the John Dwey High School %  Education. This school, because •>•' I'ouncil'-; financial assistance, has developed into the foremost Israeli institution for training teachers and scttin; educational star.J ards. EDUCATIONJt MATERIALS Council sections throughout the country s.-n l educational materials and toys to preschool children i Israel though its "Ship-A-BoJ program. Package* are sent to rael's Ministry cf Education an 1 Ministry of Social Welfare for distribution in kindergartens, school-, and other children's installations i:i Israel. Providing natuwr.lzation and im migration service in Miami todav continues to be one of Greater Mi ami section's major concerns. As the local cooperating agencv for United Hias Service, this program, helped financially by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, transacts all immigration and search matters in the Miami Jewish community, including Cuban airlift cases. • agency, under the direction SOCIAl ACTION In the local, national and international forums where decisions sre made, Cmncil women have testified before legislators on day cat i and medicare, the Middle Fast -• %  -I southeast Asia, civil rights an i campus unre.it. On the state level. NCJW leg;, 1 l 1 at,v mmittees are the togs .1 local government and the spokesmen for Council's concerns j m educational and social service. Council volunteers stand up to be counted on such issues as abor| tion reform, consumer Detection and sex education. Social action chairman for Greater Miami secj tion is Mrs. Anna Mae Ross I Council aLo is a leader in the For children who have never olayed with toys or seen a !>>ok. the Ship a Box gif | can spur the first import ant steps for knowledge and desire to learn. To the tcar-her and cial worker this ma'erial is a vi tal educational tool in working ;'•" the disadvantaged child. Through the cooperation of the Bureau uf Jeyi.h Education, the children of Jewish religious school; in Dade County aid the Greater Miami section by contributing gifts '• toe Ship-A-Box program a'. Chanukah. Mrs. Myra Farr. Greater Mia:': U iiboard member and pas! sident. gee es as national rice president of NCJW. Mrs. E\ p oh"n. past section preside served as a memoer of this year's national nominating committc i, Serving as national board mem l" I from Miami are Mrs. Dorothy Oppenheim and Mrs Reva Wexler. who is also convention chairman f>r Councils 30th b:?nnial mee'.ing. -•!



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Page 14-A *Jenisli thrkH&n Friday. March 23. 1973 nm m mm By: HASKELL COHEN Athletes From 20 States Apply For U.S. Team (< %  ). ii>T:i Jewish Telegraphic Agency) %  THE FIRST 165 athletes to apply for consideration by the U.S. Committee Sports for Israel, Inc., for selection to the 1973 U.S. Maccabiah Team which will compete in Israel July 9 to 19, come from 2o states throughout the nation. New York leads with 47 applicants, followed by so from California. 19 from New Jersey. 10 from Ohio and eight from Pennsylvania. Maryland accounts for seven applications and Florida for six. Massachusetts Michigan and Missouri are represented by five each '.inc! there are four applicants from both Illinois and Kentucky. Arizona and Texas each have two and there i>. to dale, one applicant from Maine. Mississippi Hhode Island and Tennessee. "Of course," said Nat Holman, president of the U.S. Commit tee, the traditional sponsor of the aVMP*Maecabiah efflpWsfcre states will be heard from soon and the national distribution will undoubtedly be very different within the next 60 clays as we draw closer to the selection of athletes." Bulletin posters inviting American Jewish athletes to apply, are being mailed to every college, Jewish Community Ceni.'i. YM-YaWiHA and similar institutions in the country. Mr. Holman explained. The preliminary analysis of our first group of applications is most encouraging, since it shows thai we are reaching out lo the entire nation and Jewish athletes are responding with cnthuBan," concluded Mr. Holman. whose "reflrement" is occupied very much by bis duties as president ol the U.S. Committee Sports for Israel. Inc.. which has its national headquarters at Suite 5:5. Slatler Hilton Mote:. 38rd Street and 7th Avenue, New York, NY. 10001. CAPITAL COMMENT By JOSEPH P0LAK0FF Congressional Record Carries Hebrew Tributes ANfE Oil TWICE \ YKAR. the Congressional Record —ihe pro dings and ites of our nss carries words or a sentence in Hebrew letters • texts Ac ording to Raymond Noyes, clerk oi the record who has been responsible for us its tor 20 years, the Governmenl Printing Ofonts ol Hebrew type and of othei languages bul I I non-English in the ecoi 'frowned upon" except when in prayers On< i ison, he said is the absence of proff readers v ho < Bok Review Seymo ur B I iehnum Jews, Jesus And The Silent Ones CAMUEL SANDMEL 18 A professor of Bible at Hebrew Union College and author of We Jews sad Jesus iOxford University Press, si 08). The book is slightly reminiscent ol his 1956 work, "A Jewish Understandin'.' of the New Testvment." EMs new book must be compared with Wilson's "The Execution of Jesus'' which achieves what Sandmel set as his goal and did nol attain. The account of and the myths surrounding Jesus' death, which the au&or mentions only in passing, is more important for a Jewish understanding than an enumeration of the numerous contradictions in the gospels and a critique of Renan. Schweitzer, Klausner and others. His failure to supply the Christian answers to the very questions that he poses is disappointing. Among these questions that we assume that Sandmel put to his Christian friends sre, "Why should we Jews be blamed for the death of Jesus since the death was for universal benefit and if Jesus knew of the events in advance which wen paii -f .Divini schedule, why blame men for acting out the preordained role?" Imel tends to be tautological and almosl apoli getic to Christians because of his opinions. Roosevelt and Churchill did nothing to save as shown bj Henrj Feingold and others, why the author soughl to exculpate them is enigmatic. Frederick Heer, Ihe noted German Protestant historian wrote in his "God's First Love" that "no one wanted the Jews" during the Hitler era. The Voices of the Silent by Cornelia Gerstenmaier, translated from the Germon by Susan Becker (Hari Publishing Co., $2.96) is an authentic account of the existence of intellectual defiance lo Russian suppression within Russia. The author believes that Russian intellectuals have a pro-Jewish attitude only because they regard anti-Semitism as cultural backwardness. Anti Semitism is currently disguised as anti-Zionism. While the thrust of the book is to prove the covert as well as open criticism of Russian life, she uses the cases of Jews and incidents such as the public recital of Babi-Yar as illustrations of the lack oi elementary freedoms that prevail under Soviet leadership. The trial of Boris Kochubievsky in 1969 showed "an anti-Semitism that would seem excessive in the Middle Ages." Boris had made a public dtmonstration against the one-sided Soviet condemnation of Israel as the J. ressor in the >ix !>..> War He and his non-Jewish wife ha.I also applied for exit visas tor Israel. They were accused of Zionism. He was sentenced to three .•ears in a concentration camp but after l'. years Ihe) were permitted to leave. The author makes the point thai the Rus-ians are losing confidence in their regime and that the Six-Da) W.,i was 'lie beginning of Zionism in contemporary Russia. DATELINE ISRAEL By CARL ALPER7 The Puzzle Of Uri And Udi •THIS IS THE STORY of two young men, both •ihra sons of Kibbutz Gan Shmuel. Both were bright boys, both wen i h the kibbutz educational system, both serve! • n the Israel Vrmy with distinction. Fate brought both of them to the Syrian I the author mentions only in | the similarity ends. Uri Han was 20 years old when | in December of 191)4 he was •f a group of five Isra ill soldiers who crossed the Syrian border one I night, engaged on a security mis. sion. All of them were captured and thrown into a Damascus prison There, for weeks on end. they were submitted to gruelling inquisition and torture, seeking to extract from them all possible information about Israel's military affair--, five weeks later young Uri could no longer stand the torture. He wrote several small notes on tiny scraps of paper and stuffed these into the seams of his clothes, and the toe of his socks. He then made a rope out of material from his cell mattress, and hanged himself. On. Jan. 14. 1955 his body was returned to Israel and was buried in the Gan Shmuel cemetery with full military honors. Gen. Moshe Dayan. speaking at the graveside said that the army can not guarantee the lives of its soldiers. "It is the lives of soldiers which guarantee life to the nation." Kibbutz Gan Shmuel mourned its head hero, and one of the cultural buildings in the settlement bears Iris name. Fhud Aviv, known to all as Udi. was eight years old when he stood with his schoolmates at Uri's graveside. Udi had a great personal distinction. He was the Hrsl native grandchild of the kibbutz. Like I i !>, fore him. he went through the kibbutz school system. He .-. rved in the paratrooper unit of the army and fought in Ihe liberation of Jerusalem. Later 1'cli was characterized by one of his friends. Excellent student, energetic sportsman, a fighter soldier and known as a handsome Don Juan. But Udi was exposed to different influences. He was at an impressionable age when Aharon Cohen, the ideologist-philosopher of the Mapam political party, to which Gan Shmuel belonged, was found guilty of passing secret information to a foreign agent and sentenced to an Israel prison. Despite the verdict, many of Mapam justified Cohen. At the Haifa University Udi mingled with the extreme leftist student bodies which constantly criticized Israel, and justified even the Munich massacre. Udi got to Damascus, like his fellow kibbutznik, but his mission was different. According to evidence compiled by the Israel security authorities he went there of his own free will, male problem that fortunately does not trouble women — which might be one advantage of havin? a woman in high office. Whatever inner inadequacy may gnaw at o woman's vitals, it does not compel her to compensate by showing how tough she is. You. may cite Golda Meir in objection, but one ge the impression that her toughness is natural, rather than neurotic, besides being required bv the c reu "stances.'' • II



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Friday. Mm-ch 23 1973 +Jewish fJorkilair Paqe 15-A CJW Convention [To Open Monday < ontinued from Page IV ni the means fty which young linen in their teens can par%  pate in Council's total pro ams. p"hey will present to the conition body. Bill of Rights for ildrcn, which calls upon the icrs of this country to join Councils crusade to create a her world for tomorrow's ildren. psted in the Bill of Rights are right to a peaceful world, re from the threat of war and Imic destruction; the right of B children to enjoy equal standards of good nuitrition and health; the right to free and equal education; the right to |ec. comprehensive day care [Vices; the right to religious I'dom. extending beyond nabn;:l boundaries; the right to a pc world, free from crime and nice in our streets; the right B life enriched not divided. racial, national, and ethnic Kerences; the right to a mass pdia which educates and inrms children without exploitthem; the right to complete |ualitv between sexes; the right la clean world, free from pollu)n K Another feature nf the con^fcntion will be the celebration B Israel's Jith annivci sarv at B? "Council in Israel" luncheon Besday at 12:30 p.m. Thise attending will hear Dr. %%  aim Adler, director of the FJW's SI million innovative iter for Research in Education the Disadvantaged in Israel He is flying from Israel to the Invention to report the latesl ridings of the center at the %  threw University which is forking in close cooperation With Israel's Ministry of Education en important educational research affecting the integration of the disadvantaged into the mainstream of Israeli life. Former Atlv. Gen. Ramsey Specialties Seafood a la Basque Filet Madrilena 12:00 Noon to 12:00 P.M. 2235 S.W. 8th St. 6> ''• I Free Parking t NOSH 'N RESTAURANT & DELICATESSEN STRICTLY GLATT KOSHER Order Early for Passover PREPARED FOODS FULL LINE OF BAKERY GOODS '.670 Alton Road 672-5330 CLUB PARTY TIME is SOW at the Wonderful World at BANQUETS • PARTIES LUNCHEONS MEETINGS Fabafoas Dinini Facilitiea Prkate Areas tt Garden* American & Canton*** Menu at All Time* Aotbcotic Native Show RESTAURANT and G'AROENS US I JUS! > %  •• Of GUirstHAM PAPK iano w Awoi MRS. IRVING WtXUR National Convention Chairman Clark will be the honored guest Tuesriav evening at 8 p.m. at a special program on "Justice for Children." which will help serve as a elimination of NCJW s yeai long survey of national dimensions investigating the evils of our legal system for children caught in its web. He is expected to deal with the legal ramifications of children who are involved with the law. National elections and the adoption of national resolutions will take place Wednesday. In the morning. 500 delegates will participate in a "Workshop on Wheels," visiting the Greater Miami section's service installations in the Dade County area. The purpose of tne workshop tour is to give visiting delegates, who represent 100.000 women from across the country, information pertinent to the service projects they visit Hannah Stein. NCJW national executive director, will address the convention Wednesday evening before delegates break into small workshop groups. "Council Brings the Future in Focus" will be the topic of her delivery. On Thursday evening delegates will convene for the final banquet to hear Dr. Joachim Prinz, noted civil rights leader and past president of the American Jewish Congress Rabbi Prinz will be honored by Council with the Faith and Humanity Award, which honors a recipient for social action and service to the community. Greater Miami elected relegate! include Mis Mikki Filternick. Mrs Gladys Green. Mrs. Arline Pritcher. Mrs. Judy Gilbert. Mrs. Arline Zucker and Mrs. Doris Rich. Alternates elected include Mrs. Nanci Goldstein, Mrs. Mitel Garfield, Mrs. Florence Tamarkin. Mrs. Bea Kazan Mrs. Barbara S; heeler. Mrs. Frances Fahrer, Mrs. Mildred Welcher and Rosalie Podoll Heinrich Joins Wolf & Co. Ken Heinrich. a former city editor of the Miami News, has joined .lames C. Wolf & Co.. Inc.. as an account executive. He was a reporter for the Miami Beach Sun. ; MRS. PHiUP BLOOM Host Section President Travel ( amp For Teens At YM-YWHA This summer, the YM-YWHA of ( Greater Miami is offering young : people a "Teen Travel Camp." The six weeks program will include bike rides, exploration of Coconut Grove and observation of activities | in a ci iminal court. As part of the regular campin" | program between June 25 and Aim. 18. the "V" is making avail able a limited number of counselor-in-training positions to young people. The professional staft at the "Y camping program wiil be involved in training young people for CIT positions. Harecn Bertisch is director of youth activities at the "V" Continental TBQ Kosher Caterers •WEDDINGS • BAR M1T2VAHS • BANQUETS UNLIMITED At Your Home, Hull or Synagogue COMPLETE TAKEOUT FOODS HOME DELIVERY Call for Free Take-Our Brochure 8393 BIRD ROAD, l.:ami Phones 726-1744, 2?1 9094, 276-4031 } ROYAL HUNGARIAN IEB RESTAURANT OPEN YEAR ROUND 73! Washington Ave. Miami beach — Telephone 538-5401 Specializing in Elegant Catering for all Occasions HAROLO PONT -ind IRVIN GORDON I From Hor a" ovr to CompdeU Buffet G "J"k OPEN HCMJfl WEDDINGS If bAR MlrZWAHS RECEPTIONS OR DON an(l £ ONT Under the ..rid .uper-Lion p.m. at Brickell Hay Club. Miami's newest highrise condominium overlooking Biscayne Bay. 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"eJewisXi Floridian Miami, Florida -friday, March 23, 1973 Section B Hebrew Theological College Vice President Dinner Speaker Dr. Harold P. Smith, vice prosspeaker Wednesday nisht at the dent of Beth Jacob Congregation, ident of the Hebrew Theological Chicago university's annual LoyCollcge, Will be the principal alty Banquet at the Eden Roc Hotel honoring Harry L. Isenstein. Off. HAROLD P. SMITH Dr. Smith is a former president of th


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Fage 2-B Pjmisti ncrfifibr Friday, March 23. 1973 Century 21 Residents Will Dedicate Ambulance For Red Magen David Ke.-iclents of the Century 21 the committee which raised funds I iidoniinium in North Miami tor the ambulance, ivith Dr. Albert BtMB will dedicate an ambulance Selfman serving as cochairman. Rabbi Aaron Shapiro will be a special guest at the prosram. Mr. ("oleman said. Gerald Schwartz, past president of the Zionist Council of South Florida and public relations counsel for the American Red Magen David, also will participate. Refreshments will he served following the dedication. Hi Fi Show Opens Friday At Sheraton DAVID COUMAM %  %  people of Israel Sunday n ceremonial open to ; •". .-.i 2730 IKM St will begin outdoors. • inve into the apart \ auditoi ium rtt oi Miami -•rman for Vmeriean K<-i! Magen David. r) General Motors amul i'.' tnc aztto i %  i : i< Red Magen 1967 Six Da> War president <>i the eha| r and S! ., Miami Beach, a memI mal board of direc• the American i Di id foi Israi I at the :' on i in Vberbach is chairman of NAT 10UPUS ANTIOUE RESTORATION A SPECIALTY 1 > uc l i-up in the home-cigorette tjrns removed, upholstery repaired. 893-0679 or 861-0320 First Miami High Fidelity Musk Show opens Friday at tho Sheraton Four Ambassadors The threeday exhibition, which closes Sunday, is said to be among the mosl complete expositions of sound and music ever assembled under one Stereo and hi-fi buffs will be able to see the product lines ol 55 leading manufacturers. Large Miami retail organizations, Stereo Review magazines and radio sta rions will sponsor special exhibits A special laboratory and audio came conducted by SEH El v Service, a professional Miami audio service company, will be one of the shows features. rs will tie able, free of charge, to bring their equlpmi nt o the s,::i clinic for analysis of amplifiers and receivers by the rirm's professional audio testing %  \ i< es Teresa and Robert Roper.have een planning the exposition for hue years, with four channel mi <>f the principal high._!'.'< of the shov Lorber CARIH Dinner To Mark Its 2.1th Birthday It's the 25th birthday of the Lorber Chapter of the Children's Asthma Research institute and Hospital at Denver and members plan to celebrate with a pro-res give dinner planned for April 7 at 7:30 p.m. Cocktails will be served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rosenberg ami the balance <-f the ; meal at two other homes Chairmen are Mrs. Finest Harris and Mrs. Ralph Leidner. Pro ceeds will help support the children's home. i rladassah Group i Art Auction Set The Naomi Group of Hadaxxah will hold an art auction for the benefit of orphan children at the Kendalltown Country Club on Saturday evening. Original paintings and lithographs will he on exhibit, and a representation of Israeli art will be featured Preview will he held from 4:4?i to 8.45 p.m. followed by the auction HilM McnVChib Spring Dance On Sunday. April i at s the Men's club of the HJllel C >m munity Day School is having its soring dance at the Balmoral Hotel The evening will include music, dancing and refreshments. Program chairman is Ben Genad. Ilillel School vice president in charge of transportation. Both he and his wife are members ol tlit school's board of governors William Siegel is president of the newly formed .Men's Club Before coming down to Florida, hi was active in helping young people thi in. h his temple and scouting affiliations. Hi was very active in the B"nai B'I Miami FBI Agent Is Brotherhood Speaker Kenneth W. Whittaker. FBI agent in charge of tha Miami roi office, will speak on the work of the FBI at the regular monthij I reakfasi ol the Brotherhood ot temple Beth Sholom. on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. at the temple auditorium, according to Aaron Fan, program chairman. Mr. U'lutttaker is a native of New York, where he received his primary educatier. He was awarded his Bachelor ot Law Degree from American University in Washington. D. C. He is a member %  oi tile Bar, and ha.been admitted to practice in several states and before the Supreme Conn of the Cnited States He entered on dut> I with the FBI as a special aseni • in 1951. and served in bureau offices throughout the country, working cases in the criminal. I Communist and espionage fields. iDavid Pinski Club Plans Oiieg Shahbos ; The next Oneg Shabbos ol the David Pinski Club will be Friday at the Ida Fisher School Cafeteria. Subject ol a talk by I. Lasavin, author and lecturer, will be, "The Martyred Yiddish Poet. Pereti Markish Hilda Zucker, folk singer, accompanied bj Paul Yanovsk> on the mandolin, will entertain with a group of Yiddish and Hebrew songs Henrietta Schiu'/er of Yiddish Art Theatre, will recite Yiddish tl.issics. Pre-Paseover Meeting Young Israel Sisterhood will hold a pre Passo 1 n meeting Wednes la) I at 8.30 p m. in the temple social I hall. Mrs Zalman Kossowaky will lead a discussion on Passover followed by cooking di ot traditional Passe* ei $ bj Mrs Barn Schreibei and stuarl Gro He was designated special aaent I in charge of the Miami FBI office in June. 1970. Martin .1 Steiner is Brotherhoo pre-ident The Brotherhood sup ports the Youth Activities prograi of the Temple i Dr. I.eon Kronish is the Tei: pie's spiritual leader. Wholesale Distributors of MORIAH KOSHER POULTRY mni Processors and Exporters oi the finest U.S. Govt. Inspected KOSHER MEATS and POULTRY 1717 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami, Fla. Phone 371-1855 "Chef "calls it Ravioli BETH ISRAEL C0NGRETATI0N presents ISRAEL PASSOVER FESTIVAL ONE NIGHT ONLY! L Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the State of Israel THUR. EVE. April 19, 1973 8:15 P.M. Miami Beach Aud. Donations: $3, $4, $5, $7 Tict-ti o.c obit oi Hi '•<'!' %  Set Offxt or kr • % •f* llrwl On^rr 9gt.fi! \>>0* 40t Si MM track fi, J3I40 f* %  far.aation and -r ir'.Hoi .-.I 1 538 1251 or 861-3981 JOAMAR AYALONS OtWSALM UtAMttk Smeli /


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Friday, March 23, 1973 +Jewisti noridicur Paqe 3-B Ambassador Barmore Slated For Histadrut In Hollywood Ex-Mayor Shapiro, Daughter Slate Play At Beach School Ambassador Jacob Barmore, a | April 12 at the new Holiday Inn ranking member of Israel's per-1 in Hollywood Beach. manent delegation to the United AMBASSADOR BARMORE Nations, will be the guest speaker at the National Spring Conference of the Israel Histadrut Foundation Local Artist Is Guest Women of Mesivta High School ha\e set the annual Torah Box luncheon for Monday at noon in \\ aldman's Hotel. Sandy Goldman, local artist, will present some ot her work and speak on "Art As An Expression of Jewish Culture." Ambassador Barmore will join l>i: Sol Stein of New York, nalional president, and Dr. Leon Kronish of .Miami Beach, national chairman of the board of the Israel Histadrut Foundation, in addressing the one-day conclave. Former Israel's Minister to the UN, Ambassador Barmore has appeared in South Fiorida in behalf .if the Israel Histadrut Campaign, the United Jewish Appeal and State ot Israel Bonds. The April 12 meetings, which open with a 10 a.m. session on personal financial planning, will introduce the Israel Histadrut Foundation program to Jewry in the North Dade and South Brownrd areas, according to Moe Levin jf Miami Beach. Mr. Levin, a national vice pres ident of the Israel Histadrut 'Gamma Rays' Held Over Films opening Friday at Wometco Theatres include "The Worlds Greatest Athlete" at the Palm Springs and Twin Gables I; "Sleuth" starring Laurence Olivier at the Carib, and "Wattstax" at the Miami. "Effect of Gama Kays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds." starring Joanne Woodward, is being held over for a second week it the Byron. Purim Celebration Set Eilat Chapter of Pioneer Women will celebrate Purim at a regular meeting March 27.. 7:30 p.m. at the Washington Federal. 1234 Washington Ave. Frieda Levitan will speak on Youth Aliyah, Ida j Kavolsky will give a reading on Purim. and Regina Bailin will entertain with Yiddish. Hebrew and English songs. Veda Gruber is president An Evening Of Music And Fun... WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1972 AT TEMPLE EMANU-EL Sam Levenson Popular Humorist and Story Teller "JEWISH HUMOR" PIUS Piano Selections by Composer and Conductor SHMUEL FERSHKO 8:15 P.M. in the Main Sanctuary 1701 Washington Avenue Chairman — Judge Irving Cypen Tickets of Main Office 1701 Washington Aventii 8:15 'H '"< **** Mai" ^*n


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D — —. %  — -. %  -—a F oge 4-B vjenisf fk-ridHknr Friday. March 23, 1973 Mrs. George Goldberg Gels Sisterhood Special Award r~ Mrs. George (Sylvia) Goldberg as honored by the Temple menu-El Sisterhood Wednesday rnoon at the organization's d Anniversary Luncheon. A nc of more than part in the salute the synag i ue Mrs Goldberg, a pasi president •he Fm.>n El ---^tcihood and lead r for Hadassah and numer%  muni s caus< s, was pre with .. handsome engraved aque. ng Lehrman. rabbi ot than lined in nil I.I Mrs Goldberg. Mrs gem .1 Roberta) Wei" was Reliable 16 year old Israeli high school girl student studying in U.S.A. speaks perfect English seeks job as JUNIOR COUNCILOR In Summer Camp In North Carolina Call MA. or MRS. SCMOCNFELD at 947-0259 10 a.m.-4 p.m. i weekdays i general chairman, Mrs Benjamin %  • (Mel i Beloff. president, praisi Mrs. Weiss arid lie!numerous commltments for the success of the program. Burd ne's hoi I •' a ine ant cheese for patn in Sirkin Hall bel ire the gala luncheon in the Friedland Ball :. nn Mrs [n ing i Hazel i Cyper. was jhaii i an ol MM Temple El Playen special pla> saluting the 33rd aiinh ei sarj ol Ihi active v omt n MBSH Present Annual Concert The Miami Beach Senior High MUSK Department will prewnt itsecond annual concert at 7:30 p.m Thursday. April 12. at the Miami Beach Auditorium Featured in this concert production will be the Jazz Band. Guitar Ensemble, Concert Orchestra, A Cappella Choir, and Symphonic Bend, as well as individual soloists. Tickets are available at the school. IRVING flRTli Elks Irving Elect Firlel n u r OPEN TO THE PUBLIC _____„, M tg LEO FOR LADIES & WIN <*OTH> ^ S *\jL Health Club Spa & Solaria ^ j/\JE9''9 Personal Stitx>rvi*lon WjJ \JSmJ LEO & DOROTHY VOGELFANO and Staff Muwn 4 Phylo-Thmrmpltt FINE STI AM-SAUNA ROOMS \ %  I DIKING OTM A SWEDISH ROOT I MASSAO€SSUrsNUOCSUMATMIMO \ LOCATED ON THE tOOf OF THE CARILLON HOTEL 6*01 CfJhis Av. 145-7561 It** *+ •Wktk^t \ HOTEL announces a traditional PASSOVER SEDER conducted by CANTOR STANLEY RICH MONDAY, APRIL 16th at 6 P.M. $14.50 per person. Reservations: 531-1271 including tax and tip Mr. Newman >\iit> ol Miami Beach Safetj C n imittee he director of Temple Emanu-El, the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Friends of the H Universitj and of the Gold Coasl lodge of B'nai B'rith. Richard Bernard, an aci • was elected as esteemed lea knight and Gerald K. Schwai attorney, was named esteemed loyal knight. Advertising execu Marvin Baida was elected es teemed lecturing knight. Other officers elected were Edward Shapiro, secretary: In Weinstein. treasurer: Ernest Bern stein, teller, and David Drucker, alternate delegate. Trustees elected include Stanley Fisher, Joseph Drucker. Murr y Gilman, Louis Samuels and Harry Kleinman. Sam Bauman was named trustee emeritus. Mr Firtel, a member of the Elks here for 30 years, will be install! d April 5 at a regular lodge meeting, with an installation dinner scheduled April 8 at the Eden Roe Hotel. E OCEAN AT 44". STREET TRADITIONAL setoeRxl KOSHER SERVICES RAbfei MAVeu AfeRAMOWitZ CANCOR NiCO FCLDMAN reMpLC MGNORAh GRAND BALLROOM S22.50 1st Nite ; $19.50 2nd Nite APRIL 16-17 FOR RESERVATIONS CALL CATERING OFFICE ^4 JE 8-8811 >f| THE KOSHER Hebrew Academy Schedules Own Science Fair Tuesday More than 50 entries in theu-ed in Israel will be pro 1972 Greater Miami Hebrew Academy's own Science Fair will be exhibited ruesdaj night dui ing the Hebrew A,. denij PTA me ling 1 hi on free and open 1 1 the pul at. d at 8 p.m. in the audi : • M ami Beach school. 2400 Pine Tree Dr. Students from Louis Merwitzer Mesivta I ol and %  1 ind Marj haus High S for Girls ilso look 1 1 I Mrs Leonard Gritz, PTA pres• said the 1 I v i in n\e Hebr \ ta 1 County You Fair earlier this month. The school was 1 five entries, each winning recognition. Mrs Gritz said a special tour • the science laboratories and i< nee equipment in the new witzer Building will be given [h isi attending the PTA mei I ing, oil ^ckn< 1. ch lirman of the \, ..c 1 •: %  • ien • %  depart iii-nt. and Rabl Vlexandi 5 will ace guided tour. '•• iss sa man} 1 I • \ I iq 11 Dr Jaffe in Dialogue Dr. Sai ler Tempi in a panel d 'A Protes Jewish 1 >-.i".' with R(t Caxton D igg Melrose Park United Methi 1: He-. Lewis Golder, Chris n Church, and Rabbi \rAbrams, Temple Emanu-El, Laudcrdale, Sunday over Ch. Horizons of Faith" at 9:30 a m for the Academy durinf 74 academic year, KABSI ALEXANOtR GROSS KOSHER DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 'Reserve Now For PASSOVER I Sedunm S Synagogue Services Conducted By Cantor 1AC0B iEROSOLIMSKY daily pa.wion dgut e occ. Mi8 to Apr. IS • 15 oi 150 ream INCLUDING 3 GLATT KOSHER MELS NOW OPEN Make Your Reservations Now For Passover Holidays ROYAL PALM Hotel DINING ROOM Now Open KOSHER CUISINE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 3 00 *o 7 00 p m D.i 1S45 Collins Avenue Raiai.oi.oni Suggeited S3I-73II Your Hasten Mi>i Dean 1 rd & Heater NOW OPEN ALL YEAR HOTEL MAKE THE CORONET HOTEL YOUR HOME FOR YEAR ROUND 1 IVINP IM Bloc. 0, MM 0.,mp„ Pool Gardened „,„ W V^ M HSh pilltefat* %  TO PLEASE YOU. MASHGIACH ON *££ ^M SSlM IMS lEuS*" RESERVE NOW FOR THE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS Services Conducted by Can", 5 98 per week, per pan double occupancy Beg. Mor. IS INCLUDING PASSOVER Marl. Stay 8 Weeks Other Packages Avail. INCLUDING GLATT KOSHER MEALS •20 of 180 rooms GUARANTEED YEARLY RATES No Advance in Rates $ 0 n 5" "•"'• '" "*" L J double occupancy W %J MONTHLY RATES Including Glatt Koihei Mtali Daily *20 of 180 roorrii DAILY RATE '16 MIAMI BFACH305-531-0761 ON THE OC EAN 20m to 2lst SlKEETS, MIAMI BEACH daily pet person oouble occ to Apr. IS INCLUDING GLATT KOSHER MEALS •20 of 180 rooms THEODORE WOLF in honor of Passover. i& ProJucedunrJerstrlctP^bb.Pir^.evie^ Certifica|e on r equest



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Friday. March 23. 1973 kwist fhjv ScHicsn Paqe 5-3 Cedars Of Lebanon Plans Benefit Art Show, Sale Twi ntj three Florida artists ai .1 sculptors have been invited to exhibit their work at ;< benefit an show and bale sponsored by the e lars of Lebanon Health Care Center Auxiliary. A reception and prevue will he held on March 28 at the new Wesl Chester Branch of the Flagler Federal, Coral Way and 87th Ave., to open the .-how. Mrs. Byron Sparber, president of the Cedars Auxiliary, has named June A. Fried coordinator %  f art sales These were inaugurated v Ith on. man exhibits byShirley i. Green, Ethel Hlake and Greta Carmen at the Cedars Gal ery, 1321 \.\v. 14th St. Exhibitors and participating ertists include: Eva Berman, Ethel Blake, Ronni Bogaev, Dorothy %  a Greta Carmen, Iris Cutii r, Irlej i Green. '• arvelle Kaplan, Audrej Komrad, Margaret Le I ranc Lillian Mirrup. Edith Kaihan. Rolfe N'yberg, .lie Ruffo. lex .:. %  ..! Schoninger, J. Andrew S nub. Irving Spiegel, Thomas 5 rickland, Jui ith Sz irama Marion Smith, Muriel Turoff. Ken Uyi • ura and Rcyna Youngorman, Cooperation i-. being extended t ) the benefit exhibit by the la Chapter ••< Artists Equit) Association, headed by sculptor Herman Fisher. tesses at the reception will include Judy Schild. Bette P.ubini and Mrs. Doran Zinner. Proceeds of art sales help i* building program to pro vidi 50 inpatient bed-, additional research and eductional buildings, and new treatim nt and diagnostic facilities. Council Of Federation., Holds Quarterly Meeting Major concerns and responsibilities faced by Jewish communities large and small are the focus of more than ISO Jewish communal leaders and Federation executives rt the quarterly board and committee meetings of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds (CJF>. at the Waldorf-*s-| lor Hotel ; n New York City. The four clay conference ends Sunday. Delegates from more than 65 communities throughout the United < Stati and Canada are participating in numerous meetings dealing with priority issues and commit mi nts a! home, nationally, overeas and in Israel, Monthly Recital Slated The Miami Beach Community sir rs will hold its monthly social en Saturday, at the Wash ington Federal, i~i4 Washii Ave.. at 8 p.m. COOK-HOUSEKEEPER KOSHER Experierr *et invalid cart one household, um I owrtr's d Lxo?llent references. N' prefer Miami Beach. CM fcv %  CARR 573-4632 ft %  • ,J| Paintings and Graphics ROSEMARIE HAHN March 19-April 6, 1973 Weekdays 9 a.m. to 8:30 p m. l-l..„..„„„ j,„ BACARDI ART GALLERY IOC B tcaynt 8 '6.. Miami, Flo-aa. Call 444-9831 for reservations NOW THRU SUN., APRIL 1 Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel of Temple Beth Moshe holds the first of a group of 30 lithographs of limited edition by the Soviet Jewish artisl Anatoli Kaplan which will be dedicated at the temple during service Friday evening. The lithographs were donated by Mr. and Mrs. David Stark. Or Olom Games Night Temple Or Olom Is holding its annual Las Vegas games night March ;;i Paul Diamond. TV per%  i 'i,:il,'.v will be host for the evening. Now Showing Daily Continuous Performance from 1 P.M. New Show Every Friday LEON SCHACTERS On Stage in Person Music, Comedy, Singing & Dancing THREE BIG HOURS Or ENTERTAINMENT PLUS A FEATURE HIM ATTRACTION DAILY EARLY BIRD MATINEES T'tl 3 P.M. Phone 531-6202 CINEMA WASHINGTON AVENUE 13 Street ORSON BEAN in PROMISES, PROMISES l>\ Neil Simon & Burl Bacliurach COMING NEXT Tin's., Apr. 3-Siin.. Apr. 15 EVA MARIE SAINT in SUMMER AND SMOKE Wometco Theatres 163 ? St.l !" N 2 ANTHONY QUINN\ YAPHET KOTTO I ACROSS) | IKTSTREET For group sales only, call 445-2584. B'Mr. Pridirmanre ••> liedule ai>d [Hire* Tuetday. Wednesday. Thurday Sunday evening •! 8:30. and Saturday Matinee a 2:00: i )n hpsii.i 57 50. o 50, 3 SO Mr/ramnc S7 50.6.50.5.50. 4 50 r nday and Saturday evening* al8:30: Ouliestia SB.50.7 5tl ft SO MeuamiM 58 50.7 50.6-50 5."•' A SMASH HIT WORLDWIDE! The exciting, unforgettable singing, dancing and comedy of modern Israel. Former members of Israeli Army Entertainment Units RAVE REVUES N.Y..CHICAGO AND LA. AIR CONDITIONED COMFORT Special discounts for groups NOW IN MIAMI BEACH LIVE-ON STAGE Tl/ES, THRU SUN. EVE. 8:30 P.M. WED. A..SAT. MAT 2 P.M. Box office: 426 Lincoln Road Mall / Miami Beach Tel: 531-6817 TICKETS ALSO AVAILABLE: JORDAN MARSH STORES. ALLEGRO MUSIC. CORAL GABLES. DOWNTOWN TICKET AGENCY, MIAMI -HiMB rapiil Wednesday Matinee CM lii'lra:S6 50.5 50. M(V/.IIIIMC: <6 50.5.50 at 2 00: 4 511 4.50.3.50 4l^iffii wmtm I %  % %  %  -' %  I rf v r^ JOANNE WOOOWARO "THEEFFECT OF GAMMA RAYS ON MAN-IN-THE-MCON IhePairl Newman Production 91 tr.e W71 Pulitzer Prize •% m ,play 3500 Mam Highly. Miami, Florida 33133 NOW... Clear Borscht or with beets! <&>T Manischewjtz FOR PASSOVER BORSCHT Produced under itiict IbbbMcjt stiptrvls'on. Cwlifictlt w 'MM NOMINATED FOR AN ACADEMY AWARD "BEST FOREIGN FIL-Y*" The unanimous hit of the 1972 Cannes Film Festival-An Israeli love story you will never forget. ISRAEL'S I LOVE %  r>. %  •; .' ;-.' %  .. A Menah Presented by Pel" %  I n*er i i %  by Moshe Mizrahi ( I H.OK NOW SHOW5NG :. J sss y



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PageM *!<& HerMitr Friday. Match 23, 1973 Happenings M.B. Hadassah Groups Plan Musical Celebrations Temple Beth David held its featured a soft pi -rated skirt. The annual patron's dinner dance i Charles Rosenberg-, were not to Saturday evening in Spector Hall be missed • Cynthia in silver This was their 60th anniversary f" d "** %  chiffon wi h os,rich „-„^„j .. i L lea.ured trim arour.d the hemiine >ar and your columnist began Vihich dippcd ow jn the back Sunday School there in 1931 so there were naturally manyfamiliar faces. The Seymour Friends spotted luring the cocktail hour — Shirley in a hand crocheted blush pink Herschcl Rjsenthal is president. own with lattice work sleeves and his Marjorie looked iovelv in Claire and She,dcn G Mllls •" l u..u u ts I.I. .' ln calusa coral and silver with a biack chifion gown with sheer 0rienl;i trim Loij and Enio .•nserted raplan sleeves. Gussie Gordon her gown featured a Margulies. who lias been a Beth -old bodice with an abstract print! David fixture for manv vears %  "' ; '" R,ense '"hades of gold and those a voile mint green 'gown ? ran f e Qui,c a f ?' of th e Spt clor | ttl h h ,. family present, but only got a with white applique around the shanC( lo see l^-.h and Julie and wa:-t. .Mary and Phil Schiff were h< v in ., champagne and gold mix.:.. ... the crowd she in : in the Oriental styl -acfull evening pants and antl D 1;r are another a matching in satin r hov '' : tn David < %  i .in. u:u %  r r> %  Her gown % % % %  s in • fl be ze si k freed -.., Hilda, wife of Rabbi .,-,, msitchil BCCCI f ted n Irving Wemgarten, wore a clear gold and coral. A black sm', white green chiffon with white pin dots the choice scattered ovei lai sleeve trim >ai y Mrs Artie) Kravitz. A black and full s in .-.. Sol Landau siik '"'-' v •" %  ner a ent for the >abri( came in from |"j •'" '''' -" un :. .i study r siik ey gown was in ed shades pink oi te .... I ie velvet Saw Dr. Ii Lt buiga %  Bet j .. ... %  : .. t till bill : ted I Ike Sei %  •n % %  .. ., The pii r's were comen of th an.! Helen aile the two-piece handhot pmk gown which she wore. SpotUJ Judge Al and Ruth Dubbin on the nar.ee fioor her gm was in black antl while with ion* sleeves. Lottie .Dr. Nat!. Glove: wore a turquoise and silver lame gown with a vest in gold and coral. Her sleeves were long and full ur.ri the ensemble was banded in black and silver — most interesting. Diane (Mrs. Richard) Bailey was in a white silk jersey gown with a matching hip length jacket. She is president of Sisterhood. Clarice and Sam Badanes are another couple who put in many long hours for Beth David. Her gown and matching coat were in cerise silk and her neckline was heavily jeweled in silver. Dotty aad. Sy Keith always make a %  Hiking couple, for this event she •hose a white chiffon with the aheer dolman sleeve, a high jew•led neckline and a touch of satin at the waist. Carol and Buddy (Dr. Jfcrton) Getz were really moving j tile dance fioor. Her emerald I white abstract printed gown / Judge Constantinc P. Lantz, recently appointed to the Committee on Court Administration and Rules, announced that a public forum will be held Wednesday. March 28, at 7:30 p.m. at CTA Towers, 1809 Brickell Ave. Appointed by American Judges' Association (AJA) president Joseph A. Zingales. Judge Lantz. senior municipal judge, city of South Miami, was initially selected to serve on the Administration of Rules Committee because of his interest and involvement in the recent Florida judicial reform. it %  £ ft The board of directors of the Coral Gables First National Bank, has elected George D. Bensabat president of the bank Bensabat was formerly executive vice president. He is a member of the International Center. Dade County Banker's Assn. :ind the Coral Reef Vacht Club. Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah Group meetings on the follow| ing dates. Southgate Group will present a musical festival on Sunday at the Hibiscus Auditorium. 10th and Alton Rd.. at 7:30 p.m.. 'o benefit Youth Aliyah. Dolly Kramer and | Nata I'tal are producing and directing an original .'kit. and there will be dancing to a live orchestra. Tickets will be available at the door. Ml. Scopus Group will have its Youth Aliyah luncheon on Monday, at noon, at the Imperial House. A musical program with i Mrs. Fred Abrams and Benson Keats will highlight the afternoon. Mrs. Clarence Frecdman will preside. Israeli Group will have its Youth Aliyah iuncheon at the Algiers Hotel on Monday, at noon. Miss Catherine Russell will be guest | soloist accompanied by Aida Yas'o. Mrs. Esther Meyer will preside. Stephen S. Wise Group will have its Youth Aliyah luncheon at the I Eden Roc Cotillion Room on \V. : ..'. noon. Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg w ill be guest speaker. Entertainment by accordionist and song stylist I.ila Savittt. Mrs. Aida Yasio is program chairman and Mrs. Harry Cohen will be chairman ol the day. Herzl Group will have its Youth Aliyah luncheon and show at the Carillon Hotel, on Wednesday, at j noon. Rose Zeigmund is in charge of reservations. B.B. Coral Gables Donor Luncheon R'nai B'rith Women. Coral Gablt-s Chapter, is celebrating its 25th anniversary at its annual donor luncheon to be held in the NewCoconut Grove Hotel March 27. The procrrm will also be a salute to Israel 25. Jerry Miller a past president of K'nai B'rith Coral Gables Lodge. will install Mrs Herb Schurowitz as president of the chapter. 44 we cook it for hours... so you don't have to. fcHlglftffl SOUP Manisctiewitz FOR PASSOVER Produced under strict Rabbinical supervision. Certificate on request. -: Come to Israel, And spend the holiday where everyone will be celebrating The temples will be full. And after temple, every one will get together in houses and on kibbutzim. In the hotels. In fact, even in the streets. And you'll be welcome to join them. But first, you'll have to get there. Which is where we come in. We've got more nonstop flights to Tel Aviv than any other airline does. And duringPassover,we'llevenbe serving matzot and matza balls soup on EL AL flights. Just call us, or your trav* el agent. And find out how it feels to celebrate with the biggest Jewish family in the world. The Airline of Israel For more information contact your travel agent or El Al Israel Airlines 1602 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Fla. 33139 (305) 532-5111



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Friday, March 23. 1973 •iwWflf/#tei? Page 7-B JBarbara Bolker Joseph Weiss Wed March 4 Pr. and Mrs. Abraham Bolker of Miami have announced the mar riage of their daughter Barbara li;ith to Joseph Herman Weiss on Sunday, March 4. The bridegroom i the son of Mrs. Jean Weiss of l Angeles, and the late Morris piss new Mrs. Weiss earned a 1 : A in accounting from the Uni• •••. of Miami. Her husband graduated, cum laude, with a BA 'm history from UCLA. He is a i member of Phi Beta Kappa FraI (entity. Both Mr. and Mrs. Weiss work for the Government in Washing ton. she as an auditor, he as an analyst, On their return from a honey moon in Jamaica, the couple wi livi in Alexandria. Va. Sam Levenson Performs Wednesday At Emanu-El Sam Levenson, the school But he reported that a limited teacher who vaulted to national number of reserved and general fame with jokes about his former admission seats are available. They profession, will be the guest at ; may be purchased at the Temple *rVmp!e Emanu-El Wednesday office, or at the door Wednesday • ht in the closing event of the night. ..mi Beach congregation's 1973 %  .-um Series. Hebrew Academy Women Schedule Fashion Show Mr. Levenson will not only dis_ the current state of Je\\i>h ..mor. but also will give a fulliedged performance, according to Judge Irving Cypen. chairman of the forum committee and vice (resident of the synagogue. Dr. Irving Lehrman. rahbi of'.. ~ ~. r „ Temple Emanu-El and coordinator i An Lvt'IHIl" Ot run ltVS^ 0 V u £n d r : B !" %  *"•' -*" Levenson s presentation. P' annin S "An Evening of Fun" featuring fashions by Richards and entertainment by Pear: Williams on Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Balmoral Hotel. Ticket chairmen for the function are Ina Justin. Robin Garman and Sandi Nirenber Rene Sanchez of Bal Harbour will present a complete fashion show March 27 -it the Hebrew Academy Women's annual Hunan and Brick Luncheon. The $25-a plate function is scheduled for the Eden Roc Hotel. Mrs. George (Dorita) Felden kreis, chairman of the luncheon, j said the Sanchez shop will display new summer clothing for both casual and formal occasions. Mrs. Bernard Edelstein, Mrs. I Henry Stern and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro have been designated as cochairmen by Mrs. Leonard ^dler, president of the women's auxiliary of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the South's largest Hebrew day school, will be the guest speaker at the luncheon whiefa will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Hebrew Academy. Charter members and past presidents of the Hebrew Academy Women will receive special recognition at the March 27 event, Mrs. I' Idenkreis said. Reservations for the luncheon may be made at the Hebrew Academy. Miami Beach, or with any committee member. JoAiin Satm Miami Dad • and is n iw wot ki ig %  : %  a BA in histor) at the I >• tj c' F i ida. %  r i degree in lolog; ; Univei (ity i I Kansa a master 61 sci nee n i he i Iniver ity of I Delaware ; i) is curn ntlj worl I ar Is PhD It itomolog; al the Uni versitj I lorida. He is a member i Alpha Epsilon l'i Fraternity. The couple will be united in m; rriage on June 10. Well Known Cantor Seeking Yearly Position Held lorgp positions up north. Prcs ntly with Congregation in Mian. ana. QvalifSw! 2,:r & la; Mitivah. :: ox 2973 Miami, Fla. WITHOUT CAFFEIN ^88:8,000 SALtS AHD SMV1CF NftMnrm' 9 KM. mchoir Intipa'ikr I Cbatiiiefitrt r*-rt RESTAURANT 5055(.ollin(


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Paga Fage 2-B Paq 8-B *Jcn ist Ikridfiam Ml. Sinai Medical Center's! Annual Founders Dinner Mounl Sinai Medical Center's annual founders dinner-dance ctl o\ i 425 community workers al the D. 1 imat Hotel Saturday night il.i evening of entertainment and gourmet dining. Founders are men and women who have supported the develop n p 11 Mount Sinai Medical Center through individual contributions of S50.000 or more. blighting this year's black tie affair was the presentation of plaques to 30 new members of the club who had previously announced their membership. In addition. 12 new founders were announced dur-l ing the ceremonies. Presentations were made by president of the found "'. ji.i.in:i'i Kline: president of the medical center, Samuel [ i-.' |] md; and past presidents of the flinders. Leonard Wien, Paul F.I-I. and Edward Shapiro. Dinner-dunce committee chairmen were Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Gumenick. assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shapiro and Mr. and Mrs. Lew is Rosenstiel. The annual founders dinnerdance pre. ides the medical center's board ol trustees with the oppor'unity i give public recognition to membe.s ol this organization. Ncnhnn Gumenick, Mrs. Somue! Gertner, Mrs. Gumenick and Mr. Gerlner, executive vice president of Mount Sinai Medical Center, at the annual Founders dinner-dance. Standing in front of a lavish hors d'oeuvres table, ready to greet guests aie Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Gumernick. Mr. Ben Kline, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shapiro and Mrs. Blanka Rosenstiel. $ %  -' %  is COVPUTC AUTOHOTIH + SIRriCe ON ALL HAKti ^ '-M.om. $." 24 Hr. VOWING &f &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Friday, March 22, 1973 mmmmmmmmmummm mmmmtan Chatting during the cocktail party aie Mr. and Mrs Edword Cowen, and Samuel Friedland, president of Mount Sinai Medical Center. VYlaAqisL j-ASjd&udc Tax Consultant • Accounting • Notary Public 4250 E. 4th Ave., Hioleah room Fining-. 822-4231 SELL REAL ESTATE MEN AND WOMEN WITH SALES LICENSE CAN GET PESOLTS NOWI WE ARE IN THE MOT' %  ES1 AREA IN D •••.. • COUNT > THE REDi-iNOS. SEE US TCCA-SALES. MANAGEMENT, MORTGAGES CONSTRUCTION ANYTHING YOU f


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r. March 23. 1973 vJeniislfi Mcir/Jdjaun Pace 9-B I anniversary cruise to Israel on the lard Line's Queen Elizabeth II is being fed through the Greater Miami Jewish M Shown at a planning meating sraei's 25th anniversary cruise (an addiil cruise ;s scheduled ior Passover) are seated (from left) Mrs. Jerrold Goodman, Jerrold Goodman, Marshall Berkson and Mrs. Marshall Berkson; standing (from left) Harry A. Levy, general chaiiman of Federation's 1973 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign, Mis. Leon Eisenst;in and Leo Eisenstein. 6PHH7I GUILD OF" GREATER MIAMI / %  • •'••. I>K \H' III |l| I II ll-l-l %  %  r ^ .•M". SI 1/ > MONTSERRAT CABALLE BERNABE MARTI • MATTEO MANUGUERRA LILI CHOOKASIAN • MALCOLM SMITH V Mo, .ind Saturday Ap"i ? did .' 197) DAOE COUNTY AUD Wednf .J.I, Apf.l 4 1973 MIAMI BEACH AUD <£ V Ticket* Now on Sale $8 50. 11.50. 15 00, 20 00 % %  I '.'".' im Hf N ti And • ii • % %  • • '.' M i %  % %  'I i >.S ..lill II 01 I N I 1200 Col il %  '• •. V • JJUa Phi 854 1643 *MVA' OSS 673-05*5 MATIHEE NIGHT OUBLEHEADERS &NDAY WEDNESDAYSATURDAY iATINCE 1 RACE 1pm -NIGHTSi"c SUN § pm with the BIG this afternoon and tonight at the beach amijimH i i i RENT, CORAl GABLES i Bed'oom Atr-Cofvi"t'o'ntd HO-HP, nojr University, unfurnished or furnished, available June o. Jul] > lease 665-2915 PARfTIME INSURANCE SALES Insurance exp-rience needed. Lead? furnished. No prospecting. Largest Jewish Fraternal Organization in Hw U.S.A. now expanding in our area. Excel lent commissions ind re ais. Call 538-5679 Needed: Middle-Aged Housekeeper t take care or a temporarily handicapped elderly woman To cook and to clean a small apartment. JOE FP.IEOMAN 1750 South Glades Dr. Miami Biaeh, Flntida PHONE 947-3322 between 8:00 .ind 10:00 in the morning; after 9:00 at night. r-iTi, OPENS TODAY AT 5 RUNS THRU SUNDAY MIAMI .HIGH /^FIDELITY MUSIC SHOW FREE 4 CHANNEL HEAR-INS FREE LAB TEST OF YOUR OWN STEREO COMPONENTS FREE LIVE ROCK CONCERTS PRODUCED BY WBUF Exhibit admission S2. Under 12 tree ON FOUR FLOORS OF THE SHERATON FOUR AMBASSADORS A : x DA3LY Sunday ^ %  % % %  7 Mugm the greatest show on turf SATURDAY, MARCH 24 c 150,000 CULFSTREAM PARK HANDICAP T „. Super Track Presents £.-Ch-mpton. o i 11,0 "^SST^Kfel of great leader. 7 5OTUNRESERVEUSEATS FREE RESERVATIONS POPULAR PRICES %  ""• 9 ..,-j.;Z C= UBHOl'SF M OADE ESMJ IK-MH A A C IRAMOSTAWI FIRST RACE H FREEDOM SONGS FROMRUSSIA ONt NITE ONLY FEATURING GR1SHA TSATSfflS SAT. EVENING MARCH 31 8:30 B'NAI GALUT BAND Grisho Tsatskis (Zvi Ben Israel) the first religious Jew to have sung 1st Tenor with the Moscow Philharmonic AND FROM ISRAEL TSACHI & YAEL Israel's Top Singing Duo DANNY TADMORE the foremost comedian of today at the MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM TICKETS: $3.50, $4.50, $5.50, $7.00 For Tickets and Information Call: 652-2606 or 532-9662 also by mail order: Moti Ciiment, 955 N.I. 170 St. No. Miami Beach, Flo. 33162 Apt. 211 Tickets also available at Box Offiea



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Page 10-B *-Jmist floridi&r Friday, March 23, 1973 How to write Uncle Sam a check when you're flat broke, and get away with it. If line 22 exceeds line 27 —if the news is bad even though they've been withholding what seemed like a giant amount all year long — Supercheck might be the answer. Use Supercheck to make Uncle Sam happy. Supercheck is a special kind ot personal checking account. It lets you pay Uncle Sam even when you're flat broke. You see. a Supercheck account is a checking account that s backed up by a cash reserve. When you write checks for more than is in your account, we automatically transfer enough funds into the account to cover them. So think of Supercheck as a pre-approved in. It does two great things for you: 1. It gives you immediate cash when you need it. 2. It makes you feel better just knowing you'll never accidentally bounce a check. O.K., you've got the bucks. Now get the book. If you are going to do your own taxes, you'll need to know how. For 75C you can obtain a D py of Your Federal Income Tax from the IRS cashier on the 4th floor of the Federal Building at 51 S.W. First Avenue. Miami. Or gei I. K. Lassei's Your Income Tax. available at most bookstores and newsstands. Neither one makes for light, fun reading, but with taxes taking an average of one out of every four dollars, they could be among the mosl profitable books you've read Either of these books will give you the details: here are a couple of additional tips. The short way can end you up on the short end. Too many taxpayers, through laziness, use Form 1040A. the short form. It is the simplest form, but it is also likely to be the most costly way to pay your taxes. If you earned less than $20,000 you might be better off with the short form Because this year you can take a 15o deduction (up to a maximum of $2,000) off your income and pay tax only on the remainder. This is up from a 10% deduction a couple of years ago. Here is some advice that could be worth a good bit of money to you. Figure your income tax both ways. On the short form and the long form (1040). Then pay Uncle Sam according to which method costs you less. Make Uncle Sam give you a hand. The least you should expect from Uncle Sam is some help figuring out how much he is going to take from you. Just dial 350 5311 during business hours. The nice IRS man will answer any questions you have about federal income tax and filling in Form 1040. If you really get in a jam. the IRS will do your taxes for you.(And you thought they were cruel.) Did you know sunglasses were medicine? A lot of unexpected things are allowed as medical deductions: dentures, crutches, eyeglass's, hearing aid-., even traveling costs to get medical aid. Bad luck is sometimes deductible. Many uninsured losses are partially tax deductible. These include damage or destruction by fire to furniture, automobile, clothing, etc. Losses due to hurricanes, tornadoes, heavy rains, etc. Damage to your car from a wreck caused by faulty driving (but not due to one s willful negligence) is deductible. So is theft of one's cash, jewelry, automobile, clothing, etc. It pays to be charitable. A dollar here, a few dollars there, odds and ends donated to a charity. They add up to a surprising total. For example, the average deduction for donations to charities claimed in l l )70 for individuals earning between $15,000 and $20,000 was almost $500. By the way. cancelled checks are an excellent proof of contribution, and although any old bank's check will do. we strongly recommend checks from one of the banks in the United Banking Group. After all. charity does begin at home, doesn't It? The Miami Beach First National Bank Coral Gables First National Bank United National Bank of Dadeland United National Bank of Miami United National Bank of Westland United Banking Group



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rch 23. 1973 *JewisB norMinn Page 11-B Harry B. Smith and Mrs. Allan P. seated (left to right) cochairmen of Jiual spring luncheon of the Sisterhood %  mple Beth Siiclcm, shown with commitpMmbers a! a rerent meeting to finalize IS. Standing (left to right! Mesdames Miller, Irving Miller, Maurice Esformes. Meyer Kotler, Sisterhood president, Samuel Leiner, Manuel Zaiac and Anna Miller. The luncheon will be held on the Doral Beach Rooftop Wednesday, April 11, at noon, and will feature a fashion show by Burdine's. Reservations may be made through Beth Sholom Sisterhood office. Miami Dade Comes BSfJJEl! 0VC, 1 I f cl cated workers preaching and so My name is Jon Nelson (son ofj lici,in fi from 8 a m ''" :30 p.m Ted Ne,son >Althoufh the campus is not pre After spending a soul inspiring Jominantiy Jewish, all ethnii uminer in Europe and Israel. I groups opened theiv hearts and 'l organize a ua il.'t* to the cries of homeless Soviet Jews and the future exist -ii'-e of Israel. We received the support of the Greater .Miami Jewish Federation Miami-Dade North may not have but they forewarned us that we "'any headlines in its short life may run Into problems since this i s P an i bui we certainly feel that ii tampus i Miami-Dade Junior Coldeserves one now. lege. North) was a commuter type UJA-IEF campaign drive at oui junior college, ind had no dorms. We decided to give it a shot anyway, and we 1 raised a staggering total amount! >f $3,209.00. This amount was the ISCAL NOTICt IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION No. 73-1604 In RK: IM:ii. of AllTHl'B • % %  PERRIIXO, I>. .,..-. .1 NOTiCE TO CREDITORS LtGAl NOTICE iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA DL>t I uuiv ( Y General jurisdiction Division CASE NO. 73-6794 NOTICE OF SUIT PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE 1 1.1.. IN THUJUItKI.MIKoP ANITA PBBKI, W Hi -: '• iii loner and MI Hi', AS PKItlll. Ilu-Laml-I:. |i..n.l. in ii •: Ml Hi 'i AS I'KKRI LMC, !!• i\VI AVI i A \ KXl'K I:'H-III:.-YI:K. M:\V vtiitK Vi •! Nh'JH HAS PKKltl, are h ri |p nd Yael, Israeli singing uo, ^b be among performers t tto Jewish Freedom Songs estmri Saturday evening, 'larch 31 ai Ike Miami Beach iuditHttum. Starting in Israel, -,. vi IVHIIUH* and AM IV,.-. i Hav-l J %  • %  • < %  |:MIHor Demand* Attains! Bald > in'ilrifd thai a Petition for DIKHOIUsaefci O'ld Yael, who sinq in Batate: ""> f llnrrinire ha* been filed Benin*! I J Vou an hereby notified and reoulrad ""• • ll1 1 >"" re rvujulred v n inht Ifinri'infix's hnve aiven '" nrenent any rlalmH and demands "t' v "I Vur Answer or Pleading IO y %  "-'-^--^-'' M wh|) n you mnJ ,,. |V ,. .,,..,!,,., n „. ,. s -,,,i ivtltl r Dlwolullon of MarnncrKrr.ost of the larae %  ''" •" ARTHUR •! PI3RRII.UJ de'' "" the Wlfe-Pi-tllloner'x attorns .n n.O.M OI me icnyt. ^ Q| |i(| County ,.-, < I i-, R 1 I. DHVIB, Esq. P.A., 117 i.. the rir.-uit Judge* of Dado County, lllwayiw lluildiiiK. II" W. Pnucler, .ni.l iii. the Mime in dutilicBli and an Btrwet, Miami, Florida 8313", Phone vhl. ,i in Section ::::: 11.. h'loridn •' %  -'""'I. nnd file Ihi original Anawei SlatuleH, In their offices in thi foun%  •'' PlendiiiK In liii offln ol thi C" ij Courthouse In Dade County, Plor% %  >' tb Clrcull Court on or before the liln, within *i\calendar month* from : f April, IB73. ir you rail i" dii Mi.time of Ihe first publication here*"• iudnmeni by default will be taken ih< name will be barred. attains! you for the relief il.mainl.il In II.. I,, i ,i Miami Florida, this IPth 'he Petition for Dissolution of Mar. .l.-i\ of March, AH 1973 rlaare. Vrmand Ferrllln 'ill is XOTICE shall be published \Adminlstratoi '••" %  %  inch week for four 41 .•..n-.-.-uI-VH! ptihlieiitlon .,f ihi* notice on live weeks In THK JEWISH I'l.nl: itiea and countries around the 'orld. LtGAL NOTICE N TH CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIHCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA ENMAL JURISDICTION DIVISION W CASE NO. 73-6313 NOTICE OF ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE PROPERTY \U KEN' %  %  : J .\H .l:i:i.l.i i iiml Airr J<> M' >I:I-:I.I ,. .\ i" nd throuuii li. i in \i friend and u^^K JIAUY r. Plalnlli vs. IMMIK I. M 11 i I:I: ;i* A.lininistrn r • %  II,, ,. \ II:I;I\I A • %  kLtrnij.1 %  i i .!• ,i %  ARt" RALPH MORBI.I.O, iefen Plaintiffs rein i "ii %  • I.inu H I >i clara iry Juii" iiuii-ilm: title to I hi llowlnt %  ,. ..,.,, i: 11 %  i: i .1,.. Klorlil : ""' I ,., 16 |; i„ |:i: wii.i.V PARK ItKATRII K KI.KS SKi'TI' i\ %  '' %  • '• VRTHI'H KI.KS %  |.|*i ii ,r a* i iinlnl in Phil <*'• .1 A FulKhU Book -ii I.,-, %  % %  I'ui.n. i: i.iut' N o| |uil. i'. ,ii"i. !-'!• i-i. 1:.: inin %  I Ifton, i kii.-wii :,HS'll N W V. ii' A r.th Ai %  II, Mi. |. .1. ,.11 % %  I'liirWii required t.. servi i PS %  | ,|, |. • -, -. if iinv i IDIAN DONE AND ORDERED al Miami. Klornlii, lhl in .im ..r Man : RICH \HD P ItRINKKR, • rl Clrcull Court l>:ut. fimnlv, Florida !:> |l .1 I'IIV rtenutv i "li %  k 'n .nil i 'oUI'l Si .1 i I-.1H I I NOTICE OF ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SEKVICE (NO PROPERTY! IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION NO 73-6758 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN RK II Kl H 'I II iRA PBTTIT and FREDERICK PBTTIT Tl > FREDERICK PETTIT : _., a Residence unknown HEREBY VOTIFIED Vof ARE HEREBY Sl>TIFIED thai .in aciion for Dissolution "i" Marthai an nctl 'or Dissolution ol i has i n filed attains! you and I ire I is he-n filed aKnlnsl % %  • I you are required to serve a copy of your you are n-nuired to servi .> dcfciisi n ;.n\ io ii .." MAN your wrltt Icfenses, Ii an) i rues foi II %  -.1 dn> "f March, li7a \i!i.\ii\ II ••/.. SILVER \ in "'Til i tl Siiln. \ M An. in. \ iiz \Mi.l in \ fill I' inl.of \i 'inni ; l-'.-i rill... .|.-\ lluililiim Miami. Fin S1S2 %  a m i %  %  NOTICE OF ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE INO PROPERTY) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OT THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-668R GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ACTION FOR ni'-Sm UTION OF MARRIAGE i\ RE: MAHRIAUE F •• R v KCHREIHER' ESUS-. I' KNfJEL, BSU.. attorney for lviion Sldne.i Efron altornej foi P • f Vor Plnlntlffs whose' address ll r. whosi address ,I4(il V W tinner, whom nddn Is BIS vi-I. -,-,i s.,,,1 North Mll"th AM-. Miami. Florida, i file, HulldhiK. Miami Florida, and ;, *',.-,.,'.'.;,.., "-. %  ',, %  (Suite 2iiS. tl" %  • ntii.nl with th. clerk .,r thr orittinal with tin clerV of tin nbor. it' k,' r i| % %  ,-,mi'l file alaive styled c-ourl • r bcfiin \-.iil stvl.d couri on or before Vprll %  : 'iii-'.i with lite Clerk of this 8.1th. lt'7::; otherwise R defaull ivlll he l"7.:: otherwlsi B defaull will hi enKer before servl.'i on Plulnentered ntralnsl you for the relief de.'• % %  saraln-l you for tin relief deHi ti.-i II. -\ or Immedlal Ifter: nlli r i*. n .1. I'nuli Ml 1 %  • -i-.,-, ,| „^., | ,. I MU f,.iih, i • ninried i ih., '..in..| l %  •'• tl W'lTNi-'SS mv hand and Ihe thl '73. theremanded in the cnmolalnt or petition, manded in the complain! or petition Thi* notice shall he published once This notice shall be published once each week for four eonttecutlve weeks each ...••' • four .. .. ; ,, weeks ,,, THE JEWISH 1-i.i'ltiniAN' In THE JEWISH PLORIDIAX. WITNESS mv hand and ih.seal "f w n.vi-..;s m< I t 'be ea' %  i''.'ni; on n'. "'' da) ol March, said court al Miami. Florida on thli -mid courtal Miami, Florida on i HARD P DRINKER \ i -i, rk of .' '• in i:. p -.: I.-I--*'I: \Deputy ii. rk i i: .> sritKKil'.l'i: %  I i: lr.srd Bti I i Mm r. >'i:,lll Ben. tl. Flo! Ida %  7k'., "!-.-T-.-.'7 Ai. vfor Pinimiffs ;; JJ-Sfl I li IS lth Ma\ "f March. !a7:: UICHAU1) P BKIN'KER A* Plerl i "In uit Com i l lade Viunl i l-'li rldn '.. V A HEWFTT ,Demit) Clerk H'ii-.-uii Court Bi i \ %  ENOKI i ii.i \ \\ t7t'u Avenue Miami Florida tunnies foi I'.-iit. r"r ?J-Sfl I B-1S •J" ilnv RICHARD P r.lUNKKI: A* Clerk. i'ii. ull < '..in i ..a-,.. '•"• • %  B) iP ciil"-'' IND \~ li. i nn v Clerk i %  %  mi 'iiurl Seal) SWlni v Efronson • • (li lei rhtlldllil >l : %  Mil. I':,.rtlli, Vttornev f." Petitioner ;: 83 So I C-13 Rabbi Isaac Siegel of Jersey City presents Certificate of Kashmth for the B. Manischewitz Co. to Bernard Manbchewitz, president. Shown (left to right) Rabbi Emanuel Gettinger, New York City, Rabbi Chaim Earlinsky, Brooklyn William B. Manischewitz, Bernard Manischewitz, Rabbi Siegal, D. Beryl Manischewitz and Rabbi David L. Silver, Harrisburg, Pa. 5 Ports Of Call On Canberra's Itinerary Five oNritinrr Ports of Call tif or the Itinerary of the "Canberra" when she makes CAPTAIN tKIC SNOWDEN h r initial voyasrc from Port l \ i !;i.>.in Monday, March !'ti Na.'sau, Curacao, Barbados, Mai tinii|iie, an l Si. Thorns are iiu nil,', I in the 10-day sailing. Iu -i istop iNassau. here %  t ions include several ro• uii-i i nrii'il forts, including a Ttacu'ar ''Son el Lumiwe" •ho at F i i Charlotte. Ardastra i i i ii! nwith marching fla%  i new aquarium with rfo i In i ."i eatures from th<' a and the Nassau Water Ti IVVI i'v unions other ;'itractions Tin II. of .-I'M! -c. thi is the •nt. rnati 'ii.il '> fnmotis Stra ho ialmosl c tin to i %  ,.-:,i". ; i days :i .;, ,i • .%  Iminal i \\it h your i al iii C'ura ao. Here you a touch ul Holland with '.'. i '-'i-tail. lie capital, h ing distin 'llj D t'-'i in character rhe v hai I are llni .1 \> illi ,y -t h ct HI ury gab'ed houses. Just outside the city are many -i" i; i) tys Id. al I"' .-'ii :-..-! ninjj \ . "Goodbye" in Cuiu .!., It's off to Barbados where you ,• i ni'i i\ eai > morning .i %  • i 55.1-n i', -ii Inn I ri mi Curacao. This famous "si island" of the West Indies is st epi i! in !>i ni-h history. The cati tal. i'. 'idijetov n, lia* it's own '..I.' Nelson mon > vn( and Ti'afalgar Square. You'll ha\ %  me %  > en.K)> a tour I iking in all the places of inti i est In the city att I around the t-l-uil. I ."ai. '.HI locally ma I*t;iv\'. hats and baskets and 1 iaii l-embi i lei I o %  '' un dressc n'j 1.32 mi!< < away from Barbados i^ Martinique, your next port of call. This West In 'ii.-* islan I, i. -i sighted by Co! imbus in ir; has be n almost un'nterruotedj) French since the year 1630. rt was the b.. thplace of Napoleon's Empress Josephine Ir'* now another night of fun ami romance •") the sea i %  ii-.. renchinsf St. Tliomaa %  ill. j. the most imuortant of th %  Virgin Islands and was once fo nous foi its pi ate. V i em visit Frencliiiian's Towei where tht' last of the pi at inlin • th %  famous Mr. Faw-,•! hunge I; an n!uob ,rilTower, now a famous hotel for huncywooncrs. Famous climati 1 and amazing shop%  n. bai ains ha\ e made St Thomas a must for trawVi-s. Now your cruise i* almoat but cci tiinl; not I" fore one more memoiable 'i ne at ^ n w hi 'e v> i'i p'a> and he %  :' npered b> the C inherra crow i ': %  • inin '. Snow li i who wi'.l bi in %  an I w li ih .. er'&0 • %  lei in \" 19 11. Durins the war on the P& '' I.i""' ">'.• %  ,'M t -. .' 'II Ih Unit d Kingdom and it !ia II pro >t om cmlet ti ii: cei rank in March •'IT .; %  ; an at lap tain ol the P& O Tankei i' iptain Snow .1 iv*ides in Broad-stairs in Kent and i* a %  itv nol the British Prinv? Minist tlie Ri thl Honoi i Ed raid Heath MP. For cof'olete information and brochures on the Caribbear cruises write Cunard Lines Ltd., Port Fverqlades Station Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 33316 or plione Miami 947-7524, Fort Lauderdale 525-3381



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Page 10-B Jewish Her Mian You can depend on Food Fair FOR TOP QUALITY FOODS AT REASONABLE PRICES! U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN CHUCK ROA USDA CHOICE SAVE ) BONUS i 30\ .-' PACK! -— .,."" MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT COFFEE $ 12-OZ. JAR LIMIT ONE JAR PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES Of S7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES !" !" FAMILY -BOTTLES.....-FAVORITE! E1NZ KETCHUP 14-OZ. BOTTLE LIMIT TWO 6TLS PLEAS I WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF S7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES FYNE TASTE Yellow Cling Peaches 29-OZ. CAN SUCARY SAM TENDER FRESH GREEN 34 e Whole & Cut Yams JO. o: CAN 39 Friday, March 23, 1973 .FOOD FAIR SUPERMARKETS PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUNDAY. MARCH 25th AT All FOOD FAIR S FREDERICKS STORES EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS UBtINnn SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOURS WITH EVERY PURCHASE FINE GIFTS FOR EVERY PURPOSE WASHES OUT •' TOUGHEST STAINS ARM & HAMMER LAUNDRY DETERGENT 70-OZ. PKG. £SS* IMIT ONE PKG PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES Of S7 OR MORE EXCLUDING OGARETTES GA. FLA. GRADE A' FRESH ICED 1 FLORIDA THIN SKIN Seedless Grapefruit 5 FOR 49 Florida Juice Oranges 10 K 49 BREAKSTONE ALL FLAVORS 32 REGULAR OR PARFAIT 8-OZ. CUPS %  KRAFT (QUARTERS) Park ay Margarine 3 1 WISCONSIN FINEST SLICED COLOtf D American Process Cheese 99 c MIDGET JonesBraunschweiger cJ, 49 c WISCONSIN HOCLANO STYLE §AGouda or Edam Cheese DELICIOUS Master's Sour Cream SAVE 20 -HEBREW NATIONAL MIDGET Salami or Bologna C 2 H?. ZS1 6-OZ PKG PINT CONTAINER 59' 431 BANQUET FROZEN BUFFET -PKG. VEAL PARMAGIAN • TURKEY • SALISBURY STEAK •WHOLE BREASTS (WITH MBS'i •WHOLE LEGS •THIGHS • DRUMSTICKS DELICIOUS FLO-SUN Orange Juice SAVE QUART CONTS. FRESH SEAFOOO AVAILABLE AT STORES HAVING SEAFOOO SERVICE COUNTERS FLORIDA CAUGHT Scnviu rffifiettfex *Defit. ONLY AT STORES WITH SERVICE COUNTERS All LUNCH MEATS SLICED TO YOUR ORDER Canadian Smelts MADE WITH PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING IN OUR MODERN BAKERY P.P. BRAND OVEN FRESH SPLIT TOP BREAD 2 m •AC FAMILY FAVORITE 35 e l-LB. 4-OZ. LOAF ALL DAK MEAT 19. MAND e Apple Strudel S$ WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO UMIT QUANTITIES. NONE SOLD TO DEALERS. NOT RESPONSIVE FOR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS SAVE i2-MILLER'S HIGH LIFE 12-OZ. POP-TOP CANS BEER



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Uewisli Floridiaxi Miami, Florida — Friday, March 23, 1973 Section C Supreme Court Decisions Expected On Education Aid Thirty-seven pending cases in state and federal courts are likely to be affected by U.S. Supreme Court decisions expected during the next current term on the issue of governmental aid for religious education, according to the American Jewish Congress. The Congress published this week the 16th issue of its semi-annual "Litigation Docket of Pending Cases Affecting Freedom of Religion and Separation of Church and State." It was prepared by Joseph B Robison, director, and Beverly Coleman. staff counsel, of the American Jewish Congress Commission on Law and Social Action. The dockc* —covering the period up to Jan. I, 1973 — describes a total of 84 cases. Of these. 14 were terminated during the second half of 1972. Of the 70 active cases, 37 deal with public funds for parochial schools, including payments to sectarian schoolfor record-keeping and building maintenance and grants to parents of sectarian school pupils in the form of tuition reimbursement and tax credits. Other ca.ies among the 32 dealing with state financial aid to sectarian schools involve bus service and textbooks for nonpublic school pupib: the provision of public school teachers for religiously affiliated schfjol.s; the leasing of parochial schools by public school authorities, and aid to sectarian colleges and universities. Five of the 37 cases on aid to sectarian schools arose under the Federal and Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965. A group of 13 cases covered in the docket involves other instances of alleged governmental establishment or support of religion, including prayers and other religious programs in public schools, the maintenance of religious symbols on public property, tax exemption for religious institutions, and kosher slaughtering laws. Sam Feinsteins Give $250,000 For Israel Histadrut Project Mr, and Mrs. Sam Feinstein, Miami Beach civic an.l religious leaders, will be guests of honor April 18 at the communitywide Third Seder celebration sponsored by the Israel Histadrut Council of South Florida. The dinner will be held at the Fotitainebleau Hotel. Announcement of their acceptance was made Wednesday by Dr. Leon Kronish, honorary chairman, and Moe Levin, chairman of the I. >ard of the Histadrut Council. Mr. and Mrs. Feinstein announced a 5250,000 contribution to the Histadrut for a project which will be named in their honor during a visit to Israel this summer. They previously donated generously for such projects as the Else Bonem Medical Center in Ramie, the Sidney and I %  i Bolotin 'enti r in Becrshi ba and the Greater Miami \mal technical High School in Ramie, all Histadrut institutions. Mr. Feinstein is president of the Israel Histadrut Council, and a national leader in the Labor Zionist Movement. State of Israel Bonds and other Jewish organizations. Mrs. Feinstein, Rebecca, has v orked closely with her husband in .support of the Israel Histadrut Campaign, and the two have visited Israel several times together. They have received top awards from Israel Bonds and are recipients of the David Ben GurionIsrael Histadrut Foundation Medal of Honor Don Simla To Receive 1973 Honor Award Don Shula, head coach and vice The award will be presented president of the Miami Dolphins, Monday, April 30, at the first Mi will receive the first 197IS honor ami dinner for the Denver based award of National Jewish Hospital respiratory disease center in the in recognition of "outstanding servgrand ballroom of the Fontaineice in civic and charitable work." bleau Hotel. Shula, has often stepped, beyond his rol" as a record-breaking coach to hclo boost the efforts of charitable causes. Proceeds from the event will be used by the nonsectarian hospital for patient treatment, medical research and professional training in chronic respiratory diseases. William S. Ruben, president of Jordan Marsh, Florida, has been named chairman of the Miami dinner for National Jewish Hospital in honor of Don Shula. head coach and vice president of the Miami Dolphins. Rabbi Siegman Will Speak At Temple Emami-El Rabbi Henry Siegman of New Vork. executive vice president of the Synagogue Council of America, will be the guest speaker tonight at Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi Siegman works closely with Dr .Irving Lehrman, rabbi of the Miami Beach congregation, who is national president of the Synagogue Council. The organization is the umbrella agency for synagogal and rabbinical bodies of the Orthodox, Conservative and Reform Movements of American Jewry. Paul Benjamin Honoree At Yeshiva U. Dinner Communal leader Paul Benjamin will be guest of honor at the Florida Friends of Yeshiva University Heritage award dinner on Thursday. April 5. 6 p.m., at the Hotel Fontainebleau. it was announced by Leonard Zilbert, chairman. Mi Benjamin will be presented with Yeshiva University's highest accolade for volunteer leadership, the Heritage Award, in recognition of "outstanding leadership in behalf ot educational and humanitarian causes." A Master Builder of Yeshiva University, Paul Benjamin has been a leading figure in the endeavors of organizations serving the international Jewish community. Among the many causes which have benefited from his participation are the International Synagogue at Kennedy Airport, of which he is a founder and member of the beard of directors; the Jewish Conciliation Board of New York City, of which he is a judge lirector; the Hillcrest Jewish Center, of which he is a life member, and the Community Relations Council of Hollywood. Fla., on whose executive board he serves. 'Challenging Years' Discussion Subject "Challenging Years" by Stephen S. Wise, will be the subject at the next meeting oi tne Great Jewish Book discussion group on Thursday, April 5. at 2 p.m. in the Miami Beach Public Library. Discussion leader will be Rabbi Abraham Dubin, retired, a recipient of the newly established Ben Gurion Medal of Honor. Group coordinator is Samuel A. Resier. He is also a director and membership chairman of SCORE'S Hollywood chapter. As a Rotal Club member, he delivered messages of goodwill t > chapter meetings throughout the Orient and Israel while on a jour ney of international friendship for the organization, in 1972. An expression of Ms activities ;s the Jane and Paul Benjamin Youth Center, built by him for B'nai Akiba's K'far HaCarmel settlement in Haifa. Israel. .Mr. Benjamin has been honored by the Israel Bonds Organization. Plans for the community-wide tribute are being coordinated by th<> chairman. Mr. Zilbert. with the aid of Charles Fruchtman. honorary chairman: Mrs. Sorrel R Bollet. Harry H. Frankel, Moses rnstein, Jack Lee. Mrs. William Raucher, an.l Mrs. Sydelle Schlanger. co-chairmen. The dinner is held annually under the auspices <>f the Florid} Friends of Yeshiva University, an organization 0 i area industrial an I professional leader educators. Its of students and alumr.L who identify with and support the goals of the institution. Ambassador Jacob Do'on. Israel Ambassador to the United Nations and second ranking member of the permanent delegation, will be the principal speaker at the salute to the Feinsteins. Shmuel Fershko, musical director of Temple Emanu El and a prominent Israeli composer and pianist, is producing an original Haggadah which will mark its premiere showing at the April 21 Third Seder. Mr. Levin said "Sam and Rebecca Feinstein have been in the forefront of the Israel Histadrut Campaign since its inception in Greater Miami, and truly deserve the recognition as Champions of Israel they will receive at the dinner." The South Florida BBYO Council recently kicked off its 1973 BBYO CJA-IEF campaign. Shown, (from left) Lenny Sokolow. AZA president. South Florida BBYO Council; Myron J. Brodie, executive vice president, GMJF; Marcia Zaiac. BBC president; Girt Bossak, BBYO director, and Eliot Kleinberg, vice president. South Florida BBYO Council. •b •& -£ %  BBYO Council Kick-Off For CJA-IEF Campaign JI1A Auxiliary Donor Luncheon Sunday, Apr. 8 The Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged, will hold its annual donor luncheon on Sunday. April 8. noon, at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Max Marek will be chairman of the day, and the invocation will be given by Mrs. Rose Roth, donor journal chairman. President of the Auxiliary. MrLawrence Silverman. will bring greetings from Douglas Gardens. The candle lighting ceremony will be conducted by Mrs. Sol Silverman, honorary life president. Donor chairmen are Mrs. Rose Roth, Mrs. Martha Greenberger. Mrs. Rose Kobsa and Mrs. Max Marek. Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program chairman, will introduce singing comedienne Trudy Lawrence. The South Florida B'nai R'rith Youth Organization Council recently kicked off the 1973 BBYO Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund campaign at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation building. Myron J. Brodie. Federation executive vice president, addressed the Council, which is the coordinating body for 34 local BBYO chanters He spoke of the need for volunteers at the South Beach Activities Center; a program thai would parallel BBYO's AdoptA-Grandparent' program. The Center is a protected environment day care center for the elderly, located in the heart of the South Beach poverty area. It is administered by the YMYWHA of Greater Miami, a GMJF beneficiary, and draws on the services of several of Federation s Othei beneficiary agencies. The BBYO. one oi the GMJF's 22 local beneficiaries, provides activity programs for Jewish youth, including holiday celebrations, interfaith meetings, music and cultural programs and athletic contests The con-idooloeical services of BBYO are off. red throughout the county. ADL Aids Conference On Prejudice Sponsored By United Church Of Christ The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith will serve as a major consultant at a Conference on Prejudice sponsored by the Committee for Christian Social Action. Florida Conference of the United Church of Christ. The three-day conference, Friday through Sunday, was developed to create in the participants a personal awareness of the nature and extent of prejudice in our society and to consider ways in which individuals can combat prejudice. David Mahl, associate director of ADL's Florida regional office, will conduct a number of workshops dealing with "developing techniques and strategies" to cope with prejudice. In addition, the conference will draw heavily upon ADL's human relations materials, developed to evaluate and combat bigotry' and discrimination in our society. Jack Kassewitz. ADL's Regional Board chairman, said. "ADL's partieination in the conference, is another example of the League's outreach efforts to provide our consultive skills and materials to Christian groups." Participants will work with ADL's role-playing films on prejudice and discrimination and many of the conference sessions will be organized around ADL materials on J\-.vs and other minority groups. "Ac ADL also will cosponsor an April 10 "Conversation Between Communities" at the Southside Baptist Church. 2323 SW 27th Ave. The League five years ago initiated the nation's first Southern Baptist-Jewish symposium. This year's format will include audience participation, Mr. Kassewitz said.



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Pam Page 2-C *• Jen 1st fhrkflar) Friday, March .23. 1373 —a Caator Seif To Receive Israel Atzmaut Award -iintor Abraham Self will re0 ive the State of Israel Atzniaut ,t'tnck'p-ndenc-ei award from the i CANTOR ABRAHAM SEIf ',11 I Bond trganization at the 'i-i-iii Israel Dinner of State on i.'ii' 9 al the Fontainebleau [el Die announci/nunl Ua s made b\ Wilton M. Parson, director of !."ael Bonds in South Florida, who said that the dinner-dance will also celebrate the 25th anniversary of Israel's independence. Cantor Seif, who has been at Kneseth Israel Congregation for the past 23 years, was born in Lemberg, Poland, and was one of 15 children of a Rabbinical Chas sidic family of many generations. He studied in Stanislav Or'Torah Veshivah. where Cantor Jacob Kousevitsy coached him in cantonal an. He arrived in the US 111 I!i48 as a student of the Min-i Veshivah. sponseored by Rabbi Kalmanovitz. Cantor Seif was associated witl. Beth Sholom in Brooklyn. N. Y. for two years prior to his arrival in Miami Beach. lie majored ill voice at the University of .Miami and served as president of tin Cantors Association of Greater Miami from 19C1 to 1971. The Kneseth Israel Dinner of State \wll feature entertainment by Kmil Cohen, humorist and raconteur, and dancing to the Stu Granger Society Orchestra Reservations are available bj contacting the Israel Bond Office, 420 Lincoln Rd. Hillel Dav School sjr Informal Meeting On Thursday. March 29. at 8 p.m., there will be an informal mrt'UM at the home ot Mr. ami %  Mrs. Arthur Linson to acquaint ; new people with the principals %  and coils of the Hillel Community \ Day Sehopl. Tht school offers its services to 1 children from nursery to eighth I grade. Class sizes are limited in order to give high quality education and to offer individualized instruction and attention to the students. Present at the meeting will be Rabbi Dov Bidniik. prineiial of I the school. Dr. Joe! Dennis, and Dr. I I.ce Duffner, vice president in charge of registration Mr and Mrs. Lipson are on the hoard of governors of the school. Mr. Lipson serves as treasurer, and Mis. Lipson is the membership vice president of the school's PTA. Their son is in the fifth grade Bar-Han U. Scientists Photograph Animal Cell Unit For First Time B> Special Report NEW YORK — Israeli and Swiss scieniids at Bar-Han University. Ramat Gan. Israel, have succeeded in taking the first photojynnhs ever made of the messenger RNA. the tiny molecular structure which tells animal cells what to do and when. Rabbi Joseph H. I.ookstein. Chancellor of Bar-Ilan University, reported this week that the pho t.^urarhs had been made by the Bar-Ilan University electron microscope, which magnifies 500.000 times. This is the first time the structure has. been seen and photographed in animal cells: until DOW it has been shown only in bacteria. The messenger RNA is 10.000 times smaller than the cell itself. Dr. I.ookstein. just returned from: Israel, reported that the Bar-Ibn electron microscope unit, hejd-) by Prof. Max Herzberg, with Dr. .f. Dubochet and Dr. E. Kellenbers-of the Basle Biozentrum. Switze land, has been woring for a year 11 photograph the messenger R\ \ (ribonucleic acid) in its anirm! form. It is generally thought that R\ \ plays a key role in the regulation of what the cell will synthesize The Bar-Ilan electron microsco" unit and the Basle Biozentrum devised a dark field of elect romicrosiopv technique by which it was possible to see the very nun.-. structure of the RNA protein c nlex •y COMMUNITY MEDICAL CENTER T SPACE AVAIUILE N*r#i Miami %  •ochMvd. KicM* tectu>il Ml Crmsj ton. Sir Sicttrs in snili M I s ni lilt Ctaaletelr lieifi M lutes riM> 11 Mil nt 1 iaattfl ltrtr Sattam Jr CALL 3791054 t 1 Ufaxitn Tastes Fresh Perked Even tradition-conscious Passover hostesses are always on the lookout for the latest answers, when it comes lo new holiday serving ideas. (As long as it's kosher for Passover!) The modern answer to mar velous-tasting instant coffee is frceze-dried Maxim. Maxim tastes just like fresh-brewed coffee because it's pre-perked. then fro/en into big chunks of percolated coffee. Maxim's unique freeze drying process carries that fresh brewed flavor right to your table. Von just ; (Id boiling water Great, isn't it. that something so effective can he so simple' Maxim is truly a boon to the Passover hostess in a hum' 10-12-15% RITURN ON MONEY LOANED AND SECURED BY PRIME MORTGAGES INVEST S3.000 4 UP 945-5237 PYRAMID FUNDING CORP. 1110 NE 163rd Si. North Miami Ba
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    * Jewish flcridliaiin Page &C >v Palm Beach Bonds Dinner Nets Israel $4.2 Million A record-breaking $4.2 million in Israel Bonds was purchased last week in Palm Beach at a dinner honoring Danny Kaye and Israel's UN Ambassador Yosef Tekoah The event was'attended by 3()0 permanent and winter residents ol the resort city. Sen. Gurney Backs Jackson Effort For Soviet Jewry By Special Report WASHINGTON — Sen. Edward J. Gurney (R-Fla.) said this week he has joined with three other key Senators to urge that the United States does not grant trade concessions to countries "which chose to impose a repressive and unconscionable ransom on emigration." Sen. Gurney said he was "proud to join with such distinguished Senators as Henry If. Jackson (DWash.). Abraham A. Ribicofl (D-Conn.), and Jacob Javlts (B N.Y.) in showing the Soviet Union that we will not tolerate their practices a concerns Soviet Jews." Principal concern. Sen. Gurney said, is the imposition by the Soviet Union of a "head tax" ranging from $5,000 to S30,noo on Soviet Jews who want to emigrate to Israel. "Regardless of our attitudes toward East-West trade," Sen. Gurney said, "We wish to insure that the Senate of the United States does not give privileged trade treatment t.) nati -n^ which deny their own people the fundamental human right to emigrate to a nation of their choice.' This was the second phase of' the inauguration of the 1973 cam' %  nai.un for the worldwide sale of S360 million in Israel Bonds. The initial start of the campaign took place in Miami Beach with the participation of Prime Minister Golda Meir. Mr. Tekoah presented Kaye with a silver Prime Minister's Medal for exceptional dedication to Israel. In acknowledging the award, the celebrated comedian told the assemblage that he was proud to be a Jew. If circumstances would permit, he added, he would rather go to Israel than attend fundraising events. But since his schedule did not allow for that as often as he liked. he was happy to celebrate Israels silver anniversary through partici I pation in the Israel Bond drive. Joseph Meyerhoff, of Baltimore, and Louis H. Salvage, of Boston, were cochairmen of the dinner. In preparation for the dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kramer, of New York, hosted a reception in Palm Beach which produced $1.7 million in advance Bond sales. Directors, stockholders and officers mark the formal groundbreaking ceremonies of the First National Bank of Bay Harbor Islands. The new 33,000 sq. ft., three-story building is presently under construction on Kane Concourse, adjacent to the bank's present building at 9500 Bay Harbor Terr. From (left to right) David Stark, Morris N. Broad, chairman of the board and president, directors Melvin H. Worth, Jerrie Kroop. Guy H. Burt, Harry Horowitz, vice president Thomas H. Brandeis, directors Norman Broad and George I. Sogg. 4 £ 'Promises, Promises' Stars Orson Bean for seven years, recently co, starred opposite Melina Mercouri Television and film star Orson duction will be running for two or. Broadway in "Ilya. Darling." He lives in Miami and has just Orson Bean, who was on the had a book published entitled TV panel show, "What's My Line?" ["Me and the Orgone." Itean opened March 20 in the hit weeks, through Arril 1. Broadway musical comedy. "Promises. Promises" at The Coconut Grove Playhouse. The Grove proChildren's Concert Thursday Apr. 5 At Beth Sliolom Choral croups from '.'no Greater Miami area will perform Israeli and Jewish music at the Zimriah: Children'.Concert, Thursdaj April 5 at 7:30 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom. Participating temples are Or Olom, Judea, Beth Torah, EmanuEl. Beth Sholom, Sinai, Zion and Beth David. Under the direction of Cantor David Conviser, a highlight of the evening will be iu lience participation. I Tickets are required for free admission and may be picked up in advance at Beth Sholom, the Greater Miami Federation, or the Y.M-YWHA of Greater Miami. Those with tickets must be in their seats by 7:20 p.m. X For Passover It's Planter's Peanut Oil With heavy eating traditional at Passover its more important than ever to cook with a light oil like i Planter's Peanut Oil Besides, its kosher for Passover. Fresh-tasting, too! Another important characteristic is that Planter's Peanut Oil does not impart a taste of its own to foods. Ideal for frying matzohs. crispy matzoh-meal latkes, and tender, delectable Passover blintzes. Use Planter's for luscious kugels and dumplings that crown your feasts. And when it carries to salads, Planter's Peanut Oil blends beautifully with vinegar, lemon juice. eggs, herbs, seasonings, whatever special ingredients you use. See if you dor.'t find Planter's Oil one of the nicest things to happen to your Passover! %  is[a n


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    ?3g 4-C v**i*b fl* i Mitn Friday, March 23. 1973 Encyclopediu Jiulaica Feature 5733 A 'Leap Year' This year the festival of I'urim Purtanl |Bd I'iissoMT occur late. The rea' i: i> thai the Jewish year 5733 ia leap year and in the Jewish calt.idar thU inttiii adding not an \ii.i day but an e^tr^montli Mtd vve are now in the iniiodoi lu io\lra month. in Hebrew, a 13-month y*r iVnown a.< "a pregnant year" and t/&U ad of bavins one month of /..ia A'lar /•iai. are kept in the Second month of Adar in a leap year. The adding of a month wu already practiced by the Sanhi Irin in Hasmonean times over 2.000 jo.iis ayo. But they did not^vet have the knowledge about the 19year r>c!e. They observed practically from such factors as the ipened state of the barley offered %  n Passover and of the first-fruit thr.are "two months of I offered on Shavuot. Considered also First Adar and .Second *•* the >tate of roads and bridges j at Passover time and whether the ovens for the paschal-Iamb sae-j rifices were dry after the rainy. season. On the basis <>! such ob! servations, they decided whether or not to add the extra month. ui, 1973 .Tondenee be.i the solar and the lunar ar The Fershkos En Tuesday Concert Sara and Hayim Pershko, victims of the Nazi holocaust, wlio rose above personal tragedies, will have their annual concert at the Miami Beach High School Auditorium. Tuesday at 8 p.m. And so In every" 19-year cycle. f> i extra I lod in the d 6th, 8th, Uth. Nth, 17th and %  i .. • The number ol daj a leap j • is 383-385, Ail tiie -• als at d anniversaries that sen ill in the month Ada." I SUCh as the fea idomtniuni is ... m ihebest s: A so M ,,p heach • Ciystal ( %  '.'' •' %  i rrang pool • Supeili cuisine in out continental lestamant %  : %  %  jardens • Recreational laoMies • A panoramic ••• l V • Closeii cucud 1V security system tvitchboa • rvice Prices from S45 D00 to S85.000 VISIT OUR MAGNIFICENT MODELS CRYSTAL HOUSE RAIPH SPERO Mbsrrmv; Avt • MIAMI RIALM FLA :r; > > :• >. :•; &f • 400 feet of private ocean beach & large heated swimming pool. • Landscaped promenade overlooking sundeck, beach and Atlantic Ocean. • Full security guards and card key lock operation. • Garage and undercover parking for all occupants included in purchase price. • Restaurant with patio and beach unite VISIT OUR FURNISHED MODELS 1 All apartments outside apartments with private balcony and ocean view. All 2 Bedrm.... 2 Bath apartments Penthouses (18th floor) 2 Bedrm.... 2 Bath double balcony • •. sliding glass doors... • Lowest price per square foot on the Gold Coast oceanfront. •A traffic light on A1A at property entrance and exit. BBgBmgg SCTraBfflBjBMjBI >: ;* ;•: '•: &f : &f : &f : &f : &f : : :•: ; &f I &f > .: ; &f >. &f '.•'. >.. &f : &f : >: &f •: &f •• • OPEN DAILY: 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. 1000 S OCEAN BLVD. (A1A) 10B10CKS SOUTH Of ATlANHC B '. D ON A A PHONE 305 782-2600 Zip 33060 3 I 1 mm >-..:.*„i &f &f&f&f &f .. &f .• .• •• %  • %  &f&f • &f &f ... &f &f &f ... • m *•• &f &f •. &f&f ., &f &f&f %  &f %  • %  ••• &f .. &f .. &f .•. &f ..• &f • ••••••.



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    &8HS *JeisHltridk*r Fnrlnv Mrrrrrh 23 197y Friday, March 23, 1973 JWV Auxiliaries Naming New Officers And Slates President Lillian Schocn. Department of Florida Ladies Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans, joined by immediate past national president Biliie Kern, past national president Malvina V I .... Ze:da Glass tVeinstein Junior division chairman, wi tend the national executive %  mitttee m in New March 23, 24 and -"> as t u % %  :•. s of the Stat of \ Other activities for Dade and Broward County auxiliaries include : Norman Bruce Prown 174: Tuesday evening, outgoing president Seeraa Leikowitz will hold a board meeting at the Fust Federal, S\V 22nd St. and 27th Ave. Robert K Franzblau 177: Auxiliary and Fo t will hold their monthly bieakfast meeting at the Copper Penny Restaurant in Hollywood 10 a.m. Sunday. On Tuesday, auxiliary pr< -in Mo.-kovr.z will preside at a itLuIar business meeting for election of officers for 1973-74. Murray Solomon 243: President Evelyn Lowe will hold a board meetirtf on Tuesday, at 8 p.m. at' the Merrick Elementary School. Miami Beach 330: Will hold a games night for the Aid to Israel program on Tuesday. 7:30 p.m at the Kneseth Israel Synagogue. I Officers for the 1973-74 term • are: Mrs. Pearl Herman, president: Mrs. Pauiine Lazarus, senior %  ci president: Mrs. Evelyn Decky. junior vice president; Mrs. Jtr.nie Genig, chaplain; Mrs. I ejl .u;. patriotic instructr I .' %  ... Si koli w conductress: %  %  B< rretarj; .1 ,, na R i. m iirs I • 1'uui ;',. .; ii is 402; v. %  • •• % %  % %  • 1973 Passover Products Directory Now Ready of tl < -' cf Amei is now i y | ( in Vaths K ... ; \ ( %  : -:•• I i % %  I 1 Fifth At :. N. Y. 10011 1 ted to send a i is the envelope. : i director) Ii i imber of Rabbi;. I and sui ervised l\ -., m n than 70 -. including a low-calorie ig and many convei Among Rabbinicali\ .over foods availabl* for the fir s t time this year are potato pancake and griddle pancake mixes potato starch, anu canned mushroom carrots. Irish potatoes and sweet potatoes. 'Sleeping Beauty' By Miami Ballet Here April 27, 28 The Miami Ballet will present the complete -Sleeping BeautV April 27 and 28 at the Dar>n County Auditorium with a cast o' 70 dancers. Guest artists will include Violette Verdv and Pe'er Martins of the New York Citv pallet as Princess Aurora and the Prince. Dancers from the Miami Ballet Companv in featured roles: Renee Zintgraff. Robert Pike. Annmarie Amanzio. Lynn Huck, and Cvnthia Ann Roses. This production will feature lavish costumes and scenerv dngned by Peter Farmer and the Miami Ballet Orchestra will be conducted by Ottavio De Rosa of the National Ballet. Tickets are available at the auditorium box office or the Miami Conservatory the Thursday noon meeting at the j Pour Freedoms Pt nthouse. Rae : Freinstein, pr< sident, %  %  I Victor B. Freedman 61-; Will I hold it di D Thurs29 plomat i in. Pn .•-' %  :ht. V 'li: :; 671 : %  will hi .i JSI it II ( ing i • %  lay, al i %  Jeffer i National list ^ Hla-'eah Miami Sprint's <;•': N'ewlj ins) Irs. Eve will hold a board meetm on Ti %  day. \be Horrowitc 68*: Mrs. Sylvia Bart, newly elected president, will usiness meeti ig Thursday at 15947 NE 19th PI. Point Eas 638: installation of newly re-elected auxiliary • pi dent Vera Krieger and 1973 74 officers will be on Tuesday :it 8 p.m. in the Point East Cub Hous Surfside-Bal Harbor 723: Auxiliary chairman Ruth Frank will hold a games party for residents of the Hebrew Home for the Aged on Collins Ave. on Sunday. Refreshments will be served. 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    Friday. March 23, 1973 rJewitti Ihvictow) Page 7-C Jewish Family and Children's Service Opens Office On Miami Beach The open house and ribhon cut-1 narked the opening of another VI. March 11. at 850 Washington Ave., | dren's Service in this community. # ^ # ^ Xf. if. efor JewisVFami^an^Ch^ £gX SmffZA £ will be based at this office are all experienced in dealing with the problems of senior citizens. Present at the ceremony were many members of the Agency's hoSra including Arnold J. Stern, president: Le in D. Fisher, execu live director, and Vil %  Ri illo, executive vie? president of the United Fund of Dade County. Members oi thi JFCS Wo n n'i ommitte %  served as IOSI ei and served refreshment v ithin the n w a % %  i led Mrs. Edw in (E rothj I >ppenVim. who accepted a certi of appreciation from Mr. Stern. Morton Silberman, vice presi dent of the Greater Miami. Jewisl Federation, told those who wen gathered that "outside of Israel Miami is the fiith largest com munity in the world. Mr. Stern cited the fact that, although the 850 Washington Ave. office was just officially opened, it has a! •At! -tl •b %  & <*r From (left to right) Arnold J. Stern, president Jewish Family and Children's Service, Mrs. Sol Goldstein, honorary president, JFCS, Leon D. Fisher, JFCS executive director, and Mrs. Edwin B. Cppenheim, Women's Committee president, at the ribbon cutting coremony of the Agency's newest office located at 850 Washington Ave. At the official openinq of the Jewish Family and Children's Set vice Miami Beach office, honors were shared by (left to right) Arnold J. Stern, Leon D. Fisher, Mrs. Morton Silberman, Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel of Temple Beth Mcshe and Morton Silberman, vice president, Greater Miami Jewish Federation. reaily serviced over 3"0 senior i citizens in three and one half AJCong. Justine Chapter Celebrates Jewish Music months. Q -> # ViiiiU.iitvui^ anhfv There are three questions to ask when you're buying a condominium: Where is it? What's there? How much? We've got some terrific answers. Come to 11955 N.E. 2nd Avenue and ask. %  GARDENS From S25.000 and as little as 10% clown. Jewish Family and Children's Service is funded by the G.MJF and L'nited Fund. Justine Chapter of American The afternoon was to feature Jewish Congress was to celebrate Barry Ross in a program of interJewish Music Month Thursday at national songs and a report on the 12:30 p.m. in the American Sav news of the month by Gertrude ings. Alton and Lincoln Rds. F.hrcnprois. BREATHTAKING WATER VIEW RIGHT ON THE •1JNTRACOASTAL WATERWAY RENTAL APARTMENTS —. £ At the podium outside the Jewish Family and Children's S rvice effice is Mrs. Morion Silberman, chairman of the day. A lorge crowd attended the ribbencutting ceren 3 „ %  :btMm frSErfe*' !**S?Sfe '*W£A !" *ttt* 1IE0ROOM 1 BATH from S 240.. S 260P. cm 1 BEDROOM 1' i B&TH from 2 BEDROOM 2 MM from I JU ti 66 J x'MBit FURNISHED & UNFURNISHED APTS. AVAILABLE OCCUPANCY JULY, AUGUST 1973 Look what you get at no extra cost: • Publ'C bench within walking • laundry, troth chuttl throughout • Decorator Iteor ** • lummoui ceilmgi • Ample fret parking lor reiidentt • Pnv C 'e terrocei *ith lia ng glow • Spoce Tor dmttte) tot ond guesti • lush ln0'Cnr if, g • Underground electee ond *•••phone te'vict -no po'es Of wirei • Cople'e Reoeo>on Cantor — pool. %OJ"OI whirlpool. thuff'o* dco'i • Eosy occeii close** • Wci'i to-woll corpetmg • Delude ki'chent • Continuous C'eon ronge oven • DtsnwoshC ** SOjnd ihie'cng boa'd. cord roonvsooal boll with • D-sposol tyMy-touipr'd kitchen • c 'Osi Free ft>frin,eroior-Freejer • Security • Range hood with Ion 17070 COLLINS AVE. (Behind 170th ST. SHOPPING CENTER) PHONE 945-1050 OR 944-5960 • Formica cabmolry • Pan-through to dmrng o'ta • Eltgint bo'hi • '•' ci't' TV ontonna — conntclion | in och oponmont • Amp!* cltvoior ltrvic In och| building All appliances by lu LpucrLfi_"tr 1



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    *\j*m #' a fvi MUUCMKI i iiuliy, 1*1U4..1 Bob Mitfuok Randy Rapaport Lawrence Cohen lames Schainuck Saul Cimbler Michael Savelle DKBORAH BKODIE Deborah Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Brodie, will celebrate her Bat Mitzvah on Friday evening. March 23. at Temple Sinai. The celebrant iin the seventh pradc at Nova Middle School where she belongs to the drama group and the chorus. She is also a number of the Temple Sinai Youth Group, is a gymnast and sews some of her own clothing. Mr. and Mrs. Brodie will fete their daughter at a reception in j the Emerald Hills Country Club on Friday night, and she will be hostess at B teen party featuring a local disc jockey on Saturday evening at the temple. SMIL CIMBLER Saul Cimbler. son of Mrs. Bertha Cimbler and Salumrn Cimbler will be'-onie a Bar Mitzvah at Temple Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Mar. 24. at Temple F.manu-El. Michael is a student of the I.ehrman Day School of Temple Emanu-El. The celebrant will be honored with a reception in the Friedland Ballroom of Temple Emanu-El. Michaels grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Savclle. and Mr. Uld Mrs. Sol Mesel, and great-grandmother, Mrs. Bertha 1 (senberg, will attend the event. JAMES SCHAINUCK Mrs. Jewel Schainuck and Serard Schainuck announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son James Steven, at Temple Beth Am. on .Saturday. March 24. James attends Miami Country Day School, and received his religious education at Temple Beth Am. James is active in football, soccer, and baseball teams in school. There will be a luncheon following the services at Horatio's in the Coconut Grove Hotel, given by I his mother In the evening there will be a party hosted by his father, at the David William Hotel in Coral Gables. Jack Muravchick, grandfather of Ili<' celebrant, is a pioneer hotel: man on Miami Beach, prominent in community affairs since 193C. Marshall Rubin Takes Post In Dade Center On May 1. Marshall Rubin. ACSYV. of East Orange. N.J.. will take up his duties as executive di rector of the new Psycho-Social Rehabilitation Center of Dade County. Inc. according to Robert Berman. president of the Mental Health Assn. Mr. Rubin has a BA from Wayne State University where he majored in psychology and a Masters in social work from Rutgers. For the past three years he has been executive director of Prospect House in East Orange, a psychiatric rehabilitation day and evening center. The Jersey center is similar to the new Dade County agency which is being designed through the joint efforts of the Mental Health Assn. and Jackson Memorial Hospital Psychiatric Institute. The center will provide former mental patients with training that will make the transfer from the sheltered life of a mental institute to the outside world less difficult. It's Brim For \ New Taste In (loffoe Discover the marvelous, mellow flavor of Brim's rich Colombian coffee bean*. Brim — that much lalked-aboul new coffee from Gen eral Poods. You'll be tempted to enjoy it cup after cup So indulge! 07 per cent of the caffein in Brim has b-en removed. So you can drink all the Brim coffee you wan', wit'lout any worry of lost sleep. You can serve Brim to your family and guests all during Passover, with complete equanimity. They'll all delight in Brim's delicious taste its satisfying fullbodied aroma. (They'll never suspect it's decaffeinated coffee.) Brim is available in an instant version, too. Either way, with Brim, you are always assured a good Mrs. Minerva Schainuck. of 1 Wilkes-Barrc. Pa., and Miami M W s slee P Menorah Saturday morning. March I Beachl grandmother of the celeb1 Enjoy Brim this Passover, wont 24. I rant, will be lure for the occasion, you.' Saul is a seventh grade c,ll u '"'i at Nautilus Junior High School. Following services there will be a reception and luncheon in honor,' of the occasion at the Eden Roc Hotel. •& -ir RANDY RAPAPORT Randy, son o; Mr. and MrDavid A Rapaport. will observe his Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congregation Saturday morning. March 24. Rabbi I.ipschitz will charge Randy with entrance into the adult Jewish community and present him with a prayer book on behalf of the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of the congregation. The celebrant is o seventh grade student in the Hebrew Academy. In Randy's honor, his parents will sponsor the Kiddush following the services. Guests will include Mrs. Frieda Epstein of Miami Beach. %  fr ^? ^r LAWRENCE COHEN Lawrence Frederick, son of Mr. •nd Mrs. Jules Cohen, will observe his Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services at Temple Beth El on March 24. The celebrant is in the sixth grade at Highland Oaks Elementary School. Among guests will be his maternal grandparents. Mr and Mrs. Max Kram. and his paternal grandmothers, Mrs. Idell Cohen of Miami Beacii. Mr, and Mrs. Cohen will host the One;; Shabbat on Friday night in tli .i son's honor. MICHAEL SAVEI.LE Michael Nathan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Savclle. will become I Camp a SAMPS Sepantte ( u"./.of Distinction if Boy* ami Girl* on bettutlfui Reflection l.akr In HK HMN (M Ike PoCOM MoMNMMOf NwM*MfMm Perm*) i*iiM n n % WILL SHARE YOUR APARTMENT Widow in her fifties, good hjalth has car. would like to sh?re apt or home with another woman. Ref. fences exch. on request. Writ. Mrs. A. J.. Bo* 2973. Miami. Fli 33101 TAMS PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING OUR 3th YEAR OF UNCACtlUD DEDICATION AND SERVICE 10 CHILDREN IN THE FINEST TRADITION UNDER THE SAME FAMILY DIMCTION LIMITED OPENINGS FOR MIAMI AREA CAMPERS National Enrollments — including Campers and Staff from Florida. Ceorgia, Texas. Mexico City, N. Carolina, Calif.. Penna., New York, Md., N. England, Canada find Europe. All inclusive Camp Fee includes Round Trip Transportation and Baggage via Eastern Airlines. Total Plane and Bus Trip Is Four Hours. Campers are 5-16 — Camper Waiter & CIT Programs Boys 4 Girls 16 and or 11th grade. Dietary Laws Observed — No Staff Gratuities. %  THE ULTIMATE IN FINE PRIVATE CAMPING 9 magnificent ill WSSllSI championihip tennli BSWrtl wilh nigh: light! Nationally ranked tanni pro and 8 inttructort Outstanding water iltijng program 3 motor fcoi'l ne 35 loot ski |ump Theatre wnrkihop Nationally acclaimed blended canoe tnpt and tailing program (2S WjNbaalSl 4 indoor regulation bowling lanes. 9 hole golf cours-. — professional instruction English and Western riding 7 miles o' trails Ham radio and electronics, photography, rocketry fencing and karate Superb international Staff. We Are Pleased to Announce the Reluss of LORRY GREGORY one of South Florida's foremost tennis professionals as director of our 1973 tennis program FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT THE DIRECTORS IN MIAMI AT 758-9454 or OUR MIAMI REPRESENTATIVE Mrs. Jack (Nancy) Davis, 11042 Paradella Avenue, Coral Gables, Fla. Tel. 665-7923 or 665-9147 Winter Office Directors 8528 Castor Ave. Mrs. Earle U. Weinberg Phila. Pa. 19149 M r. Louis P. Weinbarg (215) JE3-1557 Dr Robert j Weinbtra Mem iers of THE AMERICAN CAMPING ASSN., & ASSN. OF PRIVATE CAMPS ISRAEL WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT A forty week quiz, marking the 25th anniversary celebration ol the birth ol Isratl, ha been prepared lor this and other member papers of the American Jewish Press Association by the Department of Education and Culture of the American Section ot the World Zionist Organization. QUIZ NINKTKKX 1. Name two popular novels about Palestine, Israel written in James Michcnei and Loon Urls respectively. 2. Who has been appointed as Israel's new ambassador to the United States? 3. When' is th L'.S. Embassy located in Israel" Why? %  i. For which >on in Israel iMt. Gerlzim sacred? 5. Name an Israeli genera! who w now a world known archaeologist 6. [>oes i-iari ha\o diplomatic relations with the Sc i Union? 7. A member <>i the British Parliament is call d an Whai initials are used for a member <>i Israel's Parliament? s. What does the Hebrew expression "Medlnat Yisrs mean? 9. What is ORT? in Identify "Egged." Answer* to the above QuestsOsM win be found upside do M below. Eight righl answers will Indicate n good knowledge of Nr.iei. six questions answered correctly is passing. < beek answers ti> see how well you scored. QUIZ NINETEEN ANSWKRS saADBjodooo snq jo n.10.1 •"V 01 n 1: j. JOJ ii":|i:/un.-.10 I'M spjljl : I '(} [OB.IS] ; i .'I' IS %  '.! S (1 >s..ii\| .'i|t |0 .1 M;.I:>!\" 1 ">!'K i •JOU %  "! %  \ 'i uii>i. 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Jacobson, Abe Rifkin & Tony Anthony For Brochure and Particulars write: Harder Hall Golf-Tennis Camp Completely Air Cond. • Searing, Fla. call collect 813-385-0151 HARDER HALL IS A GREAT PLACE For A Golf Vacation RIGHT NOW The Rates Are Reasonable The Course Is Never CrowdeJ Call Collect For Reservations : %  %  *& %*?% ^&i *// AT CAMP BARNEY MEDINTZ / / ol tie ATLANTA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENT? aimmiiif % % %  •a 1.111in.I I • • 1 • First Sesnon Second Session June 24 July 22 July 23 Aug. 2' Only SJ90 Per Seauon Price includes ALL activities' .. -Ill ,! %  HI i ,|, sll ml.. „..in 1 VlLinl III. I %  I! I.i Pi... %  n.. I;,i \ i \, in I *.,". !' 1



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    lay March 23. 1973 &*•'##> ftmriHUrtr Paqe 9-C Youth Groups In First Israeli Dance Festival LEGAL NOTICi LEGAL NOTICi tith the theme "And the Dised Ib.o Been Gathered From! Four Corners of the World," 12 • |h ips will perform Israeli MS at the first annual Israeli be festival to be held at 'the' persity of Miami, April 1 at 7:301 on the outdoor patio of the lent Union, Irticipat ng groups, under the lership of dance coordinator ptla ECedem will be Temple 1 k, USY: Both Torah. USY: Tern\ hfenorah. USY, "Ha Rokdim" r!; Bi th Am School (grade 9): I jro. YM-YWHA; Beth Am fty": Ha Shachar" Young ka; Shoshanim; Temple Judea; D.n: : South, USY. Sponsors for the event are the Jewish Youth Council of Greater Miami, the Israel 25 committee, HiUel, and ihc YM-YWHA of Greater Miami under the chair lu'cnship of Deborah Lubin and Mike Klien. Israel 25 is sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The YM-YWHA of Greater Miami is the functional agency. The Central Agency for Jewish Education is providing assistance in the development of programming. The Israel 25 committee is under the direction of Fran Levey, overall chairman, with Joyce Sumberg. cultural arts director. Iiilip Klutznick Speaker Al Synagogue Council LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 72-268-Acts of 1972 File No. 73 A 13 (Chapter 197 (FS) 1972 Supplement to Florida Statutes 19711 NOTICE IS HEREBY (HVKN thai NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thill id. undersigned, desiring to engage In husiticsi under tit, rictlllous nanti • %  ROYAI.E ENTERPRISES al Dul I'oUII.I. Flol l.l.i Kll HAUn P BRINKER "lerk i 'Ir.-ull Court. Had. Cnunty, Florida Hi P l' i luldstrand 11 i' 1 !lri mi i 'ourl Seal i :: 2 %  • p ilip M Klutznick, former IS Issador to the United Nations. I address a luncheon meeting of th. \ Si.jutv of Fellows of th. s ;ue Council of America o' .• licniard'a in the Carri .. \n Kim/nick serve' national advisory board e: council. Sarr.i. ; %  : i %  ,: 1;.ii• i. foundei of thi' i : ,i;r chain, and chair man ot Temple Emanu-EI board o: vi-'.ors. is honorary chairniv Samuel .1 Ualperin, Miami r is chairman of the luncheon Dr. In. %  •._ I.chrman. rabbi of ^Bple K.i .it-.u-El. is president ot ;he Synagogue Council of Amerca, which is the -umbrella" agency of the three branches of NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 72-268-Acts ot 1972 File No. 73 A 12 (Chapter 197 ( FS) 1972 Supplement to Florida Statutes 1971i NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVKX Ihnl llonnld I. Ilanm, Trustei Itoldi of fount* Tax Sale Certlflcnl. No. 77.14 Issu.-d ill. I-1 da) nf June. A 11 I Kill, ha* filed name In the Tax • '.!.. ,.,, %  •%  in..-, .ui.l ha* in;,.I, application turn lux di ..I In he issu, .1 t! Ti nil Said f'ertlfi Hi mln lie. Ihi follow ini .1. M-rlbed properly in ih. lade, si ii, i.f Florida, to-u 11 i ri of \\ iso ri i : % %  >.. ..-• \i, of Si:\ of SB', nf NK'i ANA l.i.i 11 In. ; %  ,, nEK 5 81 HIVKN that Cnumy. Florida int.nil ... reglstei i.mini.i I. Baron, Trustee holder of inme with the Clerk of the Clrcouniy Tux Sale Certificate No. 7730 %  un Ci.url uf Daile Cuuntv, l-'lorida issued the I HI duy of June. A I. I:I,., MORTON ISUI'SSBI. nas riled same In the Tax Collector'* l-llli.iiLAPIDCH •.iin-.mi.I has made application for ;( Leslie Howard [tenter tax iteed to be Issued thereon Knid Attorn.) foi applicant!: .rtiii. ;,i.. embraces the following II-JI cm National Bank Bldg. ilcxcrllied property in (hi Couul] nf Miami, l-'ia. Dade. Hi; i,l Florida, toMvill l.oi IK Hiuek 7. Hnmpl >ark, I'll,I Book 4\ Page S8, See i 31, Townahin .".:: South, Rang. (.. Bust, containing 11 ncre> r i e or leKH in ill.County nf Hade, Stal Klnrlda. The assessment of said property under Hi.said eertifieate wan in the name of: William Bell I'nlemi >.ii,l certificate Bhall In redeemed according i.. law, the pr r ty deM-rlbed herein will be nold to Hi. highest bidder for cash nl the Courthouse dnor mi the fii-.-i Mnniln) in ri>. month of Apr!!. 1873, which ithe 2nd das nl April, li'T::. ;n I0:.10 A M Dated ilii27th day of February, IN THE CIRCUIT COLRT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 73-183 GEORGE E. SCHUL2 i IHC: Bui I MAI Kll "E MIOATZ. a Keel NOTICE TO CREDITORS 'I'.. All i 'rediloi. I All Pi r*oi 'I ing i intmor Demands AjcaiUH s. I L'.'Ktate: You .i'i ... i.. notified and ri I Pi OI'.-MIII ,iits laim* :iml l7 I N0TICE X22Z*> f; CTITIOUS A !" dnUnlSrlji1vT.A. ..„„„,., ,„S., L A y v l-'i'-i publicnti f Ihlw noi II N l h l ls HEIIKin niVEN lhati ihe Hill dav or March. l-:i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW KOTH'K m HEKEIIY (UVK.N thai the undi-rniiciied, ilelrlnK i" %  •nu;m,in bUHlneHF under Ihe ficllllnuH IKIIII. "i TKKREP al BOI X IV, 111 Street, Miami. Fla. Intends to regiater Hald name .!ii the Clerk of tinClrcull I'ourl of Daile County. Florida, DAVID HAVI OCK U l-23-Sn t ii ,,, ... j ,, %  :MII 'i;n ,', .IIJIII (I. I-., STIVVA .." 1 "'" US nam S "' Attnrnej for AdmlnlMratrlx. C.T \ • WANNA .,i 26f.ili Palm Avenue. Hlan g A li„.le, rtulblinti b'Hh, bin Intend) i., rcxiHter wi d \ii-.mi Florlil with Ihe %  lerk of th. Clrcull Couri of I i.i.l. County. Florida KMII.Ki C( iltHAI.lCS :: 1a.33.sa I r. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 73-6134 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION NOTICE BY PUBLICATION in ii. The Marrlaw 'I lU'BI BN'B en U.l. \\ .. i .1 (1BKAI 11 i'H H.I. hUHliaail T I IERA I Ii i'H H.I I MI l.inu I Stri et Nl IV Ul M.l. II. I VOl' ARE HBItBlir notified dial n %  I '.--.. Inn. .ii ol MarrliiKe %  'i.-n filed ai-MiuM you, nnd %. >n nP'Jmr'nn l'.'"'."" m* ,' ''V i '' %  '"' %  lUUKOt.f Dad, V ol >oui nniwei o i %  r I leadii a ,, „, 'V'.;.',. J' ;:;',. atti.rn..> ,„,.,„„ i ::; ;.. Klorlda i ', '_--.• "I"— n.JsiatuliM res In th. i r R, s, %  Tow, Avenue, \\ %  %  ur „ : :. ,-„ u South, Rni.K. in Bam. % %  '" r monll • %  : ; %  founts r.( I stal. %  !' a %  :'' %  "' '.r. or llu si I irre.1 Th, IISMI mem r.f n ,1 pi M "• %  '" l l '" enter...! r lie said certificate way In llu „,„„,,„„. .,-, dai nl F, u \.ll mo ..i Mnrv.li, •.1 ',,, 1 ,' ,,,.'; ,.^'': 1 MYRA FBI IVSISBHKII IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 73-673 FRANK B. DOWLING in UK: Bhtati nl ui.i IAN FKi.vunitn I % %  ,. as, .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All i V. .Iu.,i and All Pi rsoi ll vui In I me nr I %  • in n dn VKIIIIO I Said i: • %  Yoy ;,•. %  hereb> n I pr, el 1. ims .i i:.l .1. i nu mi, i Inn %  njralns, ,i -ll f I.II.I IAN FEINHBIHi I Inte .,' I,. .i. ("nun I). Fl, I '" %  ". %  .' %  %  nV, '>' l „!, ,: erty d, -. nlI rein will '' ,,,. r hhrhesl bidder for %  Hie t iflr.-uit foiirt S..I.I1 I ourthouse door on Ihe rirsl t|..i rtnv "" s '" ., ,,......,..„ PHILIP Nl. KLUTZNICK \merican Jewry. Conservative. Orthodox and Reform, which rep resents the largest constttuenc} in organized Jewish life, approximately four million synagogue affiliated Jews. As B\.'i ,n I'lx First pub f this ', "•: %  : UROVER WBINSTB1N ^.STA1 P \ In the month of Vnrll l!>7 hid "-='••' Rv: SHBRWIN STAI'IIER. ESy 'Ii.. 2nd dav i.f \oril i',7". ,M in I Attornex foi Bl %  %  M IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Ullli.nl .lecM Dated tl.it. 7th dav ..f F.l.ru ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT %  ... i. ,,..!,. |:...,.l IN AND FOR • %  '. RICHARD P RRINKBR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA Clerk rir.nii Couri No 7 3-814 ri .i. V. .V.IM I-' ,.,. JGWYNN PARKER In l.'l l .tall ••! SIDN E\ \l. IIIRSCII I'.l'.Ki; L>, ...,l NOTICE TO CREDITORS r. P v i.ildHtraml DC. Clrcull Court Seal) NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICi-: is II i:i:i:i'.i C.IVEN ih .t ,!.,' iinderslKii. d deslrlntc to i .,, m .-I ii, ricutiou STANLIV L. STCRN Stanley L. Stern Given New Po*t At \$ oineteo's Stanlc L. Stern, senior vice president ui;.! director. Wometco EnterpriM'Inc.. has been given idditiona! -ponsibilities as aslistan •.. tr.e president for re Division Operations. announcement was made by *ell Wolfson, president, Wo Enti'iprises, Inc. Stern joined Wometco in He li->served the company icatre manager, motion piebooking executive, vice pres in charge of real estate and ranee. He was elected vice Idem In 1959. senior vice ident in 1967, and director in fctive in community and protonal associations, Mr. stern charter member of Variety >s International, Tent 33 (was .pient of its "Great Guy Ird," in 19691. and is a charter fcber and past president of the fida Chapl sr of the American Icty of insurance Management; liber, national board of direc American Society of Insur. Management: member, exec|c com:: Trade and ServSection. National Safely ncil; member, advisory board. ater Miami Insurance Educa Council Miami-Dade Junior t %  Model Apartments Open At Briekell Bay Club Brickell Bay Club. Miami's newest bay front condominium hiyhrise, is the latest project being developed by Michael Forte and Sons, a major real estate and development firm with a multitude of residential and commercial structures throughout New York and Dade County. Brickell Bay Club offers residences from one to three bedrooms as well as penthouses and a private club on the premises. with its own restaurants and lounge Models are open from 10 to 6 p.m., seven days a week at 2333 Brickell Ave. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOH DADE COUNTY CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-16137 NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 43 KKUM; i..w;si.;.\\ Plaintiff YS|n lit. .'I'll V YAM i Ml IRB.N'I I, ii k (( DOROTHY' VAKO RCIZ, (i k ,( 11. Y.\ K. i I II |R< I'I'll V I. V.Ms'( I, .1 ;il I, i. ndants Xi I'I'H K IS HiCRBIiY OIVBX innxuanl i" .HI Order or Final JU.1BIII.MH dated Mni %  Ii IH, I:'!:: nml i ntered In ,',\il Action i : X" T'J I. _: %  .. o| 111. 'Ircull "oui ludlclal i 'ircull in (in.I I.,, Dade Counly, I'l.-ri.la wherein ERI.IN'G I.ARKEN Ihe 1 day of March. 1!>73, Plaintiff, nnd DOROTHY VAKtl Vlt>'VI.\8, CAWS, BSQ, RBNO. :i U (i DOROTHY V M an el forth In NOTICE TO APPEAR I .. All Creditor* and All Personx Hnv\ \.\ r,|-.. I'IT 1.EAN1NO HBRY I I I'lulmr or DenuuiiU ARainvl Said :i ... y. -;i. Plaxa, Room 12. Xortl 1 ilii Klil, sht>i>lnn i enti-r, Miami. Fla InYouare hereby nolifie.l and required teiidi ... rev ti fcald name with il.a I to iirexenl uii) eli inn and d.-mandx. ci.-rk .., ih, Clrcull Couri of D wh'i-h > %  ... may hav. HBHIIIBI the "i-icouuiv Florl.l.i i.n. ..i SHiM.'Y .'I l|il:s,'lll:Ki:ii deDAVID M.II.'V ..(i-.-.1 hi!...f Dade County. Florida.I ;; J .;.. I .:-!:; ,.. ili. .'ir.-uif Judge* of Dade County. (in.I file ih. s(,ni. in ilunlir.'ii.. and na' %  ——— —• nmvlded In Section 733.1, I'l.ni.l. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Statute*. In their office* in the Counly ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Courthouse in n.i.i, County, Florida. IN AND FOR within M\ calendar month* from lln-| DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA lime of ihe find nubllcntion hereol GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ..i Hi. -:un. ivlll be barred Case No. 73-6415 Dated ai Miami. Florida iln2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION daj of March, .\ l> IH78 | IN' RE: PETITION" OF SARA JAM: HIRSCHRERtl .......i.-.. L inn KIIIK* Point I irlve Miami Reach. Florldu A* Admlnl*tratrlx Flral DUbllcatlon ot thl< notice Passover Meals In-Flight During the week of Passover, airline passengers will be assured of tasty Passover meals served enroute by United, Eastern, and Delta Airlines, which regularly feature Manischcwitz meals inj flight. Passover meals are pre-, I pared in the new Manischcwitz Frozen Food plant in Vineland, N.J., under strict supervision of Rabbis Isaac Siegal, Chaim Karlinsky. David L. Silver and Emanuel Gettinger. -aiil u.l. i nr Filial .ludami nt, l>it 19. IH...-I. 16. "i Coral (.able* Bill more Section, ncconlliut lo the Plal iln r. ..f rworded In Plal Rook 20, I'ai;,. :'V of the Public Record* of Dade County. Florida DATED iliis lfth day "l March if'T:!. RICHARD P RRINKBR Clerk of *ald > 'Ircull '' iurl Bj 11 RYAN Deliut.v Clerk I-T CT, SI:AI. 3 23 73 1ECAI NOTICt NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai •he undei Mk'i" -il. dealring i" enitare In buainau under Ihe flctltloua name of KAl'l, .1 SANTIAGO 4 ASSOCIATES a: 618 B '.'ih Street. Hlalenh, Fla. Intends to register ?-(i nl name with Ihe Clerk of '•" Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida R Ml. .1 SANT1AOO :' ;: %  .-:: I B-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN Rial ilw under*lcned, rte*lrln(t to emtaite in business under the fictitious name "i I.I:N REALTY MI MM All Baba Avenue i '"(• i •" ka, Fin, Intend* to retlater nnld name with the Clei* nf the Circuit Court of Dade County, Horlda UEONARD PECHEVIK J ^ J 3/9-16-23-30 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chanter 72-268-Acti of 1972 File No. 73 A 11 (Chapter 197 (FS) 1972 Supplement to Florida Statutes 1971) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN llnil Ronald i Baron, Trustee hold, r "i County Tux Bale Certificate No. 7733 led matter nf the above wtyled cau* BY PUBLICATION MIl.PKBl • STRAI i'H. Plaintiff v* MASON MOSI.BV, ., KiiiRle man, Defendiml %  I'M. MASON MOSI F.V. ., in(tie man i R.'vlil. i ... unknow n i nml Each and (ill unknown persons, parties (in,l defendant* who claim by. ihrouarh. under or aiealnsi the aforesaid MASON MOSI.BV. n oinjtle man, u-hi'ihir :,s spouses, heirs, devisee*. Itrantees, nsslsnees llenors. redltors trusteef or otherwise, as to ,:i.'h nnd nil of whom residence is unknown. (iinl Bach and all unknown persons, parties nnd defendants, ns t<, each nnd all <>f wh.im residence ; ~ unknown lu.vini: ..i clalmlnn in have any rlithl. title or Intereal In or lo the followini described property. \\lii,-1i is the sub. EDWARD WALKER. Husband nl i IENEVA IVA I.KER. n i EVERETT I. All EN Ri -ill.in.. I'nknnv n v. IP or, hi r. i > notlfle.1 thai Petitioners have filed a petition in the above sivl.-il Court for 111.a.l.inii n "f the minor child CHUNKY AI.I.KN. and you are iv.iuir.-il to show .-auso wtts the sain, si ,.ulil noi bi (trnnted, by servlns a copy of your written defenses, If any. upon Al FRED I>. IIIBI.BV. Attorney for Petitioners. 19 W. -t Flafler Street 211 RIs. ayne BulldiiiK. Miami Florida ""l"", anil i.v rilina the nriKlnal thereof with tl, i jerk nf the nhov. styled Court on ..r h, for, ii %  ila> ..' Aoril. !:•:: %  otherwise a decree may be entered attains! \,.u frrnnllnn *ald adoption WITNESS my hand and seal of said I-.UII al .Miami. Florida, ihis III .lay of March. 1973 Rli-IIARH P. BRINKER CLERK, ill:. I'IT iiUKT II) : c P. ri ipEI AN'li Deputy 'lerk :: 23-80 l 6-13 ssu.il the 1st day of June, A.M. 1!>7. lui* filed same in the T:IN Collector') office, i.n.i has made application for i lax deed to he issued thereon. Said Certificate embraces the followlnn described proiherty In tile County of Dade. State of Florida, to-wlt: B 73 fl of W ISO fl of N'...-Si : .X'K'i -SB 1 -N'Bi, -l.i-ss N -'• II AKA l/.i 4 Block i-'. Truman City V R. Section :tl Township U South, RanRe *" Bast, containing .24 arre* more nr It's*, in the Count) of Dade, Stale ,.r Florida. NOTICE OF ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE (NO PROPERTY) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-6390 ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN RB: The Marriage of I.II.I.IAM A PERBZ. Wife anil KAMi IN PEREZ. Husband TO: RAMON PEREZ '.!•_' Madison A\. nue Elisabeth. Ne Ji rsey Yi H ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED via: Lot I Block 16. BCNCHE PARK. according to the ulal thereof, as recorded in Plal B. ok SO, al Panre 20. of the Public Records "f Dade Countv. Florida. V.H'. AND BACH <>K YOU, ar. herehj notified thai a Complaint has '"•'' !,n nctlon ror Dissolution ol M..< i n riled i.v Hi., above named Plain'•"x• liff ntfaluMl you and each of you t. foreclose a mortgage on the above described property In the above styled Ifwrence Iu.im.-. attori>_e> for cause and you and each of you are. Petitioner, whose s hereby required to file an Answer to First sir. filed agninsl you BJ I you tire required lo servi a copy of your written defenses, if any. to ii in-v. |i W'lli M Ol INSH IK. 1497 described herein will be sold to the N.W "th Street, Miami 3312.". Florhiclnvsi bidder for cash al the CourtIda on or before Ih. ii day of Vnril house door on the flrsl Monday In the | 1973: ntherv loi of s.,i.i month of April. I97S, which Is the 2nd comnlninl will he taken as confeswd dav of April. 1973, ai 10:80 A M | hv von ,. .Miami. Floi Ida, and fil original with the clerh of the I \ i, .| court mi or before April Circuit "'ouri an,I to serve a ropy nfl 2.'.. 1973: otherwise a default "ill be such Answer nr other respoi • Hered ngainsl >,,u ror Ihe reli.i .(.• %  Pleading ii"..a Ihc PlninttfTs Attormanded in Ihe romplninl or netltlnn The iissi-ssmi'iit of said property I other Pleading responsive theretol tli under the said eertifieate was In the| with Hie Clerk or th, above entitled name of: Arthur C. Pedlcan c o Bdna Aahlev 1'ni.ss said certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the nropertj WITNESS mi hand and Ihc seal of said ...in-1 at .Miami Florida "i, this 1", dav of Man I 1973 RICHARD P BRINKER .v i 'lerk, circuit %  mi i Dad. Countv, I'l.-'la Dated ihis ;:iii day of February, 1973. RK'HAItn P. BRINKER, Clerk Clrcull Court Dade County Florida, B) r l' Ouldstrand D.C fClrruli I'OUII Seal) 2 8-J-16-23 DONE nnd ORDERED al the D Bv R M KISSBB Cnui'M Cnurthousi Miami. Florida. As Denuts Clerk this 1 d iv of \|...vii. i-.f: I (Clrcull Court Seall RICHARD P BRINKER I AWRBNCB F KAINB ri, ,'. ..f the •''• %  "I' Couri ~ '• P "' S'c-'' BY <: M KiRSEE i Miami. Florida Deputy Clerk I Attorney for Petll • :: 9-K-tS-M ;-::,i 4 i.-13 0 _o-ol ^ ,.-.-. :ai 4/6-13



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    Page IOC vJewlsli ffcricfiatjn Friday, March 23. 1H/J LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE (NO PROPERTY) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. Civil Action No. 73-4844 ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN RB: MAItKIAiiK BKTWBBN EVELYN 1.. SHIMAN and DAVID SIUMAN XI; MR. DAVID SHIMAN c MI* and M n William Aronaon Truman Road Newton. -Mass. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai an action f"i Dissolution .'I Marriage hai i i filed against you am! ycm are required to Berve .< copy of your written defenses, If ans to it on, OROVER WEINSTEIN .v STAI'BER, PA attorney for Petitioner, whose ad dress Is 350 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Florida, ami fii.the original With ill. • !.-rk of Hi.above styled courl mi ,r before April i. 1973; otherwise a ii. fault win be entered ajtalnst you fur the relief demanded in ihcomplaint ui answer .' ion ,,f mm I %  • rith the Clerk ol ihi .,:• %  Court am • % %  opi thereof 1 K.-.i I::M. •! i ',.• 1 %  • •. \. i o % % %  %  ..• %  .., |, .%  ". i k Circuit Courl i %  n P RI XVII I'. IHII i (>' uli 9-11 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deslrlnic to engage In pueinesi under the fictitious names ol IIAI;I.I COMPANY (Not Incorporated!: Dl'ROC COMPANY (Not Incorporated) at number 19 W Flagler 81 .v., L'li. In the City of Miami. Florida, Intend to register the said name' with tinClerk of the Clrcull Court oi I lade County, Florida. Dated ai Miami. Florida, this ":: <\.,\ of February, IT?::. Alfred D Bleley PeRKJ Blelej 9-16-23 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE INO PROPERTY) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-4762 ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN RE: THE MARRIAGE I '!•". RAMON Iv RIVERA. Husband and MOIRA RIVERA, Wife. TO: MOIRA RIVERA Smith Pariah Hamilton. Bermuda or MOIRA RIVERA General P.O. Box i-'iO Hamilton Bermuda YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that un action for Dissolution of Mairlajre has been filed attains! you and you are required to serve a copy ol your written defenses. If any. to it Oil MARVIN ROSS FRIEDMAN, attorney for Petitioner, whose address Is 8731 S.W. 8 St., Suite 109, Miami. Florida ,•13134 Telephone: M6-6486, and file the original with the clerk of the above styled court on or before April 6. 1973; otherwise a default will )>• %  en-l tered against you for the relief de-l manded in the complaint or petition ; This notice shall be published one, • arh week for four consecutive week* it THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN WITNESS my hand and tinseal Ol IN THE CIRCUIT Cv-URT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDK IAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA General Jurisdiction Division CASE NO. 73-4666 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN RE: TDK MARRIAGE OF MARCELLA JANE MANN Wife and CHARLES C MANN' Husband TO: CHARLES C MANN l lo Lynn street BlosabuAr. .P"li>i'> lwmia 16912 TO!*, CHARLES C MANN, are hereb) notlf'ed that an action for Dissolution of Man ace has heen filed agalntl you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defense if any. to it on ARTMI'R s DAVIS, Attorney for Petitioner, M-110 Blscayne Building-, in Weal Flagler Street, Miami. Florida 83130. and file the original with the Clerk of the above-styled Court on or before April 4. 1973, otherwise a Default Will he entered against you for ill, relief demanded in the Complaint or Petition, This Not lee shall he nuhlished once each week for four eonsei'lltive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. WITNESS mv hand and the seal of said Court at Miami. Florida, on this 26 day of February, H'TS. RICHARD P. BRINKER as Clerk circuit Court Dade County Courthouse Dad.Countv. Florida Bv: R. M. KI88EE Deputy Clerk (Circuit Court Seal) ,1 2-n-lfi-DT LEGAL NOTICE UIHII1 Id court at Miami. Florida on IhU 26 dnv of l-vi... 1973. RICHAR]' I' BRINKER Ai "lerk. Clrcull Court Dade I 'nut I Floi I i:v R M KISSKR As Deputy Clerk !. I Courl S FRIEDMAN AND I.1PCI >\ VIARVIN i:> >SS FRIEDMAN J737 S W SI Suiti 19 I Teleohi e M6-I Vtton es f. i Petll loner %  • %  'i-ifl-:'.i IN *HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE E .EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA CASE NO. 73-4926 is RE Pi A %  • %  ; NOTICF %  I • wfl • %  •... 1 vroi u in notified I 'I Pel I %  • %  %  Vu "•' %  • hi II %  I I. |. South x Avenu ,t a ,.,. or befoi ,I>I I. 19: file | %  %  c %  I > ,-, ,„-. II • ; .' : rellel ill manded in I (VITNr SS mv hand I Irti i.. ... I • fl I : R \t I leout v NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 72-268 -Acts of 1972 File No. 73 A 10 (Chapter 197 (FS) 1972 Supplement to Florida Statutes 1971) I'E IS EH i.i:v GIVEN thai Ron I Baron, Trustee holder of County Tax Sale Certificate No 77 1 issued the 1st das of June \ l> 197", ed i ante In tinTax Oolli ctoi and hat made uppllcu I ii in for %  ta d I to he It HUI d thei • % %  Sal I %  ate embi P follow ina di ertj %  n i 11 i %  nf Florida, b.-v N i. I ol :•>. i in en II. -. r \ n lnl H ok r. p ..... J7, Si ctIon -1. TOM IIKIIIIJ S II'II. Range I En tninina i". acre* mot less. Ihi i 'ounty of I i.i.l. state of | Fli rlda | assessnn i the -aid certificate WHS .. • \ • i .i ertll hall he re-! ..... will bi ild to the %  the CourtI • ii 'in the montl f Aoi 1973. v In, h Is thi \ M 1 %  i "th day of Feliruarj %  : RICHARD P BRINKER i "lerk i 'i .un i' irl Dadi counts Florida l' P F Guldstrand DC i:it i 'out t S-ali :;•• %  %  BRINKER Court '•"'EE Clerk :i 2-9-16-23 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE E-EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION Probate No. 73-1233 GEORGE E. SCHULZ lit RE KM., .• oi in TH v. K KECK EL. formerly KITH V HAOAN. I M-ceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All PersonHavIIIK Claims or Llemands Against. Said Estate: v. u are hereby notified and required !" > ni •-• '" any claims and di manda which you may have ajtalnst the ••-;',',;'. t -'"';" v KRECKEL formerly Rl'TH \ HAOAN. deceased lal Had,County, Fl IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION CASE NO. 73-4824 NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF JOSEPH FERNANDEZ Husband and PATRICIA FERNANDEZ Wife TO: PATRICIA FERNANDEZ 1250 White Plaint Road Kronx. New York vor. PATRICIA FERNANDEZ, are hereby notified that an action for Dlasolutlon of Marrlaire has been filed aaralnat you and you are required t, serve a copy of your written defi i -. if any. to it on AHTHtlt s. DAVIS Attorney for Petitioner M-110 Blscayne rtuildlne. Hi Weal Flaaler Street ; Florida MIS", and file the orialnal with ihe clerk of the abovi styled art. on or before April 6 1973 erwtse a default will be entered u for the relief demanded not i. .Ida. to ihe Circuit •' %  of Dade Count? at .1 fll, the Wtalnat J* ?uol nti and :. | n In the Complaint or Petition %  ,'" ,' '' Florida Statutes. In %  ">"• Notice shall be published i '" %  '' ;• Ihe county Courteach week for four conserutlv P Dndi County, Florida with'" THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN in -iv calendar months from the urn. WITNESS my hand and '•" %  at publication hereof, or the ">' nuhlii ation of ihh Ihi .'i d dav of March 1973 M r> V BENNETT Attornev for Bxecutrlx 117v E 125th Street IS Miami. Florid;, '< if."" NOTICE UNDERVlCTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OI\ EN thai thi underslarned, dealrln* to ena ui •'• i thi fli -i Inus name of RIVIERA TOWERS ("ONDOMINH'M at Suite 702. 3O0 S Dadeland Boulevard, Miami. Fla Intends to Mid name with the Cl.rlof ih Courl of Dade Counti Florida imiKKA ASSOCIATES (.TO ,i :'-:•-16-23 NOTICE OF ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE (NO PROPERTY! IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-4256 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN III-7 M \ RRIAI IF. I IF JANICE MA RINO, and JOSEPH M KRINO Tl i: .1" ISEPH M \ RINI I %  -•; 3aratoirn Stt Eaal Bi ston \ln -% %  • husi ViH" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ulloi nf Marrlaae ha filed aaralnsl vou you are required to serve a ropv ^f your vrltti n defcni s, if any. M W P BNOE1 atl n r Pel IN hose addresi Is 1461 N W 17th \ venue, Miami Florida, and file Ihe oririn.il with the i l, • i or the above •Ivled court on or ho',,,-,. Anrll 6th., ~" r II • rv w i default n ill I ti r< d an you for 'hirelli de. minded In tl • %  imnlalnt or netltlon This : oi,, ,. ^all I.. nuhlished once • %  h o ,, i u r f< .in, rir : ve wi • ks h "i 11. FW1SH Fl ORIP1 > v WITNESS mv i and nnd the sen] of -aid i it Ml m Florida nn this ?! dav of I.-.-1,,-,, ,iv 1973 RICH VRD P BRINKER. N (• %  %  i • u" Courl Dad i • io IT i" i • %  i • iSHEA v n only Cli I %  • %  nuiitc ue ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SEMVICE (NO PHOPERTSi IN THE CIRCUIT COLRT OF THE ELEVUNTH JUDICIAL CIMCUIT OF FLOillDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-4348 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE is RE -Sli-lli ILAS .1 NAGLIERI, JR.. Husband KARENA \ VGUERI, Wife TO: KARENA NAGLIERI 1223 H \\ ay Baltimore, Maryland Yi'l' \i:i-: HEREBY NOTIFIED' that an action for Dissolution of Marrlaxe has been filed axninat you and required to serve a i opj of your written d.f, naes, it any, to it on DAVID K. STONE, attorney for Petitioner, whose address i.i"i N \\ 12th Avenue, .Miami. Florida, and file the original with the clerk of the above styled court on o before April 4 l73: otherwise a default will be entered auainst you for th>relief demanded in th,complaint or petition This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. WITNESS my hand and th.seal of said court at Miami. Florida on this L'l dav of Feb 11173. RICHARD P. BRINKER AH Clerk. Circuit Court Dade County, Florida By It M. KIS8EE As Deputy Clerk (Clrcull couri Seal) DAVID E. STONE. ESQ. BTIINE \SOSTCHIN P \ mi N w. 12th Avenue Miami. Florida 33123 Attorney for Petitioner 3 l'-!i-in-23 1E641 NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION No. 73-1138 in RE:: Batata of EVA HKiiU N. i % .-, eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All P< raoi II ivIns Claims or Demands AMrnal Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present aJis claims and demands winch you mas have asuinst thiestate of EVA BROWN, deceased late ,.f Dade County, Fl la, to the circuit Judges of Dade County, and file iio same In duplicate and as provided in Section 733 Hi. Florida Statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade Counts', Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the fust publication hereof or ill,, same will be barred Dated at Miami, Florida, this u'lsl day of February. A D, 1973. ANNETTE BROWN GODWIN ItlTM IS GORDON A. JAY CRISTOL As Executors First publication of this notice oni the 2nd dav of March. 1973. A JAY CRISTOL Attorney for Executors 21 Northeast First Avenue Miami. Florida 33131 3 '2-II-1R-23 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY PROBATE DIVISION PROBATE NO. 73-173 in RE: Estate of RITH A.MICON i i,. eased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Aaralnsl Bald Estati *i, „ an • rehy notified and renutn to present anj claims nnd demands which you i airalnst thi tat.of Rl'TH AMRON deceased late ,.. i ig I, r. ui tj i" • Ida 'o the Circuit Judges nf I lade Countv. 'lid file the name nd as provided In Sect Ules, in till In the '' 'ourthousi II I' nle "i unl > I within i ptiilar n froi %  Ime of the fli I nuh atlot the s mi. ill I barred Florida, thin 20 tins 1 of Fehruur) ID F \'n kbaum As EJ First publ this ni thi 2nd day %  I M u 1973 Henry Not I Attornev for I" -• II !:[..:" Hi Bll Miami. Florida I 16-23 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHS ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY PROBATE DIVISION PROBATE NUMBER 73-1386 (Formerly County Judges Court) in RB: Estate ol SADIE l.l'IIKU.. I i.i a.-eil. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml Creditors and All Pet u H me i 'aims •! Di mands Altai You are hereby notified and required to ine.-int %  ** %  wiiiisr del which you may have against the estate of SADIE LI'BELl '• • -* lal, of pad,Countv-. Florida to ltv> circuit Judges of Dade < %  unl) file th, same in duplicate and as provided in Section 733 16. Florida Statute m tl .ir offices In the I it Courthouse in Dad. County, Florida, within sis calendar months from the time of the first publication I %  %  • or the same will be barred. Hated at Miami Florida, thi! 6 day of March A D l78 IRVING LI'BELL As Executor First publication of this notice on the !
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    Material Information

    Title:
    The Jewish Floridian
    Physical Description:
    63 v. : ;
    Language:
    English
    Publisher:
    Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
    Place of Publication:
    Miami, Fla
    Creation Date:
    March 23, 1973

    Subjects

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    Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
    Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
    Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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    newspaper   ( sobekcm )
    newspaper   ( marcgt )
    Spatial Coverage:
    United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

    Notes

    Dates or Sequential Designation:
    Began in 1927?
    Dates or Sequential Designation:
    -v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
    General Note:
    Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
    General Note:
    Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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    University of Florida
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    All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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    lccn - sn 96027667
    ocm35317254
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    AA00010090:02303

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    llMush Flaridiajri
    Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
    Volume 4S Number 12
    Miami, Florida Friday, March 23, 1973
    Three Sections Price 23 at
    AJCommittee Asks Askew To Guard Against Quotas
    Dr. Charles R. Bober, pros
    idcnt of the Greater Miami
    Chapter, American Jewish Com-
    mittee, has askod Gov. Reubin
    Askew, in a letter to him, to
    institute guidelines so that the
    Governor's directive to Florida
    aecncies to hire more members
    of disadvantage groups by set-
    ting goals and a four year tim
    table not become a quota system.
    In commending Gov. Askew
    and supporting the Governor's
    position that special and sub-
    stantial efforts are needed to
    make a reality of equal oppor-
    tunity commitments. Dr. Beber
    asked that ways be found to
    permit every man and woman to
    wi k at the highest level of his
    What's happening here..,
    REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY
    The next several weeks will be critical to the success of the 1973
    Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund Campaign.
    At present, 56,331,939 has been committed to help Jews in need
    both here and abroad. This figure represents a 24 per cent increase
    over the same gifts to last year's campaign, but it is not adequate
    to meet our financial commitment to our 22 local agencies and serv-
    ices and our national and overseas beneficiaries.
    Our goal this year is SI 5 million. Only by redoubling
    our efforts and reexamining our own gifts can we hope
    to reach this goal.
    $15 million is a realistic figure for this Jewish
    community. The unrealistic thinq would be for us to
    ignore our often-stated pledge that the Jewish people
    and the State of Israel must survive.
    The unrealistic thing would be for us to say to the
    hundreds of thousands of people our agencies serve, "We
    can't help you this year maybe next year."
    For these individuals; the sick, the oppressed, and
    those very brave Soviet Jews who ore struggling to make
    new lives in the Promised land they need our -
    port today.
    Those of us who have been active in Federation campaigns in
    the past know from experience that once people understand the scope
    of our life-saving work they respond.
    Your questions can be answered by phoning or visiting the
    Federation building, the central address of Miami's Jewish community.
    Your commitment is needed today ... for all the tomorrows
    that we hope to make better.
    Norm* C. Kipnit
    Associatt General Chairman
    1973 Combined Jewish Appeal-
    Israel Emergency Fund Campaign
    | Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
    I 1973 Combined Jewish Appeal
    land Israel Emergency Fund Campaian
    i Cuba's Jews Struggling
    To Maintain Community
    NEW YORK Cuba's dwind-
    ling Jewish community is car-
    rying on a valiant struggle to
    maintain Jewish life without the
    assistance of any rabbis, cantors
    or professional teachers. Unless
    adequate aid can be provided,
    members of the American Sec-
    tion of the World Jewish Con-
    gress were told by Lavy Becker
    of Montreal, this community
    "born in 1906, right after the
    Spanish-American War, will al-
    most completely vanish by the
    end of this century."
    Similar concern for the one
    million Jews of Latin America
    was expressed by Dr. Gerhart M.
    Riegner, of Geneva, WJC sec-
    retary-general. "Unless we help
    these Jewish communities come
    through this difficult period, we
    will soon be faced with another
    serious crisis," he said.
    Dr. Riegner stressed that
    "economic and political uncer-
    tainties rather than anti-Semi-
    tism represents the root of Latin
    American Jewry's problems." He
    said that the WJ Congress had
    already united the divergent
    factions of Latin America into
    Continued on Page 15-A
    skill without resorting to
    racial, religious or ethnic quotas
    or proportional representation
    based on sex.
    Dr. Beber told the Jewish
    Floridian "failure to eliminate
    Inequalities based on race or sex
    did not justify unacceptable
    short cuts in social policy which
    substitute groups rights for in-
    dividual rights by setting 'goals'
    which are in reality 'quotas.' "
    "NOT do we countenance the
    institutioi*alization of a system of
    quota- and proportional repre-
    sentation, the proportions of
    which weaken rather than
    strengthen equality of oppor-
    tunity," Dr. Beber said.
    "Research on the part of
    AJC." he continued, "has indi-
    cated that numerical goals easily
    degenerate into rigid quotas ar.i
    that substuuting group rights f3r
    individual rights only erodes the
    principle of merit.
    "Ignoring the merit system as
    a basij for advancement is also
    Continued on Page 11-A
    Slain U.S. Diplomat
    Said To Have Sought
    Israel, Sudan Links
    BOSTON' (JTA) Sen Thom-
    as F. Eagleton. D-Mo., said here
    "there is evidence that George
    (' Moore, one of the two Amer-
    ican diplomats murdered by
    Black September terrorists in
    Khartoum, Sudan "was actively
    engaged in efforts to begin a
    dialogue between Sudan and li-
    rael through the United States."
    Sen. Eagleton said he did not
    believe "that the attack on our
    diplomats in the Sudan was sim
    ply a question of their taking
    advantage of an opportunity. It
    was a well-planned attack, and
    it was designed to interfere with
    a dialogue that might eventually
    have led to peace negotiations in
    the Middle East."
    Sen. Eagleton, who was Sen.
    George McGovern's original run-
    ning mate in the 1972 presiden-
    tial election campaign, made his
    remarks in the course of an ad-
    dress at the leadership dinner
    of the Combined Jewish Phi-
    Israelis Not
    On Red Sea
    JERUSALEM (JTA) The
    Government denied this week
    two claims by Southern Yemen
    that Israel has established a
    presence on the Ethiopian coast
    and on several islands in the
    Red Sea which command the
    shipping lanes to and from the
    Indian Ocean.
    The Southern Yemeni embassy
    in Beirut claimed that Israel
    has leased the Ras (Cape) Sin-
    tian from Ethiopia where it was
    allegedly building an air and
    naval base some 30 kilometers
    from the Yemeni island of Perim
    that controls the southern en-
    trance to the Red Sea.
    Perim was the base for a
    rocket attack on the Israel-
    bound tanker Coral Sea in June,
    1971. The Southern Yemeni
    embassy in Baghdad claimed
    that Israeli forces had occupied
    five islands in the straits of
    Bab El Mandab.
    The islands were not identi-
    fied but the Beirut embassy
    indicated that they included
    Zuqar Island in the Hanish
    group.
    lanthropies of Greater Boston.
    He described Moore, the 47-
    year-old charge d'affairs at the
    U.S. Embassy in Khartoum, as
    "an outgoing man who believed
    that the widest guifs between
    nations could be bridged by
    good humor and dialogue.
    NCJW Convention
    To Open Monday
    Vanguard of more than 800
    delegates to the 30th biennial
    convention of the National
    Council of Jewish Women
    (NCJW) will begin arriving here
    today for the four-day conclave
    which opens Monday night at
    the Deauville Hotel in Miami
    Beach.
    The Greater Miami section
    of the NCJW is acting as host
    for the conference with Mrs. Irv-
    ing (Reva) Wexler, a member
    of the national board, serving
    as convention chairman. Mrs.
    Philip t Elaine) Bloom, presi-
    dent of the host section, heads
    Greater Miami's delegates.
    Other national board mem-
    bers include Mrs. Dorothy Op-
    penheim. with Mrs. Myra Farr
    a national vice president and
    Mrs. Martha Myers a national
    honorary vice president Mrs.
    Evelyn Cohen is a number of
    the national nominating com-
    mittee.
    Mrs. Julie Eisenhower will ad-
    dress delegates and guests at
    Monday's opening session, sched-
    uled to begin at 8 p.m. Mayor
    Chuck Hall of Miami Beach will
    extend greetings.
    Highlight of the evening will
    be the keynote address of Gov.
    Reubin Askew, who will be hon-
    ored with the John F. Kennedy
    Award.
    This award is made biennially
    by NCJW to someone who has
    distinguished himself in giving
    service to a cause meaningful to
    the late president. It is awarded
    for dedication and commitment
    for social progress achieved
    through political channels and
    legislative action.
    As the NCJW begins the cele-
    bration of its 80th anniversary,
    delegates will vote on resolu-
    tions, plan programs, and decide
    on Council's priorities by "Fo-
    cusing on the Future," the
    theme of the 30th biennial meet-
    ing.
    Helping to open the conven-
    tion session Monday night with
    Mrs. Eisenhower will be Greater
    Miami section, NCJW Council-
    ettes. the youth group of NCJW
    Continued on Page 15-A
    Israel Denies Story
    Of Nixon Pressure
    JERUSALEM (JTA) Re-
    ports that Israel is being pres-
    sured by the Nixon Administra-
    tion to disown the Jackson
    Amendment were denied by
    authoritative sources here this
    week.
    A source close to Premier
    Golda Meir told the Jewish
    Telegraphic Agency that Pres-
    ident Nixon made no such re-
    quest of Mrs. Meir at their
    White House meeting March 1.
    According to the sources, the
    subject of Soviet Jewry was
    raised at that meeting. Nixon
    said that he understood the
    Israeli leader's concern, and
    added that he believed in the
    value of quiet diplomacy.
    But he did not speak of Mrs.
    Meir's intervention in the de-
    bate over the Jackson Amend-
    ment, and it would have been
    Continued on Page 5-A
    k


    Page 2-A
    EvJfewllB Fhricfiar
    Friday, March 23, 1973
    David Tow To Be Installed
    As BB Council President
    David 1. Tow, of Miami, will bo
    Halted as president of the South
    lorida Council of B'nai Brith
    1

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    V ii. on
    the Seville
    March 23
    IL.tel .it
    I for two terms, vice president of
    I 'he Florida Region BBYO steering
    committtee, twice president of the
    Florida Region BBYO steerin
    committee, and three terms as
    State BBYO chairman.
    Prime objective of the Men's
    Council to which Mr. Tow will
    give leadership, is to serve as the
    coordinating body for 5.000 B'nai
    Brith Men and 40 Lodges in South
    Florida.
    "Activity and interest in the
    South Florida Council," reports
    Mr. Tow. "is at an all time peak
    I'eople who unite to improve the
    lot of their organization auto-
    matically arc doing the same thing
    to their community. It is my hope
    in continue that spirit of brother-
    hood and build upon the founda-
    tion established by my prede-
    cessors."
    Outgoing president, Judge How-
    ard Xcii. will serve as honorary
    trustee. Master of ceremonies for
    the installation breakfast will be
    Judge Milton Friedman, also a
    product of Aleph Zadik Aleph.
    Other elected officers are Fivd
    Snyder. president-elect; Henry
    lo. currently a certified Howard, (icoi '; Kotin. Barry Gur-
    land and Lou Bonchick, vice pres-
    idents; Bernard Austein. secre-
    tary; George Levy, treasurer; Sol
    Kaye, Al Golden, Melvin Peigeies,
    .Max Marin, Herman Nudeiinan.
    William Thompson. Sidney Ritter,
    Sol Klein. Abe Clieckman and Moe
    Mehlman.
    Soict Activists
    May Be Arrested
    NEW YORK (JTA) Six-
    Moscow Jewish activists who pro-
    tested the refusal by Soviet of-
    ficials to gunt them exit visas
    were threatened with arrest un-
    der a new edict issued Dec. 25.
    it was reported here by Jewish
    sources
    The six went to the OYIR of-
    fice in Moscow two months ago
    to apply for exil visas and were
    told to return. When they did
    so several days ago. OVIR of-
    ficial- told them flatly, "Your
    applications have been denied."
    according to the sources.
    The activists then went to
    the KGI! office where they
    were told that the refusals were
    .justified and that further com-
    plaints should he made to the
    Ministry of the Interior. When
    they threatened to initiate a
    hunger strike in protest, the
    militia was called and ordered
    them to leave the premises,
    sources reported When they re-
    fused to do so. they were taken
    to a 'sobering up station "
    public accountant, as a teenager
    I .id the offici s of secretary and
    icmbcrship chairman in A/.A 322,
    Miatt i
    A native of Brooklyn, N. Y the
    > -' ung president has been a
    resident ul Miami far 24i year-, a
    product oi Miami Senior High
    School. He achieved a BBA in
    seceuoring from the University of
    Miami and received his Florida
    i'\ certificate in 196.1.
    Jack Kirschhaum. past president
    of the B'nai B'rith Council of
    auutn Florida Lodges, will act as
    installing officer. Featured speaker
    will be Louis Ossinsky. Jr., pres-
    identelect of B'nai Brith District
    Grand Lodge 5. of Ormond Beach.
    Mr Ossinsky will be introduced by
    Ben Goldfield. past president of
    I'he new president has served as 'Florida State Association.
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    *Jewisti fhridPain
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    r
    Dr. William A. Wexler
    Feted Here April 21
    Dr. William A. Wexler, honor-1 'he president's and century clubs.
    aiy president of B'nai B'rith. and i'hese are composed of men and j
    chairman of BB's International j .vompfr commitHdk to the perpetu-'
    lion 'of the Jewish Heritage j
    through support of the Hilel
    Foundations on college campuses,
    and the AZA and B'nai B'rith
    Girls, the teenage groups. Mem-
    bers of BBYO and Hillel will lake .
    part in the special Seder and
    musical program, which will high-
    light the Salute to Israel celebra-
    tions taking place in Greater
    Miami during this period.
    Dr. Wexler served from 1968 to
    1971. as BB international pres-
    It, it> 18th chief executive. Me
    served two one-year terms as
    chairman of the conference of'
    'sidents of major American
    Jewish organizations, and is cur
    i-iiiiv chairman of the World Con-
    ference of Jewish Organizations
    (COJO).
    \- president and chairman of
    lh? BBIC, Dr, Wexler has traveled
    all over the world, meeting with
    national and international leaders
    on matters of concern to the J ,\
    . di unitj A resident of
    ii aunah, (la., "Bill" Wexler has
    i. acth in a leader-hip role
    in the UJA. Israel Bonds, and the
    rewish Community Council. He is
    also vice president of the National
    rewish Welfare Board, and pres-
    ident 1063-69 of the Southern
    legion of the Council of Jewish
    Federations and Welfare Funds
    In January. I960, he was the re-
    'ipient of Israel Bond's "Eleanor
    Roosevelt Humanities Award."
    \ musical program will be pre-
    sented under the direction of
    \rie Kadurl, based on a script
    written for the occasion by (Jirt
    Bossak. BBYO director for this
    region. Featured in the program
    will be the Joyce Farber. lyric
    coloratura soprano, and a choral
    group from the BBYO and Hillel.
    Reservations may be made
    through B'nai B'rith lodges or at
    the headquarters of the B'nai
    B'rith Foundation, at 420 Lincoln
    Rd.
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    Information On Legislation r
    DR. WIUIAM A. WtXIER
    Couni il. will be the guesl of honor
    at the Pa sovi i Festival of the
    B'nai B'rith Foundation on April
    21, at the Fontainebleau Hot:'!, it
    was announced by Murray Shaw,
    general chairman of the gala
    a flair.
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    erations, the youth services of the
    organization, and the members ol
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    WASHINGTON. DC. Once
    again in Vietnam. President Nix-
    on has a challenge confronting
    him. The North Vietnamese vio-
    lations of the cease-fire accord
    are becoming just about as gross
    and flagrant as Hanoi's viola-
    tions f the Laotian treaty nego-
    tiated bj Gov. Averell Harriman
    in 1062'
    The whole subject is being
    played down by the American
    Volume 46
    Friday, March 23, 1972
    Council Has Met Test Of Time
    The fad that the National Council of Jewish Women is
    ceiebrating its 80th birthday as it meets in convention on
    Miami Beach will surprise many, for its outlook and its
    approach to the issues of our times is as bright and as
    fresh today as when it was organized as the 19th century
    was drawing to a close.
    Council is still concerned with day care, with fighting
    pDverty, with helping the elderly as well as the adolescent.
    It has been in the vanguard of Jewish organizations on the
    pressing guestions of civil rights and peace. Its concern
    has extended beyond the national borders to assist Jews
    in Europe and Israel, and beyond parochial Jewish inter-
    ests in working with Protestant, Catholic and N^gro organi-
    zations in the successful interracial and interreligious pro-
    gram of Women in Community Service.
    In its 80-year history, Council has met the test of time
    with its deeds of loving kindness, as has been said of it.
    Different Stances Confusing
    If some Jewish spokesmen are expressing concern
    about guestionnaires that indicate the religion of the appli-
    cant, or quota systems and ethnic census-taking, there are
    times when others appear to take a different stance that is
    bound to confuse the opposition, and some Jews.
    The Jewish Telegraphic Agency obviously has been
    seeking to unearth Jewish Prisoners of Wars emerging
    from Vietnam and have managed to report at least three.
    But, it also reports, "The Navy has declined to make pub-
    lic any information of this nature" with no hint of commen-
    dation for this arm of our government carrying out Jewish
    defense agency philosophy.
    As for Rabbi William Berkowitz, reelected president of
    the New York Board of Rabbis, he made it plain that he
    was against ethnic census and quotas in the City Univer-
    sity system in the same speech that he warned politicians
    that there is a Jewish vote and that he expected it to be
    courted as they were wooing the blacks, Puerto Ricans,
    Catholic and Protestant votes. Which, in old-fashioned po-
    litical terms, means that the Jews expected their share
    (quota) of whatever will be passed out as reward.

    I
    Sephardic Jewry Resurgence
    Although they have a place in American history as
    the pioneer Jews of this continent, as well as Latin America,
    the Sephardic Jews have almost been a forgotten element
    in our present society. The recent organization of the Amer-
    ican Sephardic Federation, in whose founding a number of
    local people were prominent, promises to rectify that over-
    sight.
    The Federation is, of course, an important step toward
    unifying the aims of the more than 100,000 Sephardim in
    the United States and an act that can only be viewed as
    further strengthening American Jewry. It will bring into
    the mainstream of Jewish communal life a large group
    whose culture and heritage have been largely ignored,
    since the waves of Ashkenazic immigrants began to arrive
    on these shores in the late 19th century.
    A not unimportant offshoot of organization will be to
    give the Americans a greater voice on the international
    Jewish scene. The vitality and wealth of the American
    Sephardim is certain to be a factor in the growing strength
    of the Sephardic community in Israel. Organization of the
    Federation is a logical response to that situation.
    Q/gW/WS TO AMERICA
    HIAS CMTEWNQ IT'S 90h YEAR.
    OF HELPING MSW IMMIGRANTS
    press which was a great mi
    take in 1962. joined in bj
    reporter. On that occasion. Ha-
    noi's representatives promisi !
    Gov. Harriman to withdraw
    troops from Laos and to i
    using Laos as a corridor to
    plj the war in South Vietnam
    HANOI began cheating,
    ever, the day Harriman and
    era were proudly photographed
    signing the treaty that "solved"
    the problem of Laos.
    In 1962. as a token of
    drawal," a couple of dozen N
    Vii tnamese troops were par
    "withdrawing" in front of in-
    ternational observers and
    iphers. The other thou
    i emaim d in Laos and were hei
    ... ii >-., r time.
    THE USE of the Ho Chi
    ., main supplj i
    soutl > .i- con!
    h better orgai ized
    .
    In th i1:.....I Instanci
    warni I the imm
    in< r ..- in the move
    i s nrth Vietnamese rej
    . and supplies over the H
    Minn Trail to South V I
    It i> not a bad estimate
    . > the ii K>p movement is
    rently at the rate of 30,000
    a : >nth or the highest I
    re reached in preparation for
    li's unsuccessful 1972 offen-
    sive,
    THE MOVEMENT of supplies
    i on11mini mi Page 8-A
    COMMENT
    Once upon a time 1 begin
    this way because 1 have come
    around to the belief that it now
    belongs with so many other fairy
    tales of our society land-use
    zoning was seen as a triumph of
    rational planning over haphaz-
    ard growth. Rugged individual-
    ists fought the intrusion of gov-
    ernment on their right to do
    what they plea-cd with their
    property during the early part
    of this century and cheered the
    Supreme Court justices who held
    that property rights are the
    cornerstone of the Constitution."
    TODAY, of course, if one fol-
    lows the local headlines, the op-
    posite it true. Many of us and
    I include myself among them
    have faced zoning and planning
    boards and local governing
    bodies to demand that large mini-
    mum lot and house size require-
    ments be maintained or insti-
    tuted. The restricted height of
    buildings, or outright bans on
    apartment developments arc de-
    manded. In Dade County today,
    and in many other parts of the
    nation, there is probably no sub-
    ject more controversial from a
    legal, economic, social and po-
    litical standpoint.
    It conies as a shock to one's
    self-image, therefore, to read a
    headline over letter to the edi-
    tor in the Miami News which
    tells it like it really is: "Let poor
    and black live anywhere but
    Beach.'' What with water prob-
    lems and the like, let's not sin-
    gle out Miami Beach. It could
    have read Key Biscayne, Coral
    Gables, South Miami or Any-
    where, Suburban, U.S.A.
    FOR THE TRUTH as op-
    posed to the myth of zoning
    policy today is that it is meant
    to be exclusionary of the poor
    in our society, not only blacks
    but whites as well. For the im-
    mediate victims of the thrust to
    enforce long-neglected building
    codes on Miami Beach are thou-
    sands <'f elderly Jews as well as
    the low-income Cubans and
    blacks who have established
    themselves there lately.
    it has been dear for many
    years now that most of the ur-
    ban ureas of our nation are dy-
    ing financially and literally
    from problems such as wel-
    fare, poor housing, segregated
    schools, high crime rates, loss of
    ratables as industry and business
    moves out, just to mention a
    few.
    and. in sharp contrast to
    the cities which are rapidly lie-
    coming black and brown en-
    claves, we see the suburban
    areas burgeoning they now
    have a greater population than
    the cities as almost exclusively
    white, middle-class defensive po-
    sitions. The prophecies of the
    reports on violence in the '60s
    that we are becoming two socie-
    ties, one black and one white,
    would seem to be too far dis-
    tant of fulfillment.
    I have no doubt that we are
    dealing with a complex area of
    both the law and human emo-
    tions, involving deep prejudices.
    And while I do not want to risk
    over-simplifying the issue, I think
    we should not lose sight of the
    type of society we wish to live
    in or. if we can think ahead,
    that of our children. Apartheid,
    economic as well as racial, is
    what we appear to be heading
    for unless the trend is reversed,
    and if that reads a bit over-
    dramatic the situation is in itself
    one of high drama.
    UNDER OUR present system,
    home rule in zoning matters pro-
    vides the effective barrier to sig-
    nificant change. But through the
    courts as in the case of educa-
    tional segregation and through
    legislative action at both federal
    bv EDWARD COHEN
    and state levels, the social .
    tion groups are beginning
    attack.
    On this they may have
    unexpected allies, for home
    apartment builders, and
    gage lenders, have a stake I
    cracking the substantial sul i -
    ban market and if social jusl
    isn't their goal this wouldn't '
    the first time in our history
    conflicting ideologies and i
    noniic interests Joined for
    common good.
    WHETHER moving some I
    the poor into the suburbs
    bring a more humane urban en-
    vironment is open to quest
    as we have learned with the fai
    ures of urban renewal and low-
    cose public housing. Critics rec-
    ognize that the displacement of
    people from familiar neighb
    hoods, rather than seeking to re-
    habilitate those areas, was
    answer. 1 feel this to be partic-
    ularly so in South Beach where
    1 tnink the local Jewish commu-
    nity has an even greater stake
    than just decent housing for the
    elderly poor.
    This unique area contain
    history and a way of life v.
    today has few duplicates in the
    world. The planned dispersion
    of course, will eliminate this
    haven of elderly European -born
    Jews, whose like we will m
    see again. Much sooner than the
    short time left them anyhow
    Their exodus is surely not on a
    par with others in our history.
    but there is an added sadness in
    the feeling that our affluent
    Jewish society might have been
    able to prevent it had not it be-
    come our conviction that a de-
    cent environment is, as the head
    line I quoted earlier, too good
    for the poor.


    .
    Friday. March 23. 1973
    +Jewish fkridian
    Page 5-A
    Jewish National Groups Renew
    Attacks On HEW Quota Stand
    By Special RpGrt
    NEW YORK Six national
    Jewish organizations this week
    told the Department of Health,
    Education & Welfare they were
    "shocked and dismayed" by its
    response to their charges of 33
    separate instances of reverse dis-
    crimination in faculty hiring and
    college admissions.
    The statement was contained in
    a letter to Samuel I.'. Solomon.
    special assistant to the Director
    of IIEW's Office of Civil Rights
    the "ombudsman" appointed by
    HEW to monitor complaints of
    discriminatory practices arising
    from affirmative action programs.
    "After waiting six months for
    your answer, we were distressed
    to note thai it addressed itseif to
    only 13 of the 33 instances of dis-
    crimination which we called to
    your attention." the six organiza
    tions declared, adding:
    "As to the 13 cases discussed in
    your reply, all but one were dis
    missed cursorily: their implica
    tions were not analyzed in dept'
    and case law which reached en
    tirely different conclusions .
    was ignore.!
    "Even where the merit of our
    position w.i- partially recognized
    there is no indication that correc-
    tive action was taken or planned.'
    The six Jew. ;anizations
    tl 'it m gned the i tter v'.cro:
    dath Isra I ri< i \m
    ii ,.:i Jewish ommittee, Ameri
    Jewish Congi Anti-Defamstion
    League of B'nai B'rith, Jewish
    I abor Committee and Jewish War
    \ eterans of the U.S.A.
    A memorandum documenting
    ''dangerous trends" in colle;
    hiring and admissions was -
    mitted to the then-Secretary of '
    HEW. Eiliot Richardson, at his
    request last August by the six
    .'(wish groups.
    The offending policies resulted
    from "distortion" by local HEW
    and college officials of affirmative
    action programs to increase the
    representation of minority per-
    sonnel and women, the Jewish
    organizations charged.
    Jan. 8. Mr. Solomon responded
    to the August memorandum, ft is
    this response that the Jewish or-
    ganizations answered this week.
    Jan. 12. the six organizations sent
    another memorandum to HEW de-
    tailing 19 new examples of reverse
    discrimination that they said were
    of such gravity as to command
    immediate attention." Their com
    munication and Mr. Solomon's
    apparently crossed in the mail.
    In their letter this week the
    Jewish organizations took issue
    with Mr. Solomon's response to
    their challenge of a Federal reg-
    ulation that states: "Neither
    minority nor female employees
    should be required to possess
    higher qualifications than those
    of" the lowest qualified incum-
    bent."
    The Jewish groups had charged
    that as interpreted by at least
    one HEW official the rule was
    construed to mean universities
    must reject whir.' male applicants.
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    no matter what their qualifica-
    :.'>:.-. it a female or minority ap-
    plicant met the qualifications of
    'the least aualified incumbent."
    They noted in their memor-
    andum that President Robben W.
    Fleming of the University of
    Michigan had cited and attacked
    this interpretation by a Chicago
    HEW official, and they urged
    HEW to seek rescission of the
    Federal regulation.
    Mr. Solomon replied that, as
    administered by HEW, the rule
    was merely a "suggestion" apply-
    ing only to promotions not
    hiring and did not "require the
    emp.'o>ment of a person solely be-
    cause that individual meets the
    qualifications of the least quali-
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    Today the Jewisn groups, noting
    that "suggestions coming from
    HEW acquire the force of com-
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    objectionable.
    "Your reply does not even deign
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    the merit system and institutional
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    rather than to tile level of the
    weakest incumbent.

    Israel Denies Story
    Of Nixon Pressure
    Continued From Page 1-A
    clone so. the source claimed.
    The sources were commenting
    on a report by columnists Row-
    land Evans and Robert Novak
    who said the Nixon Administra-
    tion was getting tough with the
    Israeli Government over the
    latter's support of the measure.
    It would deny Most Favored
    Nation trade status to the
    Soviet Union unless obstacles to
    emigration were lifted.
    According to Evans and No-
    vak, the President informed Mrs.
    Meir that he was not about to
    risk the U.S.Soviet detente on
    the extraneous issue of Jewish
    emigration from Russia. They
    unthinkable for him to have
    said that since then. Presidential
    emissaries have let the Isra
    Government know that Israel
    and the American Jewish lobby
    would be held accountable if
    the Jackson Amendment passes.
    Retirees Noon Luncheon
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    luncheon at the Montmartre Hotel
    Sunday to the second birthday ob-
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    York, president of District 65, will
    be the principal speaker.
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    Friday, March 23, 1973
    State Of Israel Bends
    Honors Miami Leaders
    State >if Israel Bonds will honor
    BCVeral Miami leaders in Jewish
    . mi dvic causes al "Night in Is-
    j".-ul" celebrations next week.
    On Monday at The Corinthian I.
    Ely and Mary Goldstein will re-
    reive the state of Israel Atzmaut
    (Independence) Award for ""their
    lifetime of outstanding philan-
    thropic and charitable service in
    St. Lndc and in Miami." according
    no Corinthian Israel Bond chairman
    Ahui Hmmm
    The following n>eht. Tuesday.
    Marti Skopit will be honored by
    jriends and neighbors at the Foun-
    tainview Apartments. Fountainview
    brae] Bond chairman Michael Gen-
    said th.it Mrs. Skopit's chari-
    table endeavons include Jewish
    War Veterans Auxiliary 682. Ila-
    --. h, Pioni er Women. Miami Vet
    . is llsapitai, Sunland Training
    'enter, and the North Dade Chil-
    - Cent r
    0 Wednesday residents of Skv
    .', Gardens will honor Philip
    Peinberg, who h;is lived in Florida
    or seven years and is "a tireless
    worker for community affairs." ac
    cording to Israel Bond chairman
    Charles Garten. Mr. Finher
    I i w > as vice president of the Sky
    Lake Men's Club, chairman of the
    - ntertainment committee, and di- <
    rector of Condominium 4.
    Thursday night, the Israel Bond
    irganization will honor Julius and
    heresa Levine at Southgate Tow-
    i- "Night in Israel" chairman
    & Wfl nan said that the Le-
    ines ha\e each been president of i
    t te many organizations to which
    belong, and have chaired
    virtually every Israel Bonds and
    \ IEF function at Southgate. In '
    ii.ii. Mr. and Mrs. Levine were
    onored by the Jewish National]
    Fund, which planted a 10.000-tree
    forest in Jerusalem, known as the |
    Julius and Theresa Levine Secur-i
    i--\ Forest Mr. Levine is chairman '
    i the llillel Committee of the
    'laccabce Lodge of B'nai B'rith,
    i hile Mrs. Levine serves as Amer-
    can Zionist affairs chairman for
    Hadassah."
    One more "Night in Israel" pro-
    gram at the Del Prado Apartments
    on Sunday. March 25. will be a
    gala celebration of Israel's 25th
    anniversary and will be sponsored
    by B'nai B'rith Haven Lodge under
    the auspices of State of Israel
    Bonds. Dr. Harold Goldberg is
    serving as chairman.
    The "Night in Israel'' celebra-
    tions next week begin at 8 p.m.
    and will feature entertainment and
    refreshments.
    'Defamation'
    Topic Of Address
    By Thomas Cohen
    Thomas Cohen, president. Hill
    crest Lodge, B'nai B'rith. will be
    guest speaker for a program spon
    sored by the Brotherhood ol
    Temple Beth F.l at 8 p.m.. Wed
    nesday. He will speak on "Defa-
    mation and Anti Defamation."
    Mr. Cohen is a graduate ol
    Fordham University served as
    Commissioner of Human Rela-
    tions. Long Reach, New York:
    president. Congregation Shaari
    Israel. Brooklyn: president. Brook-
    lyn Region Zionist Organization of
    America: member, Brooklyn Cabi-
    net of United Jewish Appeal, and
    Chairman, Anti-Defamation League
    Appeal for Greater New York.
    The program is open to the
    public. Refreshments will be
    served There will be a Question
    and answer period.
    Law School Alums
    Meeting Friday Night
    The Florida Chanter of the
    Brooklyn Law School Alumni As-
    sociation is closing the current
    dub vear with a meeting Friday
    at f! p.m. in the Carillon Hotel.
    Congressman William Lehman
    trill be guest speaker. Harry Zn
    '-, mi<.ic ic president of the group.
    Navon, Tsur
    Vie For Top
    JERUSALEM i.ITA) The.
    contest for the presidency of Is-
    rael appears to have narrowed
    down t:> a two-man race between
    Yaacov Tsur, president of the
    Jewish National Fund, and Yitz-
    hak Navon. Deputy Speaker of
    the Knesset. The third candidate
    most frequently mentioned. Su-
    preme Court Justice Eliahu
    Mani. is no longer believed to
    be a major contender,
    The ruling Labor Party will
    shortly announce its candidate
    and the Knesset will elect a now
    president in May to succeed Zal-
    man Shazar. Mr. Tsur has al
    ready announced his willingness
    to run Navon is expected to
    state his intentions later, but
    private sources said it is almost
    certain that he will run for the
    office.
    Most observers believe that
    Mr. Navon. who is a member of
    the Sephardic community and
    is immensely popular in the
    Knesset, would win easily unless
    Premier (Jidda Meir throws her
    considerable influence behind
    Mr. Tsur.
    Jewish Sfitaie On Center Program
    Expo Of Arts April 1
    At Bayfront Park
    An Expo of Arts Sponsored by
    the Cultural Alliance of Greater
    Miami and Variety (lul Iren's
    Hospital is scheduled for April 1
    from 11 to 7 p.m. at the Bayfront
    Park Auditorium
    The day-long program will in-
    clude sculpture, graphics, dancing,
    songs, exhibits and children's
    fantasy.
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    Dr. Charles Bcbcr, president of
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    American Jewish Committee, has
    SAMUEL RABINOVE
    announced that Samuel Rabinove,
    dire-tor of the le^al division in
    the American Jewish Committee's
    Department of Intel-group Rela-
    tions and Social Action, will arrive
    n Miami Monday for a week of
    consultations, planning and speak-
    ing ngagements.
    Mr, Rabinove will speak here
    under the auspices of the Amer-
    ican Jew ish ommitteo to various
    Soviet Jewish Emigration
    Continues At Some Rate
    W \SHINGTON (JTA) Jew-
    li emigration from the Soviet
    Unit n bound for Israel continued
    : t approximately the same rate
    ,'ui in; the first tvv*6 months of this
    ..car .is during 1972 when approxi-
    mately 31.500 reached Israel, a
    well placed State Department of-
    ficial informed the JTA.
    \ln,ut 5.000 Jews emigrated dur-
    ng January and February the of-
    ficial said. During the week ending
    March 3. the number was 572
    which was described as average.
    Statistics, the official said, are
    received from Jewish voluntary
    agencies engaged in assisting the
    emigrants, nearly all of whom arc
    flown from the Soviet I'nion to
    Vienna where a center nearby func-
    tions as a reception area and to
    transport them to Israel.
    Non-Jewish emigration from the
    Soviet l ruon the official added, is
    lot on the magnitude of Jewish
    emigration at this time. Approxi-
    mately 500 non-Jews, he said, ar-
    rive annually in the United States.
    Many more than that enter West
    Germany each year in the past
    few yeai s.
    The official thought the latter
    were mainly Volga Germans. Sta-
    tistics were unavailable on Soviet
    emigrants ti other Western coun-
    tries.
    Meanwhile, it was reported that
    some 300 Jewish intellectuals have
    appealed to U.S. Congressional
    leaders for help in emigrating to
    Israel. In an open letter to Sen
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    D. Mills, who have sponsored
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    Judge William Gladstone, vice
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    meeting to which members of the .
    legal profession have been invited.
    The American Jewish Commit-
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    substantial efforts are needed to
    make a reality of equal oppor-
    tunity commitments. But in es-
    tablishing these goals and a time-
    table for achieving them, the.
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    avoid quotas.
    Included in Mr. Rabinove's
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    of Jewish professionals in the
    federation Building, 4200 Bis-
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    He will also be appearing on tel-
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    A native of New York City, Mr
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    EWday. March 23, 1973
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    There is Only One

    J1NCE ITS INCEPTION more than 87 years ago. tV
    dynamic institution that has grown into today's
    multi-faceted Yeshiva University has been a unique and
    exciting adventure in educational innovation. Seekine to
    utilize the knowledge of Western civilization through
    the vast resources of a great American university, it al-
    so draws heavily on the 3,500-year culture of the Jewish
    people in an unprecedented effort to transmit this vi-
    brant ethical and spiritual heritage.
    Study of original sources is the basis of the pro-
    gram at the five undergraduate schools, three for men
    and two for women. In these relatively small schools,
    liberal arts and sciences curriculum! are supplemented
    by intensive Jewish studies proTrams tailored to the
    backgrounds and needs of the individual student. Thus
    timeless values serve to guide and enrich his life, while
    he simultaneously acquires the skills and attitudes nec-
    essary to achieve distinction in a varietv of fields.
    As products of this unique education, men and
    women have gone on to the country's finest graduate
    Bchooh more than 90 per cent of Yeshiva College
    alumni and have made significant contributions in
    positions of professional, academic, government, and
    communal leadership.
    Campus life is enhanced by extracurricular activi-
    ties publications, intercollegiate and intra-
    1 ..... special interest clubs, and cultural
    events.Ui ictice: nance thn
    Student ncils. Col nati i ry < loun-
    cils. Representation on university governing bodies and
    committees facilitates student participation in institu-
    tional policy-making. A variety of guidance services,
    both personal and occupational, is available to all under-
    graduates.
    The coeducational graduate schools offer master's,
    specialist's, and doctoral programs, as well as profes-
    sional preparation in several fields. Among the areas of
    study are such general and Jewish fields as social work,
    medicine, mathematics, physics, chemistry, psychology,
    education, rabbinics, Talmud, and Near Eastern lan-
    guages, literatures, and cultures. Interdisciplinary pro-
    grams have been introduced, and curriculums are broad-
    ened and strengthened by the cooperation of leading
    educational, welfare, and health agencies. The univer-
    sity's New York City location provides unlimited oppor
    tunities for fieldwork together with manifold educa-
    tional and cultural resources.
    The university'-; ro e as a center of research is at
    sted to by its ranking 39th among all institutions in
    government-supported research, as reported in a recent
    National Science Foundation survey. Faculty project-
    set < new knowledge in almost every area of human
    rnaeavor. Student participation in the research process
    is ofti-n encouraged.
    The divisions of Yeshiva University include: under
    graduate schools for men Yeshiva College. Erna
    i College of Hebraic Studies, and James Striai
    . General Jewish Studies; for women SI
    College for Women and the Teachers Institute for
    Women; graduate schools and affiliates Belfer Grad-
    uate School of Science, Bernard Revel Graduate School.
    Harry Fischel School for Higher Jewish Studies. Fer
    kauf Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sci
    ences, Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Albert Ein-
    stein College of Medicine, Sue Golding Graduate Divi-
    sion of Medical Sciences, Rabbi Isaac Elchanan The-
    ological Seminary and the West Coast Teachers College.
    i.
    1973 marks Dr. Samuel Belkin's 30th anniversary
    as president of Yeshiva University. Distinguished schol-
    ar and educator, since his election to th presidency
    Dr. Belkin has guided the university to its most dra-
    matic period of growth in size and in the scope of its
    programs of scholarship, research and service. In the
    1940's he supervised the reinforcement of existing aca-
    demic facilities in order to lay the groundwork for the
    achievements of later years. The major share of credit
    may be attributed to Dr. Belkin for the founding in the
    1950's of the nation's first graduate schools of medicine.
    the sciences, education and social work under Jewi h
    auspice.-, a.- well as the nation's first Jewish sponsored
    lil era! arts college for women. With his steadfast lead-
    ership the university was able 'o launch and complete
    ?h< $70 million Blueprint for Expansion in the 'GO's.
    which brought abcut the development of unsurpassed
    academic and physical facilities at the university's four
    teaching campuses Now, as Dr. Belkin's fourth decade
    .. the h Im begins, the univi rsitj is cmbarki d upon a
    new hirtoi c lam. the Decade of Dedication, during
    is is placed u] enl >larly
    n soi rce* t< meet thi rapidlj br< ad nin
    upon tmerican Jewish and oi

    In The Halls of YU; World Leaders and Floridian Scholars
    Florida, along with nearly every oth^r state i
    foreign nations, has long sent its young son
    oi ths university. O' the more than 35 Florid
    de-" the Miami area 'above left to ri
    Elie 5 N. Bay Rd.; Harry Peters, 715
    n Ave., are shown reviewing the plan
    b rsity Heritage Award Dinner hen
    bleau Hcle!, with Dr. Isaac Bacon, dean of the
    Mirsky, dean cf Stern College? for Women, a
    shy's board cf trustees and founder cf Stern C
    dorf, 5:8 W. 30th St.; Jacalyn Adier, 633 SW
    Linda Ehrenreich, 515 W. 28th St.; Shaii Poll
    JCth Ave.; Caryl Schechter, 3115 Shehdan A
    Debbie Seif, 1339 Flamingo Way.
    a the U.S.A., Ccnada Israel, and seme 23
    s end daughters to ?tudy in various divisions
    ians currently enrolled, Yeshiva College stu-
    ght) Samuel Abramson, 801 NW 175th St ;
    NE 178 Terr., and Abbey Berkowitz, 3 re
    s for the forthcoming Florida Friends of Ye-
    3 Paul Benjcmin, April 5, at the Fontaine-
    college. 'Below left to right) with Prcf. David
    ud Max Stern, vice chairman cf the univer-
    ollege, are Miami area students Debbis Corn-
    29th Rd., Corinne Feinstein, 9056 Bay Dr.;
    ack, 44.29 Post Ave.; Susan Cavell, 1790 I'E
    ve.; Ora Lee Gross, 3542 Flamingo Dr., and
    A series of events to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Dr.
    Samuel Belkin's presidency began on March 8 with a spe-
    cie! convocation at which Israel's Prime Minis!er Mrs. Golda
    Meir was awarded en r.onorary Doctor cf Humane Utters
    degree. Mrs. Meir. who first visited the university in I9G3.
    whe-n she was Israel's Foreign Minister, is the mos* recent in
    a long list of v.or.d iecders who have been accorded honor-
    decrees at Yeshiva University, 'above) President Bslkin
    Pnme Ministei Meir at the emotionally charged cDnferral
    ceremony, cjtLk; which Mr?. Meir wept as an audience of
    2000 s'udents, faculty, ^.qnitaries and guasts wood in a
    pro.cr.g-a ovation and chanted "Am Yi.=roe: Choi. be! JW
    At the luncheon fo lowina the convention. Max J. ri-.ra ol the
    university's board o: trustees, stand ng with Mrs. Meir as
    sne pics-mted Dr. Belkin with a cemmemorctive volume
    mar.nng the 2otn tnniversary of Ihe State o' I -ael


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    Yeshiva University

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    j ENROLLMENT
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    7.000 men and women from all parts of the United States
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    Israel, Europe. Latin America. Asia and Africa
    FACULTY
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    throughout the United State?. Canada, and abroad to pro-
    vide leadership as rabbis, teachers and administrators in
    lieges and day schools, as heads of Jewish organizations,
    i-r.d cs key leaders in many Other professional fields
    ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
    lergraduate liberal arts and Jewish studies programs;
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    , -ovimhi-iihihii,,,
    mau-i iiiihiiiiiiiiiinMinmwnwiiu^.
    J lie rCaboi Speaks J"rotn J Ixe f^ulpit
    - MM I riiuwai)
    The Sabbath Of Parah
    4^AHsOp
    v
    RABBI MAX V LIPSCH1T7.
    Beth Tin,ili Congregation
    The Sabbath of Parah is one of
    the special Sabbaths preceding the
    Festival of Passover The Torah
    enjoins the Kn
    hen to sacrifice
    3 red heifer for
    Ilie major pre-
    requisite of be-
    : i unblemished
    and had not
    been broken to
    the yoke. The
    paradox of the
    gathered ashes
    of the red heifer
    dissolved in
    Rabbi I.ipschitz fresh Ui,Ul"
    it detiled the
    pure and purified the defiled. This cleanses. Legion are the examples
    seeming contradiction was so in- it this seeming paradox
    serutable in its nature that even Suffice it to say. that at times.
    Kins Solomon, in his wisdom, could there is as much truth to seeming
    not offer the secret meaning of I conh.(dictions than there are the
    this ritual. As Rashi puts it most so-callcrl iron-clad logical conclu-
    succinctly "it is a decree from be- 8j0n9. The ritual of the red heifer.
    and scholars to enhance his own
    i education and motivate his per
    sonal philanthropy, then envy be
    ccmes a virtue and not a vice. It i
    ha purified the impure.
    If lid affords an individual the
    opportunity to become affluent
    and the recipient uses his afflu-
    ence and substance for himself
    alone, then, one can truly sa> that
    nionev is the root of all evil How-
    ever, if the affluent uses his good!
    fortune to the benefit of the com-
    munity and his fellowman. then,
    money on be the root of salvation.
    the building of synagogues, schools.
    hospitals, the benefaction to Israel
    and Other worthy causes. Here
    again, the self-same "money" in-
    stead of defiling, purifies and
    fore me and you are not at liberty
    to cabil my decrees.'"
    Homiletically. however, you may
    derive some profound moral truths
    ti-d endows man with the unique
    character traits that have the po
    tential, on the one hand, of purify-
    ing th;' impure and. on the other
    band, to defile tile pure. A few
    illustrations may better enunciate
    i ( -< truths
    The (I (I given trait of jealousy
    cm b utilized I both good and
    evil. \ person looks with disdain
    and jealousy upon the good for-
    tune of a neighbor and does not
    in" him the success: thi
    i ilj lead to hostility and some-
    tit i- even self-hatred.
    On the other hand, if an indi-jphln""champion"playera
    vidual is envious ol someone else's
    scholarship or a friend's charitable- Some 25 young people from
    ness, and will therefore employ throughout the County will be
    this so-called "Kin.it Soferim." honored for completing Here's
    namely, the envy of the scribes Help's therapeutic program.
    the SO-called sacred cows, are no
    more, but many are the challenges'
    that life and history offers to the
    individuals, institutions, and move-
    ments which simultaneously pos-
    sesses the potential of defilement
    ami sanctification.
    Here's Help Inc.
    To Graduate 25
    Here's Help. Inc.. a Florida drue
    rehabilitation center, will hold its
    4th annual dinner dance and grad-
    uation on Saturday at the Playboj
    Plaza Motel. The cocktail reception
    preceding the 7:30 p.m. dinner will
    be hosted bv several Miami Do! i
    h^obbinical evistoH
    v.
    rog
    rant a
    March 2 j Ch 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
    Host: Rabbi Morton Malavsky
    March 25 Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
    March 25, Ch. 4. 330 am. The Firrt Estate
    i Repeated on Ch. 2 at 6:30 pm.l
    ll ist: Rev. Luther C, Pierce
    Topic: Living the Full Life during one's Later
    "> ears"
    its: Dr. R. Wilej Scott and Mrs. Minna Field
    SYNOPSIS Of THI WUKLY TORAH PORT/OH
    Tzav
    And the lord spake unto Bfoaes, saying, command Aaron
    and his sons, saying, this is the law of the burnt-offering
    t Chapters VI-VIII)
    SACRIFCAL DUTIES OF THE PRIESTS: The priests were
    charged with the duty of bringing a burnt offering on behalf of
    the community every morning and evening and the fire on the
    altar was to be kept burning continuously. Supplementary laws
    prescribed their sacrificial duties and the portions of the offer-
    ings they were to receive as their dues Their share of the meal
    sin and trespass offerings could be eaten only within the court
    of tl sanctuary by a priest who was ceremonially clean. Aaron
    from the .me he was ordained, was to bring a meal offering each
    PriXoT HiS hha,r and n bchalf f *
    The peace offering was the only sacrifice of which the offerer
    mSSSSJ^t f,rVided hc was clean.'
    NSEX RATION OF AARON AND HIS SONS In an im
    " mony "eld in the court of the sanctuary, Aaron and
    his sons were consecrated and installed by Moses in the presence
    ation. After the priests had bathed. Moses dressed
    Aaron hw distinctive garments an anointed the ZESL
    Zt "" '"''' swe11 "> altar of burnt-offering with its
    ones and the lave, and its base, all of which stood in the
    wl.,,fh,n".""",l,1"->'. "e ""'" PO""d -he anointing oil
    bead to sanctify h.m. Finally, the ordinary priests were
    'heir garments and a sin-offering, burnt-offering
    ation were offered up by Moses These rites
    ;;,; Aaron and his sons remaining in
    II the period.
    -


    Continued From Fage 4-A
    is proportional to the movement
    oi iMepsr uith.ispeoial emphasis
    on armor for offensive purposes.
    In a sense, to be sure, these
    movements over the Ho Chi
    Minn Trail are decidedly reassur-
    ing.
    It has been an article of faith
    with American left-wing think-
    ers that Hanoi could always win
    any straight political contest
    with Saigon, it Saigon did not
    have decisive U.S. military sup-
    port. The troop and supply move-
    ments plainly mean one thing.
    and one thing only. Hanoi be-
    lieve- Saigon will win any such
    political contest, unless the odds
    are militarily weighted in favor
    ol Hanoi.
    that does not alter the cen-
    tral fact, however. The fact is
    that President Nixon and Dr.
    Henry A Kissinger have to de-
    cide what to do about these
    gross violations of the cease fire
    accord they negotiated. It is
    1962 all ovei again.
    Here, to be sure, one must
    make a distinction. The North
    Vietnamese will not violate the
    cease-fire accord by just being
    in Laos until 90 days after the
    recent Laotian cease-fire. At that
    point they are obligated by the
    accord to withdraw from Laos,
    lock, stock and barrel as they
    were obligated more immedi-
    atelj by the treaty signed with
    Gov, Harriman Bui thai point
    he Lao' tan ccas e fin has
    not j 11 come.
    FOR THE long term, the
    North Vietnamese withdrawal
    from Laos is Hanoi's key
    commitment in the cease-fire
    accord. Maybe President Nixon
    is waiting for this big issue to
    pre "nt itself. Maybe, also, he
    is waiting to mike harsh (hone-.
    until the last of the admitted
    IS. prisoners have been sent
    home from Laos and North Viet-
    nam.
    The Ugly truth still has to be
    faced, however that gross viola-
    tions of the cease fire accord are
    already being committed. Secre-
    tary of State William Rogers
    was publicly cock-a-hoop because
    Hanoi's Soviet SAM-II missiles
    have now been removed from
    Khe Sanh airfield, inside South
    Vietnamese territory.
    No one but a public relations
    man can believe, however, that
    these newly introduced missiles
    are not still illegally present, al-
    though less v isibly present in
    the jungles near Khe Sanh.
    WORSE STILL, the troops and
    supplies coming down the Ho
    Chi Minh Trail are being pushed
    into South Vietnam at a high
    rate: and this is an undoubted
    violation of the cease-fire accord.
    Some troops and some supplies
    are being positioned along the
    border. Yet many more are be-
    ing sent straight into the first,
    second and third corps areas of
    South Vietnam. This is treating
    the cease fire accord as no more
    than another 'scrap of paper."
    President Nixon's aid program
    for both Victnams is already in
    lee p trouble o i Capitol Hill. Ob-
    viously, he will not persist with
    aid for North Vietnam if the
    accord is being treated as a
    scrap of paper by Hanoi. Yet
    there is more that he can do
    than just abandon the unpopular
    North Vietnamese aid project.
    HE CAN resume U.S. bombing,
    by B-52's and other planes based
    outside South Vietnam, within
    the territory of South Vietnam.
    He can even resume the bombing
    and blockade of North Vietnam.
    This should be enough: the
    President has only one problem,
    in fact. In the U.S. Senate, es-
    P< i tally, there are too many peo-
    ple who want to prove them-
    selves right by finally losing this
    American war in which the
    I nited St ites has spent so much
    blood and treasure.
    miAm
    A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
    TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
    CarUor^r>- Bfn Arqn.
    ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
    American Traditional Judaism. Rab-
    bi J. Marshall Taxay. Canter Sol
    Pakowitz. 2
    BETH AM (Temple". 5950 N. Kendall
    Dr. S. Miami. Reto-m. Rabbi Her- ;
    bert Baumgard 3 .
    BFTH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. ,
    Conservative. Haubi Irving A. We'n-
    gart. Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
    l'i itiio S : < in i iii i 'oral Was i' i
    uti i>i r..o vi Itxvah: Ir. n. Mona,
    daughter of Dr. Norton Klot* and Mra. i
    Naomi Resnlck, Saturday a.m. (at
    ('oral \\ it \ HHIlCtUll \l 'l'/\ Mi
    .\ii-linilii. dauahter ol Mr and .Mr- i
    vv illlam Burkley
    BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave Ortho-
    dox. Rabbi H, Rothman. 5
    BETH KODESH, .101 SW 12th Ave
    Modern Traditional. Rabti Max Sha. '
    piro. Cantor Lecn Segai i
    Prida) vir, |i in mien! speaker Mi
    I.,'i S-'shuk. "ill ills. llss. Isl.i.l
    Krom Dream to Reallts '
    -------a
    BETH TOV (lemole). 6438 SW 8th
    St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles
    Rubel. Cantnr Seymour Hir.kes. 8
    Krldas si:, p.m., Rabbi Charles Rubel
    will have ;i- ins sermon topic, "Faith
    l-'n'l' I'lu- Action." followed by
    Hies Shabbat.
    ISRAEL (Temple) CF GREATER Mi i
    ami. IV NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
    Joseph R. Narot. 10
    l'i Idav s i, pi I ii Joseph N'arol
    iUhcuhh, "Isr.i. l*s j.'.ili Anniversary
    ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
    St. Conaarvatlvw. rtabbi i-aui j.
    Bender Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
    l'i lilav I n in Rabbi lb ml. i -. i
    in.......pli 'I'll. Power Tradition "
    Saturdav :4." am, llabbl
    I Pol W ,

    OR OLOM iiemole- B753 SW 16h
    St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot
    Wmogr.-.J. Cantor Vriicud.i Binya-
    niin. -3
    -
    TIFERETH ISKA^L. (=500 N Miaitl
    Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
    Klein. 14
    ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd Con-
    servative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
    C.mtor EtoI Helfman. 16
    IV s :. ill > mi >|n I
    II roHpi .i llai Ml(x\ul
    ilauKbli i i>l Mi and Mi
    - '" > a.i
    rah ol thi vv i s Hi ., M txv it Man.
    .vi i and Mrs Hi inl VV Ii
    truuh; Edward, son of .Mr and Mrs
    -.1 R ipi Ii
    HIAlttH
    TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
    4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na- '
    i than Zolondek 15
    NO*fM MIAM!
    BETH MOSHE COrgGREGAT ION. 22,"5 !
    NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi i
    Joseph Gorfmkel. Cantor Ben Zion I
    Kirschenbaum. 35
    r'ridnv R:IS p in Rabbi florflnki I ill
    111 dedicate Ihe lithographs donated
    > Mr ;uiil .Mrs David Stark,
    MIAMl'blACH
    AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyi* Ave
    Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever.
    --------
    BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
    Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
    ----
    BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave
    Orthodox. Rabbi Shmary.iliu T. Svnr.
    sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches 19
    ------a-----
    BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef-
    j ferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
    David Raab. Cartor Saul Drceh. 20
    BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase '
    Ave. Liberal Rabbi Leon Kronish.
    Cantor David Conviser. zy
    |,"',l;l:n \'" n 111 Dr I........Cn
    ill speak on, 'Is ii Possible i. r,
    be Sabl nth n> 11 IJvh g Tradt-
    llon Saturdav In 1.1 :, m Bar Mii?-'
    [ Kod'iBh s"" "' Mr ;""' Mr Ira
    B!J^ TFILAHTg'rEuclid Ave Or- '
    thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov- '
    OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr. Or.
    thodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman.
    Cuitor Lee Radin 30
    SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 54S
    Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
    ------4
    CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
    44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrob-im
    Groner. 32
    --------
    NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
    CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
    way. N"rth Bay Vil'ag- Conserva-
    tive Rabbi Emmet Allen Frank. Can-
    tor Murray Yavneh. 32-A
    AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARO
    CONGREGATION. 707 5th St \ ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor-
    decai Chaimovits.
    SOUTH Ml Am, BEACH
    --------
    ADATH YESHURUN (Temple! 10?S
    NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
    tive. Rabbi Milton Schllnsky. Can-
    tor Pfuvan Eckhaus. 33
    Krlilav eveiilnu, \i Tainlil Av -i-l
    u ill !.. pri ,',' a lo I Kiel
    koi! of Mr and .Mrs. Owen 1' lii\i-.
    1 i- a 111. nil.. 1 ol Ho) Si 'll1
    Troop
    BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach
    B'vd. Conservative. Rabbi Max L10-
    schitz. Cantor Jacob 9. Mendelson 34
    a-..
    B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 1e"3rd St.
    Conservative. Rabbi Victor D.
    Zwelling. Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
    SINAI (Temple), ot NORTH DADE
    18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
    Ralph P. Kirgsiey. Cantor Irving
    Shulkes 37
    Frlda) vi.". pin. Bar Mltzvnh Deb-
    orah Kllen, dauahter of vir n Mr.
    Myron llrndli Balurdn.v |ii;Su a.m.,
    I :.n .vi nz\ nh I i;i\ Id 1 ri spl
    SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 1815' NE
    19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonal- F.
    Caplan. ,i
    --------
    YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml.
    AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
    R.ibl! 1 Z.ilrian Kossewt COkAl GABlli
    JUOEA (Ter.iiae-. 550C Qranadl Elvd.
    Reform. Rabbi Merris Kipner. 40
    :' > jut,>i nar-
    uri' 1
    n r mi
    ' ilabmnn
    ZAMORA iTemni-i. 14 Zamora Ave.
    Conservative, Rabbi Maxwell A.
    Bergcr. Cantor P. Hillel Bfsimmar.
    41
    l '- l'i;-' .
    lav i i in
    SUHFSIDt
    MOC.AN DAVID CONGREGATION,
    9.14R Harding Ave. Orthcdcx. Pa*-hi
    Isaac O. Vine.
    M
    rOM IAUDIRDAIE
    BETH ISRAEL 1 Temple). M00 W
    Oakland Park Blvd Rabbi Akiva.
    Brilliant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
    EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
    Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
    Abrams. Can'or Jerome K.eme-t 43
    P0MPAN0 BCACH
    MNW9AtnES,.JEWI"S"~CENTER 6'
    Sholom (Temple). i3.-> sE ,1th Av.
    ?^!'rv5tive- Rabbi Morr A- SkP-
    Cantor Yaacov Renzer
    HAUANDAlt
    HALLANDALB JEWISH CENT'*
    ?."eob OuELf SChWar"' Can,or
    HOLLYWOOD I
    BbTJ1 EL Lr'mp,e'' 1351 s 14th Aye.
    Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 49
    Friday vi", p ,n i. Jn#f ....
    '" "' (l1 1 Pred-
    Hn of Mr. and Mr- lul,
    I "" Stt. Oonse-rvat.ve! Rabhi Morton
    Valavsky, Cantor Irving Gold 4
    "ri^L. ,Tfm,lei; '2d Johnson S-
    g2J Rbbi Dav.d Shapiro,
    Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
    --------
    ^GR^rf*^10 HEBREWCON.IT!,Pnp^EvBE,TH ahm. Conaervai ve,
    RRhh'JJ-t 7 5 W'-"'"9 abbi Meir Maal.ah Melamed. 23. I Rabbi Salomon Benerroch.
    sky.
    22
    ! B TTnNV?f,E.'!H :mim CONGREOA.
    TION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22.A
    Cl12B4?NwEB"W CONGREGATION
    i"V vy>a!h"ig,on Ave- orthodox.'
    Rabbi Dow Rozencwa g. 23
    ETn-N*U"ELr. ,Te,"Ple'- 1701 Wa-hing. TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal! 5
    LehrmWan C?n"rva,Jvt "-bbi Irving |".rid.n Street. HoMywcod Ra
    Lenrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 2" Robert Frazir,
    | HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pine Tree
    I Dr- Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander^ S
    ____m____ 25
    i a! AN;NELU (Branch of Hebrew
    agaBunAaurE
    J"\vNBAr-^,,OHEN COMMUNITY
    Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H st.r
    Cantor Meyer^Engel. b,er
    MENORAH (Tempte;. 620 75th St
    ow?trvci,v,: K""1 5* aJUS
    owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. ? ,
    '."\- n m Saturday 9 .-, m '
    Mltavah: Saul, son of klr s :
    ' '.....'rand Mm Berlha Clmbfe"' moM
    5100
    abbi
    MIRAMAR
    ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 35th St.
    C?rV4KVeL Ri,bbi Avrom 0'"^
    cantor Abraham Koater 4^
    NER TAMID (Temp.e). 80th St a
    I Z"TC wr"v Con.e?vat"
    Rabbi Eugene Lahnu.t. r-__.: _
    nd
    waVdblKirne ^BrTB
    Pamover Seminar
    Members of Temp!,. Beth Tov
    . 'nd Sisterhood were to attend ;i
    I Passover Beminar conducted by
    Mrs Charles Rubel on Thursd
    0 i) m.
    ^rWlAAAiWV^wVvvv
    CANOLELIGHTING TIME
    9
    19 ADAR 6:13
    If


    Friday, March 23. 1973
    vjewist Ihridian
    Pog 11-A
    ... As ,
    Max Lerner
    Sees It
    NEW YORK. NY. You are Golda Meir. President Nixon
    has given a state dinner for you at the White House. You Bit
    there with mixed emotions, after the shattering thins that has
    happened. The Lihyan jetliner, blundering into Israeli aii
    sptiei- over Sinai, forced down by Israeli pursuers wi'.h a ghastly
    death toil, has cast a dark shadow over Israeli prestige in the
    world.
    Yi u .ire Golds Meir. You and Israel have overcome shadows
    before, and you have both survived. What makes this episode
    more difficult is that it reverses Israel's symbolic role as target
    and presents her to the world as attacker. Granted that it wat
    not ::: nded, that it was an honest error of judgment by men
    bedeviled for months by far-out terrorist schemes, balanced on
    the trigger-hairbreadth of decision aboul how to meet another
    possible one. Granted that the Israelis didn't know there were
    anj passengers on what could have been t camouflaged plane.
    Tiie fact remains that in its consequences it was a whopper of i
    lui
    You are Golda Meir You are the head of a tiny state wh'ch
    I i- : territory of a David but the reputation of a Goliath. You
    are a compassionate woman, yel there isn't a man among the
    <: l's prime ministers who can match you in tough mindedness.
    You .;< amused to be considered so formidable, but also proud
    of it. both as woman and Jew. lor both roles had inherited the
    imaje >>! softness.
    Your face in repose is furrowed, sad. conveying all the sor-
    : iv "' Jewish history since the destruction of the temple. But
    \ he OU speak, the flash of the eve. the curl of the lip. tin
    ironic lone, all combine to erase the sadness, ami anyone noi
    v ar> iil be slashed by the razor of a no-nonsense daughter
    <. z. ii
    %'OU ARE GOLDA MEIR. In terms of the Biblical three
    store and ten you are deep in the evening of life, bul your
    Strength of mind and spirit makes you a young lioness Your
    life -pans the trek of a number of your generation of Israel
    leaders -from Russia to America to yesterday's Palestine, am
    i. all you have always been a pioneer. If C'haim Wei/mann an I
    David BiiiGurion can vie for the role of father of the Jewisl
    state no one can deny your role as its mother an elemental
    large-boned, downright, sensible shoed mother, hewn out of the
    rth of three continents.
    You need all this earth-strength to dominate your party.
    I ild the disparate elements of your coalition together, remain
    i teerfully confidant in the face of encirclement by the Arabs
    irvive the hostility of the Russians.
    You have a difficult individualist cabinet to deal with, most
    0l them either prima donnas on their own or ambitious success-
    c is who keep track of your years and strengths You must make
    final decision- about the economy and
    the
    society, about
    building or buying arms, about the world's most brilliant air
    force Bbout breaking through the diplomatic ring around Israel
    You have won the crucial support of the American people, with-
    out whose aircraft technology Israels dangers would become
    intolerable, but you must somehow continue to retain that support.
    IfOU \RE GOLDA MEIR. The sturdy security men can
    iard von from terrorisl assault, but not from the unremitting
    burdens of office. You are tired, tired, but to reporters asking
    how vol. feel vou snap out a scornful. "Very well thank you.
    You were no. born for an easv life, have never lived one to the
    past nor do vou intend to scl limits on your continued political
    future, lesl it open the W8> to a scramble for power disruptive
    to the society.
    Despite your socialist friends in Europe, Asia ami Africa
    v iu can't help admiring the way President Nixon has dealt win
    , Russians and helped stabilize the Middle East tensions
    Things are less desperate for Israel since the Russian proconsuls
    I f, Egvpl Understandably, Mr. Nixon had King Hussein of Jo -
    , an and Egypt's Hafiz Ismail to the White House before you, n
    his -Middle-Ka.-t Month." But you want a dialogue opened with
    Egypl and the others, -ho. line' or cool one, direct or ml u
    .. :,,!, ,ou can trade concession for concession in ha.d. eonicret
    terms, If the Americans and the Communist powers could do It,
    why not Israel and the Arab.-'.'
    YOU are Golda Meir. You know thai the biggest,
    Arabs can exert on the Wesl is the threat to withhold oil during
    no, fold under the threa, You are a woman, and deeply^hu
    :,,.! Your grea.es, pride is that with all its readinessfight
    back, Israel has noi ..one militarist, lu.s no. become Sparta.
    Have you heard? Pastry Chef is
    Now
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    racist in that it implies that
    Blacks and members of other
    minority groups are not on par
    with Whites or able to compete
    with Hum; and this practice of
    selection by other m.-ans than
    merit is in th<- long run a dis-
    Dr. Kronish
    Campaign Dinner
    Guest Speaker
    Dr. I.eon Kronish,. spiritual
    leader of Temple Beth Sholom
    and an associate general chairman \
    ' for the Greater Miami Jewish Fed
    eri lion's 1973 Combined Jewish
    Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
    Campaign, will be guest speaker
    id a dinner dance March 28 at the
    \ventura Country ( tub.
    The event, which is in celebra-
    tion of the 25th anniversary of the
    State of Israel, will be on behalf
    of the 197:; CJA-IEF Campaign.
    Dr. Kronish. national vice chair-
    man of I-rael Bonds for Reform
    Congregations, is president of the
    Rabbinical Association >f Greater
    Miami. He also serve- as president
    >f the American Jewish Congress'
    Southeast Council, is a national
    chairman T>f the board of America
    1 aaei Hiotadrul Foundation and is
    ,i national vice president of the
    American Jewish Congress (a
    Federation beneficiary).
    Pi i idents of the Aventura
    Country Club include: Herman N
    Cantor, Joseph Glazer and Abra-
    ham Sherman.
    Members of the Miami Beach
    Golden Ring Club I recently held j
    i concert on behalf of the Grea i
    Miami Jewish Federation's 1973
    CJA-IEF campaign.
    According to Harry Gi.lin.
    financial secretary, over $1.!>00
    was raised for th'" campaign .
    which represents a 35 per cent
    increase over the same gifts to
    last year's campaign.
    The club plans another concert
    March 28 on behalf t the 1973 '
    campaign.
    service to those minority group
    members who have joined the
    prolessional and executive ranks
    on their inern and now face
    doubts regarding the validity of
    their credentials.
    "The American Jewish Com-
    mittee has never insisted upon
    proportional representation nor
    ethnic goals for Jews. Instead,
    we have asked, as in our work
    with Miami banks, that Jews not
    be excluded because they are
    Jewish and that they be consid-
    ered only on the same basis of
    qualification and merit applied
    to others," the chapter president
    said.
    The Greater Miami Chapter
    of the American Jewish Com-
    mittee, which has 1.200 members
    and has served the community
    for more than two decades, i-
    headquarterecl in the Greater
    Miami Jewish Federation Bidu
    Members of .he Committee
    and its professional staff,
    headed by Dr. Walter Zand. who
    are community-relations special
    ists, work together to combat
    bigotry ;'ni' discrimination in all
    forms, to promote civil rights
    and civil liberties, to strengthen
    Jewish life in America, to in-
    sure equal rights, security and
    dignity for Jews in all lands
    and to develop mutual under-
    standing among America's di-
    ver-e religions, racial and ethnic
    groups.
    Ma. tie Tishler
    president.
    is the club's

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    Friday, March 23. 1973

    NCJW Stands On Record:
    80 Years Of Filling Needs
    Greater Miami Section, National
    Council of Jewish Women (NCJW)
    after almost a year of planning
    is getting ready to welcome 800
    Council delegates from across the
    country to its 30th biennial con-
    vention which will begin Monday
    at the Deauville Hotel. Miami
    Beach.
    As NCJW entered its 80th an-
    niversary celebration, Mrs. Elea-
    nor Marvin, national president de-
    dared:
    "Eighty years of Council life
    have been spent filling the needs
    of human lifetimes from one to 80.
    We have discovered that the prob
    lems don't change: only the an-
    swers do. Each generation has its
    own "disadvantaged" population '
    with its own specified needs. The
    problems we struggle with today
    Although this is a recently com-
    pleted survey, it can be noted that
    Council women began keeping their
    eyes on the courts in 19C0 and. by
    1906 they had persuaded one mu-
    nicipal couit to allow a Council
    probation officer to take respon-
    sibility for delinquent Jewish chil-
    dren.
    Just recently in connection with
    their own "Justice for Children"
    survey, Greater Miami section's
    membership met to honor Oliver
    J. Keller, head of Florida's Divi-
    sion of Youth Services Department,
    for his work and advanced reforms
    in this state's progress with juve-
    nile delinquents.
    The meeting was the culmination
    of a yearlong local survey which
    bi ought together Council's mem-
    fe
    MRS. AARON fARR
    National Vice President
    poverty, inequality of opportun
    ity, the unmet needs of children,
    the aged, the ill. and the disadvan-
    taged, were tlu' concerns of our
    grandmothers and great-grand-
    mothers in Council as well.
    "1 like to think that Council, at
    80. is youne. We are rich in his-
    tory, wise. I hope, with experience,
    but forever fresh in our determi-
    nation to find new ways to right
    the wrongs that afflict our fellow
    men. and especially our fellow
    women and children." she added
    Recalling that NC/sV is the old-
    est major Jewish women's organi-
    zation in America. Mrs. Elaine
    Bloom. Greater Miami section pres-
    ident, said recently in discussing
    the aims of Council: "Its purpose
    is to seek out, study and work to
    solve urgent problems to meet
    the needs of youth, the aging and
    the disadvantaged. both here in
    America and in Israel. From its in-
    ception Council has stood for sen-
    sitivity to human needs and demo-
    cratic values, for leadership in pio-
    neering needed services, and for
    training of volunteers either by
    ourselves or in cooperation with
    other groups."
    JUSTICE TOR CHIIDREN
    In 1972 NCJW initiated "Justice
    for Children." a national survey
    sparked by Council's awareness of
    the harsh and unconcerned treat-
    ment of juveniles in many courts,
    the inadequacy of rehabilitation,
    and the deplorable penal conditions
    existing at local, state, and federal
    levels.
    bcrship. local and state dignitaries,
    and 30 youngsters who are current-
    ly involved in one of Florida's lo-
    cal half-way homes or foster homes.
    As a result of the study. Greater '
    Miami section is currently testify-
    ing before Florida state delega
    lions on their findings and advo-
    eating several plans of action
    which the survey proved to be
    needed or changed in this state. \
    Needed community service projects i
    are also being discussed with local
    and slate officials and administra-
    tors.
    SURVEY OF DAY CARE
    Windows on Day Care, a NCJW
    survey of day care needs and the
    first definitive nationwide study of
    | its kind, was published in April,
    . 1972, and has been widely acclaim-
    j ed as a truly significant contribu-
    | tion to our country's understand-
    ing of dav care.
    Based on a national investiga-
    tion by Council's 200 so-: ion*
    across the country, the final re-
    port is expected to focus the at
    tention of legislators and news-
    makers on the urgent need for
    legislative reform and will pro-j
    vide a basis for needed community
    service projects.
    Like its predecessor. Their Daily
    I Bread, Council's study on the
    | school lunch program, it is hoped
    that "Windows on Day Care" will
    help to effect the national day
    i care legislation that is still criti-
    ca.ly nee.led. Currently the book
    is used by the Federal Department
    i of Housing and Welfare and serves
    as a text for many college courses
    concerned with social welfare.
    Out of this study Greater Miami
    section began one of Dade County's
    first pilot day care centers, located
    at Larchmont Gardens, NW 4th
    ! enue and 84th Street, and in
    ! June will help open another one in
    i conjunction with the YMHA. Mrs.
    Audrey Goldstein has served as
    Greater Miami sections child care
    chairman for the past several
    Going back in t:me. it can be
    noted that Council's work in dav
    care actually began in the 1890s.
    when immigrant mothers were
    taught the best ways to work n
    their children, just as disadvan-
    taged women are being taught to-
    day in such programs as "Head
    Start." whose national curriculum
    is based on Council models estab-
    lished in many local communities.
    Here in Miami. Council women
    meet and work with residents at
    Larchmont Gardens, located in the
    Little River area. This completely
    integrated public housing project is
    attempting to co-exist despite dif-
    ferences of color and national ori-
    gin, and Council's ultimate goal is
    lo help these residents to help
    themselves and to resolve their
    own community problems. Mrs. Mi-
    riam Goldberg serves as chairman
    of this local NCJW community
    project.
    TUTORIAL PROGRAM
    Greater Miami section, in addi-
    tion to its interest in preschool
    children and day care centers, also
    is involved in the Dade County,
    schools through its tutorial and cul-
    tural progams. known as TAC.
    in an effort to preserve the pub-
    lic educational system in which
    Council belie ?s. volunteers work
    with students on a one-to-one ba-is
    in remedial reading, languaL.'.
    and math. Tuioring is under il; ~.i
    pcrvision of . volunteers are req lired to spend
    a minimum of two hours a week
    in h.iol.
    Betty Greenspan and Mrs.
    Sharon Socol serve as ehairm-r
    this program Council volunteers al-
    so aid the the Dade County hearing
    ban licapped program by assisting
    teachers at Aj-cola Lakes Elera
    tarp School. Hearing handicap
    chairman for dreater Miami sec-
    tion is Mrs. Ronnie Frombcrg.
    'ees to youth plays a large
    part of Greater Miami section's to
    tal program and serving the visu-
    ally handicapped is another Coun-,
    cil commitment. Under the leader-
    ship of Mrs. Betty Epstein. Mrs.
    Joanne Wallis. and Mrs. Jacquel
    me Cohen, the visual aid program
    transcribes and binds Braille books
    for all the visually handicapped
    students in the Dade County
    schools.
    Council also helps to maintain a
    Braille Resource Library, located
    at the Dade County Textbook De-
    pository Building. 2210 SW 3rd St.
    The newest project which services
    the blind is tape recording and
    Greater Miami section is now ac-
    tively involved in this pilot project.'
    AIRS. fARL MARVIN
    Notional President
    of Mrs. Florence Alberts. Greater
    Miami section's executive director,
    provides technical assistance ti the
    foreign-born, makes possible fam-
    ily reunions with relatives from
    the Soviet I'nion and the world
    over, and helps prepare those de-
    siring citizenship, and welcomes
    :-> m citizen* at ^:i naturalization
    and court procei ding S< n .
    the velunl n and
    imn : -i- ition 'rvice ( hairman ;-
    Mrs. F. >r ni Kassal
    WOMEN'S JOfl CORPS
    Nationally and locally NCJW has
    joined with women from Protestant
    Catholic and black organizations to
    form Women in Community Serv-
    ices, known as WICS. to recruit
    young adults between the ages of
    17 to 21 for the Women's Job
    Corps under contract to the U.S.
    Government. More than just re-
    cruiters, WICS volunteers have
    been reclaimers of young lives
    through scores of supplementary
    programs.
    "The girl we help today in WICS
    is not so different from the girl
    we helped in the early days at
    Ellis Island," observes Mrs. Elea
    nor Marvin, NCJW national presi-
    dent "She. too. is a kind of alien
    in our society who needs sympa-
    thy, a sense of security, a chance
    for a better self-image."
    Mrs. Martha Myers, a past presi-
    dent cf Greater Miami section and
    currently honorary national vice
    president, is a past national presi
    dent of W ICS. Council's local WICS
    chairman is Mrs. Anne Friedber"
    SERVICE TO AGED
    In America todaj t.ie >' ler
    years are oft<:: empty y *
    in 1946 NCJW began to change
    ['is pi with the first nation-
    wide network of Golden \ [i
    In the '60s Council helped older
    p i to come out of retirement
    by becoming volunteer.; in un ler-
    staffed community agencies.
    The I" S. Congress modeled its
    Retired Senior Volunteer Person-
    i aSVP) project after this on-
    going NCJW program. Council to-
    day is involved with the in r a i-
    ingly critical problems of the eld-
    erly in housing, transport ion.
    health, and poverty.
    In Miami, Greater Miami section
    provides many services !. i's sen-
    ior citizens. At Dougla> Gardens,
    Jewish Home for the Aged and the
    Hebrew Home fo.- the Aged of Mi-
    ami Beach. Council volunteers help
    to provide entertainment and rec-
    reation, serve a; a :r:nd!y visitor,
    and aid in letter-writing and shop-
    ping
    Coun unteer hours to th Save Our Sen-
    iors fSOs) program, located on
    Miami Beach. Here the volunteer
    helis to distribute surplus food
    packages to senior citizens on wel
    fare and acts as a friendly visitor
    It is also the Council volunteer's
    responsibility to see that these sen-!
    ior citizens under.-iand what medi-
    cal and social services are available
    to them and then help them to re-
    ceive their entitled benefits.
    At the South Beach Activities
    Center, Council members provide a
    variety of services, including Eng-
    lish tutoring, arts and crafts in-
    struction, and recreation
    Greater Miami section's newest
    service to senior citizens is. "Hello
    Neighbor." a daily telephone re-'
    assurance program. Serving a-;
    chairmen of these programs are
    Mrs. Pearl Buda. Mrs. Bertha Still
    man a.-.J Mrs. Ellen Izen.
    Jewih community. As an active
    member of the Conference of Pres-
    idents of Major American Jewish
    Organizations and the National
    Jewish Community Relations Ad'
    Eory Council, NCJW is involved ii
    all aspects of American Jewish
    .'!. .."(! 's active on behalf of
    all over the world. Locally.
    Greater Miami section helps to
    r for college
    tudeni inl r -ted ;; I v ish ed
    cati >n >unc I mi mbers hip i
    o r i l it the Confer n
    Soviet Jewry.
    In Ii ael I >day more than 5
    cenl ichool poulatl >n c ir ;
    from cu.tura ly and educati< tall
    disad' uitag.".'. homns. There!
    Couni 1 (.ncentrates its |
    on dev< loping teaching techn qu is
    .-.. thai thes youngsters may be-
    come cart of the mainstream .f
    Israeli l:fe as quickly as possible
    The NCJW Center for Research
    in Educa' in f the Di advanl igi '
    - .t work (lev-loping innovative
    pducrtional programs which l
    benefit the cuIturalK deprived a
    . Isiael and ultimately in the L'nil
    St. center rprosot:*s a million do'.iar
    '"ouncil commitment over a ', I
    yc^r period, which began in 197!
    Ccuncil funds also helped t>
    ei el the Hi brew U"'r*ity High
    School, the prac'ice teaching cen-
    ter and demonstration school for
    the John Dwey High School '
    Education. This school, because >'
    I'ouncil'-; financial assistance, has
    developed into the foremost Is-
    raeli institution for training teach-
    ers and scttin; educational star.J
    ards.
    EDUCATIONJt MATERIALS
    Council sections throughout the
    country s.-n l educational materials
    and toys to preschool children i
    Israel though its "Ship-A-BoJ '
    program. Package* are sent to .
    rael's Ministry cf Education an 1
    Ministry of Social Welfare for dis-
    tribution in kindergartens, school-,
    and other children's installations i:i
    Israel.
    Providing natuwr.lzation and im
    migration service in Miami todav
    continues to be one of Greater Mi
    ami section's major concerns. As
    the local cooperating agencv for
    United Hias Service, this program,
    helped financially by the Greater
    Miami Jewish Federation, transacts
    all immigration and search matters
    in the Miami Jewish community,
    including Cuban airlift cases.
    agency, under the direction
    SOCIAl ACTION
    In the local, national and inter-
    national forums where decisions
    sre made, Cmncil women have tes-
    tified before legislators on day
    cat i and medicare, the Middle Fast
    --I southeast Asia, civil rights an i
    , campus unre.it.
    On the state level. NCJW leg;,
    1 l1at,v".....mmittees are the
    togs .1 local government and the
    , spokesmen for Council's concerns
    j m educational and social service.
    Council volunteers stand up to
    be counted on such issues as abor-
    | tion reform, consumer Detection
    and sex education. Social action
    chairman for Greater Miami sec-
    j tion is Mrs. Anna Mae Ross
    I Council aLo is a leader in the
    For children who have never
    olayed with toys or seen a
    !>>ok. the Ship a Box gif
    | can spur the first import
    ' ant steps for knowledge and desire
    to learn. To the tcar-her and
    cial worker this ma'erial is a vi
    tal educational tool in working
    ;'" the disadvantaged child.
    Through the cooperation of the
    Bureau uf Jeyi.h Education, the
    children of Jewish religious school;
    in Dade County aid the Greater Mi-
    ami section by contributing gifts
    ' toe Ship-A-Box program a'.
    Chanukah.
    Mrs. Myra Farr. Greater Mia:':
    U ii- board member and pas!
    sident. gee es as national rice
    president of NCJW. Mrs. E\
    poh"n. past section preside
    served as a memoer of this year's
    national nominating committc i,
    Serving as national board mem
    l" I from Miami are Mrs. Dorothy
    Oppenheim and Mrs Reva Wexler.
    who is also convention chairman
    f>r Councils 30th b:?nnial mee'.-
    ing.
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    Friday. March 23. 1973
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    By: HASKELL COHEN
    Athletes From 20 States Apply For U.S. Team
    (<). ii>T:i Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
    THE FIRST 165 athletes to ap-
    ply for consideration by the
    U.S. Committee Sports for Israel,
    Inc., for selection to the 1973
    U.S. Maccabiah Team which will
    compete in Israel July 9 to 19,
    come from 2o states throughout
    the nation.
    New York leads with 47 ap-
    plicants, followed by so from
    California. 19 from New Jersey.
    10 from Ohio and eight from
    Pennsylvania. Maryland accounts
    for seven applications and Flor-
    ida for six. Massachusetts
    Michigan and Missouri are rep-
    resented by five each '.inc! there
    are four applicants from both
    Illinois and Kentucky. Arizona
    and Texas each have two and
    there i>. to dale, one applicant
    from Maine. Mississippi Hhode
    Island and Tennessee.
    "Of course," said Nat Holman,
    president of the U.S. Commit tee,
    the traditional sponsor of the
    aVMP*Maecabiah efflpWsfcre
    states will be heard from soon
    and the national distribution will
    undoubtedly be very different
    within the next 60 clays as we
    draw closer to the selection of
    athletes."
    Bulletin posters inviting
    American Jewish athletes to ap-
    ply, are being mailed to every
    college, Jewish Community Cen-
    i.'i. YM-YaWiHA and similar insti-
    tutions in the country. Mr. Hol-
    man explained.
    The preliminary analysis of
    our first group of applications is
    most encouraging, since it shows
    thai we are reaching out lo the
    entire nation and Jewish athletes
    are responding with cnthu-
    Ban," concluded Mr. Holman.
    whose "reflrement" is occupied
    very much by bis duties as presi-
    dent ol the U.S. Committee
    Sports for Israel. Inc.. which
    has its national headquarters at
    Suite 5:5. Slatler Hilton Mote:.
    38rd Street and 7th Avenue,
    New York, NY. 10001.
    CAPITAL COMMENT By JOSEPH P0LAK0FF
    Congressional Record Carries Hebrew Tributes
    ANfE Oil TWICE \ YKAR. the Congressional
    Record ihe pro dings and ites of our
    nss carries words or a sentence in Hebrew
    letters texts Ac ording to Raymond Noyes,
    clerk oi the record who has been responsible for us
    its tor 20 years, the Governmenl Printing Of-
    onts ol Hebrew type and of othei
    languages bul I I non-English in the ecoi
    'frowned upon" except when in prayers On< i ison,
    he said is the absence of proff readers v ho <
    Bok Review Seymour B I iehnum
    Jews, Jesus And The Silent Ones
    CAMUEL SANDMEL 18 A professor of Bible at
    Hebrew Union College and author of We Jews
    sad Jesus iOxford University Press, si 08). The
    book is slightly reminiscent ol his
    1956 work, "A Jewish Understand-
    in'.' of the New Testvment." EMs
    new book must be compared with
    Wilson's "The Execution of Jesus''
    which achieves what Sandmel set
    as his goal and did nol attain.
    The account of and the myths
    surrounding Jesus' death,
    which the au&or mentions only in
    passing, is more important for a Jewish under-
    standing than an enumeration of the numerous con-
    tradictions in the gospels and a critique of Renan.
    Schweitzer, Klausner and others. His failure to sup-
    ply the Christian answers to the very questions that
    he poses is disappointing. Among these questions
    that we assume that Sandmel put to his Christian
    friends sre, "Why should we Jews be blamed for
    the death of Jesus since the death was for universal
    benefit and if Jesus knew of the events in advance
    which wen paii -f .- Divini schedule, why blame
    men for acting out the preordained role?"
    Imel tends to be tautological and almosl
    apoli getic to Christians because of his opinions.
    Roosevelt and Churchill did nothing to save
    as shown bj Henrj Feingold and others, why
    the author soughl to exculpate them is enigmatic.
    Frederick Heer, Ihe noted German Protestant his-
    torian wrote in his "God's First Love" that "no one
    wanted the Jews" during the Hitler era.
    The Voices of the Silent by Cornelia Gersten-
    maier, translated from the Germon by Susan Becker
    (Hari Publishing Co., $2.96) is an authentic account
    of the existence of intellectual defiance lo Russian
    suppression within Russia. The author believes that
    Russian intellectuals have a pro-Jewish attitude only
    because they regard anti-Semitism as cultural back-
    wardness. Anti Semitism is currently disguised as
    anti-Zionism.
    While the thrust of the book is to prove the
    covert as well as open criticism of Russian life, she
    uses the cases of Jews and incidents such as the
    public recital of Babi-Yar as illustrations of the lack
    oi elementary freedoms that prevail under Soviet
    leadership. The trial of Boris Kochubievsky in 1969
    showed "an anti-Semitism that would seem excessive
    in the Middle Ages."
    Boris had made a public dtmonstration against
    the one-sided Soviet condemnation of Israel as the
    j. ressor in the >ix !>..> War He and his non-Jewish
    wife ha.I also applied for exit visas tor Israel. They
    were accused of Zionism. He was sentenced to three
    .ears in a concentration camp but after l'. years
    Ihe) were permitted to leave. The author makes
    the point thai the Rus-ians are losing confidence in
    their regime and that the Six-Da) W.,i was 'lie be-
    ginning of Zionism in contemporary Russia.
    DATELINE ISRAEL
    By CARL ALPER7
    The Puzzle Of Uri And Udi
    THIS IS THE STORY of two young men, both
    ihra sons of Kibbutz Gan Shmuel. Both were
    bright boys, both wen i h the kibbutz educa-
    tional system, both serve! n the
    Israel Vrmy with distinction. Fate
    , brought both of them to the Syrian
    I the author mentions only in
    | the similarity ends.
    Uri Han was 20 years old when
    | in December of 191)4 he was
    f a group of five Isra ill soldiers
    who crossed the Syrian border one
    I night, engaged on a security mis.
    sion. All of them were captured and thrown into a
    Damascus prison There, for weeks on end. they
    were submitted to gruelling inquisition and torture,
    seeking to extract from them all possible informa-
    tion about Israel's military affair--, five weeks later
    young Uri could no longer stand the torture.
    He wrote several small notes on tiny scraps of
    paper and stuffed these into the seams of his
    clothes, and the toe of his socks. He then made a
    rope out of material from his cell mattress, and
    hanged himself.
    On. Jan. 14. 1955 his body was returned to
    Israel and was buried in the Gan Shmuel cemetery
    with full military honors. Gen. Moshe Dayan. speak-
    ing at the graveside said that the army can not
    guarantee the lives of its soldiers. "It is the lives
    of soldiers which guarantee life to the nation."
    Kibbutz Gan Shmuel mourned its head hero,
    and one of the cultural buildings in the settlement
    bears Iris name.
    Fhud Aviv, known to all as Udi. was eight years
    old when he stood with his schoolmates at Uri's
    graveside. Udi had a great personal distinction. He
    was the Hrsl native grandchild of the kibbutz. Like
    I i !>, fore him. he went through the kibbutz school
    system. He .-. rved in the paratrooper unit of the
    army and fought in Ihe liberation of Jerusalem.
    Later 1'cli was characterized by one of his
    friends. Excellent student, energetic sportsman, a
    fighter soldier and known as a handsome Don Juan.
    But Udi was exposed to different influences.
    He was at an impressionable age when Aharon
    Cohen, the ideologist-philosopher of the Mapam po-
    litical party, to which Gan Shmuel belonged, was
    found guilty of passing secret information to a for-
    eign agent and sentenced to an Israel prison. De-
    spite the verdict, many of Mapam justified Cohen.
    At the Haifa University Udi mingled with the ex-
    treme leftist student bodies which constantly criti-
    cized Israel, and justified even the Munich massacre.
    Udi got to Damascus, like his fellow kibbutznik,
    but his mission was different. According to evi-
    dence compiled by the Israel security authorities he
    went there of his own free will, ions for Ihe carrying out of assassinations and acts
    of terrorism in Israel.
    The arrest of Udi Adiv, together with three
    other Jews, among scores of Arabs who were accused
    of setting up a spy ring in Israel, came as a great
    shock to Israel, especially when it was charged that
    Udi had been one of the ringleaders.
    Today ibis is still the number one conversa-
    tion subject in Israel. And at Gan Shmuel the kib.-
    butz fathers take a second look at the permissive.
    leftist education which they give to their youth, and
    wonder preciselj what made the difference between
    Uri and Udi
    sun o, th aci or i.-' of the tbrei gnism
    li 'li br
    in i e in 11 days late in January I
    port n- il cer 'monies at the Capitol
    I carried Ihe text of the prayer given by Rabbi
    Seym u 5i< :,!. professor of theology at the Jewish
    rheological Seminary. Naming both President \i\, i
    and Vice Pres dent Agnev in his prayer, Rabbi Sie
    spok Ing words in Hebrew and in Englis
    ' Blessed are You, 0 Lord Our God. King of the
    Uiiiversi
    I in in a fortnight later, the record reported
    the eulogy ol Rabbi Jacob Pressman of Temp1"
    Beth Am. Los tngeles, on Eugene Wyman whose
    ': alii at IT 3f a heart attack in his law office
    Beverl) Hills was mourned in the Senate.
    In eulogizing Mr. Wyman, who earned distinc-
    tion as a leader in politics and among his own pea*
    pie, Rabbi Pressman quoted in Hebrew six lines
    from the modern classic Hebrew poet. Chaim Nach'
    man Bialik (1873-1984). The rabbis English trans-
    lation oi what was the poet's own epitaph foil we-'
    "After my death, thus you shjll mourn for me
    'There was a man. and behold, he is no more
    "Before his time he died, this man.
    "And the song of his life was interrupted in the
    middle
    "And oh, the tragedy' He had one more song
    And now thai song is lost, forever, lost for-
    ever."
    Majority Leader Mike Mansfield caused tl
    publication in the record of Rabbi Pressman's eui
    ol". and also that given bv Miss Bess Myerson. the
    New York Commissioner of Consumer Affairs, .
    close personal friend of the Wyman family. S.
    Hubert Humphrey commented:
    "As a Loyal American, as a devoted Jew as ,
    lawyer with an understanding of freedom's value,
    a father anxious to pass on a better wciet) I i his
    children indeed as a true citizen of a den
    Gene Wyman knew thai participation in the p il ti
    process was the proper expression of the Judaic-
    christian ethic that permeate the ideal, m I our
    country."
    When the American Foreign Service Assoc
    tion decided to rehabilitate some old China hands.
    particularly John S. Service, from the stigma at-
    tached to them a quarter of a century ago during
    the era of the late Sen. Joseph McCarthy,
    went far out in another direction. This tradition
    bound i ,i m of American diplomat-
    Barbara Tuchman, who twice won the Pulita
    for her books. "Ihe Guns of August" and Stii
    well and the American Experience in China 1911-
    1948," to introduce Mr. Service al a luncheon at the
    State Department.
    To have Mrs. Tuchman. or someone like her.
    address the as ... lion would have been deeme i
    impossible even a few yean ago. The graj hai
    historian immediately won the affection of
    lomals and even drew applause for her description
    of Mrs. Cold., Meir's "toughness." Speaking th a
    New Yorkese accent that instantly reminded a lis-
    tener of Mrs. Meir's own English with its Yiddish
    inflection. Mrs. Tuchman brought Mrs. Men into
    her discussion when she spoke of reasons why
    masculine policymakers do not listen to reports of
    developments they dislike. This is how she put ir
    "Your reports (the diplomats) must also pass
    through a screen of psychological factors at the re-
    ceiving end: temperament, or private ambitions, or
    the fear of not appearing masterful, or a ruler's in-
    ner sense that his manhood is at stake. This is .>
    male problem that fortunately does not trouble
    women which might be one advantage of havin?
    a woman in high office. Whatever inner inadequacy
    may gnaw at o woman's vitals, it does not compel
    her to compensate by showing how tough she is.
    You. may cite Golda Meir in objection, but one ge
    the impression that her toughness is natural, rather
    than neurotic, besides being required bv the c reu "-
    stances.''

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    ni the means fty which young
    linen in their teens can par-
    pate in Council's total pro
    ams.
    p"hey will present to the con-
    ition body. Bill of Rights for
    ildrcn, which calls upon the
    icrs of this country to join
    Councils crusade to create a
    her world for tomorrow's
    ildren.
    psted in the Bill of Rights are
    right to a peaceful world,
    re from the threat of war and
    Imic destruction; the right of
    B children to enjoy equal
    standards of good nuitrition and
    health; the right to free and
    equal education; the right to
    |ec. comprehensive day care
    [Vices; the right to religious
    I'dom. extending beyond na-
    bn;:l boundaries; the right to a
    pc world, free from crime and
    nice in our streets; the right
    B life enriched not divided.
    racial, national, and ethnic
    Kerences; the right to a mass
    pdia which educates and in-
    rms children without exploit-
    them; the right to complete
    |ualitv between sexes; the right
    la clean world, free from pollu-
    )n
    K Another feature nf the con-
    ^fcntion will be the celebration
    B Israel's Jith annivci sarv at
    B? "Council in Israel" luncheon
    Besday at 12:30 p.m.
    Thise attending will hear Dr.
    ?aim Adler, director of the
    FJW's SI million innovative
    iter for Research in Education
    the Disadvantaged in Israel
    He is flying from Israel to the
    Invention to report the latesl
    ridings of the center at the
    threw University which is
    forking in close cooperation
    With Israel's Ministry of Educa-
    tion en important educational re-
    search affecting the integration
    of the disadvantaged into the
    mainstream of Israeli life.
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    Clark will be the honored guest
    Tuesriav evening at 8 p.m. at a
    special program on "Justice for
    Children." which will help serve
    as a elimination of NCJW s
    yeai long survey of national di-
    mensions investigating the evils
    of our legal system for children
    caught in its web. He is expected
    to deal with the legal ramifica-
    tions of children who are in-
    volved with the law.
    National elections and the
    adoption of national resolutions
    will take place Wednesday. In
    the morning. 500 delegates will
    participate in a "Workshop on
    Wheels," visiting the Greater Mi-
    ami section's service installa-
    tions in the Dade County area.
    The purpose of tne workshop
    tour is to give visiting dele-
    gates, who represent 100.000
    women from across the country,
    information pertinent to the serv-
    ice projects they visit
    Hannah Stein. NCJW national
    executive director, will address
    the convention Wednesday eve-
    ning before delegates break in-
    to small workshop groups. "Coun-
    cil Brings the Future in Focus"
    will be the topic of her delivery.
    On Thursday evening delegates
    will convene for the final ban-
    quet to hear Dr. Joachim Prinz,
    noted civil rights leader and
    past president of the American
    Jewish Congress
    Rabbi Prinz will be honored
    by Council with the Faith and
    Humanity Award, which honors
    a recipient for social action and
    service to the community.
    Greater Miami elected rele-
    gate! include Mis Mikki Filter-
    nick. Mrs Gladys Green. Mrs.
    Arline Pritcher. Mrs. Judy Gil-
    bert. Mrs. Arline Zucker and Mrs.
    Doris Rich.
    Alternates elected include Mrs.
    Nanci Goldstein, Mrs. Mitel Gar-
    field, Mrs. Florence Tamarkin.
    Mrs. Bea Kazan Mrs. Barbara
    S; heeler. Mrs. Frances Fahrer,
    Mrs. Mildred Welcher and Rosa-
    lie Podoll .
    Heinrich Joins Wolf & Co.
    Ken Heinrich. a former city edi-
    tor of the Miami News, has joined
    .lames C. Wolf & Co.. Inc.. as an
    account executive. He was a re-
    porter for the Miami Beach Sun.
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    Grove and observation of activities
    | in a ci iminal court.
    As part of the regular campin" |
    program between June 25 and
    Aim. 18. the "V" is making avail
    able a limited number of
    counselor-in-training positions to
    young people. The professional
    staft at the "Y camping program '
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    people for CIT positions.
    Harecn Bertisch is director of
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    In his report on Cuba. Mr
    Becker, the VVJC's Consultant
    on Inter-Community Affairs, un-
    folded a portrait of Jewish life
    under the Castro regime and a
    communist government. He re-
    turned last month from his sec-
    ond visit in two years.
    The Jewish population of
    Cuba reached its peak in the
    1950s numbering 14.000. Many
    arrivals were refugees from
    Nazism. Today. 900 Jews live
    in Havana and 300 are scat
    tered throughout the rest of the
    island. Most of the remaining
    Jews are older.
    The government. Becker
    noted, has permitted the com-
    munity to retain all of its five
    synagogue buildings, one of
    which serves as a Jewish Center
    and house of worship.
    Subsidies are provided direct-
    ly by the government which
    rents the synagogue auditor-
    iums tor various functions. Ad-
    ditional contributions are made
    by the Cuban Jews from their
    earnings.
    Activities of the community
    include religious services, fes-
    tival observances, adult educa-
    tion classes, twice-weekly He-
    brew lessons for young people,
    cultural programs, a circulating
    library and a choral group. A
    Zionist club and Zionist activi-
    ties are permitted.
    The community has remained
    a member of the World Jewish
    Congress, and its leaders par-
    ticipate in international meet-
    ings. Mr Becker reported. A day
    school, named after Theodore
    Herd, was nationalized as a
    State School, and with the agree-
    ment of the community, renamed
    , after Albert Einstein. This vv<
    "a more acceptable identity for
    I a communist state, despite Cuba's
    legation exchange with Israel,"
    Becker observed.
    He noted that "as a gesture
    of cooperation, in a nation will-
    gasoline rationing, the 30 to 40
    grade school children are bused
    to the Einstein School so they
    can. after their regular classes,
    study Hebrew and other Jewish
    subjects for an additional 90
    minutes daily."
    Unfortunately. Becker related,
    the two teachers, whose salaries
    had been paid by the govern-
    ment, are no longer able to work.
    Today the children are being
    taught Hebrew and other sub-
    jects by a young Catholic teach-
    er, who received her Hebrew
    training over the last few years
    in the adult classes in the Jew-
    ish community center
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    Residences from one to three
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    "eJewisXi Floridian
    Miami, Florida -- friday, March 23, 1973
    Section B
    Hebrew Theological College
    Vice President Dinner Speaker
    Dr. Harold P. Smith, vice pros- speaker Wednesday nisht at the dent of Beth Jacob Congregation,
    ident of the Hebrew Theological Chicago university's annual Loy-
    Collcge, Will be the principal alty Banquet at the Eden Roc
    Hotel honoring Harry L. Isenstein.
    Off. HAROLD P. SMITH
    Dr. Smith is a former president
    of th<- Chicago Rabbinical Council
    and former national president of
    tiic Rabbinical Council ol Am
    He served for five years as na-
    tional chairman of the Commis-
    sion on Education of the RCA.
    Rabbis S T. Swirsky and David
    Lehrfield, general chairmen of the
    dinner, announced that ]0 Greater
    Miami civic and religious leaders
    have 'iccepted appointments as co-
    chairmen.
    Those named include Oscar B.
    Scha-iro, executive committee
    chairman of the Greater Miami
    Hebrew Academy; Samuel Rein-
    hard, state chairman of the Amer-
    ican Red Magen David for Israel:
    David Eisenstein, president of
    Kneseth Israel Congregation; Abe
    Eisenstein, Israel Bonds leader;
    and William G. Mechanic, presi-
    Other cochairmen are Rabbis
    Paul J. Bender. A. L. Drazin, Alex
    ander S. Gross, Mordecai Shapiro
    and Abraham J. Safra.
    Rabbi Gross, principal of the
    Hebrew Academy and ol the I.ouis
    Herwitzer Mesivta High School,
    said some 20 students and gradu
    ates of the two Miami Beach
    schools will attend Wednesdaj '.-
    dinner
    Rabbi Smith is national co-
    chairman of the legislative com
    mittee of the RCA, and served for
    20 years as spiritual leader of
    Congregation Agudath Achim of
    Chicago's South Shore. He has
    twice delivered the opening prayer
    before the United States Congress.
    including the occasion when Con-
    gress reconvened after the assassi-
    nation of President John F.
    Kennedy. *
    Lehrman Day School reception at Bay Harbor Islands home
    of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Green continued preparations for
    the April 28 Scholarship Ball benefiting the community
    school sponsored by Temple Emanu-El. Pictured from left)
    ere Mr. and Mrs. Green and Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman.
    The S125-a-coup!e, black tie dinner-dance will be held at
    the Friedland Ballroom.
    Milton M. Parson, director of Israel Bonds in South Florida,
    presents the State of Israel Atzmaut (Independence) Award
    to Mrs. Fanny Houtz at the Morton Towers-Israel Dinner of
    State, March 10. at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Mrs. Houtz, a
    psychiatric social worker, was honored for her long and
    distinguished career and her efforts on behalf of Jewish
    and civic causes. The dinner raised over SI30,000 in Capi-
    tal for Israel and Israel Bonds. Also present at the ceremony
    were Mrs. Florence Minov, honorary chairman, and Gmanuel
    Mentz, dinner chairman.
    ^
    Wine and cheese tasting party highlighted Wednesday
    afternoon's 33rd Anniversary Luncheon of the Temple
    Emanu-El Sisterhood. Burdine's sponsored the pre-luncheon
    reception for patrons of the luncheon, which honored Mrs.
    George Goldberg, not shown. Mrs. Irving Cypen, (left) served
    as chairman of patrons and Mrs. Eugene Weiss was gen-
    eral chairman.


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    Friday, March 23. 1973
    Century 21 Residents Will Dedicate
    Ambulance For Red Magen David
    Ke.-iclents of the Century 21 the committee which raised funds
    I iidoniinium in North Miami tor the ambulance, ivith Dr. Albert
    BtMB will dedicate an ambulance Selfman serving as cochairman.
    Rabbi Aaron Shapiro will be a
    special guest at the prosram. Mr.
    ("oleman said.
    Gerald Schwartz, past president
    of the Zionist Council of South
    Florida and public relations coun-
    sel for the American Red Magen
    David, also will participate.
    Refreshments will he served fol-
    lowing the dedication.
    Hi Fi Show
    Opens Friday
    At Sheraton
    DAVID COUMAM
    people of Israel Sunday
    n ceremonial open to
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    IKM St will begin outdoors.
    inve into the apart
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    rtt oi Miami
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    Vmeriean K<-i! Magen David.
    r) General Motors am-
    ul i'.' tnc aztto i i
    : i< Red Magen
    1967 Six Da> War
    president <>i the
    eha|r and S!
    ., Miami Beach, a mem-
    I mal board of direc-
    the American
    i Di id foi Israi I at the
    :' on i -
    in Vberbach is chairman of
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    Show opens Friday at tho Shera-
    ton Four Ambassadors The three-
    day exhibition, which closes Sun-
    day, is said to be among the mosl
    complete expositions of sound and
    music ever assembled under one
    Stereo and hi-fi buffs will be
    able to see the product lines ol 55
    leading manufacturers. Large Mi-
    ami retail organizations, Stereo
    Review magazines and radio sta
    rions will sponsor special exhibits
    A special laboratory and audio
    came conducted by SEH El v
    Service, a professional
    Miami audio service company, will
    be one of the shows features.
    rs will tie able, free of
    charge, to bring their equlpmi nt
    o the s,::i clinic for analysis of
    amplifiers and receivers by the
    rirm's professional audio testing
    \ i< es
    Teresa and Robert Roper.- have
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    Lorber CARIH
    Dinner To Mark
    Its 2.1th Birthday
    It's the 25th birthday of the
    Lorber Chapter of the Children's
    Asthma Research institute and
    Hospital at Denver and members
    plan to celebrate with a pro-res
    give dinner planned for April 7
    at 7:30 p.m.
    Cocktails will be served at the
    home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
    Rosenberg ami the balance <-f the
    ; meal at two other homes
    Chairmen are Mrs. Finest Har-
    ris and Mrs. Ralph Leidner. Pro
    ceeds will help support the chil-
    dren's home.
    i
    rladassah Group
    i Art Auction Set
    The Naomi Group of Hadaxxah
    will hold an art auction for the
    benefit of orphan children at the
    ! Kendalltown Country Club on
    Saturday evening.
    Original paintings and litho-
    graphs will he on exhibit, and a
    representation of Israeli art will
    be featured
    Preview will he held from 4:4?i
    to 8.45 p.m. followed by the
    auction
    HilM McnVChib
    Spring Dance
    On Sunday. April i at s
    the Men's club of the HJllel C >m
    munity Day School is having its
    soring dance at the Balmoral
    Hotel The evening will include
    music, dancing and refreshments.
    Program chairman is Ben Genad.
    Ilillel School vice president in
    charge of transportation. Both he
    and his wife are members ol tlit
    school's board of governors
    William Siegel is president of
    the newly formed .Men's Club
    Before coming down to Florida,
    hi was active in helping young
    people thi in. h his temple and
    scouting affiliations. Hi was
    very active in the B"nai B'i
    Miami FBI Agent Is
    Brotherhood Speaker
    Kenneth W. Whittaker. FBI
    agent in charge of tha Miami roi
    office, will speak on the work of
    the FBI at the regular monthij
    I reakfasi ol the Brotherhood ot
    temple Beth Sholom. on Sunday
    at 10:30 a.m. at the temple audi-
    torium, according to Aaron Fan,
    program chairman.
    Mr. U'lutttaker is a native of
    New York, where he received his
    primary educatier. He was award-
    ed his Bachelor ot Law Degree
    from American University in
    , Washington. D. C. He is a member
    oi tile Bar, and ha.- been admitted
    to practice in several states and
    before the Supreme Conn of the
    Cnited States He entered on dut>
    I with the FBI as a special aseni
    in 1951. and served in bureau
    offices throughout the country,
    working cases in the criminal.
    I Communist and espionage fields.
    iDavid Pinski Club
    Plans Oiieg Shahbos
    ; The next Oneg Shabbos ol the
    David Pinski Club will be Friday
    at the Ida Fisher School Cafeteria.
    Subject ol a talk by I. Lasavin,
    author and lecturer, will be, "The
    Martyred Yiddish Poet. Pereti
    Markish Hilda Zucker, folk sing-
    er, accompanied bj Paul Yanovsk>
    on the mandolin, will entertain
    with a group of Yiddish and He-
    brew songs Henrietta Schiu'/er of
    Yiddish Art Theatre, will re-
    cite Yiddish tl.issics.
    Pre-Paseover Meeting
    Young Israel Sisterhood will hold
    a pre Passo1 n meeting Wednes la)
    I at 8.30 p m. in the temple social
    I hall. Mrs Zalman Kossowaky will
    lead a discussion on Passover fol-
    lowed by cooking di
    ot traditional Passe* ei $ bj
    Mrs Barn Schreibei and
    stuarl Gro -
    He was designated special aaent
    I in charge of the Miami FBI office
    in June. 1970.
    Martin .1 Steiner is Brotherhoo
    pre-ident The Brotherhood sup
    ports the Youth Activities prograi
    of the Temple
    i
    Dr. I.eon Kronish is the Tei:
    pie's spiritual leader.
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    Friday, March 23, 1973
    +Jewisti noridicur
    Paqe 3-B
    Ambassador Barmore Slated
    For Histadrut In Hollywood
    Ex-Mayor Shapiro, Daughter
    Slate Play At Beach School
    Ambassador Jacob Barmore, a | April 12 at the new Holiday Inn
    ranking member of Israel's per-1 in Hollywood Beach.
    manent delegation to the United
    AMBASSADOR BARMORE
    Nations, will be the guest speaker
    at the National Spring Conference
    of the Israel Histadrut Foundation
    Local Artist Is Guest
    Women of Mesivta High School
    ha\e set the annual Torah Box
    luncheon for Monday at noon in
    \\ aldman's Hotel. Sandy Goldman,
    local artist, will present some ot
    her work and speak on "Art As
    An Expression of Jewish Culture."
    Ambassador Barmore will join
    l>i: Sol Stein of New York, na-
    lional president, and Dr. Leon
    Kronish of .Miami Beach, national
    chairman of the board of the
    Israel Histadrut Foundation, in
    addressing the one-day conclave.
    Former Israel's Minister to the
    UN, Ambassador Barmore has ap-
    peared in South Fiorida in behalf
    .if the Israel Histadrut Campaign,
    the United Jewish Appeal and
    State ot Israel Bonds.
    The April 12 meetings, which
    open with a 10 a.m. session on
    personal financial planning, will
    introduce the Israel Histadrut
    Foundation program to Jewry in
    the North Dade and South Brow-
    nrd areas, according to Moe Levin
    jf Miami Beach.
    Mr. Levin, a national vice pres
    ident of the Israel Histadrut
    'Gamma Rays' Held Over
    Films opening Friday at Wo-
    metco Theatres include "The
    Worlds Greatest Athlete" at the
    Palm Springs and Twin Gables I;
    "Sleuth" starring Laurence Olivier
    at the Carib, and "Wattstax" at
    the Miami. "Effect of Gama Kays
    on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds."
    starring Joanne Woodward, is be-
    ing held over for a second week
    it the Byron.
    Purim Celebration Set
    Eilat Chapter of Pioneer Women
    will celebrate Purim at a regular
    meeting March 27.. 7:30 p.m. at
    the Washington Federal. 1234
    Washington Ave. Frieda Levitan
    will speak on Youth Aliyah, Ida j
    Kavolsky will give a reading on
    Purim. and Regina Bailin will en-
    tertain with Yiddish. Hebrew and
    English songs. Veda Gruber is
    president
    An Evening Of Music And Fun...
    WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1972
    AT
    TEMPLE EMANU-EL
    Sam Levenson
    Popular Humorist and Story Teller
    "JEWISH HUMOR"
    - PIUS -
    Piano Selections
    by
    Composer and Conductor
    SHMUEL FERSHKO
    8:15 P.M. in the Main Sanctuary
    1701 Washington Avenue
    Chairman Judge Irving Cypen
    Tickets of
    Main Office
    1701 Washington Aventii
    8:15 'H '"< **** Mai" ^*n 1701 Washington Avenue
    Reserved Seats SI.50
    General Admission S2.50
    Student Tickets
    Foundation, said the organization
    is emphasizing a recently launched
    drive to raise $5 million for the
    Histadrut -Mortgage Fund through
    8.5 per cent Histadrut Annuitv
    Trusts.
    Proceeds from the issue will go
    towards the financing of new
    homes for Israel armed forces vet-
    erans and young married couples.
    Mr. Levin said.
    "Masada," an original three-act
    play, will b" this yar's presenta-
    tion of Remma Shapiro and her
    father. Harold Shapiro, past mayor
    if Mi "ni Beach and attorney, at
    the Hebrew Academy March 23 at
    9 a.m.
    It has become traditional for,
    this daughter and daddy team to
    put on a different original play
    each year in observance of Rcm-
    ma's birthday. This year Reirma
    is 10 years old and her father
    wrote a play about a significant.
    fight for freedom that 1.900 j'ears
    ago, the Jews made against the1
    Romans in Israel.
    Remma and her father alwa;-:
    play al! the characters in each play.
    They make their own costumes and
    scenery. Remma's mother. Sylvia,
    handles all the props.
    Champagne Party Fetes
    Greater Miami section. National
    Council of Jewish Women are hav-
    ;ng a 10 a in champagne with El-
    lie Marvin Friday at the home
    if Gerry Lou Silverman, 450 \V.
    Di Lido Dr.
    By invitation only, the party is
    to introduce Mrs. Earl (Eleanor)
    Marvin. NCJW president, to Mi-
    .uni members. _____
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    Friday. March 23, 1973
    Mrs. George Goldberg Gels
    Sisterhood Special Award
    r~
    Mrs. George (Sylvia) Goldberg
    as honored by the Temple
    menu-El Sisterhood Wednesday
    rnoon at the organization's
    d Anniversary Luncheon. A
    nc of more than
    part in the salute
    the synag i ue
    Mrs Goldberg, a pasi president
    he Fm.>- n El ---^tcihood and
    lead r for Hadassah and numer-
    muni s caus< s, was pre
    with .. handsome engraved
    - aque.
    ng Lehrman. rabbi ot
    than
    lined in nil
    i.i Mrs Goldberg. Mrs
    gem .1 Roberta) Wei" was
    Reliable 16 year old
    Israeli high school girl
    student studying in
    U.S.A. speaks perfect
    English seeks job as
    JUNIOR COUNCILOR
    In Summer Camp In
    North Carolina
    Call MA. or MRS. SCMOCNFELD
    at 947-0259
    10 a.m.-4 p.m.
    i weekdays i
    general chairman, Mrs Benjamin
    (Mel i Beloff. president, praisi
    Mrs. Weiss arid lie!- numerous com-
    mltments for the success of the !
    program.
    Burd ne's hoi I a ine ant
    cheese for patn
    in Sirkin Hall bel ire the gala
    luncheon in the Friedland Ball
    :. nn Mrs [n ing i Hazel i Cyper.
    was jhaii i an ol
    Mm Temple El Playen
    special pla> saluting
    the 33rd aiinh ei sarj ol Ihi
    active v omt n -
    MBSH Present
    Annual Concert
    The Miami Beach Senior High
    Musk Department will prewnt it-
    second annual concert at 7:30 p.m
    Thursday. April 12. at the Miami
    Beach Auditorium
    Featured in this concert produc-
    tion will be the Jazz Band. Guitar
    Ensemble, Concert Orchestra, A
    Cappella Choir, and Symphonic
    Bend, as well as individual soloists.
    Tickets are available at the
    school.
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    PASSOVER SEDER
    conducted by CANTOR STANLEY RICH
    MONDAY, APRIL 16th at 6 P.M.
    $14.50 per person. Reservations: 531-1271
    including tax and tip Mr. Newman

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    ntainebleau Vl_
    Irving Firtcl. atti rnej i
    ident of the Greatei
    lehre a i id ha i b i i i
    raited ru er of the Miami Beach
    Lodge of the Elks. The frati
    irder. with some 2 000 men
    is the largest such organization in
    he city
    Mr. Firti I up the *
    of the Elks and was elected with-
    out opposition He is pasi
    ident of the Miami Beach Ji
    and ot tiir Beam Optimist Club.
    A member of the Cit> ol Miami
    Beach Safetj C n imittee he
    director of Temple Emanu-El, the
    Greater Miami Chapter of the
    American Friends of the H
    ' Universitj and of the Gold Coasl
    lodge of B'nai B'rith.
    Richard Bernard, an aci
    was elected as esteemed lea
    knight and Gerald K. Schwai
    attorney, was named esteemed
    loyal knight. Advertising execu
    Marvin Baida was elected es
    teemed lecturing knight.
    Other officers elected were Ed-
    ward Shapiro, secretary: In
    Weinstein. treasurer: Ernest Bern
    stein, teller, and David Drucker,
    alternate delegate.
    Trustees elected include Stanley
    Fisher, Joseph Drucker. Murr y
    Gilman, Louis Samuels and Harry
    Kleinman. Sam Bauman was
    named trustee emeritus.
    Mr Firtel, a member of the Elks
    here for 30 years, will be install! d
    April 5 at a regular lodge meeting,
    with an installation dinner sched-
    uled April 8 at the Eden Roe
    Hotel.
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    Hebrew Academy Schedules
    Own Science Fair Tuesday
    More than 50 entries in theu-ed in Israel will be pro
    1972
    Greater Miami Hebrew Academy's
    own Science Fair will be exhibited
    ruesdaj night dui ing the Hebrew
    A,. denij PTA me ling 1 hi
    on free and open 1 1 the pul
    at. d at 8 p.m. in the audi
    : M ami Beach school.
    2400 Pine Tree Dr. Students from
    . Louis Merwitzer Mesivta I
    ol and 1 ind Marj
    haus High S for Girls
    ilso look 1 1 I
    Mrs Leonard Gritz, PTA pres-
    said the 1 I v i in
    n\e Hebr \
    ta 1
    County You
    Fair earlier this month. The
    school was 1 five entries,
    each winning recognition.
    Mrs Gritz said a special tour
    the science laboratories and
    i< nee equipment in the new
    witzer Building will be given
    [h isi attending the PTA mei I
    ing,
    oil ^ckn< 1. ch lirman of the
    \, ..c1 : ien depart
    iii-nt. and Rabl Vlexandi 5
    will ace
    guided tour.
    ' iss sa man} 1 I
    \ I iq 11 -
    Dr Jaffe in Dialogue
    Dr. Sai
    ler Tempi .
    in a panel d
    'A Protes Jewish
    1 >-.i".' with R(t Caxton D igg
    Melrose Park United Methi
    1: He-. Lewis Golder, Chris
    n Church, and Rabbi \r-
    Abrams, Temple Emanu-El,
    Laudcrdale, Sunday over Ch.
    Horizons of Faith" at 9:30 a m
    for the Academy durinf
    74 academic year,
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    OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
    'Reserve Now For PASSOVER
    I Sedunm S Synagogue Services
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    Friday. March 23. 1973
    * kwist fhjv ScHicsn
    Paqe 5-3
    *
    Cedars Of Lebanon Plans
    Benefit Art Show, Sale
    Twi ntj three Florida artists ai .1
    sculptors have been invited to
    exhibit their work at ;< benefit an
    show and bale sponsored by the
    e lars of Lebanon Health Care
    Center Auxiliary.
    A reception and prevue will he
    held on March 28 at the new Wesl
    Chester Branch of the Flagler
    Federal, Coral Way and 87th Ave.,
    to open the .-how.
    Mrs. Byron Sparber, president
    of the Cedars Auxiliary, has
    named June A. Fried coordinator
    f art sales These were inaugu-
    rated v Ith on. man exhibits by-
    Shirley i. Green, Ethel Hlake and
    Greta Carmen at the Cedars Gal
    ery, 1321 \.\v. 14th St.
    Exhibitors and participating
    ertists include: Eva Berman, Ethel
    Blake, Ronni Bogaev, Dorothy
    a Greta Carmen, Iris Cutii r,
    - Irlej i Green. arvelle Kaplan,
    Audrej Komrad, Margaret Le
    I ranc Lillian Mirrup. Edith
    Kaihan. Rolfe N'yberg, .lie Ruffo.
    lex .:. ..! Schoninger, J. Andrew
    S nub. Irving Spiegel, Thomas
    5 rickland, Jui ith Sz irama Marion
    Smith, Muriel Turoff. Ken Uyi
    ura and Rcyna Youngorman,
    Cooperation i-. being extended
    t ) the benefit exhibit by the
    la Chapter < Artists Equit)
    Association, headed by sculptor
    Herman Fisher.
    tesses at the reception will
    include Judy Schild. Bette P.ubini
    and Mrs. Doran Zinner.
    Proceeds of art sales help
    i* building program to pro
    vidi 50 inpatient bed-, additional
    research and eductional buildings,
    and new treatim nt and diagnostic
    facilities.
    Council Of Federation.,
    Holds Quarterly Meeting
    Major concerns and responsibili-
    ties faced by Jewish communities
    large and small are the focus of
    more than ISO Jewish communal
    leaders and Federation executives
    rt the quarterly board and com-
    mittee meetings of the Council of
    Jewish Federations and Welfare
    Funds (CJF>. at the Waldorf-*s-|
    lor Hotel ;n New York City. The
    four clay conference ends Sunday.
    Delegates from more than 65
    communities throughout the United <
    Stati and Canada are participating .
    in numerous meetings dealing with
    priority issues and commit '
    mi nts a! home, nationally, over-
    eas and in Israel,
    Monthly Recital Slated
    The Miami Beach Community
    sir rs will hold its monthly
    social en Saturday, at the Wash
    ington Federal, i~i4 Washii
    Ave.. at 8 p.m.
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    one household, um I owrtr's d
    Lxo?llent references. N'
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    Weekdays 9 a.m. to 8:30 p m.
    . l-l.... j,
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    Call 444-9831
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    NOW THRU SUN., APRIL 1
    Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel of
    Temple Beth Moshe holds the
    first of a group of 30 lithographs
    of limited edition by the Soviet
    Jewish artisl Anatoli Kaplan
    which will be dedicated at the
    temple during service Friday
    evening. The lithographs were
    donated by Mr. and Mrs. David
    Stark.
    Or Olom Games Night
    Temple Or Olom Is holding its
    annual Las Vegas games night
    March ;;i Paul Diamond. TV per-
    i'i,:il,'.v will be host for the eve-
    ning.
    Now Showing Daily
    Continuous Performance from 1 P.M. New Show Every Friday
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    Friday. Match 23, 1973
    Happenings m.B. Hadassah Groups
    Plan Musical Celebrations
    Temple Beth David held its featured a soft pi -rated skirt. The
    annual patron's dinner dance i Charles Rosenberg-, were not to
    Saturday evening in Spector Hall be missed Cynthia in silver
    This was their 60th anniversary f"d "**. chiffon wi'h os,rich-
    -- ^j .. i L lea.ured trim arour.d the hemiine
    >ar and your columnist began Vihich dippcd ,ow jn the back
    Sunday School there in 1931 .
    so there were naturally many-
    familiar faces.
    The Seymour Friends spotted
    luring the cocktail hour Shirley
    in a hand crocheted blush pink
    Herschcl Rjsenthal is president. -own with lattice work sleeves
    and his Marjorie looked iovelv in Claire and She,dcn G -Mllls- "l"
    . u..u u ts i.i. .' ln calusa coral and silver with
    a biack chifion gown with sheer 0rienl;i, trim Loij and Enio.
    .nserted raplan sleeves. Gussie Gordon her gown featured a
    Margulies. who lias been a Beth -old bodice with an abstract print!
    David fixture for manv vears '"'; '" 'R,ense '"hades of gold and
    those a voile mint green 'gown ?ranfe Qui,c a f?' of th,e Spt'clor |
    ttl,h h, ,. family present, but only got a
    with white applique around the shanC( lo see l^-.h and Julie and
    wa:-t. .Mary and Phil Schiff were h< v in ., champagne and gold
    mix.:.. ... the crowd she in : in the Oriental styl
    -ac- full evening pants and antl D" 1;r are another
    a matching in satin rhov' '' : tn David
    < i .in. u:u r r> Her gown s in fl be ze si k
    freed -.., Hilda, wife of Rabbi .,-,, msitchil BCCCIfted ,n
    Irving Wemgarten, wore a clear gold and coral. A black sm', white
    green chiffon with white pin dots the choice
    scattered ovei lai sleeve trim >ai'y Mrs Artie) Kravitz. A black
    and full s in .-.. Sol Landau siik '"'-' v ner aent for the
    >abri( came in from |"j '" '''' -"un-
    - :. .i study
    r siik ey gown was in
    ed shades pink oi
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    The pii r's were co-
    men of th an.! Helen
    aile the two-piece hand-
    hot pmk gown which she wore.
    SpotUJ Judge Al and Ruth
    Dubbin on the nar.ee fioor her
    gm was in black antl while with
    ion* sleeves. Lottie .Dr. Nat!.
    Glove: wore a turquoise and silver
    lame gown with a vest in gold and
    coral. Her sleeves were long and
    full ur.ri the ensemble was banded
    in black and silver most inter-
    esting. Diane (Mrs. Richard)
    Bailey was in a white silk jersey
    gown with a matching hip length
    jacket. She is president of Sister-
    hood.
    Clarice and Sam Badanes are
    another couple who put in many
    long hours for Beth David. Her
    gown and matching coat were in
    cerise silk and her neckline was
    heavily jeweled in silver. Dotty
    aad. Sy Keith always make a
    Hiking couple, for this event she
    hose a white chiffon with the
    aheer dolman sleeve, a high jew-
    led neckline and a touch of satin
    at the waist. Carol and Buddy (Dr.
    Jfcrton) Getz were really moving j
    - tile dance fioor. Her emerald I
    white abstract printed gown /
    Judge Constantinc P. Lantz,
    recently appointed to the Com-
    mittee on Court Administration
    and Rules, announced that a
    public forum will be held
    Wednesday. March 28, at 7:30
    p.m. at CTA Towers, 1809 Brick-
    ell Ave. Appointed by American
    Judges' Association (AJA) pres-
    ident Joseph A. Zingales. Judge
    Lantz. senior municipal judge,
    city of South Miami, was initi-
    ally selected to serve on the
    Administration of Rules Com-
    mittee because of his interest
    and involvement in the recent
    Florida judicial reform.
    it ft
    The board of directors of the
    Coral Gables First National
    Bank, has elected George D.
    Bensabat president of the bank
    Bensabat was formerly executive
    vice president.
    He is a member of the Inter-
    national Center. Dade County
    Banker's Assn. :ind the Coral
    Reef Vacht Club.
    Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
    sah Group meetings on the follow-
    | ing dates.
    Southgate Group will present a
    musical festival on Sunday at the
    Hibiscus Auditorium. 10th and
    Alton Rd.. at 7:30 p.m.. 'o benefit
    Youth Aliyah. Dolly Kramer and
    | Nata I'tal are producing and
    , directing an original .'kit. and
    there will be dancing to a live
    orchestra. Tickets will be avail-
    able at the door.
    Ml. Scopus Group will have its
    . Youth Aliyah luncheon on Mon-
    day, at noon, at the Imperial
    House. A musical program with
    i Mrs. Fred Abrams and Benson
    Keats will highlight the afternoon.
    Mrs. Clarence Frecdman will pre-
    side.
    Israeli Group will have its Youth
    Aliyah iuncheon at the Algiers
    Hotel on Monday, at noon. Miss
    Catherine Russell will be guest
    | soloist accompanied by Aida Yas'o.
    Mrs. Esther Meyer will preside.
    Stephen S. Wise Group will have
    its Youth Aliyah luncheon at the
    I Eden Roc Cotillion Room on
    \V. : ..'. noon. Mrs. Joseph
    Rosenberg w ill be guest speaker.
    Entertainment by accordionist and
    song stylist I.ila Savittt. Mrs. Aida
    Yasio is program chairman and
    Mrs. Harry Cohen will be chair-
    man ol the day.
    Herzl Group will have its Youth
    Aliyah luncheon and show at the
    Carillon Hotel, on Wednesday, at
    j noon. Rose Zeigmund is in charge
    , of reservations.
    B.B. Coral Gables
    Donor Luncheon
    R'nai B'rith Women. Coral
    Gablt-s Chapter, is celebrating its
    25th anniversary at its annual don-
    or luncheon to be held in the New-
    Coconut Grove Hotel March 27.
    The procrrm will also be a salute
    to Israel 25.
    Jerry Miller a past president of
    K'nai B'rith Coral Gables Lodge.
    will install Mrs Herb Schurowitz
    as president of the chapter.
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    spend the holiday where
    everyone will be celebrating
    The temples will be full.
    And after temple, every
    one will get together in
    houses and on kibbutzim. In
    the hotels. In fact, even in
    the streets.
    And you'll be welcome
    to join them.
    But first, you'll have
    to get there. Which is
    where we come in.
    We've got more non-
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    any other airline does. And
    duringPassover,we'llevenbe
    serving matzot and matza
    balls soup on EL AL flights.
    Just call us, or your trav*
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    And find out how it feels
    to celebrate with the big-
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    Friday, March 23. 1973
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    JBarbara Bolker Joseph Weiss Wed March 4
    Pr. and Mrs. Abraham Bolker of
    Miami have announced the mar
    riage of their daughter Barbara
    li;ith to Joseph Herman Weiss on
    Sunday, March 4. The bridegroom
    i the son of Mrs. Jean Weiss of
    l Angeles, and the late Morris
    , piss
    new Mrs. Weiss earned a
    1 : A in accounting from the Uni-
    of Miami. Her husband
    graduated, cum laude, with a BA
    'm history from UCLA. He is a
    i member of Phi Beta Kappa Fra-
    I (entity.
    Both Mr. and Mrs. Weiss work
    for the Government in Washing
    ton. she as an auditor, he as an
    analyst,
    On their return from a honey
    moon in Jamaica, the couple wi
    livi in Alexandria. Va.
    Sam Levenson Performs
    Wednesday At Emanu-El
    Sam Levenson, the school But he reported that a limited
    teacher who vaulted to national number of reserved and general
    fame with jokes about his former admission seats are available. They
    profession, will be the guest at ; may be purchased at the Temple
    *rVmp!e Emanu-El Wednesday office, or at the door Wednesday
    ht in the closing event of the night.
    ..mi Beach congregation's 1973
    .-um Series.
    Hebrew Academy Women
    Schedule Fashion Show
    Mr. Levenson will not only dis-
    _ the current state of Je\\i>h
    ..mor. but also will give a full-
    iedged performance, according to
    Judge Irving Cypen. chairman of
    the forum committee and vice
    (resident of the synagogue.
    Dr. Irving Lehrman. rahbi of'.. ~ ~.r ,
    Temple Emanu-El and coordinator i An Lvt'IHIl" Ot run
    ltVS^0Vundr: B *"' -*- "
    Levenson s presentation. P'anninS "An Evening of Fun"
    featuring fashions by Richards and
    entertainment by Pear: Williams
    on Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Bal-
    moral Hotel.
    Ticket chairmen for the function
    are Ina Justin. Robin Garman and
    Sandi Nirenber
    Rene Sanchez of Bal Harbour
    will present a complete fashion
    show March 27 -it the Hebrew
    Academy Women's annual Hunan
    and Brick Luncheon. The $25-a
    plate function is scheduled for the
    Eden Roc Hotel.
    Mrs. George (Dorita) Felden
    kreis, chairman of the luncheon, j
    said the Sanchez shop will display '
    new summer clothing for both
    casual and formal occasions.
    Mrs. Bernard Edelstein, Mrs. I
    Henry Stern and Mrs. Joseph
    Shapiro have been designated as
    cochairmen by Mrs. Leonard
    ^dler, president of the women's
    auxiliary of the Greater Miami
    Hebrew Academy.
    Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
    cipal of the South's largest
    Hebrew day school, will be the
    guest speaker at the luncheon
    whiefa will celebrate the 25th an-
    niversary of the Hebrew Academy.
    Charter members and past pres-
    idents of the Hebrew Academy
    Women will receive special recog-
    nition at the March 27 event, Mrs.
    I' Idenkreis said.
    Reservations for the luncheon
    may be made at the Hebrew
    Academy. Miami Beach, or with
    any committee member.
    JoAiin Sat Ls Engaged To {
    Peter Howard
    Mr, and Mrs. Louis Sager an-
    nounce the engagement of their
    daughter JoAnn to Peter Keneth
    Howard, sen of Mr. and Mrs. Lee
    Howard.
    Miss Sager graduated from the
    University of Florida. She is pres-
    ently working at Caribbean Ele-
    mentary School as a special edu-
    cation teacher. She is also com-
    pleting her master's degree in the
    area of mental retardation, at the
    University of Miami.
    Mr. Howard attended the Uni-
    versity of Florida and the Univer-
    sity of North Carolina. Chapel
    Hill. He is presently completing
    his Ph.D. in marketing at U.\'( .
    The wedding is set for June 17.
    ^nffEESECHB- INTRODUCING
    KOSt KWSCH
    Hose Kirsch.
    Mr. Greenbaum
    To Wed hf June
    Mi ind '":
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    . ibaimi Kan ity,
    The prospective bride ha
    . iate in at l d< m < in i
    ' ii nee fr >m Miami Dad
    and is n iw wot ki ig
    : a BA in histor) at the I
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    ' r i degree in
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    i I Kansa a master 61 sci nee
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    ; i) is curn ntlj worl I ar Is
    . PhD It itomolog; al the Uni
    versitj I lorida. He is a member
    i Alpha Epsilon l'i Fraternity.
    The couple will be united in
    m; rriage on June 10.
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    Ml. Sinai Medical Center's!
    Annual Founders Dinner
    Mounl Sinai Medical Center's an-
    nual founders dinner-dance
    ctl o\ i 425 community workers al
    the D. 1 imat Hotel Saturday night
    ! il.i evening of entertainment
    and gourmet dining.
    Founders are men and women
    who have supported the develop
    n p 11 Mount Sinai Medical Cen-
    ter through individual contribu-
    tions of S50.000 or more.
    blighting this year's black
    tie affair was the presentation of
    plaques to 30 new members of the
    club who had previously announced
    their membership. In addition. 12
    new founders were announced dur-l
    ing the ceremonies. Presentations
    were made by president of the
    found "'. ji.i.in:i'i Kline: presi-
    dent of the medical center, Samuel
    [. i-.' |] md; and past presidents of
    the flinders. Leonard Wien, Paul
    f.i-i. and Edward Shapiro.
    Dinner-dunce committee chair-
    men were Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
    Gumenick. assisted by Mr. and Mrs.
    Edward Shapiro and Mr. and Mrs.
    Lew is Rosenstiel.
    The annual founders dinner-
    dance pre. ides the medical center's
    board ol trustees with the oppor-
    'unity i give public recognition
    to membe.s ol this organization.
    Ncnhnn Gumenick, Mrs. Somue! Gertner, Mrs. Gumenick
    and Mr. Gerlner, executive vice president of Mount Sinai
    Medical Center, at the annual Founders dinner-dance.

    .

    Standing in front of a lavish hors d'oeuvres table, ready
    to greet guests aie Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Gumernick. Mr.
    Ben Kline, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shapiro and Mrs. Blanka
    Rosenstiel.
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    Sinai's youngest founder.
    * Fcur new foun lets show the p.'aoues pressnted to them
    La Paz, Abel Haiti. Stephen Car
    Loins Sciivvcdron.
    Mr. and Mrs. Mac Cache at the
    Founder? dinner-dance.
    'Day of Jackal'
    Advance Showing
    Here Friday
    VVomtco Th< atn will present
    . n h ncp premiere shov in ol
    "Di ol Jai I il" on Fi i
    courtesy of (Jnivei al
    Pi ui -.
    The film will have one showing
    i 8 IS p m the Twin I
    itre in Dadi Is nd
    "Daj of the Jackal is based on
    .. novi i bj Frederick
    F< r*j Hi and is a gtorj of suspense
    and intrigue revolving around a
    plot to assassinate Charles de
    Gaulle.
    Publicity Chairmen Asked
    To Limit Number in Picture
    Publicity chairmen are re
    quested to limit (he number of
    persans included in photographs
    submitted to The Jewish Florid-
    ian for publication. Inclusion of
    more than six persons in a sin
    Rle picture does not permit
    satisfactory reproduction.
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    gentleman. Adults only. Call
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    word Cowen, and Samuel Friedland, president of Mount
    Sinai Medical Center.
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    r. March 23. 1973
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    I anniversary cruise to Israel on the
    lard Line's Queen Elizabeth II is being
    fed through the Greater Miami Jewish
    M Shown at a planning meating
    sraei's 25th anniversary cruise (an addi-
    il cruise ;s scheduled ior Passover) are
    seated (from left) Mrs. Jerrold Goodman,
    Jerrold Goodman, Marshall Berkson and Mrs.
    Marshall Berkson; standing (from left) Harry
    A. Levy, general chaiiman of Federation's
    1973 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emerg-
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    and Leo Eisenstein.
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    *-Jmist floridi&r
    Friday, March 23, 1973
    How to write
    Uncle Sam a check
    when you're flat broke,
    and get away with it.
    If line 22 exceeds line 27 if the news is bad
    even though they've been withholding what
    seemed like a giant amount all year long
    Supercheck might be the answer.
    Use Supercheck to make
    Uncle Sam happy.
    Supercheck is a special kind ot personal
    checking account. It lets you pay Uncle Sam
    even when you're flat broke.
    You see. a Supercheck account is a check-
    ing account that s backed up by a cash reserve.
    When you write checks for more than is in
    your account, we automatically transfer
    enough funds into the account to cover them.
    So think of Supercheck as a pre-approved
    in. It does two great things for you:
    1. It gives you immediate cash when you
    need it.
    2. It makes you feel better just knowing
    you'll never accidentally bounce a check.
    O.K., you've got the bucks.
    Now get the book.
    If you are going to do your own taxes, you'll
    need to know how. For 75C you can obtain a
    D py of Your Federal Income Tax from the
    IRS cashier on the 4th floor of the Federal
    Building at 51 S.W. First Avenue. Miami. Or
    gei I. K. Lassei's Your Income Tax. available
    at most bookstores and newsstands. Neither
    one makes for light, fun reading, but with
    taxes taking an average of one out of every
    four dollars, they could be among the mosl
    profitable books you've read Either of these
    books will give you the details: here are a
    couple of additional tips.
    The short way can end you up
    on the short end.
    Too many taxpayers, through laziness, use
    Form 1040A. the short form. It is the simp-
    lest form, but it is also likely to be the most
    costly way to pay your taxes.
    If you earned less than $20,000 you
    might be better off with the short form Be-
    cause this year you can take a 15o deduc-
    tion (up to a maximum of $2,000) off your
    income and pay tax only on the remainder.
    This is up from a 10% deduction a couple
    of years ago.
    Here is some advice that could be worth
    a good bit of money to you. Figure your in-
    come tax both ways. On the short form and
    the long form (1040). Then pay Uncle Sam
    according to which method costs you less.
    Make Uncle Sam give you a hand.
    The least you should expect from Uncle Sam
    is some help figuring out how much he is
    going to take from you. Just dial 350 5311
    during business hours. The nice IRS man will
    answer any questions you have about federal
    income tax and filling in Form 1040. If you
    really get in a jam. the IRS will do your taxes
    for you.(And you thought they were cruel.)
    Did you know sunglasses
    were medicine?
    A lot of unexpected things are allowed as
    medical deductions: dentures, crutches, eye-
    glass's, hearing aid-., even traveling costs to
    get medical aid.
    Bad luck is sometimes deductible.
    Many uninsured losses are partially tax de-
    ductible. These include damage or destruc-
    tion by fire to furniture, automobile, clothing,
    etc. Losses due to hurricanes, tornadoes, heavy
    rains, etc. Damage to your car from a wreck
    caused by faulty driving (but not due to one s
    willful negligence) is deductible. So is theft
    of one's cash, jewelry, automobile, clothing, etc.
    It pays to be charitable.
    A dollar here, a few dollars there, odds and
    ends donated to a charity. They add up to a
    surprising total. For example, the average
    deduction for donations to charities claimed
    in ll)70 for individuals earning between
    $15,000 and $20,000 was almost $500. By
    the way. cancelled checks are an excellent
    proof of contribution, and although any old
    bank's check will do. we strongly recommend
    checks from one of the banks in the United
    Banking Group.
    After all. charity does begin at home,
    doesn't It?
    The Miami Beach First National Bank
    Coral Gables First National Bank
    United National Bank of Dadeland
    United National Bank of Miami
    United National Bank of Westland
    United Banking Group


    rch 23. 1973
    *JewisB norMinn
    Page 11-B

    Harry B. Smith and Mrs. Allan P.
    , seated (left to right) cochairmen of
    Jiual spring luncheon of the Sisterhood
    mple Beth Siiclcm, shown with commit-
    pMmbers a! a rerent meeting to finalize
    IS. Standing (left to right! Mesdames
    Miller, Irving Miller, Maurice Es-
    formes. Meyer Kotler, Sisterhood president,
    Samuel Leiner, Manuel Zaiac and Anna
    Miller. The luncheon will be held on the
    Doral Beach Rooftop Wednesday, April
    11, at noon, and will feature a fashion show
    by Burdine's. Reservations may be made
    through Beth Sholom Sisterhood office.
    Miami Dade Comes BSfJJEl! .0VC,'1.,Ifc lunioi Colloyc in ;i UJA campaign
    Through For )J,l-"vhfri'
    (r | a IITl? ^l" starf was comPrt8cd of dedi
    .|-'~ll>l cated workers preaching and so
    My name is Jon Nelson (son ofj lici,infi from 8 a m- ''" :30 p.m
    Ted Ne,son>- Althoufh the campus is not pre
    After spending a soul inspiring Jominantiy Jewish, all ethnii
    uminer in Europe and Israel. I groups opened theiv hearts and
    'l organize a uail.'t* to the cries of homeless
    Soviet Jews and the future exist
    -ii'-e of Israel.
    We received the support of the
    Greater .Miami Jewish Federation Miami-Dade North may not have
    but they forewarned us that we "'any headlines in its short life
    may run Into problems since this i sPani bui we certainly feel that ii
    tampus i Miami-Dade Junior Col- deserves one now.
    lege. North) was a commuter type
    UJA-IEF campaign drive at oui
    junior college,
    ind had no dorms. We decided to .
    give it a shot anyway, and we1
    raised a staggering total amount!
    >f $3,209.00. This amount was the !
    ISCAL NOTICt
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    No. 73-1604
    In RK: IM:ii. of
    AllTHl'B PERRIIXO,
    I>- .,..-. .1
    NOTiCE TO CREDITORS
    LtGAl NOTICE
    iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA
    DL>t I uuiv ( Y
    General jurisdiction Division
    CASE NO. 73-6794
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    1 1.1.. IN THUJUItKI.MIKoP
    ANITA PBBKI,
    W Hi -: iii loner
    and
    mi Hi', AS PKItlll.
    Ilu-Laml-I:. |i..n.l. in
    ii : Ml Hi 'i AS I'KKRI
    LMC, !! i\VI AVI i A \ KXl'K
    i:'h-iii:.-yi:k. m:\v vtiitK
    Vi Nh'JH has PKKltl, are h ri
    |pnd Yael, Israeli singing
    uo, ^b be among performers
    t tto Jewish Freedom Songs
    estmri Saturday evening,
    'larch 31 ai Ike Miami Beach
    iuditHttum. Starting in Israel, -,. vi iVhIiuh* and am iv,.-. i Hav-l
    J < |:mih- or Demand* Attains! Bald > in'ilrifd thai a Petition for DIkhoIu-
    saefci O'ld Yael, who sinq in Batate: ""> f llnrrinire ha* been filed Benin*! I
    J Vou an hereby notified and reoulrad "" ll1'1 >"" re rvujulred ......v. n
    inht Ifinri'infix's hnve aiven '" nrenent any rlalmH and demands "t'v "I Vur Answer or Pleading io
    y "-'-^--^-'' M wh|).n you mnJ. ,,.|V,. .,,..,!,,., n. ,.s. -,,,i ivtltl.......r Dlwolullon of Mar-
    nncrK- rr.ost of the larae '''" ARTHUR PI3RRII.UJ de- '' "" the Wlfe-Pi-tllloner'x attor-
    ns .n n.O.M OI me icnyt. ^ q| |i(|_ County ,.-,<.I.i-, R........1 I. DhvIb, Esq. P.A., 117
    i.. the rir.-uit Judge* of Dado County, lllwayiw lluildiiiK. II" W. Pnucler,
    .ni.l iii. the Mime in dutilicBli and an Btrwet, Miami, Florida 8313", Phone
    .....vhl. ,i in Section ::::: 11.. h'loridn -'""'I. nnd file Ihi original Anawei
    SlatuleH, In their offices in thi foun- '' PlendiiiK In liii offln ol thi C"
    ij Courthouse In Dade County, Plor- >' tb Clrcull Court on or before the
    liln, within *i\- calendar month* from ": "f April, IB73. ir you rail i" dii
    Mi.- time of Ihe first publication here- *" iudnmeni by default will be taken
    ih< name will be barred. attains! you for the relief il.mainl.il In
    ii..I,,i ,i Miami Florida, this IPth 'he Petition for Dissolution of Mar.
    .l.-i\ of March, AH 1973 rlaare.
    Vrmand Ferrllln 'ill is XOTICE shall be published
    \- Adminlstratoi '" inch week for four 41 ...n-.-.-u-
    I-Vh! ptihlieiitlon .,f ihi* notice on live weeks In THK JEWISH I'l.nl:
    itiea and countries around the
    'orld.
    " LtGAL NOTICE
    N TH CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIHCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
    ENMAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    W CASE NO. 73-6313
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    PROPERTY
    \U KEN' !: J .\H .l:i:i.l.i i iiml
    Airr J<> M' >i:i-:i.i ,. .\....... i"
    nd throuuii li. i in \i friend and
    u^^K jiauy r.
    Plalnlli
    vs.
    immik I. m 11 i i:i: ;i* A.lininistrn
    r ii,, ,. \ ii:i;i\iA
    kLtrnij.1 i.....i .! ,i
    ARt" RALPH MORBI.I.O,
    iefen it: rich i: \ i i"i mi 'i:i:i.i.i i
    is.,., I ii,.1.. Illl I Hi,.-. V N\
    fain, II7"*
    vni' mm: x< itikiki thai m......
    ha* lltuted b> Plaintiffs
    , rein i "ii I.inu H I >i clara -
    iry Juii"' iiuii-ilm: title to I hi
    llowlnt ,. ..,.,, i: 11 i: i .1,..
    Klorlil :""'
    I ,., 16. |; i |:i: wii.i.V PARK ItKATRII K KI.KS
    SKi'TI' i\ '' ' VRTHI'H KI.KS
    |.|*i ii ,r a* i.....iinlnl in Phil <*' .1 A FulKhU
    Book -ii I.,-, '' I'ui.n. i:......i.i- ut' N
    o| |uil. i'.,ii"i-. !-'! i-i. 1:.: inin I Ifton, i
    kii.-wii :,- HS'll N W V. ii' A
    r.th Ai ii, Mi. |. .1. ,.11
    I'liirWii
    required t.. servi i.....PS
    | ,|, |. -, -. if iinv i
    IDIAN
    DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
    Klornlii, lhl in .im ..r Man :
    RICH \HD P ItRINKKR, rl
    Clrcull Court
    l>:ut. fimnlv, Florida
    !:> |l .1 I'iiV
    rtenutv i "li k
    , 'n .nil i 'oUI'l Si .1 i
    I-.1H I I
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SEKVICE
    (NO PROPERTY!
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO 73-6758
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RK
    II Kl H 'I ii iRA PBTTIT
    and
    FREDERICK PBTTIT
    Tl > FREDERICK PETTIT
    :._.,a Residence unknown
    HEREBY VOTIFIED Vof ARE HEREBY Sl>TIFIED
    thai .in aciion for Dissolution "i" Mar- thai an nctl.....'or Dissolution ol i
    . has i.....n filed attains! you and I ire I is he-n filed aKnlnsl
    I you are required to serve a copy of your you are n-nuired to servi .>
    . dcfciisi n ;.n\ io ii .." MAN your wrltt.....Icfenses, Ii an) i
    rues foi
    ii -.1 dn> "f March, li7a
    \i!i.\ii\ ii /.. SILVER \ in "'Til
    i tl Siiln. \ M An.in.\ iiz
    \Mi.l in \ fill I' inl.- of
    \i 'inn- i; l-'.-i rill... '. \ii>.|.-\ lluililiim
    Miami. Fin S1S2
    a m i
    _
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    INO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OT THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-668R
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    ACTION FOR ni'-Sm UTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    i\ RE: MAHRIAUE F
    R v kcHREIHER' ESUS-. I' KNfJEL, BSU.. attorney for lvii- on Sldne.i Efron...... altornej foi P
    f Vor Plnlntlffs whose' address ll......r. whosi address ,- I4(il V W tinner, whom nddn Is BIS
    vi-- I. -,-,i s.,,,1 North Ml- l"th Am-. Miami. Florida, i..... file, HulldhiK. Miami Florida, and
    ;, *',.-,.,'.'.;,.., "-. ',, (Suite 2iiS. tl" ntii.nl with th. clerk .,r thr orittinal with tin clerV of tin nbor.
    it' k,'ri| ,-,- mi'l file alaive styled c-ourl .....r bcfiin \-.iil stvl.d couri on or before Vprll :
    'iii-'.i with lite Clerk of this 8.1th. lt'7::; otherwise R defaull ivlll he l"7.:: otherwlsi B defaull will hi en-
    Ker before servl.'i on Pluln- entered ntralnsl you for the relief de- .'' saraln-l you for tin relief de-
    Hi
    ti.-i ii.-\ or Immedlal
    Ifter: nlli r i*. n .1. I'nuli Ml 1 -i--
    .,-, ,| ^., | ,. I MU f,.i- ih, i
    ninried i ih., '..in..|.....l tl.....
    W'lTNi-'SS mv hand and Ihe
    ! thl
    '73.
    there- manded in the cnmolalnt or petition, manded in the complain! or petition
    Thi* notice shall he published once This notice shall be published once
    each week for four eonttecutlve weeks each ...' four .. ..;,, weeks
    ,,, THE JEWISH 1-i.i'ltiniAN' In THE JEWISH PLORIDIAX.
    WITNESS mv hand and ih.- seal "f w n.vi-..;s m< I.....t 'be ea' -
    i''.'ni; on n'. "'' da) ol March, said court al Miami. Florida on thli -mid courtal Miami, Florida on
    i HARD P DRINKER
    \ i -i, rk of .- in
    i:. p -.: i.-i--*'--i:
    \- Deputy ii. rk
    i i: .> sritKKil'.l'i:
    I i: lr.srd Bti.....I i Mm
    r. >'i:,lll Ben. tl. Flo! Ida '
    7k'., "!-.-T-.-.'7
    Ai. v- for Pinimiffs
    ;; JJ-Sfl I li IS
    lth Ma\ "f March. !a7::
    UICHAU1) P BKIN'KER
    A* Plerl i "In uit Com i
    l lade Viunl i l-'li rldn
    '.. V A HEWFTT
    ,- Demit) Clerk
    H'ii-.-uii Court Bi
    i \ ENOKI
    i ii.i \ \\ t7t'u Avenue
    Miami Florida
    tunnies foi I'.-iit. r"r
    ?J-Sfl I B-1S
    J" ilnv
    RICHARD P r.lUNKKI:
    a* Clerk. i'ii. ull < '..in i
    ..... ..a-,.. '" '
    B) i- P ciil"-'' IND
    \~ li.inn v Clerk
    , i mi 'iiurl Seal)
    SWlni v Efronson
    , (li lei rhtlldllil
    - >l : Mil. I':,.rtlli,
    Vttornev f." Petitioner
    ;: 83 So I C-13
    Rabbi Isaac Siegel of Jersey City presents Certificate
    of Kashmth for the B. Manischewitz Co. to Bernard
    Manbchewitz, president. Shown (left to right) Rabbi
    Emanuel Gettinger, New York City, Rabbi Chaim Ear-
    linsky, Brooklyn William B. Manischewitz, Bernard
    Manischewitz, Rabbi Siegal, D. Beryl Manischewitz
    and Rabbi David L. Silver, Harrisburg, Pa.
    5 Ports Of Call On
    Canberra's Itinerary
    Five oNritinrr Ports of Call
    tif or the Itinerary of the
    "Canberra" when she makes
    CAPTAIN tKIC SNOWDEN
    h r initial voyasrc from Port
    l \ i !;i.>- .in Monday, March
    !'ti Na.'sau, Curacao, Barbados,
    Mai tinii|iie, an l Si. Thorns are
    iiu nil,',I in the 10-day sailing.
    I- u -i istop i- Nassau. here
    t ions include several ro-
    uii-i i nrii'il forts, including a
    - Ttacu'ar ''Son el Lumiwe"
    ho at F i i Charlotte. Ardas-
    tra iiiii!-n- with marching fla-
    i new aquarium with
    rfo i In i ."i eatures from th<'
    - a and the Nassau Water
    Tiivvi i'v unions other ;'itrac-
    tions
    Tin ii. of .-I'M! -c. thi is the
    nt. rnati 'ii.il'> fnmotis Stra
    ho i- almosl c tin to
    i ,.-:,- i". ; i days
    :i .;, ,i .- Iminal i \\ith your
    i al iii C'ura ao. Here you
    a touch ul Holland with
    '.'. i '-'i-tail. lie capital, h ing
    distin 'llj D t'-'i in character
    rhe v hai I are llni .1 \> illi
    ,y-t h ct hi ury gab'ed houses.
    Just outside the city are many
    -i" i; i) tys Id. al I"' .-'ii
    :-..-! ninjj \. t dutieV make Curacao e\-
    i-.'lli'iii for shoppin;. In -' '
    :ii the vi ondi fill dn\ at -a that
    '.. I j .1 will prubnbb hati
    in sa> "Goodbye" in Cuiu .!.,
    It's off to Barbados where
    you i ni'i i\ eai > morning
    .i i 55.1-n i', -ii Inn I ri mi
    Curacao. This famous "si
    island" of the West Indies is
    st epi i! in !>i ni-h history.
    The cati tal. i'. 'idijetov n, lia*
    it's own '..I.' Nelson mon,">vn(
    and Ti'afalgar Square. You'll
    ha\ me '> en.K)> a tour I ik-
    ing in all the places of inti i est
    In the city att I around the t--
    l-uil. I ."ai. '.hi locally ma I-
    *t;iv\'. hats and baskets and
    1 iaii l-embi i lei I o '' un dress-
    c n'j 1.32 mi!< < away from
    Barbados i^ Martinique, your
    next port of call. This West
    In 'ii.-* islan I, i. -i sighted by
    Co! imbus in i-r;. has be n al-
    most un'nterruotedj) French
    since the year 1630. rt was the
    b.. thplace of Napoleon's Em-
    press Josephine
    Ir'* now another night of
    fun ami romance ") the sea
    i ii-.. renchinsf St. Tliomaa
    ill. j. the most imuortant of
    th Virgin Islands and was once
    fo nous foi its pi ate. V i em
    visit Frencliiiian's Towei where
    tht' last of the pi at in-
    lin th famous Mr. Faw-
    -,! hunge I; an n!uo-
    b ,ril- Tower, now a famous
    hotel for huncywooncrs. Fam-
    ous climati1 and amazing shop-
    . n. bai ains ha\ e made St
    Thomas a must for trawVi-s.
    Now your cruise i* almoat
    , but cci tiinl; not I" fore
    one more memoiable 'i ne at
    ^ n w hi 'e '..... v> i'i p'a> and
    he ,:' npered b> the C inherra
    crow .
    i ': inin '. Snow li i who
    wi'.l bi in an I w li ih
    .. er-
    '&0 lei in \"
    19 11. Durins the war
    on the P& '' I.i""' ">'.'
    ,'M t -. .' 'II
    Ih Unit d Kingdom and it !ia
    II pro >t om cmlet
    ti ii: cei rank in March 'IT
    .; ; an a- t lap
    tain ol the P& O Tankei
    i' iptain Snow .1 iv*ides in
    Broad-stairs in Kent and i* a
    itvn- ol the British Prinv?
    Minist tlie Ri thl Honoi i
    Ed raid Heath MP.
    For cof'olete information and brochures on the Caribbear
    cruises write Cunard Lines Ltd., Port Fverqlades Station
    Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 33316 or plione Miami 947-7524,
    Fort Lauderdale 525-3381-


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    Uewisli Floridiaxi
    Miami, Florida Friday, March 23, 1973
    Section C
    Supreme Court Decisions
    Expected On Education Aid
    Thirty-seven pending cases in state and fed-
    eral courts are likely to be affected by U.S. Su-
    preme Court decisions expected during the next
    current term on the issue of governmental aid
    for religious education, according to the Amer-
    ican Jewish Congress.
    The Congress published this week the 16th
    issue of its semi-annual "Litigation Docket of
    Pending Cases Affecting Freedom of Religion
    and Separation of Church and State." It was pre-
    pared by Joseph B Robison, director, and Bev-
    erly Coleman. staff counsel, of the American
    Jewish Congress Commission on Law and Social
    Action.
    The dockc* covering the period up to Jan.
    I, 1973 describes a total of 84 cases. Of these.
    14 were terminated during the second half of
    1972.
    Of the 70 active cases, 37 deal with public
    funds for parochial schools, including payments
    to sectarian school- for record-keeping and build-
    ing maintenance and grants to parents of sec-
    tarian school pupils in the form of tuition re-
    imbursement and tax credits.
    Other ca.ies among the 32 dealing with state
    financial aid to sectarian schools involve bus
    service and textbooks for nonpublic school pu-
    pib: the provision of public school teachers for
    religiously affiliated schfjol.s; the leasing of
    parochial schools by public school authorities,
    and aid to sectarian colleges and universities.
    Five of the 37 cases on aid to sectarian
    schools arose under the Federal and Elementary
    and Secondary Education Act of 1965.
    A group of 13 cases covered in the docket in-
    volves other instances of alleged governmental es-
    tablishment or support of religion, including
    prayers and other religious programs in public
    schools, the maintenance of religious symbols on
    public property, tax exemption for religious in-
    stitutions, and kosher slaughtering laws.
    Sam Feinsteins Give $250,000
    For Israel Histadrut Project
    Mr, and Mrs. Sam Feinstein,
    Miami Beach civic an.l religious
    leaders, will be guests of honor
    April 18 at the communitywide
    Third Seder celebration sponsored
    by the Israel Histadrut Council of
    South Florida. The dinner will be
    held at the Fotitainebleau Hotel.
    Announcement of their accept-
    ance was made Wednesday by Dr.
    Leon Kronish, honorary chairman,
    and Moe Levin, chairman of the
    I. >ard of the Histadrut Council.
    Mr. and Mrs. Feinstein an-
    nounced a 5250,000 contribution to
    the Histadrut for a project which
    will be named in their honor dur-
    ing a visit to Israel this summer.
    They previously donated gener-
    ously for such projects as the Else
    Bonem Medical Center in Ramie,
    the Sidney and I i Bolotin
    'enti r in Becrshi ba and
    the Greater Miami \mal technical
    High School in Ramie, all Hista-
    drut institutions.
    Mr. Feinstein is president of the
    Israel Histadrut Council, and a
    national leader in the Labor Zion-
    ist Movement. State of Israel
    Bonds and other Jewish organiza-
    tions.
    Mrs. Feinstein, Rebecca, has
    v orked closely with her husband in
    .support of the Israel Histadrut
    Campaign, and the two have vis-
    ited Israel several times together.
    They have received top awards
    from Israel Bonds and are recip-
    ients of the David Ben Gurion-
    Israel Histadrut Foundation Medal
    of Honor
    Don Simla To Receive
    1973 Honor Award
    Don Shula, head coach and vice The award will be presented
    president of the Miami Dolphins, Monday, April 30, at the first Mi
    will receive the first 197IS honor ami dinner for the Denver based
    award of National Jewish Hospital respiratory disease center in the
    in recognition of "outstanding serv- grand ballroom of the Fontaine-
    ice in civic and charitable work." bleau Hotel.
    Shula, has often stepped, beyond
    his rol" as a record-breaking coach
    to hclo boost the efforts of chari-
    table causes.
    Proceeds from the event will be
    used by the nonsectarian hospital
    for patient treatment, medical re-
    search and professional training in
    chronic respiratory diseases.
    William S. Ruben, president of
    Jordan Marsh, Florida, has been
    named chairman of the Miami
    dinner for National Jewish Hos-
    pital in honor of Don Shula.
    head coach and vice president
    of the Miami Dolphins.
    Rabbi Siegman
    Will Speak At
    Temple Emami-El
    Rabbi Henry Siegman of New
    Vork. executive vice president of
    the Synagogue Council of Amer-
    ica, will be the guest speaker to-
    night at Temple Emanu-El.
    Rabbi Siegman works closely
    with Dr .Irving Lehrman, rabbi
    of the Miami Beach congregation,
    who is national president of the
    Synagogue Council.
    The organization is the umbrella
    agency for synagogal and rabbin-
    ical bodies of the Orthodox, Con-
    servative and Reform Movements
    of American Jewry.
    Paul Benjamin Honoree
    At Yeshiva U. Dinner
    Communal leader Paul Benjamin
    will be guest of honor at the
    Florida Friends of Yeshiva Uni-
    versity Heritage award dinner on
    Thursday. April 5. 6 p.m., at the
    Hotel Fontainebleau. it was an-
    nounced by Leonard Zilbert,
    chairman.
    Mi Benjamin will be presented
    with Yeshiva University's highest
    accolade for volunteer leadership,
    the Heritage Award, in recogni-
    tion of "outstanding leadership in
    behalf ot educational and humani-
    tarian causes."
    A Master Builder of Yeshiva
    University, Paul Benjamin has
    been a leading figure in the en-
    deavors of organizations serving
    the international Jewish com-
    munity. Among the many causes
    which have benefited from his
    participation are the International
    Synagogue at Kennedy Airport, of
    which he is a founder and member
    of the beard of directors; the Jew-
    ish Conciliation Board of New
    York City, of which he is a judge
    lirector; the Hillcrest Jewish
    Center, of which he is a life mem-
    ber, and the Community Relations
    Council of Hollywood. Fla., on
    whose executive board he serves.
    'Challenging Years'
    Discussion Subject
    "Challenging Years" by Stephen
    S. Wise, will be the subject at the
    next meeting oi tne Great Jewish
    Book discussion group on Thurs-
    day, April 5. at 2 p.m. in the
    Miami Beach Public Library.
    Discussion leader will be Rabbi
    Abraham Dubin, retired, a recip-
    ient of the newly established Ben
    Gurion Medal of Honor. Group co-
    ordinator is Samuel A. Resier.
    He is also a director and member-
    ship chairman of SCORE'S Holly-
    wood chapter.
    As a Rotal Club member, he de-
    livered messages of goodwill t >
    chapter meetings throughout the
    Orient and Israel while on a jour
    ney of international friendship for
    the organization, in 1972. An ex-
    pression of Ms activities ;s the Jane
    and Paul Benjamin Youth Center,
    built by him for B'nai Akiba's
    K'far HaCarmel settlement in
    Haifa. Israel. .Mr. Benjamin has
    been honored by the Israel Bonds
    Organization.
    Plans for the community-wide
    tribute are being coordinated by
    th<> chairman. Mr. Zilbert. with the
    aid of Charles Fruchtman. hon-
    orary chairman: Mrs. Sorrel R
    Bollet. Harry H. Frankel, Moses
    rnstein, Jack Lee. Mrs. William
    Raucher, an.l Mrs. Sydelle
    Schlanger. co-chairmen.
    The dinner is held annually
    under the auspices <>f the Florid}
    Friends of Yeshiva University, an
    organization 0i area industrial an I
    professional leader educators.
    Its of students and alumr.L
    who identify with and support the
    goals of the institution.
    Ambassador Jacob Do'on. Israel
    Ambassador to the United Nations
    and second ranking member of the
    permanent delegation, will be the
    principal speaker at the salute to
    the Feinsteins.
    Shmuel Fershko, musical direc-
    tor of Temple Emanu El and a
    prominent Israeli composer and
    pianist, is producing an original
    Haggadah which will mark its
    premiere showing at the April 21
    Third Seder.
    Mr. Levin said "Sam and Re-
    becca Feinstein have been in the
    forefront of the Israel Histadrut
    Campaign since its inception in
    Greater Miami, and truly deserve
    the recognition as Champions of
    Israel they will receive at the
    dinner."
    The South Florida BBYO Council recently kicked off its
    1973 BBYO CJA-IEF campaign. Shown, (from left) Lenny
    Sokolow. AZA president. South Florida BBYO Council;
    Myron J. Brodie, executive vice president, GMJF; Marcia
    Zaiac. BBC president; Girt Bossak, BBYO director, and Eliot
    Kleinberg, vice president. South Florida BBYO Council.
    b &
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    BBYO Council Kick-Off
    For CJA-IEF Campaign
    JI1A Auxiliary
    Donor Luncheon
    Sunday, Apr. 8
    The Greater Miami Women's
    Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the
    Aged, will hold its annual donor
    luncheon on Sunday. April 8. noon,
    at the Algiers Hotel.
    Mrs. Max Marek will be chair-
    man of the day, and the invoca-
    tion will be given by Mrs. Rose
    Roth, donor journal chairman.
    President of the Auxiliary. Mr-
    Lawrence Silverman. will bring
    greetings from Douglas Gardens.
    The candle lighting ceremony
    will be conducted by Mrs. Sol
    Silverman, honorary life pres-
    ident.
    Donor chairmen are Mrs. Rose
    Roth, Mrs. Martha Greenberger.
    Mrs. Rose Kobsa and Mrs. Max
    Marek.
    Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program
    chairman, will introduce singing
    comedienne Trudy Lawrence.
    The South Florida B'nai R'rith
    Youth Organization Council re-
    cently kicked off the 1973 BBYO
    Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
    Emergency Fund campaign at the
    Greater Miami Jewish Federation
    building.
    Myron J. Brodie. Federation
    executive vice president, ad-
    dressed the Council, which is the
    coordinating body for 34 local
    BBYO chanters He spoke of the
    need for volunteers at the South
    Beach Activities Center; a pro-
    gram thai would parallel BBYO's
    ' Adopt- A-Grandparent' program.
    The Center is a protected en-
    vironment day care center for the
    elderly, located in the heart of the
    South Beach poverty area.
    It is administered by the YM-
    YWHA of Greater Miami, a GMJF
    beneficiary, and draws on the
    services of several of Federation s
    Othei beneficiary agencies.
    The BBYO. one oi the GMJF's
    22 local beneficiaries, provides
    activity programs for Jewish
    youth, including holiday celebra-
    tions, interfaith meetings, music
    and cultural programs and athletic
    contests The con-idooloeical serv-
    ices of BBYO are off. red through-
    out the county.
    ADL Aids Conference On Prejudice
    Sponsored By United Church Of Christ
    The Anti-Defamation League of
    B'nai B'rith will serve as a major
    consultant at a Conference on
    Prejudice sponsored by the Com-
    mittee for Christian Social Action.
    Florida Conference of the United
    Church of Christ.
    The three-day conference, Fri-
    day through Sunday, was devel-
    oped to create in the participants
    a personal awareness of the nature
    and extent of prejudice in our
    society and to consider ways in
    which individuals can combat
    prejudice.
    David Mahl, associate director
    of ADL's Florida regional office,
    will conduct a number of work-
    shops dealing with "developing
    techniques and strategies" to cope
    with prejudice.
    In addition, the conference will
    draw heavily upon ADL's human
    relations materials, developed to
    evaluate and combat bigotry' and
    discrimination in our society.
    Jack Kassewitz. ADL's Regional
    Board chairman, said. "ADL's par-
    tieination in the conference, is
    another example of the League's
    outreach efforts to provide our
    consultive skills and materials to
    Christian groups."
    Participants will work with
    ADL's role-playing films on preju-
    dice and discrimination and many
    of the conference sessions will be
    organized around ADL materials
    on J\-.vs and other minority groups.
    "Ac ADL also will cosponsor an
    April 10 "Conversation Between
    Communities" at the Southside
    Baptist Church. 2323 SW 27th Ave.
    The League five years ago initi-
    ated the nation's first Southern
    Baptist-Jewish symposium. This
    year's format will include audience
    participation, Mr. Kassewitz said.


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    a
    Caator Seif To Receive
    Israel Atzmaut Award
    -iintor Abraham Self will re-
    0 ive the State of Israel Atzniaut
    . ,t'tnck'p-ndenc-ei award from the
    i
    CANTOR ABRAHAM SEIf
    '- ,11 I Bond trganization at the
    . 'i-i-iii Israel Dinner of State on
    i.'ii' 9 al the Fontainebleau
    . [el
    Die announci/nunl Uas made b\
    Wilton M. Parson, director of
    !.- "ael Bonds in South Florida, who
    , said that the dinner-dance will also
    celebrate the 25th anniversary of
    Israel's independence.
    Cantor Seif, who has been at
    Kneseth Israel Congregation for
    the past 23 years, was born in
    Lemberg, Poland, and was one of
    15 children of a Rabbinical Chas
    sidic family of many generations.
    He studied in Stanislav Or'Torah
    Veshivah. where Cantor Jacob
    Kousevitsy coached him in can-
    tonal an. He arrived in the US
    111 I!i48 as a student of the Min-i
    Veshivah. sponseored by Rabbi
    Kalmanovitz.
    Cantor Seif was associated witl.
    Beth Sholom in Brooklyn. N. Y.
    for two years prior to his arrival
    in Miami Beach. lie majored ill
    voice at the University of .Miami
    and served as president of tin
    Cantors Association of Greater
    Miami from 19C1 to 1971.
    The Kneseth Israel Dinner of
    State \wll feature entertainment
    by Kmil Cohen, humorist and
    raconteur, and dancing to the Stu
    Granger Society Orchestra
    Reservations are available bj
    contacting the Israel Bond Office,
    420 Lincoln Rd.
    Hillel Dav School
    sjr
    Informal Meeting
    On Thursday. March 29. at 8
    p.m., there will be an informal
    mrt'UM at the home ot Mr. ami
    Mrs. Arthur Linson to acquaint
    ; new people with the principals
    and coils of the Hillel Community
    \ Day Sehopl.
    Tht school offers its services to
    1 children from nursery to eighth
    I grade. Class sizes are limited in
    ' order to give high quality educa-
    tion and to offer individualized
    instruction and attention to the
    students.
    Present at the meeting will be
    Rabbi Dov Bidniik. prineiial of
    I the school. Dr. Joe! Dennis, and Dr.
    I I.ce Duffner, vice president in
    charge of registration
    Mr and Mrs. Lipson are on the
    hoard of governors of the school.
    Mr. Lipson serves as treasurer, and
    Mis. Lipson is the membership
    vice president of the school's PTA.
    Their son is in the fifth grade
    Bar-Han U. Scientists Photograph
    Animal Cell Unit For First Time
    B> Special Report
    NEW YORK Israeli and Swiss
    scieniids at Bar-Han University.
    Ramat Gan. Israel, have succeeded
    in taking the first photojynnhs
    ever made of the messenger RNA.
    the tiny molecular structure which
    tells animal cells what to do and
    when.
    Rabbi Joseph H. I.ookstein.
    Chancellor of Bar-Ilan University,
    reported this week that the pho
    t.^urarhs had been made by the
    Bar-Ilan University electron mi-
    croscope, which magnifies 500.000
    times.
    This is the first time the struc-
    ture has. been seen and photo-
    graphed in animal cells: until DOW
    it has been shown only in bacteria.
    The messenger RNA is 10.000 times
    smaller than the cell itself.
    Dr. I.ookstein. just returned from:
    Israel, reported that the Bar-Ibn
    electron microscope unit, hejd-)
    by Prof. Max Herzberg, with Dr. .f.
    Dubochet and Dr. E. Kellenbers--
    of the Basle Biozentrum. Switze
    land, has been woring for a year 11
    photograph the messenger R\ \
    (ribonucleic acid) in its anirm!
    form.
    It is generally thought that R\ \
    plays a key role in the regulation
    of what the cell will synthesize
    The Bar-Ilan electron microsco"
    unit and the Basle Biozentrum de-
    vised a dark field of elect romicro-
    siopv technique by which it was
    possible to see the very nun.-.
    structure of the RNA protein c
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    Palm Beach Bonds Dinner
    Nets Israel $4.2 Million
    A record-breaking $4.2 million
    in Israel Bonds was purchased last
    week in Palm Beach at a dinner
    honoring Danny Kaye and Israel's
    UN Ambassador Yosef Tekoah
    The event was'attended by 3()0
    permanent and winter residents ol
    the resort city.
    Sen. Gurney Backs
    Jackson Effort
    For Soviet Jewry
    By Special Report
    WASHINGTON Sen. Edward
    J. Gurney (R-Fla.) said this week
    he has joined with three other
    key Senators to urge that the
    United States does not grant trade
    concessions to countries "which
    chose to impose a repressive and
    unconscionable ransom on emigra-
    tion."
    Sen. Gurney said he was "proud
    to join with such distinguished
    Senators as Henry If. Jackson (D-
    Wash.). Abraham A. Ribicofl
    (D-Conn.), and Jacob Javlts (B
    N.Y.) in showing the Soviet Union
    that we will not tolerate their
    practices a concerns Soviet Jews."
    Principal concern. Sen. Gurney
    said, is the imposition by the
    Soviet Union of a "head tax"
    ranging from $5,000 to S30,noo on
    Soviet Jews who want to emigrate
    to Israel.
    "Regardless of our attitudes
    toward East-West trade," Sen.
    Gurney said, "We wish to insure
    that the Senate of the United
    States does not give privileged
    trade treatment t.) nati -n^ which
    deny their own people the funda-
    mental human right to emigrate to
    a nation of their choice.'
    This was the second phase of'
    the inauguration of the 1973 cam- '
    nai.un for the worldwide sale of
    S360 million in Israel Bonds. The
    initial start of the campaign took
    place in Miami Beach with the
    participation of Prime Minister
    Golda Meir.
    Mr. Tekoah presented Kaye with
    a silver Prime Minister's Medal for
    exceptional dedication to Israel.
    In acknowledging the award, the
    celebrated comedian told the as-
    semblage that he was proud to be
    a Jew. If circumstances would ,
    permit, he added, he would rather
    go to Israel than attend fund-
    raising events.
    But since his schedule did not
    allow for that as often as he liked.
    he was happy to celebrate Israels
    silver anniversary through partici
    I pation in the Israel Bond drive.
    Joseph Meyerhoff, of Baltimore,
    and Louis H. Salvage, of Boston,
    were cochairmen of the dinner.
    In preparation for the dinner,
    Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kramer, of
    New York, hosted a reception in
    Palm Beach which produced $1.7
    million in advance Bond sales.
    Directors, stockholders and officers mark the
    formal groundbreaking ceremonies of the
    First National Bank of Bay Harbor Islands.
    The new 33,000 sq. ft., three-story building
    is presently under construction on Kane
    Concourse, adjacent to the bank's present
    building at 9500 Bay Harbor Terr. From (left
    to right) David Stark, Morris N. Broad, chair-
    man of the board and president, directors
    Melvin H. Worth, Jerrie Kroop. Guy H. Burt,
    Harry Horowitz, vice president Thomas H.
    Brandeis, directors Norman Broad and
    George I. Sogg. 4.
    'Promises, Promises' Stars Orson Bean
    for seven years, recently co-
    , starred opposite Melina Mercouri
    Television and film star Orson duction will be running for two or. Broadway in "Ilya. Darling."
    He lives in Miami and has just
    Orson Bean, who was on the had a book published entitled
    TV panel show, "What's My Line?" ["Me and the Orgone."
    Itean opened March 20 in the hit weeks, through Arril 1.
    Broadway musical comedy. "Prom-
    ises. Promises" at The Coconut
    Grove Playhouse. The Grove pro-
    Children's Concert
    Thursday Apr. 5
    At Beth Sliolom
    Choral croups from '.'no Greater
    Miami area will perform Israeli
    and Jewish music at the Zimriah:
    Children'.- Concert, Thursdaj April
    5 at 7:30 p.m. at Temple Beth
    Sholom.
    Participating temples are Or
    Olom, Judea, Beth Torah, Emanu-
    El. Beth Sholom, Sinai, Zion and
    Beth David.
    Under the direction of Cantor
    David Conviser, a highlight of the
    evening will be iu lience partici-
    pation. I
    Tickets are required for free ad-
    mission and may be picked up in
    advance at Beth Sholom, the
    Greater Miami Federation, or the
    Y.M-YWHA of Greater Miami.
    Those with tickets must be in
    their seats by 7:20 p.m.
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    Encyclopediu Jiulaica Feature
    5733 A 'Leap Year'
    This year the festival of I'urim Purtanl
    |Bd I'iissoMT occur late. The rea-
    ' i: i> thai the Jewish year 5733
    i- a leap year and in the Jewish cal-
    t.idar thU inttiii adding not an
    \ii.i day but an e^tr^montli
    Mtd vve are now in the iniiodoi
    lu i- o\lra month.
    in Hebrew, a 13-month y*r i-
    Vnown a.< "a pregnant year" and
    t/&U ad of bavins one month of
    /..ia
    A'lar
    /iai.
    are kept in the Second
    month of Adar in a leap year.
    The adding of a month wu al-
    ready practiced by the Sanhi Irin
    in Hasmonean times over 2.000
    jo.iis ayo. But they did not^vet
    have the knowledge about the 19-
    year r>c!e. They observed practi-
    cally from such factors as the
    ipened state of the barley offered
    n Passover and of the first-fruit
    thr.- are "two months of I offered on Shavuot. Considered also
    First Adar and .Second ** the >tate of roads and bridges
    j at Passover time and whether the
    ovens for the paschal-Iamb sae-j
    rifices were dry after the rainy.
    season. On the basis <>! such ob- !
    servations, they decided whether
    or not to add the extra month.
    ui, 1973 .T The leap year is a means through
    oieh the annual ..nhrence be-
    i i n th< s< lar year and the lunar
    year, which amounts to 11 days.
    adjusted. The Moslems make
    i such adjustment so thai their
    Nt r each yea and can pvcntuallj
    at any i me ol the solai year.
    Thi J i realizi d the problem
    the beginning of their cal-
    rndrica il ations and made acf-
    i-tiii' nt~ ai iinely. They work-
    l out that by adding an extra
    i oath seven times hi the course
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    The Fershkos En
    Tuesday Concert
    Sara and Hayim Pershko, vic-
    tims of the Nazi holocaust, wlio
    rose above personal tragedies, will
    have their annual concert at the
    Miami Beach High School Audi-
    torium. Tuesday at 8 p.m.
    And so In every" 19-year cycle.
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    25th anniversary of Israel with a
    variety of Israeli songs, which will
    also commemorate the 100th anni-
    versary of Bialik, who wrote "In
    Mayn Gorten" (a love song):
    "Eibick." ia tribute to courage
    written by M Leivick and arranged
    by Shalom Sccunda for the piano:
    and "Never Forget." a 30th year
    memorial to the "Uprising in the
    Warsaw Ghetto," arranged by Ha-I
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    eratic range, and Hayim accom-
    panies her at the piano. Hayim
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    his music. Hayim will give solo
    piano perfoimanccs from the works
    of Rachmaninoff, and excerpts
    from "Rhapsoday In Blue" by
    George Gershwin.
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    Fnrlnv Mrrrrrh 23 197y
    Friday, March 23, 1973
    JWV Auxiliaries Naming
    New Officers And Slates
    President Lillian Schocn. De-
    partment of Florida Ladies Auxil-
    iary, Jewish War Veterans, joined
    by immediate past national pres-
    ident Biliie Kern, past national
    president Malvina V I ....
    Ze:da Glass tVeinstein
    Junior division chairman, wi .
    tend the national executive
    mitttee m in New
    March 23, 24 and -"> as
    tu :. s of the Stat of \
    Other activities for Dade and
    Broward County auxiliaries in-
    clude :
    Norman Bruce Prown 174:
    Tuesday evening, outgoing presi-
    dent Seeraa Leikowitz will hold a
    board meeting at the Fust Fed-
    eral, S\V 22nd St. and 27th Ave.
    Robert K Franzblau 177: Auxil-
    iary and Fo t will hold their
    monthly bieakfast meeting at the
    Copper Penny Restaurant in
    Hollywood 10 a.m. Sunday. On
    Tuesday, auxiliary pr<
    -in Mo.-kovr.z will preside at a
    itLuIar business meeting for elec-
    tion of officers for 1973-74.
    Murray Solomon 243: President
    Evelyn Lowe will hold a board !
    meetirtf on Tuesday, at 8 p.m. at'
    the Merrick Elementary School. !
    Miami Beach 330: Will hold a
    games night for the Aid to Israel '
    program on Tuesday. 7:30 p.m at
    the Kneseth Israel Synagogue. I
    Officers for the 1973-74 term
    are: Mrs. Pearl Herman, pres-
    ident: Mrs. Pauiine Lazarus, senior
    ci president: Mrs. Evelyn
    Decky. junior vice president; Mrs.
    Jtr.nie Genig, chaplain; Mrs. I ejl
    .u;. patriotic instructr
    I'.' ... Si koli w conductress:

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    over foods availabl* for
    the first time this year are potato
    pancake and griddle pancake mixes
    potato starch, anu canned mush-
    room carrots. Irish potatoes and
    sweet potatoes.
    'Sleeping Beauty'
    By Miami Ballet
    Here April 27, 28
    The Miami Ballet will present
    the complete -Sleeping BeautV
    April 27 and 28 at the Dar>n
    County Auditorium with a cast o'
    70 dancers. Guest artists will in-
    clude Violette Verdv and Pe'er
    Martins of the New York Citv
    pallet as Princess Aurora and the
    Prince.
    Dancers from the Miami Ballet
    Companv in featured roles: Renee
    Zintgraff. Robert Pike. Annmarie
    Amanzio. Lynn Huck, and Cvnthia
    Ann Roses.
    This production will feature
    lavish costumes and scenerv d-
    ngned by Peter Farmer and the
    Miami Ballet Orchestra will be
    conducted by Ottavio De Rosa of
    the National Ballet.
    Tickets are available at the
    auditorium box office or the
    Miami Conservatory
    the Thursday noon meeting at the
    j Pour Freedoms Pt nthouse. Rae
    : Freinstein, pr< sident, I -!'
    Victor B. Freedman 61-; Will
    I hold it di D Thurs-
    29 plomat
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    . will hi .i jsi
    it.....ii ( ing i lay, al
    i Jeffer i National
    list ^,
    Hla-'eah Miami Sprint's <;':
    N'ewlj ins) Irs. Eve
    will hold a board meet-
    m on Ti day.
    \be Horrowitc 68*: Mrs. Sylvia
    Bart, newly elected president, will
    ' usiness meeti ig Thursday
    at 15947 NE 19th PI.
    Point Eas 638: installation of
    newly re-elected auxiliary pi
    dent Vera Krieger and 1973 74
    officers will be on Tuesday :it 8
    p.m. in the Point East Cub Hous
    Surfside-Bal Harbor 723: Auxil-
    iary chairman Ruth Frank will
    hold a games party for residents
    of the Hebrew Home for the Aged
    on Collins Ave. on Sunday. Re-
    freshments will be served.
    Colonel David Marcus: Re-'
    elected president Florence Wrona
    will preside at a regular business
    meeting on Wednesday at the
    Washington Federal, NW 183rd
    St. at 8 p.m.
    Israel Passover
    Festival Slated
    By Beth Israel
    Beth Israel Congregation will
    present an Israel Passover Festi-
    val celebrating the 25th anniver-
    sary of the State of Israel Thurs
    day, A"ril 19, 'tarting at 8:15 p.m.
    Headlining the program will be
    To Amar who h:is recorded more
    50 albums in Israel and th
    Ui : States.
    Jo .Amar on the pro
    :, m v i be The Ayalons, musical
    quartet, who entertained the Is
    -aeli Army during the Sinai cam
    i Since co ning to the United
    . the group has perf Tilled
    at the City Music Hall and
    major hotels and clubs here.
    Extra added attraction will be
    America r> Jewish humorist and
    singer Emil Cohen.
    R<' Volunteer Sunday
    The Red Cross will mark vol
    'inter recognition Sunday, March
    2i at Temple Israel beginning at
    2:30 p.m.
    Master .if ceremonies will be Dr.
    Manolo Reyes, Latin news director
    for WTV.J Ch. 4. an active Red
    Cross volunteer. Also on the pro-
    gram will be Calvin C. Norman.
    Dade County Chapter chairman:
    Mrs. John B. Turner, recognition
    chairman; Walter Mendenhall.
    chairman of volunteers, and Mrs.
    Henry lialaban who will sing
    Miami Beach Mayer Chuck Hall, (center) welcomes Norman
    D. Tilles of Providence R.I., national commander of the
    Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A., (left) to the city of Miami
    Beach during his recent official visit to the Greater Miami
    area, Feb. 27. At right is M. Jay Berliner of Coral Gables,
    JWV na:ional television-radio officer and senior vice com-
    mander of the Department of Florida. Mayor Kail is an hon-
    orary member of JWV.
    Hillel Day School Show To Star Tubby Boots
    On Monday. April 9 at 9 p.m in
    the Dunes Motel. Tubby Boots will
    head a show for the Hillel Com-
    munity Day School.
    Cochairing the affair are Mrs
    Robert Schupack of the Women (
    for Hillel and active in the school ernors.
    PTA. and Marshall
    rector. Southeast re
    ment of Youth Activities.
    Synagogues of America,
    member of Hiliel's board
    Baltuch. di-
    ion. Depart-
    United
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    of gov-
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    Jewish Family and Children's Service Opens Office On Miami Beach
    The open house and ribhon cut-1 narked the opening of another
    VI.
    March 11. at 850 Washington Ave., | dren's Service in this community.
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    efor JewisVFami^an^Ch^ gX SmffZA
    will be based at this office are all
    experienced in dealing with the
    problems of senior citizens.
    Present at the ceremony were
    many members of the Agency's
    hoSra including Arnold J. Stern,
    president: Le in D. Fisher, execu
    live director, and Vil Ri illo,
    executive vie? president of the
    United Fund of Dade County.
    Members oi thi JFCS Wo n n'i
    . ommitte served as iosI ei
    and served refreshment v ithin
    the n w
    a i led
    Mrs. Edw in (E rothj I >ppen-
    Vim. who accepted a certi
    of appreciation from Mr. Stern.
    Morton Silberman, vice presi
    dent of the Greater Miami. Jewisl
    Federation, told those who wen
    gathered that "outside of Israel
    Miami is the fiith largest com
    munity in the world.-' Mr. Stern
    cited the fact that, although the
    850 Washington Ave. office was
    just officially opened, it has a!
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    From (left to right) Arnold J. Stern, president Jewish Family
    and Children's Service, Mrs. Sol Goldstein, honorary presi-
    dent, JFCS, Leon D. Fisher, JFCS executive director, and
    Mrs. Edwin B. Cppenheim, Women's Committee president,
    at the ribbon cutting coremony of the Agency's newest of-
    fice located at 850 Washington Ave.
    At the official openinq of the Jewish Family and Children's
    Set vice Miami Beach office, honors were shared by (left
    to right) Arnold J. Stern, Leon D. Fisher, Mrs. Morton Silber-
    man, Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel of Temple Beth Mcshe and
    Morton Silberman, vice president, Greater Miami Jewish
    Federation.
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    Jewish Music Month Thursday at national songs and a report on the
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    Bob Mitfuok
    Randy Rapaport
    Lawrence Cohen
    lames Schainuck
    Saul Cimbler Michael Savelle
    DKBORAH BKODIE
    Deborah Ellen, daughter of
    Mr. and Mrs. Myron Brodie, will
    celebrate her Bat Mitzvah on Fri-
    day evening. March 23. at Temple
    Sinai.
    The celebrant i- in the seventh
    pradc at Nova Middle School
    where she belongs to the drama
    group and the chorus. She is also
    a number of the Temple Sinai
    Youth Group, is a gymnast and
    sews some of her own clothing.
    Mr. and Mrs. Brodie will fete
    their daughter at a reception in j
    the Emerald Hills Country Club
    on Friday night, and she will be
    hostess at B teen party featuring
    a local disc jockey on Saturday
    evening at the temple.
    SMIL CIMBLER
    Saul Cimbler. son of Mrs. Bertha
    Cimbler and Salumrn Cimbler will
    be'-onie a Bar Mitzvah at Temple
    Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Mar. 24.
    at Temple F.manu-El.
    Michael is a student of the
    I.ehrman Day School of Temple
    Emanu-El.
    The celebrant will be honored
    ' with a reception in the Friedland
    Ballroom of Temple Emanu-El.
    Michaels grandparents. Mr. and
    Mrs. Abraham Savclle. and Mr.
    Uld Mrs. Sol Mesel, and
    , great-grandmother, Mrs. Bertha
    1 (senberg, will attend the event.
    JAMES SCHAINUCK
    Mrs. Jewel Schainuck and
    Serard Schainuck announce the
    Bar Mitzvah of their son James
    Steven, at Temple Beth Am. on
    .Saturday. March 24.
    James attends Miami Country
    Day School, and received his re-
    ligious education at Temple
    Beth Am. James is active in foot-
    ball, soccer, and baseball teams
    in school.
    There will be a luncheon follow-
    ing the services at Horatio's in
    the Coconut Grove Hotel, given by I
    his mother In the evening there !
    will be a party hosted by his
    father, at the David William Hotel
    in Coral Gables.
    Jack Muravchick, grandfather of
    Ili<' celebrant, is a pioneer hotel- :
    man on Miami Beach, prominent
    in community affairs since 193C.
    Marshall Rubin
    Takes Post In
    Dade Center
    On May 1. Marshall Rubin.
    ACSYV. of East Orange. N.J.. will
    take up his duties as executive di
    rector of the new Psycho-Social Re-
    habilitation Center of Dade County.
    Inc. according to Robert Berman.
    president of the Mental Health
    Assn.
    Mr. Rubin has a BA from Wayne
    State University where he majored
    in psychology and a Masters in so-
    cial work from Rutgers. For the
    past three years he has been execu-
    tive director of Prospect House in
    East Orange, a psychiatric rehabili-
    tation day and evening center.
    The Jersey center is similar to
    the new Dade County agency which
    is being designed through the joint
    efforts of the Mental Health Assn.
    , and Jackson Memorial Hospital
    Psychiatric Institute. The center
    will provide former mental pa-
    tients with training that will make
    the transfer from the sheltered
    life of a mental institute to the out-
    side world less difficult.
    It's Brim For
    \ New Taste
    In (loffoe
    Discover the marvelous, mellow
    flavor of Brim's rich Colombian
    coffee bean*. Brim that much
    lalked-aboul new coffee from Gen
    eral Poods. You'll be tempted to
    enjoy it cup after cup So indulge!
    07 per cent of the caffein in Brim
    has b-en removed. So you can
    drink all the Brim coffee you wan',
    wit'lout any worry of lost sleep.
    You can serve Brim to your
    family and guests all during Pass-
    over, with complete equanimity.
    They'll all delight in Brim's de-
    licious taste its satisfying full-
    bodied aroma. (They'll never sus-
    pect it's decaffeinated coffee.)
    Brim is available in an instant ver-
    sion, too. Either way, with Brim,
    you are always assured a good
    Mrs. Minerva Schainuck. of -1 .
    Wilkes-Barrc. Pa., and Miami MW s sleeP
    Menorah Saturday morning. March IBeachl grandmother of the celeb-1 Enjoy Brim this Passover, wont
    24. I rant, will be lure for the occasion, you.'
    Saul is a seventh grade c,ll'u'"'i
    at Nautilus Junior High School.
    Following services there will be
    a reception and luncheon in honor,'
    of the occasion at the Eden Roc
    Hotel.
    & -ir
    RANDY RAPAPORT
    Randy, son o; Mr. and Mr-
    David A Rapaport. will observe
    his Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah
    Congregation Saturday morning.
    March 24.
    Rabbi I.ipschitz will charge
    Randy with entrance into the adult
    Jewish community and present him
    with a prayer book on behalf of
    the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of
    the congregation.
    The celebrant is o seventh grade
    student in the Hebrew Academy.
    In Randy's honor, his parents
    will sponsor the Kiddush following
    the services. Guests will include
    Mrs. Frieda Epstein of Miami
    Beach.
    fr ^? ^r
    LAWRENCE COHEN
    Lawrence Frederick, son of Mr.
    nd Mrs. Jules Cohen, will observe
    his Bar Mitzvah during Saturday .
    morning services at Temple Beth
    El on March 24.
    The celebrant is in the sixth
    grade at Highland Oaks Elemen-
    tary School.
    Among guests will be his mater-
    nal grandparents. Mr and Mrs.
    Max Kram. and his paternal grand-
    mothers, Mrs. Idell Cohen of Miami
    Beacii.
    Mr, and Mrs. Cohen will host the
    One;; Shabbat on Friday night in
    tli .i son's honor.
    MICHAEL SAVEI.LE
    Michael Nathan, son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Sidney Savclle. will become I
    Camp a
    Samps
    Sepantte ( u"./.- of Distinction
    if Boy* ami Girl* on bettutlfui
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    lay March 23. 1973
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    Youth Groups In First
    Israeli Dance Festival
    LEGAL NOTICi
    LEGAL NOTICi
    tith the theme "And the Dis-
    ed Ib.o Been Gathered From!
    Four Corners of the World," 12
    |h ips will perform Israeli
    MS at the first annual Israeli
    be festival to be held at 'the'
    persity of Miami, April 1 at 7:301
    on the outdoor patio of the
    lent Union,
    Irticipat ng groups, under the
    lership of dance coordinator
    ptla ECedem will be Temple1
    k, USY: Both Torah. USY: Tern- \
    hfenorah. USY, "Ha Rokdim"
    r!; Bi th Am School (grade 9): I
    jro. YM-YWHA; Beth Am
    fty": Ha Shachar" Young
    ka; Shoshanim; Temple Judea;
    D.n: : South, USY.
    Sponsors for the event are the
    Jewish Youth Council of Greater
    Miami, the Israel 25 committee,
    HiUel, and ihc YM-YWHA of
    Greater Miami under the chair
    lu'cnship of Deborah Lubin and
    Mike Klien.
    Israel 25 is sponsored by the
    Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
    The YM-YWHA of Greater Miami
    is the functional agency. The Cen-
    tral Agency for Jewish Education
    is providing assistance in the de-
    velopment of programming.
    The Israel 25 committee is un-
    der the direction of Fran Levey,
    overall chairman, with Joyce Sum-
    berg. cultural arts director.
    Iiilip Klutznick Speaker
    Al Synagogue Council
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE OF APPLICATION
    FOR TAX DEED
    Chapter 72-268-Acts of 1972
    File No. 73 A 13
    (Chapter 197 (FS) 1972 Supplement
    to Florida Statutes 19711
    NOTICE IS HEREBY (HVKN thai
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thill
    id. undersigned, desiring to engage In
    husiticsi under tit, rictlllous nanti !
    ROYAI.E ENTERPRISES al Dul
    I'oUII.I. Flol l.l.i
    Kll HAUn P BRINKER
    . "lerk i 'Ir.-ull Court.
    Had. Cnunty, Florida
    Hi P l' i luldstrand 11 i'
    1 !lri mi i 'ourl Seal i
    :: 2
    pilip M Klutznick, former IS
    Issador to the United Nations.
    I address a luncheon meeting
    of th. \ Si.jutv of Fellows
    of th. s ;ue Council of Amer-
    ica o' licniard'a in the
    Carri .. \n Kim/nick
    serve- national advisory
    board e: council.
    Sarr.i. ; : i,: 1;.ii i. foundei
    of thi' i : ,i;r chain, and chair
    man ot Temple Emanu-EI
    board o: vi-'.ors. is honorary
    chairniv Samuel .1 Ualperin,
    Miami r is chairman of the
    luncheon
    Dr. In.._ I.chrman. rabbi of
    ^Bple K.i .it-.u-El. is president ot
    ;he Synagogue Council of Amer-
    ca, which is the -umbrella"
    agency of the three branches of
    NOTICE OF APPLICATION
    FOR TAX DEED
    Chapter 72-268-Acts ot 1972
    File No. 73 A 12
    (Chapter 197 (FS) 1972 Supplement
    to Florida Statutes 1971i
    NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVKX Ihnl
    llonnld I. Ilanm, Trustei Itoldi of
    fount* Tax Sale Certlflcnl. No. 77.14
    Issu.-d ill. I-1 da) nf June. A 11 I Kill,
    ha* filed name In the Tax '.!.. ,.,,-
    in..-, .ui.l ha* in;,.I, application turn
    lux di ..I In he issu, .1 t! Ti nil Said
    f'ertlfi Hi mln lie. Ihi follow ini .1.
    M-rlbed properly in ih.
    lade, si ii, i.f Florida, to-u 11
    i ri of \\ iso ri i : >.. ..- \i,
    of Si:\ of SB', nf NK'i ANA
    l.i.i 11 In. ;
    ,, nEK581 HIVKN that Cnumy. Florida int.nil ... reglstei
    i.mini.i I. Baron, Trustee holder of .....inme with the Clerk of the Clr-
    couniy Tux Sale Certificate No. 7730 un Ci.url uf Daile Cuuntv, l-'lorida
    issued the I hi duy of June. A I. i:i,., MORTON isui'ssbi.
    nas riled same In the Tax Collector'* l-llli.ii- LAPIDCH
    .iin-.- mi.I has made application for ;( Leslie Howard [tenter
    tax iteed to be Issued thereon Knid Attorn.) foi applicant!:
    .rtiii. ;,i.. embraces the following ii-ji cm National Bank Bldg.
    ilcxcrllied property in (hi Couul] nf Miami, l-'ia.
    Dade. Hi;.....i,l Florida, toMvill
    l.oi IK Hiuek 7. Hnmpl.....>ark,
    I'll,I Book 4\ Page S8, See.....i 31,
    Townahin .".:: South, Rang. (..
    Bust, containing 11 ncre> r i e
    or leKH in ill.- County nf Hade,
    Stal..... Klnrlda.
    The assessment of said property un-
    der Hi.- said eertifieate wan in the
    name of: William Bell
    I'nlemi >.ii,l certificate Bhall In re-
    deemed according i.. law, the pr.....rty
    deM-rlbed herein will be nold to Hi.
    highest bidder for cash nl the Court-
    house dnor mi the fii-.-i Mnniln) in ri>.
    month of Apr!!. 1873, which i- the 2nd
    das nl April, li'T::. ;n I0:.10 A M
    Dated ilii- 27th day of February,
    IN THE CIRCUIT COLRT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 73-183
    GEORGE E. SCHUL2
    i IHC: Bui......I
    MAI Kll "E MIOATZ.
    .....a Keel
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    'I'.. All i 'rediloi. .....I All Pi r*oi 'I
    ing i intm- or Demands AjcaiUH s. I
    L'.'Ktate:
    You .i'- i ... i.. notified and ri I
    Pi oi'.-miii ,iits laim* :iml ,vh*rb u in.iV" l:.,w AMIskatwi
    Kii.. ,.r ma run -i: mi'iatz iu
    late of IkhI. County, Florida.
    ('Ircull JudKes of Dade Counlj I
    nl. ;li< Ham* in duplicate and an iro-
    \ i,l, ,| in Section 7.::: I ti. Plnrldii Si I
    a!,.;-, in their orficen In Ihe I
    Courthouse i'' Dade County, i
    within m\ calendar mnnthr Iroi
    time "f the rirail publication I
    ir Ihe miiii. v. in !,, barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this i-t
    duy of March, A ;> l7 I
    N0TICE X22Z*> f;CTITIOUS AdnUnlSrlji1vT.A.
    ..,., ,S.,L,Ayv........ l-'i'-i publicnti......f Ihlw noi ii
    N"lhl- ls HEIIKin niVEN lhati ihe Hill dav or March. l-:i
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    KOTH'K m HEKEIIY (UVK.N thai
    the undi-rniiciied, ilelrlnK i" nu;m,-
    in bUHlneHF under Ihe ficllllnuH ikiiii.
    "i TKK- REP al BOI X IV, 111 Street,
    Miami. Fla. Intends to regiater Hald
    name .!ii the Clerk of tin- Clrcull
    I'ourl of Daile County. Florida,
    DAVID HAVI OCK
    U l-23-Sn t ii
    ,,, ... j ............, ,, :mii 'i;n ,', .iijiii (I. I-., .
    STIvva .."1","'"US namS "' Attnrnej for AdmlnlMratrlx. C.T \
    WANNA .,i 26f.ili Palm Avenue. Hla- ng Ali.le, rtulblinti
    b'Hh, bin Intend) i., rcxiHter wi d \ii-.mi Florlil
    with Ihe lerk of th. Clrcull "
    Couri of I i.i.l. County. Florida "
    KMII.Ki C( iltHAI.lCS
    :: 1a.33.sa I r.
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    No. 73-6134
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    in ii. The Marrlaw 'I *
    lU'BI BN'B en U.l. \\ .. i .1
    (1BKAI 11 i'H H.I. hUHliaail
    T I IERA I Ii i'H H.I
    I mi l.inu.....I Stri et
    Nl IV Ul M.l.II. I
    VOl' ARE HBItBlir notified dial n
    I'.--..Inn..ii ol MarrliiKe
    ' '- i.-n filed ai-MiuM you, nnd %. >n
    nP'Jmr'nn l'.'"'."" m* ,' ''V i '....... '''"' lUUKOt.f Dad, V
    ol >oui nniwei o i r I leadii a ,, ,
    'V'.;.',. J' ;:;',. atti.rn..> ,,., i ::; ;.. Klorlda
    i ', '_--. "I" n.J- siatuliM res In th. i
    r R, s, Tow, !' Avenue, \\ .. ur ,: :. ,-u ,
    South, Rni.K. in Bam. '" r monll
    :.;
    founts r.( I..... stal. !' a :'' ,"' '.r. or llu si I irre.1
    Th, iismi mem r.f n ,1 pi M "'"l l '" enter...! .
    r lie said certificate way In llu ,,,. .,-, dai nl F, u \.ll
    mo ..i Mnrv.li, .-1',,,1,' ,,,.'; ,.^'':1 MYRA FBI IVSISBHKII
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 73-673
    FRANK B. DOWLING
    in UK: Bhtati nl
    ui.i ian FKi.vunitn
    I ,. as, .1
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All i V. .Iu.,i and All Pi rsoi ll v-
    u- i In I me nr I in n dn VkiiIio i Said
    i:
    Yoy ;,. hereb> n I
    . pr, el 1. ims .i i:.l .1. i
    . nu mi, i Inn njralns, ,i --
    ll......f I.II.I IAN FEINHBIHi
    I Inte .,' I,. .i. ("nun I). Fl,
    I '" '"..' nV,!'>',l!,,:
    erty d, -. nl- I rein will '' ,,,. '
    r' hhrhesl bidder for Hie t iflr.-uit foiirt S..I.I1
    I ourthouse door on Ihe rirsl t|..i rtnv "" s' '" ., ,,......,.. ,
    PHILIP Nl. KLUTZNICK
    \merican Jewry. Conservative.
    Orthodox and Reform, which rep
    resents the largest constttuenc} in
    organized Jewish life, approxi-
    mately four million synagogue
    affiliated Jews.
    As B\.'i ,n I'lx
    First pub f this ..... ',
    ": :
    UROVER WBINSTB1N ^.- STA1
    P \
    In the month of Vnrll l!>7 hid "-=''..... Rv: SHBRWIN STAI'IIER. ESy
    'Ii.. 2nd dav i.f \oril i',7". ,m in I Attornex foi Bl '
    "M IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Ullli.nl .lecM
    Dated tl.it. 7th dav ..f F.l.ru ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ... i. ,,..!,. |:...,.l
    IN AND FOR '.
    RICHARD P RRINKBR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA ---------------
    Clerk rir.nii Couri No- 73-814
    ri .i. V. .V.im I-' ,.,. J- GWYNN PARKER
    , In l.'l l .- tall !
    SIDN E\ \l. IIIRSCII I'.l'.Ki;
    L>, ...,l
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    r. P v i.ildHtraml DC.
    Clrcull Court Seal)
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICi-: is iii:i:i:i'.i c.iven ih .t
    ,!.,' iinderslKii. d deslrlntc to i
    .,, m .-I ii, ricutiou
    STANLIV L. STCRN
    Stanley L. Stern
    Given New Po*t
    At \$ oineteo's
    Stanlc L. Stern, senior vice
    president ui;.! director. Wometco
    EnterpriM'- Inc.. has been given
    idditiona! -ponsibilities as as-
    listan .. tr.e president for
    re Division Operations.
    announcement was made by
    *ell Wolfson, president, Wo
    Enti'iprises, Inc.
    Stern joined Wometco in
    He li->- served the company
    icatre manager, motion pie-
    booking executive, vice pres
    in charge of real estate and
    ranee. He was elected vice
    Idem In 1959. senior vice
    ident in 1967, and director in
    fctive in community and pro-
    tonal associations, Mr. stern
    , charter member of Variety
    >s International, Tent 33 (was
    .pient of its "Great Guy
    Ird," in 19691. and is a charter
    fcber and past president of the
    fida Chapl sr of the American
    Icty of insurance Management;
    liber, national board of direc
    American Society of Insur-
    . Management: member, exec-
    |c com::..... Trade and Serv-
    Section. National Safely
    ncil; member, advisory board.
    ater Miami Insurance Educa
    Council Miami-Dade Junior
    t
    Model Apartments Open
    At Briekell Bay Club
    Brickell Bay Club. Miami's new-
    est bay front condominium hiyh-
    rise, is the latest project being de-
    veloped by Michael Forte and
    Sons, a major real estate and de-
    velopment firm with a multitude
    of residential and commercial
    structures throughout New York
    and Dade County.
    Brickell Bay Club offers resi-
    dences from one to three bed-
    rooms as well as penthouses and
    a private club on the premises.
    with its own restaurants and
    lounge Models are open from 10
    to 6 p.m., seven days a week at
    2333 Brickell Ave.
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOH
    DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-16137
    NOTICE OF SALE
    PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 43
    kkum; i..w;si.;.\\
    Plaintiff
    - YS-
    |n lit. .'I'll V YAM i Ml IRB.N'I I,
    ii k (( DOROTHY' VAKO RCIZ,
    (i k ,( 11. y.\ K. i
    I ii |R< I'I'll V I. V.Ms'( I, .1 ;il .
    I, i. ndants
    Xi i'I'H K IS HiCRBIiY OIVBX inn-
    xuanl i" .hi Order or Final Ju.1biii.mh
    dated Mni Ii IH, I:'!:: nml i ntered In
    ,',\il Action i : X" T'J I.'_:.. o| 111.
    , 'Ircull "oui ludlclal
    i 'ircull in (in.I I.,, Dade Counly, I'l.-r-
    i.la wherein ERI.IN'G I.ARKEN Ihe 1 day of March. 1!>73,
    Plaintiff, nnd DOROTHY VAKtl Vlt>- 'VI.\8, CAWS, BSQ,
    RBNO. :i U (i DOROTHY V M (i k Ii VAKO, :i k/a DOROTHY I*|I"I1 nim-uyne Tower IluilillllB
    VAKn. .., nl., DefenduntM, I will nell Miami. Florida 33132
    lo the hiffhem and heal hldd.r for J H^S-SM Ii
    cash in Ihe lobby :ii the South IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    from door ,.i the Dade County eleventh judicial circuit.
    i'..iiiiii.his., in Miami, Dadi Coun-| in and for
    iv. Florida al il:no ... i, i. \ \i on dade county. Florida
    the Slid day of April. H'7:'.. Ihe follow- CASE NO. 71-2W8
    UK deacrihed nroiiert> an el forth In NOTICE TO APPEAR
    I-.. All Creditor* and All Personx Hnv- \ \.\ r,|-.. i'it 1.EAN1NO HBRY I I
    I'lulmr or DenuuiiU ARainvl Said :i, ... y. -;i. Plaxa, Room 12. Xortl
    1 ilii Klil, sht>i>lnn i enti-r, Miami. Fla In-
    Youare hereby nolifie.l and required teiidi ... rev ti fcald name with il.a
    I to iirexenl uii) eli inn and d.-mandx. ci.-rk .., ih, Clrcull Couri of D
    wh'i-h > ... may hav. hbhIiibI the "i-icouuiv Florl.l.i
    i.n. ..i SHiM.'Y .'I l|il:s,'lll:Ki:ii de- DAVID M.II.'V
    ..(i-.-.1 hi!.- ..f Dade County. Florida.I ;; J .;.. I .:-!:;
    ,.. ili. .'ir.-uif Judge* of Dade County.
    (in.I file ih. s(,ni. in ilunlir.'ii.. and na'--------------------------------------------------
    nmvlded In Section 733.1, I'l.ni.l. in the CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    Statute*. In their office* in the Counly ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    Courthouse in n.i.i, County, Florida. in and FOR
    within m\ calendar month* from lln-| DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    lime of ihe find nubllcntion hereol GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    ..i Hi. -:un. ivlll be barred Case No. 73-6415
    Dated ai Miami. Florida iln- 2 NOTICE BY publication
    daj of March, .\ l> IH78 | IN' RE: PETITION" OF
    SARA JAM: HIRSCHRERtl ............ .......i.-.. l
    inn KIiik* Point I irlve
    Miami Reach. Florldu
    A* Admlnl*tratrlx
    Flral DUbllcatlon ot thl< notice
    Passover Meals In-Flight
    During the week of Passover, air-
    line passengers will be assured of
    tasty Passover meals served en-
    route by United, Eastern, and
    Delta Airlines, which regularly
    ! feature Manischcwitz meals in- j
    flight. Passover meals are pre-,
    I pared in the new Manischcwitz
    ! Frozen Food plant in Vineland,
    N.J., under strict supervision of
    ! Rabbis Isaac Siegal, Chaim Karlin-
    sky. David L. Silver and Emanuel
    Gettinger.
    -aiil u.l. i nr Filial .ludami nt,
    l>it 19. IH...-I. 16. "i Coral (.able*
    Bill more Section, ncconlliut lo the
    Plal iln r. ..f rworded In Plal Rook
    20, I'ai;,. :'V of the Public Record*
    of Dade County. Florida
    DATED iliis lfth day "l March
    if'T:!.
    RICHARD P RRINKBR
    Clerk of *ald > 'Ircull '' iurl
    Bj 11 RYAN
    Deliut.v Clerk
    i-t CT, si:ai.
    3 23 73
    1ECAI NOTICt
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
    he undei Mk'i"-il. dealring i" enitare In
    buainau under Ihe flctltloua name of
    KAl'l, .1 SANTIAGO 4 ASSOCIATES
    a: 618 B '.'ih Street. Hlalenh, Fla. In-
    tends to register ?-(i nl name with Ihe
    Clerk of '", Circuit Court of Dade
    County, Florida
    R Ml. .1 SANT1AOO
    :' ;:.-:: I B-13
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN Rial
    ilw under*lcned, rte*lrln(t to emtaite in
    business under the fictitious name "i
    I.i:n REALTY mi MM All Baba Ave-
    nue i '"( i ka, Fin, Intend* to ret-
    later nnld name with the Clei* nf the
    Circuit Court of Dade County, Horlda
    UEONARD PECHEVIK
    J^J_ 3/9-16-23-30
    NOTICE OF APPLICATION
    FOR TAX DEED
    Chanter 72-268-Acti of 1972
    File No. 73 A 11
    (Chapter 197 (FS) 1972 Supplement
    to Florida Statutes 1971)
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN llnil
    Ronald i Baron, Trustee hold, r "i
    County Tux Bale Certificate No. 7733 led matter nf the above wtyled cau*
    BY PUBLICATION
    MIl.PKBl STRAI i'H.
    Plaintiff
    v*
    MASON MOSI.BV, ., KiiiRle man,
    Defendiml
    I'm. MASON MOSI F.V. ., in(tie man
    i R.'vlil. i ... unknow n i
    nml
    Each and (ill unknown persons, par-
    ties (in,l defendant* who claim by.
    ihrouarh. under or aiealnsi the afore-
    said MASON MOSI.BV. n oinjtle man,
    u-hi'ihir :,s spouses, heirs, devisee*.
    Itrantees, nsslsnees llenors. redltors
    trusteef or otherwise, as to ,:i.'h nnd
    nil of whom residence is unknown.
    (iinl
    Bach and all unknown persons, par-
    ties nnd defendants, ns t<, each nnd
    all <>f wh.im residence ;~ unknown
    lu.vini: ..i clalmlnn in have any rlithl.
    title or Intereal In or lo the followini
    described property. \\lii,-1i is the sub.
    EDWARD WALKER. Husband
    nl i IENEVA IVA I.KER.
    n i EVERETT I. All EN
    Ri -ill.in.. I'nknnv n
    v. IP or, hi r. i > notlfle.1 thai Peti-
    tioners have filed a petition in the
    above sivl.-il Court for 111.- a.l.inii n "f
    the minor child chunky ai.i.kn.
    and you are iv.iuir.-il to show .-auso
    wtts the sain, si ,.ulil noi bi (trnnted,
    by servlns a copy of your written de-
    fenses, If any. upon Al FRED I>.
    IIIBI.BV. Attorney for Petitioners. 19
    W. -t Flafler Street 211 RIs. ayne
    BulldiiiK. Miami Florida ""l"", anil
    i.v rilina the nriKlnal thereof with tl,
    i jerk nf the nhov. styled Court on ..r
    h, for, ii ila> ..' Aoril. !:::. other-
    wise a decree may be entered attains!
    \,.u frrnnllnn *ald adoption
    WITNESS my hand and seal of said
    i-.uii al .Miami. Florida, ihis III .lay
    of March. 1973
    Rli-IIARH P. BRINKER
    CLERK, ill:. I'IT iiUKT
    II) : c P. ri ipEI AN'li
    Deputy 'lerk
    :: 23-80 l 6-13
    ssu.il the 1st day of June, A.M. 1!>7.
    lui* filed same in the T:in Collector')
    office, i.n.i has made application for
    i lax deed to he issued thereon. Said
    Certificate embraces the followlnn de-
    scribed proiherty In tile County of
    Dade. State of Florida, to-wlt:
    B 73 fl of W ISO fl of N'...-Si:.-
    X'K'i -SB1, -N'Bi, -l.i-ss N -' II
    AKA l/.i 4 Block i-'. Truman City
    V R. Section :tl Township U
    South, RanRe *" Bast, containing
    .24 arre* more nr It's*, in the
    Count) of Dade, Stale ,.r Florida.
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-6390
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RB: The Marriage of
    I.II.I.IAM A PERBZ. Wife
    anil
    KAMi IN PEREZ. Husband
    TO: RAMON PEREZ
    '.!_' Madison A\. nue
    Elisabeth. Ne Ji rsey
    Yi H ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    via:
    Lot I Block 16. BCNCHE PARK.
    according to the ulal thereof, as
    recorded in Plal B. ok SO, al Panre
    20. of the Public Records "f Dade
    Countv. Florida.
    V.H'. AND BACH <>K YOU, ar.
    herehj notified thai a Complaint has '"'' !,n nctlon ror Dissolution ol m..< -
    i.....n riled i.v Hi., above named Plain- '"x-
    liff ntfaluMl you and each of you t.
    foreclose a mortgage on the above de-
    scribed property In the above styled Ifwrence I- u.im.-. attori>_e> for
    cause and you and each of you are. Petitioner, whose s
    hereby required to file an Answer to First sir.
    filed agninsl you bj I
    you tire required lo servi a copy of
    your written defenses, if any. to ii
    in-v. |i W'lli M Ol INSH IK. 1497
    described herein will be sold to the N.W "th Street, Miami 3312.". Flor-
    hiclnvsi bidder for cash al the Court- Ida on or before Ih. ii day of Vnril
    house door on the flrsl Monday In the | 1973: ntherv loi of s.,i.i
    month of April. I97S, which Is the 2nd comnlninl will he taken as confeswd
    dav of April. 1973, ai 10:80 A M | hv von
    ,. .Miami. Floi Ida, and fil
    original with the clerh of the
    I \ i, .| court mi or before April
    Circuit "'ouri an,I to serve a ropy nfl 2.'.. 1973: otherwise a default "ill be
    such Answer nr other respoi Hered ngainsl >,,u ror Ihe reli.i .(.
    Pleading ii"..a Ihc PlninttfTs Attor- manded in Ihe romplninl or netltlnn
    The iissi-ssmi'iit of said property I other Pleading responsive theretol tli
    under the said eertifieate was In the| with Hie Clerk or th, above entitled
    name of: Arthur C. Pedlcan c o Bdna
    Aahlev
    1'ni.ss said certificate shall be re-
    deemed according to law, the nropertj
    WITNESS mi hand and Ihc seal of
    said ...in-1 at .Miami Florida "i, this
    1", dav of Man I 1973
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    .v i 'lerk, circuit mi i
    Dad. Countv, I'l.-'la
    Dated ihis ;:iii day of February,
    1973.
    RK'HAItn P. BRINKER,
    Clerk Clrcull Court
    Dade County Florida,
    B) r l' Ouldstrand D.C
    fClrruli i'ouii Seal)
    2 8-J-16-23
    DONE nnd ORDERED al the D Bv R M KISSBB
    Cnui'M Cnurthousi Miami. Florida. As Denuts Clerk
    this 1 d iv of \|...vii. i-.f: I (Clrcull Court Seall
    RICHARD P BRINKER I AWRBNCB F KAINB
    ri, ,'. ..f the '' "I' Couri ~ P "' S'c-''
    BY <: M KiRSEE i Miami. Florida
    Deputy Clerk I Attorney for Petll......
    :: 9-K-tS-M
    ;-::,i 4 i.-13
    0 _o-ol ^ ,.-.-.
    :ai 4/6-13


    Page IOC
    vJewlsli ffcricfiatjn
    Friday, March 23. 1H/J
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    Civil Action No. 73-4844
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RB: MAItKIAiiK BKTWBBN
    EVELYN 1.. SHIMAN
    and
    DAVID SIUMAN
    X- I; MR. DAVID SHIMAN
    c MI* and M n
    William Aronaon
    Truman Road
    Newton. -Mass.
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    thai an action f"i Dissolution .'I Mar-
    riage hai i.....i filed against you am!
    ycm are required to Berve .< copy of
    your written defenses, If ans to it on,
    OROVER WEINSTEIN .v STAI'BER,
    PA attorney for Petitioner, whose ad
    dress Is 350 Lincoln Road, Miami
    Beach Florida, ami fii.- the original
    With ill. !.-rk of Hi.- above styled
    courl mi ,r before April i. 1973;
    otherwise a ii. fault win be entered
    ajtalnst you fur the relief demanded
    in ih- complaint This notice shall be published oi.....
    ea'-li week for four consecutive weeks
    In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS mv hand and Hi.- seal "f
    aid ,-ourt at Miami. Florida, on this
    27 lav of Feb.. 1978.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    As Clerk, Circuit Court.
    Dad. County, Florida
    Bv I. SXF.MDFX
    As Deoutv Clerk
    fClrcull Court Seal I
    OROVKIt WEINSTETN & STAURER.
    V A
    Bv: sh.rwiii Stauber
    lltn i incoln Road
    Miami Beach Florida
    Atl ii nev for Petitloner
    i ;'-:
    IN THE 11TH CIRCUIT COUHT
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    NO. 73-4895
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN RB Th. man-law of
    J IME rjCTIEHHEZ.
    Husha nd,
    and
    Si x M GUTIERREZ.
    ii si i v.( j| -i TIERREZ n
    d .- i Elvira : Sai
    1' I required to fill v<>ui answer
    .' ion ,,f mm -
    I rith the Clerk ol ihi .,:
    Court am opi thereof
    1 K.-.i i::m. i ',.
    1 \. i
    o -... .., |, .
    . .-

    ' ". i k Circuit Courl
    i n P RI xvii
    I'. ihii i
    (>' uli
    9-11
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, deslrlnic to engage In
    pueinesi under the fictitious names ol
    iiai;i.i COMPANY (Not Incorporated!:
    Dl'ROC COMPANY (Not Incorpor-
    ated) at number 19 W Flagler 81
    .v., L'li. In the City of Miami. Florida,
    Intend to register the said name'
    with tin- Clerk of the Clrcull Court oi
    I lade County, Florida.
    Dated ai Miami. Florida, this "::
    <\.,\ of February, it?::.
    Alfred D Bleley
    PeRKJ Blelej
    9-16-23
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    INO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-4762
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: THE MARRIAGE I '!".
    RAMON Iv RIVERA.
    Husband
    and
    MOIRA RIVERA,
    Wife.
    TO: MOIRA RIVERA
    Smith Pariah
    Hamilton. Bermuda
    or MOIRA RIVERA
    General P.O. Box i-'iO
    Hamilton Bermuda
    YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
    that un action for Dissolution of Mai-
    rlajre has been filed attains! you and
    you are required to serve a copy ol
    your written defenses. If any. to it Oil
    MARVIN ROSS FRIEDMAN, attorney
    for Petitioner, whose address Is 8731
    S.W. 8 St., Suite 109, Miami. Florida
    ,13134 Telephone: M6-6486, and file
    the original with the clerk of the
    above styled court on or before April
    6. 1973; otherwise a default will )> en-l
    tered against you for the relief de-l
    manded in the complaint or petition ;
    This notice shall be published one,
    arh week for four consecutive week*
    it THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
    WITNESS my hand and tin- seal Ol
    IN THE CIRCUIT Cv-URT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDK IAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    General Jurisdiction Division
    CASE NO. 73-4666
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN RE: TDK MARRIAGE OF
    MARCELLA JANE MANN
    Wife
    and
    CHARLES C MANN'
    Husband
    TO: CHARLES C MANN
    l lo Lynn street
    BlosabuAr. .P"li>i'> lwmia 16912
    TO!*, CHARLES C MANN, are
    hereb) notlf'ed that an action for
    Dissolution of Man ace has heen
    filed agalntl you and you are re-
    quired to serve a copy of your writ-
    ten defense if any. to it on ARTMI'R
    s DAVIS, Attorney for Petitioner,
    M-110 Blscayne Building-, in Weal
    Flagler Street, Miami. Florida 83130.
    and file the original with the Clerk
    of the above-styled Court on or be-
    fore April 4. 1973, otherwise a De-
    fault Will he entered against you for
    ill, relief demanded in the Complaint
    or Petition,
    This Not lee shall he nuhlished once
    each week for four eonsei'lltive weeks
    In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
    said Court at Miami. Florida, on this
    26 day of February, H'TS.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    as Clerk circuit Court
    Dade County Courthouse
    Dad.- Countv. Florida
    Bv: R. M. KI88EE
    Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    ,1 2-n-lfi-DT
    LEGAL NOTICE
    UIHII1
    Id court at Miami. Florida on IhU
    26 dnv of l-vi... 1973.
    RICHAR]' I' BRINKER
    a- i "lerk. Clrcull Court
    Dade I 'nut I Floi I
    i:v R M KISSKR
    As Deputy Clerk
    !. I Courl S
    FRIEDMAN AND I.1PCI >\
    VIARVIN i:> >SS FRIEDMAN
    J737 S W SI Suiti 19
    ' I
    Teleohi e M6-I
    Vtton es f. i Petll loner
    'i-ifl-:'.i
    IN *HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    E .EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    CASE NO. 73-4926
    is RE Pi
    A
    - ;
    NOTICF
    I wfl ...
    1 vroi
    u in notified I
    'I Pel
    I Vu
    "' ''' hi
    ii

    I
    I. |.
    - South
    x Avenu ,ta ,.,.
    or befoi ,i>i I. 19: file |
    ' c I > ,-, ,-.
    '
    II .;.' .
    :" rellel ill manded in
    I
    (VITNr SS mv hand I Irti
    i.. ...
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    I
    : 11

    Feh
    ': H VRD P
    nf thi I
    n> r \t
    I leout v
    NOTICE OF APPLICATION
    FOR TAX DEED
    Chapter 72-268 -Acts of 1972
    File No. 73 A 10
    (Chapter 197 (FS) 1972 Supplement
    to Florida Statutes 1971)
    i'E IS EH i.i:v GIVEN thai
    Ron..... I Baron, Trustee holder of
    County Tax Sale Certificate No 77 1
    issued the 1st das of June \ l> 197",
    ed i ante In tin- Tax Oolli ctoi
    and hat made uppllcu I ii in for
    ta d.....I to he It hui d thei Sal I
    ate embi p follow ina di -
    ertj n i 11 i
    nf Florida, b.-v
    N i. I ol :>. i in en II. -. r \ n
    l- nl H ok r. p ..... J7, Si ctIon -1.
    Tom iikIiIij S ii'Ii. Range I En
    tninina i". acre* mot..... less.
    Ihi i 'ounty of I i.i.l. state of |
    Fli rlda |
    assessnn i
    the -aid certificate WHS
    . .. \
    i .i ertll hall he re-!
    ..... .
    will bi ild to the
    the Court-
    I ii 'in the
    montl f Aoi 1973. v In, h Is thi
    \ M
    1 i "th day of Feliruarj
    :
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    i "lerk i 'i .un i' irl
    Dadi counts Florida
    l' P F Guldstrand DC
    ' i:it i 'out t S-ali
    :;
    BRINKER
    Court
    '"'EE
    Clerk
    :i 2-9-16-23
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    E-EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    Probate No. 73-1233
    GEORGE E. SCHULZ
    lit RE KM., oi
    in th v. K KECK EL. formerly
    KITH V HAOAN.
    I M-ceased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditor* and All Person- Hav-
    Iiik Claims or Llemands Against. Said
    Estate:
    v. u are hereby notified and required
    > ni '" any claims and di manda
    which you may have ajtalnst the --
    ;',',;'. ,,t-'"';" v KRECKEL formerly
    Rl'TH \ HAOAN. deceased lal
    Had,- County, Fl
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    ' GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    CASE NO. 73-4824
    NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
    IN RE: THE MARRIAGE of
    , JOSEPH FERNANDEZ
    Husband
    and
    PATRICIA FERNANDEZ
    Wife
    TO: PATRICIA FERNANDEZ
    1250 White Plaint Road
    Kronx. New York
    vor. Patricia FERNANDEZ, are
    hereby notified that an action for Dla-
    solutlon of Marrlaire has been filed
    aaralnat you and you are required t,
    serve a copy of your written defi i -.
    if any. to it on AHTHtlt s. DAVIS
    Attorney for Petitioner M-110 Bls-
    cayne rtuildlne. Hi Weal Flaaler Street
    ; Florida MIS", and file the orialnal
    with ihe clerk of the abovi styled
    art. on or before April 6 1973
    erwtse a default will be entered
    u for the relief demanded
    not i.
    .Ida. to ihe Circuit
    ' of Dade Count? at .1 fll, the Wtalnat .
    J* ?uol nti and .........:. |n In the Complaint or Petition
    ,'" ,' '' Florida Statutes. In ">" Notice shall be published i
    '" '' ; Ihe county Court- each week for four conserutlv
    P Dndi County, Florida with- '" THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
    in -iv calendar months from the urn. WITNESS my hand and
    '"at publication hereof, or the "> " -' I"- ban d dav of February I97S
    , ,i; ''' M rlda. this "7
    Ua Fi I in..i y, \ i,
    \ .i: MEREDITH SI'LLTVAN
    \ n E .. a r .
    i- ">' nuhlii ation of ihh
    Ihi .'i d dav of March 1973
    M r> V BENNETT
    Attornev for Bxecutrlx
    117- v e 125th Street
    IS Miami. Florid;,
    '< if.""
    NOTICE UNDERVlCTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OI\ EN thai
    thi underslarned, dealrln* to ena
    - ui i thi fli -i Inus name of
    RIVIERA TOWERS ("ONDOMINH'M
    at Suite 702. 3O0 S Dadeland Boule-
    vard, Miami. Fla Intends to
    Mid name with the Cl.rl- of ih
    Courl of Dade Counti Florida
    imiKKA ASSOCIATES (.TO
    ,i :'-:-16-23
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY!
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-4256
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN III-7 M \ RRIAI IF. I IF
    JANICE MA RINO,
    and
    JOSEPH M KRINO
    Tl i: .1" ISEPH M \ RINI I
    '-; 3aratoirn Stt
    Eaal Bi ston \ln -- husi
    ViH" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    ulloi nf Mar-
    rlaae ha '..... filed aaralnsl vou
    you are required to serve a ropv ^f
    your vrltti n defcni s, if any.
    M W P BNOE1 atl n r Pel
    in hose addresi Is 1461 N W 17th
    \venue, Miami Florida, and file Ihe
    oririn.il with the i l, i or the above
    Ivled court on or ho',,,-,. Anrll 6th.,
    ' ~" r II rv w i default n ill I
    ti r< d an you for 'hi- relli de.
    minded In tl imnlalnt or netltlon
    This : oi,, ,. ^all I.. nuhlished once
    h o ,, i u r f< .in- ,.......rir : ve wi ks
    h "i 11- FW1SH Fl ORIP1 > v
    WITNESS mv i and nnd the sen]
    of -aid i....... it Ml m Florida nn this
    ?! dav of I.-.-1,,-,, ,iv 1973
    RICH VRD P BRINKER.
    n ( i u" Courl
    Dad i io It i"
    i i i- SHEA
    v n only Cli
    I
    "
    nuiitc ue ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SEMVICE
    (NO PHOPERTSi
    in the circuit colrt of the
    elevunth judicial cimcuit
    OF FLOillDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-4348
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    is RE
    -Sli-lli ILAS .1 NAGLIERI, JR..
    Husband
    KARENA \ VGUERI, Wife
    TO: KARENA NAGLIERI
    1223 H \\ ay
    Baltimore, Maryland
    Yi'l' \i:i-: HEREBY NOTIFIED'
    that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
    rlaxe has been filed axninat you and
    required to serve a i opj of
    your written d.f, naes, it any, to it
    on DAVID K. STONE, attorney for
    Petitioner, whose address i.- i"i N \\
    12th Avenue, .Miami. Florida, and file
    the original with the clerk of the
    above styled court on o before April
    4 l73: otherwise a default will be en-
    tered auainst you for th>- relief de-
    manded in th,- complaint or petition
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and th.- seal of
    said court at Miami. Florida on this
    L'l dav of Feb 11173.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    Ah Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    By It M. KIS8EE
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Clrcull couri Seal)
    DAVID E. STONE. ESQ.
    BTIINE \- SOSTCHIN P \
    mi N w. 12th Avenue
    Miami. Florida 33123
    Attorney for Petitioner
    3 l'-!i-in-23
    1E641 NOTICE
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    No. 73-1138
    in RE:: Batata of
    EVA HKiiU N.
    i ?.-, eased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditor* and All P< raoi ii iv-
    Ins Claims or Demands AMrnal Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and required
    to present aJis claims and demands
    winch you mas have asuinst thi- es-
    tate of EVA BROWN, deceased late
    ,.f Dade County, Fl.....la, to the cir-
    cuit Judges of Dade County, and file
    iio same In duplicate and as pro-
    vided in Section 733 Hi. Florida Stat-
    utes, in their offices in the County
    Courthouse In Dade Counts', Florida,
    within six calendar months from the
    time of the fust publication hereof or
    ill,, same will be barred
    Dated at Miami, Florida, this u'lsl
    day of February. A D, 1973.
    ANNETTE BROWN GODWIN
    ItlTM IS GORDON
    A. JAY CRISTOL
    As Executors
    First publication of this notice oni
    the 2nd dav of March. 1973.
    A JAY CRISTOL
    Attorney for Executors
    21 Northeast First Avenue
    Miami. Florida 33131
    3 '2-II-1R-23
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO. 73-173
    in RE: Estate of
    RITH A.MICON
    i i,. eased,
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing claims or Demands Aaralnsl Bald
    Estati
    *i, an rehy notified and renutn
    to present anj claims nnd demands
    which you i airalnst thi
    tat.- of Rl'TH AMRON deceased late
    ,.. i ig I, r. ui tj i" Ida 'o the Cir-
    cuit Judges nf I lade Countv. 'lid file
    the name nd as pro-
    vided In Sect
    Ules, in till In the '' .....
    . 'ourthousi ii I' nle "i unl > I
    within i ptiilar n froi
    Ime of the fli I nuh atlot
    the s mi. ill I barred
    Florida, thin 20 tins
    1 of Fehruur) ID
    '
    F \'n kbaum
    As Ej
    First publ this ni
    thi 2nd day I M u 1973
    Henry Not
    I Attornev for I" -
    ' II !:[..:" Hi Bll
    ! Miami. Florida
    I 16-23
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHS
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NUMBER 73-1386
    (Formerly County Judges Court)
    in RB: Estate ol
    SADIE l.l'IIKU..
    I i.i a.-eil.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To Ml Creditors and All Pet u H -
    me i 'aims Di mands Altai
    ' You are hereby notified and required
    to ine.-int ** wiiiisr del
    which you may have against the es-
    tate of SADIE LI'BELl -*
    lal, of pad,- Countv-. Florida to ltv>
    circuit Judges of Dade < unl) '
    file th, same in duplicate and as pro-
    vided in Section 733 16. Florida Stat-
    ute m tl .ir offices In the I it
    Courthouse in Dad. County, Florida,
    within sis calendar months from the
    time of the first publication I
    or the same will be barred.
    Hated at Miami Florida, thi! 6 day
    of March A D l78
    IRVING LI'BELL
    As Executor
    First publication of this notice on
    the !
    SIMON. MAYS GRITNDWERO
    Attorney for Executor
    608 Alnslev Building
    Miami, Florida 3313, ,...,
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-6256
    in RE: Estate (
    HERMAN 1. SHAW
    1 lei i as.d.
    NOTICE OF PROBATE
    THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
    TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
    THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT
    Vou are hereb} notified that a writ-
    ten Instrument pu/porting to be the
    last w ii! and l mi nl of said d- > l-
    . m has l" en admitted In said
    -,,.,, are hereb' i nmmandi d v
    -ix calen i. ii nan. ns fri in thi
    ..f ili, first publ i itlon of this
    to appi n n said < 'out' and '
    . an-. if ms you enn, whs the ae-
    ; ... ; tdmfttlna '
    win io pi.i uld not si
    I RANK B D>V LING
    RU'll VRD P BRI.N
    Cl.rk
    GISSEN .:- VATI1 V -
    NELSON .. FEI.DMAN P
    , I. eC ui
    I'.av Hathoi
    First nu fll
    . .. .
    :: 9
    IN THE CIRCUIT CUUrtT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA
    CASE NO. 73 4592
    GENERAL JURISDICTION D'VISION
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    ALBERT S rEI'HEN OPOLKA,
    Hush
    and
    DERRA 1 \ iN KA.
    V
    \i >V DEBR \ 1 VI i.NNE OP
    R, sldi in I'nknown, i ..
    f S nut ., Wer I Din
    a
    m husband GEORGE
    Nl 'HO| ',.- 612 N W 12th \ n
    Miami Florida
    out ......'
    Von! 2, l!7 he I "-"''i i
    ion of Marrinjte "ill I" confessed bi
    \ u
    11 VTED: Fi h : S 197 '
    RICH VRD P BRINKER '
    bs D. Cl l:i;Y DC
    1-9-16
    NOTICE UNDER F'CTITIO^S
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN '
    t., und
    ,1 H. i ,;
    PI |,i \TRIC PROFESSH ''.' S
    ' 'IATES P A. at 70"1 :
    ti r '
    Ih, Cl of ii .. ._
    I. t of Dade Counl Ftorli
    DBS STEMERS BHOV
    I \7 VRl'H "
    PR( iFKSSIl INAI \ -Si '
    . /. mel, Ro kin i I
    PA
    -. ,,.
    " iml
    -

    if
    - .
    .
    on this
    'T:i
    RICH VRD P BRINKER
    ai I 'lerk, I "In uli 'our.
    I lade 'ountv I !ourthou i
    Dadi Counts Floi
    Bs c I' i'. IPEI AND
    : _. Denutv Clerk
    " Ircull Courl Seal)
    ;__________________ t/2-9-16-28
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    Ni.Tlci- is HEREBY GIVEN that
    , [he ii lersi .i d,........
    'I leeo... ,,, ,l,.r ,),.. f.... I.i,,,,-, .,,..
    oi P|i ivi'KI! Ai'.' RTMENT8 at i -i .-
    N I-: 6th Avenue, North Miami Flnr.
    oi.-i intend to realotei said tm* with
    'IH- I l.t-e
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    nee lhN',',TV''' ,S ,mi:i:i:i:v GIVEN that
    I the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    I'!,".",,",\.l""|,,r' "" fictitious nat
    I AI..MI s ASSOCl VTB8 at 1497 North
    ... weal ,ih street. Miami. Florida 33125
    ' intend to reglsti r said nan., with the
    i lerk of the Circuit C*iurt of Dad,
    i ounn, Florida.
    1497
    'lorlda,
    Sheldon r: Paney
    N W, 7th sire.t. Miami, Fla
    Jack Munach
    ah \i Spv,'";l'l,ll"il'liti>--. Miami Fla.
    Mnidon h Pallev
    iV,-'rJ';V- r"r r',,rn"" Associates
    ti', N.w ,ih Street, Miami. Fla
    _____ 1-16-23
    IN THE CIRCUIT JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 73-1583
    GEORGE E. SCHULZ
    In RE: Estate of
    MOLL7E LEVY
    Dei ased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All persons Hav-
    ing claim.- or Demands Against Said
    Bi tati
    Yon are hen bs notified and required
    m present ans claims ami demandi
    which you may have against the es-
    tate of mi,ii.ii.; | EvY deceased lat<
    of Had, County, Florida to the Cir-
    cuit .IiiiIl-, o. pade County, and file
    'he same in duplicate and as pro.
    ' '''' I" Sei lion 733 16. Florida stat-
    utes. In tl,,,, offices in the County
    Courthouse in Had. County Florida
    "'"'"",Vu ';lendar months from t.'
    time of ,h flrM uMi,..,,,,, ,.,.,., (
    th< sam. h in i. barn d
    ,,. ''";'' ", Miami, Florida, this
    das 01 Mai. Ii. A Ii I97J
    I KNi ire SIEGEL
    Jll.i.w SIEOEL
    V Executors
    First publication nf thii
    'he 23 dnv of March. 1973
    JOSEPH SCHMIER
    Attornes foi Ei late
    Lincoln i:.,. i .- ,
    lliaml Beai I F
    19

    register
    Circuit
    ... Ciert of the Circuit Courl of Dad,
    (ounty. Florida
    ""iiM ', Davit
    Carol Ann Davis
    tto-nev:
    Ronald I. Davit, In Persona
    3 16-23 I |
    NOTICE UNDER FI^TITIOUo
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
    '"."'"'i-"-'.....I, desiring to engage in
    '";!;';^ "V'-r Hi- fictitious naine .,',
    .Miami. Ha intends to realstet
    name with thi Clerk ol ft, Clrrall
    Cur. of Dade Countv. Florida
    , I'EN A 1. MAYS
    Miriam Beckerman
    \ tornev for applicant
    j 1S9.-, S.W. 3rd A.enue, Miami. Fla
    I/2-9-I6 |]
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERViCE
    iNO PROPKRTV)
    N THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH aUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLOMIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    C'VIL ACTION NO. 73
    ACTION FOR DISSOLLT ION
    OF MARRIAGE
    General Jur.sd.U.on Division
    IN RE Marri .
    , : IKMKI,.
    ,. .
    and
    JEAN MARK TI'RMEI*
    HuhI......I
    Tl : JEAN y. VRK Tl RM EL
    Di La i:.....Io
    l.'ll. he, 3
    '.'.lei.,-, Canada
    YiiC ARE HEREBY SOTIF
    that an ai lion for Dlssolutioi ,]
    i lagi has he. ii filed against at (
    sou an n qulri d to servi r \ ..
    your written (It fei -... ,f ,,v. ,
    ' ROMEO .1 BHEPARD, JR n-
    iiey for Petitioner, whose Idn Is
    Ml I ItJ Nat onal Rank HldK iS W.
    Flagler Miami, Florida 33136
    'h- original with th. clerk of (he
    V,.'"V.'-:.ul'"! ''"url "" '"' *>ntori \
    I*. 1973: otherwise a default will he
    'Mere,! aua111st you for the r< lief I -
    manded in ti.....omplalnl or petition
    Hits notice shall h,. published on -
    ,,X1. f"r f"ur consHcutiv,- We.
    in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDI VN
    WITNESS mj hand and "-. ,1
    said court at Miami Florida
    ' dav ol Mar. h, 1973
    RICHARD P BRINKER,
    As Clerk, Clrcull I "our!
    i lade Counts Flo
    Bs B .1 Fliv
    As Deputy Clerk
    ii ? i Se ill
    I SI rd, Jr
    "1. Bid*.
    Miami, fi,,,.
    ' >
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    Icy. March 23, 1973
    vJenisti Fhridlfan
    Page 11-C
    ItCAl NOTICt
    notice of action
    [constructive service
    (no property)
    the Circuit court of the
    venth judicial circuit
    ;f FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    MVfL ACTION NO. 73-5184
    1TION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    LfGAl NOTICt
    LCCAl NOTICt
    MAKRIA'iK OP JACOB 'I
    IrUIAXD.
    land
    3) THBIS. WIFE.
    SADIE TL'BIS
    o s. .1. Ti IUHETZKY
    Dnvton Road
    3 11. Sew Jersey 08817
    aim: hereby
    BI8.
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    PROBATE DIVISION No. 73-1399
    FRANK B. DOWLING
    In UK: hMulp of
    F.MITH WF.IS.S
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Parsons Hav-
    ing Claims >>r Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and reoulred
    in present any claims and demands
    which you may have against thi' pa-
    late of f.dith wetss deceased late
    >f Dade County, Florida, to the Clr- hereby
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA DADE COUNTY
    General Jurisdiction Division
    CASE NO. 73-5128
    NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
    PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN" ItE: THE MARRIAUE UP
    WILLIAM BETHEL.
    Hoaba ml -Petitioner
    and
    CILOHIA K. BETHEL.
    Wife-Respondent
    TO: i:i. 16 PADMORE DRIVE
    KINCSTON. JAMAICA
    TOD. tiUSRIA K. BETHKI., are
    Obituaries

    notified Ihat
    Petition
    Labor Zionist Leader
    Solomon Shapiro Dies
    Solomon Shapiro, noted Amer-
    ican Jewish educator, died last
    BRAUNSTEIN. I...ui.- 88. of MB.
    New num.
    dessauer. Hasel Kaufman. 77. of
    _v.Mli. Riverside. Interment Alt
    N'ebo.
    fishbein. David, 71. 13680 KB 3rd
    Ci.. NMD. Itlverside. Interment Ml.
    N
    week in New York after a short gauthier. Uicllle, 88. ol MB.
    0 NE 11'I st
    illness. He was 84. Mr. Shapiro oMlNcfiftl. Joai
    who.-.- address la I." Lincoln, time of the first publication hereof,
    Miami Beach. Florida 38139. or the same will be barred.
    : the original with the elerkl Dated at .Miami. Florida, this Sth
    above styled muri on or be-, day of March, AD. IMS.
    PA.. 117 Blscayne itulMinu. 10
    one of the founders of the
    Folk Schools of the Labor
    Movement more than 60
    years ;._o and was instrumental in
    w. introducing many programmatic
    i;i. II
    St.. NMB. Blasbenc.
    macey, Louis. -.:.. wist Nort mac
    Av, MB. Riverside.
    Michaels. Helen. 88, 1500 Bay Rl.
    MB. Riverside,
    PARCH. Murra) I.. <'. of Hollywood.
    Levitt.
    'nril nth. 1073; otherwise a dr-
    ill be entered against you for
    trli- f demanded in the ...niiiliiiiit
    Bnrnice Drelfuss
    As Executrix
    First publication of this nolle
    the 16 day of March, i!'7::
    notice shall be published one*- SNYDER. Tot'NO. STERN.*
    h ,-k for four consecutive weeks! T\N\K.\'r.AI'M
    te JEWISH fi.orihian. Harvey s LanRbrnr, of Counsel
    rKEBS my hand and the seal of Attorney for Executrix
    uit at Miami. Florida on 'his 1709 N.K. 11.1th Street
    March, i:>7:'..
    RICHARD I' BRINKER
    As Clerk, I 'Ircull Court
    I'.v I. SNEEDEN
    A Deputy Clerk
    fouri Seal)
    Starr
    ' i ..In Road
    Beat-h. Florida 33139
    fi.r Petitioner
    ......
    :tice under fictitious
    NAME LAW
    iICK IS HEREBY fllVEN that
    li rslarned, di slrlna to eiiRnai In
    - under tin fictitious name of
    ENTERPRISES nl 021 N K
    Rlri et, North Miami Beach, Pis
    ;,, register said name with thi [
    i the Circuit
    Florldn
    North .Miami Beach. Florida
    3/16-33-30 I A
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-4680
    PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    i v RE: the marriage "i
    PATRICIA ANNE BEEK
    and
    H \\.\Y I.KE BEEK
    ' To: DANNY LEE BEEK
    .in i lak Brook Drive No 3
    Wilhnmsv ill-. New York
    Piairh-r Street. .Miami. Florida 38130, changes and progressive features '"NSKY. Mary. 70. of MB. River
    Phone: 378-2861. ami file tlu- original ... side
    Answer or Pleading In the off.......f the| lnt0 <"' Jewish educational sys- silverstein. irvln. 75, of mi:
    tern in this country.
    Abraham Slabot, 63, Retired
    flerk of the Circuit fourt on .r before] tern in this country.
    the 12 day Of Anril. IMS. If you fail|
    to do so. .judgment h> d.-fault will be
    entered against you for the relief de-
    manded In the Petition for Dissolu-
    tion of Marriage.
    THIS NOTICE shall be published
    once each week for four (li consecu-
    tive weeks in THE JEWISH FI.OR-
    IDIAN. and publisher of Ihe Jewish Ledger.
    DONE AND ORDERED nl Miami.1
    Florida, this 1 day of March, 1973
    RH'HARD P. BRINKER Clerk
    Circuit Court
    Had.- County. Florida
    Bv: C P. Pfil am -
    11. mil \ Clerk
    (Circuit "int Seal i
    :: fi-lfi 23 80
    Editor Of Jewish Ledger
    Abraham Slabot. retired editor
    died Feb. 22 in New Orleans, where
    be made his home. He was 63.
    in the circuit coukt of the
    eleventh judicial circuit
    in and for
    dade county. florida
    general jurisdiction division
    Case No. 73-6415
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN ItE: PKTITK >N >F
    Court of Dad. j Y,,{: T J^Mr" n, itifie, Zft^F&X^'"^"*
    SYLVIA DIAMOND____ SK^'tan" K^nuS^nd1 con,- '" WUJJ" li,'h'""" KK,TH
    _______ _J "'" me.....li 111 this t-ourt and you ari re-
    luir.-d tn serve a copy of your written
    ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .defenses, if any. to it on Joseph
    NAME LAW | St'HMIER, Esquire, attorney for Poll-
    i: IS HEREBY fllVEN that Honer, whose address Is 60.-1 Lincoln
    Klvcrsldi
    stander. Samuel .1 83. 1300 Bay
    It.I. .Mi: Itlverside
    WILLIAMS. Bertha. M>. of Miami.
    "lord..n. Interment Star ..f David.
    ABRAMS. Ann.-. 61, 27681 8\V 146th
    Ay,-. Naranja, flordon. Interment
    Star of Davkl
    CRiEGER. Charles, 7.".. 74^" Ocean
    Terr MB. Blasbenc.
    FRAITAG. Ilelijuniln, 7". 2861 I ..n-
    .11.1 III- X Miami Hlasllerg.
    , RICE, Han-. 73, of MB, Itlverside.
    I Interment ML Sinai.
    Mr, Slabot edited the English- SAKS. Yetta. 83. of MB, Newman.
    Jewish publication for many years S^ER,\.,,,!!:''''> ":;' "' ""'""
    and had served as president of the, st. clair. rtconrc, 74, tj" Collins
    i American Association of English- w^theIm.'M^'iv m. 1.-..-.1 nk
    Uesldence L'nkuowi
    Yt>C are hereby i
    (.......is have filed a petition in thi
    above styled Court for Ihe adoption
    of the minor dnlil ERNESTINE
    Jewish Newspapers. He was also
    .1 past president of the New Or-
    leans Communal Hebrew School,
    CARDINAL. Aldus, 7K, of.MII. New-
    mn a
    CMulJAKOWSKV. Anna. 71, I Null
    San Souci Blvd. Rlasbei -
    CONVISER. Plnrla. K4. :" Bav I >r
    MB. BlasberK.
    ' DAN e. Esther S 60. of MB Gordon
    FRIED. Henry, Hi, of MB, Itlverside
    PAUL, Henry, ", S101 S.W. "2nd
    Ave il..id..11 Interment Mi Win.
    rtCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    TTfE is HEREBY (llVEN that
    H|D>iir Ifiii-d. desiring In cllgllge 111
    usim under the fictitious name of
    Ixrn.Mi: tax i'.ai:i-f.i.i at -:-.'" s.w.
    Btri-et. .Miami. Fla. Intends In rejt-
    . .1 name Itll the Clerk "f the
    Court ..f Pad.- County Florida.
    PETEB V\U< El l '
    :-, 2 0-16-28
    By I. SNEEDEN
    As 11. puts I : i!.
    ii 'Ircull urt Seal i
    .11 ISEI'H Sl'HMIER
    i:r. Lincoln Road
    Miami Beach. Florida
    Attorney f.n Petitioner
    " I6-S8
    ailoptlon.
    \\ ITNESS my hand and seal .a sold
    Court nl Miami. Florida this IS das
    ..I March. 1878
    KICHAliD P. BRINKER
    t'I.ERK. CIRI III" iiilItT
    Bj i" P. cc ii-i:a.\'|i
    lii-nuiy Clerk
    :: j::-:... I 6-13
    NOTICI UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY tJIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring .> enffaffe In
    business uniler the fl<-tltlous name of
    I K tt R CPHOLSTERY & SKAT COV-
    ERS ji 5243 S.W. mIi Street Miami.
    I Flu intend to rea*ister said name
    with Ihe i'l-ilc ..f ihe Circuit Court of
    I lad, i 'ounty, Florida.
    KAI'T. D PI >RTES
    RAMON ESTRADA
    2-0-16-2!
    THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    NO. 73-2660
    |E
    bi i\' HP
    FUEY JOSEPH MINT/.
    iLPHHD P, NESBITT
    NOTICE TO ADOPT
    [i; I.HKItT MINTS!
    i. mbard, Illinois
    . d
    LM. OTHER PERSONS
    Petition of ALPKED F Ni:s
    p. adopt JEPPREY JOSEPH
    ': / has been filed in this cause.
    |. iiii..n will be presented t.. tin-,
    , ,,, the II......i ild. flRAiy* ( PHILIP M.AI 8
    rRAWPIIKD In his Chambers hi "'"'i~irt m rpeniTn
    Counts Courthouse .... *!' To A|| tvTdft
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-6510
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: THE MARRIAGE I >P
    _ I DANIEL SCHOKNPELD
    Id
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE |,OKOTHY 8C1IOBNFEI.D
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ;.,.,,
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION v
    PROBATE NO. 73-1159
    JOHN R. BLANTON
    In RE: Esta.....(
    I a da ITHV SCHt lENPELI I
    2H Davis Itoad
    Lakcwood, New Jersey
    il ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED faRBER. I'ani. 7
    GERBER. II.
    River ilde
    GREENBERG, Samuel, 80, nl Mil.
    Riverside.
    KEER. Irvlna-. ::. 2380 Flamimco Dr..
    MB. Blasbenr.
    KESNER, Al, 7ii. Of ll..Ill i......I.
    Levitt,
    kirson. Abraham Manuel, of nan
    Pi nnsylvanla Ave MB I evltl
    lancet. Dr. Benjamin M.. 71. of
    Hollywood. Riverside.
    NEGRIN. Anna. 78. 7.10 Ocean Dr.,
    MB. Mashers:.
    NEWMAN. Joseph, 88. "< MB. flordon
    PIS'K. David, 71. ..I MB. Ulasbers
    ROBERTS. Prank I.. 76, 1027." '.'Ilins
    ^, 1.1- pi,, i.i.
    ROVINSKY. Abraham, i860 Collins
    Ave.. MB. Levitt.
    SCHULTZ. I.eah. 81. of N .Miami
    Riverside Interment .Mi Nebo.
    WE'SSMAN. Ahrnhum, 7::. ISO-" NE
    t7lh < Rlversldi
    WILENSIK. Fred K 77. I!..... s\\
    s"e,i p|Hce. flonlim. Interment Ml
    Nebo.
    DUXNER. Sol, 7". ,1 llallandnle
    tlversld
    167th Si Levitt
    WOLFSON. S...... )-. of Miami Cordon
    COHEN. Samuel, KS, II t'ollllis AVI
    MB Hla-liers
    FREEMAN. Israel -.. ..i Mil New-
    man.
    GOTTLIEB. H.l.ii C ..I Ml: Rirer-
    k<\sse. Rhoda -. isii Norm.....ly
    l>r Ml! RBerslde
    LFPKOKFER. Helen : 64. MB
    Riverside. Interment ML Sinai.
    LEVENTHAL. Samml. 7s. IIHW Mar-
    seille Dr Mi: Riverside
    LIGHT, r. Iln, 82. 106...... a" Mr .
    Ml: l-.lasl.. ic.
    shore. Sylvia, 30, of Miami River-
    side Inlermt-iit Star of Dai Id
    SOLOMON. Hani. R3, of MB Rlver-
    sldi
    cohfn. Samuel. M, .a MB Blasbenr
    finkelstein. Vhraham, 76, ol
    NMB Blosbera
    KORNFELD. Jnck, 73. 1111 NE ls::rd
    SI NMI: I -v hi
    LEE. fSeorac. 71. till Cidllns Av .
    MB I'.la iierti
    LEFFER. Morris M i, nl Ml:.
    Riverside
    MONDROS. Joi-oh, -7 of Hollyw.....I
    Rlversldi Interment Ml Sinai
    PAISNER. David. "... 1.11 NE 52nd
    St. Rlvi rslde
    j SKOR. Hose, s-'. 1842 Drexel \v. .
    Ml: Riverside.
    WEIL. Sylvia, I4M8 S Bas'shore Mr.
    Itiy. rslde
    I MB RWersId
    thai an action for Dissolution ..I Mar FRANKLIN. Bessie. 85, 1736 Lenox
    lias-.- ha- been filed attains! you and Ave, MB. Riverside
    v..u an- i.-nuiied lo seive a .....v ..i GlasSER. Abrnbain i ah. .-. .4l
    iur written defense! K any, m II BW ISTHi Ave Oordon. Interment
    ..n JOSEPH si IIMl EK. attorney foi Ml, Sinai...... ,..,.,
    Petitioner, whose address Is 6; Lin- GOODMAN. It.llti 15.. ol NMB
    ...In Road, Suit.- 2o6, Miami Reach.
    1.1,
    11
    . .. ,.. 1,.......s and All Persons Hav-
    e Is herebs- Riven tn all Ihos. Ina Claims or I1.1na11.ls Against Said, |..lorlda 33130. and file the oriRlnal with GROGER. Mav.
    . ,1 ... n.,1.1 ,......Ilpirs of Ha 1 Estate: .,,., Ihe clerk of Ihe above styled i-ourl on .....'"_______
    artVmtlon You are herebj notified and reoiured ,.,. u,(v, Ari\ s ,;-;:: oth..is. a ----------------------
    TT ROTH '" W*aenl ans I'lalmt and demand* ,i,.fu|t will bo entered against you foi
    \ for tii'i'l'li F SICBBITT 1 which you may have nROinsl the es- ,, r--ll-C demanded In Ihi i-omn
    iM.ln Roiid ..,., ..r riulm Kraus deceased late of | r IM>tii|on.
    1771 Will
    nn Hi mil. Florida I
    11 iblisheil four i-onsi cutivi v> 1 as
    ,. 1-I1 Florldlan.
    :; :-16-23 30
    Dade 'ounl >. Florida, lo Ihe t'ln uil .
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    {NO PROPERTY)
    THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    [LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    Cc FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO 73-6398
    ,4EPAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    RE
    Mi rrlain- ,
    IERT IA.M ES u I'BKBR bu
    i:.v RI'TH WI'HK BR
    HEI.HA 111 TH u CBKER
    This notice shall In. published onct
    Judges of Dade County, and file iln-1 ,.;,,.|, u,..|< for four ciiiisecullve iv.-nks
    same in dunlleate and as nmvlded I'M |n THE JEWISH Fl.oRIDIAN.
    Section 733 16, Florldn Statute* In their WITNESS mv hum) and H.....I
    offices In iln- County Courthouse '"I,,, ,.,,,1 i-ourl .11 Miami, Plorld..... tills
    Dade Counts'. Florldn, n-lthln ^iv ral- |(i ,|, ,,, March, 1073
    adar months from Ihe lime -.f Ihe
    flrsl publii s on hi 1 eof, or Ihe same
    v> ill be barred.
    Piled at Miami. PI01 Ida il 1- 22nd
    das of !' hmars v M 1073.
    i:\ V R VPKE
    Barm 11 Bank of Miami III nc li, N A
    Mv : Robei t II Snllman
    \- 1:\,. uiors
    First nubllcatlon of this noil...... th.
    '. I dai nl "t irc-h. 1073
    I'll II \ l:| 1 .v- 1 IRI .s<
    \i lornev k for Rxectll 1 ir*
    I.I i-oll R01 d, Miami Be n h. Fin.
    :: 2
    RICH VRD I' BRINKER.
    As 1 'lerk. 1 "Il eult 'out 1
    I lade <'nun11 Florida
    Us 1 p 1 iPBI VND
    As I 1. not v 1 ierk
    tCli'i-ull 1 '..nil Seal 1
    Ji ISI _''11 SCH.MIEI1 Esuuil
    ilii.l 1 in. obi Itond, Suil 1
    Miami Hi 11 I Florida 33139
    xttoruev for Pel illiini 1
    1
    GELB
    MONUMENTS INC.
    Open very Doy Closed Sabbath
    140 SW 57h Ave. MO 1-8583
    ' Monument Dealer
    1 Main Sin 1

    Yuuhank. N- York llljwi......... I
    in ARE HEREBY NOTIP 1KB
    in action for Dissolution of Mar-
    lins .....11 filed against v..11 and
    .... required lo nerve B copy '
    v\ iii i.-ii defenses,
    nberi 11 Burns. Ks
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF f LORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO. 73-1591
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    din
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION 111 Rfc Estate nl
    No. 73-6691 VVII.I I V.\l -' HANFORD
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I deceased,
    if I,, Re The Mnrrlagi Of: NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    i any. t-. UANCEL DE JESCS QI'INTO, To All Creditors 1..... All Perstins Hav-
    ulre. attorney Husband and MART JEAN l"> claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
    I', ti hit vvln.se address i- 120 DCINTO. VVIfi Estate:
    id 1 I suit.' I"'" Miami Beach. TO: MARY JEAN QI'INTO V"" ore hereby notified and i-etiuired
    .In and file the original with ihe 224 Fulrfield Avenue "' present ans Halms and demands
    V.V iii -.1 v.- stvi.d curi on or Battle Creek. Michigan which v.,11 ma) Lav. agulnsi ihe es-
    -, v,'il '^ "7: le"yise a de- Yi.c ARE HEREBY notlfleil ll.al .. tale nl WILLIAM C. HANFORD
    win he enured agalnsl you foi PetlUon tor Blssolutlon Of Marring, leased UUe of Dude Counts'. H..n. a.
    r.ii f dm, mil In the comnlalnl has been filed agalnsl you. and you 10 the Clrcull Judges ol Dado Counts
    Iflilm are hereby required to serve n copy and file Ihe same in duplicate and as
    "it .. sie.ii 1... nubllahed an e of your answer or other pleading t.. provided in Section 133.16. hlorlda
    1 r f.lni- nonsecutlve weeks the Petition on the Husband's utter- Statutes, in Ihelr offices In Ihe 1 nun Is
    I' 1F\\ sii FlV. tlMIVN. ney. LESTER ROOERS, whose ad- Courthouse In Mad- County. Florida,
    rVsESS mv 1.and and il..- seal of dr.ss is: I C.I NU. 17th Avenue. Mi -. itliin sK calendar months from li.
    riorlda ..n this IS ami. Florkla S3I2S and file th.....|g|- lime ..1 Ihe flrsl publication hereof, or
    nal with th. Clerk ..1 the nlsive styli I1 the same will he barreil
    1 court, on ..r before this 25th day Filed at Miami. Florida, this
    1 Anril. 1078. or a M. fault will 1.....11-
    tered agalnsl you.
    i>\TF.|i this linh day of March.
    1878.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    Clerk of the Clrcull Courl
    By: N. A HBWETT
    Denuty Clerk
    tt'ir. uil 1 '..urt Seal 1
    :: SS-jn I 1.-I"
    Palmer's
    Miami Monument Compai./
    3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miumi
    444-0921 444-0922
    Closed On The Sobbc th
    Personalized Memorials Custtm
    Crafted In Our Own Workshop.
    \JilemoTW Cnapel
    "JEWISH tVSi : "OIS'
    10CAI AMD OUT or STATE
    ARHAM'.I Ml NTS
    947-2790
    1338S W Dlif IHVV N M.
    "urt al Miami.
    ..1 March. 1873,
    RICHARD P. BRINKER,
    v- Clerk. Clrcull <'ourl
    Dade County. Florida
    By 1 BNEEDEN
    As Deputy 1'lerk
    |6ju-culi Court Seah
    ROHERT H. lltltNS
    . ..In Rd.
    Mhlnn It.a.h. Fla
    AHorm-v for Petitioner
    3 28-80 I 6-13
    of March. A n. 107
    I.ENORE AM BN II VNPORD
    As Bxeculrlx
    Flrsl publication of this notice 1
    th. ":: .lav ..f March. t"7::
    1: v xti'l: a FRIEDM VN
    Attorney tor BSatate
    i<7". N.K I68rd St...!
    etorth Miami ......'. Klorldj, m ( ttt
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    SIIVlNG All H 1TATII
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    Fl'NF.KAI. HOMES, INC.
    DIRECTORS
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    HOLLIS. L I 188-11 HILLSIDE AVE.
    BROOKLYN 1283 CONEY ISLAND AVE
    212/776-8100
    MIAMI FLA 13385 W DIXIE HWY.
    Represented by Sonny Levitt
    305/947-1185
    Chapels available in all
    ' communities in New York and
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    Isaacsons live life to the brim. And
    love every minute of it. Like having
    breakfast on their balcony and
    watching the boats glide past on
    New River. And the companionship
    of neighbors who've made them
    feel at home here. They like the
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    the Isaacsons.
    security of living on an island.
    With only one entrance guarded by
    a manned gatehouse 24-hours a
    day. They like being close to
    downtown Fort Lauderdale (just
    five minutes away). And Miami is
    only a 30 minute drive via 1-95.
    with the Davie Boulevard
    Interchange just 5 blocks to the
    west. With all that convenience
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    they live in a lovely residential area.
    Out of the shadows of tall buildings
    and away from the crowds and the
    traffic. You can move up to River
    Reach for as little as $27,700.
    Come on. Grab a little gusto. Get
    it together with the now people at
    River Reach. If you don't believe
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    — l. m has l" en admitted In said -,,.,, are hereb' i nmmandi d v -ix calen i. ii nan. ns fri in thi ..f ili, first publ i itlon of this to appi n n said < 'out' and an-. if ms you enn, whs the ae; • ... %  %  ; • tdmfttlna win io pi.i uld not si I RANK B D>V LING RU'll VRD P BRI.N Cl.rk GISSEN .:VATI1 V NELSON .. FEI.DMAN P I. eC ui I'.av Hathoi First nu fll .. :: 9 IN THE CIRCUIT CUUrtT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA CASE NO. 73 4592 GENERAL JURISDICTION D'VISION NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ALBERT S rEI'HEN OPOLKA, Hush and DERRA 1 \ % %  iN KA. V \i >V DEBR \ 1 VI i.NNE OP R, sldi in I'nknown, • • %  i • .. f S nut ., Wer I Din • %  a m husband GEORGE Nl 'HO| ',.612 N W 12th \ n Miami Florida • out • %  Von! 2, l!7 he I "-"''i i •ion of Marrinjte "ill I" confessed bi \ u 11 VTED: Fi h : S 197 RICH VRD P BRINKER •' bs D. Cl l:i;Y DC %  1-9-16 NOTICE UNDER F'CTITIO^S NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN • t., und ,1 H. i •' ,; PI |,i \TRIC PROFESSH %  '•'.' S 'IATES P A. at 70"1 : • %  ti • r Ih, Cl of ii .. ._ •I. t of Dade Counl %  Ftorli DBS STEMERS BHOV I \7 VRl'H "• PR ( iFKSSIl INAI \ -Si •. /.• mel, Ro kin i I PA %  -. ,,. • • •--. Miami Fla. Mnidon H Pallev iV,-' r J';Vr r r ,,rn "" Associates ti', N.w ,ih Street, Miami. Fla 1-16-23 IN THE CIRCUIT JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 73-1583 GEORGE E. SCHULZ In RE: Estate of MOLL7E LEVY Dei • ased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All persons Having claim.or Demands Against Said Bi tati Yon a re hen bs notified and required m present ans claims ami demandi which you may have against the estate of MI, ii. II.; | E vY deceased lat< of Had, County, Florida to the Circuit .IIIIIL-, O. pade County, and file 'he same in duplicate and as pro. ''••'' I" Sei lion 733 16. Florida statutes. In tl,,,, offices in the County Courthouse in Had. County Florida "'"'"",Vu '; le ndar months from t„.' time of h „ flrM „ uMi ,..,,,,,„ ,„.,.,.„, ( th< sam. H in i„. barn d ,,. '' %  ";'' ", Miami, Florida, this das 01 Mai. Ii. A Ii I97J I KNi IRE SIEGEL Jll.i.w SIEOEL V Executors First publication nf thii 'he 23 dnv of March. 1973 JOSEPH SCHMIER Attornes foi Ei late • %  Lincoln i:.,. i ., lliaml Beai I F 19 register Circuit %  ... Ciert of the Circuit Courl of Dad, (ounty. Florida ""•iiM ', Davit Carol Ann Davis tto-nev: Ronald I. Davit, In Persona 3 16-23 I | NOTICE UNDER FI^TITIOUo NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that '"•."'"'• %  i-"-' I, desiring to engage in '";!;'; %  ^ "V'-r Hifictitious naine .,', .Miami. Ha intends to realstet name with thi Clerk ol ft, Clrrall Cur. of Dade Countv. Florida I 'EN A 1. MAYS Miriam Beckerman \ %  tornev for applicant j 1S9.-, S.W. 3rd A.enue, Miami. Fla I/2-9-I6 |] NOTICE OF ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERViCE iNO PROPKRTV) N THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH aUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOMIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. C'VIL ACTION NO. 73 ACTION FOR DISSOLLT ION OF MARRIAGE General Jur.sd.U.on Division IN RE Marri : IKMKI,. ,. and JEAN MARK TI'RMEI* HUHI I Tl %  : JEAN y. VRK Tl RM EL Di La i: Io l.'ll. he, 3 '.'.lei.,-, Canada YiiC ARE HEREBY SOTIF that an ai lion for Dlssolutioi • ,] i lagi has he. ii filed against •. at ( sou an n qulri d to servi R %  • \ .. %  your written (It fei -... ,f ,,„ v ROMEO .1 BHEPARD, JR niiey for Petitioner, whose Idn Is Ml I ItJ Nat onal Rank HldK iS W Flagler Miami, Florida 33136 'horiginal with th. clerk of (he V,.'"V.'-:. ul '"! ''" url "" '"' *>ntori \ I*. 1973: otherwise a default will he 'Mere,! aua111s t you for the r< lief I manded in ti omplalnl or petition Hits notice shall h,. published on ,£,X1. f r f ur consHcutiv,We. in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDI VN WITNESS mj hand and "-. ,1 • said court at Miami Florida %  dav ol Mar. h, 1973 RICHARD P BRINKER, As Clerk, Clrcull I "our! i lade Counts Flo Bs B .1 Fliv As Deputy Clerk %  II ? i Se ill I SI %  rd, Jr "1. Bid*. Miami, FI,,,. %  > ::-• | r, MOVING TO METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON OR BALTIMORE AREA? DO YOUR APARTMENT HUNTING The Free Easy Way (301)587-6614 OUICK. CONVENIENT NO-COST SOLUTION APARTMENT FINDERS



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    Icy. March 23, 1973 vJenisti Fhridlfan Page 11-C ItCAl NOTICt NOTICE OF ACTION [CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE (NO PROPERTY) THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE •VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ;F FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. MVfL ACTION NO. 73-5184 1TION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE LfGAl NOTICt LCCAl NOTICt MAKRIA'iK OP JACOB 'I IrUIAXD. land 3) THBIS. WIFE. SADIE TL'BIS o s. .1. Ti IUHETZKY Dnvton Road 3 • • 11. Sew Jersey 08817 AIM: HEREBY %  BI8. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE PROBATE DIVISION No. 73-1399 FRANK B. DOWLING In UK: hMulp of F.MITH WF.IS.S Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Parsons Having Claims >>r Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and reoulred in present any claims and demands which you may have against thi' palate of F.DITH WETSS deceased late >f Dade County, Florida, to the Clrhereby IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA DADE COUNTY General Jurisdiction Division CASE NO. 73-5128 NOTICE OF SUIT FOR PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN" ItE: THE MARRIAUE UP WILLIAM BETHEL. Hoaba ml -Petitioner and CILOHIA K. BETHEL. Wife-Respondent TO: i:i.7:'.. RICHARD I' BRINKER As Clerk, I 'Ircull Court I'.v I. SNEEDEN A Deputy Clerk fouri Seal) Starr i ..In Road Beat-h. Florida 33139 fi.r Petitioner :TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW iICK IS HEREBY fllVEN that li rslarned, di slrlna to eiiRnai In under tin fictitious name of ENTERPRISES nl 021 N K Rlri et, North Miami Beach, Pis ;,, register said name with thi [ i the Circuit Florldn North .Miami Beach. Florida 3/16-33-30 I A NOTICE OF ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE (NO PROPERTY) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-4680 PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE i v RE: the marriage "i PATRICIA ANNE BEEK and H \\.\Y I.KE BEEK To: DANNY LEE BEEK .in i lak Brook Drive No 3 Wilhnmsv ill-. New York Piairh-r Street. .Miami. Florida 38130, changes and progressive features '"• %  NSKY. Mary. 70. of MB. River Phone: 378-2861. ami file tluoriginal ... %  side Answer or Pleading In the off f the| lnt0 <"•' Jewish educational sys%  SILVERSTEIN. irvln. 75, of MI: tern in this country. Abraham Slabot, 63, Retired flerk of the Circuit fourt on .r before] tern in this country. the 12 day Of Anril. IMS. If you fail| to do so. .judgment h> d.-fault will be entered against you for the relief demanded In the Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. THIS NOTICE shall be published once each week for four (li consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN. and publisher of Ihe Jewish Ledger. DONE AND ORDERED nl Miami. 1 Florida, this 1 day of March, 1973 RH'HARD P. BRINKER Clerk Circuit Court Had.County. Florida Bv: C P. •'• Pfil AM 11. mil \ Clerk (Circuit "int Seal i :: fi-lfi 23 80 Editor Of Jewish Ledger Abraham Slabot. retired editor died Feb. 22 in New Orleans, where be made his home. He was 63. IN THE CIRCUIT COUKT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION Case No. 73-6415 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN ItE: PKTITK >N >F Court of Dad. j Y ,{: T ££ J^Mr" N, ITIFIE, Zft^F&X^'"^"* SYLVIA DIAMOND SK^'tan" K^nuS^nd 1 con,'" WUJJ li, h '""" KK,TH _____ _J "•'" me li 111 this t-ourt and you ari re• luir.-d tn serve a copy of your written ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .defenses, if any. to it on Joseph NAME LAW | St'HMIER, Esquire, attorney for Polli: IS HEREBY fllVEN that Honer, whose address Is 60.-1 Lincoln Klvcrsldi STANDER. Samuel .1 83. 1300 Bay It.I. .Mi: Itlverside WILLIAMS. Bertha. M>. of Miami. "lord..n. Interment Star ..f David. ABRAMS. Ann.-. 61, 27681 8\V 146th Ay,-. Naranja, flordon. Interment Star of Davkl CRiEGER. Charles, 7.".. 74^" Ocean Terr MB. Blasbenc. FRAITAG. Ilelijuniln, 7". 2861 I .. % % %  n.11. 1 III. X Miami Hlasllerg. RICE, Han-. 73, of MB, Itlverside. I Interment ML Sinai. Mr, Slabot edited the EnglishSAKS. Yetta. 83. of MB, Newman. Jewish publication for many years S ^ ER ,\. ,,!!:'''' > :; "' ""'"" and had served as president of the, ST. CLAIR. rtconrc, 74, TJ" Collins i American Association of EnglishW^THEIM.' M ^'iv m. 1.-..-.1 NK Uesldence L'nkuowi Yt>C are hereby i ( is have filed a petition in thi above styled Court for Ihe adoption of the minor dnlil ERNESTINE Jewish Newspapers. He was also .1 past president of the New Orleans Communal Hebrew School, CARDINAL. Aldus, 7K, of.MII. Newmn a CMulJAKOWSKV. Anna. 71, I Null San Souci Blvd. Rlasbei CONVISER. Plnrla. K4. :•" Bav I >r MB. BlasberK. DAN e. Esther S„ 60. of MB Gordon FRIED. Henry, Hi, of MB, Itlverside PAUL, Henry, ", S101 S.W. "2nd Ave il..id..11 Interment Mi Win. rtCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TTfE is HEREBY (llVEN that H|D>iir Ifiii-d. desiring In cllgllge 111 usim under the fictitious name of Ixrn.Mi: TAX I'.AI:I-F.I.I at %  :-.'" s.w. Btri-et. .Miami. Fla. Intends In rejt. .1 name Itll the Clerk "f the Court ..f Pad.County Florida. PETEB V\U< El l :-, 2 0-16-28 By I. SNEEDEN As 11. puts I :• i!. ii 'Ircull %  ••urt Seal i .11 ISEI'H Sl'HMIER i:r. Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida Attorney f.n Petitioner I6-S8 ailoptlon. \\ ITNESS my hand and seal .a sold Court nl Miami. Florida this IS das ..I March. 1878 KICHAliD P. BRINKER t'I.ERK. CIRI III" iiilItT Bj i" P. cc II-I:A.\'|I lii-nuiy Clerk :: j::-:... I 6-13 NOTICI UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY tJIVEN that the undersigned, desiring .•> enffaffe In business uniler the fl<-tltlous name of I K tt R CPHOLSTERY & SKAT COV%  ERS ji 5243 S.W. MII Street Miami. I Flu intend to rea*ister said name with Ihe i'l-ilc ..f ihe Circuit Court of I lad, i 'ounty, Florida. KAI'T. D PI >RTES RAMON ESTRADA 2-0-16-2! THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE •VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA NO. 73-2660 |E bi • i\' HP FUEY JOSEPH MINT/. iLPHHD P, NESBITT NOTICE TO ADOPT [i; I.HKItT MINTS! i. mbard, Illinois d LM. OTHER PERSONS Petition of ALPKED F Ni:s p. adopt JEPPREY JOSEPH ': / has been filed in this cause. |. iiii..n will be presented t.. tin-, ,,„, the II. .....i ild. flRAiy* ( PHILIP M.AI 8 rRAWPIIKD In his Chambers HI "'"'i~irt m rpeniTn Counts Courthouse .... *!' %  To A || tvTdft NOTICE OF ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE (NO PROPERTY) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-6510 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN RE: THE MARRIAGE I >P I DANIEL SCHOKNPELD Id IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE |, OKOTH Y 8C1IOBNFEI.D ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ;.,.,, OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY PROBATE DIVISION v PROBATE NO. 73-1159 JOHN R. BLANTON In RE: Esta ( I a da ITHV SCHt lENPELI I 2H Davis Itoad Lakcwood, New Jersey il ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED FARBER. I'ani. 7 GERBER. II. River ilde GREENBERG, Samuel, 80, nl Mil. Riverside. KEER. Irvlna-. •::•. 2380 Flamimco Dr.. MB. Blasbenr. KESNER, Al, 7ii. Of ll. .Ill i I. Levitt, KIRSON. Abraham Manuel, of nan Pi nnsylvanla Ave MB I evltl LANCET. Dr. Benjamin M.. 71. of Hollywood. Riverside. NEGRIN. Anna. 78. 7.10 Ocean Dr., MB. Mashers:. NEWMAN. Joseph, 88. "< MB. flordon PIS'K. David, 71. ..I MB. Ulasbers ROBERTS. Prank I.. 76, 1027." '•.'Ilins ^, 1.1pi,, i.i. ROVINSKY. Abraham, i860 Collins Ave.. MB. Levitt. SCHULTZ. I.eah. 81. of N .Miami Riverside Interment .Mi Nebo. WE'SSMAN. Ahrnhum, 7::. ISO-" NE t7lh < %  Rlversldi WILENSIK. Fred K 77. I! s\\ s"e,i p|Hce. flonlim. Interment Ml Nebo. DUXNER. Sol, 7". ,1 llallandnle tlversld 167th Si Levitt WOLFSON. S )-. of Miami Cordon COHEN. Samuel, KS, II t'ollllis AVI MB Hla-liers FREEMAN. Israel %  .. ..i Mil Newman. GOTTLIEB. H.l.ii C ..I Ml: RirerK<\SSE. Rhoda ••-. isii Norm ly l>r Ml! RBerslde LFPKOKFER. Helen %  : 64. ••! MB Riverside. Interment ML Sinai. LEVENTHAL. Samml. 7s. IIHW Marseille Dr Mi: Riverside LIGHT, r. Iln, 82. 106 a" Mr Ml: l-.lasl.. ic. SHORE. Sylvia, 30, of Miami Riverside Inlermt-iit Star of Dai Id SOLOMON. Hani. R3, of MB Rlversldi COHFN. Samuel. M, .a MB Blasbenr FINKELSTEIN. Vhraham, 76, ol NMB Blosbera KORNFELD. Jnck, 73. 1111 NE ls::rd SI NMI: I -v HI LEE. fSeorac. 71. till Cidllns Av MB I'.la iierti LEFFER. Morris M i, nl Ml:. Riverside MONDROS. Joi-oh, -7 of Hollyw I Rlversldi Interment Ml Sinai PAISNER. David. "... 1.11 NE 52nd St. Rlvi rslde j SKOR. Hose, s-'. 1842 Drexel \v. Ml: Riverside. WEIL. Sylvia, I4M8 S Bas'shore Mr. Itiy. rslde I MB RWersId thai an action for Dissolution ..I Mar FRANKLIN. Bessie. 85, 1736 Lenox lias-.habeen filed attains! you and Ave, MB. Riverside v.. u ani.-nuiied lo seive a v ..i GLASSER. Abrnbain i AH. .-. .4l i„ur written defense! K any, m II BW ISTHi Ave Oordon. Interment ..n JOSEPH si IIMl EK. attorney foi Ml, Sinai. ,..,., Petitioner, whose address Is 6; LinGOODMAN. It.llti 15.. ol NMB ...In Road, Suit.2o6, Miami Reach. 1.1, 11 .. ,.. ,„ 1,.......s and All Persons Have Is herebsRiven tn all Ihos. Ina Claims or I1.1na11.ls Against Said, |.. lorl da 33130. and file the oriRlnal with GROGER. Mav. ,1 ... n.,1.1 ,„ Ilpirs of Ha 1 Estate: .„,,., Ihe clerk of Ihe above styled i-ourl on '" artVmtlon You are herebj notified and reoiured ,.,. u ,(„ v A „ ri \ s ,;-;: : oth..is. a •TT ROTH %  '" W*aenl ans I'lalmt and demand* ,i,.f„ u |t will bo entered against you foi \ for tii'i'l'li F SICBBITT 1 which you may have nROinsl the es,, r--ll-C demanded In Ihi i-omn iM.ln Roiid ..,., ..r riulm Kraus deceased late of | „ r IM >tii|on. 1771 Will nn Hi mil. Florida I 11 iblisheil four i-onsi cutivi v> 1 as %  ,. 1-I1 Florldlan. :; : %  -16-23 30 Dade %  'ounl >. Florida, lo Ihe t'ln uil NOTICE OF ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE {NO PROPERTY) THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE [LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT C c FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION NO 73-6398 ,4EPAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE RE Mi rrlain• %  IERT IA.M ES u I'BKBR bu i:.v RI'TH WI'HK BR HEI.HA 111 TH u CBKER This notice shall In. published onct Judges of Dade County, and file iln1 ,. ; ,,.|, u ,..|< for four ciiiisecullve iv.-nks same in dunlleate and as nmvlded I'M |n THE JEWISH Fl.oRIDIAN. Section 733 16, Florldn Statute* In their WITNESS mv hum) and H I offices In ilnCounty Courthouse '"I,,, ,.,,,1 i-ourl .11 Miami, Plorld tills Dade Counts'. Florldn, n-lthln ^iv ral| (i ,|„, ,,, March, 1073 adar months from Ihe lime -.f Ihe flrsl publii s on hi 1 eof, or Ihe same v> ill be barred. Piled at Miami. PI01 Ida il 122nd das of !•' %  hmars v M 1073. i:\ V R VPKE Barm 11 Bank of Miami III nc li, N A Mv : Robei t II Snllman \1:\,. uiors First nubllcatlon of this noil th. '. I dai nl "t irc-h. 1073 I'll II \ l:| 1 .v1 IRI .s< \i lornev K for Rxectll 1 ir* I.I i-oll R01 d, Miami Be n h. Fin. :: 2 %  %  RICH VRD I' BRINKER. As 1 'lerk. 1 "Il eult 'out 1 I lade < 'nun 11 Florida Us 1 • p 1 •. iPBI VND As I 1. not v 1 ierk tCli'i-ull 1 '..nil Seal 1 Ji ISI _''11 SCH.MIEI1 Esuuil • ilii.l 1 in. obi Itond, Suil 1 Miami Hi 11 I Florida 33139 xttoruev for Pel illiini 1 1 GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open £very Doy • Closed Sabbath 140 SW 57h Ave. MO 1-8583 Monument Dealer %  1 Main Sin %  1 %  Yuuhank. N- York llljwi I in ARE HEREBY NOTIP 1KB in action for Dissolution of Marlins 11 filed against v..11 and .... required lo nerve B copy v\ iii i.-ii defenses, nberi 11 Burns. Ks IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF f LORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY PROBATE DIVISION PROBATE NO. 73-1591 .11 din IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION 111 Rfc Estate nl No. 73-6691 VVII.I I V.\l -' HANFORD NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I deceased, if I,, Re The Mnrrlagi Of: NOTICE TO CREDITORS i any. t-. UANCEL DE JESCS QI'INTO, To All Creditors 1 All Perstins Havulre. attorney Husband and MART JEAN l"> claims or Demands Agalnsl Said I', ti %  HIT vvln.se address i120 DCINTO. VVIfi Estate: id 1 • I •suit.' I"'" Miami Beach. TO: MARY JEAN QI'INTO V "" ore hereby notified and i-etiuired .In and file the original with ihe 224 Fulrfield Avenue "' present ans Halms and demands V.V iii • -.1 v.stvi.d curi on or Battle Creek. Michigan which v.,11 ma) Lav. agulnsi ihe es-, v,'il ••'^ "7: le"yise a deYi.c ARE HEREBY notlfleil ll.al .. tale nl WILLIAM C. HANFORD %  • win he enured agalnsl you foi PetlUon tor Blssolutlon Of Marring, leased UUe of Dude Counts'. H..n. a. r.ii f dm, mil In the comnlalnl has been filed agalnsl you. and you 10 the Clrcull Judges ol Dado Counts Iflilm are hereby required to serve n copy and file Ihe same in duplicate and as "it .. sie.ii 1... nubllahed an e of your answer or other pleading t.. provided in Section 133.16. hlorlda 1 • r % %  f.lninonsecutlve weeks the Petition on the Husband's utterStatutes, in Ihelr offices In Ihe 1 nun Is I' 1F\\ sii FlV. tlMIVN. ney. LESTER ROOERS, whose adCourthouse In MadCounty. Florida, rVsESS mv 1.and and il..seal of dr.ss is: I C.I NU. 17th Avenue. Mi -. i tliin sK calendar months from li. riorlda ..n this IS ami. Florkla S3I2S and file th |g|lime ..1 Ihe flrsl publication hereof, or nal with th. Clerk ..1 the nlsive styli I 1 the same will he barreil 1 court, on ..r before this 25th day ••! Filed at Miami. Florida, this 1 Anril. 1078. or a M. fault will 1 11tered agalnsl you. i>\TF.|i this linh day of March. 1878. RICHARD P. BRINKER Clerk of the Clrcull Courl By: N. A HBWETT Denuty Clerk tt'ir. uil 1 '..urt Seal 1 :: SS-jn I 1. -I" Palmer's Miami Monument Compai./ 3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miumi 444-0921 444-0922 Closed On The Sobbc th Personalized Memorials Custtm Crafted In Our Own Workshop. \JilemoTW Cnapel "JEWISH tVSi : "OIS' 10CAI AMD OUT or STATE ARHAM'.I Ml NTS 947-2790 1338S W Dlif IHVV N M. "urt al Miami. ..1 March. 1873, RICHARD P. BRINKER, vClerk. Clrcull <'ourl Dade County. Florida By 1 BNEEDEN As Deputy 1'lerk |6ju-culi Court Seah ROHERT H. lltltNS ..In Rd. Mhlnn It.a.h. Fla AHorm-v for Petitioner 3 28-80 I 6-13 of March. A n. 107 I.ENORE AM BN II VNPORD As Bxeculrlx Flrsl publication of this notice 1 th. ":: .lav ..f March. t"7:: 1: v xti'l: A FRIEDM VN Attorney tor BSatate i<7". N.K I68rd St...! etorth Miami Klorldj, m ( ttt guttemlV/ia/jet SIIVlNG All H 1TATII *MIC -AMKIN6 IN THI IUI 865-2353 720 Seventy f'mt Stft il M.-i ("re-i Or** tiMtaal feveft 4 •IMIUATM8M1 Or IHUI JEFFERI Fl'NF.KAI. HOMES, INC. 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    Page \ZC + U^i^fUrHtrtr Friday, Match 23. 1973 —j—^jg c o %  il < o T n y A I J 1 New Riven Li Garry Isaacson and his wife, Pam, moved up to River Reach from Miami about a month ago. The Isaacsons live life to the brim. And love every minute of it. Like having breakfast on their balcony and watching the boats glide past on New River. And the companionship of neighbors who've made them feel at home here. They like the %*• — M ig wrg Scenery by the Isaacsons. security of living on an island. With only one entrance guarded by a manned gatehouse 24-hours a day. They like being close to downtown Fort Lauderdale (just five minutes away). And Miami is only a 30 minute drive via 1-95. with the Davie Boulevard Interchange just 5 blocks to the west. With all that convenience ""*"-**..they live in a lovely residential area. Out of the shadows of tall buildings and away from the crowds and the traffic. You can move up to River Reach for as little as $27,700. Come on. Grab a little gusto. Get it together with the now people at River Reach. If you don't believe the living's great, just ask the Isaacsons. r In It It T. In Ei IH Rl I 1; Jll M Bi 11. >i in ... .Vl da s th M \i 11* N. 11. I.u in t va El RIVER RiZaGH .\l !" "i" ,l i nd conJ '' ,m ">'un' with 2 bedroom apartment* from tvTim 48 900 and bedroom apartments from $29,300 c\j Si. ,n ? mcd,al Occupancy / in Fort Lauderdale on VW. vth Ave.. just on; Mock north of S.W. 12th St., (Davie ££?%£'2* !" IV5 lo Davi,: Boulevard Exit (Kmpornry Si o".- to SW 9th *"*• aBd ten ooe "* k Tete pnonc 522-6738.