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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Israeli Retaliation Mauls Terrorists
By SPECIAL REPORT
TEL AVIV In one of the
most daring exploits in the his-
tory of the Israel defense forces,
navy, paratroop and ground units
struck into the heart of Leba-
non's capital Tuesday and aimed
a crippling blow at the Pales-
tinian terrorist movement.
Two Israelis were killed and
two injured, with the number of
Arabs dead reported at 41, in-
cluding top leaders of the El
Fatab, a key element of the so-
called Palestine Liberation
Front. More than a dozen Arabs
were wounded.
Those dead included Moham-
med Yussef Najjar, whose code
name was Abu Yussef, No. 2
man of El Fatah; Kamal Adwan,
a leader of the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization, and Kamal
Nasser, leading Arab poet who
was a PLO spokesman.
The Israelis attacked with
James Bond precision in Beirut,
and had Mercedes Benz automo-
biles, similar to Lebanese taxi-
cab.;, waiting for them as their
planes landed.
Lebanese officials said two
of their policemen and several
civilians were killed, auong with
the terrorists.
Although On, David Elazar
Israel's chief of staff, said the
attack was in direct reprisal
for Monday's assault on an Is-
raeli airliner and the ambas-
sador's residence in Cyprus, mili-
tary sources here added that the
strike was already fully planned.
It would have been delivered
against the presumed base of
the Black September organiza-
tion in any event, the sources
said.
The number of dead in tbe
Beirut attack was reported at 11
with some 30 killed in a con-
current attack on the Shatila-
Sabra refugee camp near the
Beirut airport.
The Palestinian leaders lived
in apartment buildings in the
heart of th? Lebanese city I
were killed at their rcsiii
off Rue Verdun.
The separate assault on tin- rel
ugee camp fratitied tbe dctru<-
tion of buildings serving as head-
quarters for the Maoist Popular
Democratic Front and of LI
Fatah.
Yet another group of Israeli
commandos blew up a garage in
Sidon. a coaxial city 23 miles
south of Beirut. Guerrillas u>ed
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David Egozi, (right) honorary chairman of the Cuban-Hebrew
commi:tee receives the Shomer Am Yisroel Menciah from
Myic:. I. Brod'e. Greater Miami Jewish Federation's execu-
tive vice president. The Menorah is a once-in-c-life'ime honor
for outstanding dedication to the survival cf the Jew
people.
$340,000 Pledged At
Cuban Hebrew Dinner


Passover greetingi
from the Directors. Oflicers and Staff of

There was a poignant under-
current recently when over 350
pen >ns (.'alherod ut Miami Beach's
depicting an event In Jewish his-
tory, arc presented annually to
those members of the community
who have been in the forefront of
accepting responsibility for leader-
ship-in-giving to the annual CJA-
[EP campaigns.
Also honored was David E.uo?i.
an honorary chairman of the
Cuban Hebrew Committee, who re-
ceived the Shomer Am Yisroel
Menorah.
'Hie Menorah is presented once- '
ln-a-lifetime to those individuals,
who have demonstrated a special
dedication to the qualitatve sur-
vival of the Jewish people the
Guardians of the People of Israel.
Sponsored by the Cuban-Hebrew
Congregaton. the Cuban-Sephardie
Hebrew Congregation, the Cuban I
David Bliss Branch of Farband.
B'nai B'rith Miami Latin Lodge ,
2796 and the Cuban-Hebrew Divi ,
sion of the Greater Miami Jewish j
Federation, the dinner dance is an I
annual event.

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MITCHELL M. WOLFSON
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dance in honor of the 25th Anni-
versary of the State Of Israel.
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Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
I npaign to help people in need
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seling,' he added.
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crease over the same gifts to last
year's campaign." reports Dr.
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man.
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our Jewish community in Miami.
for the survival of world Jewry
and for the very backbone of
Israel immigration." he added. ,
Charles Dascal. Salomon Uken. j
Samuel Maiman, Jack Chester, Dr. |
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Volume 46
Friday, April 13. 1973

pASSOVeR
QKeedNQS
We Will Add A Special Prayer
The first Passover set the mood of hope for a people
whose destiny it was to develop a religion, a culture, a
way of life that has endured these thousands of years be-
cause its essence has been freedom.
In every Jewish home, and in public observances
which have developed in recent years, the ancient story
with its message for all mankind will be told again next
Monday night and it will be as meaningful in 1973 as it
was on the journey to the Promised Land.
The establishment of the State of Israel 25 years ago
has not meant the end of the millennial Jewish quest. As
in every generation, in this we are engaged in the struggle
for the freedom of Jews in the Soviet Union. This year, as
we observe the Seder, we will add to it a special prayer
for those brave people fighting to keep alive our ancient
heritage which gives them the insight and courage to
continue their struggle.
Inflation Not Peculiar To U.S.
The rise in the cost of food and other basic commodi-
ties is not peculiar to the American economy. The Israel
put>lic has also been informed that meat, sugar and fuel,
among others are due for a sharp increase in the coming
months.
Government supports have kept these basics under
control until a recent change in policy that affects the
market by as much as six per cent. Efforts are being made
to assist lower income families, and the prices of many
staples are expected to remain steady. But the plague of
inflation which is threatenina world stability is now a
fact of life in Israel where, until recently, it has been kept
well under the rate of that experienced by most other
nations.
A Fascinating Document
On the agenda of the U.N. Commission on Human
Rights is a little known but fascinating document, the
Uppsala Declaration. Drafted primarily by the Nobel Peace
laureate, Rene Cassin, it deals with the rights of people
to leave and return a statement which has particular
meaning for Russians, both Jews and non-Jews, who are
being held within national borders.
One of the authors of the Universal Declaration of
Human Rights, Cassin has written that the free movement
of goods from one country to another seems easier to
accomplish than freedom for people to do the same, as
we know from the recent trade agreements between the
United States and the Soviet Union.
The Uppsala Declaration (named for the Dutch univer-
sity where it was drafted) includes not only the right to
leave and return but provisions which prohibit reprisals,
sanctions, special taxes or penalties, the right to take house-
hold and personal effects, and the obligations of countries
to respact individual rights. Or, as Cassin sums it up: Law,
justice and interest, properly understood, unite in pointing
toward the one solution which will reestablish that inde-
structible core of all human rights, the choice of whether
to stay or to leave.
The scholars who worked on the declaration did so
with recognition that the Middle East crisis, for one, cannot
be resolved without taking into account the needs of all
refugees in the area, Jews as well as Arabs.
MATTER OF FACT
lAlUft.

WASHINGTON The ugly
Watergate mess can perhaps
cripple the President politically.
That is the result now beging
fervently aimed for by many
Demo its, plus many key peo-
c
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j-,:v..:
pie in the newspaper and tele-
vision communities. It no longer
seems an unlikely result, either,
THE SUBJECT musl there-
fore be tackled. In tackling the
subject, however, it is necessary
to speak more personally than
is usual in this space if onlj
because I have so often been
asked why I have not tackled
the subject more vigorously be
fore. Tre answer is simple. H
has seemed wrong to apply to
President Nixon moral stand
ards that were never applied to
his predecessors in office.
For successful black propa-
ganda in U.S. politics, for in
stance, there has never been
anything to match the so-calleri
Sackvilie Letter of 1888 That
year. Grover Cleveland was run-
ning for re-election against Ben
jamin Harrison. Cleveland had
followed a policy of fairly close
collaboration with England. The
British ambassador of the day
Lord Sackvilie, "as also a fa-
tuous fo?i
SO THE RepuDlican black
propaganda department fake.I
letter from an alleged ex-Eng
can Which presidential candi-
can Wilier presidential candi
date, the letter asked I
Sackvilie, should an Americai
vote for who was attached to
English interests? "Cleveland
replied Lord Sackvilie in writ
ing. The letter was promptly
published. It helped a lot to beat
Cleveland, too.
In sum. this sort of thin-
reaches back to the remotest
past of American politics ''
addition, none of the postwar
I Continued on Page 12-A)
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COMMENT
Every year about this time I
get my eyes examined. Hope-
fully. I await the doctor's ver-
dict: "Cohen, you've got to give
up all reading. I order you to
confine your television watching
to the 11 o'clock news." Reading
especially the newspapers
has been an obsession with me
since the days, as they crudely
put it. I hustled newspapers in
Paterson. N.J.
ON THE corner I worked,
newspapers were spread out a'l-
most around the clock and al-
most as many different ones as
as there were hours. In the
morning there were the Times.
Morning World, Herald. Trib-
une. American. Mirror. News.
Telegraph from New York.
The Ledger from Newark and
The Call from Paterson did it. I
believe.
When I came to work after
school the early editions of the
Sun, Evening World. Journal.
Post. Telegram from New-
York a News each from New-
ark and Paterson, the Herald
and the News from Passaic and
the Press Guardian, also from
Paterson. were already on hand.
Then came the "Wall street fi-
nals", the "baseball extras" and.
finally for me at least around
7 p.m. the "Racing Finals".
As I headed homeward, richer
by about SI.50 (papers were
three cents then, two of the lo-
cals sold at two cents), the early
morning editions were being
thrown off the trains from New
York.
From that commercial beginn-
ing, I became an addict. Fortu-
nately (depending on how you
look at it, but for me it is), the
number of newspapers has di-
minished. Each day I read only
the Miami dailies and the N.Y.
Times.
THERE IS a constant supple-
mentary diet of weekly and
monthly publications thai al-
most defies description: Tin-
London Jewish Chronicle, Jeru-
salem Post. Jewish Floridian
and Boston Advocate are stead-
ies in the Jewish field. There's
Commonweal and Commentary,
Congress Bi Weekly. Midstream,
Judaism. CCAR Journal. Reform
Judaism. Washington Monthly.
Columbia Journalism Review
well, no point in just being a
name dropper, or offending any
I left out the list stretches to
infinity. Should I count the daily
mail, the exchange synagogue
bulletine? No, that's business,
not recreation.
The point I suppose I am going
to try to make is that all this
reading gives me a vew of the
world that not too many others
gel who wonder where I'm at
sometimes
IN THE Passaic County. N'.J..
Bar Reporter (yes, I gel that too
because 20 years ago I helped
edit it) I read last week the
headline over a legal article. "Is
Fornication Really A Crime?".
that indicated the best minds
didn't think so there has been
only one conviction under the
N.J. law in the last 70 years.
And then at the bottom of
some obscure page in the Miami
Herald also last week I
spotted the item about the Penn
sylvania House passing a bill to
outlaw "premarital and extra-
marital sex" in that state. As
the representative w h o sub-
mitted the bill said. "It is noth-
ing more than to follow the ten
Commandments, and I think we
all believe in God and the ten
Commandments."
THERE'S A purpose to all
this. The occasion for the learn-
ed article on fornification in the
Bar Reporter was the filing of
criminal charges under that act
EDWARD COHEN
...........__ .____.....
again?) sevi ral of the actors in
a XXX movie. "Deep Sid p
made in my old home towi
Triple X "Deep Throat" was
made in my new home town, and
it Special Smut Prosecutor Leon
ard Itivkind is so smart whj
didn't he think of that?
Instead, while I was up North
for a few days, the Metro C
mission at the urging of Rivkin
and his Brigade of Little 11
Ladies in Clean Tennis Shoes
passed an ordinance banning the
showing of obscene movies an
the sale of obscene literature
Supported by all those clean
thinking people, and five of thi
nine Commissioners. Bivkind
urged a strong ordinance ami
made his usually dubious legal
reflection that the new law
not an infringement on First
Amendment right.
AND IN, at least what was
fur me. a non sequitur. hi
declared that "Sex should no!
be a spectator sport". My ques
tion is what will this non-paid
guardian of our morals do with
hi.- time if they really outlaw
dirty books and dirty movies
because, from the record, it is
obviously quite a spectator sport
for him.
In addition to the reading ob-
session. I have a clipping one
I began this column with the
intention of disposing of some
23 odd pieces I had accumulated
in the past week and find, as I
reach the space limit assigned
me. that I have rid myself of
only a few.
A bit of profanity would help
me express my frustration, I
suppose, and it now would very
likely be legal. Circuit Court
Judge in Jacksonville last week
ruled that Florida's law against
using such language is uncon
stitutional. Sic transit round i
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U.S. British Pressure Forces
Reversal on Dayan Land Plan
JERUSALEM (JTA) Premier
Golda Meir may have been per-
suaded by foreign pressure
chiefly from the United States and
Britain to alter her position on
Israeli land purchases in the ad-
ministered territories from luke-
warm support to firm opposition
to any change in the status quo, it
was indicated this week.
Prior to Sunday's Cabinet de-
cision upholoing the ban on Jew-
ish land purchases from Arabs in
:he territories. Mrs. Mcir was re-
portedly prepared to accept a com
promise offered by Justice Min-
ister Yaacov Shimshon Shapiro.
It was learned, however, that
Washington had expressed some
misgivings over the issue and had
transmitted its feelings to Jeru-
salem. World wide press and other
news media reaction was strongly
unfavorable.
Mr. Shapiro's compromise
would have permitted Israeli to
buy Arab land under Government
supervision. The Justice Minister
said Premier Meir withdrew her
support for his proposal at the
..<-: minute.
He refused to speculate as to
whether pressure from abroad
prompted her change of mind.
The Cabinet's decision defused
tension in the administered terri-
Nixon Supports
Bade Consumer
Protection Unit
The Federal Executive Board
has advised all personnel of the
United States Government in
Greater Miami that the Dade
County Consumer Protection Divi-
sion "has the authority to act in
many consumer complaint areas
and in cases where it does not
have authority can advise persons
with consumer complaints how to
pursue the matter."
James E. Townsend. chairman of
(he Consumer Protection Commit-
..( of the Federal Executive
Board, said this week that "con-
sumer protection is of the greatest
concern to this Administration.
For that reason, on directions
from the White Hou'e. all Federal
Executive Boards throughout the
United States have undertaken
programs to assist all segments of
our society with problems they
may have with consumer type com-
plaints."
The Metro Consumer Protection
Division is headquartered in the
Justice Building with branches in
Coconut Grove. Perrine, Home-
stead. Brownsville. Opa Locka and
Miami Beach.
tories, where the issue aroused
controversy and pushed land
prices to all time highs.
But controversy was undimin-
ished in Israel, and may have been
increased. The Gahal opposition
faction announced it would intro-
duce a no confidence motion in the
Knesset over the government's
decision.
Gahal Chairman Menacheni Bei-
gin likened the decision to the
1939 British White Paper that
restricted Jewish immigration into
Palestine.
Mrs. Meir acted to dampen the
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mounting controversy when she
, ordered two of her cabinet min
j isters to cancel a television ap-
I pearance scheduled Monday eve-
ning.
i
Transport Minister Shimon Peres
! and Health Minister Victor Shem-
: tov had been invited to appear on
| a TV panel discssion of the land
I purchase issue. Mr. Peres favored
j free land purchases by Jews, while
i Mr. Shemtov is opposed.
Both had Informed the Israel
I Broadcasting Authority that their
| appearance was subject to Cabinet
; approval.
Few Russian Jews Will Leave Israel
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Ab- I 32,000 last year. ^
sorption Ministry has estimated I Aharon Amu, director of absorp-
tnai tour per cent ol the Russian j tion services for the Absorption
immigrants arriving in Israel have Ministry, conceded in the Maariv
decided to re-emigrate to other (story that the number of Russian
countries, compared to eight per | immigrants planning to leave Is-
cent of all other immigrants who rael is on the increase, largely be-
I cause of an oversaturated economy
; where many Russian skills are not
i marketable.
\ ^^__^^^_^_____^_^^_____
j Physicist Arrives
: From Kishinev
i
) TET. aviv (JTA) Alexander
| Galperin, a Jewish physicist from
Kishinev who was sentenced to 2'i
years imprisonment for Zionist ac-
| tivity at the Kishinev trial of June
1971. arrived here this week via
Bucharest with his parents.
Released last January, Mr. Gal-
I perin, 27. had to pay an education
1 tax of 70.000 rubles.
have decided to leave.
These and other figures dealing
with Soviet Jewish emigres were
reported in the newspaper Maariv.
The time period to which the fig-
ures pertained was not made clear.
According to the Absorption
Ministry, some 50 requests a month
are filed by Russian Jews seeking
to leave Israel. Another apparent-
ly less official estimate, reported
by Maariv. put the number of Rus-
sian immigrants leaving Israel at
1,200 yearly.
Close to 50.000 Russian immi-
grants arrived in Israel in the last
two years 16,000 in 1971 and
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ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE CHARGES
Toyota, Nissan. Hitachi Conceal
Participation In Arab Boycott"
NEW YORK, V Y. Three in statement*, Toyota
I se manufacturers l claimed it coul! not sell to Israel
Toyoti \ nab Datsun | meet its own
cars and trucks), and Hitachi, an distributors' needs. But during the
i lie and industrial Arm same period. Toyota expanded into
were this week charged with con- H >i China, Czechoslovakia and
eealing their long-time participa-' other European and Asian na
tion in the Arab economic boycott In talk- ii Tokyo in April. li^TO.
o: Israel from American consum- a Toyota official told Mr. Peirez
cr* because they fear the effect of, and Mr Forster: "We have been
tu truth on their sal trading 'it1: the United Arab Re-
The charge was made by the public and consider! starting
Defamation League of B'nai el business However, we
1 '.,- I on investigation da:- encountered boycott threats from
i: back to 1964. the I'niied Arab Republic against
Acc ce Peirez. our trade with Israel. Under the
i of ADL's national civil pressure of the Egyptian boycott
firms i to do an)
\ ,.n inquiries with
- deny. Later in 1970. however. Toyota
e V .i> announced its intention to trade
glefwith Israel and sent a represents-
I- live :here ostensibly to open nego
T: afraid of tiatioas.
' h declared: '"'- cam* of tho f:
-despite and insist- -^ toes refused, an:! continue
> are willing r3e!l franchise. The
! AD1 has doc- v :" ''- simply another royota
tation thest m ced on Americans
- or their asents that the] purchased some 300.000 Toy-
otas last year." Mr. Peirez said.
The ADL leader said the three Nissan's antics are hardly |eS5
| from si( i highly political n
to have a closer i<>nncction with
1 -aged in '"misrepresenta-
t and double-talk for yean He
I Toyota's compliance with
' a back to 1964. Hitachi's
circuitous." he added. Here. too.
he declared, there has been a
consistent and unending flow of
meaningless promises regarding
to 1965. and Nissans" to 1M7. **& lsne}\
Mr Peirez pointed out that to
combat declining sales of Datsuns
in this country. Nissan recently ,
d a false story in the in-
ternational edition of Newsweek
and other publications that its
e Lt -.- stigations. Un-, I)at._un c..,..< and trucks are soon t0
I tets radios. TV sets.
- hi-fi and appliances
r its own name and recording
and batteries under the
I U label.
der the direction of its general
sel, Arnold Forster. include
be sold in Israel.
"Our investigation revealed that
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
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you.
In July. 1971. with the Israeli
firm still pressing for franchise
Hitachi said it could not
make a direct export to Israel
due to a political situation. In
front of the United Arab Republic"
and suggested thai a Swiss im-
porter might be interested.
In April. 1972. Hitachi again
notified the Israeli firm that it
would not deal with Israel because
"we do not foresee any settlement
of the conflict between Arab and
Israel ." That year. Hitachi
also refused to participate in the
1 Internationa] Trade Fair in Israel.
giving as its reason the "political
position in which Hitachi. Ltd., is
now standing.'
Finally, in February. 1973. after
lerable correspondence by
', the Israeli Arm to Hitachi and the
latter'- Swiss importer, the Swiss
firm wrote the Israeli company:
"Your letter of 25th January
11973 has been carefully examined
and we regret to inform you that
we have little chance to start sell-
ing Hitachi ... to Israel because
you insist In obtaining written evi-
dence from Hitachi appointing you
as official representative in Israel
. Hitachi already informed
you that sale to Israel by them is
prohibited because of their bus-
iness connection with the Arabs
We would never dare to let you
have any official declaration on
such a delicate question."
Over 225 residents of 100 Lincoln Rd. attended a recent
breatrfast held on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's 1973 CJA-IEF campaian. Shown are (from left)
Nat Fridm-m, 100 Lincoln Rd. CJA-IEF honorary chairman;
Attorney Ben Essen, guest speaker; Mrs. Ida Cooper. 100
Lincoln Rd. CJA-IEF ccchairman. and Sam Pascos, 100 Lin-
coln Rd. CJA-IEF honorary chairman.
c rrespondence and meetings with NK,an had almost jmua!W0Ui,,v ,
Utives ol the Japanese wsured the Arab Boycott Office in
companies. Damascus that, dc-pite intense;
Mr Forster said that a Toyota pressures, it will continue to re-,
Ol notified an Israel: firm in f,He t ^va\ Witn Israel.' he de-
]>4 that "for the time being" his dared
I was "not considering doing calling the shades of differed
1 iness with Israel' In 19t, ,n the manner in which Toyol
a two-year study, ADL i->ued siaaaa and Hitachi have surrend-
iblic report documenting Toyo- CIVd t0 the Arab economic boy.
t- policy and named the company cvftt "slight," Mr. Peirez said thai
. ine of the Japanese firms par- Hitachi's actions "are probably the
t pating in the Arab boycottt. m0it blatant'
At that time." Mr. Forster In 1965. Hitachi wrote ADI. thai
Toyota engaged a Los An- it "has never had a policy of dis-
- firm to protect its American criminating any particular country
i. a;e The rirm vehemently do- against another. Although Hitachi
. Toyota's participation in the does not have an office in Israel.
Arab boycottt and promised doru- we are willing to do business there
ation to prove its denial But. as well as in other counti
< pite repeated requests by ADL through agents or trading com-
a.-.d individual Americans, the panies."
d j mentation was never sup- Despite this pledge, repeated
Plied." efforts by Israelis to do business
tioned shortly after the with Hitachi met with rebuff-
Dial was issued, the president of excuses. Tne League cited the ex- -
Toyota Motor Distributors Inc. perience of a major Israeli firm,
b'andly asserted. "So far as our which was notified in 19"0 that
?ization in the United States Hitachi refused to enter into di-
ve remain neutral and do rect business with Israel becaiw
m take sides in any politics." it mUht be against our top policy
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\
Israeli Retaliation Mauls Terrorists
Continued From Page 1A
fee garage as a staging area
for both infiltration of Israel and
operations related to the Black
September movement.
Gen. Elazar warned that Is-
rael may stage another raid on
Beirut, since the Israelis hold
the Lebanese responsible for
keeping their country from be-
ing used as a base for staging
terrorist activities against Israel.
lr. Jerusalem. Israeli officials
called for concerted worldwide
action to combat terrorists.
"There is a desperate and urg-
ent need for the international
community to unite in order to
combat terrorism," one source
said, referring to Monday's at-
tacks at Nicosia.
' It is no! sufficient to prevent
I of terrorism. The terrorists
to be owlish"*! von' hnr^h-
h lo deter them from committ-
. acts agaii si Israelis or other
- abroad," th? source said.
said the spectacular fail-
f the assaults in Cyprus was
I b >u\ i the terrorists.
I nbassador P.ahamin Timer.
Nicosia residence was at-
ed with grenades and dyna-
(1 In radio Inter-
th the roo leratinn of
' lot authorities was satisfac-
I
said he and h's staff
, return flight to Lod Airport.
The plane, on charter to El
AI for its Lod-Cyprus service,
had just disembarked 40 pas-
senders, who were passing
U-M Honors Society
Banquet April 19
The University of Miami Medical
School honors society. Alpha
Omega Alpha, will hold its annual
benefit at Kings Bay Yacht and
Country' Club Thursday April 19
cocktails at 7:30 p m. will be fol-
lowed by the banquet at 8.30 p.m
escaped. A Cypriot policeman on j James Truitt, president of the
guard at the ambassador's home hnorary. said:
was seriously injured.
had been especially alert of late,
but refused to elaborate. He said
he expected the Cypriot authori-
ties to treat the episode with ut-
most seriousness.
Ambassador Timon hai been
posti'.I !o Cyprus sine. 1971. He
was previous!;- ambassador to
the African states of Zaire and
Togo.
Arab terrorists staged simul
taneous attacks on the ambassa-
dor's residence and on an Ar-
kia airliner at Nicosia airport.
Of the nine terrorists who
took part in both assaults, one
was killed, four were wounded,
three were captured and one
Ambassador Timon was not at
hr>me 3t the time of the attack
His wife ami children, who were.
were not hurt. Tiie Embassy resi-
dence sustained considerable
age and some damage was
done to the Israeli plane.
The five Arabs who attacked
Israeli airliner entered the
...: port in a Land R >ver after
he armed g lard at
one of the gates
ove t an a ;a of the
airtrip, wh -re a pi me oi Ai
don tic airlim s
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.:.
Oscar B. Schapiro (second from right) was the honoree at
the 25th annual scholarship fund dinner sponsored by the
Mazrachi-Hapoel Hamizrachi Organization recently in the
Eden Roc Hotel. Holding the plague presented to him on
this occasion are Hyman Kolko. (left) a member of the pre-
sidium, and Dr. David Lehrfield, spiritual leader of Kneselh
Israel Congregation. At right is Rabbi Emanuel Rackman
of the Fifth Avenue Synagogue in New York City, guest
speaker fox the March 25 event.
Official
Invited
One of Israel's most distinguish-
ed officials has been invited to rep-
resent the State of Israel at the
Israel Bond Organization's Silver
Anniversary Dinner May 1 (i in
Miami Beach.
Milton M. Paron, director of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Organ-
ization, said he was awaiting of-
ficial acceptance of the invitation
from Jerusalem. "The presence of
this important diplomat will be
one of the most exciting events in
I .he history of the Miami Jewish
j community," he added
Mr. Parson urged all groups to
| hold the date open to join with
i 'he Israel Bond Organization in
this most important Silver Anni-
versary celebration. Further infor-
ii. "ion on the dinner will be
forthcoming within the next few
days, he added. There will also be
an announcement from Jerusalem,
"of momentous significance to our
-">mmunitv.' hi' said.
Rabbi Schiff To Conduct
Special Passover Services
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. director
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
(ration's Community Chaplaincy
Service, will conduct special serv-
ices commemorating Passover at I
various institutions in the com- j
munity, Leo Eisenstein, chairman :
of the Chaplaincy Advisory Com-'
mittee, has announced.
Abbreviated Seder services with
appropriate Seder symbols will be I
conducted at Jackson Memorial ,
Hospital. Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital, Mount Sinai Medical Center.
Dade County Jail. Jewish Home
for the Aged, Baptist Hospital.
Mercy Hospital, South Miami Hos-
pital, Si. Francis Hospital. .North
Miami General Hospital. Parkway
General Hospital, Chai Nursing
Home, Green Briar Nursing Home,
Tour Freedoms Nursing Home and
Sunland Training Center.
The Community Chaplaincy Serv-
cc. founded in 1966. is snnn-ored
by the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration in association with the
Rabbinical Association of Greater
Miami. It is designed to fulfill a
basic Jewish principle known as
"Bikkur Cholim" visiting the ill.
The program brings visitation to
Jewish persons confined to hos-
pitals and other institutions in
Dade County.
Assisting Rabbi Schiff in con-
ducting the services will be Rabbi
Maxwell Berger of Temple Zamora
and Rabbi Milton Schlinsky of
Temple Adath Yeshurun.
Serving on the Chaplaincy Ad-
visory Committee with Mr. Eisen-
stein are Stephen H. Cypen, Wai-
ter S. Falk, honorary chairman;
Mrs. Merton M. Gettis, Sam J.
Heiman, honorary chairman; Jack
Katzman, vice chairman; Joseph
R, Mondres, -Mrs. Philip Thau, Mrs.
Morton L. Weinberger, Marvin I.
Wiener and Mrs. Ewald Ziffer.
The Rabbinical Association rep-
resentatives are Dr. Herbert M.
Baumgard, Dr. Leon Kronish and
Dr I. vm I I.ehrman.
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The Impossible Dream.
It is a song that tells of the courage and sacrifice
and suffering and hope of Jews throughout the world.
You know of the courage of Israel.
You know of the sacrifice of the 11 members of the
Olympic Team brutally murdered at Munich.
You know of the suffering of elderly Jews now
living in loneliness and poverty right here in
Dade County.
And you know of the hope that lives in the hearts
of Russian Jews that one day they may live in freedom.
You know all these things.
And you know that without your help the dreams
of Jews in need at home and abroad will turn into
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Friday, April 13. 1973
V
STHOMS Of THE miKLY TM4H FMTIOrl
Metzorah
"And the Lord spoke unto Moses, savin?, This shall be the
law of the leper in the day of his cleansing ." Chapters XIV-
XV
PURIFICATION OF THE LEPER: When a person was cured
of leprosy, he was first inspected by the priest outside the camp
to make certain that the recovery was complete. The elaborate
cleansing ceremonies which followed were spread over eight days,
on the first and last of which special rites were observed. Sacri-
fices were offered by the priest and cedarwood and hyssop used
in the process of purification, restoring the former leper to his
rights as a full member of the community.
LEPROSY IN A HOUSE: This law applied to the time when
the Israelites would be settled in Canaan A house, under sus-
picion of having contracted a form of leprosy was also brought
to the priest's attention. The symptoms of green or red hollow
streaks which had eaten into the fabric sufficed for the house to
be closed for seven days. If the disease had then spread, the af-
li ( ted stones were removed, being replaced by new ones. The
house was replastered and the old stones and dust thrown into
an unclean place outside the city. If signs of the pestilence still
lingered in the walls, the whole building was pulled down and
the stones, timber and mortar thrown away in an unclean place.
If the plague had not reappeared, purifying ceremonies were
performed and the priest announced the house as clean.
PERSONAL IMPURITIES: certain physical impurities ren-
dered a man or woman unclean, thus precluding them from en-
tering the sanctuary or touching or partaking of sacred things.
Here again purifying ceremonies were required before they re-
tained their former state of ritual cleanliness.
rdabbinical *Jelt
evisioH
Vr
roqrGntt
>s
April 15 Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
(Repeated on Ch. 2 at 4:30 p.m.)
Host: Rev. Luther C Pierce
April 15 Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Guest: Cantor P. Hillel Brummer
April IS Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Topic: "The Significance of Passover"
$45,000 Raised
For Israel Bonds
At Forte Towers
Three Hunt-red residents of
Forte Towers gathered Sunday
evening at a "Night in Israel" cele
bration and raised $45,000 for
Israel through Israel Bonds and
Capital for Israel stock.
Forte Towers Israel Bond chair-
man George N. Kotin said that
he figure represented nearly 100
per cent increase over the amount
of Bonds sold at last year's func-
tion. "We are gratified at the
response of Forte Towers residents
i to Israel's growing need for de-
vclopment capital." he added.
Mr. Kotin said that a large share
of the money raised by the Israel
i Bond Organization this year will
1 be used to provide jobs and hous-
ing for the thousands of new im-
migrants arriving this year, par-
ticularly irom the Soviet Union. As
many as 50.000 Russian Jews, he
noted, are expected in Israel in
1973, up from only 1.000 three
years ago.
"The great success of the 'Night
, in Israel' was due to the efforts
of the Forte Towers Israel Bond
Committee and the participation of
the many residents in the Bond
drive." Mr. Kotin said.
"The committee is continuing to
contact Forte residents who were
un.ible to attend the Night in
Israel'," he added, 'and we hope
to be able to announce an even
more substantial figure at a later
date."
Miami Black Converted To Judaism
Elected To Board By Jewish Group
WASHINGTON (JTA)Donald Fund by Sept. 1 if they did not
W. Jones. 36-year-old Deputy Di-1 have representatives of Blacks or
rector of Community Relations Spanish-speaking Persons. .
Services in the Federal Justice De- j At a meeting of HWC officials
partment. who is Black and Jewish. I with leaders of the three Jewish
was UMlrif1" elected to .the J agencies, agreement was reached
\ board of the Jewish Social Service | dropping quotes for Jewish groups
; Agency of Washington, it has been
; announced.
which pledged to increase efforts
to aid minorities in their jurisr
dictions.
String Orchestra
Mr. Jones, a native of Orlando,
is the son of the late Rev. John
Jones, a minister of the African
Methodist Episcopal church. He is | p..tttJ|lfr Free
believed to be the first Black Jew rl eienilll T Tff.
named to the directorate of a com-' /-_-, Cimrlav
munity wide Jewish organization l ,OIH t I I millllciV
in the United States. A fr,,c COncert of light classical
Mr. Jones told the Jewish Tele- and ^^l"^H^l*5
graphic Agency that he was con- rented bv the Pierre Mande String
verted to Judaism by Rabbi Jo- W*'n(S '" *'
seph Narot of Miami in 1968. His Miami Beach Aud'torium
wife Carole, is a Methodist Their Prof- Pierre Mande. founder and
,i,ht.vear-old son. Donald Jr.. is conductor of the orchestra has
receiving instruction in Judaism at selected music of all ethni an
home from his father, who plans national groups fo concert
to place bim in a Hebrew school j which is open to the public. Doo.!
soon.
Mr. Jones practiced law in Mi-
ami and was active in civil rights
before joining the Justice Depart-
ment agency which seeks to medi-
i ate racial disputes.
Julius Sankin. president of J SSA,
told the JIA that in electing Jones
, to the board "m< feeling and the
feeling ol all the director- is that
he is eminently qualified and in-
terested in serving tli- community
and the 30 member JSSA board."
I______
^MMiywwnwvy
Mr. Jones' election followed a
demand by the Health and Wei-
fare Council of the I nited Givers ,l)r the evening.
Fund that member groups include
representatives of minorities on
their boards under a quota s; stt m.
will he opened at 6 p.m.
Sandra Collins, soprano, will be
featured in excerpts from operas
and Broadway musicals and folk
rongs. Ellin Weiss. 15, winner of
the International Piano competi-
tion who was awarded the Piano
Guild Gold Medal for superior
piano ability, will play "The
Hungarian Rhapsody" by Liszt
and "The Walt/" bv Chopin.
This program i> sponsored as a
commui itj -' rice by the Miami
Beach Tourisl Development
Authoritj and is presented by the
Miami B ach Cultural Society.
Allen A. Duorkis wili b.- chairman
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
11 NISAN 6:22

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Mr. Sankin stressed that election
'. of Mr. Jones was "not predicated
in any sense" on the HWC's pol-
icy JSSA was one of three Jewish
social agencies warned that they
would be deprived of financial aid
from the area-wide United Givers
THE MINISTRY >f Education
nod Culture i- planninjr to In-
vest II. 250.000 in a community
and sports center in one i the
Western OalUee'a Arab villages.
According to th,- minister's ail-
\isor on Arab Affairs, t'ri Thou.
the center will be experimental
which if successful will awvi
as ii model f"r similar ones in
other Arab village*.
u .in r-yyiHSi
%fc

J0HS
sS
'emces
MOT
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
BETH RAPHAEL (Tempiel. 1545 Jef- an Still Waiting for the Clreat Bab-
I bath." PASSOVER: Monday S a.m.,
! Bh urn Habehorlm-ln Hi ior
Male Firstborn: S:1S p m n lee fol-
lowed by community Seddurim In the
Bklar Audit >rlum Tueedaj v I" ':'
aerm< m t*p!< "Pri : i I .awl Pi :'
I Last!" w.cin.-H.i.iy g:4S a 111 .-. n
a----- i topic: I"'in Questions Still I'nan-
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chaae wered!" 8:30 nm
fcrson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
. Oivid Haab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
PASSOVER: Mondaj 6 p.m. Tuesday
v." a.m., wrmon topic "The Leaven
in our Hearts." Wednesday s SO a m
"rrnon -An Poui (Questions
ICnouah? "
OR OLOM (iem->le> 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. ftabbi Elliot
Winogrgd. Cantor Yehooda Binyo-
min. 13
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave.; T|FERETH ,SRA'EL- 6500 N. Mjam(
American Traditional Judaism. Rab-
oi J. Marshall Taxay. Cantor Sol
Pakowitz. ?
BETH AM (Temple*. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
Sert Baumgard 3
BFTH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Ftabbl Irving A. Wnn-
jart. Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
i- day S:3 p.m. (Coral Way ranctU-
i concluding ^-t ti anniversary wor-
-ip Bervice Saturday Sam. (Coral
ay sanctuary) Hat Mltsvah: Amy.
i ughter of Mr. and Mrs Carl Meyer-
i PASSOVER: (Herbert B. S.-her
(< apel Coral Way) .Monday f. p.m..
i p m (Bpector Hall, Coral Way),
e-^ierregational Beder.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman. 6
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabti Max Sha-
olro. Cantor Leon Segai. 6
>'iiday at sundown. "The Qreat Bab-
I th will he ushered in PASSOVER:
Ii mday and Tuesday evenings, the
Brdortm will b.....lebrated Tuesday
and Wednesday al E IS a.m., ii cub-
aioti of, "Are we IJberated?"
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
Beder and the Beder of Life."
Saturday a m., service* followed bj
hruiii-h with a roundtable discussion
on the subject of the. "Great Bab-
bath." Bunday in a.m.. students of
religious school will conduct a model
Seder PASSOVER: Tuesday and
Wednesday at I .i m Rahbi Maurice
Klein will speak ol the "Fruit ol our
Struggles
ZION (Temple). 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Helfman 16
Friday 8 p.m. Bat Mltsvah: Randi.
dauarhter of Mr. and Mrs Harvey
Relsemnn: sermon topic. "A Link
With the Past." Saturday 9 a.m.. ser-
mon. Bedrah of the Week PASSOVER:
.Monday 7 a.m., Firstborn Paasover
service; ::"" p.m. traditional Paasover
servlci 'in. day 9 g n. sermon topic.
Prom Sla\ > to Freedom." Wednes-
day .' a m sermon topic, "Liberation
-- Then and Now ''
OS-EV SHALOM. 7308 Bonita Dr. Or
vhodox. Rabbi "-neas Weberman
Cantor Leo Rad'i 3C
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor Cavid Conviser. 21
PASSOVER: Mo,.,lav .; ,,., Erev,
Peaarh service: i'.:::'1 p in. eonareaa- "
tlonal Suler. Tuesdav 10:48 am 1 SEPHARDil: JtWI'.H CENTER. 84!
Peaach family worship, parents and Colhns Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
children win pray together ,,,, tins ------*
Festival of Freedom. 1 CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohnm
.. n Passover set
van Merl lauehtet I h 1
Mrs Mot rls \ K iper.
: ZAMORA iTemple). 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Ribhi M ixwell A.
Berger. Cantor P. Hillel Brummer,
1
y t ', p.m, mi bj I.. 1
Max ,-ell Rergei Saturdaj -
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
aky. 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA.
TION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22.A
Gron:r.
32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause
way North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive Rabbi Emmet ANen Frank. Can.
tor Murray Yavneh. 32-A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION. ] AGUOAS AC HIM NUSACH SEFARD
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
PASSOVER: Monday 7 am. Slyum
Bechorlm, followed by shachris (First-
born), eveninK Erev Paaaover.
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ava.,
Rabbi Dow Rezencwaig. Cantor Jo-
seph Moore. 23
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EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing,
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
CONGREGATION, 707 5th St., Mi-
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor
decai Chaimovita.
NORTH /MASH BIACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 102
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schllnsky. Can-
tor Peuvan Eckhaus. 33
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Bead
Blvd. Crnservative. Rabbi Max Lie-
schiti. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson 34
stmsiDi
MOCAN DAVID CONGREGATION,
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabol
Isaac D. Vine. 60
PASS< iVEU: M..inlay '. p m Tu,
9 a m 1' p.m. Wedm ida>> 9 a m G
p.m
FORT lAVDUOAlt
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BETH ISRAEL t temple). 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva.
Brilliant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
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EMANU-EL. 3243 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
Pridaj R:IS p.m., sermon topic, "The
Fifth Queation." Saturday 11 nm.
Rar Mltsvah: Paul, son of Mr and
Mrs Harold Avron. PASSOVER:
Momlay 8:30 p.m., annual community
Passover Seder. Tuesday 11 am.
Paasot cr .-- r\ Ice,
POMFAN0 BUCH
BETH TOV (temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles
Rubel. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. 8
HI Alt AH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolo-idek 15
I ridaj IS p m Saturday 9 a m.
I'ASS< iVER: Mi ndaj a m Ri lemp
lion "f First Born; T p.m., evening
'r,nlay :- 3d a ,,, sermon
topic, "Elijah's Cup." < :i" p.m serv-
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Tree,
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Victor D.
Zwelling. Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
PASSOVER M.....lay 8:3n p.m., Brev
a------- Peaach Tuemlny and Wednesday 's
CONG. AN-NELL (Branch of Hebrew '' ', s'h,"n'i'- '" :l nl junior conare-
AcadcmyV. 7t:, St. ,:nd Meridian ".....'
Aye. orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Ben- --------------
M",el- 25-A SINAI (Temple), el NORTH DADE
-------"------- 18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rahbi
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY Ralph P. Kingsuy. Cantor Irving
SS.1AGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave. Shulkee. 37
n'thelox R.-.bM Tii>or H. st.-r Pr'dny evening sermon topic, -On tin-
Cantor Meyer Engel. aj' Eve ol Peaach ",::.: Baturday i" 1"
Saturday ', p.m Rabbi Stern will dl- '' "' Torali partlon will be studied
" ,,n,[a aaiaau -us a thi ia ha recently flnlahed PASSOVER: Moudai S ::n p.m., short
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Mi iivin miami concariiina ih. lateai ruling ,.1 th, evening service prior to congregatlon-
ami. 117 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi BETH MOSHr CONGREGATION. 22?5 fhlel rabbi of Israel ii his decision on al Seder, Tuesday 10:30 a.m.
Joseph R. Narct. 10 NE 121s* C nservatlve, Rabbi.'onv :-,,,,,. PASSO\ Mondaj --------------
nkel. Cantor Ben Zion "' Pnl Ol I Firstborn, Tu, SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 Nl
MARGATE JEWISH
NW 9th St.
CENTER etftt
[ day 8:15 p.m.. Rabbi Rubel will I '<* f" '.'""l ,l,v annual Paaaover
1 ,- rili sermon topic, "Th< Wan-1 Sed,el u.....'' >" sermun
Jew," followed by One* Bhab- "' cites ti Jewish
!.,l
tol ,
; Life."
I- iday II p.m., Dr Narot will dlscusi
Walter Uppmanii's vie* ,-t man, .lu
: ^m. and the Amerloan De
PAS8OVER: Monday 6:86 p.m., aen
followed by congregational Paaa-
over Serler (reservations only) Tues-
d y 11 a.m.. PasMjver morning service
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SVrf 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnasa. 11
Friday ":.1'i p.m Saturday S:4S am.
s -mon topic. Portion of the Week
'., i.,l 7 a.m.. Fast of Firstborn:
B:$6-B.JB. evening service. PASSOVER:
Tjesday 8:45 am wrmon topic. "The
Kour Sons of The Haggadah: Are
T*r Still With us Today?" 6:3 p.m.
"VealnaT service. Wednesday. 8:45 a.m .
/rm^.n. ,0dc, "The Pour Sons of Th.-
r"- JO P.m. evening aervlcc
Raid,1 stern will apeak on the Free-
dom fi,,m Plagues." u rdn,
SI 'ii will talk about "Th. Coming '",
1 ears ,,f [srai I "
KNCSETH ISRAEL. 1415 Fuclld Ave.
Or.hodox. Rabbi David Lenrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
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MENORAH (Tempsej. 620 79th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
1 owita. Cantor NUo Feldman. 2S
i i-'ni.'.y 8:15 p.m. Saturday :, a m Bar
Mltsvah: Saul, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Arber,
-- ...
NER TAMIO (Temple). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
R.-hbi Euoene Labovitc. Canter Ed-
ward Klein. sjf
sky. Cantor Maunca Mamchea 10 Friday 8:15 p.m.. sermon topic. "We
Klrsehenta 35
I' V8S1 i\ i a.m sermon
topic, !: 1 \\ ednesdnv ',
n nl Dra-
ma in ,, 1

MIAMI BIACH
AGUDATH IShAEL. 78)1 Carlyie Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever.
Mondaj 8 p.m., first Seder. Tues-
day, services jt B ;, m and ,. "" p.m
with the sermon topi,- "Paaaover and
the Emancipation Act "
BETH ISP.AEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
-------e-------
8ETH JACOB 301 Washington Ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmarynhu T. Swlr.
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. 3*
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Zalman Kossows PASSOVER Monday 8:25 p.m., Tues-
day s a ni.. sermon topic, "Who are
tin Four Sons" S;S8 p.m Wednesdny
0 am sermon topic: "Time Mad*
l<. Save M ill. I 1M 11 m
C0MI CAftliJ
JUDEA (Templej. SS00 Granada Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. 40
Friday 8:15 p.m.. "Reaching I'oword."
prayer booklet. Saturd.tv 11;t.-, n m
Kahbath service and Bat Mltsvah :
Lisa, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Shel-
don Palley. PASSOVER: Tuesday 11:18
SHOLOM (Temple). 13.? SE 11th Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Yaarov Renzr.
HAUANDAU
, HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTEH
(Conservative). 416 NE 8th Ave.
Rabbi H.irry E. Schwarta, Cantos-
Jacob Danziaer.
Hourwooo
B^,TH EL (rempie). 1351 S. 141h Ave.
Reform. Ribbi Samuel Jaffe. 43
Pi naj v 1.-, p i ., .|,.js|, music fes-
tival In observance of Jewish Muse
Month r.vssi iVER: Monday :. is p n
Vesper service: 6:15 n m. congrega-
tional Setter nl new Hoh.lav Inn s
7 -in Dr. Tuesday 10:30 a.m. Peaach
family service
BETH SHALOM (Temple). *601 Ar-
t"ur St. Conservative. Rabbi Morten
ft/.alavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 44)
SINAI (Tempie>. 1201 Johnson S-
Conservative. Rabbi David 8hspir->
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 4T
-------a-------
TEMPLE BETH AHM. Conservative.
310 S.W. 82nd Avenue. Hollywood.
Rabbi Salomon Benerroch.
TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal) 5100
Sheridan Street, Hollywoed. Rabbi
Robert Fraxlr,
aaxaVMajB
ISRAEL (Temple). 8820 SW 88th 8K.
Conservative. Rabbi Avrent Drarin.
Canter Abraham Koeter. ag


Friday, April 13, 1973
*Jm1$t) nwiMtoi
Pags II
A.S ,,
Max Lerner
Sees ft
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Israel's Scientist Presidents
1
NEW YORK, N.Y. Just a, the shadow of the Vietnamese
war hung over the four years of Richard Nixon's first term, so
the shadow of Watergate may hanu am r the starting year of his
MH-orid. Ho wdl probably somehow ride out the unraveling scan-
dal, probably by scuttling Patrick Gray as his hapless FBI nonii
nee, and then holding on for dear life. But. meanwhile, it will
II up ins dearest hope to got America back to where it was
in tore the great Fire-happening ol the '60s.
I wrote in an earlier piece that Mr Nixon's aim in his first
term was containment to limit and contain the rampaging forcei
of social change His aim in his second term goes beyond contain
mainment, to Restoration.
That i- how the nation read him during the campaign. His
then hi dream f", his place in history i- to be known a- a i
1 en Abraham Lincoln. Charles do Gaulle and Chou En-lni: to
undo the ravages of civil divisions, in restore the traditional
values. t<> turn back the Greal Cultural Revolul on.
I: i< an ambitious goal, but Richard Nixon ha-' never changed himself on ambition lli- problem now is that his trou
over Watergate -bed a curious light on his high call to re
tore the ill values of honesty, integrity and candor.
Is Mr Nixon': dream of Restoration simply a repeat of
Warren itarding's call for "a return to normalcy?" Not quite.
Hardini was mostlj a slogan, no! .i program or philosophy Mr
N'ixon ha program and some hints of a phlosipln. bot'i ol
which he has si! down in his series of "tit" of the nation mini-
mes ges on budget, taxes, welfare, crime, drugs, penalties
But he has no slogan.
lie calls the ceasefire "peace with honor" and his largei
foreign policj negotiati in, not confrontation." But his domestic
is a negative one-the attack on "softheaded judges." on per-
missiveness'* and the "permissive society." He has not yet put into
a phrase his image of a restored society.
HENRY KISSINGERS DOCTORAL THESIS al Harvard on
Hetternich and the Congress of Vienna, was called "A World
Restored." If Richard Nixon were to write a dissertation on his
domestic vision he might call it "A Society Restored." But the
cra/y part of it is that the moves which have made the headlines
thus far have boen aggressive moves by the executive power
ist the congressional power. Evidently Mr. Nixon feels that
in order to restore the values of the pre-Kennedy society he ha-
to roll back the social and welfare programs of Kennedy and
Johnson and that he has to battle first with Congress for the
pOW I' to do so.
This suggests the difficulties of being both a militant and a
true conservative. For 'he rollback means that he sets in motion
new social divisions in his effort to heal the old ones. With all
Ins victories he must be concluding that you can't win.
Yet Mr. Nixon has some strong forces fighting for him. The
one that turns out to he the most dramatic and impressive is Hie
return of the POWs and its impact on the consciousness of the
nation. Many of us bad worried about what the downbeat mood
,.f the disbanded soldiers would do. Hut the stage has been set
not by them but by the prisoner, and their mood is upbeat
"America, we love you."
While many of them hive tried valiantly to catch up and
keep up with the changed mind-sets and life-ways of today, the
underlying theme of most of them is the rcasscrtum of the abid-
ing values Consciously or not. they see their suffering as the
redemption of what America had almost lost-the sense of
roots, community, patriotism, striving and achievement, work,
familv ties. Richard Nixon couldn't have planned it. but he is
reaping the rewards.
<: "to
\ CATHOLIC STUDENT of civilizations. Christopher Haw
son ha, Written that the crucial triad for the survival of a soci. >
is land religion, family. The Puritan and conservative in Richard
Nixon seem to agree with this. Henee his stress on localism, de-
centralizing, revenue sharing, work, small-town va ues^cmurtry
mu8ic. H. nv h,s White House Sunday services and he^turnto
a religions fundamentalism. Hence, finally, h.s stress on the f. nv
i,v and its ties, on child rearing and what has been wrong with
frpermissiu.ness''). The touching efforts of the POWs to work
out again the broken ties with their children are a mark of how
central the familv still is in American society.
M. Nixon would Ik wiser if he tried less hard -ol back
the items in the social budget whose reduction means heartbreak
or he pcerer families, and if he worked harder no, n.sfo,
he earlier society and the old values but for a fusion o old and
|,r That rafter all. the Usk that confronts the ROW fathers
as they sit up deep into the night with their sons._______________
Bj DAVID SCHWARTZ
;., .1. v. .-I. TelvRrairtil Vr< iii j >
Dr I'phra in K.,:c.ialki. Israels'
presidential nominee, is a scien-
tist.
In Israel, when you run for Pros-
ident, you are net asked any politi-'
cal questions, but you have to piss
an examination in chemistry and
sil s You have to know
about oxygen, hydrogen, helium
and osmosis, Several other candi-
dates for the presidency were con-
sidered, but they didn't know
enough about osmosis.
Weizmann, the first President of
Israel, was also a BCientist. There
are many reesmb'ances between
the two. In the first place, both
were in \meriea when told they
were chosen President i Israelis
are very often in America. They
like to come to America to hear
Zionists sing Hatikvah).
One of Wcizmann's discoveries
hi ed le \lli>'s in World War I.
Similarly, Dr. Katchalski was use
fi.l lo Israel in winning the vvai
for it- independence. Abba Fban.
when presenting the name of Kat-
chalski, said it is too early to re-
veal the cxacl fcientific contribu-
tion made by Dr. Katchalski
Interestingly enough, both VVeiz-
mann and Katchalski special./ed in
the same area the amino acids
Weizmann, by his research in the
amino acids, hoped to solve the
protein problem of the world.
If you mention proteins to some
people they say proleens- shmo-
teens. They can get along without
it. But we can't get along without :
protein. Every man must have 70 I
grams of protein daily in order
to survive. If vou are a woman in
the last stage of pregnancy, you
will need 85 grams. These are ined-'
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We get most of our proteins from ,
meat and agla but they are not
over-abundant. Scientists believe
the amino acids have the answer
The amino acids are like building
: blocks and, given an adequate sup-
ply, the cells of our bodies are \
' able to make the kind of proteins ,
they need from them. How these
; cells are so smart we don't know.
; but they are.
In between Weizmann and Kat '
chalski there were two other Pros- j
idents. Ben Zvi and Shazar.
i
Ben Zvi began as a militant
Zionist. His father spent some time .
in Siberia where he was sent by
the Czar and Ben Zvi had to flee
Russia. Later, during World War 1, |
i he Turkish government got after
both Ben Zvi and Ben-Gurion and
the two Bens fled to Ben Frank
lin's country. Here they worked on |
,i hook on ancient Israel.
It was as a result of this re
search in the Jcwi h roam ol ,:
Now York Public Library that the
importance of the Negev, which
was to become w b:i3ic in Ben
Gui is later program, was first
impresed on him
Ben Zvi was like a chemist or
biophysicisl too. not analyzing veg-
etable matter so much as the id 1
oriental Jewish communities. Ail
the old. neglected little Jewish
sects in Israel including alsc the j
remnant of the Samaritans, were
his friends.
Weizmann was i bit stubborn
For instanc. when he was Presi-
dent, he refused lo move to Jcru-1
salem. The capital for all practical
purposes, at least as far as the
President was concerned, became
Rehovoth. where the Weizmann
Institute tor Scientific Research
was located. It was as though the
Massachusetts Institute of Tech-
nology and not Washington,
was the capital of the I
State.
Ben Zvi gloried in Jerusa
bul h was a little difficult :
For in lance, he didn't like the
re, ..p. Ice in 'ii followi d
'.' hat are they afraid of th
wi 1 run away?" he asked.
Ben Zvi was a bookish man
was his uccessor, Shazar, But
'ar was less antiquity oriented,
eye was on the living present, i
. aps bis Hassidim was his i
standing quality. When he CB>
to America, he vas always -
to go on a pilgrimage to the Li
vitcher Rebbe.
The presidency in Isdael is
course, very different from
presidency of the United Sta*
Tiie President in Israel ne
makes war. But he can make I>
(',i*h His job doesn't pa> v
, i ut he g :ts to meet a lol
i n p iple.

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*Je1stnciidlfrtr
Friday, April 13. 1973
letters to the editor
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
We recognize the many -frd
deeds and charitable works of Leon
J. Ell, and we certainly congratu-
late him for that, but he persists
summary of the morality of the our "finest hour."
administration's first term, and Andso, numerous heart-wrinyngl
must be answered. ** rnmpWgTr speecrTes "and; lSlWO*
Mr. Ell claims that these attacks
are merely the figments of the
with his incongruous defense of I unforgiving imaginations of lib-
President Nixon, particularly in I erals remembering Nixon's role in
his attack on Edward Cohen's I the Hiss affair, and his charges
-'against Rep. Douglas in their
battle for the Senate that she
voted 354 times the same as Con-
gressman Vito Marcantonio, a
Communist sympathizer, which
Leon alleges was a valid campaign
issue, as it indicates that she was
also subversive.
*AL
sop
Continued From Page 4-A
Presidents who have been most
admired has had spotless records
in these areas. The black bag
funding of President Harry Tru-
man's 1948 campaign by Louis
A. Johnson set some sort of rec-
ord as is likely to happen in
desperate circumstances. But to
this country's misfortune, Louis
Johnson was merely rewarded
with the secretaryship of de-
fense.
IF THE records have not been
destroyed, the historians will al-
so find singularly giimey reading
in the politically motivated ter-
mination of the case of Gov.
Sherman Adams by President
John F. Kennedy and his broth-
er, Robert, then attorney gen-
eral. Anyone who knew him
(and loved him) knew that Pres-
ident Kennedy could play pol-
itics much more roughly than
touch football.
In sum. only two things at first
made the Watergate different
from the political shenanigans
of the past. What was done was
far more ambitiously organ-
ized, and it was immeasurably
sillier and more il'-judged. At
first, in fact, it me.-ely seemed
to deserve Tallyrand's remark
to the Emperor Napoleon about
the execution of the Due D'En-
ghien, when Napoleon burst out
that he supposed Tallyrand
thought the execution was "a
crime."
NO, SIRE," said Talleyrand, "it
is worse than a crime; it is an
idiotic mistake."
Talleyrand's remark may per-
perhaps not apply, alas, to some
of the actions that appear to have
been taken after the Watergate
exposure began. All the same,
it is also well to remember that
the American system does not
work very well when the occupant
of the White House is a political
cripple. James Buchanan was a
self-made cripple. Andrew John-
son was made one by partisanship
The consequences were uniformly-
unhappy.
IN THE present case, moreover,
we are not talking about a Pres-
ident leading an isolated, self-
contained America, whose only
problems are domestic problems.
We are talking about a President
who must lead America in the age
of the H-bomb, when the fates of
scores of other nations are bound
up with the fate of the United
States. Israel is just one of them.
In case no one has noticed it.
moreover, we are also talking
about a President leading the
United States in the most danger-
ous period of the H bomb age that
we have yet experienced.
THE ENORMOUS American
margins of power and wealth that
used to ease the American task so
importantly have both disappeared
altogether.
The prevailing ostrich headed-
ness prevents most people from
perceiving this. Yet because of the
changing strategic balance and the
economic and strategic effects of
the energy crisis and several pos-
sible developments overseas, the
netx four years can easily bring the
end of the story of the United
States as a great power.
IN SHORT, there is likely to be
exceptionally rough weather in the
world during the second Nixon
administration.
And if anyone thinks the United
States can safely get through
rough weather with a politically
I do not think it is only the
liberals who have been making
charges of corruption against the
President and his staff. Even in
his own right wing segment of the
Republican Party Mr. Ell would
find himself in a distinct minority
these days on that issue. The
charges are coming thickest and
fastest from the conservatives.
GOP Senators Cook. Weicker.
Mathias, the Wall Street Journal,
and columnist James Kilpatrick,
to name a few.
And even if we forget Water
gate for a moment (and why
j should this past campaign be any
I different than any other for the
past 27 years?), there is a long
enough catalogue to retch any
nose.
Wheat, dairy, railroads, oil, to- ;
bacco. SST, free-spending generals !
and admirals with $35 billion of |
cost overruns and the concom-1
mitant firing (by the President
him;elf! of civil servants who ex-
OOSC them to the Congress, and
illegal campaign contributions by
the millions, and on, and on, and
on.
On this one it's S250 million out
of the Treasury, and $500 million
on that one: there is $750 million,
and then $5 billion: the taxpayer
s hooked for S920 million on that
over-run, with the President's
friend asking for another $108
million, and then finds out that
nending over-runs now total $35
billion.
He says that each program for
poor people is too expensive and
unbalances the budget. He can't
find $50,000 for a child care center
to permit a few ghetto women to
go to work and get off welfare,
and complains that the welfare
rolls are too big with loafers, but
my crooked corporation can get a
killed and 75,000 wounded later,
we brought home 550 prisoners,
and the President promptly cut
out of the budget the funds to re-
habilitate those 75.000 wounded.
Neither he nor the 550 former
POWSs have uttered one word of
gratitude to the families of 15,000
dead, or to the 75.000 wounded,
for their sacrifices in those inter-
vening 45 months to insure their
safe return. Those men were coldly
sacrificed for a campaign issue,
and that is what he calls.'peace
with honor."
Mr. Ell, we could continue end-
lessly tolling the roll of mis-
conduct, and get support from
conservatives concerned about
voter reaction to their re-election i
chances, but why burden the al- !
ready overburdened record.
Edward Cohen, you may sur
mise, may still be angry and un-
forgiving over Nixon's first two
decades in public life, but it was
Dot necessary for him to_ make the
charges of corruption of the past
four years; rightwing conserva- '
lives are doing the job well- !
enough on national television, with
nationwide distribution of conserv-
ative newspapers, and in nationally
syndicated columns. I
Maybe, Mr. Ell, you resent that
some, nay, many, have labelled this
the most corrupt administration in
history, but. as one pundit put it, ;
>ou are free to try to make a
better case for Grant and Harding, j
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Friday, April 13, 1973
CJA Leaders Urge
Passover Commitment
Each year we gather with rjjjnillv 9
d Irietdl fcr the Pass-
Of !; i \
wer lloiid;,;. and >ig>..
of the children of Israel from Egypt, Each yr cannot fail
to be moved as we reflect upon the < ream nurtured bj' the crj ol
"] -| 'I" l| gO."
Horry A. levy Robert Russell
U earn of life .
.'!.. :' is a
dream thai continues 23
years afl : the e tablishmeiit
dl the Jewish state in the
Promised Land. II is a dream
fulfilled for more ilum one
and a half million men. wom-
en and children.
I5;it this Passover, thou-
sands of our fellow Jews are
desperatelj seeking the re-
demption of freedom This
year, 70.000 new immigrants
will come home lo Israel, and to keep our promises to them.
Hinds are urgently needed to avoid curtailment of vital absorp-
tion programs.
Despite a year of record fund-raising, many essential humani-
tarian services have to be CUt, and much remains to be done to
solve the problems of unmet human needs
We musl make certain that in l!>73 the Jewish community
f (neater Miami realizes that the life-saving and life-building
oik of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 50 local, national
and overseas social welfare beneficiary agencies must continue.
Pledges tn the 1073 CJA-IEF campaign must be made and
made now so that our agencies can help alleviate human siif-
ering in Miami, in Israel and in the 25 countries throughout the
.oriel where our hand reaches.
We have promised and pledged and dreamed to alleviate
overcrowding and inadequate housing to offer educational oppor-
tunity, t" teach a new language and a new skill, to aid the lonely
and troubled and aged and sick right lure at home we must
keep our promise-
We have dreamed and it must live.
This Passover, as we prepare to celebrate Israel's 25th anni-
ersary, let us resolve to make the dream reality, to keep the
iromise
Together, let us join in a true celebration of freedom. Let us
ibserve Passover with love and concern for all Jews in need l.cl
as renew our commitment in the knowledge thai with our help
;n dream is impossible.
HARRY y. (HAP) LEV*
General Chairman
1973 CJA-IEF Campaign
ROBERT RUSSELL
President
Greater Miami lewish Federation
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U-M Inaugurates 3-Year
Doctor Of Arts Degree
The University of Miami will
inaugurate the throe-year Doetor
of Arts decree, designed specifi-
cally for those planning to enter
undergraduate college teaching,
beginning in September 1973.
The new doctoral program was
unouneed by UM President Henry
King Stanford following its an
proval by the Academic Affairs
Committee and the Executive
Committee of the Board of Trus-
tees.
Dr. Stanford noted the U-M is
the first private university in the
Southeast to offer the DA., a
program strongly endorsed by the
t Carnegie Commission on Higher
Education and app-oved by the
Council of Graduate Schools in the
United States.
Initially, the degree will be of-
fered in the fields of English,
foreign languages, physic;, inter-
national studies, engineering, his-
tory, and education, aecoidinu 10
Dr. Clarence Stiickwisch, dean of
the Graduate School.
Director ot the new program will
be Dr. M. F. A. Ritchie. Professor
of higher education.
The D.A. differs from other
doctoral programs in that it em-
phasizes broad cultural prepara-
tion rather than centering upon a
research objective. Regardless of
his major field of study, the can-
didate is required to take courses
to acquaint him with the problems
of institutions of higher education.
Included in the requirements
will be a supervised internship in
college teaching and a written
project which may consist of ap-
plied research or creative schol-
arly work relevant to
teaching.
Dean Stuckwisch had this com-
ment on the new d 'gree: "As with
the Ph.D. program, a most impor-
taut concern in establishing the
D.A. program is the quality of the
faculty. They must be knowledge-
able in their respective disciplines,
must be excellent teachers and
should be philsophically and per-
sonally committed to the prepara-
tion of first rate college teachers."
Dr. Ritchie, who has served as
president of two colleges and is
the author of "The College Pres-
ident: Initiation into the Order of
the Turtle," said: "The Doctor of
Arts degree will provide a pro-
gram geared to the real needs of
prospective college teachers and
their students. I believe its estab-
lishment in universities generally
may play a significant role in re-
storing the teaching function to its
rightful place on the American
campus."
On the doctoral level, the Uni-
versity of Miami already offers the
Ph.D. in a number of fields, the
Ed.D. in education, the M.D. in
medicine, the J.D. in law, and the
D.M.A. in music.
International Ball
Slated Saturday
Ambassador Dinitz Making First
Appearance At AIPAC Conference
WASHINGTON The Amer
ican Israeli Public Affairs Com-
mittee (AIPAC) will highlight its
Following the Congressional
luncheon, AIPAC delegates will
attend a briefing at the State De-
partment by Deputy Assistant Sec-
retary of State Alfred L. Atherton.
Other conference sessions will
include a review of U.N. decisions
regarding the Arab-Israel conflict
by Justice Arthur J, Goldberg and
a discussion by a panel of scholars
on the problems confronting
Soviet Jewry.
AIPAC will also adopt its annual
policy statement, which is ex-
pected to call once again for con-
tinuing U.S. aid to ma mi
Israel's defense capacity.
Last week AIPAC welcomed tns
agreement signed on April 6 by
the State Department, the Unit !
Israel Appeal and the Jewi- .
Agency allocating funds to aid
Israel in resettlement of new iin
migrants from the Soviet Unio
AIPAC had urged Congress
approve this grant in 1972, and I ie
1973 Policy Conference is expect
to call for continuation of tba
support.
Soviets Waive Special Tax
On 55 Jews During March
Hebraica Community Center, a
sports and culturally oriented so-
cial complex to be built on Miami
Lakes by the Latin Jewish com-
munity of Miami, is planning its
lirst Debutante Ball Saturday. May
IS. at the Sonesta Beach Hotel on
Key Biscayne, The lovelies that I
will bow to society that evening
Include Ana Terner, Dora Behar.
Julie Benrey, Esther Duenas. '
Luisa Lichy. Jenny Perez, Lea
college i Behar, Fortuna Morhaim, Sandra ,
Huppert, Bather Behar, Perla Rap-
paport, Frirl.i Sapoznik, Betty [
Sapoznik, Cynthia Singer. Esther
Maya, Gilda Drachman, First row:
Lynn Silverstein, Elsa Guralnik,
Ana Gorfinkel, Bertha Klepach and
Kegina Binnun.
AMBASSADOR SIMCHA DINITZ
14th annual Policy ((inference
May 7-8 with a community-wide
celebration of Israel's 25lh anni-
versary featuring the first major
Washington appearance of the new
Israel Ambassador Simcha Dinitz.
Assistant Secretary of State
Joseph J. Sisco and Walworth
Barbour, who recently retired
after 11 years as U.S. ambassador
to Israel, will also attend the May
7 celebration, to be held at Sher-
aton Hall in Washington tinder the
joint auspices of AIPAC and the
Jewish Community Council of
Greater Washington. Irving Kane
of Cleveland, AIl'.V's chairman,
will preside.
LONDON (JTA)Icwish sources
in the Soviet Union reported this
week that during March 1973 the
Ovir (visa bureau) In Moscow ex-
empted 46 graduates from paying
the education tax on their exit
visas.
One graduate was exempted in
Novosibirsk, and two each were
exempted in Kiev, Kishinev, Riga
and Smolensk.
The sources said that apart frorr
those two. no graduates left Kiev
during March. A number of Jews
given exit visas, but many more
without university education were
were refused.
The refusals in Kiev are i.
differently worded. Applicants
told "come hack after two or three
years," the sources reported
The family of Jacob Blank l
the collective farm of /.aporo/h e,
near Kiev, was told, "The collec-
tive farm is against your leavin
them."
A group of Kiev Jews has u.i
ten to the head of the Rothschi I
L'amily in France asking him to
intervene in their behalf so ttia!:
they could obtain exit visas
Israel.
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Gerald I!. Ford have accepted in- j
vitations to the May 8 luncheon, j
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'TJewish Floiridian
Miami, Florida Friday, April 13, 1973
ejection B
Dauers To Receive Atzmaut
Award At Beth Am Dinner
Mt. Sinai Challenges Medicare,
Blue Cross Survey's Findings
Officials of Mount Sinai Medical
Center met last week with the pres-
ident of Florida Blue Cross, the re-
gional director of HEW's Bureau of
Health Insurance, and their advis-
ors. The purpose of that meeting
was for Blue Cross and HEW to
present their findings, after an
eight month review, regarding al-
leged overpayments made by Medi-
care to Mount Sinai Medical Cen-
ter.
However, at this meeting, Blue
Cross and HEW presented Mount
Sinai Medical Center with only
federal funds to care for elderly
patients in need of the best medi-
cal services available.
"Mount Sinai Medical Center
points out that the present Blue
Cross-Medicare position directly
contradicts the prior full approval,
for all the years in question, by
Blue Cross and Medicare of
Mount Sinai Medical Center's Med-
icare claims. Previous annual aud-
its which wore fully accepted have
suddenly been reversed. This is in
pite of the fact that there was
full knowledge of the facts, includ-
partial information on their sur- ing a record of public service and
vey. "This report focused only on medical care, consistently praised
numbers and dollars which they
submitted as the summary of their
findings. No reasons to back up
this summary were presented," ac-
cording to a statement issued by
Alvin Goldberg, director.
"Mount Sinai Medical Center wel-
comed tfie opportunity to hear, for
the first time, an official pre sen- | aj^e action,
tation of the Medicare Rlue Cros
findings. Until now. the hospital i
has heard only rumor, innuendo and j
hearsay reports as transmitted by j
the public media Mount Sinai Mod-,
leal Center very much regrets that
tins one-sided debate has been con-
ducted in an ateiomhore of unen-
lightened and unsubstantiated
guesswork
"That survey, conducted on a
basis of 710 sarm'e cases in an
arbitrary single year chosen bv
Bin" Cross, Is robject to extrem*<
procedural doubt Vourt Sinai
Medical Center ban al id for speci-
fic and ('..'tailed information about
how the surv^v was conducted": in '
particular. Mount sinai Medical
Center will haw to knew how the
sample cases were < le< I er they ar" representative of th"
85,000 Medicare patients admitted
to Mount Sinri Medical Center dur-
ing the years in question, i.e.. 196!)-
72. and how conditions based upon
710 samples resulted in massive dis-
allowances of Med:- payments
over a *ix year period.
"Moreover, it will >> essential
to learn precisely the l>n is on
which these eas s were di'al'owed
Without such ^pacifies, Mount Si-,
n.-.i Medical Center i= unab'e to
by HEW and national medical
groups, Blue Cross and Medicare.
"Mount Sinai Medical Center can
only speculate on the causes of
this reversal, but the hospital sin-
cerely hopes that irrelevant pres-
sures of whatever nature play no
role in this sudden an unoxplain
"Mount Sinai Medical Center i
unable to respond specifically t<
charges which Blue Cross Medi
care have presented non-specifi
caily. Still, the hospital does wish
to briefly respond to these asser
tions.
"The media has reported thr
questioning of tthe. propriety o
the His Bundle test, a valuabl
tool of the cardiologi-1. asslstin'
treatment of selected patients wR'
a broad variety of heartbeat irregu
larlt'es and abnormalties. Th" Hi
Bund!' procedure, primarily i
method for .> more detailed anal
ysis of the hearts' rhythm and con
ductton system than is available ir
'he regular EKG. has been na
tionally recognize*! as a valuabl'
new tool.
The results of this technique
have Ix-on reported in leading mod
ical publications and it is user'
widely by cardiologists and institu
tions across the country. It is rec
ognized bv Medicare as an cstah
lished and useful medical prac
lice and Mount Sinai Medical Cen
tor i-- at a loss to understand the
unexplained disallowance of those
tests, in arbitrarily selected oases
"There have been vague charge
concerning the use of unlicensed
ter wishes to emphasize vigorously
that its billing has always and con-
tinues to be in strict accord with
nationally recognized accounting
and cost allocation practices, nev-
er questioned by Blue Cross, Medi-
care, or the hospital's auditors.
"Absolutely no overlapping or
inwarranted billing has occurred.
uid Mount Sinai Medical Center
.vill continue to review all of it?
osting procedures with Blue
!r088 to assure that no patient is
ever charged for services that arc
not performed.
"Mount Sinai Medical Center be
lieves that its record of public
en ice, its high standard of medi
"al care. anJ its leadership in thfc
field of progressive medicine
peaks for itself. The hospl.a:
hopes that the present dispute wii.
be resolved amicably, fairly, and.
above all, in the patient and puolie
interest."
Dr. Maxwell Dauer and his wife
Reva, will receive the State of
Israel Atzmaut Independence
celebrate Israel's 25th anni\ i
of independence.
Dr. and Mrs. Dauer have be
Beth Am members since 19*
when they first came to Florlc
A full professor in the Depa
ment of Radiology at the Univ
sity of Miami's School of Mcdicir
Dr. Dauer is a leading expert .
medical physics and hospital 6
sign and development. He has co.
pleted 20 years of service as
lieutenant colonel in the medi.;
service of the U.S. Army and u :
assistant medical director of t
Manhattan Project that built t
first atomic bomb.
Dr. Dauer is currently presid.
of the National Medical Cent
Inc.. builder of the 230 bed Miar
Dade General Hospital. He is ai-
president of the Lauderdalc Lak
General Hospital and Medli
Center. Active in many Jewl-
causes, he serves as secretary
i the American Technion Socie
\ward at the Temple Beth Am and as president of Temple Be
Israel Dinner of State April 28 at Am.
.he Kings Bav Yacht and Country I ,.
-.jub Reservations for the dinn
,dance are available by contact!.
The gala dinner-dance sponsored the Israel Bond office, 420 Line
by State of Israel Bonds will also Rd., Miami Beach.
IJIt. and MRS. MAXWELL DAUER
B U R D I N 3 S
respond effectively to the unround- rhytfeians in Mbunl Sinai Medlca'j
ed charges brought again* it. Ul- Center's Ane?theslology and
timatc-ly. these e'a'rr, will have I >
he evaluated bv an independent
judge y. lb '" within the re-
quir m u <>' hw and on the rec-
ord rather than In a closed room.,
"Art """! secretive r>; nin
j i s"- on the part of
Blue Cr b id M licare are net
an accertable device to denrive.
our public of its right te quality
medical car.", or to penalize the
ill by depriving on" of th" leading
nonprofit medical institutions in
the nation its rightful share of
Extradition
Hearings On
For Ex-Nazi
NEW YORK (JTA) Extradi-
tion h?arings opened this week j
for Mrs. Hermine Braunsteiner
Ryan, a fo-mer Nazi concentra- j
lion (lump guard wanted in \
West Germany on war crime i
Emergency Departments. These
rre. in fart references to graduate
doctor* ho'd'n medical degree*
The hosittal has ihorou^hly re-
viewer! its records and finds that
n'l tho*e procedures and all pro
fesrionals in Ui>se department*
have b^cn rrov>rly supervised by
licenced attending rhv4cians.
"Mount Sinai Medical Center ha
-no of the hi'ii t ratios of attend-
In- ane th isiol "gists to resident an
estheiologi t- in the country.
Mount Sinai's Emergency Services,
Unit is among the bast equipped
and professionally staffed in the
country.
"Questions have alo arisen con- j
corning the use of unlicensed physi-
cians to read electrocardiograms.
.'> mt Sinai Medical Center looked ,
into this issue as soon as it arose. I
A. few physicians who were un-:
licensed in the State of Florida,'
(all highly trainad and some li-;
censed elsewhere) were in fact1
found to be reading electrocardio-
gram;, within the context of the
teaching program. Le38 than two
ncr cent of the EXGs during the
years in question were thus af-
fected,
"However, since the beginning
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I RESSES. DOWNTOWN '' Ml,
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Federal Judge Jacob Moshler of 1972. Mount Sinai has gone be-
poedponed the bearings pending yood the requirements of the
arrival from West Germany of State's Medical Practice Act and
the convl'te dossier of docu- since that J-.te. no one but a 1
ments related to the case.
Mrs. Ryan's defense c unsel.
eepsed physician in the State of
Florida has been permitted to read
Leo Barry, contends that Mrs. EKG's at Mount Sinai.
Barry's citizenship was revoked ; "Mount Sinai Medical Center has
illegally by immigration of-1 also read about purported "double
ficials in 1971. I billing." Mount Sinai Medical Ccn-


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The
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Israel Independence Rally May 7
Signs Sen. Gurncv, Beach Symphony
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ich Syi :" iftolL1 [ii Zionist Federatioi of
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ward J. Gu i. ai lest a
mil} ide rally
al tl 'i. ni ich Convei i
i! 'i May 7 which will
Israel Independence Day.
Signing of the Beach Symphonj
wa- announce by Mrs. Milton
Green, national vice president of
the American Zionist Federation,
sponsors of the official celebration
of Israel's 25th anniversary of
statehood. ,
Mrs Green, who also is pies-
llillel PI A Hears
Louis Goldstein
The llillel Community Day
School PTA met Tuesdaj al the
school to hear Lois Goldstein.
supervisor of Youth Service* tor
the Jewish family Service discuss
"Hov to Enci urage Positive Atti-
tudes in Your Child."
I ;i h >ol's second annual Sci
i ni e Fair took pla < this week
with John Aycoc'K. area superin-
tendent, Browai I ounty Schools,
Mrs. Connie Bright, South Brow
ard High School Guidance Coun-
- lor, and Sam Oppenheimer, staff
i ber of Sheri Ian Vocational
School, ;i- judges. Trophies were
awarded for the mosl original pro-
I in wades kindergarten
through eighth.
Model Sedarim will be con-
ducted for the entire school this
week. The Model Seder for nursi ry
through third grade was to be held
at Hi a.m. Thursday; the upper
grades fourth through eighth
will hold theirs Fridaj hi 10 a.m.
An original l s?ovor play also was
in be presented Thursday by the
first grade under the direction of
their teacher, Miss Groman. Cur
tain time was scheduled at 9:30
a.m.
International Hall
Slated Saturday
The fir-t annual international
ball, a gala continental-style for-
mal dinner-dance to help finance
the Inter-American Festival is gel
for Pan American Div. Saturday at
7:.0 p.m. at the Doral Reach Hotel.
The Inter-American Festival is a
series of cultural, educational and
business-oriented events to he held
here throughout July.
Among members of the ball's
executive committee are Mrs. Her-
bert Levin. Mrs Richard Marx.
Mrs. Lester MishCOn, Mrs. Lewis
Rosenstiel and Mrs. Harry Zucker-
man.
Among guests will be Mr. and
Mrs. William Pallet and Mr. and,
Kn, Donald Kaan.
.1. il Sen. Ed en r Unit il States Sen-
i m ccptcd hi i
'. m< mbi r oi I lu i ngri -1 sini
Jan S, Si i Gi m > vj Ited
... 1971 1 ha bei
sid<,..! oi oi the .'. wi h nato
upn tei duiing both
\. arsaw Ghetto
30th Anniversary
\h morial Slated
'1 he United W ui iw Ghetto
I i n mi : c the | die to n
rl II h nni
I Warsaw i tto Up
. ihi r School Vu
rium 1424 Dn xi A- e \K. in
h.
Barn -tI Breeskin con 'u<
Ii N'-'tl Drczi al in piai i
.:
Mi I on :.
music I irin
he *i> n ii lyi of the
. atn liti s ... i msl the Jewish
. le,
ii Max Shapiro of Congrega-
Mon Beth Kodesh will sue the
keynote address and Cantor Leon
- gal Will recite the prayers and ;
the El Mol< j Rochamin.
hi \,. .hi e,
i co pon ored various
!, on ai I to
Sci ;i
: ken frequi liy i
1 il for Ii : Bon Ii i I
t'niti (i Jewish Appeal.
[)u g World War II, he rose
: i private to Ii' uten ml
on lie Sili -.' S ar and swiftly
i fron .tin i
first "' and
pi.I.-or of Winiei Pa Fia
A mimber of the key Ju Ii i n
i omm I' Sen. Gurney is one of
;\ membi rs <>t thi select sub-
committee investigating the '
' .\ nt.
' [oi : Hay 7 r .".
i will be held or Ili
anniver
lin, :. u i..
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f f i ce
.;. raid Schw artz.
.- : Si \\ lid tl) meeting
- ar
. i i
I I States,
n.-orci Israel 25
......i the Grei t< >!iami
deration and by all con-
utueiii groups ot Ihe Zionists.
Pcke d at -l and $2 for
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Friday. April 13, 1973
3 Cantors Lead 3rd Seder;
Ambassador Doron To Talk
Cantors JM Adler. Abraham Scif
sr.d' S^fcJ-JJreeh will peiforni at
the com'rnunitywido Third Seder
V.ednesday night at tiie Fontaine
bleau Hotel sponsored by the
J-rael Histadrut Council of South
F.orida. A capacity audience of
1000 persona will attend the sa-
line to Israel's 25th annlversarj of
;- -ppcn.ience, aceoidin;.; lo chair
tr n Jr.rob Rifkin
Mr. Hifkin ^aid Cantoi Adler of
Te.-npio Emanu-EI. Can:or Seif of
Kneseth Israel Congregation and
' antor Breeh of Temple Beth
Raphael will take p;iit in an orig-
. Hag] idah, Festival of Free-
i m, produced and directed by
Shmuel Fershko, Israeli con-
ductor, composer and pianist.
, nbassador Jacob Doron, fe-
el's i n' oj ;>i Ihe United Xations
: Deputj Permanent Represent-
ative t;j the UN Mission, will'be
l principal speaker at the testi-
i. ..!;.! lo Mr. .'-ihI Mrs, Samuel
F instein i .' Miami Beach.
Mr, Fd isti in is president of the
.' ael Hi tadrut Council, a na-
tional leader in the Labor Zionist
M ment and active in both
]-...r B "ui nnd the Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund. He and his wife, Rebecca,
ire major contributors to"' the
Israel Histadrut Foundation*
Mi's. Jack S. Popick, wife of the
chairman of Histadrut's business
and professional division, and
newscaster Ken Taylor will nar-
rate the Haggadah.
Moe Levin, chairman of the;
hoard of the Israel Histadrut Coun-
cil and national vice president of
the Israel Histadrut Foundation.
i" > i as toastmaster.
Bernard B. Jacobson. national
executive director of the Israel
Histadrut Campaign and acting
executive vice president of the
National Committee for Labor
will hue speaking honors
a ith Amba isador Doron.
Dr. Leon Kronish, national hon
orary chaiiman of the Third S lei
md ph iirma i of the board of the
Israel Histadrut Foundation, will
report on "Israel at 25."
He al n n rves as chairman of
the national rabbinic cabim t for
Israi i Bonds and a< associate gen
eral chairman oi the 1973 CJA-IEF
i ation,
Mr, Levin said the Third Seder
here is the second largest such
celebration in lac nation, ex eeded
oniy b> ,hc Kktadrul banquet i
S !w TorK.
Proceeds of the Third Seder wi 1
be "-ed for the expansion of the
Sidney ind Lillian Bolotin Medical
Center at Brersheba. one of tiie
most significant institutions of the
riutadrut Kupal Holim.
Kupat Holim serves the medical
needs of more than 75 per cert
of Israel's population wj i; a
nationwide network of iv hi spitals
and sore8 of medical centers and
hundreds of clinics.
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Friday, April 13, 1973
Lchrmun Scholarship Ball Sets
Spanish Theme, bearing Goal
Fifth annual S< holi.
Id April 28 in the
Ball

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hi-tory. Wurrj
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A'cmen's Division Dreamforce volunteers are shown
'6 at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation be-
fore the lights went out! From left are Mrs. Edwin Op-
penheim, South Dade campaign coordinator; Mrs.
Morton Gettis, North Dade campaign coordinator; Mrs.
Morton Weinberger dial-a-dream chauman and Mrs.
Salmon Bader. North Dade campaign coordinator.
'Dreamforce' Stayed By
Phones During Blackout
' en the lights went out in Miami hst week, most businesses
an households came to a screeching stop with one major
exception.
Th Greater Miami Jewish Federations Women's Division
Drt&mfc-rce stayed by their phones to "bring a little light into
! !< s lives."
V .ding to Mrs. Dennis Rands, a Dreamforce member.
'"Ft >p! were home in the dark and feeling a little lonely and our
cal were most welcome."
When the power failed, our Dial-a-Dream volunteers spon
tul> adopted the theme of 'bringing a little light into peo-
- by explaining to them how their contributions to
II 1973 I.JA-1EF campaign could help make impossible dreams
conn lie," she said.
So icS 17.000 in pledge* have come in in the five days since
v. 'vc launched Dial-a-Dream," said Mrs. Morton Weinberger.
Dial a-Dream chairman.
Thi volunteer Dreamforce. using either Dhone facilities fa-
st 'ed for them in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation building
oi their hrme phones, calls ether women in the Greater Miami
area to urge their 'plus-giving' to the Women's Division CJA-
IEF campaign.
P .living' is the Women's Division term for CJA-IFF L'ifts
are above and beyond the family or business campaign
; 'go
1 's a way for women to be personally involved in helping
Ji less fortunate than they are," said Mrs. Irving Wexler,
v men's Division president.
L'nder the leadership of Mrs. Leonard Friedland. Women's
! -ii n vice president for camralgn, the Women's Division foal
is 100 per cent participation in our cameniun for the
.1,1 imen of Greater Miami. "I tv-l that Dial-a-Dream will
in. g r. very close ,0 tnal 8<>al," sIk' '1(!(lf'd.
p ids from the annual CJA-IEF campaigns help fund 50
; nati tnal and overseas social welfare agencies and services.
22 v h.. are Miami based.
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Friday. April 13, 1973
Shmurah Matzoh To Students At Yeshiva School
Jewish community leaders meeting at the Fontainebleau
Hotel last week to make plans for the Jewish National
Fund's 70th anniversary, and the 25th anniversary of Is-
rael included (from left) Abraham Grunhut. vice president
->i JNF; Dt. Irving Lehrman, chairman of the southern re-
gion of JNF, and president of the Synagogue Council and
udge Zev W. Kogan, president of the southern region of
NF.
Yeshiva Day School was to hold ; authentic as possible and we there-
a model Seder Thursday at 1 p.m. fore are making the hand made
with the children from kindergar- j Shmurah matzoh available to our
ten to sixth grade assuming dif-i students."
ferent roles at the Seder table. Yeshiva Day School is presently
The school will distribute several
Shmurah Matzoh to each of the
school students.
Shmurah Matzoh hand made in
.New York, is baked from special |
flour kept under constant super-
vision. It is guartfeu against moist-
ure from the time of harvesting
the wheat in the field to the ac-
tual baking process.
Rabbi Stanley Weiss, principal
of Yeshiva Day School said, "It is
our desire that the Seder be as
in its third year with an enroll-
ment of 85 students. Located at
390 NE 171st St. it is accepting en-
rollments for next year from nurse-
ry to junior high school.
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Friday, April 13, 1973
+JmiSt) fit ri far
Beth Israel Presenting
Israeli Passover Festival
PrS srLsss x\ts if* rtrAprii
tival celebrating the 25th Anni- pn' ln tho Miami
3each Auditorium.
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Tlie show will feature Jo Aniar,
an Israeli international singing
star, who lias recorded more than
oO albums and has appeared on
television and radio throughout
the world.
Joining Jo Amar on the program
will be The Ayalons. one of tho
top Israeli singing and comedy
groups who have appeared at Radio
City Music Hall and Carnegie Hall.
Bmil Cohen, Yiddish American
humorist, will alto be appearing
in the show.
Tiekpts the performance may
l)" obtained al the Miami Bi a
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Auxiliary Taps New Offices For 1973-
Miami Beach Auxiliary of the
Jewish War Veterans will install
officers for the coming club year
Thursday. April 19, at 8:30 p.m.,
in American Legion Hall.
conductress; Mrs. Malvena Rosen-1 ter of ceremonies at the installa-
bloom, historian; Miss Sylvia AI-ition, Mrs. Lillian Schoen, depart-
pert, guard, and Mrs. Sydell Brooks. | ment president, will conduct the
flag bearer.
induction, and Billie Kern, imme-
diate past national president, will
honor Mrs. Bessie Gibber, outgoing
president.
qian f~- mmw u j j Irene Cooperman, past depart-
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vir.s. I'earl Herman, president: Mrs._____________________________
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Friday, April 13, 1973
Temple Zion
April, May
Temple Zion, the Conservative
congregation at 8000 Miller Rd. in
South Dadc, is in the midst of a
full program of spring activities
scheduled for April and May dur-
ing its year-long 25th anniversary
celebration
In addit on to regular Passover
services and activities, April pro-
grams include the USY all-night
study group this weekend at the
temple, the religious school pre-
Stder on Sunday, the general mem-
bership and election meeting April
24. and the annual father-child
: i |oi thi Men's Club Sunday.
April 29
Durini ay, the Mr. and Mrs
C\ ill h;; scheduled a boat trip for
M.-iy 5. Formal installation of new-
]\ elected officers of the temple
Will be May 12.
The gal. Temple /ion 25th anni-
versary S] Ping dance will be the
night 'of May 19 at the temple.
This will oincide with the May
20 parade in Miami Beach in cele-
bration of Israel's 25!h anniver-
sarj in which members of Temple
Zion will participate.
The congregation is registering
children ages 2'* to 5'a years for
i, new summer program which will
extend from June 25 through July
2"., from 9 a.m. to noon daily
A staff of experienced teachers :
Announces
Schedule
under the direction of Linda Ka>
!r.n will direct the activities, in-
cluding arts and crafts, music and
dancing, Sabbath observances,
story time, science experiments,
water play, a field trip and a cook-
out.
The temple features large
air-conditioned rooms, a modern
playground, a music room, and:
kitchen facilities. Classes will be '
kept small so registration will be
limited.
Further information on any of
Temple Zion's programs may be
secured at the temple office.
B. B. Rienvenida
Installs Slate
The Pienvenida Charter of
B'nai B'rith Women lias gphedul 'd
its installation lunchoon for
Wednesday al noon. April 25. in
the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Helen Mandel. charter con-
sultant, will install the group's
president and board of directors.
The afternoon will feature a
fashion Fhow presented by Dina
Rotbart. Chairmen of the Jay are
Mrs. If. thwart! and Mrs. Irving
Price.
C. G. Optimist
Oratory Contest
'Listen World9
The twelfth annual Coral Gables
Optimi t Cub oratory contest was
to be held in the City Commission
Chambers at Coral Gables City
Hall Thursday at 8 p.m.. according
to chairman Ainslee R Fcrdie.
In addition to a boy"; oratory
onl st which can lead to the in-
ternational finals and a college
scholarship, there was to be a
separate girl's contest.
Contestants, al! of whom arc
under the age of 16. were to speak ,
on the topic. "Listen World!"
Hillel Foundation
Needs Books On
Judaism, Israel
Th" new Hillel Foundation of
tflami Hide Community College,
North Campus, is asdting the sun
port of the community to help in
establishing a Jewish library for
[the young people on campus.
Books having to do with Juda-
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archeology and Israeli histor> will
be acceptable.
Books will be accepted at the
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Mode! Seder,
Holiday Dinner

irday mi rnin?,
.' I a Religious School will hold
I d< iwth Religious
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Mrs ,: Berman, | rin ipal of
the sch 10I announced thai stu
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'mi ible for making the cere-
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Jud. a will .< |tj ann al C
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Ron hcnVsh. TcCes
yi/j facre* Occasions commene*
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L,ho needs a hand not a handout,
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Friday, April 13, 1973
Question Box
bath," to mean that they shall
"wait" and anticipate the Sabbath
Placing the Ch.al'.oth on the table
before lighting the candles is symp-
tomatic of the anticipation and
the anxiety which the Jews ex-
Miriam Fried
Israeli Violinist
At Beth Sholom
Miriam Fried, young Israeli
violinist, wi'l annear in concert at
Tcmnlc Beth Shdlom. on Saturday,
at 8:30 p.m. .
Miss Fried s program will in-
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
(OltfTS Jewish Telegraphic Agency) I
Hhy does Jewish tradition re-
quire that the Challoth be placed \
on the table before lighting the j
Sabbath candles?
The spirit of the Sabbath re-i
quires that a Jew only make use of \
those things on the Sabbath that
have been de?isnated for some ac- cla!m that ,ho da>'s of the wcck
tivity which is permitted on the arc blessed because of the Sabbath.
Sabbath. If the candles are lit' and ,ne-v dcPcnd on the Sabbath
first on the table, it means that i sP'nl/or/n^r iu'f'11",c"tjIf tho, the first prize in the Queen Elia-
the table has been designated to j f"*"" of ,ne Sabbath finds the bcth of Be|gi,im Competition in
support the candles and one, ,able emPty (le- the Challoth are1
may not handl? candbs on the not even on in ,hon for somc
Sabbath because of the fire which sma" moment the Sabbath finds
is prohibited on the Sabbath. Thus and nas an emPtv tabIe-
one would not be permitted to use j Blessings in Jewish tradition re-
quire fullness. The bread on the
table designates fullness and sub-
stance which it is hoped will spill
over into the week to come. Fur-
thermore, the presence of the Chal-
hth on the Sabbath table makes! with Ivan Galamian.
Friday appear to be like the Fri \n 1968. Miss Fried won first
day in the wilderness when tho prize in the Paganini International
portion of Sabbath bread was al- Competition in Genoa, Italy. A
ready at hand even before the day i nrotcgee of Isaac Stern, she made
of the Sabbath came. ner \cw York debut at Carnegie
In a general sense, this require- "a" 'n '
the table on the Sabbath.
If. however, the Challoth are
placed on the table before the
candles are lit. then the table has
been designated to hold food, and
food, of course, may be handled
on the Sabbath thus making it
permissible to use the table on
the Sabbath.
perlence in looking forward to the! elude Mozart's Sonata in B Flat !
Sabbath. Major and the Prokofieff Sonata. ]
_ and several shorter works of
T^-*.8* Ht? .."h, Brahms. For her encores, she will
nlay some new music from I-rael.
Her accompanist is David Golub. ;
Miss Fried, who was awarded
1971. was born in Rumania and ;
emigrated to Israel as a small
child.
She graduated from the Rubin
Academy of Music in Tel Aviv at
the age of 16. On a scholarship
from the America-Israel Cultural (
Foundation, she then studied in j
Furope. at Indiana University, and j
at the Julliard School of Music
Another reason g;ven for this
requirement is the description in
the Bible regarding the Manna on
the Sabbath It is written that the
children of Israel shall prepare
what they will use on the Sab-
bath before the Sabbath. Thus the
Sabbath portion of Manna was al-
ready prepared on Friday.
Likewise are the Challoth placed
She has appeared in recitals
and with orchestras in Israel. Italy.
Sweden, Switzerland. Belgium.
Central America, and Canada, and
was a main feature of the 1971
Holland Festival.
Miriam Fried has been soloist
vith the National Orchestra of
Belgium, the Israel Philharmonic,
even before the Sabbath actually | the Baltimore. Seattle, and other
arrives. symphony orchestras.
merit indicates that the fulfillment
of a religious experience is not a
simple mechanical performance
limited in time to the exact dura-
tion of the experience. It is a holy
experience which transcends the
boundaries of time, in the sense
that the Sabbath spirit is felt in \
on the taM' before kindling the the preparation for the Sabbath
lights to indicate that we also have
ar-d our fo-d before the Sab-
bath and thus the Sabbath find*
i no taoie alreauj sit before it
commences.
The rabbis translate the verse in
the Bibl" which reads, "The peo-
ple of Israel shall keep' the
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school conducted by Rabbi
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Academy, (below) among those
taking part were" (from left to
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i Irving Firt?l, president.
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Bernard Austein, Milo C. Dombush. Freda

Goldstein, Louis Motzin, Edwin J. Sabath
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Special Assistant to Secretar) < State William P, Rogers fr Refu-
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a contract transferring the funds
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ciation of Miami has opened its
first branch office at 3753 Bird Rd..
ai the northeast corner of inter-
section of Bird and SW 37th Ct.
The Association's petition for
permission to establish a branch
was granted by the offir? of the
Florida State Comptroller in Talla-
hassee Fob. 21.
In the interim, a temporary
trailer facility has been located on
the property while the general ,
landscaping and property improve-
ment project is under way.
Franklin Savings and Loan was
established in 10f>2; its main office
is at 124 E. Flagler St. in the
doivntown area.
Billy E. Miller is president of
the Association, and Fred B.
Hartnelt is executive vice pres-
ident. Anthony G. Caruso is man
ger of the Association and the
new branch.
A Happy Passover To All .
PENNY'S PLACE
"Large and Half Sizes For Today's Woman"
PENNY BASMAN O/vnet
5863 SUNSET DR., SOUTH MIAMI 666-7525
A Happy Passover To All .
CARILLON HEALTH CLUB
Leo and Dorothy Voqelfariq
6801 COLLINS AVENUE 865-7561
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALI
LOUIE'S FLOWER FASHIONS
Complete Flora! Service
Wire Services & Delivery
2801 BISCAYNE BLVD. Phone* 573-3427-573-7595
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
FROM
KENDALL JEWELERS & GALLERIES INC.
9023 SW. 107th AVE. Phone 279-4410
:t J. Sullivan, vice president cf Lenox China, p.e-
ii Plate cf fine china the first to be m
by an \merican company to Mr-?. Vera Golovensl
r.iltu Ihe Israeli Consulate in N.V.. wh
lerleider, director of the Jewish Museum 'n
group is stendin I I of a
cticnol i plates in the mu
th*> i ."-'. plan Dve [rot
Goloven y
ty con ..'..' ;.
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JOE'S AMERICAN SERVICE
MR. J. NiZZO, Owner
830 N.E. 79th STREET 754-6255
A Happy Passover To All .
TR! CITY ELECTRIC COMPANY
2930 N.W. 7:!i Street, Miami
Phone: 642-7822
THE HILLEL COMMUNITY
DAY SCHOOL
wishes the entire Jewish Community
A very Happy and Joyous Passover
A Happy Passover To All .
DAISY'S ORIGINALS, INC.
6270 N.W. 37TH AVENUE
OX 6-1430
RENATO LEVI, President
A Happy Passover To All .
WHEELER-WALKER, INC.
3811 N.W. 2nd Avenue 576-0130
JACK WALKER, President
A Happy Passover To All .
TITAN AGENCIES, INC. (Fla.)
8101 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD, MIAMI
DADE-751-9765 BROWARD 524-1141
A Happy Passover To All .
.A5L?T0VEREPA,R',Nc-
127 N.W 5th St. phone 373.0562
A Happy Passover To All .
METAL TECH. CORP.
1060 E. 33rd St., Hialeah Phone 691-4221
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UGAl NOTICl
NOTIjC* UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOME IS UKUKHY (JIVEN (hot
(Persian, d, desiring to e.ntrnae in
_Jp ttGAl NOT/CE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OWEN that
the ii.it!. islirned. desiring to hhmiv in
. business under the fictitious name of
" fili'AI",t, '!,S!i0<'.'.ATES "ARBiaON SCHOOL P MollEUNG
Jlili Street. Hlnlenh. F!a. In-IOF CORAL CABLES at 233 Araaon
,te"";j;| ""> w'u5 av.inM Coral Cables. Florida intend*
Ll'IT.. t-lrcult (our of Datle.tr. reglater said name with lh Clerk
of thi- Orouit Court of Ha<1p County.
Florida.
BAKBIZON SCHOOL '>F MODRLINO
AND FASHIONS, INC. -- Self Owner
By: ALBEHT J. BEER, President
t/13-30-37 .".4
ZABLO
oiidn,
PAI1. J. SANTIAGO
?/-.in 4 r.-t'i
in Trti circuit courVof the
ELESfSNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENEHAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
lit CARE NO. 73-SV7
-. 'VR" Bv PUBLICATION
IN RE: WlE MAHIII w;i; OK
MAICUt^f W. R1IMHJJ.
PetlthMcr.
FRANCBi HH'IH.E,
Reapogfcni
Tim BUnci:s isinni.ic. Respon-
dent. of.K.I). If.. Fox Road. Media
Pennsylvania ABE Hf.'KCIJY NOTI-
FIE1) to file your wrltlm defense to
thia Dissolution t.f .Marri.-iKe with the
tTourt's Clerk anil serve a ..,.y u|,n
Plaintiff's Attorn, vs. \ i\ ZA.VKT
. SMITH. Suite 4K, l-n S..uth Dixie
flay.. Coral CaM. Pk.,i,i:..... ,.,
before the 14 day of May, 1!-T:i else I
the Complaint will I..- taken ns'.-on-
teased.
DATED: April 4. 1973.
RICHARD P RHINKER. rierk
BT: R. M. KISSEE
Deputy i id k
(Circuit Court Seal)
4 8-13-30-37
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
OTICE IS HEitKc.) GIVEN that
thf umlf.iMBn.d. dealrlng to fengage In
business under the fictitious names of
VESPA HONDA OF Id STREET.
HONDA OF 36 STREET, ami VESPA
HONDA at 3112 N.W. Win Street. Ml-
ami. Florida intends to raaiater said
name with ih- Clerk of the Circuit
<"ourt or Bade Counlv. Florida,
VESPA MIAMI. INC.
SI.MnN, HAYS St CRI'NDWEIIO
Attorneys for Veana Miami. Inc.
(08 Atnsley llulldinir
.Miami, Florida 38132
1/11.20.27 5 4
Abraham. .Ik of MM came down
from NT ;|t years ajro. He Is sur-
vived l.y his wife Diana Zalilo, sons
l>avld and Randy all of JIB He was
the miner of Cy Clyde's .Men's Shop*
of Miami and Miami Beach and
Ucntlcy's Men's Wear. Founder anif
past president of the Men's Fashion
fluids, a founder and member of the
hoard of directors of Temple Emanu-
Bl .Member of .Mahi Shrine. Hibiscus
ldre 27:. FAM. Miami Beach Elks
1-odKe 1 KOI. Miami Bench Civic
I.chku. and Miami Beach Exchange
flub. In lieu of flowers, family sup-
jrests donations to the Miami Heart
Institute. Interment will be in N.T.
at the Riverside 74th St. chapel.
Local arrangements l>> Rlversld.-
Memorial Chapels. 1920 Alton Rd..
MB.
bitusncs
Anna. S4. of MB. River-
a ;.,. of rlallandale,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
- NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY "IlVEN that
the undersign-.I desiring tt. cngAKi ill
busin.-M.umI.. the fiotiiiou.. name ..f
ARTHUR I.EE .11! WHOLESALE
MEAT at r.:'l s u o-l11. Street. S
Mlnml. Fla int. rid t.. .. mslcr
name with tin- t'1-rk of >he i
Court of Dad., .'"inu. l-*l..i ida
.lOSBPH h si tci'TKH
PIIII.1I* I.EITNER
4 K-13-30-!"
Bain
In uit
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORlnA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-8553
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE
ADEL1NA SI ii't iltlli i
ami
I!A Y.\H\'l>i 1 Si ii'oKRi i
TO: RAYMI'NDU SOC>RRO
A 3': VltOS ntr. l.uz y
i ii llanlata, Repnrto i.ninmn
Havana. Cuba
Vol.' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Diaanlulion of Mar-
ring! lias been filed against you and
you are required to aervi a copy "f
...in written defenses if any. to II ..n
- I David I-; Stone, attorney for Petl-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS turner, whose address Is |..i \ w. 12th
Iwnue, Miami. Florida T. I 338-4222,
and file the original with the clerk of
.he above styled court on or before
m.iv Id, l!7S; otherwise a default will
tie entered agalual you for the relief
demanded in the complain! or pi ti-
tlon
This tot lea shall be published once
each week for f<-ur consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FIXIRIDIAN.
W1TNES8 my hand and the senl of
sa .1 court at Miami, Florida on this fi
lav of April, 1978.
RICH A HO P. BRINKER
\ Clerk. I'iieuit Coui l
Bade County, Florldn
i;\ C. P if PC' AND
\s D.i.utv Cli rk
hi. nil i '..in t Seal)
STONE X SoSTi'Hl.V. I' A.
101 N.W li'th Avenue
Miami. Florida
Attoi ii. \ for Petitioner
4 13-30-27 -. 4
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY < IlVEN thai
the underalfrned. desiring to etn-aire in
business under 'he fietiiion* name f
ASSOCIATES IN MEDICINE at 333
Arthur Oodfn-y Road, in the City of
Miami Beach. Made County. Florida.
intends to renisiei saj.l name witli Hie
t'lerk of the Circuit Court of Da.le
County. Florida
DR. LESSER .<; ASSOCIATKS. PA.
333 Arthur (iodir.y Road
Miami 1'.. :i.ii Florida
KI'HT WELLISi'H. ,\.|..rney at Law |
Attorney for
Bit IJCSSER & ASSi" IATI-S, P.A.
Suite 200B. 1*1 Aim- ia A\ i
Coral GaMea. Florida
4 6-13 20-27
AXELROD.
side.
: COHEN. Bliai
Riverside.
I GiLSON. Samuel, f Hollywood.
! Riverside.
HINKES, William. 80. 3840 Indian
Creek Or. Hla.sl.ern.
milstein. George, 7. UN NE I91al
SI NMB Riverside
PALTER. Louie. 81. 8880 NE 78th St.
Rlaeberg
SCHWARTZ. Fannie. 7S. "f Poinnano.
Li vilt
WHITMAN. Maiv. 88. II Pinta ltd..
Bay Heights. Gordon.
WINTON. Herman Coleman. 74. t.f
MB Rlveralda
BERKOW'TZ. Samuel, 31, :i:......'iiiiin-
Ave .mi: Riverside
FiNEMAN. Maurice, T:'. m' MB New-
man,
fhanzblau. Karl, of Pembroke
Pines Kl\. ralde.
GOLD. Sally, 7v. ir.no Bay Rd.. MB
I., vilt.
. Llir-MAN. Samuel. 78. ill .Ml! New-
man.
marks. Myer, 7. :"" Meridian \ie.
MB. Levitt Interment Mt, Sin il.
SHAPIRO, (iertrude. 7s. .'117 S\\
17th Av*. Gordon,
BURICK. Molly, 7:. of Mil Newman,
ECKELMAN, MotTlci 34, of Fort
1 aii.lerdale Riverside.
I HUNTER. I...ui-. 77. ..I Miami Riyer-
",,|e.
LEff. m Murry, of Miami River-
Bide
Leslie. Harriet, 74, of \.\ilt River-
side.
PASHKIN. Abraham. 71. of Miami.
Riverside.
Schwartz. Michael a 81, of MB,
Rlveraldi
Sirull, Martin. 38, id"" S\V nth
Ct, Gordon
SLATER. Alice R
id,,
.1 Ml! Civ
IfCAl NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
* OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1778
In RE Estate of
CHARLES MORBCRiiER
decc.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor- an.I All P.-i...... Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Ak-ainsl Said
Estate:
Tog are hereby notified and required
to present any claims ami demands
which you may have aizaimt the es-
tate of CHARI ES MoRlllRiiER d. -
erased late of Dade Countv. Klt.ri.la.
to the Circuit Judtres ..f Hade i'oui ty,
and file the Mm- in .In di -it.
pi ..i Ided in S........i 7 ':: li:. Kl.n "I i
Btatutea, In tkel ii '..
Courthouse In D.-..I. ..... ty, I-1, .'..
within six calendar ill..'.>! I."..... '
time of the fi'' nil' li. ion
or the same wi:i I I
Fill ri n! Mia'" '' ... Hi
day of April. A.D '.'!
Arthur .1 M."l.ntei'f
As '' "tor
Flrt-i pnhl en i, ... t
the n dn :
Fromberg, Fr< Ria*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
Pur.ftA-rE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-2170
In RE Kftlatv nl
i;i.-oi:.;i-: tioi ostein
lie. ., .1
NOTICE TO CRFDITORS
Ti. All Creditors and All Persom Ha\ -
inn Clulina or Demands Asainsi Bald
.
V'ou nri hereby notified and required
to presi in ii .n'tl demands
which v -ii 111.13 havi
.;,:. IKGK GOI IISTEIN rte-
ised 1.1. nl I lad. ouiil i. Florida,
.. 1 "ircull Judgi 11 idi 1' 'iii.-
1 .....' imil file ihe mi.......I] rnli 1111
.. ': II 7.13.1 !
-'"' Sl.ltutt 1 ll offices In the 1 U
IV COU I IM-I 1 i'U l I'lOt
I, d .t 1 no n t It
; 1 ihlicntioit
of, .! ih. tiaiiii n II I"1 1
, 1'.. riila, 1 In- .\
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\i.thi-: IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, dealrlna l engage In
business under the flr'tltlous name ..f
CHAIN I'RolH i'TIo.vs at numbei lil.i
s IS 10th it. in the Cltj ..1 Hlaleah,
Florida, li lends -. rearlater the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
1 "..1111 of I Inde 1 'ounl |. l-'l-i Ida
I >ati d .,1 ll..,1, ill. fi..1 Ida, ibis nth
diiv ..f April, l73
CHAIN ENTERPRISES INC.
iaieene l.eini.'ll
\. ...ii. \ for tpplit
20 w Plaa Rl
Mlnml. FI 3313.1
ml
-I I3-2K-27 4
on
11.... 1 "
:
1 \rthur J. X'
Attorney for P
I" \V. Fliialer S
. I-']..till.
IN THE CIRCf'r COURT fr" THE
ELFVENTH ll D CIAI CIRCUIT
IN v
DADE CO1'- v Fi "IDA
PROB- '"SION
No 73-?090
In RE: Estate 1
MARY 1 BAND
^ Dect :.-, 1
._ NOTICE TO CRFDITORS
"y AH Cradllors ami > 11
'Ws Clalma or Demand' V :a i1 s iid
E-tite:
Ymi are hereby notified
to on sent miv c'aoi
whloh you mv
taie ..' MARY '' ''
of Dade County i. i'i- ',!''
<-uil Jutlires o: 1. nd fll
the same In ..... n 1
in Section V": '" I' In '-' '
in their t i 1 'i. iht1 Cn......
Courthouse In '' Ceni v, I'.....In
within six ral.".'." 1 *' from lb.-
time of the f.....1! Ill lion I.....of
or the same will 1 '
Paled e* Mhi'i F'orida. Ihl- day
of iprll. B I
SYLVIA SII V1CM vV
Am Eve. nlriv
Flrt publlcnt'r.n of tbls notice on
HJay .if \-" it :.:
(:, .1 tm*v c.OI PSTF1N *
PACSIBF
Samuel Goldstein
A1 lorn 24"! West FlnKl" Sir." t
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
CIVIL ACTION NO 73-8338
GENERAL .'U RISD'CTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR D'SSOl-UTION
OF MARRIAGE
S in ibi -: .
espini isa.
Pi
mill
HMM1 USA.
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ADLER. Nathan. 74. 530 15th St..
Mil Riverside.
BILLER. Monty M K". of Holly.
wood. Itiiverside.
BRUDNER, Freda. 78. of MB. New-
, man.
, FINK. Emanuel M.. 74. of MB. RlVI r-
! KLEIN. Minnie G.. 85. of MB. New-
man.
MORRISON. Saul N 71. of MB.
Newman.
ROSENBERG. Max. 70. of MB. River-
side.
SHARLET. Evelyn Ullian. Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Cables.
Riverside.
I WILNER. Walter. 89, of NMB,
Levitt.
AARON. Sam. 74. ItillM NE lUlst St.
Blaaberg.
BERGER. Louis Philip. 79. of Pem-
brokr- Pines. Riverside.
DANZIGER. Stanley. 55. of MB.
Riverside.
DOBSCHULTZ. Anna Frey. MM SW-
IM Ave. Cordon.
, LeVINE. Ann. 7ii. of MB. Riverside
1 SCHWARTZ. David, 79, t.f Burfslde.
Riverside
=iM'TH, Ida. 77. of MB River-Id.
BROWNSTEIN. Sara. :.. of MB.
Rlveralde.
, GALLON. Emma. S7. of Mil Riv.r-
I side
PRESS. Minnie I'.-u. r. 89, of I282S
N'W pith Ave Cordon.
ROSEN, Harry. 83, of MB. Newman,
.' natkowitz. Jo.-. :j. of Mi: New-
man.
SCHUTZER. Fannie. 7". .if 730! 8\V
'L'nil St. Cordon.
STRIBINSKY, llynel. vk .,f Ninth
Bay Village Newman.
] WOLF, Saul, ss. of MR Rlveralda.
! zablo. Abraham, >;s. of MB.
I Riverside.
1 ALTES. Lillian. S3, "f North Miami
Item b L< rltt
I ALTES. Michael, 38, of .Nenii Miami
Beach. Levin
FE'N. Mrs, Eva, 75. of Pay Harbor
[viands Riven idt
METZGER. Jacob, 75. ..f Miami
Riverside
OLLSWANG. Mrs. Anna. 85, "t MB,
Riverside. Inti rmenl Mt, Ni bo.
' SCHIFF. Harry N 79. of 5323 Col-
lins Ave. Blaaberg. Intermenl Mt.
V. I"..
CHAPLIN, p.nlainin. 71. of 900
1,1:111 I>r Blaabi rg
COHEN. Morris, 76, ol 1200 Euclid
Ave Blaaberg
GRiNAi.Di. Joseph, 53, fi' North
Miami lie.tell. Riverside.
BENGELSDORF. Sadie. 79, of Mil.
Rivt i'
B' ACKMAN. Rubin. Ts. nl MB.
Riverside
FREEDMAN. Abe. 77. of MB. Gordon
FREEMAN. Basle 80, of 4250 N
Michigan Ave Blaaberg. Interment
Mt Neb"
GOODFIELD, Samuel I. 7s. NMB
Rlvi ralde.
MAMERMAN. Mav. H4, 373S s Ocean
lie Cordon.
ROCHE. Rather. 61), Mil Gordon.
TAYE. Sidney. 69, MB, Riverside.
let, rmenl Mt, Nebo
WSRSHAUEB, Ham M MB.
Rlver> '.
iappovvay. Ida., 77. 1120 Euclid
\ve Blasbera
T.'iNTHER. 1.....me, 91, MB River-
1,1. Intel He 1 1 Ml Nil".
jjrfi'SH, 1.........I, Mil Riverside.
5. hifman. Sejmour, 14. 3711 1.....
Trc' i'i:. 1
-.I'.BF.RT lo-ellh, 38. Riverside.
Intermenl Ml Slnnl
KARL. 1: -" I"I4 l.lshon Si Coral
Cable- t.i.i
SNYDER. Euat lie F MB.. 71, lli< el -

'JRIST, Morrl Mil Hlvt side.
SUtEL. Mux. il MB Rl\t I dde
.E P-..ELPER. c. iirutle 114 of U
Royal i'..'in Ave lllasberg.
MEYER, Macl ii. VI I mi 1
BILLER. ."- Berth 1 7- i|U l.evltl
1ait All 1
1 0 ROE '-I. < ub i > it ".
CITRON. Julius. 69. of NMB Gordon
DERBY, Pauline. 67. of MB. N'ewni.
hirshberg, Fannie, 72, of MB
Newman.
KAPLAN, Abe. 70. of MB. Oordon
MOLL, Irving. 66. i.i Collins Av*
MB. Blaaerg.
ROTHSTEIN. Sadie. 76. of MI)
l/cvitt.
NISSINOFF. Hyman. h:'. h77" Indian
Creek Dr., MB. Blaaberg.
SCHNEIDER. I.nuis. 93, 2201 NE
170th St.. N.MB. Blasberu
WACHTELL. Eva. 8:!. 710 Byron
Ave.. MB. Blaaberg
BLUM, l.ouis D.. 9i of MB. River-
side.
DAVIS. Rose Mlrsky. 78. 151 NE
52nd St. Gordon.
DONATH, Fanny. 72. 2301 Collins
Ave.. MB Riverside.
GINSBERG. Joseph. "7. of MB.
Levitt
LEWINTER. Ethel. 101 SW 51st Art-.
Cordon. Interment Star of DftvM
STEIN. Richard. son ..f Mllltrd -
Elaine Stein. 8870 SW sTth St.
Gordon.
REINHARDT, Julia. Sl\ of Miami
Rlveralde.
SPIELER. Philip, M. Ol Miami
Rlveralda,
SIMON. Arthur. 81. 1113 Meridian
.\\f Rlveralde, Intermenl Ml N*
BERG. Mary. 78, MB lilt side,
Intermenl Mt, Neho
BRODY, Abraham, 7-;. N.\it: Rlvi
side.
Camfl. i.,,uis. 1-..11 l.au.i. rdale.
Ixviit. :
CANIN, Monroe H 71 MB levin.
i.frner. Birdie, fi". "i rlallandale
Riverside.
LIVINGSTON. Lilian R K 80, V XII
Riverside,
CHREIN. S- .'nev. 69, of I"" King*
point Dr NMB, Blashi 1
GOLDMAN. Mabel I.. >". 1717 --III--J
Av, Blaaberg.
GRAFF. Max. 88, MB Rlvi 1 Idi
SIMMONS. Ps'iline, Kl, 9195 1 nllln
Ave. Riverside.
BLAU.Jennie.nl Miami Rlveraldi
BLUME. Minna, 81, Gordon
DRESNER. Fa.v, 39, 13600 NW 7th !
Ave 1 eii.li.n Interment Bun -t
David
hodosh. Jacob, 82, 1520 Consolat*
Ave., Coral Gables Riverside
KINDERMAN. ,I..~.|.1i 18, MP
don.
LANDFIELD. F.iiinn. of Bt > H irl
Blaaberg.
M0SC0E. Fay, Rl, "f MB Rl
POLSTEIN. Ida, sv 51211 SW 5th
Terr Gordon, Inti rmenl Ml Bin 1
saw* Pinnle, of Ba> Harbor.
Blaaberg.
SCHHAGER. Sadie. v| Riverside.
SEROTT. Daniel, "7 7511.1 SW B2nd
St, Oordon Intermenl S'ar "I Davbl
Palmer's
Miami Monument Cct,iacr./
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miomi
444-0921 44-0922
Closed On The Sabbrth
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NOTICE UN-" FICTITIOUS
NAME I AW
NOTICE IS HEi I'BY CIVKN that
the undersla-ne.l .'-* .......m "
b.wineM nod*.- the lit! i I ion- nanm of
CHAIN RECOUP:-' ai niimb.i i"". S E
loth ft., in Ih.- i'..' of rilali lb Flor.
ida Intend* to 1.1: -1 Hi. said name
with the Clerk of ihe 1 ir.uil I'ouri
of Made Counlv pi.iri.i-.
Hated at Hi-'eali. l-M.nida. this i.th
.'111 t.f Anrll. 117-;.
CHAIN MNTKItPRISKS. IM
mlleh
oev for Aonll. ant '
rV Plnffb-e St.
JI.lrl.Mltt ,,,.,.,-,,
rial
NOT-CE OF ACTION
CONC IUCTIV6 SLnVICE
IN THE CRCU:T COURT or THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIV'L ACTION NO. 73-8320
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
PETITION KOH ADOPTION
CHANGE OF NAME
IN RE THK A I 1PTI1 IN 1 IF
-1 SAN M VRIE MI'RPHV,
MARTIN VINSON Ml lll'H JR..
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HY DRKM KAVI.I ONER
''ii. Ir Slenf
TO: .MARTIN \l\si.\ MI'RPHV
1 : .now 11
VHP ARK HERJ3BY NOTIFIED
thai nn action for Adoption and
Change .> 1 name has been filed In the
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each week f in THE JEWISH FI.ORIVIAN
WITNESS m\ hand an I thi t nl ol I
said ...nil at Miami, Florida t-n ihi-
dai ol April. I97J.
R P. BRINKER
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Dade 1 iitiniv. Florida 1
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STONE BOBTCHIN. P A.
mi N.W. 12lh Ave
Miami. Florid 1
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Good Taste is always First at Food Fair
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Passover In The Kibbutz
National Bar* of Homestead
4 SOUTH HOME AVENUE
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5830 SUNSET DRIVE, SO. MIAMI 666-2516
7432 DADELAND MALL 667-2524
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McKMNfY SUPPLY COM?ANY
300 N.E. 71st Street Mum! Florida
PHONE 751-8543
A Happv Passover To KL .
CRANDON DRUGS, INC.
500 N.E. 191st Street
North Miami Beach
PHONE 652-1400
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Palm Island of Miami
THE lE'NHiBD FAMCT
100 Ml. 39th STtEET
MIAMI. HOt'B*
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FROST CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
MARTHA FROST VOICE SPECIALIST
1510 Alton Road Miami Beach F'orida
PHONE 672-7560
A Happy Pcmsovci Te AD
Community National
Bank & Tmsl Company
COMPLETE TtUST FACILITIES
Complete Trust Facilities Checking Accounts
Savings Accounts Safe Deposit Loa^s
DRIVE-IN AND WALK-UP WINDOWS
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YOUR CONVENIENT FULL SERVICE BANK
COLLINS AVENUE AT 96th STREET BAL HARBOUR
JKaintoncio
ITALIAN AMERICAN RESTAURANT
PHONE: 757-9071
BY RESfaWATrONS
RECOMME EC BY HOUDA l -7--T \=
201 N.W. 79th STREET
A Hrppy Passove: Te AH
SUZANNE. LTD.. BIG
52 Miracle Mite Cora! Gab.es
Phone 445-8104
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468 Arthur Godfrey Road Mar-: Beacr F 3-' = a
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HANDBAGS
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SEARLE MOKRK INSURANCE. INC
ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE
113 Al.neria Avenue Cora! Gables
Phone 443-2553
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ELSIE UNDERGARMENT COMPANY
A Happy Passover 7. A.....
MIKE'S CIGARS OF MIAMI BEACH
C SAKS MAGAZINES -ST 3NERY
65 Arthur Godfrey Road Mfam. Beach Phone JE 8-6707
JLDITH ni MIAMI. ISC,
375 N.W. 26th STREET
JAMES PINNA
576-3630
RICHARD SALOMON
A Happy Paaacnr* 7: M
ANTHONY'S COIFFURES
ANTHONY LIZZO
DUNES MOTEL 17001 Collins Avenue
_________ Phone 947-7511
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DE CONNA ICE CREAM COMPANY
3292 NW 38th STREET Mia~: Ph 635-2421

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CRAWFORD
ELECTRIC
3925 South West 82 A.e
Miami Florida
Phone 221-4632
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ARCH CREEK
LUMBER COMPANY
5255 PAsst e "
North M aw E**:- :
ALLEN FELDMAN
& SON
GOOD ART ALSO
PISTURE FRAMING
LOW PRICES
6992 Indian Creek Drive
Miami Beach Cor 71st S*r*l
Union 5-3181
Americana Tours
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Phone: 377-2758
For information rese'vi" -"s
and tickets
24b S E RrM Si ee*
Miami Florida 3313'
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401 N I 62ad Sre-r
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APOTHECARY SHOP
1680 MERIDIAN AVENUE
Phone 533-0424
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FOR 30 YEARS
Enioy youi.fwoiitc Italian
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: tatties seafood, wines
o.id"liquo's in an authentic
Italian ai ios >hee < asily
leaehed ftom anywhere m
Dade County
Optl froa 11:30 A.M.
to 10:30 P.M. & Mill
12 P.M. Sotirdiys.
ALL MAX>R CREDIT
CARDS HONORED
N.W. 7th AVE.
at 14th ST.
MIAMI 379-: 661

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UAR1ERS
DCWfcTOWN
217 N.E. 1st AVENUE
371-6731 371-5862
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Hialeah
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lo-T!i! ty-Two Miracle Mile Cvral G.ibL<. F/.
- Bal Harbour Shops
louosps Liquors
A Happy Passover To All .
CLOSETS DECOR
EXCLUSIVE ACCESSORIES FOR THE
CLOSETS BATH POWDER ROOM
732 Arthur Godfrey Read (41st Street)
lone 538-0625
CAR Y
RETAIL I KOSHFR Q
847 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Phone 538-7592
TO ALL GREETINGS
HOME LIMBER & Industrial Supply Corp.
1050 E. 25th Street, H;aleah, Florida
Phone 691-8515 HANK PENCHANSKY
HOLIDA7 GREETINGS FROM .
MR. AND MRS. A. KLEINMAN & FAMILY OF
KLEINMAJVS STRICTLY KOSHER MEATS
18315 N.E. 19th AVENUE, NORTH MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 945-5611
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
Dino's Fontana Di Trevi Restaurant
Free Del'very 912-71st St. 864-7619
CAROLO MORENO .President
I /
A Happy Passover To Ail .
&ES
/ Haven For The Hungry"
3i8i Coral way
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Telephone 446-8319
Holiday Greetings From
SONB-WAGOKER FOOD BROKER!
1130 S.F. 8th Avenue, I
Phone 835-3562
HOLIDAY !3S FROM .
SARA FREDERICKS
~.RICANA HOTEL, EAL HARBOUR, l.CRiDA
DIPLOMAT HOTEL, HOLLYWOOD Ett T!
PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
A Happy Passcver To All .
Carpenters
District Council
2955 N.W. 17th Avenue
Miami, Florida
Phone 635 5207
HOLIDAY GRFETINGS FROM...
MILLER ELECTRIC CO.
3905 N.W. 37th COURT,
MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE: 633-2686
Happy Holiday Greetings
FL0R!D!AN FURNITURE
-:- Decorating Consultants :
Specializing in Mediierrancac-French
4795 S.W. 8th Street 443-2639
Spanish-Italian & Modern Furniture
HOIIDAY GREETINGS
TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
DELMONICO'S JEWELERS
Finest Gems
749 LINC 'LN RO I II BEACH
538-7371
cc IS *
T527 N. Miami Ave.
371-1426
H< [NGS FROM .
hoi si: of mi > toxg
1232 N.E. 163rd Street, North Miami Beach
Phone 945-1722
TO ALL GREETINGS
MILLER DISTRIBUTING CORPORATION
DISTRIBUTOR -jV SERVICE
6300 N.W. 77th COURT
888-2371
A Happy Passover To All .
LUCILLE R. BRUNNER, REALTORS
17150 N.E. 19th Avenue, No. Miami Beach 947-2567
BUTTER FAMJLY
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Friday, April 13, \oy.
MAYOR and MRS. JACK BLOCK
AND FAMILY
CITY OF SOUTH MIAMI
A Happy Passover To All .
A Happy Passover To All .
FAMOUS HOUSE Of PIES
eat here take out
TRY OUR FAMOUS PIES
HOUSE OF PIES
SANDWICH SHOP
- Baked Daily -
13900 Biscayne Blvd., N. Miami 947-2255
A Happy Passover To All .
ANDY FRAIN
SERVICE
940 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 532-4818
A Happy Passover To Ail .
FOUR STAR POULTRY and PROVISIONS, INC.
2180 N.W. 13th Ave. Phone 633-8617 Miami, Florida
* *
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
CARL'S CAMERA SHOP
7401 COLLINS AVENUE UN 6-373f
A Happy Passover To All .
KIDD-STUFF
933 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 538-5804
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GULF STREAM CARD COMPANY
310 N.W. 71st STREET, MIAMI Phone 754-1330
A Happy Passover To All .
HANDSEL ELECTRIC COMPANY
25 N.W. 57th Avenue-261-2471
A Happy Passover To All .
G and L ROOFING COMPANY
7814 N.E. 4th Court, Miami, Florida
Phone 757-1675 48 Years in Business
TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
-:- HOLIDAY GREETING -:- -
FLORIDA FUEL OIL, INC.
E McArthur Causeway, Miami, Florida 672-4692
A Subsidary of Belcher Oil Company
Manufacturers and Oil Burning Specialists

Best Wishes To All .
OiAYT REAL ESTATE LICENSE SCHOOL
Phone 538-8934
2915 Alton Rood, Miami Beach
j
Selma Mayer;
Jerusalem's
Florence
Nightingale
By JULIUS BRILLER
(A Seven Arts Feature)
Selma Mayer arrived at Shaare Zcdek
(Gates of Righteousness) Hospital on Jeru
salem's yet unpaved Jaffa St. over 50 years
ago. Dr. Moshe Wallach, the hospital's found
ing director, was there to welcome the first
qualified registered nurse to reach Jerusalem,
a primitive Middle East city without elec-
tricity or piped water, a city plagued with
d i-case and epidemics.
"I have come to work, not to rest!" she
said on arrival. These words have symbolized
Selma Mayer's personality her absolute and
untiring devotion which has earned her th-
reputation of "Schwester Selma." Jersalem\
Florence Nightingale. Now, at the age of 88.
she has delegated nearly all her responsib;
to younger women, but continues to
play an awesome quality of absolute dedica-
tion.
Selma Mayer was born Feb. 3. 1884. in a
small German town of Hanau. Her parent-.
Alexander and Emma Mayer, led a simp:.
life, working hard to feed, clothe and educate
their five children.
Her mother died when she was five and
from her early childhood Selma had to face
the Iwrsh realities of life. Today she says that
it was probably durmg this crucial period of
exposure to extreme hardship that she (level-
A Happy Passover To All .
HOUSE OF T.V.
7004 S.W. 87th Avenue
Miami, Fla.
Phone 271-9911
ITALIAN AMERICAN RESTAURANT
MY PLACE LA STRADA
630 Lincoln Road 531-9502
(la the Anait M the Mall)
LUNCH from 11:30 DINNER begins at 5:30
Owner end Chtl CAMO SCOTT/ formerly tl Caara't Kesleurent
A Happy Passover To All .
GAEL'S FEMi\l\E APPAREL
1345 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 538-9886
A Happy Passover To All .
GENERAL SHEET METAL & ROOFING, INC.
1943 1st Court, Miami 573-6880
PARRISH
AUTO SERVICE
7305 S.W. 41st STREET
223-1513
The Best of Holiday
Greetings To All Our Frie":
RELIATEX, Inc.
2201 N.W. 72 Avenue
Miami, 33144
Phone 888-7532
A Happy Passover To All .
CHIPPY'S RESTAURANT & PANTRY
101 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables Phone 446-7031
1450 S. Dixie Hwy., South Miami Phone 251-0650
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
DR. LOUIE'S UPHOLSTERY SHOP
7835 N.W. 36th AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 691-7991
A Happy Passover To All .
CORAL GABLES LINCOLN MERCURY, INC.
4001 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables Phone 445-7711
A Happy Passover To All .
ROYAL TOURS OF SOUTH MIAMI
7194 Red Road 667-6481
HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETING TO ALL
TURK PAINTING COMPANY
260 N.W. 199th Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 625-0536
A Happy Holiday To Alt
J^ OF MIAMI
Women's Apparel
319 N.W. 25th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 576-2475
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FROM
LES COIFFURES
763 Arthur Godfrey Road
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 531-0592
ORLANDO
BEAUTY SALON
No Fooling Orlando
Makes You Beautiful;
666-9733
MONDAY > FRIDAY 'III 9 p.'m.
5718 S.W. 72nd STREET
(Sunset Drive)
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO OUR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
MR. RICHARD
SANZ SALON OF
CARRIAGE HOUSE
5401 COLLINS AVENUE
Phono 866-4646
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Priday, April 13. 19?3
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Page S-C
oped her unusual sense of duty and eagerness
to help.
At school Selma was a diligent pupil. She
read of battle.s in Crimea in the 1860s, of sol-
diers who fell from wounds, cholera and star-
vation. To the fortunate ones would come
Florence Nightingale, lantern in hand and
sVretcher bearers in trail. For them, the
world's first military nurse was the Angel of
Salvation, her lantern the ray of life.
There and then Selma decided she too
would dedicate her life to the sick and ailing.
Selma applied for admission as a student
nurse at the "Solomon Heine" Hospital in
Hamburg. Intelligent and alert, she was quick
to learn. During intervals, whilst the other
students would chat and joke, Selma could be
seen pacing the gardens with her notebook
and pencil. At night she would read her text-
books over and over again, working hard to
ensure her success.
At the age of 22 Selma was ready for her
graduation examinations. For three days she
was questioned, observed and tested by a
panel of strict authoritarian doctors. She
passed with distinction. And for 10 years
she served at the Solomon Heine Hospital.
During the first world war Selma met the
legendary medical pioneer, Dr. Moshe Wallach,
who had left Germany in 1892 to build a hos-
pital in Jerusalem. His aim was to provide
comprehensive medical care for the population
and its environs, without discrimination.
In the face of resistance from a primitive
Jewish Arab community, he introduced un-
heard of vaccination campaigns, and isolation
wards which turned out to be an rr/rdbrtifnt
factor in the saving of many lives. Patients
from all over the Middle East came to Jeru-
salem for treatment at the 'Wallach Hos-
pital.''
In 1916 Dr. Wallach returned to Germany
to recruit doctors and nurses. The heartrend-
ing stories he told Selma about the people
suffering in Jerusalem from epidemics of ty-
phoid, diphtheria and other diseases brought
tears to her eyes. She could not refuse the call
of duty. Her relatives told her that she was
crazy to go out to the so-called desert.
When she arrived in 1916, a terrible ty-
phoid epidemic raged in Jerusalem. Schwester
Selma remembers that there were only 50
beds in the hospital's special isolation facili-
ties and that over 2,000 patients passed
through this ward during the epidemic which
lasted well over it year. Together with a group
of volunteers she worked day and night to
save their lives.
During the first two weeks of her stay at
Shaare Zedek, Selma made a through inspec-
tion of the hospital from chimney stack to
the darkest corner of the basement. The petite
nurse with her large notebook and pencil
roamed the patient wards, the toilets, kitchen
Continued on Page 8-C
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SHEET METAL
ASSOCIATES
2463 NW 76th STREET
OX 1-9172
SAM OLTCHICK, Pres.
A Happy Passover To All
LEYISON'S
DIAMOND
SPECIALISTS
A Happy Passover To All. .
KAUFMAN
PIIISN
1445 N.MIAMI AVENUE
374-3587
GREETINGS!
DORWIN'S
MEN'S & BOYS SHOP
"Smart Shop for Young Men"
1574 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach 532-4061
A Happy Passover To All. ..
SNAPP INC.
Sandblasting-Guniting
and Waterproofing
2902 N.W. 22 St. 6350687
1
Greetings To The
Jeicish Community
ROSE SEPTIC
TANK CO., INC.
8295 N.W. 93rd St.
MIAM!, FLORIDA
Medley, Florida
Phone: 887-5594
BLACKSTONE KOSHER
RETIREMENT RESIDENCE
N.wly REFURBISHED ROOMS
Dial 538-1811
800 Washington Avenue Miami Beach
MICHAEL SOSSIN, L.L.D., President
PERRY MANDEl, Executive Director
VAGABOND SPORTSWEAR, INC.
MANUFACTURERS OF MISSY and JUNIOR SPORTSWEAR
3624 N.W. 41st Street, Mia.ni, Florida
Telephone 633-6047
MACK'S CYCLE SHOP
SCHW1M BICYCLES
On Sunset Drive 1 Block West of U.S. No. 1
5995 'UNSET DRIVE, SOUTH MIAMI
OVER 500 WE CARRY A FULL LINE
BIKES IN STOCK OF ADULT BICYCLES
Phone 661-8363
SALES REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES
A Happy Passover To All .
MM IS HOBERMAN,
President Brandeis Zionist District
A Happy Passover To All .
YOO HOO OF FLORIDA CORPORATION
590 West 83rd Street, Hialeah
821-5500
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
DADE RESTAURANT REPAIR SHOP
Ted and Dorothy Patterson, Owners
Repair and Overhaul of Hotel Restaurant Equipment
2319 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami 33127 Phone 573-6838
CYPEN REALTY INC.
MORTGAGE BROKERS REALTORS
825 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
534-4671
A Happy Passover To All .
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MORENO SEWING MACHINE ATTACHMENTS
170 N.W. 24th Street 573-3811
CAROLO MORENO .President
MR. and MRS. IRVING NEWMAN
and FAMILY

SHORES INSURANCE AGENCY
582 N.E. 92nd Street, Miami Shores, Florida
Telephone 757-1636
extend best wishes to all their Friends
for a Very Happy Passover
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
X^ or i
nits
AMERICA. INC
D
299 Alhambra Circle, Suite 510, Coral Gables
Phone 445-8881
Jerome H. Weinkle and Alan B. Kessler
A Happy Passover To All .
KOLBER BROS., INC.
2100 N.W. 13th Ave., Miami
Phone 635-2521
A Happy Passover To All .
TINT'N CURL BEAUTY SALON
18346 N.W. 7th Ave. 624-3331
NORWOOD BEAUTY SCHOOL
18330 N.W. 7th Ave. 625-2233
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
TITAN AGENCIES, Inc.
8101 Bisceyne Blvd., Miami
Phone: 751-9765
A Happy Passover To All .
PURITY CONDIMENTS
3590 N.W. 60th STREET NE 5-1389
A Happy Passover To All .
EXECUTIVE SECURITIES CORP.
1175 Northeast 125th Street
Phone 891 -0500
A Happy Passover To All .
KEYES CITY INSURANCE AGENCY INC.
100 North Biscayne Blvd., Miami, F.a.
Suite 1302-Phone 371-7652
A Happy Passover To All .
KA-DEE BEAUTY SALON
1231 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
Phone 672-9294
A Happy Passover To All .
STUDIO OF LIGHTING
708 N.E. 1st Avenue, Miami
Phone 373-2171
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
NORMAN'S SWEATER SHOP
1401 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-5055 -
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
SUTTON OPTICAL SERVICE
810 LINCOLN LANE
Phone: 534-0539
A Happy Passover To All .
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Home Office Now York, New York
Equal opportunity Employers M.-F.
100 BISCAYNE BLVD. Phone 371-5691
F. PHILLIPS, JR. AGENCY
HOUDAY GREETINGS FROM
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V/OMJN'S APPAREL
58S3 S.W. 73rd STREET
SOUTH M!AMI
PHONE: 667-0011
A Happy Passover To All .
FRANK MCORE REALTY INC.
REALTORS
. h Total Integrity
2455 HOLLYWOOD BLVD. 929-1902
2515 HOLLYWOOD SLVD. 927-1616
MIAMI 949-5100
FLOORS & INTERIORS. INC.
4200 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
HENRY NIELSEN
Phone 576-1410
"FEATURING THE FINER FLOORS"
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
NAT ALLEN RESORT WEAR
1844 Tyler Street, Hollywood
Ph. 923-3200
A Happy Passover To All .
Go Where the Experts are .
Stop In Today or Call for Appointment
Ziebarf Auto-Truck Rustproofing Co.
250 N.E. 61st Street
754-4271
A Harpy Passover To All .
MR. and MBS. HARRY NISSEL
HARMONY FASHIONS OF MIAMI, INC.
540 N.W. 26th STREET Phone 576-2307
A Happy Passover To All .
CURTISS PHARMACY
3964 Curtiss Parkway, Miami Springs, Florida
PHONE 871-5020
A Happy Passover To All .
CITY GAS CO. OF FLORIDA
955 E. 25th St., Hialeah 691-8710
To All A Most Happy Holiday
MILLER MACHINERY AND SUPPLY CO.
127 N.E. 27th Street Phone 573-1300
A Happy Passover To All .
I.OIIS and LIBBY kAT/ and CHILDREN
ami GRANDDAUGHTER
LIZ KATZ and RALPH and TERRI LINERO
ERlh I LYNN Ll\ERO
SINCEHEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY
THE EMBERS and EMBERS TAVERN
245 22nd ST., MB. 144h & BISCAYNE, Miami
JE 8-4345 Ph. 949-2422
TV Special Filmed In Israel To
Be Aired By NBC Network April 2

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The I 'l by 10

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HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL OUR
WONDERFUL CUSTOMERS AND FR.ENDS
BAKERY
"Butter Makes It Better"
1349 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach Phone 532-4445
374 Andalusia Avenue, Publix Shopping Center, Coral Gables
A Division of NEW YORK BAKERIES. INC._______
Children's Corner School
7118 BYRON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phon 866-7303
A Happy Passover To All .
SUN GOLD INDUSTRIES. INC.
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
Miami 4450 S.W. 74h Avenue 223-1410
A Happy Passover To All .
NAYARRO
BEAUTY SALON
815 S.W. 17th Avenue, Miami, Florida 643-2060
A Happy Passover To All .
TWELVE CAESARS RESORT MOTEL
9449 Collins Avenue, Surfside, Florida 33154
Phone 865-3551
A Happy Passover To All .
HARRY J. SONZ
350 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Phone 538-6623
A Happy Passover To All .
Southern Wine
& Spirits Inc.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
I'awliger Building Industries
1730 S.W. 97th Avenue, Miami
9701 CORAL WAY, MIAMI
A Happy Passover 1c
UKLLfi MEADE
Service Nfniioii
Pick-up Delivery
SHUl OIL CHANGE
7601 BISCAYNE BLVD.
Ph. 754-8702
A Happy Passover To All.
LEE'S
. rescription Pharmacy
CMCOvNI DRUG STORES
We carry cor'plfc.e Selection
of Barton's Candies
Fret Delivery
7S80 Coral Way 221-8222
401 Coral Way. C. Gables
443-1728
2525 S.W. 2 Ave. 854-36-1
5898 Sunsei Drive 661-7651
Holiday Greetings From
HENRY'S AUTO
& TRUCK PARTS
2038 N.W. 27th AVENUE
A Happy Passover To All.
STAR
TRUCK BODY
BUILDERS
MARIO CASTILLO, Owner
724 N.W. 21st STREET
Holiday Greetings
VIVIAN
BLUME
FINE FURNITURE
736 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach, Florida
A Happy Passover To All.
FRANK'S PAINTING
CONTRACTORS
House Painting-Roof Cleaning
20 Years Experience
Call FRANK
Phone 893-2834


ftiday, April 13, 1973
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Page 7-C
Holiday Greetings To All...
BARTON'S Bonbonniere
New Israeli Gift Department
Phone 538-0409
424 LINCOLN ROAD MALL 211 E. FLAGLER STREET
HOLIDAY GRbtTINGS 7 COMMONWEALTH LAND TITLE
INSURANCE COMPANY
Main Office Branch Offfice
S.W. FIRST ST. 12345 N.E. SIXTH AVE
Compliments of
Golden Strand
HOTEL AND VILLAS
Oceanfront at 179th Street
Miami Beach, Florida
A Happy Passover To All .
iiki:s si:m hi: STATION
1428 N.W. 14th Ave., Miami-
Telephone 635-1728
A Happy Passover To All .
PALMER'S ROOFING & SUPPLY CO INC.
CELEBRATING OUR 53rd ANNIVERSARY
3555 N W. 74th St. -696-7620
(VteLANDOR NURSERY
15721 N.W. 7th Avenue WI 7-6S71
U.S. 441 South of New Golden Glades Interchanqe
-jpen Daily & Sunday 830 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Closed Wed
A Happy Passover To All .
I E WISH OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
KIM'S CHINESE RESTAURANT
LINCOLN ROAr> at WEST AVENUE C72-8822
A Hanpy Passover To All .
\JACK CHERRY'S CITIES SERVICE STATION
5485 Palm Avenue, Hialeah
Phone 823-0505
A Happy Passover To All .
CITY MEMORIAL AND MONUMENTS, INC,
36 N.E. 79th STREET, MIAMI 759-1669
Hnnnav i^rffitinc^s tpom
CARR SMITH & ASSOCIATES
123 ALMERIA AVE., CORAL GABLES
Phone 444-988.1
A Happy Passover To All .
SAIFMAN BROS. AIR CONDITIONING
AND CAPITAL ROOFING
7553 Cutlass Ave., N. Bay Village, Miami Beach
Phone 865-3205
A Happy Passover To All .
Inion Ogriirnl Service, Ibm*.
67 N.F. 2nd Si PI >ne FR 9-9682 Miami. Florida
A Happy Passover To All .
SIWUI* FOOII noiMTTS
3615 N.W. 60th STREET
Phone NE 5-1381
Holiday Greetings From .
FLORIO-ROSATI HAIR STYLISTS
3905 Alton Road, Miami Beach
532-6351
A MODERN PASSOVER
Israel's 25th Anniversary
By Jacob STEIN
Chairman. Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Organizations
and the American Committee for
Israel's 25th Anniversary Celebrntior
Passover, mankind's oldest inde
penderiCP day, takes on additional
meaning this year as an enduring
symbol of human freedom. For
this year Jews the world over will
be celebrating two independence
days one old, one young 20
days apart.
Passover Eve and the traditional
Seder, falling on April 16, will be
followed May 6 by Kiev Yom Ha'
at/niaut. marking the start of Is-
rael's 25th anniversary dav.
SAME CENTRAL MEANING
To Jews the central meaning of
the two holidays is essentially the
same. They represent the Jewish
will to survive in the face of hitter
oppression. They represent as well
the determination of Jews to live
and worship as free men. working.
building, creating and daring to
trj in be. in the words of Isaiah,
"a light unto the nations."
No citizen 'if Israel, especially
one who arrived as a refugee, re
ftards the account of the flight
from Egypt as an ancient dusty
tale, It is his story, and as he reads
the Haggdah, he remembers with
ev< i \ word how he. too. fled bitter
oppression, crossing his own Redi
Sea to come at last to his own
land of freedom.
In many of Israel's kibbutzim. ,
in fact, the settlers celebrate
Passover by reciting a Haggadah
of their own composing, in which
they recall how the kibbutz found
era fled some modern-day Egypi
to find new life and hope in Brett |
HAPPY OPPORTUNITY
The coining together, then, of
these two independence days
one time-honored and one mod
em offers American Jews i
happy opportunity. We are priv-
ileged at our Seders to again joy-
ously celebrate our people's an
eient overthrow of tyranny.
And a few days later we are
equally privileged to celebrate Is
rael's 23th anniversary with simi-
lar enthusiasm, honoring the peo-
ple of the Jewish state and all who
have contributed to Its amazing
progress in the peaceful arts and
human betterment.
And as we observe Israels an
niversary we will find vast num-
bers of Americans of other faiths
ready and happy to join with US in
our eeh bration.
To millions of Americans, citi-
zens of a nation whose foundi
knew their old Testament, an
were inspired by the story of K\
dus in the American struggle foi
liberty, whal Israel's 25th bin
day observes is plain and clou
To them, as to all men of Ofi
will, it celebrates once mine thi
heights men can reach when I he-
are determined to live in libert;
and build In freedom.
Clergymen's Golf
Tourney May 15-16
The City "f Miami's ninth an-
nual ( lergymcn's Golf Tournament
has received such overwhelming
response from all over the coun-
try thai although May 1 is dead
line for entries there arj only li\--
-lots left.
Scheduled for May 15-18 at
LeJeunc Golf (nurse, the tourn -
menl has attracted piayi rs ol i
denominations from Penn \\ i
North Carolina, South Carolin
Kentucky, Mississippi and Florid
Active clergymen interested
participating should call thi I)
partmenl ol Publicity and Tourist"..
Have fun ... Keep trim on a
SnlLniilUbllNla
GOOD SUPPLY OF TEN SPEED SCHWINN BIKES
FAST REPAIRS ON AU. MAKES
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5995 Sunset Drive, South Miami
Near US. 1
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ARTINI ENGRAVINGS
Unique Imports Silk flowers Medallk Art
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JEWELRY BY ALBERT
"Custom Original To Accent Your Personality'
HIS MAJESTY'S SHOPS
3327 Virginia St. Coconut Grove 445-5379
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r-Jewlsti Fhricfiar
Fridcy, April
. HOLIDAY GREETINGS .
To Our Friends and Customers
Of The Jewish Faith .
PORT OF CALL Restaurant
Captain Bill Beck
14411 BISCAYNE BLVD. 945-2567
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER
CORDEL'S RESORT FASHIONS
302 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 531-1318
. HOLIDAY GREETINGS .
TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
B. J. SIViLS & SONS TIRE CO.
8761 B R- R043 71-22:0
. ....
I ".' tl : .
STAN FR.'EDMAN
REAL ESTATE SCHOOL
12C04 N. MIAMI AVENUE 6E1-4519
MIAMI, FLORIDA
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
The GOLDEN GREEK RESTAURANT
Galen Metro Owner
12500 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD, NORTH MIAMI
Telephone 893-1177
A Happy Passover To All .
FOUR FREEDOMS HOTEL
PRESIDENT MADISON HOTEL
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
DIXIE PICTURE FRAME COMPANY
460 WEST 18th STREET HIALEAH, FLORIDA
Phone 885-1454
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
Roger French Custom Tailors
Custom Made Shirts
7209 S.W. 57th CT., SOUTH MIAMI Phone 667-8768
"Wh^re Customers Send Their Friends"
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
ABBEY JEWELRY, INC.
(Formerly A. & J.. Inc.)
MR. and MRS. LARRY SILVERGLATE (New Owners)
8866 S.W. 129th STREET 232-1663
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
Home Inspection Consultants
P.O. Box 383, Ojos Branch, Miami 33163 947-4034
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
Credit Bureau of Greater Miami
14701 N.W. 7th AVENUE, MIAMI
Pnone 685-5911
HOLIDAY GREETINGS .
Action Acres Day School & Camp
Boarding Infants to 8th Grade .
MISS LEE Director
13700 N.W. 97th AVENUE
HIALEAH GARDENS
Continued From Page 5-C
r
Selma Mayer:
Jerusalem's
Florence
Nightingale
and slorerooms. Dr. Wallacn was deeply im-
pressed.
The room allocated to Head Nurse Selma
Mayer on her arrival was located between the
emergency and delivery rooms. "If the Al-
mighty wanted, he sometimes gave me a few
moments to rest and sleep in peace 1 have
never been assured of a full night's s'.eep
Whenever Dr. Wallacn was called he would
pass by my room shouting in his loud boom
ing voice. 'Where is the headnurse? Come
headnurse, you are needed. What could I do
but get out of my warm bed, slip on my uni-
form and go to help him?"
At night the symbolic lantern became
reality, as Schwester Selma accompanied Dr.
Wallach on visits to those patients who were
too sick to be moved to the examining room.
Even surgery' was performed by the light of
paraffin lamps and Selma, the only qualified
nurse in the hospital, assisted the surgeons in
their work.
Only poor persons were admitted and as
the number of patients grew from year to
year. Schwester Selma selected from her help-
ers .me or Iwo of the most devoted and <
ented girls and taught them to bandagi
inje i us
"The patient." says v
' |y ri I ogniz^d a goo I
ike a pal el he is c n : I

lie to do < .
b\ii it ... in
;;: the nurse's it The
f/afifty f/t&aays to a//...
andrew geller
EXQUISITE FOOTWEAR
MIAMI BEACH CORAL GABLES FORTLAUDERDALE
----------- BAL HARBOUR SHOPS PALM BEACH MALL _____
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
THE MIAMI RUG COMPANY
100 South Miami Avenue
11211 South Dixie Hwy.
11150 N.W. 32nd Avenue
698 N.E. 167th Street
Phone 377-2766
238-2181
685-5611
947-6521
HAZLETONS
ACCESSORY WORLD
13741 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY
Phone 251-5766
A Happy Passover To All .
CENTRAL ROOFING & SUPPLY CO., INC.
SPECIALIZING IN REROOFING & REPAIRS
15700 W. Dixie Hwy., N. Miami Beach 945-2666
A Happy Passover To Ail .
RICHARDS FRUIT CENTER
1301 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone: JE 2-6102
RICHARD ADER (New Owner)
Holiday Greetings To All
MICHELSON'S TROPHiES
AWARDS and TROPIUKS
FOR ANY OCCASIOX
45 N.E. 54th Street, Miami 754-4331 and 754-3233
A Happy Holiday to All .
MIAMI SHORES RADIO & TV SHOP
Complete Line of Records, Tapes and Cassettes
Three Month Guarantee on Work Done By Us!
9713 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida Phone 757-7615
A Happy Passover To All .
JOE MEYERS
Florist
6604 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 866-0233

PHYLLIS DEE INC.
6C31 N.W. 37th COURT
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone *"'-5840
A Happy Passover To All.
"MR. XITO*9
275 East 10th Ave., Hialeah
885-2547
A Happ/ Holiday
'o the entire
Jewish Community
SPILLER'S
DRUGS
8227 SW. 124th Street
Telephone 238-6041
A Happy Passover To All. ..
Mike Boyie
PONTIAC
30501 So. Federal Hijhwery
HOMESTEAD FLORIDA
Phone 2,/-/011
A He. over To All...
DR. JOSEPH HARRIS
and
DR. JOAN HARRIS
and Judith, James
and Jonathon
A Happy Passover To All. ..
DISPLAY
UNLIMITED
7400 N.W. 37th Avenue
Miami, Florida
Telephone 693-3801
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+Jewish FkrKjKfzn
Page 9-C
thing,'" insists Schwester Mayer "is to have
your heart in the right place, tact, manners
ind understanding. A patients suffering can
often be eased by small attentions, by a smile
or a word of encouragement."
V
Her unique moral and physical endurance
was put to its severest test during the infantile
paralysis epidemic which swept through the
Middle East in the 1950s. Jerusalem's only
polio isolation centre was set up at Selma's
hospital and a team of volunteer nurses fol-
Jowed her fearless example. The dramatic
battle to save as many precious lives as hu-
manly possible went on unabated day and
M. Iron lung machines were flown in from
England.
Schwester Selma's complete disregard of
"working hours" round the clock and round
the yearand her unmatched devotion to
the patients has kept her so entirely involved
that she did'nt have time to marry and raise her
own family. Among the photographs in her
room Ere those of her adopted daughters
i-.rt- rphaned or abandoned after birth
e Zedek. she brought them up .is
r -.- -.. arranged
r nei them is
. ; dt :.' : her I
. '.

:
department A small gap between two beds
leads to a door with a shining handle and
copper nameplate "Selma Mayer Head
Nurse. This is her only room, comfortably
furnished with heavy overstuffed furniture, an
open bookshelf, a white refrigerator and a
small electric cooker. Very often Schwester
Selma will use the cooker in her room to make
a fresh glass of tea, replacing the one she saw
standing cold beside a patient's bed, or to
cook an egg for a patient who does not like
the one prepared in tthe general kitchen.
The head nurse's room is a known address
where problems can be solved at the most un-
usual hours. It's a sort of emergency ward,
well-stocked with spare cutlery, glasses to re-
place broken ones, keys to locked rooms,
screws, nails and simple working tools, the
address of the plumber and, most important
of all. the sharp logic and experienced mind
of the head nurse.
She knows times have changed: "The
irses m'1 take away part of the pa-
rows as they did times,"
- ""Vet I can very well understand
mes
.. news whal
ii n !' > to make the
young "
FOURTEEN
K SHOP
I65C Meridian Aver
' ami Be::h
Te-eohone 531-6267
sso\ ei 3 All
BURGER KING
:
Serving the Greater
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
County Gas
Company
1234 N.W. 79th Street
fScne 693-3921
A Kc-" P-.- ret To All
METRO PLYWOOD
COMPANY
8921 S.W. Bird Road
Miami, Fla.
Phone 221-3411
811 N.E. 125th St,
North Miami, Fla.
Phone 891-5881
Greetings f om
NORTH DADE
COUNTRY CLUB
lt-hZ.l CiiAMIOHSMP
COIF COURSE
U.S. 441 at
N.W. 207th St.
NA 1-3621
A Hcppy Passover To All
STAR TRAVEL
226-71st Street
MIAMI BEACH
865-0357
isoverToAU.
RICHARD 3. BERNDT
INSURANCE
7211 S.W. 53TH AVE.
PHONE 661-4213
A Happy Passcver To All
MOZ-AIX
OF FLORIDA, INC.
FOR YOUR NEARfcST
DEALER CALL:
446-5626
A Kappy Passover To All.
MILLER GLASS
& MIRROR
1140 N.W. 36th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 633-6984
HOLIDAY
SPORTSWEAR
Wishes All Their Good
Friends and Customers
A Happy Passover To All .
537 N.W. 24th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 373-6710

He d< .' Greetings
CONCORD
CAFETERIA
1921 COLLINS AVENUE
Miami Beach
Phone 534-4883
Your Host & Hostess
i BOSandJEANHANNAof
534 Arthur Godfrey Road
Extends To All A
Happy Passover
HAPPY
HOLIDAYS
ALLEN ORIGINALS
Dress Manufacturer
1155 Southwest 6th Street
Ph. 374-4304
A Happy Passover To All .
THE HASTA
RESTAURANT
2665 S. W. 37th Avenue
Phone 445-3636
FREEMAN BUSINESS MACHINES \
USED PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS
$20.00 AND UP
EXCELLENT CONDITION GUARANTEED
1245 WASHINGTON AVE., M.B.
Tel: 538-6334
%
GRANADA
3 Delicious ")Q Meals Daily
65
PER D. Occ. foi Daily Maid Seivice
WEEK 26 Weeks Phone In Every Room
AIR CONDITIONED DINING ROOM
* ALL ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATH
1017 MERIDIAN AVE. CALL 53)0496
379-0654
373-3562
ASSOCIATED
\RTfSTSjnr.
1822 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida
ATTENTION PAHSHTS!
IS )Ol R ROY.
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157
374
122
Pain
HAHD-TO-FST?
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BOY'S T0WHE
The complete clothing (tore fo'
Boys and Teens
SIZES to 20 I PREPS
SPECI.4WIISC IS.
REGULARS SLIMS HUSKIES
BOY'S TOWNE
I HI \lcrrllnr..:
'),!,,. for louflf GF.STI.r.Mf.S"
1 S. Dixie Highway. Corol Gables
Miracle Mile. Coral Gobies
5 N.I. 1 63rd St.. North Miami leach
i Beach Mall. West Palm Beach
High Fashion footwear
* lor Him Wfl Her.

^ custom boots/shoes
KICKS
1226 N.E. 163rd St N.Miami
944-4403


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Friday. April 13 19
Dr. Bruno Bettelheim
JFCS Keynote Speaker
.<>>
nan -*# SUmmm

This year's annual installation
limihoon of the women's commit-
tee of Jewish Family and Chi!
diTit's Service will feature Dr.
Bruno Bettelheim. professor of psy-
chology and psychiatry. University
of Chicago, who will be the key-
note speaker '1 hursday. April 26.
at the Seville Hotel.
Dr. Bcttelh-im's tonic. "Is ;l
Poible to Raise Mentally Healthy
Children Today?" will interest the
many concerned parents and grand
parents who attend the yearly
function.
Among the doctor's most recent
books is. "Children of the Dream"
which discusses communal chid-
rearing in the Israeli kibbutzim
and its implication: for American
education. ,
Dr. Bettelheim, who recently re-
turned from Israel where he was
teaching during the winter quarter
at the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem, is a monthly contributor to
I he Ladies Home Journal in which
; he writes about childrcni prob-
lems in today's society and how
ihey can DO handled. His articles
are also found in many professional
louinals as well as Scientific
American. Commentary. Harper's
Magazine, etc.
"We arc most honored to be
able to present Dr. Bettelheim at
our installation and look forward
to his timely comments and obser-
vations." said Mrs. Edwin B. Op-
penheim, president of the women's
committee,
Reservations may be made by
i |;g the Jewish Family and
Children's Service main office.
JFCS is funded by the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and
United Fund.
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The TSS Mardi Gras, owned by Carnival
Lines. Inc., will depart from Miami Sept. 8
on a 41-day cruise to the Holy Land, visiting
the Azores, Naples. Piraeus. Haifa. Livomo,
Palma and Madeira.
Bed that the Jewish Family and Chil-
1 piogram for the c.nnual
. the S^-vI'le : ping
:ieie reviewing the program thed n\\\
as keynote speaker are ideated)
rt; landing left to right) Mrs. Edwin B.
. M Max Dinis.nun and Mrs. living C/pen.
Retreat Held
Ai Camp Ocala
Whili primarilj 'amous through-
out the State as one of Florida-
top summer camps for young
people, ('.imp Ocala is also widelj
known as the Bite of a broad array
cf other activities
Located on the shores of Laki
Sellers, inside soenic Ocala Xa i
lional Forest, (ami) Ocala has \
been 'elected by religious, social.
fraternal organizations as the
place in which to hold productive
meetings or other events, at the
*amc time "getting ; way from the
stress of city life," according to
Morris and Sheila Waldman and .
J. I. Mentgoim-i v. owners-opera-
tors.
Latest happening la the "re-'
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P. Kings'ey, oi North Dade'
Temple Sinai, and a group of con-
C' bbl Kingsley and his
fi; women and
children, spent a weekend at
( amp Ocala teal iring prayer and
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Section of the World Zionist Crgar.ization.
QUIZ TWENTY FOLK
1. What Biblical figures played a role in the return to Zion
in ancient times?
2. What medieval Hebrew poet journeyed to Palestine?
3. When was Tel Aviv founded?
4 Sdeh Boker has become a well-known place. Why?
.">. Who was President of Israel before Zalman Shazar?
(i. What Pope came on a pilgrimage to visit the Holy Sites
in Israel?
7. Name two famous Zionist leaders who were reburri I in
Israel.
8. From time to time Britain, during its administration of
Palestine, issued special reports or documents on Palestine, what
were these called?
9. Which Biblical figure made Jerusalem his capital''
10. Where was the first agricultural school founded in Pales-
line''
Answers to the above questions will DC found upside down
below. Eight right answers will indicate a Rood knowledge of
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answers to see how well you scored.
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Congressman William Lehman
will recieve the State of Israel
Atzmaut (Independence) Award
at the Temple Israel Dinner of
State May 6 at the temple. Din-
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said that Congressman Lehman,
who represents northern Dade
and southern Broward counties
was chosen to receive the honor
"in recognition of his exemplary
record of service of service for
Israel through his active par-
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other Jewish causes."
When "Doctors' Day" was celebrated at Cedars of Lebanon
Health Care Center, auxiliary members pinned red carna-
tions on the hard-working staff as they checked in, "in ap-
preciation of their dedication and outstanding humanitarian
services 365 days a year." Shown conferring the honor
upon Dr. Leonard Brodsky are auxiliary president Mrs. By-
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Friday, April 13. 1973
'Jm1st fhrkffan
PASSOVER PETITION
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For Deliverance Of Iraqi Jews
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
jfA Seven Arts Feature)
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Deliveranit'' Deliverance! The
iMhMft ** t"*ofi(lent the Lord will
deliver us "from the snare of the
iowler and from the noisome pes-
tilence."
And Passover, the festival of re-
demption, carries on its strong
wings the promise of deliverance.
Long, long ago, our forebears
lhought only in terms of exodus
Jrom Egypt, land of ancient task-
masters, when they spoke of de-
Jiveraace in the Passover season.
Later, even when they prayed for
such release from Egypt, they
escape from the arms of
oppressors. As recently
ee decades ago, the petition
was for deliverance from Hitler.
This year, we have sad reason
to lift our voice at Pesach time in
appeals for the deliverance of the
small, besieged Jewish community
.'D Iraq for release from cruel tor-
mentors.
-HOW TRAGIC the lot of our
brothers and sisters in Iraq! The
world'.-, eldest Jewish community
outside Israel, the Jewish enclave
of .Iraq held 120.000 Jews at the
time ol the rebirth of the State ot
j Israel. By May, 1967, after the in-
I gathering, only 2,500 remamined.
i Then the so-called Six-Day War
| visited severe repercussions on the
; community. Th February, 19&Hlrat
of Baghdad went forth the decree
| that the Department of Land Reg-
istration was henceforth to abstain
from carrying out any transactions
regarding the "immovable prop
erties" of Iraq's ancient Jewish
community.
Expropriation of Jewish hold-
ings became the order of the day
Jews of Iraq found it difficult, if
not impossible, to get jobs. Then
Gen. Ahmad Hasan al-Bakr, who
had been hoisted to the presidency
of Iraq by leftist revolutionaries,
began to grind the faces of Iraq's
Jews with even greater force and
less mercy. Charges of spying for
Israel were filed; and Jan. 27, 1969
the world was .shocked to learn that
nine Jews, together with five Mos
j lems and Christians, were hanged
in a public square.
In recent weeks, a new chapter
\ of persecution and execution of the
I pitiful remnant of Iraq's Jews has
j been entered in the book of infam
ous deeds. One Jew who managed
1 to escape the current genocidic
madness has reported that in all
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likelihood 10 more Jews who were
arrested have been hanged. Of the
700 Jews remaining from that no-
ble, long line of Iraq's Jewry half
have appealed for visas "W leave.
The government has taken once
more to expropriating Jewish prop-
erty. Between $150 and $200 million
worth of Jewish hospitals, schools,
businesses and residences appar-
ently have been snatched by a hos-
tile government.
AGAINST this mournful back-
drop of injustice, murder and con-
fiscation, the government of Iraq
has cynically declared that Jews in
that tormented land continue to
enjoy full rights and freedom.
Where do we turn now for re-
lief, for deliverance, for elemen-
tary justice of the long-suffering
Jews of Iraq? It is futile to hope
that an appeal to the United Na-
tions would bring assistance in
this time of deepening turmoil in
the Middle East. Representation by
leaders of the United States and
other enlightened nations has
scanty chance to be heard by the
heads of the Baghdad government.
So once more, we are back to
the resources of our age-old Pass-
over prayers exhortation for
relief and for redemption. There
must be a bit of the spirit and de-
termination of Moses in all of us.
the spirit reaching out to those in
Iraqian bondage in the plea for es-
cape from present-day fowler,
present-day noisome pestilence.
Jazz Concert Will
Conclude Temple's
Fine Arts Series
Ira Sullivan, long one of the
favorite jazz musicians in South
Florida, will be heard in concert
at Temple Sinai of North Dade
Sunday at 8:15 p.m. Mr. Sullivan
ind his Quintet will play the jazz
repertoire which has made him so
famous.
When asked whether 11 was not
unusual to have a jazz combo per-
forming in the Sanctuary of a
synagogue. Rabbi Ralph P. Kings
ley. spiritual leader of Temple
Sinai, answered:
"I consider any form of artistic
expression to be in consonance
with the role of a synagogue and
its endeavor to raise levels of
learning, cultre and spiritual feel-
ing in the community. For some
people jazz, and indeed any form
of music, becomes a religious ex-
perience involving both heart and
mind. It seems to me that's what
leligion is all about."
The public is cordially invited
to attend the concert. All proceeds
will help support the work of
North Dade's only Reform con-
gregation.
A reception for Mr. Sullivan
and his musicians will be held after
the performance by the Patrons
and Sponsors of Temple Sinai's
Arts series, who have helped to
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Poeono Highlands Camps Have
A Larpr Florida Enrollment
Blanche Brass.
Helaine Li pin-sky
Final proparjtions are underway
lor thi departure on July 1 of
pproM'.,.-itcI\ 100 Dade aiul Brow
ard cc nty children to I'oconi
Highl.ii Camps, in the heart of
the he.'.ii lful I'oeono Mountains of
Northe. -tern Pennsylvania.
Boys ..nd irl> accompanied by
staff w he flyinu to Pennsyl-
vania oanl a non-stop Eastern
Airline- Whi-perjet. Campers ;ire
eagerh .ntieipatiny a wonderful.
fun-fill' sunim-r there.
Mrs nl.- I-. Weinherfi and
Louis P Weinber1:. owners and di-
rectors, re extremely gratified at
their hii -c Florida contingent and
with tli tremendous enthusiasm
and vot< of eonfidenee currently
being sh'\vn by many area fami-
lies.
Poeono Highland Camus, since
its bunding in 1935 has main-
tained its fine reputation and high
stand a r nationwide, bv provid-
ing qua v leadership through a
very i .ble international staff,
and possessing magnificent facili-
ties, unsurpassed in beaut) and
scope.
The c. nips program, a combina-
tion of structured programs which
foster { .p participation and co-
operation and elective choices
which ( aphasi/e the uniqueness
and Individuality of every camper,
contribu"' to his growth and
achievement*.
The camp is situated on a beau
tiful natural like with white sand
beach surrounded by camp prop-
erty With many acres of scenic
trails and forestlands. Diversified
aquatic, athletic, cultural and pio-
neering programs are offered.
Lorry Oregon-, one of south F.. f)r, I),,,,!
Florida's out-landing tennis pros. *" "'"'"" '" '
and her eight assistants directs an
advanced tennis program on nine
illuminated all weather courts. The
camps also feature a nine-hole golf
course, watcrskiing with three sleek
speedboats and new 35 ft. ski jump, social hall.
25 sailboats, extensive white water
Blanche Brass and Helaine
Lipinsky. drama duet, will be fea-
tured at the Beth Am Sisterhood
brunch Wednesday April 25 start-
ing at 10 a.m. in the temple's
canoe trips. English and Western
horseback riding along seven miles
of trails, four regulation Brunswick
bowling lanes, a theater workshop
under the direction of nationally
known playwright Martha Winston
of'New York City.
Other activities include ham
radio and electronics, photography,
basketball, baseball, saccer, arch-
en. riflery. karate, wrestling, fenc-
ing, fine arts and crafts, modern
and ballet dance gymnastics, scuba
and snorkeling. rocketry, moiin-
tainclimbing, overnight hikes and
ice skating.
A licensed physician and three
registered nurses are in attendance
on the grounds at all times. Dietary
laws are observed. The camps well-
known master chef. Hudson Park-.
i~ celebrating his 33rd year at
Poeono Highlands.
The camp's Miami office is lo-
cated at 7P17 Wesl Dr. North Bay
Village
Ms Brass and Ms. Lipinsky will
present James Michener's 'The
Drifters."' a story of young people
in conflict with society
In addition to presenting their
adaptations of books which they
rewrite as stage performances for
two throughout the area. Blanche
and Helaine are members of the
Beth Am Sisterhood.
In charge of reservations are
Adrianne Darlow and Carole Clein
Babysitting services will be avail-
able.
Rob't Kanzer Chapter Meets
The Robert Kanzer chapter of
the National Jewish Civil Service
Employees organization will meet
Sunday ai 1 p.m. in the Washing-
ton Federal. 1133 Normandy Dr..
Miami Beach, according to an an
nouncemenl made by Nat Taksier,
president.
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Open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
In b> 10. out b\ 5
Same day service
tor > leaning,
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flat work, fluff dry.
Never an extra charge
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17777 N.W. 2nd Avenue
Telephone i 652-3500
INTRODUCING
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Merchants of new and pre-owned sports cars.
FEATURING:
Lamborghini Jarama
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50 Pre-owned Reconditioned Imported
Sedans and Sport cars available*
Leasing on new and used cars
available on premises
Jay Forman Mgr
Phone:757-3401
8945 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami. Florida 33150
Specialty sfpp
to tF|e qation.
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Chicago
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An there's no better]"
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AL ng picturesque and hist< ric
New River with its endless
of yachts. Wit ranee
I house manned
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thirty minutes from Miami.
And iu .; blocks from I-
Our apartments are pi ;<
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Miami, i-'lorida -- Friday, April 13, 1973
Section D
PASSOVER-
FESTIVAL OF FREEDOM
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" W&y Is This Night Different Front All Other Nights?"


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BOXING TUESDAY WRESTUNG WEDNESDAY
Miami Beach Auditorium
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AA TRJAN6U TRANSFER ft WARfNONSf CO., INC
* Spool r: Loa I Long Oatontt Moving *
PACKING CRATING STORAGE
C^v Mayfiowes Are-- _l Dodo CoMty Nor* :: :.:;:*
C*fl 754-5517
ARMANDO'S ITAUAN RESTAURANT
1 2C 1 S W 73*d Se-ee*. Mw-ni
UN B54-4717
15GG*'a>c'a Co<- Gao-es
We Ce .e- *e Your Home P*or 5 o 10 p-
Passover Quiz Box w si j fo
Vk> at K
M BrU)**^ n the haste iffi
f tbe Pa*er Hatadak*
There an *e=* ^*> emmta
:-.. x >= .-:?-:--: H
:x.:aJ- bat] > osussioe
:o tbt srue b*= Rabbinates
tad tr-e Karaites. The latter re-
--..-..>: ill i-- -" I** Pass-
over Hf-'-'-^ to L:*-n] Bible tbe ooij
as^hssTjc espectzSx be-
- ... -^--ri-.rr Th*
M Hal
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at oral
.:. :r. ::' r-e iir.-
Pi5^
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aawmat *.-
Parr knikttfttmi
Em* POP**"
se H :-.ap>rah. the;
that
he xclr r^asses wooM
aai --: the
That the Rabbsa-
- -5-. f V;-.-,
at she Hn^tti *hboah h
-T*- ~'j nved oc :z the
- :f dae Jeodoft peopk
Wb> i the aaat eaUed -HalW
sf.Lt istta t* parts ia the coarse
f the Seder eresda* e.*. eae
part before the aaeal aad eae
part alter the aaeal. instead of
beta; ehaated as vac sart as b
ecae ia the prayers?
Baaarauy the Harer af the Ha-
bbsM c-n PuBirrr ere :' rided
- o sections. Tbe part wtuefe
.s recite*] before the meal speaks
-4 the oenT-rarie :.-.*t occurred
the pa*: e?pee:alh lb* eao
Ei/pt The jtarc *% the aaea:
refers la the eaebetek.z.:ai per.-:
of the fatar* srher. final -earer
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The firs: PsalM
stUttKim reieTilh nfemaj
:-:-srirTa"xe '. pa-- aaj .e :>
?tVrs rein hi -:t?ex--?d bb>
Thai 3h
3eal whea the raasaBf tha
fame aah-atm ^ rerrted or
oer -
What is the araifVaaee af the
-Charasesh- wi
ser Seder?
at the P>


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a unaber 'A reaaaaki So-
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(ralti ir^ -.--. -
Ictsssle Baaaevhai 'jie ^_
the b.tter hert-i ei-.es : -
rer mtht. Orix.-: arj I
retamder af tta m .- k.-
en^Lrved Je- .--
brieft. {* Haaj
Tbe Jerusi' Tali
That - a red color -j> -
e*e>d that anj
Others cia..-. 'ti-
m aatnj Ism Chora
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lc of It.
the RhlV
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mMBWmn RtHTALS
Fork Hit Trucks Air Hammers
C$mcrtt Sews Generators, Elc.
Zi ,'.eel I '.'"-- ; Renta s
.'.E DEL /ER
1S2C N.W. 2C-h Street PHone NE 5-8712
Ei\Rtt.\RA 4. TARTAK. Designer
-5 57 9^:t O* Leon Bivd Coral Gables
Phone 661-o629
DRESSWELL CLEANERS ft LAUNDRY
5783 S.W. 8rh STREET MIAMI
Pho 667-2443
3 :? ": bem la=? c:
ACME !:;0USTRIAL SHEFT MnAL, INC
5-:: .-. : : X s ear
Pfo*e 337-Sri2
J(II\ F. ALLISON
A Kcpf -: 7: a;:
DANTE'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT
240 iasssey Is'e BJvd Her*h Miami Beach
Phone 947-9465
APPLIANCE REPARIUM
SMALL APPLIANCES REPAIRED
AIL REPAIRS GUARANTEED
947-t041 17MN.E. 163rd Street
To ALL GREETINGS WILLIAM E WARSAW and SAVA ZALKA
A Happy Passover To AI! .
RAINBOW PAINTING CO., INC
SPECIALIZING IN
RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAL I INDUSTRIAL PAINTING
7641 S W 93rd Ave Miami 2744XI2S
A Happy Posacver To All .
ROBERTS ROOFING COMPANY
AM Type, o4 ***idnlM, \ndu$*ri*\ A Comaaarcial Roots
2101 N W. 32od Ct, Miarm H* 635-6606
PASSOVER
a time t
the escape by the ch;
to the Promised Land...
and to pray for the long-awaited
fulfillment of that promise.
THE MIAMI BEACH FfRST NATIONAL. CORAL GABLES FIRST NATIONAL
UNITED NATIONAL Of MIAMI UNITED NATIONAL OF DADELAKD
UNITED NATIONAL Of WESTLAND H'ALEAH
SECURITY EXCHANGE BANK WEST PALM BEACH
MEMBERS FDtC
The United Banking Group


Friday. April 13, 1973
*Je\tlslS fhrktlan
Page 3-D
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all happy occasions (Teshahim
109:A).
Others say that drinking the
wine is a symbol of freedom, since
the free man alone can afford the
luxury of wine'in a relaxed atmos-
phere. Some say that it is'not the
drinking nificant, but the regulation which
limits the drinking to a certain pre-
scribed order which is significant.
While drinking is practically un-
limited and not regulated in any
order in the course of other cele-
bratrons.'rne drinking WPasstovor
eve is regulated to show that free-
dom requires responsibility. While
the slave need not be too concern-
ed about the impression he makes
since he has no social standing,
tlic freeman must -consume his
drink in a dignified manner ac-
ceptable both to society and God.
HAPPV HOLIDAY
GREETINGS TO ALL
FROM
MERICAN SAVINGS
S. Loan Association of Florioa
ociAWiDdiumiomci. loutomct. nmth shom office.
t&tf rtl!*-Jtor.r V-f M BmHi B|.-
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C. 1. K1STLEH
COMPANY
445-1441
1414 CORAL WAY
Lowest Monthly Payment In
This Area on Home Loans
LOWEST RATES
Mo Mortgage Insurance
Charge
A Happy Passover To All .
C &H HOME
BUILDERS
395 S.W. 49th Ave Miami
Phone 448-5775
Reverend
ai AI tori
Extends best wishes
for a
Happy Passover
to his many friends
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL
SALO
SPORTSWEAR
MANUFACTURER
LADIES' SPORTSWEAR
375 N.W. 23rd STREET
573-6387
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
AUTOMATED MEDICAL
LABORATORIES INC.
333 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Phone 531-5568
A Happy Passover To All .
From
BALOGH JEWELERS
447 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach 531-0087
242 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables 445-2644
Holiday Greetings
"SIIJKWT
HOItl l
WHOLESALE RETAIL
MARINE FISH &
COMPLETE DIVE SHOP
14632 N.W. 7th Avenue
MR. ROBERT MOORE, Owner
Holiday Greetings
MELROSE
ELECTRIC
"Service WHh MefrHf
Since 1*35"
6B41 S.W. 81 F-hon. 661-1900
A Happy Passover To All .
"BARTON'S BONBONNIERE
CONTINENTAL CHOCOLATES
Organization Orders Our Specialty Holiday Cards
Complete Line of Israeli Gifts
63rd Street New East Mall
opposite Food Fa:r kosher Market
PH: 947-0019
MR. and MRS. BEN CUTLER
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER
TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND Rf.
ANSWERITE and ANSWERPNONE
Extend Season's Greetings to the Jewish Community
TELCAR
EXTENDS HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
CONGRESS BUILDING, MIAMI
A Happy Passover To All .
DIXIE NATIONAL BANK
OF DADE COUNTY
13001 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY, PE9RINE, FLA.
Phone. 238-3535
BROOKE DISTRIBUTORS
Extends to all
a very happy and
Joyous Passover
Best Wishes for a Happy Passover
RUBY'S CABINET SHOP
3461 S.W. 8th Street
Phone 443-1161
ALLRITE TV
700-71st STREET, MIAMI BEACH PHONE: 865-8661
Extends Holiday Greetings
BEST WISHES FROM .
KANES MASTERBILT FURNITURE CO.
5851 N.W. 35th A venue 633-0542
NATHAN KONIGSBERG, President
TO ALL GREETINGS .
SOUTH FLORSDA
LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS
Incorporated
"SERVICE TO YOU ... IS OUR PLEASURE"
6501 N.W. 37th AVENUE OX 6-4440
A Happy Passover To All .
ALDORA ALUMINUM PRODUCTS
4875 N.W. 77th Ave.
Phone 838-4661
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
S & S STOVE REPAIR, INC.
127 N.W. 5th St. Phone 3730562
A Happy Passover To All .
PORTEL SERVICE CENTER
COMPLETE LINE of NEW, USEO I RECAPPED TIRES
8250 N. Miami Ave. 757-3371
A Happy Passover To All .
THE FORGE RESTAURANT
431 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 534-4536
A Happy Passover To All .
ARTISTICALLY YOURS
1558 N.E. 165rh St., N. Miami Beach
Phone 94t-3221
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Friday. April 5373
A Hepyy Passover To hi
NORTHSIDE
Shopping Center
te CZSTEE zi accvry
N.W. 27* Avenue and 79th STtKT
The Last Passover?
A H-Jcv Passover To AH .
SOUS ROYCE SALES ft SERVICE
Offoa#v Apo-^d gettilars .
rollsjioyce bentley motor cars
bmw motorcars
C R. Berrv Rolls Rovce Inc.
hone33-531
A H:v Po^ove; To A_ .
JACK HARTLEY INC.
475 N.W. 29th St
A Hoppv Passover To All .
STEINFELD CUSTOM TAILORS
A^TESAHOiS PC* MY and WCWB^
12858'- B*SCAYN BCHAEVARD, NORTH MIAMI. FIORIOA
(127** Stret Shopping CMr)
91-5472
B DAVID M. FILLER
so to* s sote Di *- s*
t : j.-.-:- :* -<*~sm% f.zr -<*
::*J-*C -: s*-:: :i i i-J :-? w--:-
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.: -::>-. *.:.-. j* 4? :: n> wrth oar brothers
eartn; :aea Last PassoTer m tae d?ath camp
of BCTCd = -taOi 1944 i fee* Last
Supper the? had bo mat rah nor w^ae. nor
arry of the apc'jr-er. i.-ve* jf P "he*
bad ?.-. r:-*r acres. b.~fr
They
-- >>- Bar at :: : rai i
.-- Hh -rr- ramp: be
->: MM :-.-:-. :i~ .. vertical
Itripei ;:vd as their God was c_j: :-. prison
ii. ivtkal lUijiu so too vert our
brochers dad, ia pr.sor. firb batter
tarmed to their Lord God; for he too was a
prisoner aitfc teem in the death camp he
stood before then in prison garb aUt vertical
tfrtacc and as their God was dad. in prison
garb vtta vertical str-.pes. so too were our
brothers ciad. in prison garb, bitter
They
sax: onto hira. to God Behold In
rirc to ia your wiii. but enslavement pre-.--..
- our life a periled n tins place
and of aL your words to as we car. .
ocly those hich declare Ve Baal _. .
not die'"
Tier.
they sat down to eeiebrate the Passe.-. *r
since they had zrr.'.r.z BtM Is
to the other, each gave his Lie to ait
xaa. hs- socl to his feilow raar -

God
wii .= our nvi-t a: the Last Scoc^
pnsoe girb to him also they gave .
heati zi -:ci. Bad sir.cr ta*;. had at ;
sa^d to their God This is o=r
aie of M *rsd eat and sinee the;. -
they said to the- God Th.
blood, take of :t and drink.
these, our brothers there were rsen 11
and learning the cobbler he of "*'ar>i-
uilor be of VUna the Uadaaaltt .-
been among the sages of of Labim the -
earner :-f Kovno. the bncasMker of K.ll
more, and more: and God tat MBBf
for he too a as of all these places lie
beside
MR. and MRS. ARTHUR Ami.
Sons LARRY and JEfWEY and Daughter USA KAREN
ASSOCIATED PHOTOOR
a ia... 3-.ve. Ta iti .
A Kcrppy Pass-over To AH .
ATLAS* ROOFING CO., INC
All Types of Residential i Industrial Roofs
ir rV ARE EXPERTS -- = S a- o >'.'.--_ .E- 2730 W 3rd Avenue. Hiateah
PKone 885-1641
HOtlDAY GRET>NGS TO OUR
MANY FRIENDS IN SOUTH FLOR ID A
DENMARK ART STONE CO.
12351 N.W. 7th AVENUE NORTH MIAMI
RVING J. DENV\AR< f^esioVrt
A Happy Passover To All .
HOWARD AYARES
CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH INC.
NEW AND USED CARS
10943 S. Dixie Hwy. 665-6581
A Happy Passover To All .
BERKSHIRE LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
100 Biscayne Brvd., Miami. Florida 33132
Phone 373-4504
A Happy Passover To All .
Service First Insurance Agency
24*7 N.W. 7* AVX 435-7507
Mm. Km fa
TO AIL GRoET'NOS .
CAPT. BILL HAMWAY
New Popeye
Haulovec Beach Dodt Phones t4S-3B01 947-3325
r aHaVanPaj* VTeeflOO^J
Esab.shed S-^e '--:
KOWERSBY
RALPH HAYES
FLORIST
& DECORATORS
440 Ha*dhuj Avenv*
Surfeide
44V2654 B06-1JO*
312 Arthur Godfr., Road
5314)072
Bal Harbour Shan
841-0352

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A Happy Passover To All .
ART INSTITUTE Of MIAMI
MM PORTER. Director
7B04 H.L 2nd Aveave 754.5414
Hours: 9-5 Dairy
A Happy Passover To AD .
TNI BOLL AND BEAR RESTAURANT
10 > Bowtevard, Miami 274-4722
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^~t L cry sJXappu &*tna
joyful f^attover
^~4rltt% \J\mmm9
300 JgmmWrm SW
^ >orf/j w llijnti Jy*ach
5701 CJlin, .Wvc. JHimmi **J,
aArltn ^Aita <^*/c &4p*rimtnt -^Motel
900 S-y 2W v. Mimmi JfrmA
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These"
sages, who reclined together at the Passover
table in Bergen-Belsen, related the going out
of Egypt all that night; until their disciples
came to them, and said "Masters, the time
has come to greet the dawn with Hear 0
Israel, thy God is oneOneeven in this
place of death."
The
cobbler of Warsaw spoke; and he said "Lo,
I am like unto a man of 70 years; yet I never
understood why the departure from Egypt
should be related at night, until there came the
tailor of Vilna; and he explained it, thus
-It
is written: remember the evodus from Egypt
all the days of thy life; but now that Hitler
rules, the days of life are departed from this
world; and all that remains in this world is
its night; yet shall you remember the going
out from darkness even though you dwell in
darkness."
Then,
other sages spoke: they explained the exodus
differently; and they said "Scripture teaches
that it is not enough to enthrone freedom in
this our mortal life; we must also enthrone
freedom beyond our human fate, even into
the days of the Messiah, beyond this place of
doom, of death, beyond our doom, our death,
beyond ...
In
that moment the door opened; and there en-
tered one who was clad in the uniform of
Hitler; on the uniform he wore the swastika
of Hitler; and those at the Last Supper said
to him, "Who are you? Declare yourself;" and
he declared himself"I am the Messiah: I
have come to lead you to the eternal Passover
beyond this world."
Then
the blacksmith, who had been among the
sages of Lubin, said to the Messiah "Lead;
and we will follow; for our truth is everlasting,
even in this darkness."
The
Messiah led; and they followed; and even as
they walked in darkness, they celebrated the
liberation of the human body, and the ever-
renewed victory of the human spirit; as it is
written in the Torah "Proclaim freedom
throughout the land."
Then,
as the sages uttered the word, freedom, free-
dom, they arrived at the gas chamber; the
Messiah opened the door; they entered, and
God among them God .
II
In
that gas chamber they looked about them; they
discern a dim form; they said to him. "De-
clare yourself;" and he answered "I, am
Continued On Page 7-D
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to the Jewish Community
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Holiday Greetings To Out Friends and Customers From
HOFFMANS CAFETERIA
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Holiday Greetings
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KINGDOM
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Birds, Tropical Fish Dcg
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Phone 688-3021
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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CARPET, INC.
120 N.W. 25th St.
Ph. 635-0902
Joan A Daker, President
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A Happy PoMOver To All..
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LICENSED-INSURED
66 N.W 23rh Street, Miami
633-0949
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
L CASEY
AIR CONDITIONING
Installinq
5924 S.W. 68th Street
Phone 667-5194
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
ECONOMY
STEAK SALE
97C E. 25th STREET
HIALEAH
691-6831
Gree-.-^gs ..
JOHN A. LYDEN
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Realtors
Sales Rentals Management
444-6161
1418 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
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Hcliday Greetings
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VOYAGER
1433 NE Miami Place
Al Gottlieb
Phone 377-9302
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POWERS
ROOFING
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Ph. 531-3018
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Ho'day Greetings
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MOTORS
5545 S.W. 8th Street
Coral Gables
PHONE 6*7-4622
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NEVILLE GREEN
LAMP AND
SHADE CENTER
1626 ALTON ROAD
Miarri Beach, Florida
HOME LIGHTING
2039 NE. 163 Street
North Mia~ii Beach
KOTKIN'S
JEWELRY, INC.
Greets the Jewish
Community On the
Passover Holidays
Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
Holiday Greetings
JULIA WALLACE
Employment Agency
217 NE. 9fh Street
Miami Shores
754-4647
Haggadah The Passover Story
By Sevmour B. Liebman
Mark Por!n! i- n resident phy-
siciati at S.Y IT. Skin & Cancer
I'nit as ei'. a> beini: an artist.
The text of Let My People Go:
A Haggadah A Collier Book.
S3.031 contains the traditional
. j in Hebrc and
ith certain notable addi-

The things that make this
. 'ah different from a'.l other
are the i!'";-ratinn> by
Podn -]: the inclusion of "The
h of Hope." a special prayer
of hope which the \ i Jew-
ish Conference i:i I Jewry
sts he read at every seder:
a foreword by Abba Eban: and an
introduction by Theodore Bike!.
the first printed Haggadah
appeared in Guadalajara. Spain.
it 500 years ago. over 2.000
differ. ,"ns of this slight
book have been printed. Remem-
bering that Diaspora Jewry reads
the book only twice a year the
Reform have tut it to once a yean.
one must pause to wonder wh>
there->u this outpouring of edi-
There are several ai
but we shall no: list them all.
The content varies The kibbutz-
niks have made changes almost
every year The left-wing kib-
butzim practically eliminate all
mention of miracles and incorpo-
rate much MX -t Marxian ideol-
ogy. The t ninese Jews of Kai-
feng-fu had their own. The Re-
constructionists use their own
version and the North African
Jew* had their own variations. The
hj-imchacki Jews, not almost
tinct. had their Tartar editions
with theil own special additions.
In yean | ast. the changes
principals in the accompanying
art work and the illustrations.
M^ny a:t;.-- aimed their efforts
a; kt c ping the child's at'>
riveted to the pages. We must
not forget that the storj i> more
for the enactment of the rote of
the children than for the adults.
Podwal s illustrations are
em. One see^ Nazis. Russian sol-
diers, popes and bi.-hops. the czar,
churches aiid pictures of the Holy
City.
Although the words are the
same, the illustraions lend a mod-
ern relevance to the age-old ac-
count. Podwal does not let the
reader forget that 'he thime is
"Let my people go.''
In the da;? when the Inquisition
reigned >n Spain and over h. r
colonies, to own a Haggadah was
to risk one's life. However, to
own a Bible entailed no such ri.-k
So on Passover night, the secret
Jews would recite the story as
narrated in Exodus T
would wear ; bite k;-.
was tied tighti} aoout
w aist,
he would hoid a staff in i- eft
hand, aim | ac ip and
down while rt-iing t
aloud.
Then is no 1 r way to
the depth participating in a tradil
thi
eadi and f

own home.
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754-225-.
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Friday, April 13, 1973
*Jmist> fhridkin
Page 7-D
1 The Last Passover?
C > -.lined From Page J-D
death; r serve the hcil-men of Hitler."
"You,
extol freedom; and I death, the physician
-can grant freedom from pain, and from
life they are the same! I grant freedom,
through death, and to the six million who
are with you. to mankind, within you, and to
God. within you; for he has come with you in-
to the gas c.Vi.nber, that he may die with you;
for without nun. in you, God cannot live ."
Having
brought (hem all Into the gas chamber, and God
with them, '.hi Messiah emerged: he bolted
the door; he waited; there came a hiss of gas.
The Mes.siih looked in through the tiny win-
dow, and the sagei lay prone, and God among
them, prone.
Then,
the Messiah aaened the door to the gas cham-
ber; he carried them out in his arms, one by
one. and God among them, in his arms; the
Messiah looked down into the closed eyes of
the tailor of Vilna. of the cobbler of Warsaw,
and the othe i; and he said of them They
did not die, nor the six million within them,
nor mankind;" then he looked down into the
closed eyes of God; and of him the Messiah
said "Goi is dead, dead ."
The
Messiah lifted them up, his brothers: he car-
ried them one by one, to the crematorium, and
God. his brother, among them; he laid them
tenderly, lovingly, upon the outstretched sin-
ews of flame that reached fiery fingers out of
the hitler hell heil! The fingess of fire
stroked and caressed the cobbler of Warsaw;
caressed and stroked the watercarrier of
Kovno, the six million, and mankind; caressed
them, stroked them, until they were burned to
ashes, one by one, and God among them,
burned .
Heil !
God.
the child of man. burned heil!
the father of man, burned, heil!
the !>i other ef man. burned heil!
God, to ashes, burned,
heil .
ashes .
then.
the Messiah removed their ashes from the
flame .
The
Messiah looked down into the pale ashes of
the watercarrier of Kovno. the tailor of Vilna.
the six million, and mankind; and the Mes-
Continued On Page 13-D
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Holiday Greetinqs
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MIAMI -MAGH
mi
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aud the
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HEADQUARTERS
2795 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Telephone 538-0751
Holiday Greetings
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1330 18th Street, Miami Beach
Phone 532-3443
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260 N.W. 25th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 576-3600
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1575 N.E. 205th STREET, N. MIAMI BEACH
Phone 651-2131
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901 LANGFORD BUILDING
121 s.E. 1st STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA
358-1346
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MATERIALS OF MIAMI, INC
50 N.E 181 Street
Phone 652-2877
Passover Greetings from...
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THE WALDMAN HOTEL
On the Ocean at 43rd Street
A Happy Holidtty
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40 N.E. 3rd Avenue
Phone 373-5302
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Phone 891-8576
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2615 W. Flagler Phone 642-6511
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2333 N.W. 7th PLACE, MIAMI -634-6231
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9990 N.W. 87th Ave., Hialeah Gardens
Telephone 823-3290
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Emery Findley Jr., President
6900 N.W. 77th Avenue 887-2652
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2990 N.W. 73rd Street
Phone 696-4011
ro i c n 11 s i
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1666 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 374-01551
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5340 N.W. 163rd Street, Hialeah
Phone 625-8382


warn
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G
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J-or &M from the Management
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ICO
On Hundred Lincoln Road-Miami Baach, Florida
The only Ocoanfronf
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Alfred Stone, General Manager
We wish our friends and patrons the compliments
of the season. May the coming year bring
you the success for whi ch you are
striving, the happiness you
are craving, the good
health to enjey
them both.
Festive Passover Greetings
To All...
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Phone JE 2-4541
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18975 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 947-2631
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700 EUCLID AVENUE-531-1191
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843 EUCLID AVENUE 531-1103
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1901 COLLINS AVENUE 538-7811
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1300 COLL.-NS AVE
MIAMI BEACH 534-2951
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Phone: 538-7511
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SUNSET INN RESORT MOTEL
ISLAMORADA, FLORIDA
FOR RESERVATIONS, PHONE 238-5411
To oor many friends
to Jewish people even
nay this traditional
Festival of Freedom'
be a joyous season.
GALE
HOTEL
1690 COLLINS AVENUE
P'tone 531-6861
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A Happy Passover To All.
M1DTOWN
PLAZA
HOTEL
Under New Management
220 23rd St. off Collins
Phone 531-6814
A Happy Passover To All. .
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of the
MONACO
MOTEL
17501 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach 947-3417
A Hacpv Passover To All
AIRLINER
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Phone 871-2611
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Friday. April 13. 1973
*Jenisti FhrMicir
Page 3-D
JER TO ALL ...
nd
nywhere
MONTMARTRE HOTEL
4775 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 2-1731
Mr. Harvey Weinberg
General Na^a^er
Seymour Dresne*, Manager
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"Open Year Around"
ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS
DOWNTOWN
HOMELIKE
252 NW 2nd Street
Phone 374-3086
A Happy Passover To All.
C0R0NAD0
MOTOR
MOTH
Ft. Walton Beuch, Florida
Ph. Cherry 3-8H6
Greetings To All
AVALOS
HOTEL
700 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 534-4601
BEACON
HOTEL
720 Ocean Drive
Miami teach
Phone 531-5891
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APARTMENTS
900 West Ave., Miami Beach
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Bw
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ON TH = OCEAN AT 26th STREET
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6580 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9875
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SKYWAYS HOTEL
2373 NW. leJeune Road
Phone 633-8411
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MONTE CARLO HOTEL
6551 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone UN 6-8721
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ATTACHE MOTEL
2711 SOUTH OCEAN DRIVE
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
Phone 944-0068
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BANCROFT HOTEL & MOTEL APTS.
Ph. 531-5751
1501 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH
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9401 Collins Avenue, Surf side
Miami-Beach 866-5446
W\j H Tn *" Conditioned anc lei'.-j^BM
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Owner Mgmt. ^^ *
OH THE OCUN T Mtti STUEET, MUMI IUCH ^^
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Oceanfront at 101st St., Bal Harbour, Miami Beach
LARRY CLIFF, General Manager
For Reservation 865-3511
BEAU RIYAGE
9955 COLLINS AVENUE
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18335 COLLINS AVENUE
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19115 COLLINS AVENUE
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1410 Ocean Driva
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Phone 538-4316
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Phone 866-7328
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Friday. April 13,. 1973
V
Joyous Passover Greetings
From
SOUTH FLORIDA
PIONEER WOMEN
A Happy Passover fo the Entire Jewish Community From
THE WOMEN'S
AMERICAN ORT
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA REGION
Mrs. Phillip Stark
Region President
Passover Greetings From
The Houses Of Worship
And Organizations
In South Florida
ISRAEL HISTADRUT COUNCIL
OF SOUTH FLORIDA
Wishes Its Friends And Supporters
HAPPY PESACH AND SHALOM
Suite 389
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla 33139
Telephone: 531-8702
SAMUEL FEINSTEIN, President
MOE LEVIN, Chairman of Board
SIDNEY BOLOTIN, Cochairman
-rout
BETH TORAH
CONGREGATION
1051 INTERAMA BOULEVARD, NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
PHONE 947-7528
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION EXTENDS TO ITS
MEMBERS AND THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
ON THE FESTIVAL OF FREEDOM, A HAPPY PASSOVER.
A Happy Passover to the Jewish Community
GEORGE GERSHWIN LODGE NO. 196
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
MOLLIE KAHANER SISTERHOOD OF
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
1051 North Miami Beach Blvd., North Miami Beach
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL
MIAMI CHAPTER
AMERICAN JEWISH COMMITTEE
WISHES YOU A HAPPY PESACH
Dr. Charles R Beber, President
THE RABBI, CANTOR, PRESIDENT, & BOARD OF
BETH KODESH CONGREGATION
EXTEND PASSOVER GREETINGS
THE
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
The First the Largest Traditional
Synagogue on Miami Beach
301-311 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Wishes To Ail Its Members, Worshippers and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
DR. S. T. SWIRSKY, RABBI WM. G. MECHANIC. PRESIDENT
MAURICE MAMCHES, CANTOR DANIEL ROTH, TREASURER
ISAK GOTTLIEB, VICE PRESIDENT
RABBI and MRS. MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
and the members of
TEMPLE MENORAH
The Officers, the Board of Directors,
the Staff, the Students and Affiliate Groups of
THE HtBRtW ACADEMY
#
Extend a Happy Passover to the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
2400 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach Florida
Temple Judea
OF CORAL GABLES
Extends Wishes for a Happy Passover To All
JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICE
Job Placement Career Planning Rehabilitation Workshop
318 N.W. 25fh Street, Miami, Florida 33127
Serving the community from adolescent to senior citizen
TEMPLE ZAMORA
RABBI and MRS. MAXWELL BERGER
Extend Best Wishes for a Happy PASSOVER to tne
Members and Officers of the Congregation
and its affiliated organizations and the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Passover Greetings From
TEMPLE ISRAEL
OF MIRAMAR
6920 S.W. 35 St
Miramar, Fla.
Avrom L. Drazin, Rabbi
Donald F. Powell, President
Abraham Koster, Cantor
A Happy Passover
SISTERHOOD
OF
TEMPLE NER TAMID
Best Wishes For A
Happy Passover
THE ARTIST'S
COVE
15366 W. Dixie Highway
N. Miami Beach
Phono 947-3191
a Happy Passover To All. .
masters gardens
florist
5242 W Flagler Street
Phone 448-4655
Neisners Store
Central Shopping Center
Phone 649-5832
Flower Arrangements Special
prices for Now Year Holidays;
A Happv Paesover To AH .
FW.Attt OF
Mlllfl
209 W. 21st Street, Hialeah
885-3908
Jack Kamin
Leonard Coleman
Howard Margo4ui*
A Happy Passover To All.
ATLAS METAL
INDUSTRIES, INC.
1135 N.W. 159th Drive
Miami, Florida
Phono 625.2401
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Mr. & Mrs. Al H. First
and Family
Dr. & Mrs. Allen Baumal
and Family
Dr. and Mrs.
William b. Cooper
and Family
wish their relatives
and friends
A Happy Passover
A Happy Pcmover To All. .
PERRY CHESTER
SHOES
It The Smaitest Spots
In Town Look For
CHESTER PERRY SHOE SAIONS
Where To Boy Them"
Perry
Chenier
Shite Salon*
4f1 Harding Ave Sirrfsida
2494 E. Swiris* Blvd., Ft. UNdereeltl
DipUm.t Hotel _____ HeHyWOad
| Ooral Beadi Hotel Mtaml *
E4m Ret Metd **
Americana Hottl *!!
OoMm^i Mall Miemi ttocll
2494 E. Sunrise Blvd.
Ft. looderdole-Ph. 565-4901
A Happy Passover To All.
GREETINGS
GOLDFABB &
ASSOCIATES
REALTORS
Soetial'ning in
COMMERCIAL and INDUSTRIAL
REAL ESTATE
6925 BISCAYNE BLVD.
The largest ancient oil lamp ever found in Israel has now
become the property of the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.
The unique 14 x 14 in., 21-nozzeled, ceramic lamp is one
of the largest found throughout the Roman Empire. It is
assumed that, this lamp served for ceremanieB in a palace
or Jewish public institution some time around the destruc-
tion of the second temple 19 centuries, ago. The lamp, dec-
orated with oil jugs and olive and grape leaves, was com-
pletely broken, but has been restored by the Israel Museum
laboratory.
"rU'Ln '7/,c Cry Of Qb*.p*h Js
y^JlenrJ, Jlie ^jew /- rK\\fcrs tJc'r *jcw* <-*very7iore J-rcnt Jli>
33 Jf'nai J3'rUli
'l/ait/i KJrganUaUon \m*naf>ter0 kJ lie Hnimi a^trea
CONGREGATION B'NAI RAPHAEL
Extends Best Wishes For Peace and Happiness
To All at This Passover Season
RABBI VICTOR D ZWELLING
CANTOR JACK LERNER PRESIDENT RUDOLF MANN
1401 N.W. 183rd Street, Miami, Fla.
Phone 624-2621
Best Wishes For A Happy Passover
from
Temple Sinai
North Dude's only Reform Congregation
RALPH P. KINGSLEY IRVING SHULKI
Rabbi
Cantor
\0UNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
Extends Best Wishes for
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
Rabbi Zalman Kossowsky Barry Schreiber, President
RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN and OFFICERS OF
Skv Lake* Sviiagogno
Extend Wishes for a Happy Passover fo 411
RABBI JONAH E. CAPIAN
A Happy Passover To All .
To All Their Members and Friends
THE MIAMI fRIENDLY SOCIAL CLUB
MAX GARSMAG, President
SAMUEL FRIEDIAND
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
DR. IRVING LEH3MAN, RABBI
JUDGE HERBERT S. SHAPIRO)
PRESIDENT |
BETH DAVID C0H6EE8ATI0N
Extends Best Wishes For
Peace and Happiness to All
at This Passover Season
2065 S.W. Third Avenue
7500 S.W 120th Street
THE RABBI, CANTOR, OFFICERS, and MEMBERS
THE ISRAELITE "CENTER TEMPLE
3175 S.W. 25th Street
Extend Their Greetings to All Their Members and Friends
For A Very Happy Passover
CHESTER LEITER ALtfEXT ZISMAN
President Chairman of the Board
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER!
Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamiirachi
RELIGIOUS ZIONISTS OF AMERICA!
GREATER MIAMI REGION
HERMAN EISENBERG HYMAN KOLKO JACOB R. MODANSKY,
Presidium
HAD ASS AH
Extends to the
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
Best Wishes for a Happy Passover To All ..
THE MIAMI CHAPTER THE MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
Mrs. Morris M. Herman, President Mrs. Emanoel Menti, President

A HAPPY PASSOVER TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
B'NAI BRITH COUNCIL
OF
SOUTH FLORIDA LODGES
=i
A Happy Passover to the Member of
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
and to the entire Jewish Community
MR. SAM COHEN, PRESIDENT
DR. DAViD RAAB, RABBI MR. SAUL H. BREEH, CANTOR
1545 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
A Most Happy Pessach *o All .
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
RABBI MILTON SCHLINSKY CANTOR REUVAN ECKHAUS
1025 N.E. Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beach
Women's League tor Israel
Lincoln Miami Beach Chapf
r*t*ndt Best Wishes To All For A Happy Pessach
en


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Jenlst ncrkttan
Friday, April 13. 1973
s^-*^.*^*? **>+OHS>:y *m*sb $&
ii^.i
i
app>Y
FROM THE
CARNER BANK
OF MIAMI BEACH
fr (305)534-1577 *t^ J
930 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
(305)534-1577
<@>
A Happy Passover To All .
UNIVERSAL BRANDS, INC.
MIAMI HOMESTEAD BRANCH
SCHIITZ and OLD MILWAUKEE BEERS
BALLANTINE BEER and ALE
LOWENBRAU and FALSTAFF BEERS
GALLO WINES
Phone 635-1391
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
ISRAEL KOSHER SAUSAGE CO.
23C NW 5th STREET
THE SEASONS GREETINGS FROM
Ponce De Leon Beauty Salon
1402 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Phone 445-2631
Decor Concrete Railing
by
CONCRETE UNLIMITED INC.
3901 West Commercial Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
949-4339 731-6900
Passover: High Key 5733
RABBI EDWARD T. SANDROW
(A Seven Arts Feature)
There is a heated' debate being
carried on by scholars and rabbis
and leaders in the Jewish com-
munity on the missionizing impli-
cations of "Key 73."
One school of thought has ex-
pressed indignatioji and a sense of
nhock that elements in the church
should spend so much money and
manpower in an effort to "save
the souls of the unchurched,"
meaning "spiritually wandering
Jews." In spite of the change in
the conventional Christian image
of the Jews, and contrary to the
spirit of Vatican II and the pro-
nouncements of Protestant schol-
ars such as the late .* Reinhold
Niebuhr, the reality is that the
Jew is the prime target.
The other school of thought is
less "hysterical" about the impli-
cations of "Key 73." It urges the
Jewish community not to get ex-
cited about it. After all, this is a
free country' and in the competitive
arena for minds and souls, the
church can do what it wants. It
is up to the Jewish community to
be resolute and become so spirit-
ually revitalized that it transcends
such a challenge.
The issue is clear and Passover
has a message which ought to
answer the,church, .on. the one
'hand, and vindicate the position
of the Jewish people, on the other.
The key 10 Hie missionizing
gospel is the messianism of Jesus
The church believes that Jesus as
the Messiah has already come. He
was to bring about the Kingdom
of God, of peace and justice for
all people. And while Christianity
contributed to the spiritual pro-
gress of mankind, it took the
philosopher physician rabbi Mai-
monides to express the Jewish
view when he wrote ". the
teachings of Jesus the Nazarene
. were intended to pave the
way for the coming of the King
Messiah and to prepare the whole
world to worship God together as
one." He meant that the real Mes-
siah would not arrive until there
would be an end to slavery, and
that he (the Messiah) would abol-
ish war, would end hunger and
disease and special inequality.
How could the Jewish people,
through inquisition and "auto de
fe" and pogrom, accept Jesus as
the Messiah? Where was all the
freedom and love for which hu-
manity waited? With all its re-
spect for a fellow Jew, the Jew-
ish people could not embrace
Christianity or its founder, since
to the Jew, he was not the Mes-
siah, nor did he usher in that
messianic age, which the Bible
or Jewish tradition anticipated.
For the Jew, the messiah has
not appeared as yet. That is why
he sits down at the Seder table
and recalls the slavery of his an-
cestors in Egypt. He looks at the
world and knows there is violence
and poverty and hostility. He goes
through what the late Prof. Hes-
chel called "an act of self-engage-
ment of the spirit." He dedicatee
himself to human freedom. He
seeks a connection between the
first redemption from Egypt and
the final redemption in the days
of the messiah. That is why he
sings the lines from the Haggadah,
"Let all who are hungry come and
eat"
The Jew wants the world to be
converted, not by sweet talk or
piessure, every man in his own
way, to messianic redemption and
that is physical security and spir-
itual rebirth. That is why "Key
'73" is not for him.
The Jew continues to work for
the values which will bring about
that Kingdom of God. Then he
will be sure that the me>siah has
come. Not until then!
A Happy Passover To All .
Biscayne Chemical
Laboratories Inc.
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS LAUNDRY DRY CLEAN-
ING and JANITOR SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT
LABORATORY SUPPLIES AND CHEMICALS
if SERVING ^
DAK COUNTY MOWARD LR
MAtTIN SAINT IUCIF. PALM BEACH INDIAN RIVER
1215 NW. 7th AVE., Miami 33136 377-1421
BEST WISHES FROM ..
MELONY'S WARDROBE
9548 Harding Avenue, Surfside
Phone 866-3601
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
JENSEN-HANSEN FURNITURE
450 Biltmore Way, Coral Gables
Phone 444-7469
SYLVIA Commercial Sewing Machine Co.
2035 N.W. 1st PLACE, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 573-5314
A Happy Passover To All..
F R IJ IT
FAIR
1654 COLLINS AVE.
532-1713
Ell QUAIN'S
F A F STORE
215 LINCOLN ROAD
534-0859
holiday Greetings
VAN GUNDY
AIR CONDITIONING
We Sell, Service and Install
15320 W.Dixie Highway
North Miami Beach
Phone 949-3374
Our Wishes for Your Health
One And All .
Oak Feed Store
NATURAL FOODS
3030 GRAND AVENUE
COCONUT GROVE. FLA.
Phone 448-7595
Open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
7 Days A Week
SUPER MARKET
527 WASHINGTON AVE.
M B FLORIDA
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
THRIFTY HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL YOUR HOLIDAY NEEDS
esi "WisLs g;, o4 j{*pP 93
Jo \Jur assover
ustowiers


Friday. April 13. 1973
-Jmlsli ttorfdtof}
Page 13-D
' The Last Passover?
Contiwied From Page 7-B
Bl#h said "It is an illusion: their flesh-has
not been burned to ash. They live!" But of
Cod, he said"He has become dust and ash
in this place of death; God has dwindled into
od, zero, in this place of death; he has dwin-
* died into death-god. nothing-god, in this place
of death.1'
In
hat moment, the thimbleful of ash which had
been God, entreated the Messiah "Redeem
me, that I may live; that it may not be said
Wong the nations. God is dead! God is noth-
ing! Our Eternal, the Divine Nothing dead."
Then,
the Messiah spoke to the nothing-god, to him.
thus: "If you would indeed be God, and not
god, zero, then hearken to the voice of Israel,
who chose you, and thus became your chosen
who was chastised by you, and hence won
the right to admonish vou, thus
"You
plucked me, a vine out of Egypt; you planted
me, in your strength. But of my own strength
did I clear a space round about me; I took
deep root where the swampland had been;
where the barren rock had been; where the
desert had been; I filled the land with life.
your land my life mine.
Now


London City
Men's Shop
63 East Flagler St.
379-4106
>x
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"
A Happy Passover To All
From .
THE KRIEGER
FAMILY t
AMPCO
PRODUCTS, INC.
7795 West 20th Avenue
Hialeah
Phone 821-5700
A Happy Passover To All.
LUBY CHEVROLET CITY
9200 N.W. 27th Avenue
Miami
Phone & 696-1711
SHERRY
MANUFACTURING
COMPANY, INC.
ITS SHERRY FOR TERRY
3321 N.W. 65th Street
OX 1-4330 or OX 1-4331
A Happy Passover To All
ALHI SALES
COMPANY
Wholesale Distributors
2337 N.W. 8th Ave.
Miami, Florida
Phone 634-7261
GROVE
CLEANERS ft
FURRIERS
3130 Commodore Plaza
Coconut Grove
Phone 446-0334
that I have builded, they seek to break down
my fences, that all who pass may pluck at
ine;. the brownnoa^fe..from, beside-ithe. north"
sea, whose feathers were of beaten steel, the
eagle whose cry was heil he plucked at
me; the red bear out of the tall forests, whose
open maw shone scarlet in the white snow;
the bear that walks like a man he plucked
at me; the tawny camel, whose hump moves,
shifting, like the yellow sand dunes in the
desert; the camel whose home is Cairo, Da-
mascus, Amman, he plucked at me."
"Therefore?" asked God.
Therefore,"
said the Messiah, "be mindful of this vine,
which your hand planted and made strong,
that you might lean on it; be mindful of these
children of man, if you, the nothing-god. would
be God again, that it may not be said among
the nations 'He is dead; God who drin-
dled into god, nothing, he is dead .
dead .'
finally!"
"I will be mindful," said God; 'and as for my
people, who perished ." "They did not
perish," said the Messiah "you perished, in
the heart of man, because of Bergen-Belsen .. .
you perished,
you .
Best Wishes To All
KmO.ING \ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
MIAMI. FLORIDA 3315G
TEIEPHONE G61-8518' ;nn ,
i
GREETINGS TO ALL
MARGIE FREDERICK
Income Tax Service
Experienced in Business and Personal Tax Returns
NOTARY PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
4250 E. 4th AVE., HIALEAH 822-4231
A Happy Passover To All .
FLORIDA AUDIO VISUAL, INC.
3942 N. Miami Avenue, Miami
Phone 576-0358
A Happy Passover To AH .
ELI ROSENBERG ORIGINALS, INC.
7475 W. 4th Avenue
Phone 822-7411
Wishing you
a happy
Passover.
JEFFERSON
BANCORP, INC.
Subsidiaries:
JEFFERSON CAPITAL CORPORATION
301 Arthur Godfrey Road
JtFFERSON NATIONAL BANKS:
MIAMI BEACH, with Trust Deptrtment
301 Arthur Godfrey Road
SUNNY ISLES
290 Sunny Isles Boulevard
KENDALL
9600 North Kendall Drive
Membtrs FOIC
3/23-30 4/-13
1X.-IIU1.V V.IM-K
3/30 4/S-13-20
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+Jewisti fferidf&r
Friday. April 13. 1973
LIGAl NOTKt
ICGAl NOTKt
ItCAl NOTKt
LtCAl NOTKt
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1874
in RE: Batata of
NANCY RICHARDSON
dacaaaqd.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS ''
Ml Creditor! and All Persons Hav-
n Clalmi or Demand* Against Saul
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
.!..... NANCY RICHARDSON de-
used la:, mi l i.ul, i '.mi iv. Florida.
i the Circuit Judgei nf Dade County,
nd ill. the aami In dupllcnl
rovlded in S< etli
Statute s in theli offli ea In th
.11 i iii, in i tadi I 'oui I
thin nix calendni moul hs ii
ii. of the first publ
, Kami ill In barn '1
Piled at VI Florida,
i ..: March, x I > .
JACK LOW
V ExefUl '
Vir-i nub
. da) ul Ma
lOI'AS I M flOVKRN
kttoi v foi Bxi i V
. : K 'omnu rein HI) I
i *ude Fli
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and
Florida
I '..111 Iv
Florida.
.in the
hereof, or
tl
Until'
on
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No. 73-641S
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: PETITION OF
El iWARD WALKER, Huab.....I
of OENEVA IVA1 KER
TO: WILLIE BCPOKD KEITH
Residence I fnknow n
Vi il' are hen by noi Ifled thai Petl
tlonera have filed a petition in thej
nliovi vrrii -I-.up i fa*,-th> '"adoption,
ni the minor child ERNE8TINH
x V'ETTH KEITH nnd yi u an h
tiulred in ahow raust whi th, mi
should nol be granted, b> serving n
i t any.
upon ALFRED I' R Bl !:' Attorne)
f, i Petition) rs, I!i Wi
nj ne Hulldl iv. Mian
I hy fllltii
nf with ih. Clerk of 1
i'i-ui't on or i" fore da \ of.
\ .i : may|
hi i ren i] igainst >>>u
lion
. \\ ITNB8S n '
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IN THE CIRCUIT JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-1669
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
In RE: Estate nf
JOAN 8CHEIB QER1NQER
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims i Demand* Attains) Said
Estate:
niu iii'i' hereby notified and nuuivid
to present any clalmi ard demands
which you may have attains) the es-
tnte of JOAN 8CHBIB OERINOER
,i i ,'. 11 ,i. i nun. Flor-
ida, t" the Circuit Judges of Dade
County, ;i'"i file the name In dupll-
nl :i- pro)
Florida Bl itu In tl el ofl la
thi Count) i >ui lliousi Dad un -
Florida, within l
:i mths
nuhllcatioti hen-of,
I barred,
Dated
I .l:i\ Man AD
Sidm i i:
, r -.hi .,
Firs! ptibl i
tun.
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the first
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTVi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-6300
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
HE ''
PEREZ,
and
Mi IN PEREZ, llu-'..,ud
l: VMl IN I \ :<:::y.
.
EHZI I.I'. S'l .1,1 'V
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
action f"i l 'i Mnr-
ralnsl > "\i and
y,,y .,.. reoulred ei i i pop) of
-. ui wrlltel if anv. to it
I awn iii F Kalne, attorney fur
lorn i u hose address i- 95!i 8 W
First Street, Miami, Florida, and file
:i origin il \\-iili the clerk of the
. \. -' \!. ii ourt mi or befot. April
.'. |i3; ntherwiai a default will lio
lered agalnsl you for the relief de-
manded in th, complain! or petltlon.j
WITNESS m> hand and the seal of
in ai Miami Florida on this
lay "f March,
RICHARD P BRINKER
a- i 'l( 11;, i In uii Courl
Dade County, Florida
r.\ R M KISSEE
\-' Deputy Clerk
. i n nit i 'nurl Si al'
i AWRENCK F KAIXE
s W First Stn
v. iii Plm .'
a i tomes for Petitioner
.1 21-30 4'6-1*

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY r.lYKN thai
Ti .- undersigned, desiring to engage in
buafnesa under the fictitious name of
PALE ENTERPRISES at Dadi
untj Florida intend to register
said i with thi 'iiii k ni' Ihe Mr
i, ...... Florida.
Mi IRTON BRUSSEL
PHILIP l..\I'll>rs
I Howard B< rgcr
A 'urn. v for applii ams
citj Vatlot al Bank Bidg.
Miami. Fla
: | i]| -,. ( r
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRl IC ICS
| [NO P
IN THE CIRCUIT CO Rl 'F THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL C^RCl IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNT\
CIVIL ACTION NO 73 I
GENFRAI JURISDH VISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MAI-'- \ |
[ IV RI I It I I'
Bl SCHi IE."......
m lit! .i in iriloEVl
II I \ | .
DhvI> II
I akexi n d. v, >, .'
ARE HEIIEI NoTIFIKI
hat in
'-" has l.....i fll.-d iiR.iinsl you and
a are i eiiuired : .-< \. ... npy nl
ur written defenses II any. In ii
J( ISEPH SCHMIER. atton i rot
tier, uli.-. -., i .
Roi i Bulti li 6 Miami Bi u*
"'"' Ida .::::.::i. and file Ihe original i:ii
lerh of Ihe above styled rourt "ii
r i" fore April :'".. 197.1; ntheru i-.,- :,
ii fault will in- entered against you for
hi i sllef demandeil In the complaint
r petition.
Tin- notice shall h* published onca
;i.li vm...|< fur f.iur ...'.-,, uiiv.. weekl
ii THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and thi ,i
...ii nun ni Miami, Florida on this
'iiiv "f March. 1971
RICHARD P BRINKER,
\~ Clerk, Circuit i"our!
P nl, i 'nunIn l'l. i .ii i
}'.< i p i 'i ii'i.i \ \|i
As In puty Cleric
'"Iri ii'i i "ourt Seal)
i ISEPH S< 'HMIER IN.hi .
"i l.ini niu Road, Suite
'tlaml n..n ii. Roi
mii.in,\ for Petitioner
.i 23-30 4 ;-::
! v
S'.lti. i I
y for KST.V
IOAN SCHEll WJER
' '
I ; I
' '
DIVISION
N
'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 73-1676
J. GWYNN PARKER
]i HE Estate "f
.' sill'll FRI'MKES
.!------..,,!.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' All Cn .in..i- and \n Peraona Hav-
oi l ma ndi Agalnal Said
i le:
...ii an herebj notified and reoulred
any i lalms and demands
which '."ii in.i havi agalnal the ea-
tale of .1' ISEPH FRI'MKES di
late ol Dadi 'ounty, Florida, to the
Dadi Count) and
i il the game m duplicate and at pro
vi.l..] i'i Si in Floi i.i.i Stal -
ii'.-.-. in their office* in Ihe CounD
Courthousi in Dude County, Florida
wiilnii -i\ calendar months from thi
urn" of ;h fir~t nubllcatlon hereof
ni the same will be harred
Filed ni Miami Florida, this .' flay
"i Slnri'h A P 1973,
CONSTANCE FRUMKE8
As Executrix
SIMON, HATS (t ORUNDWERQ
Attorney for Exeiutrix
'."S Alnaley Building
3/80 4 0-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-1816
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE: Estate of
M \KY BELLER
Deceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T-. All Creditor! and All Persons Hav-
ing t'laima or Demand* Against Said
Eatate:
You are hereby notified and rermired
to present any claims and demandsI
which you may have against the es-
tate nl .MARY BELLER Uerensed hue
of Dade County. Florida, to th< Clr-'
NOTICE OF ACTION
CON"'-'----------------"VICE
fNO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-7376
ENt.,nk -iniun.iiuii u. v ISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
"> RE: the Marriage ol
"MlM'.'iK INNOCENT Husband
Petll.......r
ill.LIE REE GRIFFIN INNOCENT
Wife, Respondent
" WILLIE REE liHIFFIN
l\\i ii 'l.'NT
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
mi an action for Dissolution of Mar-
i;'' ha I.. .' filed agalnsl you' and
u ar, reoulred to serve n copy of
our written defenses, if any to it
DAX-TEI. RETTER. attorney for
11 tloni r, n hose address is IflOS I mi
"-- Building, Mlnmi, Florida 13133
ml file Ihe original with the clerk of
in- above atyled court on or hi fore
'" I, ''' "iln i.i- ., default will
red agalnal you foi the relief
J ii ded in the complain) or petition
Thin notice -Imll he published once
mii w.-.-k foi four i.....xeeutlve weeka
'I I'lIK JEWISH Fl ORID1 W
WITNESS nn hand and Ihe seal nf
mi "iurt ni Miami, Florida on this
'7 .l.iv ,.f March. 1973
RICH VRD P BRINKER,
As i 'lark, Circuit Conn
Dade County, Florida
Bv i: .1 I'liY
a- Deoutv Clerk
lir. nit four I Seal)
n VX'P.H RETTER. EBQ
.....". Congreaa Building
Miami, Florida 33133
Attorney for Petitioner
3 nn 4 B-18-20
NOT'CE OF ACT
CONS- UCTIVE SERVICE
,NO PROPERTN.
IN THE C'RCUIT COl KT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRl
CF FLOHIDA, IN AND I'OR
D-LiF COL NT>
:iviu \ no. "
GENERAL ,'L RlSDICTION
ACTION FOR DIS'
OF MARRIAGE
in RE
T M .: rlagi !"
Iti HIEHT JAMES WII'.KI
IIEU! x Rl 'I'll u L'BKE
TO HEU1 x Rl T II W l'l
Eaal Main Street
Box M
Ynnhnnk, N< w V rl
YOr ARE HEREBY VnTl
' ai :i"n for I Usso u : Mar-
i lagi has been filed agnii you n I
\"U are required t" serve :< i>^ of
your written defensi In it
on Robert H Burns, Esiiu 'e.
for Petitioner whosi ad)lreas i- 420
l.lm In Rd Suite I! M ml Bi in Ii
. Florida, and fii, the original with thi
clerk of ihe above styled court "n "i
before April :'".. 1973: otherwlsi h de-
faull will be entered agalnal \..u for
the relief di manded in the omp aim
or petition
This notice shall b, publ -i ed once
each week f..i four consecutive weeka
in THE .1 EW1SH Kl i )RI1 HAN
WITNESS nn hand and Ihe s,.;ii nf
said court al Miami, Florida on this IS
dnv of March, 197.1
RICHARD I' BRINKER,
\- Clerk. Cln uii Courl
Dade County Florida
Bs I SKEEDEN
Av Deputy Clerk
ii 'Ircuil Courl Seal I
Rl IHERT II BCR.NS
L' I.in. "In !:.l
Miami Reach F i
r. iitioner
3
' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
I IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-6313
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
PROPERTY
l.xxx UEXi'K J MORKLLO and
M.via .in MOKELLO, a .Minor, by
1,-ni tiiiMuch h. r next friend and
(luanllon. MARY P. MOHEUXX .
Plalriiiffa.
JIMMIE 1. MII.I.EH. as Adminl'l
>, of the Estnte of VIROINIA C,
M))REI.IX>, Deceased and
RICHARD RALPH MO HELLO,
1 tefend i'ii>
Tl I RICHARD R XI I'll MORELLO
Il | n W.
Canton, 1479*
X'. RE "' iTIFIED thai an ai
u .1 i.\ Plaintiffs
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'...\ .' hi Utle to Ihe
'ollowins ',.il ;,i 'i"iu m Dade Coun-
'
' : BRANDON PARK
ION ', i 'ordlng fo th)
Pin)..... rded Plal
P v.- :: Public Re I
. .... .i ,-v pi iridi raiin
ii mi \ vv
Uenu County,
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IFCA1 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- 73-8114
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I IN HE: Marriage-of:
HI TH I. OREEN.
H in
ami
JAMES U OREEN,
Husband
i ii i: James \x' Green
11140 Red Barn Roud
Warminster, Pa
roc are hereby; not
thai .mi .! I Ion for I ilaaolutlon "l ,xi
rlagi haa been filed agalnsl you
you are reoulred \>> serve ,i <":* |
vour v. ritli ii defenses, if any, :
on IRA Pi IZEN, ,i lorm > for
Honei ,i .- addi. n Is .
Illghxi ..<. Suite 100, Miami, Fla
nnd flh > nal v\ iili the
nf Hi. ahovi -' < led ottrl
m.i i 1973 : otherwls)
I.....nl,- ed ii...iin -i you foi
ii mi "ii.il in 'be complaint or pi
. -d.iii hi publ I
each \\ eel; for foul roi i 'i
. THE IEW ISH FLORIDIAN
VI ITNI -> mj hand nnd Ih
ii "'
I da) V" 1973
RICH \KD P BRI '.
. i. -ii
P ,.i. 'ounty, Flm
13 J l-'"Y
At
' ii Courl Si ill) > i
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONST^UCTIVF SFruiCE
(NO PROPERTY'
IN THE C'RCUIT Co, I OF THE
ELEVENTH .lUDITIAI CIRCl IT
OF Fl '"ni IN ANn FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO "
ACTION FOR OISSIV UT'ON
OF MARRIAGE
it !:

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1503
, ,,,. Hon' J' Gwnn Parker
in RE: Estate "f
FRANCES BONTRAOER NEC,
> i ;ist'l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To am Creditors and All Persons Hav-
iiir Claims or Demands Against Siiiil
Estate:
You ;ir. henbv notified and require,1
'ult Judges nf Dade County, and file, 'n present any claims and demands
ihe hume in duplicate and as provided,' "'huh you may have against the es-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClHi
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTV
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO
In RE Estal
xx ILLIA.M C HANFORD
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To XII i redltors and Xll Pel sons
I nc. "i I in,mils X
I I '.
You are hei le i ilfieil and u
i" I'" sen I am clnima and demands
which you nuo ha\ agninai ihe i --
late of WILLIAM C HANFORD di
' '- 'I II......I I Wide Count -' :
in iln Circuit .IihIl.'. "i Dadi Count)
nnd file th, sami In duplli iti nnd .i~
provlded In Section 733 18, Florida
Statutes, in ib. ir offices In the Countv
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 70-4423
JOHN R BLANTON
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN RE i:
NELLIE tiOLDIN
l'.-. nsi i
NOTICE is ii-r. I.\ given thai I have
' Ii .1 iu\ I'i" i! Report .mil Petition
' for Distribution and Final Discharge
.i> Administratior of the estate of
NELLIE tiOLDIN deceased and thai
ii or after the 1st flai ol Mm 1973
... ; appl) ti Ih Honorable Circuit
'".^urt Judges of Dade Count) Florida
for approval ol -.,: I Final Reiiorl and
'i.in......i final lb hai*: ;
i tdmlnlstrat.il
ih \. imeri da)
I 1973
RICH [.DIN
X i.\1 CRISTOL
vi
Noi X'. i '.l
dial (3131
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x' '' VIDA tOCII VR,
Pi '
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UEIMHAR AUCII. XH.
Ii,i. ndanl
-rn REIMBAH xmil \'t
i Cm mi Ii i.u. ..<
I...in. I Drink
Rnw %
NEW YoHK NEW Yi 'RK
Yor ARE HKRBRY NtT
ih..i an action f"i Dlaaolutlon til Mai
In' p been fib il affalnsl > u I
you .i'. required in aei \ a copj
your written defenses if an)
on S1IARE7 ,v CARRICARTE. PA
a I tome) for Petitioner, whosi atldresa
i- ''"..'. S XX First Street, Suit.- No
2nl, Miami. Florida 1130 and
the original with thi del k ol '
,i".\.' styled court on "i before V
II, i"7.:. othi rw Ise a default u III I
.-.I agalnsl i mi for Ihe relii ( I
I ni 1'iileil iii ih, complaint "i pel I
This notli shall he published
each week for four consecutive we
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
XX ITN Ess nn hand >"'i thi
--* f courl ni Mi.inn. Florida nn thia
In da> of March, 1973
RICHARD P. BRINKER
I Clerk i Ircul l 'ourt
I '.ni.- i 'ounty, Flur
Itv R M KISS' '
v I ihim i'|. ii
cult I 'in Seal)
-r UtEZ .v CARRICARTE, P A
". :' XX l-'-i .-' .-i
Miami i......
At tome) f..r Petitioner
301
i
ii ,'.
IN THE CIRCLET COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO. "3 6691
NOTICe BV PUBLICATION
In R, Tin "f
xi ) XI'EL DE JESI'S QIMNTl >.
' in-', ind a I x: tRY .ii: x\
OCINTo Wll
TO MARY JEAN QCINTO
i l"4 Falrflel : Avei m
Michigan
1 TOP ARE HEREBY llfled that i
Petition far D 0 da
1 i filed igali \"U. nnd yot '
! ar.- hereby required '" -
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 73-8113
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
l\ RE Marriage of
LK< INARD WINFIELD SEITH
JR .
Husband
and
Dl VU LYNN SEITHER,
Wife
Ti in;.ne Lynn Selther
Residence unknow n
1*711 x E I*8rd Street
North Miami Reach. Florida
3 83-30 4 ':-n
1n Section IIJ IS Florida Statute
in
ate nf PRANCES BONTRAOER NE1
their offices in the bounty Courthouse! 4eceaaad late of Dade Countv Florida
in Dade County, Florida, wllhin six
calendar monihs from the time of
the first nuhtii i' i. ii hereof, or the
same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida. Ih, i
dnv of March. AD. 197.'!
KSTT'.r.r B SFEINER
Aa Bzecutrig
Firs! publication of this notice o
the ,iii day of March. IMS
OROVER WEINSTEIN Si 8TACBER,
P:A
Itv: Sherwin Nt.iul...,
..ifVP*9 tnr Esfnf- of Man- RetJer
3^0 Lincoln Ri.tI. Miami Reach
eiorfaa
t/fd 4/a.is-sn
to Ihe Circuit J'uli. of Dade Countv.
XPd file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 7^.1.16. Florida
Statute*, in ihelr offices In the Coun-
ty "tirihi.use. In Dude Countv. Flor-
ida within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or Ihe same will he harred.
Filed ai Miami Florida, this 4 day
of April. A D. 197.1
JOHN H nCHlC. Esq.
Suite 11.13
City National Bank Rldg
;.' West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida .111.10 (Tel. 379-2644)
As Administrator
1/6-13-20-27
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1938
| in RE: Estate of
NATHAN TOPI.IN
deceaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All Creditor* nnd All Persona Hnv-
hjg Claims or Demand* against Suid
Estate:
You are herebv notified and reoulred
to present any claims and demands
"huh you may haw against the es-
tate of Nathan Tnplln deceased late
of Dade County, Florida, lo the Circuit
JUdge* of Dade County, and file the
same in duplicate and as provided In
Section ::c I*. Florida' Statut. in
their offices In the Countv Courthouse
In Dade County. Florida: within six
calendar month*, from ihe time of
Ihe first publication hereof, or Ihe
same will be burred
Filed at .Miami. Florida, ihls id dav
"f March A.n. 197.1.
Zev W. Kiiii'in
Rahhi Irving T^>hrm:in
As Co-Executors
.TITL publication of this notice on
Ihe L'7 day nf March. 1973
Cuidln. Kog.in. Kothenbern *
Kornbiuan
bv: Zev W. Kogan. Enq
Altornev for Zev. W. Kogan *
Rabhl Irvine I^hrman
4-n Mncolii p.rt
I" "H vie P BRINKER
i ". id,. ,-,,-..,,. i\.urt
Bl V A HEW ITT
Deouty Clerk
(Circuit c-urt Seal)
l-Sfl 4
-11
Miami Reach. Fla.
I ".n 4 6-1.1-20
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
In The Name And By The Authority
Of The State Of Florida
TO ALL T.) WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME OREETINOS
Whereas. EM AN I El. LEVEX80N
Miami. Florida did on the 20th day "I
October. A.D.. JT2 cause to he Incor-
porated Under the laws Of the State
of Florida OARHARD MOLDS. IN'C
a corporation, with Its principal place
of DUalneas at Miami. Dade Countv in
the Slate of Florida, and whereas such
corporation did on the 23rd dav of
March. A.D.. 1971 cause to he filed
tn the office of (he Department of
State of the Jjtate of Florida, the doc-
umeptarv nurhority required under
Section JA8.27. Florida SUtutea, show-
.?* dissolution of such corpora-
tion.
Now. therefore, the Secretary of
.stale does herehy certify to the fore-
aoing and that he is natlsfled that
lh reouirements of the law have
been complied w'lh.
QIVEN under mv hand
and th" Oreat Seal nf
the State of Florida, it
Tallahassee, the Capital
this the e.lrd day of
_ a AD 1971!
RICHARD (DICK) STONE
Becretary of state
4/C.71
he entered against you for ti" rell. f
i demanded in the complalnl or petition,
This notice shall he published one*
each week for four conaecutive a
| in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand ami the -il if
said court at .Miami. Florida on thin
i day of April, 1973.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By B .1 FOY
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
____________________________/-13-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE^
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
No. 73-7864
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
In Re The Marriage Of:
ANNE MARIE OIJVIKR. wll. and
JOSEPH CERARD OLIVIER,
hu,sband
TO: JOSEPH C.ERARD OLIVIER
Residence 1'nknowii
TOO ARE.HEREBY notified thai a
Petition for Dissolution of Miu-rlnge
has been filed against you. Hid ?OU
are hereby required tn serve a -sipy
of your answer or other pleading; to
the Petition on Ihe Wife's attorney,
LESTER ROtlERS. ESQ.. whose ad-
dress is 14f>4 N.W. 17th Avenue Mi-
ami. Florida :! JI i!.".. and file the origi-
nal with the Clerk of the above styled
court, on or before this 11 day of May
1971 or a Defrult will be entered
against you.
DATED this .10 day of March, 1973.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: R. M. KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
4/6-13-20-37



Metay. April 13, 1973
+Jeisfrfk>rkMari4
Page 15-D
LKAl NOTICE
tCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEKEHY GIVEN thai
wfiwed, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
IC WOODWORKS at 3141
h Street. Miami, Fla Intend!
r said name with the Clerk of
ult Court of Dadc County.
MANUEL PORTO
3/30 4/6-1S-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
BE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
m fersiKiifil. desiring in engage In
under the fictitious name of
!'B HAIR STYLISTS at num-
ICM Michigan Avenue in the City
of'MiidBl Beach. Florida ml. mis to
register the said nam. nith t>i.- Clerk
of th<- Circuit Cnurt of l.mdc County.
Fpjirida.
Dated at Miami lt.-n.-h. Florida. thi"
St dav Of .March. 1*"73.
Bonnv, Ui.-cardi Sole Owner
l/2t-M 4/C-13
THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-1691
John R. Blanton
! RE: Estate ..f
MILDRED ANDERECO
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All l>. rsolis Ilav-
liMT (bairns ..r Demand* Against Said
Hetate:
Tou are hercliv notified and rentiired
to present any claims and demands
which you mav have against the es-
tate of MILDRED A.VHKKEil'1 de-
ceased late of Dad.- Countv. Florida,
to the Circuit .lodges ..f Dad.. 1'i.oiin
sad file the am. in duplicate and as
provided In Section 7:::l K. Florida
Statutes. In their office.- in Ili, c. m
ty Courthouse in Dadc County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first nul.li. a'inn here-
of, or the sam. will 1>e harred.
Dated at Miami. Florida this 22 day
of March. A D i !>7.t.
H. EDWIN ANDF.REC);
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 3 day of March f.;:-
GROVER WEINSTEIN .V STUT.ER.
PA.
By: Sherwin Rtanher. Emi.
Attorney for E- late of
Mildred And. rogtr
3W Lincoln R. ad. Miami i:.,i h.
Florida
3 |o i ..
UMl NOTKf
UCAL NOTKf
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-7155
In the matter of:
Adoption of minor children
by stepfather
JAMES MORRIS. JR. Petitioner
TO: DONNIH EDWIN ENBEHO
Residence Unknown
Address Unknown
YOU. Donnle Edwin Enberg are
hereby notified that a Petition for
Adoption of your minor child TODD
EWARD ENBERG has been filed
against you. and you arc required to
serve a copy of your Answer or plead-
ing to the Petition for Adoption on
the Petitioner's attorney. ROBERT
H. BURNS. ESQUIRE. 330 Lincoln
Rd Miami Beach. Florida, and file
the original answer or pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 2 day of May, 1973.
If you fall to do so. Judgment by
Default will he taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Petition
for Adoption.
This Notice shall he published once
each week for four (4) consecutive
weeks in the Jewish Flor'dlan.
DOXR AND ORDERED at Miami.
Dade Countv. Florida this 23 dav of
March 187S.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. F'orlda
By: 1. BNEEDEN
Circuit Court Seal)
I *n 4 V.-12 -2"
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH IUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-7075
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The mania*, of
GAKTANA GERACI
and
SOPHIE GERACI
TO: SOPHIE GER MI
23 Ashley Strict
East Boston Mas >< husetts
02128
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution ..t .Mar-
riage has been filed against yon and
you are required to...... a copy of
your written defenses, i my. to it
on MICHAEL P CHASE, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is lf.024
N.E. 19th Aveim. North Miami Hi
Florida 33162, and file the
with the rlorl. of the ahoy.- styled
curt on or before Ma- I. I!'"3; nthcr-
wise a default will ho enli r.-d
you for the enim ded III the,
complaint or petil Ion
This notice shall he pul is'ned once
each week for 'our I 'cciiUvi weeks
In THE JEWISH II ORIDI \N
WITNESS m\ hand and ih. ll nt
said court at Mi ml. Ilnrid.i on "liit-
21 dav Of Marel I IT-
RICHARD ......ly'EB.
As Chi- i nil '''
Dade i mm !'
Bv B 1 FOY
As D......> Clerk
I Circuit Court .-'. ah
MICAELP I'M \ I N.E. 19t'i '.' n
North Miami ': > ; l"1'" da "
Attorney for I", '-t
i I
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. 73-7114
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
.;; RTRl'DIZ ELENA RODRIGUEZ,
Wife. Petitioner,
and
KDC.KDo RODRIGUEZ.
Husband, Real......lent
Ti MR EDUARDO RODRIGUEZ
i Ri -id. ii. i 'nknownl
roll ARE HEREBi NOTIFIED
that an action for Dlssolutl.....>f Mar-
nag.- has been filed RKalusI you and
you are requln d to serve u copy >'
y.-ur written defenses, II any, to it on
ALE KOSS, atiorn.-y '.! Petltlnnei
ddi i i"1 V W I2lh Av. i
inn Miami. Florid
I ith the .1. '1 of ili. '"
stvli d coui i on or before Am I
tei w i-. a default y\ iil bi en i
lercd agt insl you for the n llel rte-1
il in the complaint or petition
TI i; noi i. shall be pulillshi d onci
ea.-h week for fop.- eon eoutlve weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl-ORIOIAN
WITNESS in; Ihe
-aid courl at M ami. Florida i
: : d..\ ..< March. Ilrja
RICHARD P BRIVKER.
,\s I Merle, r.-ii i 'oilrt
I lade i otint\. Florida
Bv If M K1SREE
As Denutv c: I
(Circuit court seal)
aBE I* ISS ESQUIRE
t"i N" w 12th Av< "He
Miami. Florida 331110
. v for Petition
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA
DADE COUNTV
General Jurisdiction Division
CASF NO. 73-6794
NOTICE OF SUIT
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: IN THE MARRIAGE OF
ANITA PERRI.
Wife-Petitioner
and
NICHOLAS PERRI.
Husband-Respondent
TO: NICHOLAS PERRI
205 HOWLAND AVENUE
ROCHESTER. NEW YORK
YOU. NICHOLAS PERRI. are here-
by notified that a Petition for Dissolu-
tion of Marriage has been filed again*!
you. and you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
said Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage on the Wife-Petitioner's attor-
ney. Ronald I Davis. Esq. P.A.. 417
Blscayne Building, If W. Fl.igler
Street. Muiini. Florida 33130. Phone
379-2851. anil file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
t dav of April. 1973. If you fall I" do
so. fudgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded in
Ihe Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage.
THIS NOTICE shall be published
once .Hi-it week for four (4 consecu-
tive, weeks in THE JEWISH Fl IDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 20 dav of March. 1973.
RICHARD P BRINKER. Clerk
Circuit Courl
Pade Countv. Florida
Bv: It .1 foy
Denutv Clerk
(Circuit four: Seal)
3/23-30 4 i'.-l:i
MC*U NOTrCf
UGAl NOTICf
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. 73-6758
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. 73-6688
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: MAHRJAGE OF
ARTHUR ELKS
and
BEATRICE ELKS
TO: ARTHUR ELKS
CO .1 A. Fulgbun
Route No. 5
Tlfton. Georgia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
lliat an a. lion for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of your
Written defenses, if any to it on MAX
P. ENOEL. ESQ.. attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address Is 1401 N.W.
17th Ave. Miami. Florida, and file
the original with Ihe clerk of the
above styled court on or before April
23th. 1!i73: otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the enmtdaint or petition
This notice shall be published once
ea.-h week for four consecutive yveeks
in THE JEWISH FI.oridIAN.
witness my hand and th.- seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on Ibis
19th day of March. 1973.
RICHARD P BRINKER
A- i III rl. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By N A HEWETT
.-.- Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Bi all
MAX P ENGEL
14K1 N W. 17th Avenue
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
.' P.1-30 4/0-1.".
IN THE 11TH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 73-7411
GENERAL JURISDICTION Dlvifci- .
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The marriage of
JEANNE DAVIE8.
Wife,
and
PHILIP O A. DAVIES,
Husband.
YOU. PHILIP G. A. DAVIES re
d"nce unknown, are required to t
your answer to the petition for tlis- -
lution of marriage yyith the Clerk et
the above Court and serve a co,
ther-of upon Herman Cohen, i:
1310-11 Congress Bldg.. Miami. Fieri-"
on or before April SO, 1973, or el 6
Petition Will he confessed
D.i. d: Mar. 27. 1978.
Richard p. Drinker
Clerk, circuit Courl
By c ] CiiI'ELAND
Deputy Clerk
3/30 4 '6-1.:--
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-1604
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION In RE. Estli ..";
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION ; Alt! HI it'.. I.RI.II.I.O.
nl of
this
' 30 4 : 18-20
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. 73-7417
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OC MARRIAGE
l\ RE THE M IRRIAGE OF
K EAKSE. Husbt id
| VI
and
I IRI -I HY G K EAUSE. Wife
i idi 111
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
HELIODORA PETTIT
and
FREDERICK PETTIT
TO: FREDERICK PETTIT
Residence uiikn>.\\ I
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action fm Disi olul Ion ol Mai
iiar. has been filed againsl you and
you are required t" serve ;.....nv "I
\i ur written defi us- s, if any, to ii
on Sldne.i &froiiKon altornes for Peti-
tioner whosi itddrei i 012 Alnaley
Building, Miami Florida, and file tin
il with the clerk .i the nbovi
styled courl on or before April
otherwise it default
lered lucalnsl you for tn
a udi d In the complaini
fhis notice shall be published "i
each week for four consecutive week
In THE JEW >SII FI.ORIDI VN
WITNESS m> hand and the seal "
said curt at Miami. Florida on tin
jo da' Of Mar. h. 1973
RICHARD P BRINKER
As i lerk. Circuit < "oui i
Dad.- Countv FlorldR
By c i' C( iPEl AND
As Deputy <"! 11<
H n ull Courl Seal)
Sain- \ Bfronson
'1' A [nslev Luilding
\l is ml, l-'lot Ida
Attorney for Petitioner
JO 4 T. -1 3
rlief d<
I--
D. 11 :sed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons H <>
i:i Claini oi Deniuods Agam-t .-'aid
E late
T.-u are herebj n< tifi.-.l and required
to present niiv claims and demands
which you may hav< airain-t the --
tale of ARTHUR fl FERRII.l d. -
I RSI il Intl Of Dade Countl. Fli r da
to ih. i Ireult Judges of Dade County,
and fil, t'.i. same In duplicate and as
rtejj 'c Si Ii 'i T:-:1 IS, P nri II
Statute! it iheh the '......-
ly i 'an thousi le i "ount. Flor-
ida. endar months from
Hi. tin,, .,-. ihi first nuhlli
thi mi will bi hs' red
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No. 736982
I. .. il. ..,:.. l,|
! \'E! S< IN '''/
vs.
XH IARA Ri I4IAN It' >R '.'' EZ.
I YOU. XIOMARA human RODRI-
nfi:'/, ,\n notified SCI VI I
four mswi Il utlnii ol Mar-
I rla 'in
Inrnev GEORGE \ '. l-j Ii \vi in Miami. 1
I -. led ai Miami Florida, this 19th
lay of March. '. 1-
- i in -l t-v. rlllo
As Vdmlnlstratni
First nubll ntlo I this nol -
lav of Mi'-.-n. i-
y R( INI >V1T2 .-'il \'ER .v.- BI M TH
in. \ M Ar......vlti
Attorney for Estate (
Irthni !'..... i. deei -.1
o< Alnsli v Rulldlng
, pin 53U2
i i?
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
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. 73-8073
IN RE:: Marrlajre between
MARGARET EKES.
Petltl.....r
and
LEHEL EKES.
Respondent
TO: LEHEL EKES
124" South Str.e
D. trolt. Michigan
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFII
that an action for Dissolution ..f M., -
riaue has been filed against you atid
you are required to nerve a cop}
your written defenses, if any, lo -;
on MARVIN WEINBTEIN, ESi;
OROVER WEINSTEIN ft STAUBE I
P.A attorney for Petitioner, wh.
add.. It Suite 21 I, 350 Lincoln Rot
Miami Beach, Florida, and file In
original with the clerk of the abor
ityled courl on or before Maj :'. 197. .
otherwise a default will be .-s.- I
Bftainsl you for the relief den......I
In ih. enmolainl or petition
Tins nolle- shall be published "i
each week for four consecutive weet. -
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the il
I da
Id court al M'nml, Florida, on tl
f April, 1973
RICHARD P BRINKER
a- Clerk, Circuit urt,
Dndi County. Floi
l:. I SNEEDEN
As 1 M nut' i "lerk
OP.O\ El! WEINSTEIN A STAUBE!
r A
C' MARVIN WEINSTEIN, BSQ
Mi Ui lii Road, Mi. n
i. \ for Pi mi loner
4 6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N( i'I'ICE .- !:\ GIVEN that
Ihe iind.rs.L n imaKe In
liUsilll -> Ullilel -I tltioUS nal......I
SUNRISE CONDOMINIUM LIMITED
PAR! NERSHIP IM9 N K Bth
Street Hc.mtstfa ,;"- '"'
I tend .....l- aid nnmi \> Ith the
lerk i "oui I of Dad.

-,i i\ El .i RY
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ANTHl IN 'i'.. KAFA
VASIM ISAIAS
Ni IRFE INVESTMENT CO.. INC
HARRIS c- KIRKIN P.A
Mtorn.-vs for A liplicailtP
3th Flooi Dndi I uleral I"
1 r 3 4 fi.13.2fl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH:
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 73-4S06
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In R, Th. P. lltlo
M VRTI v RESNII 'K and
SHIRLEY RESNICK
Tl i DANIEL c I EWIS. lit.
.. POP S TEN SHI P
7'." ailanta High"a)
AH. n-. i:. orgla 30804
Yur ARE HEREBY NOTIFIE
thai .i Petition for- Adoption has bi
filed, and you are required to -.-t
cur answer or other pleading to
r. ii.....ii rV Attornej LESTER I.'1
ERS KSQ 14)54 N v\' 17th A' en I
r Ik 11
in ih. i ifflei of the Cli '
cUII i nurl m I fon s daj
Ua) ou to do so -I- i.
-
D \Ti:n \| i; Dndi '' uni
,. da\ of April, .
I MID r BRINKER
ll.rk. Circuit Court
Ij i- i UOPELAND
DepUt) Clerk
i '. i jo i'i
' "'!:', ,- .... .... and file original v itli Ck rk ol
": l:'":'' v .i-u-ic,, '- '" '-': "'' '
*" 'kl' H!v l-,: N' '," '.''' herw's, Hi : >U1
... in", to- i,.....mil 'i i ill-1 .... ..
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME I A-.V
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint
\ the undersign. <1 engage In
business under iln fictitious nan-. ..f
A AARBOTT Cl EANING SERVICE
at 188 North Plaza. Room 12. North-
side Shopping Center. Miami. Fla in-
tends to register .aid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County Florida
DAVID AM EN
3/23-30 4 '8-13

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No. 73-6415
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: PETITION OF
EDWARD WALKER. Husband
of GENEVA WALKER.
TO: EVERETT I. ALLEN
Residence Unknov n
TOU are hereby notified that Peti-
tioners have filed a petition In the
nbove styled Court for the adoption of
th* minor child RODNEY ALLEN,
ana you -are required to show cause
why the same should not be granted
by serving a copy of your written de-
fiasn. If any. upon ALFRED D
BIEMCY. Attorney for Petitioners. IS
West Flagler Street. 211 Blscayne
DulldHHT. Miami. Florida 33130 and
by fllin* the original thereof with the
Clerk of the above styled Court on or
before the day of April. 1973. other-
wise a decree may be entered against
vou granting; sold adoption.
WITNESS my hand and seal of said
Court at Miami. Florida, this 15 day
of March. 1973.
RICHARD P BRINKER
CLERK. CIRCUIT COURT
By. C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
3/23-30 4.'S-13
hni I'tlon for I.....i
I ,age list you and
i requ'red it s.-rvi
,-i i (ton ii any. In n on
DAVID K, STONE, attorney fin ''
III,in i I N W. 1211
\ iliann. I orl h t-lepl
.:'. and file the original with
th, clerk of th. al..... sl> led ourl nit
or h. for, Apt il 3D. i Iherw i.-e a
will li, entered ,r~,n t i iu
for the rellel dem.....l.-d in tin com-
plaint or petition
Tin- notice shall I published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand an.I
said courl at Miami. Florida on this
ti dac of Alar, h 1973
Rll hard P Mnkl r
As ch rk. "Ircull "ourl
I lade i 'oiinty Florida
1!\ C P f H'ELANP
As Deputy Cl.rk
iCir.-uil Courl SeaD
stove ,y SOSTCHIN. P A.
Ml N W 13th Ave .
Miami. Florida 351-4222
Attorney for Petitioner
3 80 4 .fi-13-20
;, sed h) -. n
DATED Man h .-
'I I f ISMINKER

Ity: C, P. COP i. D.i
I .: I 20
NOTICE UNDER FI0TITI0U8
NAME LAW
NnTIi I-: IS II KREP SIVEN 'I 'I
iln Ullderi
husim undt r the fli iltlous name o!
REACH SHADE .\ GLASS Bl 815
Wnshlnglon Avenue, Miami B< en

IN THE 11TH CILCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 73-7412
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The marriage of
ALTAORACIA BASTIAN.
K if. .
and
EDDIE BASTIAN.
Husband.
YOU. EDDIE BASTIAN.
unknown, ar.- rciiuir.d to
answer to the petition for dissolution
Of marriage with Ihe Clerk of the
above Court and serve a copy thereof
upon Herman Cohen. Esq., 1310-11
Congress Bldg.. .Miami F'orlda. op or
before April M. 1073. or else petition
will be confessed
Dated: Mar 27. 1073.
Richard P. Brlnker
CVrk. Circuit Court
By C. P. COPBI.AND
Deputy Clerk
a/ao 4/-i3-!o
residence
file VOW
Fla mi. nil- .....glstei
Ihe "lei'. of the Circuit Courl of I lade
County. Florida
I'M Ol H'K
KWITNEY .v. KRl P
\i lornevs for a nidi' ant
4-0 Lincoln I: iad
Miami Beach. Fla.
3(1 | 6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious nun.
of Cl OVERLEAF IMOCO SERVICE
STATION at No. N.W. I7th Street.
Miami. Florida 33189 Intends '" reg-
isi.r said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
.Ill E8 K'K \S\ER
BANTER FRIEI MAN
Attorneys for applicant
ls7:. N B H'.3rd Street
N .Miami Beach. Fl. 331M
a 30 4 -i:t-'J0
IN THE CIRCDT JUDGES- COUR,
IN AND FOR
DALiE COUNTY. I-'.ORIOA
IN POBATE
No.
GBORGE E SC.HLLZ

it n.i ,n
|1 a .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cl ;' I
i'... in.......-..-.
| Estate:
lo pr.....nt .' lain n a -
will -h you i
. i Ml H.LIE I I'VV deceasi
Floridi -
. Hi! JUllgl II)
.mi .n I. '"'"
vided in Si .ii '
ui..-. in th. lr offli County
CourthoUHt in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from Ihi
lime of the flrsl publ I Ion hereof, or
ill. same v ili bl I', t i. d
Dated Mil ml Florida, this u1
das of Ma" h, \ d 1073
LENORE sii-'HEL
.11'I.IAN SIEGEI,
v-- Executors
First publication of this notl......
th. 23 dav Ol Man h 1973.
JOSEPH SCHMIER
Attorney for Estate
gog Lincoln Road, Sul
Miami iica.-h Florida
id
3 SJ-Sfl 4 0-13
in the circuit court of the
Eleventh iudicial circuit
of fl orida in and for
daoe county
PROBATt DIVISION
PROBAT F. NO. 73-1646
. B DOWLING

NOTiCE TO CREDITORS
I All Persot
i 'gainst Si
ii are hi i !> P"1 ifli il and i -11 -
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i- si w BIRM w

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file Hn
vided in Secllot ; I Hi Floi ids SI
ui.s. Iii ili. it offices In the Countl
Courthouse In Dad.- Count} Fl
u ithm si\ calendar months from Ih-
I mi the in si i-ii i.l i. .ii..... hi i
in. u il he barred
Fil. .1 al .Miami. Florldi this -1 "
Of March. A 1 1973
Linn Schuster
As Administrator
First publication of this noi i
the 6th day of April. 1972
ZEV w Kl iGAN, E8Q
Attorn. \ fm 1 eon Schuster
120 I.inc.in Rd Miami Beach. Fla
4 (-12-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslrned, deslrtnn to ntnn In
hnsiiiess under Ihe fictitious name of
RIVIERA TOWERS .SOUTH CONDO-
MINIUM a I 891 N.E -'lib Street. Mi-
ami Fla Intends to register said name,
with the chrk of tin Clreull Court of
Dade County. Florida
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iTewisli Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, April 13, 1973
Section E

I.
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f
raw,
Orthodox Union By BEN GALLOB
(c), 1!'T3 Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
During each of the past 10 years, some 100
families, about a third of them from non-Or-
thodox backgrounds, have gathered annually
for an Orthodox-organized weekend retreat
arranged to make directly meaningful for
them the satisfaction of full participation in a
traditional Jewish Sabbath.
Achieving participation by non-Orthodox
Jews has been a deliberate element of each
of the retreats in Gatlinburg, Tenn. The re-
sults of the experiment, developed by the Ye-
shiva of the south in Memphis and the south-
east region of the Union of Orthodox Congre-
gations of America, have been sufficiently
promising so that it has been formally adopted
as a long-range program as the association of
Orthodox congregations moves into its 75th
year. The event will be celebrated at the
organization's next annual dinner in New York
in May.
Rabbi Reuven Savitz, the new national di-
rector of the Orthodox Union, as the organi-
zation is popularly known, is the sparkplug for
this and a variety of other UOJCA programs
being developed to find realistic solutions of
the problems which plague American Jewry,
religiously defined, as it grapples with the con-
sequences of the upheavals of the past two
decades.
THE WEEKEND RETREATS project was
formally approved as a national program at
the Orthodox Union's 1972 biennial conven-
tion, which elected Harold Jacobs, a Brooklyn
businessman, as its new president. With the
solid backing of Jacobs and the UOJCA board.
The young and vigorous Rabbi Savitz is direct-
ing development of a wide-ranging series of
activities which he feels meets two basic re-
quirements: they are meaningful responses to
the problems of Americas religious Jews in
the 20th century, and they are achievable
within the scope of the Orthodox Union's less
than overflowing resources of funds and man-
power.
The projects are being developed to re-
spond to the challenges of the deterioration
of the urban sector and the flight to suburbia,
which strikes Orthodox synagogues with par-
ticularly destructive force: the impact of the
college milieu which has proved to be devas-
tating to the Jewish loyalties of religiously
unprepared students; the accelerating growth
in the rate of mixed marriages; and the decay
of the Jewish family unit
Rabbi Savitz, in an interview with the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, reviewed the
sweeping changes in American life in the 75
years, since the Orthodox Union was started
in Manhattan by a small group of dedicated
lay leaders and rabbis and their handful of
congregations. Orthodox Jewry, like other
newly arrived Jewries, was a fragmented
European entity struggling to survive in an
alien environment. The fledgling Orthodox
Union set about the task of stimulating the
beginnings of a cohesive Orthodox Jewish
society in America. It began to bring the scat-
tered congregations, rabbis and lay Orthodox
Jews toward a sense of mutual identity and
interests, to ensure that Orthodoxy could
adapt effectively to the American scene, Rabbi
Savitz said.
As ORTHODOZ COMMUNAL life began
to thrive and gain recognition, the Orthodox
Union moved to make the Orthodox commu-
nity a major fopce in American Jewish life.
From the early 1930s to the '50s. he declared,
the Orthodox viewpoint was not represented
on a national scale. But as the Orthodox Union
actively articulated the interests and concerns
of a by-now thriving Orthodoxy to the total
American Jewish community, the Orthodox
Union was invited to join the major national
and international Jewish organizations, such
as the National Jewish Relations Advisory
Council and the Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Organizations. The
UOJCA began to bring the forces of the Or-
thodox community to bear on the policies and
directions of American Jewish life.
Now Orthodox Jews have major roles es
professional and lay leaders in such power
centers as the Jewish Federations, and the
idea that day schools most of them under
Orthodox sponsorship merit support from
Jewish communal funds is accepted by a grow-
ing number of these Federations, Rabbi Savitz
pointed out. This is an area in which Rabbi
Savitz has some special expertise as a former
executive director of the Bais Yaacov School in
Baltimore, and as chairman of the Association
of Jewish Day Schools in Greater Baltimore.
Rabbi Savitz also cited the legislation
which has been enacted to protect basic Or-
Continurd On Pft 4-E


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(A Seven Arts Feature)
Toe road I art starts at Jaffa Gate in the
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terranean, stretches like -a direction sign to
the point of ORT's origin in Israel 25 years
ago.
For it was in a building located in the
alleyways of Jaffa thai the nrst ORT school
mas founded, and where the f.rr. classes were
heid on Dec. 14. 1948
As in the birth of many endeavors, the
origBM of ORT Israel are nun-.erous. depend-
ia or. the vantage point Iron wMeh one
loeks But there is only or.c ----- ORT
Israel was an otr.erov.in and extension to Is-
rael of ORT as an international Jewish serv-
ice agency.
WHEN JAFFA SCHOOL *a> opened in
:?H8. ORT had a history of 68 years during
h it had given aid to over 5(0.000 Jew*
.r. every part of Europe, had >*-t up programs
;r. iU she havens of the world where Jews had
escaped from the holocaust, ^nd was at that
moment still deeply involved .c ;r.e salvage
operations in the DP camps of Gemaajr, Ai>-
iria and Italy
ORT brought this history and eipe.-.-
ence. and many of the people *bo had par-
ticipated in it. to the task of creating 0?.T
Israel.
When the guns stopped fr-mg and the
War of Independence was o>cr. among va
manifold difficulties facing the new Israel
*a what to do w-.th its demobilized sold iers.
and war wounded The Ministry of Defense
asked ORT to bean a program of vocat.
rehabilitation for them, and for tUl pur
made available a structure in the hear: of
old Jaffa.
IT WAS NOT a particular;;, gene -.
eift Jaffa"* Arab population having flee
c:t> was to all intents a ghost town The -
House, located at 8 Apak St. had beer, a
crumbling three-story Arab factory It s- n
the iine of fire taring the battles for J
and when ORT took over it was. according :
an eye-witaea report by its first d.rector I .
Rivlin. "half demolished by shelling."
It was as if the ministrj had Cnailer.
ORT to reaab: ...- I
diers simultane
In those da>>. recall- Hi rt 'We
always tearmg so
something up often ei
1250 20th Street, Miami Beach
Besf Wishes, Bud Tucker
534-2194
A Hcppy Fssscve: 7c All .
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EXPERT GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS
1101 W. FLAGLER ST. Ph. 371-3365
-z. :- :-=iee" ngs to the
JEWISH COWAAUN ''
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DANNY GOLDSTEIN Owne
Formerly Abby's
9516 Harding Avenue Surfside
Phone 865-2331
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SCHWINN-RALEIGH
COLUMB'A BICYCLES
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Phone 891-8457
651 NE 125th S.. N. Miami
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Ed Zeller, Your Host
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hVanl
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AGENCY
8320 N.E 2-d Avenue
Phone 759-8761
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Phone 685-0325
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ENNESS GA*MENT BLDG.. 221 N.W 1st Court Miar
Phone 373-1257
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248 Andalusia Coral Gables FLa.
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Our Wedding Work is S-pe'b
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538-5523
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Musical Instruments
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Phono 648-0576
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Miami 621-9258
no: ;o, Greetings
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Friday. April 13, 1973
+Jw$3ti thrkHan
Page 3-E
tc watch out for falling debris. Nor was the
study material situation particularly satisfac-
tory. Instructors and students would go off to
scrounge in the ruins of Jaffa for old iron,
strings of wire or wood boards, and adapt
then to study usage. Yet we never heard any
complaints about lack of material or technical
deficiencies."
THE STUDENTS WERE assigned to the
school, which carried the legend Merkaz (ORT
Center) under which was the inscription "The
CRT Training Center for ex-Servicemen."
These were graduates of the hard school
ol war. and they proved an exceptional group.
Met were young men with one or another
sort of war wound. The course of study in-
cluded radio communications and repair, type-
Ul ''>' maintenance, electrical installation and
toolmaking. They took to it all with a will.
.Many of them volunteering for construction
work on the school building.
In early spring, 1!49. 46 students arrived
With their instructors from the ORT school in
& t ;.. Bulgaria. ORT pledged to parents that
their youth would be able to continue their
schooling in Israel. These first were followed
b) later waves of youth and adults from all
over Europe, cast and west. They will always
have a very special place in the story of ORT.
like the prodigal son who has returned.
"THEY "WERE AN 'absolutely model group."
recalls Zvi Rivlin. "They served as a kind of
experimental human laboratory. Neither we
nor they had previous experience to go by.
Which is why they helped us fix the initial
shape of educational methods and vocational
guidance in this school of ours."
Jaffa was the first ORT school in Israel.
It was quickly joined by others. By the close
of its first full year of operation. ORT had an
enrollment of 1.534 scattered in 17 institu-
tions. This became the core for the develop-
ment of ORT Israel.
In an atmosphere where party and ideolo-
gical labels were dominant, ORT alone served
no idea but vocational and technical educa-
tion.
ONE OTHER ELEMENT had to be added
to these earliest steps official status and
supportwithout which ORT could not have
become, as it has. Israel's basic resource for
skilled manpower to man its economic develop-
ment.
In the spring of 1950, an ORT delegation
met with the recently appointed Minister of
Educati n, Zalman Shazar, now Israel's Presi-
Continued On Page 15-E
Holiday Greetings
SOMERSTEIN
CATERERS
1701 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, Florida
For Information contact
Mr. Sidney Hechtman
534-9587 or 538-2503
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BALDWIN
Insurance Agency, Inc.
840 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Phone 374-8181
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The
Gardiner
School
Holiday Greetings
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1325 N.E. 163St.-945-4171
163rd St. Shopping Center
Biscayne Shopping Plaza
751-2443
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SERVICE STATION
Accessories-Tires-Batteries
Road Service & Repairs
9790 S. Dixie Hwy.
Phone 665-6478
A Happy Passover To All. .
To All Our
Friends From .
MR. and MRS.
WERNER KAHN
HOUCAv GREETINGS FROM
TRULV
ilOlEH
PEST CONTBOL /
TERMITES
A SIGN OF
GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
Pest Control Service
Lawn Spraying
Termite Control
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trevord 632 85C0
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Telephone 754-9331
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HARRY KESSMAN, President
95 N.E. 73rd Street Phone 751 -0815
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Telephone 823-5880
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Cantonese Dishes Pit Barbecue Steaks Chops Seafood
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215 Sunny Isles Blvd., Miami Beach 947-2112
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Phone 261-4772
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SAVIN6S AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF METROPOLITAN MIAMI
Now -1 Convenient Offices to Serve You
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FURNITURE BEDDING ACCESSORIES
QUALITY LOW PRICES SERVICE
Located on U.S. Highway 441 at 199th Street
19926 N.W. 2nd Avenue
Phone 621-1721
Holiday Greetings ... to our friends & clients
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MORTGAGE BANKERS
EDWARD FEINSTEIN, President
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3725 So. Dixie Highway
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Telephone 624-8401
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426 41st STREET, MIAMI BEACH 532-2351
by MICHAELANGtlO'S
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Pag4-E
-Jen 1st Horiltor
Friday, April 13. 1973
Holiday Greetings
to the Jewish Community
JMr. nAj[ls. JUicLel CJuJJ9
bon appetit
''Fine Cookicare"
359 Miracle Mile. Coral Gables
Telephone: 413-6241
Orthodox
, > n KH*.*
. S, J. IILNII
420 Lincoln Road
Wish A!! Their Many Friends
A Happy Holiday
Holiday Greetings to All .
STANDARD WELDING
SUPPLY CO.
N C G Authorized Dealer
WALTER MAHANY, Prop.
4300 NW 32nd AVE. Phone 635-0803
A Happy Passover To All .
lOMMKKilAL FlSHir\t
SUPPLY CO.
54 Southwest Sixth Street Telephone 374-0444
Union
Moves
Into
75th
\ear
Continued From Page IE
thodox interests, sucti as- trie Job rights of
Sabbafh"bDs3RVrs."citing the'Tcey'role of the'
National Jewish Commission on Law and
Public Affairs (COLPA) which the Orthodox
Union helped to found. COLPA has had a key
role also in kosher slaughtering protection
and in a wide range of public policy questions
significant both to the Orthodox community
and the total American Jewish community
He pointed out that Orthodox Jews now take
part in almost every phase of business and
government and that the wearing of skullcaps
and even Hassidic garb is no longer a handi-
cap to employment.
RABBI SAVITZ CITKD also the Orthodox
Union's world-famous kosher certification pro-
gram, stressing that the American food indus-
try has recognized the purchasing power of
observant Jews and that rabbinically (
ficd kosher products are available on an un-
precedented scale throughout the nation. He
said the Orthodox Union's emblem is n
ognized throughout both the food industry ar.d
the Jewish community as a trustworthy guar
antee of kashruth for some 5.000 products and
services for consumers and institutions, of-
fered by more than 600 producers.
The national director emphasized that
these gains had been made in constant coop-
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DOM IANNACONE
18351 N.E. 19th Avenue
Telephone 945-3622
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A COMPLETE LINE OF NEW, USED & RECAPPEO TIRES
2200 N.W. 79th Street 691-7412
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CHEZ VEND0ME RESTAURANT
700 Biltmore Way, Coral Gables
Phone 443-4646
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STKEEMAM CATERERS
1009S.W. 27th Ave., Miami 642-2671
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GUARDIAN MORTGAGE & INVESTMENT CORP.
MEL HABER and ARCHIE STRUHL
Security Trust Bldg 119 E. Flagler Street 374-1761
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GOLDEN RAZOR BARBER SHOP
9700 COLLINS AVE., BAL HARBOUR
Phone 865-2779
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CORAL GABLES DRAPERY & SHADE SHOP, INC.
1823 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables, Florid*
Phone 443-0620
A Happy Passover To All .
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4000 N.W. 30?h Ave. Ph. 633-1551
A Happy Passover To All .
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130 N.E. 152nd Street, North Miami
373-8125 947-6465
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RIKKPS STUDIO, /INC.
2256 Coral Way Phone 856-6741
A Happy Passover To All .
U.S. ROYAL TIRES
AMALIE (Pennsylvania) MOTOR OIL
DADE TIRE CO.. Inc.
"We Never Close"
1501 N. Miami Ave., Miami, Florida Phone 373-8445
A Happy Passover To All .
SERBIN FASHIONS
OUR BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS,
PATRONS AND ACQUAINTANCES
Spector and Sons, Inc.
"WE BUILD MIAMI'
575 S.W 22nd AVENUE
Phone:642-3151
A Happy Passover To All .
PEGGY'S BEAUTY SALON, INC.
1637 Washington Ave. (at Lincoln Rd.) Miami Beach 538-1665
A Happy Passover To All .
ACE-RELIABLE AUTO LEASING
HARRY HOLTZMAN and SAM FEINGOLD
1031-5th Street, Miami Beach 673-0421
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL ...
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5561 N.W. 36th Avenue, Miami Phone 635-5276
BEST WISHES FOR
THE HOLIDAYS
SUNSET
PLUMBING CO.
6022 South Dixie Highway
South Miami
Phone 661-6981
MR. AND MRS.
HERBERT GOPMAN
Paulette, Judith
and Jonathan
|MRS. HELEN GOPMAN
extend best wishes for a
Happy Passover
to all their trends
SINCERE GOOD WISHES
TO ALL
GREETINGS
Dade Underwriters
Insurance Agencv
RALPH D. HOLLANDER'
901 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami
891-6300
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7198 RED ROAD
666-7576
Happy Holiday From .
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SHOES, INC.
217 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
Open 9 a.m to 10 p.m. Daily


>
I
Friday. April 13, 1973
1
*Jen tsti fhrkttan
eration with other key Orthodox organizations,
as well as such specialized Orthodox agencies
as COLPA, "all working together to create
the climate in which such goals could become
realities."' Reporting that the Orthodox Union
represents some 1,500 congregations, of which
about 850 are active dues-paying affiliates and
others recipients of services, Rabbi Savitz
added that the organization sponsors "the
fastest-growing and most successful youth or-
ganization" in the Orthodox field the Na-
tional Conference of Synagogue Youth. He
said the NCSY, with 20,000 dues-paying mem-
bers, "has affected the lives of thousands of
other young Jews participating in its social
and educational programs."
AS PART OF ITS long-range expansion
program. Rabbi Savitz said, the Orthodox
Union has opened regional offices in several
parts of the country and is currently opening
new regions at the rate of two a year, with
an eventual goal of 20 regions to serve Ortho-
dox Congregations.
All this constitutes the expanding power
base, he declared, from which the Orthodox
Union plans to reach out with concrete pro-
grams to meet urgent present and anticipated
needs. Citing the problems which urban de-
cline has created for Orthodox congregations
in particular, he said the Orthodox Union
plans to explore the possibilities of experi-
mental small satellite synagogues and to de-
velop the concept of "less elaborate and more
practical synagogue buildings" which hope-
fully would be less vulnerable to rapid urban
change.
More than 80 per cent of American Jew-
ish youth currently attend college. Accord-
ingly, Rabbi Savitz said, the "moral aberra-
tions" on modern campuses have had a dis-
proportionately destructive impact on Amer-
ican Jewry. Most Jewish youngsters have a
"vacuum" about their religion and their tradi-
tion and arc therefore "easy prey" for radical
groups, missionaries and immoral activities.
He said the Orthodox Union, in cooperation
with Yavneh, the Orthodox campus organiza-
tion, and other Orthodox groups, is planning a
strong, well-financed program of Jewish edu-
cation and Jewish social values on college
campuses. Noting that a start had been made
on some campuses, particularly in the east, by
Young Israel, NCSY and Yavneh in providing
kosher food and Orthodox-oriented social and
educational programs on a consistent basis, he
said much more such effort was needed and
that the Orthodox Union hoped to make a
continuing contribution.
ONE REASON FOR THE "alarming rate"
of increase in mixed marriages among Amer-
ican Jews has been a loss of feeling of Jewish
identity which has removed a deterrent among
many Jews toward acceptance of non-Jewish
mates, he said. The Orthodox Union hopes to
Continued On Page 14-E
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REXALL DRUGS
"PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS'
1601 S.W. 67th Avenue
West Miami
Phone ft 1-5051
Holiday Greetings To The
Jewish Community
ALAN'S
STEREO
1954 N.E. 163rd Street
North Miami Beach
Tele: 944-0932
A Happy Passover To All. .
DESK
EXCHANGE
New and Used Office
Furniture
2742 N.W. 35th STREET
Phone 634-4024
A Happy Passover To All
JONAS and
CLAIRE
BROTMAN
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish Community
GREENWOOD
REALTY
|2661-A COLLINS AVENUE!
MIAMI BEACH FLORIDA
Phone 532-4761
MRS. BELLE SHERRY
of
LOUIS SHERRY
ASSOCIATES, INC.
Realtors
Complete Real Estate Service
extend best wishes for
A Happy Passover To All..
A Happy Holiday to All .
V0LPE TOURS
.502 Washington Avenue Miami Beach
Ph. 532-7326
O CALL US FIRST #
Happy Holidays to Our Friends and Clients
THOMSON and McKINNON. INC.
1026 LINCOLN ROAD MALL MIAMI BEACH 33139
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
KEYSTONE TRAILER COURT
6307 N.E. 2nd AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 754 6295
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM SAM BENAIM AND FAMILY
AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRIAL
CLUTCH & PARTS CO., INC.
1401 S. E. 9th Court, Hialeah
Phone 885-2526
BESr WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
MISHAEL, INC.
Designers and Manufacturer of Fine Office Furniture,
Store Fixtures and Architectural Woodwork
175 West 24th Street, Hialeah 888-4262J
A Happy Passover To All .
FLAGLER INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
Donald Kaplan Marvin Haven
Holiday Greetings From ...
C. DANA WOODMAN
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BUSINESS/INDUSTRY/BANKS
HOTELS/PROFESSIONS
11*3 N.E. SIXTH STREET
PHONE 377-8621
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DIVISION OF INSTRUMENT SYSTEMS CORP.
7375 N. W. 35th AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL
INDUSTRIAL SALES
Phone 6911250
Holiday Greetings from Richard Morchelies
CALL 945-6472
or EXPERT COLOR TV
REPAIRS
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turns
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LUTHERAN RETIREMENT ANO NURSING CENTER
201 Curtis* Parkway. Miami Springs TeL 887-1565
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PLASTERING & LATHING CONTRACTORS
4170 S.W. 99th Avenue 221-6672
A Happy Passover To All .
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MANUFACTUHIffM DISTMMITORS WHOliSAH
HOMINS, MUSIS' A imHOKf OKtSSlS, COATS Wf .
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A Happy Passover To All...
David Harrison's STUDIO OF FLOWERS
21 N. E. 36th Street Miami, Florida J31J7
Telephone 576-0000
0
RAY SMITH
WISHES ALL HIS FRIENDS
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
A Happy Passover To All .
FRANK J. ROONEY, INC
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
5880 N.E. 4th AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 757-5751
SEASON'S GREETINGS
CITY ICE for EVERY COOLING NEED
For Dealer Merchandiser in Your Neighborhood
24 hour servlCE
BLOCKS CUBES
CITY PRODUCTS CORPORATION
FLORIDA DIVISION
990 S.W. 1st Street, Miami Phone 373-2191
Also Hollywood and Ft. lauderdale
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
QUESENBERRY & CATLIN
FOOD BROKERS
735 N.W. 22nd AVENUE
Phone: 643-1744
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish Community
Mirell Gallery
JAMES BAILEY, Director
ROBERT DRAPER, Owner
3333 Rice Street, Coconut Grove 444-4479
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROw. .
DIXIE GAS CORPORATION
MOE LANGER
6394 So. Dixie Hwy., So Miami
PH. 667-2533
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SKYLAKE B. P. SERVICE CENTER
18499 N.E. 19th Avenue
Ft. Laud. 3950 S.W. 47th Avenue 587-1902
949-9051 945-1242
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PARK SERVICE STATION
"Whore Our Customers Send Their Friends"
Complete Auto Service
18240 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami Beach
Phone 931-9033 SAM SIBEL
Israel As Seen By
David Schoenbrun
By SEYMOUB B. LIEBMAN
Israel is celebrating the 25th
anniversary of its independence.
Much has happened in the inter-
vening years and, as history ac-
cumulates, people have a tendency
to forget the past. David Schoen-
brun, long-lime Chief Correspon-
dent for CBS New.-., was in .Miami
Beach recently and. in an inter-
view, expressed some of his ideas
of that land of tension and pro-
gress.
Schoenbrun recalled some of
the almost forgotten miracles and
p.oblems that beset Israel in its
early years. He sketched in vivid
fashion the manner in which
650.000 Jewish Palestinians prior
to May 1948 undertook the respon-
sibility of bringing into the new
State and caring for two million
immigrants and children.
The Jewish residents of Pales-
tine scrimped, they shared, and
they sacrificed so that the new
people, young and old. could be
absorbed into the country and
helped to become fruitful citizens.
It was the small handful who bore
the greatest part of the burden of
bringing Israel's present Jewish
population to two and a half
million.
David Schoenbrun has spent
considerable time in Israel during
the pant few years. He told of a
conversation that he had with
Gideon Samet, a 30 year old Israeli
who is the editor of Ha'aretz.
Samet had staled that the three
generations thai constitute today's
people are like three layers each
lying upon another. The first or
bottom layer is that of the
'founding fathers" which is the
generation of Bcn-Gurion, I.cvi
L'shkol, Golda Meir and their co-
horts. For them, the question was:
Shall we exist?" They devoted
themselves to clearing swamps and
making their dreams come true.
To the next generation, that of
: e : such as Moshe Dayan. Yigal
Aiien, et al the first Palestinian-
Jews, the question was: "With
what shall we exist?" They found
DAVID SCHOENBRl'.N
the answer by building farms, fac-
tories, creating jobs, et<
The latest generation, th native-
born Israelis, ask themselves,
"How shall we exist?" and in
what kind of society shall we per-
severe?" Schoenbrun believe-, thai
this new generation is pragmatic,
He said. "Heroes make a country
but can't really run it."
He added that this new genera-
tion is apolitical They tore but
they do not participate In the
political battles ih^t go or- between
elections. He also noted that
almost J>0 per cent of t: e Israeli
"Holiday Greeting"
ROBERT MULET DESIGNS
Interior Designs
Phone: 531-8849
265 S. Hibiscus Drive, Hibiscus Island, Miami Beach
A Happy Passover To All .
RED COACH GRILL
1455 Biscayne Boulevard
Ph. 379-4008
Holiday Greetings
ELI
EINBINDER INC
Wholesale Beef
Lamb Veal
FLORENCE EINBINDER
JIM McKEE
1110 N.W. 22nd Street
358-4024
A Happy Passover To All .
Caribbean Shoe Corp,
255 S.W. 8th Street ptiOB. 8562754
A Happy Passover To All .
FROM
MIAMI PROVISION CO.
SANITARY LINEN SERVICE CO.
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for a Happy $
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Home Mad* Specialties
7438 Collins Ave.
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Ph.Me 866-7077
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THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
Holloway Coffee Corporation
421 N.W. 32nd St. MIAMI, FiA. 576-2323
A Happy Passover To All .
NANCY'S GIFT SHOP
433 41st Strett
Miami Beach, Florida 531-642*
PETES LAWN MOWER
SERVICE
SharawWnj Factory MnW
Small fngiif Repairs ftWali
8195 M.W. 17fh AVE.
(Formerly on 79th Street)
Phone 693-0221
felt Teito, Owner
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
ROSE & ROSE, Inc.
Realtors
1981 N.E. 163rd Street
Phone 949-2181
Holiday Greetings to the
Jewish Community
STELLA'S
ORIGINALS
1075 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor island, Ha.
Phone 864-3611

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electorate exercise their franchise.
He commented on the kibbutz
whose members constitute only 3
per cent of the total population
Although only 3 oat of every 10
Israelis are kibbuUniks, they sup-
ply an elite leadership in the army
and in the political iife. They bore
the highest percentage of human
losses in each of Israel's three
wars.
Despite their important role and
that of the Histadrut, Israel is not
really the socialist state that most
people believe it to be. This
erroneous picture is the fault of
the mass media which disseminates
news about Israei.
It is true, ne said, that the
founding fathers an-i Israel's polit-
ical leadership n-arted and still
desire a socialist state, but that is
not the desire of the majority and
the fads are against the existence
of a socialist state at present.
Although he refused to prog-
nosticate about future events on
the Israeli national and interna-
tional scene, one can draw certain
inferences from bis remarks. He
believes that Israel can maintain
the Jewish character of the State
with a Jewish majority only by
relinquishing. In a peace treaty,
the Jordan West Bank. If Israel
incorporated this area into the
State, then the Jews would become
a minority because of the addi-
tional Arab citizens whose birth
rate is higher than that of the
Jews.
Schoenbrun is not optimistic
about aliyah from the West.
Americans, and especially Miami
Beach Jewish tourists, he point-
edly added, must realize that
Israeli Jews are not obligated to
be more pious than the Jews in
the Diaspora. It is absurd to be-
lieve that living in the Holy Land
will transform the character and
habits of Jews.
Religious observance depends on
the individual and not on his place
of residence. Most Americans fail
to adjust to life in Israel and their
expectations are frequently un-
realistic. Scientists and people of
culture integrate more readily
into the Israeli way of life
The American 'Mew Left'' Jew-
ish youth go to Israel to escape
materialism and capitalism, but
they find that Israelis, too. are
materialistic and capitalistic de-
spite the existence of an autocratic
labor movement.
Schoenbrun and his daughter
and son-in-law found that a major-
ity of the youth are "squares" and
very conformist. While Israeli
youth are fascinated by the vital-
ity of American life, they are non-
alienated, they love their country,
they fight to be drafted, and they
respect their parents. He did not
find any clamor for a women's
liberation movement becaus"e Is-
raeli women do not feel sup-
pressed, oppressed, or frustrated.
Schoenbrun's latest book. "The
New Israelis." will be reviewed in
the near future, since his inter-
view did not touch on the material
in his book.
KJrft*__
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish Community
JONES
GULF SERVICE
13500 West Dixie Highway
North Miami, Florida
Phons 891-2052
A Happy Passo/er To All
Gold Seal
Bakery
2239 Coral Way
(off 22r.d Ave.)
Phone 354-9185
A Happy Passover To All. .
FOX'S
SKERRON INN
6030 South Dixie Highway
South Miami, Florida
Phone 661-9201
Holiday Greetings from
CHINA MNN
RESTAURANT
74255 N.W. 7* AVtNVl
NORTH MIAMI
Phone 681-0012
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
RUDMA
PICTURE CO.
PAUL W. BOUTIilER
(New Owner)
2328 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables
Phone 443-6262
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
from
YOUNG
AGES
604 LINCOLN ROAD
ELI LINIADO
BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
NATIONAL BRANDS
and
STATE BEVERAGES
Passover Greetings
To The Entire
Jewish Community
FARR TOURS
A Reliable Name hi Tranl Una 1927
420 LINCOLN ROAD 6705 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
A Happy Passover To All .
D'ANGELOS BEAUTY SALON
1441 Alton Road, Miami Beach JE 8-0755
A Happy Passover To All .
OTTEN'S STANDARD SERVICE CENTER
Tires-BaHries-Accessories-Road Service and Repairs
2205 N.W. 20th Street 635-8388
A Happy Passover To All .
MR. AND MRS. HARRY MARKOWITZ
and SONS
THOMAS and JERRY
a.,d
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT L. MARKOWITZ
and FAMILY
&*t Very <^JTappy /trssovcr ^t/l
BISCAYNE FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
FIVE CONVENIENT OFFICES IN MIAMI
1790 Biscayne Blvd
HrlM4t Shopping Cent*r
10*9 N.W. 14th Mrt
1*00 Co-ii wr|
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E. ALBERT PALLOT, President
A Happy Passover To AH .
A. B. JONES NURSES REGISTRY
4030 189th Terrace, Opa Locka
Telephone 624-2442
Branch Registries in Gainesville, Lake City,
Ft. Walton Beach, Florida and St. Marys, Ga.
TO ALL GREETINGS
CERTIFIED POULTRY and EGG CO., Inc
(A Subsidiary of Sun City Industries, Inc.)
BILL WARSHAW & SAUL ZALKA
Restaurants Institutions Hotels Stores
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41 N.W. 10th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA Ph. 379-0675
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SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS
613 N.E. 1st AVENUE 374-1034
Miami, Florida
A Happy Passover To All .
PHIL'S AUTO PARTS. INC.
1243 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI
PHONE: 377-1431
A Happy Passover To All .
SHELLEY MANUFACTURING COMPANY
4225 N.W. 72nd Avenue, Miami, Florida
Phone 887-4323
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
JACK SILVER
HERB BRODSKY
BLACK ANGUS
RESTAURANTS & LOUNGES
A Happy Passover To All .
ARNOLDS KIDDYLAND
Toys Baby Furniture WE RENT and SELL ...
1351 N.E. 163rd St. Shopping Center
Telephone 947-8771
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
CLAGGETT ELECTRIC COMPANY, Inc.
CommercialIndustrialAir ConditioningWiring
ALTERATIONS and REPAIRS
8508 S.W. 129th Ter., Perrine 235-3416


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Friday. April 13. 1973
2451 N.W. 7th AVENUE, MIAMI 573-2451
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FIRST
MORTGAGE INVESTORS
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HARDWARE CO.
WISH OUR MANY FRIENDS A HAPPY HOLIDAY
TO ALL GREETINGS
NUTA'S BOAT YARD
'Through the Years Quality & Service'
LOUIS NUTA, JR.
1884 N.W. NORTH RIVER DRIVE
Phone 633-6391
A Happy Passover To All .
Miami Jai Alai Fronton
633-9661
l STANLEY "BUDDY" BERENSON
And Associate*
A Happy Passover To All .
FRANCOIS JACQUEMOUX
DISTRIBUTOR FOR LAURA LEE CANDIES
Makers of Famous French recipe candies lor ouer SO years
_______ 3670 N.W. 79th St. 696-9693
Moses Vs Pharaoh
By RABBI SAMUEL SILVER
(A Seven Arts Feature)
Whenever Passover recurs, we have
a vision of the confrontation between
Moses and Pharaoh.
Moses represents compassion. Per-
sonally safe from the rigors of bondage,
he could not stand to see the Israelite
slaves suffer. Their anguish was a pain
in his heart.
Pharaoh represents callousness. An
insatiable thirst for power made it possible
for him to impose slavery on other human
beings and immunized him against pity.
Moses wanted to serve. Pharaoh
wanted to dominate.
Passover is ancient but not dated.
We have seen again and again in his-
tory the clash, the confrontation, despots
like Pharaoh (haters, we might call
them and devotees of righteousness
(phophets, we might call them.
In the Bible, the duel between Pharaoh
and Moses is a personal one. The conflict
is one between two individuals, antitheti-
cal one to the other.
We see the confrontation not only be-
tween individuals, but also, in the long
course of history, between groups.
What we might term Mosaism trans-
cends any personage. Mosaism is the sum
total of those trends in society making for
human well-being. Mosaism is reflected
in endeavors for the broadening of the
axea of well-being in the world. Mosaism
is the effort to ameloriate the conditions
under which people live.
When groups strive to lift the status of
the poor, the handicapped and the disad-
vantaged, that is Mosaism.
When groups curtail freedom or shut
out the sight of suffering in the world,
when they seek power or self-aggrandize-
ment, that is Pharaohism at work.
The duel between these two persists
until today.
The confrontation has another aspect.
Not only does Passover recall the
clash between two people.
Not only does Passover recall the con-
flict between two types of national re-
gimes.
It also reminds us that within each one
of us there are tendencies of Mosaism and
Pharaohism.
ROSE GORDON,
Your
Vice Mavor
g/4 v try HAPPY PASSOVER
TO THC ENTIRE COMMUNITY
MERCANTILE BARBER SHOP
Bank Floor Room 239
420 Lincoln Road Mall, Miami loach
Telephone 538-1214
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
HAIR BY
RICHARD & MARGIE
13991 So. Dixie Highway
Phone 233-6707
LEADING HAIR STYLISTS IN SOUTH MIAMI
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
FRAMUS FRAMES
MR. STEPHEN SIMON, New Owner
15540 W. Dixie Highway
Phone 944-5413
"FINEST IN FRAMINGS"
A Happy Passover To All .
GENERAL BUSINESS MACHINES
496 N.E. 125th Street 893-4100
To All Greetings FRED LANGMEYER
ATLAS PRINTING & OFFSET
"JOB PRINTING"
519-21 N.W. 7th AVENUE, MIAMI Ph. 7574893
Holiday Greetings
HOWARD S.
It! I III It
"Custom House Brokers"
Port of Miami
P.O. Box 389- 33101
(305) 371-8431
To All Greetings ...
SERVICE GLASS ft
MIRRORS, INC
FREE ESTIMATES
QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
759 N.E. 79th Street
Phone 734-5527
GREETINGS
TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS
FROM
ZUCKERMAN
VERNON
1551 N.E. 167th Strost
North Miami Beach
Phone 9494511
A Happy Passover To All. .
I. GIVNER
LADIES' & MEN'S
TAILORING
Specializing in Alterations'
12485 N.E. othAvonwe
Phone 757-8201
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
STOBS BROS.
Construction Co.
J. ROBERT STOBS, SR. i
7010 N.E. 4th Court, Miami
Phono 751-1092


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We feel with us the tug towards
power. There is a bit of Pharaoh in each of
us. We hunger for power, we can experi-
ence the inward workings of hatred for
other human beings.
And, simultaneously, there is within
us something of the Mosaic. Each of us
feels the promptings of mercy and con-
cern in our hearts. Our innards have a
dab of Mosaism which often surfaces.
Yes. we are the repositories of die
brutal and the brotherly, the cruel and the
kindly, the sweet and the bitter.
Which will prevail? It depends on
how fervently we celebrate Passover and
absorb the great message of the holiday:
to serve can be as gratifying as to rule; to
help can be as viscerally enjoyable as to
hurt.
May the best trend win.
3esl Wishes For The
Holiday Season
PAULS CARPET
WAREHOUSE
31 N.W. 23rd STREET
Phone 573-7626
GREETINGS
ROBINSON
GALLERIES INC.
627 So. Miami Avenue
MIAMI
Phone 374-5713
A Happy Passover To All..,
p. T. C Tool Corp
2777 N.W. 54th STREET
MIAMI
633-9011
A Happy Passover To All. .
AIR CONDITIONING CO.
Mechanical Contractors
Coohr.g and Heatinq
7320 N.W. 58th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 888 263 4
Holiday Greetings
To Our Customers
WOLFIES
RESTAURANTS
195 Lincoln Road
2038 COLLINS AVENUE
A Happy Passover To All. .
PRINTING
ARTS CO.
1300 NW 29 Street
THE TETHER
FAMILY
A Happy Passover To All. ,
YIDALE
ROOFING, INC.
7071 S.W. 13th Terrace
REROOFING
LEAKS REPAIRED
Dial 261-2263
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KLEENTEST
DRAPERY CLEANERS
AND SERVICE
67 N.W. 7!t Street
FREE ESTIMATES
PHONE 754-7224
A Happy Passover To All
from
MILTON LEWIS
AND FAMILY
TAX CONSULTANTS
Phono 532-8035
Holiday Greetings From
0VERH0LT
JEWELERS
Crossroad Building
7220 Red Road
South Miami
Phono 665-2112
A Happy Passover To All..
FROM
ZIPP
SPORTING GOODS
5734 Sunset Drive
7230 Red Road, So. Miami
Phone 665-3534
Holiday Greetings
DOTSON
TIRE CO.
"Worlds Largest Dayton
Tire and Dotson Retread
Distributor"
900 S.W. th Street
hono 377-4086
We Are The Wall Covering
Leader in the South I
LILYAN
CORTEZ
WALL-CO IMPER'AL
"WALLTEX"
"IMPERIAL SCRUBBAL
GLENDURA"
7121 N.W. 6th Ave-738-8791
Holiday Greetings To All
SUNSHINE of MIAMI
CAP MANUFACTURING
MORRIS GOLDWAG
All Kinds of Caps for
Mori, Women, Children
328 West Flagler Street
Miami Ph. 371-4652
. HOLIDAY GREETINGS
To the Jewish Communrty
-TWERY'S-
Importers
576-0564 5764565
A Happy Passover To All.
from
ALEXANDOTS
STOCK FARMS
12220 S.W. 43rd Street
221-9057
A Happy Passover To All.
MEDICAL ARTS DRUGS
834 N.W. 183rd Street
North Miami, Florida
Phone:421-0751
Holiday Greetings From
SANITARY
FISH MARKET
FRESH FISH ft SEAFOOD
817 Biscayne Street
Phone: 672-6281
MIAMI BEACH
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Features Plymouth and other Fine Cars
South East Florida Area
Phone 871-3800
A Happy Passover To All .
252 Miracle Mile, 3173 Commodore Plaza, Coconut Grove
1033 Kane Concourse, ?6lh Street, Bay Harbor Island
Miami Beach
MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS
t
ARKIN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
1827 PURDY AVENUE
1
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA 538-8721
A Happy Passover To All .
H. STERN JEWELERS, INC
Located in
FONTAINEBIEAU HOTEL, MIAMI BEACH
AMERICANA HOTEL, BAL HARBOUR
Holiday Greetings From
DADE PIPE & PLUMBING SUPPLY
ALL STATE PUMP CO.
4923 N.W. 17th AVENUE, MIAMI Rhone: 633-4338
975 N. MIAMI BEACH BLVD., Rhone: 949-OSOf
A Happy Passover To All .
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF SOUTH MIAMI
"FULL SERVICE BANK"
57S0 Sunset Drive South Miami, Fie.
F.D.I.C.
Member Federal Reserve System
TO ALL GREETINGS
JAMBS E. REARDON
YOUR MAYOR
NORTH MIAMI BEACH


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MAULE INDUSTRIES. INC
SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA
FOR OVER FOUR DECADES
100 Biscayne Blvd. 377-8941
A Happy Passover To All
MISHCON
FAMILY
i
Compliments of
First National Bank of Hialeah
975 W. 49th St., Hialeah
"Bon* With A Smile On Palm Springs Milt"
HARVEY and ELAINE BAXTER
and SONS MITCHELL and KENNETH
WISH OUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS
A Happy & Kosher Passover and good wishes to the
Hillel Community Day School and Beth Torah Congregation
wiu mm ruwK msmuTja ,
11223 SO. ISXIENWY. J
Ph~233-776S
A Happy Passover To All .
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
153 NE. 1st Street
Breakfast Luncheon Dinner
Closed Sunday Phone 374-4733
A Happy Passover To All .
WESTCHESTER PLAZA BARBER SHOP
8497 Coral Way 221-9083
CORAL PARK BARBER SHOP
8739 Coral Way 221-9886
"Complete Hair Styling"
A Happy Passover To All .
MISS JANE OF MIAMI, INC.
MEL WARSHAW ft JOSEPH BERMAN
2600 N.W. 5th Avenue Phone 576-3236
"For The Ultimate In Fashion"
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL .
MITCH'S STEAK RANCH
7419 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 757-6811
A Happy Passover To All .
GULFSTREAM PRESS, INC.
3800 N.V. 59th Street, Miami
Ph. 633-8271
Warsaw Ghetto Revolt
Thirty Years Later
By DB. SAMUEL SCHEPS
(<). 1CT" Jewish Teleeraphic A-ru-v>
GENEVA The 30th anniver-
sary of the revolt in the Warsaw
Ghetto will be marked on April 19.
On that day, 30 years ago, a
glorious chapter was written in
the annals of Jewish history. We
are now about to celebrate the
25th anniversary of the establish
ment of tthc Jewish state. We
cannot possibly understand the
emergence of a Jewish state in
1948 without paying detailed and
diligent attention to the events
five years earlier.
THE REVOLT in the Warsaw
Ghetto, resistance in other ghat-
toes, the struggles of Jewish par-
tisans in the forests of Eastern
Europe, the Jewish Brigade. Jew-
ish heroic deeds in the ranks of
other armies all these are ele-
ments in a pattern out of which
the Jewish state has emerged.
Those who revolted in the War-
saw Ghetto, and on a smaller scale
elsewhere, had a very clear grasp
A Happy Passover To All. .
From
HENRY & BEN KRAM OF
PRINT-RITE CO.
3072 N.W. 79th STREET
Phone-691-5452
A Happy Passover To All .
MARTIN KING JEWELRY
FINANCIAL FEDERAL BLDG.
Suite 12-G
407 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 534-2700 or 534-4750
DR. and MRS
MARRY RIMER
daughters Andrea ft Linda
Extend Best Wishes for a
Happy Passover
to their
Relatives and Friends
LUNDY'S
MARKET
1435 Washington Avenue
WISH THEIR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
A Happy Passover
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9690 E. BAT HARBOR DRIVE
on* block north of Brojd Cwuway
on Bay Harbor Island
MIAMI BEACH Tel. UN 6-8706
hJuub
to m?
Good Wishes from ...
IRVING L. WEXLER
Muzak Corp,
Dade, Broward and
Monroe Counties
531-7341
of their position. They knew very
well that they had no chance of
escape, still less of victory. They
realized that they would never see
freedom. But they also knew that
they were fulfilling a historic mis-
sion. Masada nourished the will to
live of the Jewish people for some
2.000 years: the revolt in the
Warsaw Ghetto had a similar im-
pact as soon as it became known.
It belongs to the mystique of
the Jewish people that it has al-
ways drawn strength out of the
depths of misery. Chaim N'achman
Bialik, the centenary of whose
birth we are also marking this
year, has given us a wonderful
poem on this theme.
THE JEWISH people was never
the same again after the revolt in
the Warsaw Ghetto. The revolt
has given it a new dimension. We
have not yet fully exhausted the
material available on the Warsaw
ghetto, and on the revolt. Even as
ghetto life went on with its inde-
suible torment and suffering,
Mag
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GREETINGS
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SCRAP METAL
PIPE, PLATE &
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3177 N.W. N. RIVER DR.
634-2111
MARYLAND
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Extends Holiday Greetings
1901 N.E. 168th Street
North Miami Beach
Phone 949-4004
A Happy Passover To All.
RANGE
FUNERAL
HOME
"CONFIDENCE"
5727 N.W. 17th AVENUE
Phone 691-4343
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SANCHEZ CARPETS, INC.
CARPET SALES AND SERVICE
WE HAVE A
"SPECIAL ON
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$3.00 A YARD
Rug Cleaners Residential and
Commercial
121 5th Street
Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 532-1011
Jewish historians and chroniclers
stored up the evidence for future
generations. We have a tremen-
dous amount of diaries, notes, let-
ters and other data by Jews in the
Warsaw Ghetto and in other ghet-
toes. It will take generations to
muster the wh #e of this material,
and fully understand its signifi-
cance.
On the way, let it be said that
in the ghettoes. it was not all
glory and selfless heroism. There
were acts of meanness and even
treachery, though one should not
hasten to pass judgment on peo-
ple living under such conditions.
To mind comes the figure of
Adam Czerniakov. chairman of the
Jewish Council in the Ghetto of
Warsaw, Did he behave as he
should have behaved? Can this
question be asked? Czerniakov, a
man of integrity, gave the answer
himself: he committed suicide. His
diary, uncovered a few years ago,
is a very moving document.
This tragic problem of the sur-
Holiday Greetings
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Instructions in all Instruments
8551 Coral Way 221-2025
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280 N.W. 54th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 754-3482
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BLYSTONE
PLASTICS
1144S.W 27th Avenue
Miami 35, Florida
Phone 643-3151
Best Wishes For A
Happy Passover
ALL METAL
FABRICATIONS &
EV'S DeLIGHT
4222 S.W. 75th AVE.
Miami
Ph. 223 1851
223-9952
AL & JACK ZISMAN
A Happy Passover To All
HAROLD J. SEGAL,
REALTOR
and Associates
1688 Meridian Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 538-8643


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Diler of Jews to the Nazi hordes
order to save others, cropped
i again and ... ;.n, in a number of
ettoes. Some argue, basing
emselves on Alaimonides, lhat
fhen pagans demand from Jews
[let them have one of them, as
rlctim, ami promise to leave the
fet alive, the Jews should die
Iher than surrender one of them
res." Vet. some great rabbinic
thoiities in the ghettoes held
it it was incumbent upon the
iers to save some Jews, even if
It meant the sacrifice of others.
THERE WAS another question.
seemingly remote, but at that
r>e. 30 years ago, of painful and
te importance to many Jews,
oely: Is it 'Kiddush Hashem"
Hi a Jew is led to the slaughter?
"Kiddubh Hashem" has al-
ys been understood as an act
will, and here free will could
be exercised.
Nevertheless, a man of the stat-
of Hillel Zeitlin, the religious
losopher and sage, visibly and
ently performed the act of
Iddush Hashem" the saneti-
Ition of God's name when
went to his death in the Ghet-
i of Warsaw wrapped in his talit
raving shawl). Here, too, we
be guided by .Maimonides:
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REALTORS
529 Arthur Godfrey Re1.
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-0631
- Holiday Greetings To -
- The Jewish Community -
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3485 N.W. 65th St., Miami
691-0231
HOLIDAY GREETINOa
TROPICAL
PAPER BOX CO.
Manufacturers of
ARTISTIC PAPER BOXES
7000 N.W. 25th Strict
Phone 888-8459
Miami, Florida
A Hcrppy Passover To All.
FOOD SPOT
STORES
Groceries & Dairy Stores
Located
Throughout Dade County
A Frelicha Pesach
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Milton
MIAMI
PROPELLER
SERVICE INC.
2051 N.W. 11th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 643-1313
y
A Happy Pa-sover To All. .
Bob White's Bowling
pro Shop &
Billiard Supplies
Measuring Specialists
Trophies and Shirts
1227 N.E. 2nd Ave.
Phone: 374-0642
"The most Important aspect ol
"Kiddush Hashem" is to die as a
Jew." And this was the acid test
applied to fellow Jew* who died
with their heads Ih..'! high and
their Jewish faith undiininished.
THIS IS also the mcw of one
of our great authorities on the
"Shoa" (the holocaust), Dr. Mark
Dworzecki.
Again, Rabbi Ephraim Oshri
tells in his book. Religious Life
in the Ghetto of Slobodka: A group
of Nazis hurst into a house where
rabbis were holding a meeting.
Rabbi Elchanan Wassermann said:
"If we go to our death with our
heads held high, we snail be ful-
filliflj; the highest command of
our faith Kiddush Hashem"
the same can be said of Dr. Jan-
Ujz hi.w.ik, who went to the gas
chamber as a proud Jew.
Just to recall a few facts: The
revolt lasted from April 19 until,
the beginning of July, the second
or the third of that month, de-
pcnding on how we count. Those
who died in the battle of the War-
saw Ghetto after a battle of great
skill, .is well as deathless courage,
haw helped to make sure the vic-
tory of Jewish arms in the wars
tnat established and secured the
StaU ol Israel.
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A Happy Passover To All .
CHASE SAVERS 1NSIRA1SCE CORP.
1143 Kane Concourse, Bay Harbor, Miami Beach
Phone 945-6563
President Paul E. Bell
Happy Holidays to the Jewish community
JAMES A. DAVIS ACCOUNTANT
PRIMG YOUR FIGURES TO US
1050 S.E. 8th Avenue, Hialeah
Phones 887-6356-887-0375
THE BERMAN AND LEVITT FAMILIES OF
HI-GRAVE FOOD CO.
355 N.E. 71st STREET MIAMI Ph. 758-0516
A Happy Passover To All .
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL
ASSOCIATED ARTISTS
Snpplit'* for Artists, l-.iiyiiirrrs and \r
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A Happy Passover To All .
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18005 S. Dixie Hwy. 233-7756
ACCESSORIES-TIRES-BATTERIES-TOW SERVICE REPAIRS
J^est LVishcs jroi* sJhe
FARM STORES
A Happy Holiday to All .
PUB RESTAURANT
at the RONEY
2303 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH 532-3353
PUB RESTAURANT
at the NEWPORT HOTEL
16701 COLLINS AVENUE 949-7433
To All Those Of The Jewish Faith
In Our Community We Extend
Our Sincere Good Wishes for the Passover Holidays
iami Lincoln Mercury
"Largest In The South'*
8101 N.W. 7th AVENUE Phone: 758-3377
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Wholesale Fruit and Vegetables
CY'S PRODUCE COMPANY* tXC
1200 N.W. 22nd STREET Ph. 379-2796
A Happy Passover To All .
CHAPLIN FLORIST
6600 Biscsyr.e Blvd. Miami
Ph. 758-3601
A Happy Passover To All .
ANTON BEAUTY SHOP
542 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD MIAMI BEACH
Phone 532-7630
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
MANNCRAFT EXHIBITS and DISPLAYS INC. j
720 ALTON ROAD Phone 672-5531
Miami Beach, Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
WAN'S MANDARIN HOUSE RESTAURANT
1 5.W. 8th Street, Miami
Phone: 371-4362


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Phone 661-5831
VIC POTAMKIN
NAT POTAMKIN
AUTOMOBILE LOANS
AS LOW AS 4!/20//
MERCHANTS BANK OF MIAMI
9S0 RED ROAD (S.W. 57th Ave. near the Trail)
Telephone MO 7-5661
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
BISCAYNE CAFETERIAS
9900 N.E. 2nd Ave.
1917 Biscayne Blvd.
PHONE 576-1712
A Happy Passover To All .
from
SENAK COMPANY OF FLORIDA
and
CONSUMERS WHOLESALE. INC.
1330 N.W. 7th Street, Miami 379-2641

Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
WM. J. O'BRIEN and CO.
7211 N.W. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Fla.
Telephone 759-3535
A Happy Passover To All .
MICHELANGELO'S ITALIAN KITCHEN
OPEN 11 A.M. UNTIL 12 P.M
1242 N.E. 163rdSTREET, NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Telephone 947-4911
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
SUNSHINE HAIR FASHIONS, INC
14897 N.E. 18th Ave. 9586 Bird Road
944-6303 223-9316
A Happy Passover To All .
POWER BRAKE EXCHANGE
Complete Brake Service for Trucks and Cars
2050 N.W. 73rd St., Miami, Florida
Phone 635-1120 or 635-1619
Rozalia Is Now Rose
By PHILIP SOSKIS
Executive Director, New York
Association for New America s
(0)i IS'3 Jewish 'leiejrraphlc Agency)
A year ago, 23 year-old Rozalia
Tessler was preparing to celebrate
her first Passover in the United
States. With her father and
mother, her sister Ida and her
brother Arkady, Rozalia had ar-
rived from Russia only three
months earlier.
TODAY, "Rose" Tessler is again
preparing to celebrate Passover;
but many things besides her
name have changed. In Russia
she had been a nurse's assistant,
but here she will graduate from
Touro College in New York City
in June, 1974, not only with a
Bachelor of Science degree, but
with a certificate in one of Amer-
ica's newest professions as a
physician's associate.
"For my parents," Rose Tessler
says frankly, "life in America is
still difficult, but for me it is like
all my dreams come true all I
ever wanted."
The Tesslers came to the United
States late in 1971 from a village
which had only three Jewish
families left: now they live in an
area of Brooklyn with a thriving
Jewish community.
"I am still surprised whenever
I go out into the street and hear
people talking Yiddish, or when I
ride on the subway and see some-
one reading a Yiddish paper,"
Rose says. "In the old country,
even if there had been more Jews,
people would have been afraid to
do these things in public. Not that
there was any official anti-
Semitism in our village," sh
notes, "but we felt it would be
better if we did not call the atten-
tion of the gentiles to the fact that
we were Jews."
A YEAR AGO, Rose knew al-
most no English. One of the first
resettlement services provided to
her and her sister Ida by NYANA,
the New York Association for New
Americans, therefore, was English
lessons. During the first few
months after they arrived here,
NYANA also gave the Tessler
family money for rent, furniture
and interim maintenance and
helped them get dental and med-
ical services. In September. 1972,
Rose was assisted to enroll at
Touro College in one of the
first courses anywhere in the
United States for physician's asso-
ciates.
What are her plans after grad-
uation?
"To work.'" she says, "and to see
whether 1 can make enough money
A Happy Passover To All .
CHUCK HALL
TRAVEL INC.
Telephone JE 1-1195
975 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM ..
NORTHSIDE BANK OF MIAMI
North Side Shopping Center
Northwest 79th Street & 27th Avenue
6964100
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
ALLIANCE'S BISCAYNE MARINE
AT 13255 BISCAYNE BLVD. 822-6371
ALLIANCE'S BISCAYNE CHRIS CRAFT
AT 13301 BISCAYNE BLVD. 947-4472
A Happy Passover To All .
ANVIL METALS, INC.
Miscellaneous Ornamental Fabrications
840 West 20th St., Hialeah 885-5525
LEO BECK
A Happy Passover To All .
GOLD COAST GRAPHICS
605 S.W. 1st AVENUE, MIAMI
PHONE: 374-1773
A Happy Passover To All .
JOE AVICK & SONS
217 North West 36th Street
Phone 576-0570
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
C.iK.\Mp|i: SHOE SALON
"The Place to Go for the Names You Know"
Fine Name Brand Shoes -New Complete Line of Smart Handbags
8134 N.E. 2nd Ave., little River 758-6302
A Happy Passover To All
MIAMI VOGUE MANUFACTURING, INC
316 N.W. 26th STREET, MIAMI
Phone 576-3434
lo go back to school and some day
become a doctor."
Host's younger sister. Ida, 20,
is still working in an office as
she did a year ago, but she too is
now part of the American dream.
She is continuing with her English
language course and is also study-
ing shorthand and typing, so that
she can one day become a sec-
retary.
Arkady, 13. is still attending a
Yeshiva in Brooklyn. "I told him
to study hard." Rose says, "so that
one day he can become a doctor.
But he is only a child yet, so he
really cannot make up his mind.
But he said to me, 'Okay. I will
study hard and become a doctor.'"
AS FOR Boruch and Sofia Tess-
ler, the parents, for the second
time they have had to begin life
all over again. After World War II,
40 Jews returned to their village
from the concentration camps, out
of more than 400 who were taken
by the Nazis. The rest had been
exterminated. These included
Boruch Tellser's first familywife
and five children who were
taken to Auschwitz and never re
turned. Mrs. Tessler's parents and
four brothers were also destroyed.
The Tesslers came under official
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scratiny from the Russian author-
ities when Boruch Tessler applied
for permission to emigrate to join
\m two. bi-otliui's.in -.\ was called to the regional police
station some time later and told
that the application had been re
jected, despite his plea that he had
not seen his two brothers in 40
years. "W
It was Rose X' en still Rozalia
who wrote to higher authorities
after the application had been
rejected. She was frightened, she
admits, but they were determined
to go somewhere where they could
live as Jews, where the people did
not mutter "zhid" as they passed.
IT WAS ALMOST a miracle.
tie says, that a month 'ater they
eceived notification that the
authorities were reviewing their
papers. It was three months after
that that the family received per-
mission to leave: processing took
another three months The Tess-
lers feel that it was a s;ood omen
for their future in America that
they arrived in New York on
Dec. 14, 1971, in time for Chan-
ukah.
The Tesslers were helped to
come to the United States by
United Hias Service. NYANA,
which helped them during their
first difficult months in America,
and UHS both receive funds from
the campaigns of the United Jew-
ish Appeal.
Now both Boruch and Sofia
Tessler are retracing the history
of earlier waves of Jewish immi-
gration. Both Boruch, who is 69
years of age, and Sofia. 46. are
working in knitting factories.
"Hard work,'" Rose says, 'and both
of them come home very tired
every night."
"YOU KNOW." she adds, "as
happy as I am, I can -ee that
when you are older, it is mu^h
I
A Happy Passover To All..,
from
BILL
and
HERMAN
KALER
Holiday Greetings to The
Jewish Community
HERBERT
SIEGEL
PAINTING CONTRACTORS
17018 W. Dixie Highway
Phone 947-6894
A Happy Passover To AH
HOWARO
RICHMAN
PHOTOGRAPHER
1071 N.E. 79th Street
Miami -751-5451
HOLIuAY GREETINGS
INTERIORS
BY
DALE l. miDMAN, IMC.
5000 N. Miami Ave., Miami
Phone 759-4971
Holiday Greetings From
SWIM JV SPORT
SHOPS
Dadeland Shopping Center
163 St. Shoppinq Center
111 Miracle Mile
L
A Happy Passover To All. .
COPERNICO'S
RESTAURANT
250 N.E. 183rd Street
Phone 652-4303
North Miami Beach
harder to start all over again. But
I can also say honestly that my
parents have no regrets. They are
not-seirythat they"eatt#,"ind the
reason for that is that they knew
that what they were doing was not
for themselves, but for us my
sister, my brother and me.
"Where we were, I could never
have dreamed of going to college.
And I could not have hoped to live
a Jewish life."
"Everybody has dreams, that is
natural." Rose Tessler says, "but
I am lucky at least some of my
dreams are already happening."
^/l
r^assover Jo ^zAfll
JAY aiul YAFFA
and Family
A Happy Passover To All .
IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE
OF
OUR PARENT FOUNDERS
MR. & MRS. JACOB RABINOWITZ
Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowirz
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowirz
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
A Happy Passover To All .
MILLER AND SOLOMON, INC
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
460 S. Dixie Highway Coral Gables
PHONE: 661-3403
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Jake's 23rd Street Standard Station
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340-23rd STREET-MIAMI BEACH-538-0938 & 532-2110
A Happy Passover To All .
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Mutual of Omaha Ins. Co. United Benefit Life Ins.
Phone 377-4951 1201 Brickell Avenue
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AW I.KTTKH SERVICE
130 N.E. 2nd AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 379-0041
A Happy Passover To All .
REX THREE ENGRAVING OF MIAMI, INC.
2391 N.W. 20th STREET
PHONE 635-5308
Holiday Greetings from Jack and Fred Bill
163rd STREET CYCLE CENTER
(Opp. Beth Torah Temple)
Schwinn 1 English Bikes, Mechanical Repairs on all Types of Bikes
1964 N.. 163rd Street Phone 945-4541______^^
A Happy Passover To AH .
GRACIOUS LIVING INTERIORS
2664 N.E. 189th Street, North Miami Beach
Phone 391-0434
A Happy Passover To All .
NICHOLS APARTMENT HOTEL
9585 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 866-8051
DONNELLY ADVERTISING
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5220 Biscayne Boulevard
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MR. BAY TOM, Owner
2235 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 371-2334
Holiday Greetings
AARON AIRCONDITIONING
INSTALLATION and SERVICE
For All Foreign and Domestic Cars Tom Slagle
1860 N.W. 95th Street 691-4991
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AL GONZALEZ, Jr., President
MORRIS G. DRAPKIN, Secretary-Treasurer
821 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami Phone 373-7603
A Happy Passover To All .
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9501 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 866-1625
A Happy Passover To All .
TROPEX BATTERIES. IXC.
"First to Last in Batteries"
2100 N.W. 17th AVENUE Call 633-3403
A Happy Passover To All .
CURTIS & KAPLAN, INC.
290 N.E. I81s Streot 652-3960
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FROM THE
CHARLES BERGER FAMILY
MR. and MRS. ISRAtt SPEISER
MRS. SAILEE ZWJCK
Orthodox
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community From
PATIENT'S CENTER
(LOU GROSSMAN)
Telephone: 445-2662
3121 Coral Way, Miami, Florida
TO UOO'S CHOSEN PEOPLE .
HOLIDAY GREETINGS!
Modern Israel reborn and built on the ruins of the past
symbolizes the hope of free Men everywhere endurino
oeacel
STAR PRINTING SERVICE
1184 Palm Ave., Hialeah Phone 887-6451
Levi Valentini
JOE and HARRY COHEN
FEDERAL PACKING COMPANY
wish to extend Holiday Greetings
to the entire Jewish Community
330 West 23rd Street, Hialeah 888-5231
Union
Moves
Into
75th
\ear
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Continued From Page 5-E
recreate such Jewish identity feelings by pro-
grams advancing the ideal of Israel, synagogue
membership, communal obligation and Torah
study. He said Orthodox Union plarnwrfttjee,
as the centers for these efforts, the Orthodox
synagogue for which the Orthodox Union will
provide tools and counsel and a willingness to
test fresh approaches toward solutions of prob-
lems that arc critical.
He also reported that the Orthodox Union
hopes to persuade non-Orthodox rabbis to
join in that battle to strengthen Jewish iden-
tity and to act to persuade rabbis who per-
form mixed marriages to end the practice. He
added that '"informal" discussions have been
held with non-Orthodox rabbis in efforts to
induce thera to end officiating at such mar-
riages.
The weekend retreats started in Tennessee
10 years ago are the key to the Orthodox
Union's program to strengthen the Jewish
family unit. One currently is planned in Cali-
fornia this spring and others in other sections
during the rest of this year. The format pro
vide* not only for a typically complete Sab-
hath observance rituiiliv. but also for discus-
sion groups among participants and lectures
by leading Orthodox scholars. The retreats
involve t.iking over an entire hotel, making
it kosher and converting it into a Sabbath
A Happy Passover To All .
Palmer Paper Company
3250 N.W. 60th STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 633-0666
To Al! Our Friends and Patrons Most Happy Holidays
LANG ROOFING & TILE CO., INC.
Established 1939
ROOF REPAIRING and SHEET METAL WORK
573 N.W. 71st STREET
758-1009 758-2878
A Happy Passover To All .
BRIGHT STAR FISH MARKET, INC.
1676 N.E. 164th Street Phone 945-9431
FISH GROUND FREE!
A Happy Passover To All .
SERGIO'S BAYSH0RE BEAUTY SALON
836 S. MIAMI AVENUE, MIAMI
Telephone: 379-9655
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE KRONENGOLD
Wish All Their Friends A Happy Passover
Holiday Greetings
CENTRAL FREIGHT
FURNITURE WAREHOUSE
(Seaboard Services, inc.) LUIS P. CRUZ
1000 E. 23rd Street, Hialeah Telephone 693-5757
A Happy Passover Tt AH .
FRIENDLY FORD
2198 N.E. 163rd Street NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Phone 949-1311
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Phone 635-4597
Interiors by
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Distributors Libbey, Owens, Ford Gloss Co. & Insulux Glass Block
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Eitan Kassel and Yoav Moshe
'Prompt Day and Night Service" PLUMBING CONTRACTORS
FOR SALES, SERVICE or REPAIRS-Phone 757-0606
McCORMICK-BOYETT PLUMBING COMPANY
7424 N.E. 2nd Avenue-Emergency: 895-2738, 893-3758
GREETINGS TO ALL...
MIAMI SPRAY CO.
1201 OPA-LOCKA BLVD.
OPA-IOCKA, FLORIDA
685-1521
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5501 N.W. 36th AVENUE
Ph. 635-3066 F*. 635-6650
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980 S.W. 3th Street
LOUIS & MARY PI.OTKIN
Owners
Phone 379-4442
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Phone 261-2203
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PARK SHORE
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10898 N.E. 6th Avenue
Miami Shores
754-9506
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918 East 25th Street
742 West 49th Street
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=.
S,-*)arill3, 1973
* Jen is* ffcrMSar
haven from the pressures and bustle of the
*ork-8-day weok, starting on a Thursday night
4d" ending at Sunday noon. Non-Orthodox
fartttes come as guests of Orthodox friends,
RchW Savitz said. Costs are covered by the
piUfcipants. .....
BOW HAS IT WORKED so far? Rabbi
Savttx replied that 10 annual retreats in one
city -could hardly provide scientifically valid
"rt*clusions. But, he added, he could report
that" ruin-observant participants had subse-
quently begun to practice some of the rituals,
that some had enrolled their children in day
schools and that Orthodox synagogues in the
region had gained new members from among
" the Ben-Orthodox participants.
He also pointed out that the Orthodox
Union has had an aliyah department for sev-
eral years, which he said he believed was the
only one under auspices of a congregational
agency, which provides up-to-date information
for Orthodox families planning to settle in
Israel. He reported that the organization had
started testing, in a modest way, the idea of an
on-going program of Torah lecture tours, ar-
ranging for outstanding Orthodox scholars to
visit smaller communities to bring authentic
Jewish learning to audiences otherwise un-
likely to hear such scholars. Also getting in-
tensive planning is a test of use of video-taped
recordings of seminars featuring such scholars
for use in isolated communities, he said.
>RT In Israel How It All Began
Continued From Page 3-E
dent. Their discussions resulted in a declara-
tion of policy that had far reaching implica-
tions for the future:
"I am glad to inform you that on my own
initiative (italics in the original) we now
propose to incorporate the ORT schools in the
network of officially recognized institutions,
and as a sign of our recognition, to grant
them government subsidies, although these
have a more symbolic value than a monetary
one. This straightens out the Medinah's (gov-
ernment's) line with regard to ORT."
ORT IN ISRAEL today has a student body
of about 50,060. The ORT educational system
comprises 84 schools of every kind and size,
plus service programs that function outside of
schools. Its programs are located in 45 cities,
towns, hamlets, farm settlements, a map of
which would cover the entire face of Israel.
This network graduates 12,000 technically
equipped people into Israel's society and econ-
omy annually, and that number will grow.
ORT is today the nation's crucible for
the creation of a large segment of those who
will insure its living standards and its capac-
ity to progress and defend Itself.
This is the long road that began 25 years
apo with the first school in Jaffa in December,
1948.
A Happy Passover To All .
NATIONAL
TITLE COMPANY
ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANT MORTGAGES
MAIN OFFICE
131 S.W. 27th AVENUE PHONE: 642-6220
A Happy Passover To All. .
JOHNNIE & MACK
BODY SHOP
"By the Railroad Track"
PcrintirnColor Matching
SEAT COVERS
Body and Fender Repair*
3647 N.W. 36th STREET
Phone 633-0181
TO ALL MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS
SAL BIONDO'S BODY SHOP, INC.
PAINT AND BODY WORK
Our Guarantee Your Satisfaction
1900 NE 154th STREET No. Miami Beach
Ph. 947-8685
ro All... Best Wishes for the Holiday
CONNIES
SEPTIC TANK CO., Inc.
Phone 888-3495
A Happy Passover To All .
TREMENDOUS COLOR
HIALEAH, FLORIDA
A Hacpy Passover To All. .
DRAW DRAPES of
SOUTH FLORIDA
2020 Harrison Street
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
PHONE:
DADE: 947-4215 or 945-0331
BROWARD: 927-7008
A Happy Passover To All
FEDCO
1605 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, Florida
PHONES:
DADE COUNTY 885-4535
BROWARD COUNTY _........_ 5221361
A Happy Passover To All .
PETER M. LOPEZ
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JACK THOMAS, REALTORS, INC.
1325 BISCAYNE BLVD., MIAMI, 33132, FLA.
SAM HEIMAN EDWARD MARKOFF
Phone 358-5511
A Happy Passover To All. .
N. DAVIS ft
COMPANY.
JEWELERS
310-312 SEYBOLD BUILDING
36 N.E. 1st STREET
Phone 358-2485
A Happy Passover To All. .
S. Z. BENNETT, M.A.I.
Consultant Appraiser
1407 Ainsley Bldg.
Miami, Florida
Phone 371-1639
Holiday Greetings .. .
SUNDLAJND
: I SHOP
Aquariums and
Tropical Fish. Monkeys,
Puppies, Hamsters,
Parrots, Etc.
11429 S. Dixie Hwy.
Phone 235-1821
TNT CHEMICALS, INC.
. MANUFACTURERS QF
HOUSEHOLD INSECTICIDES
GREETINGS ISAIAH 53
Coconut Grove Employment Agency
DOMESTIC HELP
4ABIES-S.W. SECTION Mrs. Erma C. Greene (Owner)
Phone 444- T 631
103 GRAND AVENUE COCONUT GROVE
Hours: 8 A.M. to 3 P.M. Monday thru Friday
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
CENTRAL TAXI
INDEPENDENTLY OWNED & OPERATED
NEW LOW RATE TO AIRPORT
Flat rate $6.00 maximum
(5 can ride for price of 1)
PHONE 532-5555
A Happy Passover To All .
David Richard Plastering Co., Inc.
PLASTERING-LATHING & DRY WALL CONTRACTORS
Washington Towers Suite 1112
633 N.E. 167th Street, N. Miami Beach 865-2481
A Happy Passover To All .
GREENLEAF & CROSBY
JEWELERS
9700 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
THE OLDEST JEWELERS IN FLORIDA
Quali:y Diamonds Since 1868, Greerneui & Crosby
has been famous lor its outstanding collection of qem
quail y dicmonds in traditional and modern settings.
A Happy Passover To All .
BARTON'S AGENCY
6701 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
^ DEAUVILLE HOTEL
864-4531
17030 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 945-5091
A VERY HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
THE FINEST KNITS
UNDER THE SUN
LEUMAS KNITTING MILLS, INC.
A Happy Passovei To All .
JONATHAN TURK / Realtor
940 LINCOLN ROAD. MIAMI BEACH
Phone 864-6515
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
HOFFMAN OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY, INC
Desks Cabinets Chairs etc.
53 Hialeah Drive, Hialeah, Fla. Phone 888-2479
Julie Nadler Sam Goldberg
Beach Hardware and Paint Co.. Inc.
Electrical Appliances -:- Plumbing Supplies
1121-1123 WASHINGTON AVE. Phone 531 -9059
A Happy Passover To All .
i.luntAE CONTACT UE2VS, IXC.
EETTER VISION THRU CONTACT LENSES
173 N.E. 64th Street 754-8607
A Happy Passover To All .
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TELEPHONE DIRECTORY


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Jew is* tier Mian
Friday, April 13 1973
- The Officers and
The Board Of Trustees
On Behalf Of
Mount Sinai Medical Center Of Greater Miami
Extend Cordial Passover Greetings
OFFICERS
Chairman of the Board.......Max Orovitz
Vice Chairman of the Board......Baron deHirsch Meyer
President.........1 1 Samuel Friedland
Vice President.......... Max V. Cogen
Vice President..........Edward L. Cowen
Vice President........., Julius Darsky
Vice President.......... Mrs. Lila G. Heatter
Vice President.......... Samuel J. Heiman
Vice President.......... Howard Kane
Vice President.......... Joseph M. Lipton
Vice President.......... Dan B. Ruskin
Vice President.........; Edward Shapiro
Vice President.........: Milton Weiss
Vice President........., Leonard A. Wien
Secretary............ Shepard Broad
Assistant Secretary......... Paul Faske
Treasurer........... Leonard L. Abess
Assistant Treasurer......... A. C. Fine
Ex-Officio Samuel Gertner, Executive Vice President
TRUSTEES
James M. Albert Hank Meyer
L. Jules Arkin Benjamin Meyers
Jerry Blank Harry L. Nathenson
Harold Brown W. James Orovitz
David P. Catsman Clifford Perlman
Joseph H. Davidson Mrs. Abraham Ribicoff
Robert S. Feldman Julius M. Rosenberg
Sydney Gans Marshal E. Rosenberg
Robert Z. Greene Mrs. James H. Ruby
Louis Hand Robert Russell
Isadore Hecht Carl Susskind
Henry Keller Malcolm Woldenberg
Milton Kelner Louis Wolfson, II
Bing Kossoff Lewis E. Zorn
Sydney Levison
Arthur Mark
LIFE TRUSTEES
Col. Jacob M. Arvey s. C. Levenson
Sa Blanl< J. Gerald Lewis
Ben B,um Leon Lowenstein
Mac Gache A. J. Molasky
Abraham Goodman Stanley Myers
Morris Goodman, M.D. Joseph M. Rose
Paul R. Gordon William D. Singer
Mrs. S. Harvey Greenspan Harry Sirkin
Nathan S. Gumenick Joseph Stein
A- J. Harris Abe W. Waxenberg
Samuel Kann Carl Weinkle
Aaron M. Kanner Louis E. Wolfson
Benjamin G. Kline Mitchell Wolfson
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O w n
With ISABEL GKOVE
I Miami, Florida -- Friday, April 13, 1973
Section ?
Felice and Gerald Schwartz are beaming these days aver the
accomplishments of their two sons. Gregg Richard, a junior at
Palmetto Senior High, was tapped by the National Honor So-
ciety and played this year on the varsity basketball team. He
was a member of the National Junior Honor Society, and earned
letters in five sports in junior high. Gary Robert, a senior at the
University of Florida, made the Presidents List three times with
a 4.0 average for separate quarters, and will graduate this vear
with a major in psychology. Gary-S an athlete, too. and was the
most valuable player in the Greater Miami YMHA league while
in high school. Daughter Wendy Lee isn't left out, for she has
made an honor roll here and there and has time for ten:iis and
other sports.
Beirut Police Disperse Mob
Attacking American Embassy
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Not much time left to see the energetic and entertaining re-
vue. -From Israel With Love" at the Beach Theatre. It closes
April 22. Lead siny : in the show, Dani Amihud sings his own
"Rosalinda," which he wrote and recorded in Hebrew. The gong
won first place In ;he 1971 Israel Song Festival. Win1.- most of
Hie members of the show, oho. Incidentally, have been ri
l' k" instead ol cabs around town, arc returning to Israel after
tluir nine-month worl! tour to prepare next < ear's Fr m Isra i
' i ove," Yaacov Noy, pantomimist hopes I i .-:,.;. i.. -
at< o perfo:i- ... ....,: > h re ...
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Fred GoMsi i:s son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Goldstein, 1375
NE 6th Aye., itiy enrolled as a student at The American
College, Jerusalem Fred's participating in an unique educational
experience an American education in the Israeli setting. TTie
American Colics' in Jerusalem, Israels only four-year English
language liberal arts allege, provides an opportunity for Eng-
lish speaking young men and women to study in Israel in their
own language. Students are encouraged to participate in commu-
nity affairs in Jerusalem, giving them a first hand understanding
of Israel, its people and their culture. Organized tours through-
out the country are an integral part of the college's curriculum.
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New entertainment attraction at the Eudopa Restaurant and
Lounge, 3622 Coral Way, is Billy Stoele, singer and pianist. Billy
appears in the lounge nightly, except Mondays, from 8 to 1. Miami
area dates for Steele. whose singing style is a cross between the
late Nat King Cole and Sammy Davis, Jr., include Aztec. Lucerne,
Seville, Miami Skyways and Hampton House. In New York he
appeared for a year at the Cloud Room.
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Mrs. Arturo Di Filippt was hostess at the Europa for a re-
cent after-the-concert supper. The party numbered 60 guests, in-
cluding many of the artists who performed at Gusman Hall.
Among the tetter were Eugene Ormandy, Mantserrat Caballe,
Martti Talveta, Martha Agerrlch,, Bernabe Marti, Matteo Man-
guerra, Lili Chookasian, James Lucas and Emerson Buckley.
By Special Report
JERUSALEMTension mounted
again in the Middle East Wednes-
day as more than 500 Arab
demonstrators attempted to storm
the American embassy in Beirut,
three terrorists were killed infil-
trating Israeli territory in the oc-
cupied Golan Heights and Israel
termed its attack against Leb-
anon "a complete success.'"
i Hundreds of students. Lebanese
: as well as Palestinian, took the
! lead in a street demonstration
; against the Urh'ed States in
Beirut. They pro >si,nl the Israeli
I assault into the heart of Lebanon,
in reprisal for this week's Arab
guerrilla activities in Cyprus.
Lebanese peL* persed the
mob. which eri^d that "Israel and
I America are the same. We are
1 fighting United Sta'es imperial-
ism." The nation, half Christian
and half Moslem, operated Wed-
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i U.S. Deplores
Raid On Beirut
WASHINGTON JTA> The
State Department deplored Mon-
i day's Israeli raid on Arab terrorist
headquarters in Beirut and
branded as "mischievous" allega-
tions by the Palestine Liberation
Organization of 0. S. complicity in
the attack.
Department spokesman Charles
Bray told newsmen, "We ourselves
have on many occasions deplored
the cycle of violence which has
taken such a heavy toll in human
life and suffering and we must
regretfully deplore it again." He
said if it were proved that inno-
cent lives were lost, the United
States' regret would be "even
greater."
Bray said the PLO allegation
that some elements of the Israeli
commando force had taken refuge |
in the American Embassy in Beirut
"is utterly without foundation."
nesday without a cabinet as the
Lebanese government was caught
between opposing factions.
Militant Ami)-, sympathetic to
the Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion, called for increa ed resi;tanec
to Israeli retaliatory strikes. But a
majority of the population of the
one-time French mandate spoke
out for further curbs on the ter-
rorists.
Three of Hum were blown to;
bits Wednesdaj when a bomb they
were plan;:. ; inside of the Golan |
H ts ex !odi .1 | n maturely. It
v a ,;i" ond \ rab ii in into
the former Syrian territory oc-
cupied since the Six-Daj War of
June, 1967 within a week
Prime Minister Golda Meir anri
Gen. David Elazar again praised
the brilliance of the Israeli attacks
into the heart of Lebanon, with
combined military, naval and air
actions resulting in the achieve-
ment of ail key objectives.
"We wanted to kill the three top
'err ri Is, and we did." Gen. Elaza:
aid at a Wednesday news confer-
n< He said Israeli intelligen --
ktes 1 were thi m;
min iluni
Katchalski Elected
President Of Israel
By Special Report
JERUSALEM Pn>f Ephraim
Katchalski. graduate of the
Hebrew University and renowned
scientist of Weizmann Institute of
Science, was elected Tuesday as
President of Israel.
He won by a 3-to-2 margin in
the Knesset over Prof. Ephraim
Uhrbach of the Hebrew Univer-
sity, who was the nominee of the
National Religious Party with
support from the Gahal (Herut-
Liberai coalition) faction. The vote
was 66 to 41.
Prof. Katchai.-ki served for
vrars as a member of the faculty
of the Hebrew University ot
Jerusalem before joining tl
Weizmann Institute staff in 1949.
The Uhrbach candidacy here
was viewed not as opposition to
Prof. Katchalski, who is consid-
i ered in the highest esteem by the
academic community and Govern-
, ment officials, but as symbolic of
i a protest against alleged Labor
Party maneuvering in the nominat-
ing process.
V*
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K^jreetin^s
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to the entire
Jewish v-*-
omnium
y
0<- < t*e Hai-o-s O \iesl mi largts!
Dade Federal Savings;
V A NO lO*N SSOC'*"ON Of MIAMI /
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Women'* Division Of The
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
NOMINATING COMMITTEE
PRESENTS THI FOUOWING
SLATE Of OFFICERS FOR 1973-74
1
PRESIDENT:
VKI presidents
CAMP AWN:
CAMPAIGN!
CAMPAIGN:
EDUCATION:
CORRESPONDING &
RECORDING SECRETARY:
NOMINATING COMMITTEE
CHAIRMAN-.
PARLIAMENTARIAN:
IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT:
Mrs. Irving Wexler (Reva)
Mrs. leonord Friedland (Toby!
Mr*. Morten Weinberger (Gwtitl
Mrs. Rkhord levy (Ben)
Mrs. Saul Landau (Gabriclo)
Mm. Robert Russell (Muriel;
Mrs. Adolph Berger (Helenel
Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim (Dorothy)
Mrs. Burton levey (From
Presented by the Nominating Committee in accordance with the By-laws
of Hit Women's Division ot the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Article
IX, Sections 4 and 6.
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Additional nominations may be mode only by petition carrying fifteen (15)
or BMW signatures of voting members, provided consent of Hie nominee
has been obtained in advance. Those petition! must reach Hie chairman
I the nominating committee net later than fourteen (14) day* after the
slate has been published
ffCTIMM
H there are no further nomination!. Hi* *lot* OS publiihed shall bo con
lidtrod electee! and Hie new slate she* take office Moy 1.
WOMEN'S DIVISION NOMINATING COMMITTEE
CHAIRMAN:
PREVIOUS CHAIRMAN:
MRS. RKMAJtD BRKKMAN
MRS.RKHARD UVY
MRS. MKHAR LIPSRY
MRS. ADOtPH BER6ER
MRS. LAWRENCE BRANT
MRS. MARVIN GILLMAN
MS. HOWARD TRINZ
MRS. HARRY SMITH


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Lubavitcher Chassidim To 500 So. Floridians Visit TSS Fairwind On First Saturday
Mark Rebbe's 71st Birthday
I Jews all over the world, par they are beinq used locally by
Iciilarly Lubavitcher Chassidim. I Jholei Torah Dav School Ye'shiva
lill celebrate the 71st birthday | >ay School and Beth Israel Youth
PORT EVERGLADES More
than 500 South Floridians took ad-
vantage of Sitmar Cruises' invita-
tion to visit the TSS Fairwind dur-
ing the first of a month-long se-
Sjturday open houses
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KABBI MtNACHBM M SCHHURSON
of :! I.n'i:!vi!t her Rebbe, Rabbi
Knuchem M. Schneerson Friday.
Th. date a'-n mark- 'hi- u!'nina-
tior. oi a in!! y< ,ir of efforts on
behalf of Judaism: last year all
branches and regional .. cl rs of
the \! iv. liient pic ; I to esl iblish
at least 71 new Torah institutions
: pledge that has been fulfilled
man -. over.
The state of Florida has been
amen- those seeing an unprece-
dented increase in Lubavitcher
activities during the past year.
With th" cooperation of the Bu-
reau i>! .!. ui-h Filucation. 20
classes i:i Clias-idic i'liil isophy
hav. been established in local
syn;.-oi!Lie- and temples, and the
M'law .Maika program under the
direction of l-'.'h'i!- Yitzchok Mar-
cus and Joseph. Samuels now has
son .300 nartieipants.
jtn order to make Jew Mi liter-
atui l..i..-1 < lias ii
die lave been e >tabli: hed.
Thi -i i us at
the
of i .' vi1' an.i Flor-
ida ~
the o '...' o ;;.. : in
loca
text o\ \ii ; eh n
dist ate;
Kirght, Jacobs^
Win Gables Seafc
Coral Cables oil company execu
tive and civic leaver Albert Jacob
son won a four-year term on the
city commission : Cables
voters also elected retired bus
inessman Robert L. Ifiiight for
four years.
In addition. Mr. Knight was
elected mayor. Con.nrssioner Rob-
ert Brake led former Commis- '
loner William Chapman by 21
vites. with absentee ballots hold-
ing the two-year term in the !
balance.
Mr Jacobson. who rved as vice
president of Temple Judea, worked
dose'v with the late Jos, :>h
Krefetz. then president, in moving
the Coral Cab!. i [Ogue to its
new site opposite the 1 niversitj
of Miami.
Congregation.
During Passover, hand made
! ifatxoh Shmurah. baked under
pei ial supervision, will be dis-
ributed to Jewish youth study
I iroups and day school students by
; lerkos in honor of the Rebbe's
birthday. Some 100 packages have
i!so been sent behind the Iron
Curtain under the sponsorship of
i he local Lubavitcher committee
' o help Soviet Jewry.
__ Under the initiative of Rabbi
Schneerson, this past year saw the
establishment of Cholov Yisroel
i new Mikvah designed to meet the
HalachiC opinions of all sectors
.>f Judaism including the i
>f Lubavitch in Creator Miami,
ind the Mitzvah of Tefillin, always
most among Lubavitcher ac-
es, is continuing to reach
thousands, according to Rabbi
Abraham Korf. regional director
f the state oi Florida.
lies of
aboard
vessel.
luxury
Lorfaer Sets Donor Weekend
Th.- ] oj i>cr Chapte: o ;:>e Chil-
dren's Asthma H ,|lf
and Hospital will reward its de-
voted fund raiser- with a "donor j
weekend" Saturday. April 28, at
the Deauville Hotel. A iinner will
be held Saturday right in the
Ifaaketcer Room to honor those
who have raised lior.ovs to help
provide free treatment to children
severely afflicted with asthma at
the CARITI facility in Denver. ,
About 100 area travel agents
from as far north as Fort Pierce
and as far south as Key We.it. is
sued boarding passes which en-
titled visitors to inspect the ship
and have their names entered in a
drawing for a seven day Caribbean
cruise for two aboard the Fairwind.
The travel agent responsible for
ihe winning couple's visit to the
ship will also win a cruise for two
The Saturday open house pro-
gram was designed to introduce
p itentiel cruise passengers to the
concept of inspecting a : hip when
ever possible before making com-
mitments for a cruise. Cabins in
ail price categories and all public
rooms will be open aboard the
Kainvind during open house
periods.
The Fairwind sails from Port
Everglades on a Saturday weekly
dcpaiiure schedule and visit
Juan, St. Thomas, Santo Doming
and Port-au-Prince, Its sister
the TSS Fairsea, is position,
the West Coast an.I cruises
Mexico, Central America. Canada
ind Alaska.
Home based in Monte Carlo,
Sitmar Cruises' main office is lo-
cated at 3303 Wilshire Blvd.. Los
Angeles. Regional sales offices are
also located in New York, Chi: i .
Vfiami, Dallas. Denver. S*
San Francisco, Toronto and Van-
couver.
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Friday Night Dinners and Maxwell House Coffee
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thought of it make you yearn for some? And
also for a cup of the coffee you like best!
Matchless Maxwell House, the favorite
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Mrs. Theodore Zaiies Named To Be
Honoree At ORT Bonds Luncheon
Maxwell Harris >< President Of Temple Ner Tamid
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region
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Memorial Stamp
Honoring Truman
Available May 8
Design of a memorial stam;*
honoring the late Harry S. Truman
was announced today by E. H.
Daws. District Manager Post
master of Miami.
The 8-cent postage stamp will
be issued May 8 at Independence.
Mo., where the 33rd President
sided until his death Dec 26.
1972
The vert will be
printed on the Gi >ri press in bla
red and blue. It was designed by
Bradbury Thompson and will ca
numbi :
ted on a f
ite photograph of the late Mr.
Truman, Leo Sti i.-.. a
Firsl dav cancellal iiiests
may be sent, postmarked no later
than May 8. to: "Truman Stamp.
[master, Independence. Mo
640."o in losing the proper rc-
. mittance.
Memorial For Mrs. Dopshuld
Golda Meir Chapter of Pioneer
Women will hold a memorial for
the late Mrs. Anna Dopshuld at its
regular meeting in the Washington
Federal. 1234 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach, Wednesday, April 25
at 12:45 p.m.
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good-tasting coffee, with 97% of the caffein
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Hebrew Academy Women
Name Mrs. Josh Rephun
Mrs. Josh (Claire) Kophun has
been named chairman of the April
30 meeting of the Hebrew Acad
(my Women which ill benefit
the scholarship fund of ihe
Greater .Miami Hebrew Academy.
The afternoon session will be held
in the auditorium of the .Miami
Beach school.
Mrs Leonard i Irene) Adlcr also
named Mrs. Howard (Shcree)
Towbin as cochairman and Mrs.
Samuel (Beckie) Reinhard as
honorary chairman. Mrs. Rephun
said more than 75 per cent of I he
307 students at the Hebrew Acad-
imy receive partial or full scholar-
ships.
Other meetings announced by
\\r<. Adlcr include a b ard meet-
ing May <) at the Keyston Point
honu of Mr-. George (Dorita) Fel-
denkn a May 23 dedication of
the auditorium of the new Mer-
witzcr Buliding and a June 4 Inwia
.uneheon at the Miami Beach home
ol Rabbi and .Mrs. Alexander S.
Gross.
The Hebrew Academy PTA.
headed by Mrs. Leonard (Sandy)
r, this week continued its an-
nual Passover candy .sale, with
students and mother., joining in
the fund-raising effort,
Dr. Alien Katz To Speak
Dr. Alien M. Katz will speak to
the Italian American Club at 270
Catalonia Ave., Coral Gables, at
.'i p.m. Friday. His t ipic will be
The Surgical Transplantation of
Hair"; he will show slides of some
of hi- work and answer questions.
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of
Maule Industries
I'Uisncs Student \r! Show
AI VI-DCC South
The annual Student Art Exhibi-
tion, representing the work of
mosl of the 200 art students at
Miami Dado Community College
South, will be held April 16 to
May 9. A pre-opening reception
"ill be held Sunday from S to 7
p.m. in the gallery.
T!ie exhibit consists of art pro
luted in class and will contain
object! in all media including
paintings, weaving, sculpture,
macrame, etching and engraving,
Hours for the display, open to
the public, are from 9 a.m. to -4:30
p.m. Monday, Tuesdaj and Friday,
and from 9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. on
Wednesday and Thursday. The
exhibit is in the Fine Arts Build
ing, Room 5215. I
Leah Cavell Grand Prize
Winner In Student Show
Leah Cavell, who recently had
her first one-woman art show at
Vliami-Dade Junior College North
Campus, has won the best in slum
grand prize in the college's annual
Student Art show showing in the
Library Gallery through April 27
.Miss Cavell was in the (ifth
annual .Miami Art Center show,
and was chosen to demonstrate her
special paper and leather-like Held
painting techniques at the seventh
annual Highland Oaks Cultural
Arts Day. and won two first pri/ -
with her films at the second annual
Young Filmmakers Conference in
March.
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Friday. April 13. 1973
Final plans for the April 28 Lehrman Day School Scholar-
ship Ball are discussed by these leaders of Temple Emanu-
El. From left are Judge Herbert S. Shapiro, president; Mrs.
Shapiro; Mrs. Carol Greenberg, president of the PTA; and
Mr. Greenberg, cochairman of the S125-a-couple black-tie
dinneT and dance to be held in the Friedland Ballroom.
Murry Koretzky is general chairman cf the fifth annual
Scholarship Ball.
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SAIL ARBER
Saul, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Mario '
Arber, will become a liar Mitzvah i
at Temple Menorah, Saturday.
morning. April 14.
Saul i an eighth grade student!
at N'autilus Junior High Senool. !
A Kiddush will follow n
in the Crimson Room of T m|
Menorah and the celebrant will
be honored with a reception and i
dinner Saturday evening at the
Eden Roe Hotel.
ROBERT KLINE
Robert Lorin, on of Mr. and
Vlrs. Arthur Kline, will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday, April 14
at Temple Beth Sholoni
Robert is a student of the Con-
' Hrmation Class oi 5735.
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Herbert L. W*iner, CLU, who
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pany. New York, during Feb-
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Miami agency managed by
Richard H. Gregory, CLU, lo-
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-v ?
The Miami Art Center Helpers J
M\C!I 11 is sponsoring the
first Miami Graphics Biennial
from April 20 to May 13. The
international competition has
i attracted artists from around
the world and 35 States. Serving
as cochairmen are Sebastian
Trovato and Vicki Zeder. with
Grover Cole, director. Miami Art
Center, as advisor.
r'r VV tV
Tlie Cultural Committee of the
City of North Miami Beach will
pri sent tne North Miami Beach
Symphony, conducted by Dr.
Frederick Fennel], in a spring
"pops' concert. Sunday, at 8 p.m.
in the City Hall Auditorium,
170 a .YE 18th Ave. The concert.
whii ee to the public, is
produce I >yc< Farber.
The Polish Legion of Amer-
ican Veterans, and the I adies
Auxiiiar> v ill hold an ex< cut v<
met'.' ui Bi Bch. April
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General Ms, Fremon served as
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*JenistrktidFfon
*- Sholem Lodge Installing
Sidney Wellman President
Page 7-F
Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith,
i lectfld Sidney Wellman president
for the coming year at its meeting
Members and prosnectivi members
are urged to attend.
Mr. Wellman becami .. m imber
ol B'nai Brith in \\
D.C., some 24 years nd has
been a member of Sholem Lodge
six years. A well-known builder and
Contractor in Miami and B iea R.i-
n. he heads the Blair-Wellman
Construction Corp.
Mr. Wellman and hi- wife, Da-
nielle, arc th? parent.- of two
children Gabrielle and Aver-..
The family resides in Southwest
Miami,
ih
S'.DNtY WULMAN
last in inth He rmally
Hi I ;it 6:30 p "i S inday in
C ii illon Hi ti with Jack
ii :i. ,
- !th Floi eld i
insl

- u l
xi rd S Kli in folli m
ing Th adore
in Via Go Round."
Vpril 19 Program
1 Subject To Be
Warsaw Ghetto
The Workmen's Circle, the Jew-
ish Li bor C immittee,
i i th Bund and Ihe J u
nd annoui i |
ing Thursday. April 19 30 p m.
:ii the Workmen's
25 Wash i net on Ave
The program will
'saw Ghetto Li d
-;\ ir ;.' I. .".
ri s of Hii'i. md .-
r v ill be L Win
>f Hitler tei
en J Remsen,
direct Work
i< al program atun
Sarah Fershko.
also were Hitli r's
. Gleiberman, regii nal sec-
retar; ol the Work]
will serve as chairman.
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\ Alicia Einhorn,
Alan Sir kin
Exchange Vows
Alii ia P. Einhorn, daughter of
Mrs. Ssrah Einhorn sr.cl the late
Dr. G Einhorn. exchanged
with Alan Nelson Sirkin on
iSundav, March 25.
R?bbi Irving Lehrman officiated
;a; the no<>-, ceremony held in the
' home of th< bridegroom's parents,
v and Mrs Alexander Edward
Sirkin. Miami Beach.
Mrs. Robin Stuck. thi bride's
ati of honor.
in IDi N '-> mbj 'at be*
Fi her wedding, the bride so-
ite silk hand
I knit i wn with
crochet* I band >. th< neck and
hi n ani at< hing ci ocheted cap.
Sh irrii d a spray of wild ds
; he Mrs Sirkin is a pad-
of Coral l School
and Temple L'niversitj School ol
Dental Hygii She is a past offi-
cer of the Florida Dental Hygien-
Ists' Association and is now serving
her third term as a member of its
executive council.
She is a past president of the
Bast Coast District Dental Hygien-
ists' Society, and serves as chair-
man and coordinator of Miss
Healthy Smile contest from 1968
to the present. She is also active
>n the state and local level, in
the Sierra Club.
A graduate of Miami Boach High
Si hoc'. Mr. Sirkin has a B.S. de-
gree in engineering from the Uni-
versity of Miami, and a M.S. from
the Georgia Institute of Technol-
He is presently a general
ntra< tor ar.d civil engineer, He
ffic< i the Miami Group
., (he Sil ... I lub and is active
' in its i rganization.
On theii return from a honey-
n in : xico City, the newly-
weds will be honored at an April
15 reception in the home of the
bridegroom parents. Their new
home will be in Coconut Grove
JHA Auxiliary
To Meet May 1
Greater Miami Women's Aux-
iliary, Jewish Home for the Aged,
win "hold its regular meeting at
noon Tuesday. May 1. in the ]
Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Lawrence Silverman, Aux-
iliary president, will welcome the
guests.
A special musical program has
been arranged by Mrs. Louis
Makovsky, featuring song stylist,
Marie Balaban, accompanied by
Beit (Ducky) Duckman.
In charge of reservations, which
must be made in advance, are
Henny Jatfee. Anne Taner.baum
and Rose Ro'h.
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Friday. April 13. 1973
Neal Sonnett Narrator
For Passover Festival
Neal Sonnett. prominent attor-
ii ; and former chier of the crim-
inal division of the United States
attorney's office in Miami, will be
the narrator lor the special
Haggadah written for the Passover
1 i'.-nvai of tlie b'nai brith Foun-
dation which will be held Saturday
evening, April 21, al the Fontaine-
LEGAL NONCE
IN THE CIRCUIT CuURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1669
GEOHCE E. SCMUlZ
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IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-1366 >
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bleau Hotel in .Miami beach.
The occasion will celebrate the
'25th anniversary of the State of
Israel, and will feature a musical
program, honoring the Century
and Presidents Club members ol
Bnai B'rith.
Dr. William A. Wexler. former
International president of B'nai
B'rith and chairman of its Inter-
national Council, will be the guest
if honor when the entire B'nai
B'rith family and their friends
mark (he 50 >h anniversary oi the
founding of the B'nai B'rith Youth
Services.
Dr. Wexler, one of the most
prestigious ligures in contempo-
rary Jewish auairs, both nationally
nd internationally, will also be
the guesl ;: a special B'nai B'rith
Shabbat Saturday morning ; t
Temple Ner Tamid.
Murray A. Snavv, chairman for
the occasion, will make special
presentations to certain members
,if the Presidents and Centurj
Clubs for their outstanding
.achievments during tlte course of
the year,
Members of the committee In-
rlude Ben Brown, Fred Chekanow,
Col. Phil Cohen. -Mel Feigeles, Al
mi,den. Sol Kaye, Sol Klein,
George Kotin, Joe Murray, Judge
i*ed Nelson, Howard Neu. E. Al-
bert Pallot, Sidney Ritter, Brnett
Both. Sid Schwarzbach, Murray
>navv, Jack bpeians, Leo Mem-
man, Mr, and .Mrs. Joe Sussinan.
.Ju\u iow and Allan Wiison.
Reservations ior the banquet
and reception may be made at the
B'nai Bntli Foundation office, or
through local B'nai B'rith lodges.
RattiH'r Exhibit
AI Beth Sholom
Through Sunday
In the Beginning .". 12 i
original lithographs, each num- '
bered and signed by the world- |
i ramous 77-year-old artist, Abraham
Rattner, will be on view at the |
Temple Beth Sholom Lowe.Levin- '
ton Art Gallery. 4144 Chase Avc. I
.Miami Beach, after services, Fri-
day through Sunday.
-Mr Banner's series of paintings. I
The Callows of Baghdad." painted
within two months following the
Iraqi execution of 16 persons, are
he subject of a 20minute Amer-
ican Broadcasting Company film.
, Inch will br shown after services
Friday evening.
About the impact of this event.;
Mr. Rattner has staled: "What
exasperated me was not the hang-
ng per se. After all, history lias
known ninny hangings since the
Book of Esther, li was the rejoic-
ing oi the crowds, their fanatic
xultation; ibis ugly, vicious out
bursl ol inhumanity, thai inflamed j
and infuriated me."
Spiegel Selected To Attend
Harvard Summer Institute
Herbert Spiegel of Miami-Dado
Community College North has
been selected to participate in a
Summer Institute on Environmen-
tal Health at Harvard's School of
Public Health this summer. He was
one of 25 chosen out of 3.000
applicants.
The July 2 27 institute in Boston
i- designed to assist faculty mem-
bers teaching environmental
oui se l inancial support is pro-
vided through a gram by the Na-
tional Science Foundation.
Cosmetic Demonstration Set
Tropical cancer League is plan-
ning a Luncheon Meeting at noon
Friday, April 20, in the Deauvllle
Hotel. Following Hie business
there will be a cosmetic demon-
-tration by Mariana May, make-u-
iiitM. Members will act a- models.
Anne White will preside.
For reservation- call
Friedman.
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Films Beginning Friday
"High Plains Drifter" will h, :
- run ut the Miami, 16Srd Str
Twin I li.nl, land P
27Ui Avenue Drive in, P
lywood, Gatewaj i d Davis
ird Ft. Laudi I F daj
! I is I daj
!k Carib, Sunny [les, Tv I I
and Florida ll A double
ature Walt Disney's "Charlie
and the Angel" and "Cinderell
'Hi be offered al ihc Palm
Twin Gables II, Shores.
Sunitnnd U. Florida 1 Hollywood ,
and Planfation Ft. Laurlerdale. j
Holdovers include "Lost Horizon" '
( the Miracle ,
also starring
JANE KEAN
Now thru Sun., April 15
EVA MARIE SAINT
in
SUMMER AND SMOKE
COMING NEXT!
Tues., May 1 thru Sun., May 13
One of this season's biggest Broadway hits
BUTLEY
Call 444-9831
for reservations
For group sales only, call 445-2584.
Prrhiritinnrf >rlipJulr and pncs;
Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday &
Sunday evening at 8:30. and
Saturday Matinee at 2:00:
'in hestrd S7 SO, o 50, 5 SO
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Friday and Saturday evenings
at 8:30:
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HILLEL COMMUNITY
DAY SCHOOL
21288 Biscayne Boulevard
N. Miami Beach, Florida 33160
Hillel Community Day School, 21288 Biscayne
Boulevard, North Miami Beach, Florida, announces
the opening of registration for the coming school
year September 1973 to June 1974, from
nursery through eighth grade.
THE WLLEL PROGRAM FEATURES:
The finest in secular education
Modern Hebrew program
Specious grounds
Special science program
The finest kosher meat hot lunches
New half day nursery for three-year-olds
Bus transportation
Spacious grounds
New audio visual aids
Small classes for more individualized attention
Special remedial program in reading and math
Physical education, music, art and field trip
programs
CALL IMMEDIATELY FOR AN APPOINTMENT
AND INTERVIEW
RABBI DOV BIDNICK, PRINCIPAL AT 931-2831
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meichels
by NORMA BAIIACH
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I Jftr'Ji : c''s,s '"' 'inV! 'ilv' we Sfif Boingto concentrate in
the next couple of weeks on reeipesacslgned to provide lov I
meals for Hie family. I believe you will find-this week's recipe a
delitiou.s .\.>> to prepare u'.hiiuI beef.
SALISBURY STEAK
3 lbs. ground meat 1 4-oz. can mushrooms
1 medium potato, grated (optional)
3 eggs, extra large \ cup bread crumbs
2 tap. hamburger seasoning 2 11-oz. cans tomato-

1 tsp. oni"n powder
2 small oi ions
imibni' torn
Mix I'M !v:'v onions an cighl | lilies Put in 0 n m
into eighi I; hamhur i i pattiei Place in a flat pan. Min
bake 30 v it 351) "I'm -n spread sauce on i ip and b
minutes Serv. with salad ind mashed potatoe
six to ei
Meat continue al their high level, wii ; '' i'">
far bchinu. > result, luna has become more widel: used
ever befor. ai I is a stapli even for supper. Here is another
recipe fron nev ci okbook ol the Batya Chapter of VHzrachi
Women entitled, "All the Recipes Von Wanted to
Borrow bin W< re Afraid to Ask
TUNA AMANDINE
>a cup celery (choppedl
2 large baking potatoes
(peeled)
l'/i tsp. butter (melted)
|)i cup
(shredded)
1 tsp. flour
1 tall can evaporated milk
Slice potatoes; arrange
butter over ill. Bake al 425
1 id oz. can tuna (drained i
2 tsp. I'ri sh lemon juice
cup slivered almonds
itoasted>
overlapped in baking dish. Pour
15 minutes. Toss together one cup
cheese vi'h Hour. Heat evaporated milk Add cheese. Stir until
melted. Add celery. Remove potatoes from oven. Lower tempera
ture to 325 Layer tuna over potatoes. Sprinkle with lemon juice.
Top with -> sauce, then remaining Is-cup cheese and almonds
Return to n. Bake 10 minutes or until heated thorough.
>
AMERICAN FRIENDS OF
THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY
ds-- :a'ed to the growth and development
o Israel's renowned institution of higher
lea" -g and research, the training ground
of Israel's future leaders and world center
of Jewish culture.
We extend our best wishes for A Happy Passover and
pray foi peace in the world.
For the future of Israel, we remind you that a bequest to
the Hebrew University can link your name to many
generations.
MRS. LEON KRONISH HARRY A. LEVY
President Regional President
Greater Miami JACK S. POPICK
Women's Division Honorary President
FLORENCE FELDMAN MR. A. HAROLD MURRAY
Dir. Women's Div. Regional Director
605 Lincoln Road Building Room 319
PHONE: 532-1707
PASSOVER **<
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MEETINGS
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Pan Am Handicap
The S150.C0O Pan American Turf
Handicap, m',l\\ ','...- pic-pel of last
year's first and third finishers re-
turning to the field, will be the
major attraction at Gulfstream
i. l'iuk this wek.
since ii attracts an international
field of topnotch grass horses. Sat
jurday's 12th running of the ran
American at a mile and a half is
for the 'turf title of the Americas."
NCJW Announces $100*000 Donation
"Pull amnest) for war registers"
ndoi sed in a plenary session
of the National Council of Jewish
n meeting al the 30th bien-
nial convention al the Deauville
Hotel, held March 26" to 30.
Leadership of this 100.000 member
social action community service
organization reviewed vital Issue:?
In' i'ie it [M"f tti i thenic"of iV-
BOth anniversary convention, "Fu-
ture In Focus."
tlra1 oi Harrl iburg, Pa..
an NCJW lead( r, in her concern
the culturally deprived chil-
' "M nl Isn ai has m ide a dons
11 ol the NCJW
r for Reseai
>l the Di i vantagi i
of th<
Women's p i am in ; .
Passover Services
Cantor Stan ej Rii h will <
. r si i". .( al 6 p n
day, al the Shelborm Hot<
i i. ,,. | .. |
i Ie B'rith Sholom in Bi
Pa., and Temple I
White Plains, V Y.
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Pridnv A mil 13. 1973 -
Friday, April 13. 1973
i
Hudson To Serve On Board Of 2 Local Banking Firms
Smith. Mortgage Loan Departmen*
and Clifford J. Young, Secure!
Lending.
Frank Smathers, Jr., chairman
of the Ward of the United Nations
Bank of Dadeland. has announced
the election of J. Stephen Hudson
to its board of directors.
Mr.. Hudson, senior vice pres-
ident, "Domestic Banking, of United
B:incshares of Florida. Inc.. is a
graduate of the University of
Florida. He has served as a senior
vice president with United Banc-
shares since 1972.
Mr. iiiiu.-.ii ..-. currently pres-
ident elect Of the Greater Miami
lhamber of Commerce and is a
director of the Florida State
Chamber of Commerce. He is ac-
tivt- in the South Florida Chapter
of The American lint Cross where
Pictured at the recent 3Cth national convention held by the
National Council of Jewish Women in Miami Beach are
ihern left; Mrs. Elaine Bloom, president of the Miami section.
NCJW, Mrs. Mikki Futernick, incoming president, and Julie
jn Eisenhower, one of the convention's main speakers.
Dr. Irving Lehrman
idal en '."u '.', rpin
Zev W. Kogan
JMF President Southern Region
Mayor Jay Dermer
President
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
Executive Board Chairman
THE JEWISH
NATIONAL FUND
Strengthens Israel
Its Officers.
Beard Members
And Council
'?/> I ,1
ic#~7i the entire commitmf
*>/ {-jrenter f-ictssover v^/lo/n/u
y
he is currently a member of the
executive committee and is serv-
ing a second year as volunteer
recruitment chairman.
A former member of the
I Bi-Racial Trl Ethnic Committee
which was apponted by the Fe,d-
eral Courts to advise and assist
the court in social matters, he is
presently a member of Dade
County Manpower Planning Coun-
cil and has been active in Scouting
and cultural affairs of the Greater
Miami community.
Mr. Hudson nas served as pres
Ident of the Southeast Region of
'.he Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
and was the recipient of the 'Out
standing Young Man in America"
iward in 1967 presented by the
faycees. He has served for two
consecutive years as vice chairman
if the Dade Count} United Fund
rampaign, the most successful
.-(immunity fund raising effort for
a major city in the United States
and is a member of the Or
Howl Committee, the Miami club
and the Bath C ub
United National Bank of Mian
has announced the election of Mr
Hudson and Eduardo Benct.
lenior vice president. Internationa
Division, to its board of dire:tors
The following appointments t<
the staff wore also announced b)
Edward C. Haynes. president i
the Unite I National Bank of
, .Miami: Edward C. Duncan, Jr
| senior vice president, Commercia
Loan Division; Walter E. Mc
Ma) on, Jr., \ Ice president and
comptroller; and John S. Jorgen
en, assistant vice president, In
stallmenl Loan.
United Bancshares of Florida
Inc., a registered bank holdini
company with six banks in the
South Florida area, has announce*
several new staff appointn enh
and promotioi
.1 i loepner, s< n ior vici
mee, has a
the ad til i irj
treasurer. Assistant vic< preside nt.
nclude Jesus i< Oonialet, Inter-
William J. Flood was named
include Jesus it. '"''""' I aal8ta, controller and Joseph L.
national revision; John S. Jorgen- j Fcrganis collection manager..Jn-
sen. [ostalmenf Loans; David A. stallrnent j.oan Department
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Mmed C-e*n Salad P-i^ed o> French f.i^-j Pommi Ke*v i imt, Aopie.
or Blutbtrry Pn I. tyer i_ i-e^.r iceC rni CO"t, fn cr Milk
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LOCATED BEHIND TONY'S FISH MARKET
1900 7ftth Street Causeway 864 0309
(is IT TRUE j
Arthritis treatment helps thousands
*r
\n I ran
used and recommended by dxtors
I Scribner has
developed an v.
therapy board that is
bringing relief to thou-
sands, according to their
statements
Mr Scribner mad*- the
first board for his wife who
h.id undergone back
surgery twice and was
scheduled for surgery for
the third time. After she
had slept on the heat hoard
for only seven days, it was
time for Mrs Scribner to
enter the hospital. Her
physician, after examining
her, sent her hack home
with the instruction to con-
tinue what she had been
doing, Mr. Scribner report-
ed.
The Solarama is recom-
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disorders, tension, nerves,
sleeplessnes, burns, post
Operative healing and otker
ailments.
Mr Lowell Spangle of
St I'etcrsburg staled,
"after two weeks, my em-
physema was definitely
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said. "I find it very relax
ng, it helps me sleep."
In Jacksonville. Mrs
Theresa Kohten, an 81-
year old arthritis patient,
reported less pain and ner-
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ing better in only one
month Mrs Kohten said.
"(.believe m Solarama, and
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others have a healthier
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Dianne Ri ho, of Mi-
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I ned a Solarama ho
after falling and level
injuring my km-, :
l- ird prevented swelling
and bruising which my
doctor said definitely
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helped tremendously to re-
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Over 10.000 people are
presently using Solarama
boards
Introducing the produi i
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Laura Guthne u| Miami
win. reports the successful
use of tin- board localls
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ISRAEL ?
WHAT DO YOU
KNOW ABOUT
A forty week quiz, marking the 25th anniversary
celebration of the birth of Israel, has been pre-
pared for Ms aiMtather member papers of tl
American Jewish Press Association by the Depart-
ment of Education and Culture of the American
Section of the World Zionist Organization.
'
QUIZ TWENTY FIVE
1. Thf following quotation is taken from an important
document Idcrtifv it.
"It will rest upon foundations of liberty, justice and
peace ... It will maintain complete equality of social and
political rights for all its citizens. ... It will guarantee free-
dom of religion and conscience, of language, education and
culture."
2. What" is the meaning of the word Diaspora?
3. Where is the following quotation taken from?
"The British government view with favor the establish-
ment in Palestine of a nati.inal home for the Jewish people ."
4. When did
Palestine?
the British Mandate come to an vnd in
5. Nairn she rulers of Egypt and Jordan.
6. Wrnt w.i- the r. .uluton adopted untmimously by the
Security Com,nl N ... Jl!. 1967?
7. What are SAM II and SAM 111?
8. The 1 Hill ol Israel according to (he Bible produced seven
types of agricultural products. Can you name at least four''
9. There are scvcial religious communities in Israel. Name
two non-Chri.-tian. non-Moslem communities.
10. Name the fruit which has become the symbol if the
native-born I-raeli.
Answers to the above questions will be found upside down
below. Eight light answers will indicate a good knowledge of
Israel. Six questions answered correctly is passing, ("heck the
answers to see bow well you scored.
QUIZ TWENTY FIVE ANSWERS
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-jad jaiAOS A*q pauucui pue uoiu.i |.>!<: ., ai|) A*q ;t\'r;i << pajjd
-dns sai:s a|i-siui j e <> punojg MB 111 IVVS l>'"' II IV"\'S L
uoir.J.i am u; sojei> pi; JO .\'iu;..n>i! pn.ioti.i.iai pint
A"juSiaaa.\os jo iumiui.-o.io.i uodn pauoilipuOO gOI.tOlt.ua) p.'u!n.;.io
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MR. and MRS. IRVING NEWMAN
and FAMILY

SHORES INSURANCE AGENCY
580 N.^. 92nd St., Miami Shore. Florida
Telephone 757-1 36
extends best wifhes to ell thoir Friends
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A S500 check from students of the Greater
Micnni Hebrew Academy for the 1S73
CJA-fEF campaign of the dealer M;ami
Jewish Federation is presented at csre-
monies in front of the Miami Baach school.
Shewn, from left, are Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, principal; Dr. Mcrdecai Shashar,
consul of Israel in New York; Mario Egozi,
president of the Hebrew Academy student
body, and Harry (Hap) Levy, chairmen c'
the CJA-IEF campaign.
WALK OUR PLANK AND WIN A
7-DAY CARIBBEAN CRUISE.
Here's how it works.
See your travel agent, and ask for a free boarding pass to our Open
House aboard the T.S.S. Fairwind. ( He's the only one who has them.)
Then, tome down to Pier :',, Port Everglades between 11 : 1 :()0 I'M any Saturday in April and take a two hour tour of the Fairwind.
Give your boarding pass to one of our ship's officers on board, then enjoy
your tour and some refreshments on us. And if the Captain picks out your
boarding pass, you'll win a free 7-day Caribbean cruise for two, aboard
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