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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-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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T (Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 46 Number 16
Miami, Florida Friday, April 20, 19/3
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Dinitz Approves
Israeli Parade
NEW YORK Israel's new
ambassador to the United States,
Simcha Dinitz. vigorously de-
fended his nation against charges
of militarism here. He said the
commando raids on El Fatah
headquarters in Beirut were in-
tended to teach the terrorists
that they are not safe even in
Aiab countries, and said Israel
would welcome increased Amer-
ican interest in the Middle East
now that its military role in
Vietnam has ended.
Ambassador Dinitz, who pre-
sented his credentials to Presi-
dent Nixon, replied to questions
put to him by members of the
Conference of Presidents of Ma-
jor American Jewish Organiza-
tions after addressing that group
at a special meeting. It was his
first appearance before an Amer-
ican-Jewish audience since arriv-
ing in trie United States.
Mr. Dinitz defended his coun-
try's decision to hold a military
parade in Jerusalem on Inde-
pendence Day marking Israel's
25th anniversary He said an
overwhelming majority of the
cabinet voted for the parade.
He denied that the parade was
planned to encourage tourism
and said it would be "unnatural"
to exclude Israel's defense forces
from the 25lh anniversary cele-
brations devoted to marking Is-
rael's achievements in all areas
of endeavor.
Mr. Dinitz added that the pa-
rade would not create an image
of Israel as a militaristic society.
He noted that Israel's army is a
civilian army. 80 per cent of
which is made up of reservists.
Ambassador Dinitz said the
commando raid on Beirut was
aimed against terrorists known
to be preparing new outrages.
He said the results might have
been accomplished by sending
Israeli bombers over the Leb-
anese capital instead of foot sol-
diers, but Israel was determined
not to endanger civilians.
He also told Mr. Nixon that
there was no such thing as a
"summit or peak" in U.S.-Israel
relations, but that relations be-
tween the two countries were on
a "plateau and we must strive
ever higher. Mr. Dinitz said his
meeting with Mr. Nixon was
"friendly." He said his conver-
sation at the White House under-
SIMCIIA DINITZ
scored his belief that "l was not
talking to people who close their
eyes or their minds to Israel's
needs or who are about to change
their basic policies."
Ambassador Dinitz warned,
however, that "no basic issues
had been resolved in terms of
Israel's desire for peace with
its Arab neighbors and that Is-
rael's foremost priority remains
the maintenance of its economic,
military and social strength." He
also emphasized the need for
"mire dialogue" between Amer-
ican Jews and Israel.
Leaders Deny Chile, Bolivia
Refused World War II Visas
SANTIAGO (JTA) Several
Jewish and political leaders this
week characterized as baseless
a statement in Vatican docu-
ments released in Rome that
Chile and Bolivia refused visas
to non-Aryans during World War
II despite the Pope's personal
appeal.
Jacobo Schaulsohn, member of
the Federal Constitutional Tri-
bunal and ne of the most pow-
erful figures in the Chilean gov-
ernment, told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency that the state-
ment from Rome had no foun-
dation in reality. He said that
thousands of Jews were per-
mitted to enter both Chile and
Bolivia.
Mr. Schaulsohn, who is Jew-
ish, noted that there was no gen-
eral refusal to allow non-Aryans
to enter. He noted that during
the war years the President of
Chile was a Free Mason and the
government was a Popular Front
government similar to that which
ruled France prior to the war.
The Pope at that time, he noted,
was not interested in interven-
ing in the affairs of Chile.
Gil Sinay, chairman of the
Representative Committee of
Jewish Organizations, a group
similar to the Presidents Con-
ference in the United States,
also told the JTA that "more
than 10,000 Jew? came to Chile
and Bolivia during the war
years." Maybe not all who
sought to got in, but most did
get in.
He added that whatever visa
problems existed during the war
years was almost universal in
South America. "Even' country
had some restrictions then just
as they do now." Sinay noted.
"I'm at a loss to understand why
Chile and Bolivia were singled
out."
A high and well-placed source
in the Jewish community here
stated emphatically that "thou-
sands of Jews got into Chile and
Bolivia. If there were any re-
strictions these applied to all
persons seeking to enter, not just
to Jews."
He said the Archbishop in
Chile at that time was very con-
siderate and sensitive to the
problem. In fact, the source no-
ted, there were quite a few non-
Jews who reported themselves
to be baptized Jews in order to
facilitate entry.
U.jN. Deadlocked
On Beirut Raid
By SPECIAL REPORT
UNITED NATIONSSecurity
Council members Thursday con-
tinued closed door sessions in an
apparently unsuccessful effort
to draft a resolution on Leba-
non's complaint against Israel's
daring commando raid into
Beirut and its suburbs last week.
Lebanon itself pressed for a
"softer" version of a draft
amendment sponsored by Egypt
and supported bv France, the
Soviet Union, Guinea and India.
The Egyptian resolution would
call for sanctions against mili-
tary assistance to Israel, con-
demn the Jewish nation for the
Beirut retaliatory attack, and
omit all mention of the Arab
terrorist attacks upon American.
Belgian and Israeli diplomats and
Tec fin ion
Advances
Desalination
HAIFA (JTA) A new proc-
ess of sea water desalination ex-
pected to reduce the cost of de-
salination by 25-30 per cent was
announced by the Technion this
week. The inventor of the proc-
ess. Prof. Abraham Kogan of
the Tethnion's faculty of aero-
nautical engineering, said "de-
velopment has reached the stage
where it can be applied to an
industrialized-sized desalination
plant."
Prof. Kogan spoke at a press
conference held at the site of a
pilot plant in which the method
was developed and tested for the
past five years. The site is on
the premises of the Haifa power
rtation of the Israel Electric Co.
He said negotiations are cur-
rently being held with a num-
ber of firms in Israel and abroad
concerning the construction of a
large-scale plant.
Technion president Alexander
Goldberg said, "As a result of
this breakthrough we may bok
forward to an era in which sa-
line water will be converted into
potable water at a reasonable
cost."
Jackson Denies Soviet Tax Ended
By Special Report
WASHINGTON Sen. Henry'
M. (Scoop) Jackson Wednesday
night said he "is standing firm"
behind the Jackson Amendment
which would withhold "favored
nation" trading status from the
Soviet Union until it ends its
harassment and restrictions on
Jews.
The Jackson statement fol-
lowed by hours a disclosure by
Senate MSvwitv lead-rt' Hugh
Scott which said the Russian exit
visa tax has been susnended "on
all except for a limited number
of cases involving state security."
Earlier. President Nixon had
told a groun of top-ranking sen-
ators, including Mr. Jackson and
Mr. Scott, that they should not
impose restrictions on futuro
Soviet trade in light of what he
termed considerable progress in
solving the exit fee crisis.
The President's meeting was
supposed to be,off-the-record. but
Sen. Scott, a Republican from
Pennsylvania and a co-sponsor of
the Jackson Amendment, rushed
to announce the "new gesture
of good will on the part of So-
viet leaders."
Sen. Scott called an impromptu
news conference in the Senate
press gallery and called some
late March correspondence to the
White House "official decrees
from Moscow." His press secre-
tary toned the statement down
to include "memorandums pass-
ing between the Soviet and
United States governments."
Other supporters of the Jack-
son Amendment, which has the
overwhelming support of both
the Ser.ite and House of Repre-
sentatives, backed up Sen. Jack-
son's contention that there is no
reason yet to withdraw the legis-
lation.
The exit visa is not the only
restriction on Jewish and other
emigrants from the U.S.S.R. cited
by Jackson and House sponsor
Wilbur Mills for their amend-
ment, but the controversial tax
passed last August clearly is the
stumbling block.
Sen. Scott cauttoned that the
Russian correspondence did not
say "whether the tax law will re-
main on the books, although it
clearly announced its suspen-
sion."
Copilot Says Libyans
Heard Israeli Warning
JERUSALEM The Libyan
co-pilot of his country's pas-
senger jet downed over Sinai in
February confirmed this week
that the airliner "heard and un-
derstood" warnings by Israeli
planes to land.
He said the pilot, killed in the
crash, "decided at the last min-
ute to attempt escape."
ins in Khan
and Nicosia. Cyprus.
United States Vmbassador
John Scali. who earlier had con-
demned both the Arab attacks
and the Israeli reprisal, indi
cated Wednesday night that his
country would exerc'se its third
veto in UN history "if there is
not a more even handed disposal
of this matter."
Great Britain, although hit-
ting >at the Arabs somewhat
more softly than Mr. Sea!:.
joined in the American envoy's
statement that "it is time to
conduct meaningful negotiations
for peace, and not to keep
worrying on what started what.
Terrorism by individuals, groups
and nations is equally wrong.'"
Mr. Scali, the former ABC
television news commentator
named by President Nixon to the
sensitive UN post in one of the
first moves of his second Ad-
ministration, said "I have been
working around the clock for a
resolution we would not have to
veto. But we just haven't suc-
ceeded."
In other developments in the
Middle Ea?t crisis:
A new poll released
Thursday by the Israel Insti-
ConUwwd on Paar ll-A
El Fatah
Suspects
Rounded up
By Special Report
TEL AVIV A general round-
up of suspected terrorists con-
tinued in Israel's occupied ter-
ritories this week in the wake of
the highly successful Israeli
strike into Lebanon last wek.
Some 40 Arabs in the Gaza
Strip were arrested over the
weekend on charges they were
members of the El Fatah Pales-
tinian guerrilla organization.
Several others were appre-
hended inside Israel, with all of
the suspects coming from the
West Bank of Jordan. Press re-
ports that the names of many
of those arrested wire taken
from the Beirut Inme of an El
F tah leader were neither con-
firmed nor denied here.
In the rond round of trials
fh- n"e?rd m"mh"rs of the Sv-
ran-d'reMe/i sab"tie" and spy
rings, ei'ht Israeli Vrabs and a
Dnizc r'iiftain in the occupied
Gelin Heights were convicted in
separate cases.
Although the Druze in Israel
have not only sided with Israel,
but have fought in the armed
forces of the Jewish nation, the
Druze of Syria have not been
notnd for a similar attitude.
One Arab accused in the latest
trials was acquitted, first te be
*et free thus far in the still-
developing d<~ama of a ring which
included a few Jews.
The West Bank Arabs were ac-
cused of setting booby traps at
a supermarket, bank, beach and
a department store during the
past seven months.


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nited N'atu.n. deliberations on the
alcstine question.
When the decisive resolution on
Israel'i independence came before
the United Nations in 1947. Am-
-. r Varon was instrumental
in Hinning over the l-atin Amer-
ican nations, who represented 40
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i i low inj the establishment ot
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Israel's Infoimation Services for
n America in New York. From
I960 to 1% he served in Jeru
. m. where he directed Israi
relations with Latin
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He has b n I' ambast
to Paraguay. Jamaica, and the
Dominican Republic and '-
served a- a member of 1st a
teli -: lion to the t ..
nations for the Temple I
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Feingold President Elect Of
Personnel, Guidance Group
WASHINGTON, DC Dr S.
N'orman Feingold. director ol B'rui
B'rith career and counseling serv-
ices has been named president-
lect of the Am,nun Personnel
and Guidance Association.
Dr. Feingold. who was elected in
it inn wide billot ol the associa-
tion's 30.000 members, has served
- president of the National Voca-
tional Guidance Association, a di
vision of the American Personnel
ii lance Association, and has di-
ll i! ii.h B'rith programs,
which provide individual guidance
ind gi <'i- ling through 20
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of 25 bo iks l< '
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Dr. Bruno Bettelheim. professor |
cf psychology and psychiatry
at the University of Chicago .
will address the installation
luncheon lo be held by the
Jewish Familv and Children':
Service women's committee in
!he> Seville Hotel, Thursday.
p:il 2G. His topic will be, 'Is
it Possible to Raise Mentally
Healthy Crri!drcn Today?"
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Local Leaders Named To Receive
Silver Anniversary Medal May 16
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airman
f hi in for the Jewi h Agency
'or I^ra-.-l and president of the
Miami Jewish Fedi ration,
rfifli d bj Jerusalem that
11 en selected by Golda
nd f inanci Minister Pinhas
Sapir to receive the special anni-
tersarj award.
The medal, which was ai>o be-
stowed on Israel Dond General
Chairman Sam Roihberp during
Mrs. Meir's visit to Miami in
Miami in March, will he presented
at a Silver Anniversary Dinner
May 16 at the Fontaincblcau Hotel.
Miami Beach.
Mr. Parson said: "We are ex-
tremely proud that out of only 25
people in the world to be singled
out by the State of Israel, two are
from the Miami community, and
we are most fortunate to have men
of such international stature in our
midst."
The telegrams from Israel to Dr.
Kronish and Mr. Russell said the
Silver Anniversary Award
nizes their "unparalleled contribu-
tions to the growth and welfare of
the State of Israel, zealous leader-
ship and ceaseless effort for the
development of a secure and eco-
nomically viable nation, and tire-
less labors and an example of de-
votion and love of Israel unique
in the annals of Jewry."
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Dr. Kroni' was ihe first chaii
man of the national Israel Com-
mittee of the Central Conference
of American Rabbis and is cur
rentb co-chairman of the Joint
Commission on Israel of the CCAR
and the I'niun of American
Hebrew Congregations. He holds
high posts in numerous other local,
national, and international organi-
zations, both Jewish and civic.
Mr. Russell, a leading indus-
trialist and spokesman for the
American aluminum industry, be-
came president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation in 1971.
Under his guidance, the Federa-
tion has achieved phenomenal
growth in the Miami community
and has raised unparalleled funds
for Israel.
Mr. Rssell, one of a small group
of Americans serving on the board
,.. jof governors of the Jewish Agency
! for Israel, is also on the board of
governors of Tel Aviv University
and the Florida board of governors
of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews.
Mr. Russell is a director of the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Fund:, a director of the
American Jewish Joint Distribu-
tion Committee. Inc., and a mem-
ber of the executive committee
of the National Ur ted Jewish
Appeal. He is also a vice president
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The message from Mrs. Meir
and Mr. Sapir noted that the se-
lection of the two Miamians was
based on their work for Israel on | and director of Temple Israel, a
an international level through the'trustee of Mt. Sinai Hospital, and
high positions they hold in the I a member of the Miami Commit
Israel Bond Organization and the tee for Foreign Relations and the
lewish Agencj for Israel." Council of Advisors of the Uni-
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Friday Acnl 20 1973
Nunbei 16
.'- K1SAN 5"*33
Wait Till The Verdict Is In
pad as am impiicatioa :: gush strikes at the very hecrt c:
:-r A.-er.:cr. system of ;us-.:e b : recent editorial the
-. Herald placed tbe trope: wmphrttis on the sense-
ccaaJ Market CosQectioa rase:
.-.- iiinlii tumil .s MM a r..-.al judgmenl but a ie7-.ee
ire cr _-.::..-a person :c Hid ".".-.t\ the law fellows its
aexoeable coana these inchv-. duels must en;oy die ?re-
wptinsi of hmnreiM'e wi-_ch -s die Aricau way of
jueliea We saenciy urge that -o one prejudge Ibe zzse
:;: :he take cr tbe iudlvjduais c: prejudice -".- cass a*.
tne cer.i or the public interest."
The puhhc .nterest iroald bare been better served
bad the Her-.- tclic-*-ec Ihij philosophy in ediiorializing
s: rh-e reeerai government s accuschoris not indictments.
fad you- agcunst Mount Sine: Hospital. Not only were
tnese one-sided charges cited m e editorial but other
ntuseiittl critical of our present system ot medical and
nosprtai care wcver. in in such c manner as to lead the un-
wary to believe thct Mount Sine: was responsible for this,
toe.
k is not our intent here to deter.d Mount Sinei against
the cnerges which after some delay were answered in a
manner which lecves the issue very much in doubt. We
express our agreement with those whe believe justice is
cest served by not pre-;udcing c controversy until ali -he
:rc*= zr.c the verdict are in.
Heroic Fighters Remembered
ir-.- A
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j a ------- 4------------- -- ^,. >^a,
-cc:r_st Ibe Ncris. Tr.e legacy they left marked by
?eeeetb Ccmmandment thev nested cr. the walls
:ar girinirvg z: the uprising a the Jev.-s .;. Ibe Warwrw ghetto
the
k-alls o:
die c.-.ettc. was Thou shait not deeper." The mernor. ::
T.ose beroic Ughlen will be observed at Yrskor ser.-.ces
inarking tne DoacrusiOD of the Passover holtday. the first
r_ght cf wbkb :r. 1943 was the date cf me uprising.
It is one z: tr.e tragic homes of history Ibad the Com-
nttniBl Pofasb government today :s del ibe rat:<=':: misrepre-
r.g the events of that era It := cr.r.;.r.j -r= = :jrr to
-cr zr. die fewisb rfieiorica] frrrH^t in Polandone c:
t.-.e lew remnants erf Jewish memor/ rent:::r.h: in that na>
-.on :c present tne revc.- in T.e Warsaw ghetto as merely
an episode z: Poaeb resistance tc the German o-rrjoencn
rather than the heroic act of the Jews :: was in reality. The
'=eson :s obvious, The upr.s_-.g .n dkS Warsaw ghetto was
the rrrst ka Europe against the Nads and i: was net an&l
c year leter that similcr action took place in France, Poland.
Eulgexia and Yugoskrv-.c. Tnus. tc give credit to the Jews
rankles the present-day cni-Semitic rulers of Poicr.d and
ofboi Communist nations bent en erasing their own debased
roles in the destruction of sj m:l!ion Jews ir. Eastern Eu'ooe.
Tne rewriting cf history is not new fee Communist
countries but the:r efforts wih not change the events ct the
pes* nor eliminate the memory :J the Warsaw ghetto ::z~
Jewish though;.
Choice Surprising, But Popular
BSicenl ::::;-,=i Eke ; :..:v
ief :: r_te -;>
.; oomni :~er- 10 ::er.;- Isroei respect fc
rep Warship is r: 1 h
Prol Katcbcdski wc; c surprise zr.:::: by be ruling
Labor Party, particularly ;-lr.:e be had never be* -
vclved in politics, bul H .s bound tc he :
all accounts. While the post is in erect meaeun ^. :e-
emonial. the presidency carries with i: arpa! nrtionai Lies
dee and Prcf. Katchaiskr's international eaiohience as a
Weizmann Institute biophysjeist is certain ra b
tor tbe Jewish stale.
plus
WAOTINGTON, DC. .-
- a voyage
tvrert j
\vaze. always en!ight-
enini but ahrayi cruelly and
btemng. Those who
I hotter know,
end of the voyage
- .; be unpleasant althouzh
it rill tell volumes about the
American future
Hence the -tart of the voy-
age expleis.
is af tbe former Israeli
issad t -: was also one
ie twe .:ct minds behind

a not merely
rood

tbe BMSt tothinkinj yet

c:t> has known ia many
>ear?
so IT was i matter if ie
are writtes js the lest .n Wash-
.-.;:-. rbert he came tt srj
" 3 have
meal in America. In the talk at
supper, the voyage ;n que--
really began with a fairly idle
question
-Sow tfnr it's
NU do you tuke hi*ne
*.th you from your emb
- re
Iuhak answered that be had
had a wonderful time here and.
was going home much encour-
. .- When te ca ash-
id touad "."
preoccjpied with Vk
nam and dealin? with all the
rmre important matters in the
world by a me'hod of fumble,
muddle and last minute :mrr
N *. he added, your
pi licj has a clear, well thought
out d.re^tion. and is bold i^''
adrc.t. ti-o. All that is very go.j-1
WHY THEN, he was u-ke-i.
dd he so careful!) say, in one
aa>
Your U problem, he an-
-
. mem you think (
Mil
- was
'.tie came b i
take
the United
with other nations
Israel and the
: ates will never do that.*'
BIT WHY the oil
then"" was the next question
"Because of :ts direct effects
on you.' he answered, 'and be-
cause those direc: effects will
am into indirect effee- on I-
m manv other nations."
..o w:th Israel and the o!h r
j< asked. "Oh." ht
i : bit grimly, "Israel i<
icj l-nel has the will and
- t. Jef< n<; IjiraeL Besides
bins and en* or two mre
ari not many nations
frien^i;. to America that you can
SB) =o much abo:- today.
-BIT NEITHER Israel, nor
China, nor any of the other na-
tions now in the circle of Amer-
by JOSEPH ALSOP
-
ica's friends can possibly a'
successful self-defense in a ni *
kind of world in which Amen~a
has eeesed to be a great powei
Ceased to be a great poi
Mj God. I thought you a <
talking about the oil problem
was the fa'riy horrified commer.-
IT WAS .1 natural comr
too for how do most of us. is
think about the oil prob-
lem? in terms of greater co**-
of possible fuel shortages, of on.
current difficulties with the bal-
ance of payments, and also <;
\rab political blackmail
which the departing m'
dor had dismissed That. -
honest summary of the
way we now think about the r.\
problem.
Perhaps sensing all this, ttabak
went on. much more sternly a- d
more earnestly.
You do net think enough
about the oil problem. I have
been looking into it for mor.tr-
It is much worse than you sup
pose 10 times worse Your
jugular. Western Europe's jugu-
Japan's jugular, all run
through the Persian Gulf now.
days Yet you have no mean-
to defend your jugular.
"THIS l< by >our count.;,
ir.u.-t cease to ty a great power
unless you inn find means "c
- .. this terrible problem which
everyone has overlooked for to-;
long No nation can remain a
(Ceatinaed oa Page 12 A>
COMMENT
by EDWARD COHEN
i
There are man} .1
and valuable Haggadebs
ancient and mod n
which I have been looking
mooa o: ..-. .'j
son r.o'v u:. D ;- TV.
Irene -.-..'. Musi un i
ica -t T ,
- dm rr --..- -
-.::.-. t
B_" new 'id the K
.olete
--.'. for cui young peo-
ple sad in recent >c_
have added their oat. interprete-
ns to the many that we treas-
ure.
iN A SENSE, they reveal the
depth ot Jewish bebei
our youth h^i-d despite the \ tces
, of c:->m whicn we hear *o r'tn
about the future of Judaism.
The Festival of Freedom,'' as
they would call it, makes posi-
tive ant to vur
through its mestagc of
rebirth of kite hope and re-
'" for I .-and.
Take tk in-
al Hag-
-
4 Mi-
ami
" find
in-
let
- -
-
'
' f his J-1
n-"Ss and is seeking a new .
and actions to
ccmmitm;nt. the s
Jew -ho betrays our people,
heritage and stmgcle: the s-j
perficial Jew who has no con
fbet over his Jewishness. bat
I-.- aiuchment goes no furtr.-r
than asional l*JA c
and the
1 re.ncte from Jewi>h
he would nut
.
ir.ted to."
IN TELLING the traditional
of ie : pes of sons
iern id om, the H
adds mi aning and \
lent thout violating the
ice of the traditional tale
wc h.r.:> beard for so long An-
d example of up-dating
tes from the Haasadah shared
bj students at D.ike University
jnd No tb Car.:lina. written by
of our lo?al students:
"1 am happy to belong to the
t peo-lis of th;' world,
whose precepts represent the
loftiest and m-)>t beautiful of
m rality and laws." they
bav( written before this most
:u and timely quota! on
from -he late Martin Luther
King
"No person of goodwill ran
stand b) as a silent auditor
issibilit) of
the : itual and
' a on II '.ii--
!
ll '.'
is a t n ol
ived

i
oi existence an I
th
INDIYiDl A! JCws in
^ -' !'":- njjjj v,. ,[, ,
nwnn. physical;.
-efure. but the abwnea ol
newiatuiiiy t- M
-r -- in the enjov-ment of .lew
ish culture and religious expert-
in i a severe limita-
tion on the individual Negro*-
wel understand and syrr,-
te with this problem tt
. ..- a people, and when you ari
given no choice but to acce I
be majority culture, you aie
denied an aspect of your own
ident '
The Jewish Liberation Hag-
gadah provides. 1 believe an even
more satisfactory amalvamation
oi tbe old and new: "The eter-
nal theme of liberation appears
to each age in a new light It is a
great word that has been handt-o"
down to u<: each generation
mu.-t f as though itself bad
been 1>. jUght forth out of E
Again t ib." s Western materialism and affl.i-
ence we apneal to our Judeisrii
th..t is a will toward action
"AT THE origin of our hL'
tOfJ we have placvd a deed of
liberation, even as at the cngin
of human hi itorj we have pla '
Ihc free decision and choice be-
go d and e\ il .'.:'
i-"i h ih- w v. toward eel
ai ion "
one ho h is -wnt a Se
i kihbuta in Israel un-
oer Undi Ihe need to brin
' .....i's tl (see l i
tin i -is hoi day Far too manj
ol ns :er. ratio-, have I
- '' i i| the food
US I b ten- .1 to the youth B<
> n i > >ue and read the v.
others b.i.e wutten on many eel
' "' cajnt D < s. 1 have a feeling
1*18,1 today's young Jews hav
found tb-- way to i-emembraiKe
t'ut wi'l also (tend the test of
time. Thev voice the eternil
tbi-nie of Paseevef in a manner
that does us all proud.
J.


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Hebrew U. Deputy Director
Will Meet With Floridians
Dr. Yehuda Bauer, deputy di- Division, headed by Mrs. Leon
ivctor of the Institute of Contem- Kronish, and would speak at vari-
rary Jewr) of the Hebrew Uni- ous synagogues and organizations
during his week-long visit here.
Dr. Bauer is the author of the re-
cent book. "Flight and Rescue:
Brichah," the story of the mass
movement of 300,000 Jewish sur-
vivors of the holocaust from East-
ern Europe to Palestine.
Born in Prague in 1926, Dr
Bauir earned his B.A. degree with
honors at Cardiff University in 1951
and his Ph.D. at the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem in 1960. He
ioined the Hebrew University fac-
ilty in 1961, became a senior lec-
turer in 1969 and worki clsscly
with Dr. Moshe Davis, founder and
iiead of the Institute of Contem-
porary Jewry.
Mr. Levy also welcomed home
several Floridians who participated
in the meeting of the Hebrew Uni-
versity international board of gov-
ernors last week in Jerusalem.
Tho e attending included Jack
S. Popiek. national vice president
of the American Friends and an
international board member; Mr,
and Mrs. Leon J. Ell. who dedi-
cated their chair in ecology and
environmental studies: David
Brown, donor of the Fay Brown
Cafeteria, and Oida Rubin, past York City, at which the recent trio-
president of the Greater Miami >* "' -r to Sen Hubert H. Hum-
Chapter of the American Friends phrey hosted by the local chant
Mr. Popiek also took part in a m.a t.ia:red bj Louis Wolfson El
national board meeting of the was praised by national lead
American Friends held in New the organization.
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S as pan if a nationwide torn
: American Jewish communities.
ici men! of Dr. B iu -r's j
v.. here was ma le by Harr; S
i Levy, i resident oi th i
I tter Miami Chapter of the
ican IV; ...-.- ii the Hebrew
, i; Mr, Levj said Dr.
i. dd a meeting oi
i Hebrew University Women's
Show Repeated By Ch. 2
\ H stival >'. di n." whici.
, \ov ii Sund i; on Ch. 2, v a
that stal
at 7 p.m Produced by
Wolf, I im attempts
re the .i ol Ih Pa -
day and me 5 for
One :- h hi 5' ,;
.....i let 'n Rabbi Ht-
.1 Baum Te..iple Beth
up ol young peopli
feelii of modern-day
rj .\>\ trio
f ., : Jud n our changing
\ rid
What do doctors
fc
recommend
*:
There are many medications a
,,,.., anordentisl can prescribe
for pain. But there's one pain re-
lieverphysicians .nd lentistedis-
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[:..,U year, doctor give out over
60 000.000 Anacin tablets tor
everything from toothache and
headache pain.to.the minoipains
of arthritis. And millions take
Anacin without stomach upt.
When you're in pain, take the
la .let a doctor might (I've you in
feu own office. Take Anacm.
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.; Col. M .odge drive for new members of
the Centiu righl Harry Fox, Den JarrH
i rcgram chairman. The B
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ihalf of the ces
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The State of Israel Atzmaut (Independence
Award was presented to Cantor Abraham
Seif center) by Rabbi David Lehrfield (sec-
ond from light1 at the April 9 Kneseih Is-
rael Dinner of State in Miami Bench. The
.Tward, which is one of the highest honors
lestowed by the Israel Bond Organization,
recognized Canter Seif's distinguished ca-
reer at the congregation, where he has
served for the past 23 years. Taking part
in the presentation were Dave Eisenstein,
president of Kneseth Israel, and Oscar B.
Schapiro, dinner chairman (left). Abe Eisen
stein, host chairman is at right. The dinner
raised SI20.000 for Israel through the sale
of Israel Bonds.
CALLED TO HER ETERNAL REST
NISAN 19, 5728 April 17, 1968
f/i<- (.''! uf Cud dm a '" ""' >">-<> I'<
ice do thm lic.i i bi mm more
so manv that we have loved art peopling it.''
- Her Children
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How would you like to tell a blind
90-year-old survivor of Dachau that
you're sorry, but there's no room for
him at the Jewish Home for the Aged.
Or tell a young Jewish mother that
you're sorry, but there's just no money
available to help her retarded son with
the special training he so desperately
needs. _
How would you like to tell a Russian
Jew to give up his dreams of finding
freedom for his family in Israel because,
well you're sorry, but you just can t
afford to give something right now.
Can he possibly wait another year or
two until you don't have all the expenses
of the kids tennis lessons and paying
for the new car?
We don't want the dreams of Jews
in need to turn into nightmares.
We don't believe you do either.
Make your year's commitment for
Jewish survival. For 50 life-serving and
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*JenisJh fhrtdtOkfl
Friday. April 20. 1973
Temple Judea Honoring
Judge Sam Silver May 12
A festive dinner-dance eelebrat Greater Miami congregation* in the
jng Israel's 25th anniversary and Israel Bond effort," Mr. Freed
honoring Judge Sam Silver i* noted,
planned by
Temple Judea
May VI in the
social
The remple
Judea Israel
S ate,

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Greatear
Israi I Bond
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feai :;
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lis Excellency A' .. of State on Saturday,
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+Jenisl> Meridian
Friday, April
1T3
Students Will Stage Sit-In'
< V4


In Tribute To 6 Million Dead iiutory Repeats Itself
Students of the I ouis Merwiizer|
Mesivta High School for Boya and
the 01g ami Margaret Weishaus
High School for Girls will hold aj
sit-in April 29. expected to con
tinue unt 1 2 a.m., ai a highlight
of South Florida's observance of
Vo:n Hu:!ioa.
The sit-in is scheduled to take
plate at the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy auditorium a-, a reminder
ot the lass ol ii* million '- in
the holocaust and of the SOth an-
niversary f the uprising by the
Warsaw ghetto during World War
II.
Announcement of the observance
made by K:ibbi Alexander
Cross, principal of the Hebrew
Academy and it- two affiliated high
schools, and by Zvi Berger, execu-
tive director of the Central Agency
for Jewish Education.
Mr. Berger and Dr. Abraham
Gittelson, assistant director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
agency, are serving as consultants
for the sit-in. which will feature
re;'d:ncs of imtrv and drama re-
calling the holocaust.
Ora Gittelson, an 11th grade stu-
dent at the Weishaus School, and
Martin Werner, and 11th made
tuder.t at the Mesivta, are cochair-
men of the Yom Hashoa sit-in.
Al?x Grobman, a student at th"
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
who is completing his studies for
i (i :ctorate in Contemporary Jew-
ish Studies with a major in the
stud) of the holocaust, will offer
commentary on a motion picture
to be shown April 29, depicting
lifi in the i ncentration camps ol
the Hitler era
Dr. Donald Kass, medical con-
sultant for the Hebreu. Academy
will speak on the "Perversion of
Science during Concentration
Days" In the first of hourly ses-
sions
He will be followed bj Ral bi Ab-
raham Groner, Rosh Yc.hha at
the Mesivta. who will speak on
Halachic problems that arose for
concentration camp inmates
A parents" panel will include
parents of Mesivta and Weishaus
students who themselves are sur-
vivors of concentration camps, re-
calling their own experiences.
Dr, Gittelson will speak on "Im-
plications of the Holocaust," with
By RABBI MAURICE KLEIN
The Talmud in Sotah 36 relates
an interesting and colorful episode
- relation to the freedom story
Of the
Jewish
people: When
the children of
Israel stood be-
ore the Red
iea tin- tribes
grel thi' promise he had ma
I he Jewish people. The Bibl.
an that Pharaoh nit with a mighty army to :
the people to return.
- to
re-
ur-
ua-
ZVI BERGER
Rabbi dross moderating several of
the sessions.
I rXctbbinicaf e vision
r r*l
"We are in danger of forgetting
the lesson of the six million be-
cause if the affluence of America,'*
Rabbi Grow said in announcing the
Cjrantl | sit.jn. -What Hitler did through
I
.ho would be
he lirst to step
nto the sea.
!' inal 1 y. the
youngest of the
Rabbi Klein tribes, the tribe
of Benjamin took
the initiative to leap into the sea "
Many misfortunes beset Egypt
before Pharaoh granted them the
right to leave, to build themselves
-i homeland a series of epidemics
broke oul in one brief period. The
economic structure of the land was
I in total collapse. Yel none of these
1 renditions moved 1'haraoh to set
he Jews free.
Not until all the first horn son*
of Egypt began to die did Pharaoh
Uimmon Moses and Aaron and
issued his declaration, "Rise up
and depart lrom the midst of my
people."
The Jewish people took Pharaoh
: -in ; what a perilous
'ion the) were In, the childr* of
Israel became distrau ht and c led
in to God. Bul God said to M ises
\\ h) do s 'u cry unto me? Tell
luarreled. They I the people to routine with icir
quarreled as to onward march."
II a people would be fr< it
must let nothing stand in its ay.
I) a sea is in your way, leap nto
it and divide it.
April 22 th 4. 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
i Repeated on Oh. 2 at 6:30 p.m.)
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: -Easter in the World Today"
Guests: Sister Kathleen Cannon. Mr Red Camp
April 22 Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Most: Rabbi Morion Malavsky
April 22 Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Leon Kroni-h
Topic: "Women's Role in Jewish Life"
Guests: Mrs. Irving Wechsler, Mrs Leonard
Friedland and Mrs. Morton Weinberger
mass murder, eliminating one-third* '' his word and with the eagerness
o! a people that had waited for
of the Jewish people could happen
again through indifference, apa-
thy, intermarriage and assimila-
| tion."'
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I Fcrband Zimrah Meets
I
centuries, gathered up all theii
possessions, burned their bridges
behind them and hastily departed
for their promi led land.
Unmindful of the barren wilder
ni SS that Stood between them and I
the object of their desire, they
marched until they reached the'
Red Sea
The Farband Zimrah, under the
I direction of Dr. Shmuel Fcrshko,
| will rehearse on Monday at its' ... ,,
, i liv this time conditions bad been
| headquarters in preparation fo>' in.p.ovcd in K^vpt. The economic
| he Israel 25 celebration to be held and political situation had become
'm ii i i i i im. i MBy 7 in the Convention Hall, stable, ;i:i Ii i- interesting to nob' that the
Talmud bad words of praise b the
Jewish youth of those limes vho,
ignoring the great peril of the
pursuing army on one side and the
raging sea on the other wen the
first to leap into the sea Here
again the Talmud relates in
i Sotah Hi. "When God reveled
himself at the Red Sea the > jng
lube of Benjamin was the fir-: to
recognize him."
The desperate situation of -ile
affects the youth with a I ore
activist characteristic than the
older generation. The elders, is
iiue, the established class, are
more politic in their behavior >ut
they are driven by imperatives of
lationai necessity of securing the
.'uture. They are in no hurry. icy
have ample time for debates for
Ii cussions, for quarrels, for on
( --ion> io please this class ind
'hat party.
The youth, however, feel ti is
losing m on them, they gee heir
present situation as futile an re-
fuse to wait God bless our res .ess
vouth who dare to risk .
Remarkable, how history repeats
mi Aim
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
---------
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave
American Traditional Judaism. Rah.
bi J. Marshall Taxay. Cantor So1
Pakowitz. 2
BETH AM (Temple'. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert Baumgard 3
BETH DAVID. P625 SW 3rd Ave
Conservative. rtanbl Irving A. Wein-
gart. Cantor William W. Lioson. 4
'! bin) ,: i'. i" Hi i i" n i. Kvhi r i 'hanel
(No late services i Baturria) .' .. m
.-. in tuar.' Har Mitzvan: Michael
Mm of Mr. mid Mrs, Richard
> ii b Sunday 10:30 a in Herbert K.
richer Chapel. Hal Mitxvuh : I.. -Ii- Lou,
daughter of Mr. and Urn Herbert
Krt-iihky. PASSOVBtt SEltVirES 6
p.m. Monday f m Vlakor Memorial
service iii the main sanctitar) : n.m.
in do Herbert E3. Bcher Chap-
el, Tuesday I a.m, Tlakor services In
main sanctuary
OR OLOM < I ample' 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot
WinograJ. Cantor Vehouda Biny*-
min. 11
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky. 22
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BETH YOSEPH -hAIM CONGREGA.
TION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
:CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Ortnodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozen-wa-g. 23
Thursda) through Hundn) t"h*l Hamed.
Mmida) 7 a m. seventh da) "i Pass-
nver 'i*ii' la) i":."." a.m, i lrki r-
:
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14 ,
Monday 9 a.m Seventh da) of Pas
n\ r Tuenl I U .. in Vlakor .- rvil CO
al in'," n in ,
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ZION (Temple). 8000 Miller Rd Con.
servative. Rahbi Normar Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Helfman 16
i'i Ida) ii Jn |i m iradlllnnal sundou
service! i.\',. Iale services i Snturda)
in "Hi rlrah -I the tvi ek "
Su i ) ....... Traditional l'.i-"\, r
' rvlt-i Mm dit) K a in Pavw \ ei
mon; "The 1'ronnlna;." Tuewla) l> a.m
i'ltkor mi ii "We Remember "
HIAUAH
TITERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than ZolondeK 15 I
Prlda) ns p.m, Saturday I m, Sun- '
day 7 p m Monday 9:10 a.m Bermon
for tin Hevetith day "f Paaaovvr: "The
1 iim 11 Door." S.r\ ins 7 p.m. Tueada)
'''" .1111 Paaaover sermon topic: I
["Remember the lixodua." 11 a.m Yiz-'
kor .\t mi-rial aervlcaa.
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON.
GREGATION. 715 Washington A\-.,
Rabbi Dow Roiencwaig. Cantor Jo-
seph Moore. 23
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EMANU-EL (Temple). 170' Washing,
ton Ave. Conservative. R..bbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
HEBREW ACADFMV. 24,m pine Tree
Or Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave Ortho- ',
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman. B
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BETH KODESH, 1101 SW 12th Ave. UOiHH MIAMI
"TSZZftfrZSS!M" 8h".iBENTEH r2?.stHI,corNReEGtT,ONR2^
NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbium. 35
Monday : am Sermon: "Don't Panic."
Tuenday a.m Yixkor Hervii-eii nl 11
a.mSen......: "Walking Down |em-
piro. Cantor Leon Sega
Intermedtaie Babhatb nf Paaaovei
Uahered in on Friday : 1 n in 1 a.-i
dayH <>l Paaaover Monday and Tuewla)
hi S:4S a in Ital'lti Shapiro's Vlxknr
sermon on Tuendaw al 10 a.m, will !"
"Our Beloved Uve."
BETH TOV (lemple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles
Rubtl. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. 8
Choi Hamed win l- celebrated from
Thurcday ihn.uKli Bunda) servtoes al
' i'm Tu-Kilav am Tltkor ser-
mon and |ii.iyi-
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Mi
ami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabhl
Joseph R. Narot. 10
Krlda) ft p.m. Sermon: "The Oonnlte>
In our Uws on Sunday, Dr. Karol
iii be honored by the ronsrrecatlon on
hii MUi Mrtli.lav Bervlrea fiw the
seventh day >( Paaaowar, Inrludlna
riakor pray-era will be held Monday
hi II am.
, ory Lane "
MI4MI eiACN
IAGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M F*r
Mondaj 7:43 a m fi:30 p m Choi Ham-
ed servloes, Seventh dn.v Paomver
. jrmi.11: "I-'.-mIvhI ..f our Liberation
1 -'' '" "" in riakor s. m-
Sermon: Pasaiit r to a |.-r.... 1.,,,
I .Valioii."
I'lnsd
BETH ISRAEL. 7,0 40th St. Orthodox '
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 13 '
BJUt? J*COB. 50? Washington A v..
>-thodox. Rabbi Shmarynhu T Svnr.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches 19 '
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef.
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi .
David Raab. Cartor Saul Breeh. 20
Sun.lay .1:30 p.m. Monday V.lfi :l I
Bermon: "Freedom Prom Hieii <-"ot.-'
Tu.s'hn t.*M .1 111 Visitor 1":4.". a m ;
ISRAELITE CKNTKR. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Main., haul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
Friday .-,;.ifl p m. Saturday R: a m
<>na day* -of Pasaover: Sundnv S:S0 ------
ifbV?.'7'; ;L\,4r'.,V" .,S'V.rn"'n '"rh* l*^ SHC,-OM (Tempk). 4144 Chase i
th wmtmrSTlmm av.. or.i
CONG. AN-NELL (Branch of Hebrew
Academy). 7th St. and Meridian
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Ben. ,
MUM. 25.A
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Avs
r>rhodo-' Rahhi Tibor H. Ster-
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lenrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif- 27
MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St :
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Ni^o Frldman ?s
i-'ihI.h 3:45 p.m. 1 No late service.)
Sb turd*} 1 ..1 Rai wits
-"" "' Or and .Mrs Abraham Xn-h.i-
iiolm 1
.-- ..
NER TAMID (Tempi*). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi Eugene Labov.tz Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 7*
Salurda) (.', a.m. Sunda) .. I." n m
Monday 8:4S a 111 Bern.......TI
I'l.ansmc Waters of ih. lied Sea."
.\ii.inlay H:4:. p.m. Tueada) 1, a m
Sermon: "The Plntl ami i.a~i .1,
\ izkoi- 10:30 a.m.
--- ----
O'-EV SHALOM. r?55 Bonita Dr. Or
hodox. Rabhi f-neat Weberman
Cantor Leo Radii 3P
SEPHARDn. JCWi: 4 CENTER. 4
Colfins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 3' I

CnMr,RFr.TION ETZ CHAiM 1fi42
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Gron:r. 33
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
way. N'-rth Bay Village. Conaerva '
tive. Cantor Murray Yavneh. 32.A
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARD I
CONGREGATION. 7J7 5th St., Mi- !
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor i
decai ChaimoviU.
north miam; beach
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ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 102!
NE Miami Cardenr Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schllnsky. Can-
tor Truvan Eckhaus. ii
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BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beact.
Blvd. Crnservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacct B. Mendelson 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. I4(.l NW 1H3rd St
Conservative. Tiabbi Victor D.
Zwslllng. Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
Sunda) 6:30 i..m Monday and Tues-
i i i -i da) k .a Vom 'l'.,\ : Sehiiehrll
H p.m. Junior Cona;reKiitioii i" a in
MiiK-ha 6 10 p in
SINAI (Tempi-), el NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsiey. Cantor Irving
Snulkes. 37
i-'n.iav 13 p.m, Baturdas 10:30 a.m
1 tur Miixvah: Stanley, -......f Mr and
Mrs. Itiehard Waldman 1..,-: .lays ,,f
Paewiver, Sunda) '.:: ,>.m Mondn)
i" ., in. Visitor s. 1 v lei -
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. 3*
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Zalman Kossowssy. St
Pridn) 8:23 p.m Saturda) :> a.m, Ser-
mon: "Kirn; Solomon, Banetifled or
E\ .inn: s, n h-e 1. p m Mon-
da) '..,m Sermon: "Krival Yam Suf."
Eveiilna al 6:20 p.m. Tuenday 9 .. m
Si rin.,11 Tal 1 1. H ," K\. nun; Hel \ 1. .
li:S0 p.m.
CORAL GABUS
JUDEA (Temple;. 5500 Granada Elvd
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. 40
Friday 8:13 p.m. "Union" prayer!.....k
\ luni.. 1 choir u ill n.ii tlelpali S-t-
unlaj 11:13 n m Bal Miixvah: Cath)
dauahler of .Mr. ano ..us Julius Hear-
nian Monday 11:15 a m Paasover
Memorial Hervicea, Con*;rea;allonal Bed
r on 'I'u. .-.Ia\ II 30 p.m.
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Avs
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell A
Berger. Cantor P. Hillel Brummer.
. 4*
i-'ii.1.iv 7 a.m. anil i; |i.m Baturday
s -i m and t p m, Bu^das N;. m and
11 in rioalna days ..r Paaaover .Mon-
'll1 ''a in and S p.m. Tuesday ft:4G
a m \ Ixkor IO.JO a.m. Evenlna er-
viees 0 p in
sumiot
MOGAN DAVID CO^ r,R EG ATION
9346 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rsbh
Isaac D. Vine. an
r'rlda> n p m, Baturday : a m and a
1. in Sunday p.m Monday I am ami
11 in rueada; 9 .. m and ; p m
' izk.n- s, 1 vi,. ui-i .. ;i, ,ht.
surfsi.i, i-ommuiiiiv Canter
E.MANUEL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabc. Arthur J.
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
P0MPAN0 BIACH
ton uuottOAii
8oTf, 'S**tL~l*^P**)- 7100 W
2?u*.nd. 5"^ B,vd "b*i Akiv
Brilliant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 4i
MARGATE JEWISH
NW 9th St.
CENTER 610i
SHOLOM .Temple), 13.? SE 11th Av*.
Conservative. Rabbi Morns A. Skop.
Cantor Yaacov Renzer.
HAUAHOAU
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTESJ
.Conservative). 416 NE 8ih Ave.
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz. Canto*
Jacob Danzioer.
Krldn) 7 1. in Saturdii) 45 a n >ei -
mon: 1 ,1,1, Thlna* 1..... I.itu, 0u
' "Ul" Too," .VI......y 15 :, .,..
'"'.'-" "'- ^"'li S:...... Tu I.,,
n in Memorial n> rMo. 1- ,
Wi Shall \..i Porxei "
HOlirrVOOO
8 oTH EL 'remP'e)- 1351 S. 14lh Av*.
Reform. Rjbbi Samuel Jaffa. 49
'"'I-''. ":I3 inn. Sermon: "Four ;,"
'.u.si,.,,,. iye \-i, Baturdaj
Itar Mluvnh Linda, dauirhl.-r .
and Mrs Arnold Henkln Mondni
am Seventh dii) ,,f ,____v, ,
' isaor Memorial Ber\lc
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RABBI MAXELLL BERGER
Spiritual Leader of
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in of what iii a de i sk Ttic
,mh .; nkii n the politics of prom-
- or .-' home and from interventionism abroad, p
ii- ol ..... limits within which nations and leaders mul a<
. id behind il all an unspoken confidence that he knows about
df things" perhaps a kind of romantic and inflated
- IV n
the 'I'll int'Tuew ib
, nnd si cxecutivi immunity, ahoul wai
ahoul the American role In Eurme
nd ahoul dipl mats like
th a tart economj of w srds,
long experience and with un-
,. ., i-ern's defeat that he reaches
nil own thinking it was du<\ he said,
,1c "of the Jacobn or
lief irat man is essentially
'"ins the enyironm-.nl
s althoii! i I ipr nann
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provable but nol perfectabh.
ITIsTU ^rprisING that Lippmann regards hint-
Buckley or Goldxvater kind, he
, ,,,..,,,,ditfon law,
v : histon he started, when very young,
andmus. have been infected with
;ZK"I t ubHcSpriIofthelate
raha' i% wthrust/l aimed al Lippmann's
,'. v lthc. loftily unmoved bj
,,>-. and I. :;- sPecl hc *M
"n; ,. .vitn his sustained antiwar columns, thai
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^be.. horn a mathen
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nn'st.dj mne "'*' uf lrtn.cendic
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Sfutu- -t Re-
nding the ,-a-. crMXVit fit nto the categories of liberal
dcon*n-rtiwMtint>'rMLippIMmi'.deflatioiun
much part ofthe nature of things
,, of constricted lunits.
6ASr SCHJtfJBfft
Optimal Oratory
:.. ;'. I Winners
! -ann' V'ounl a id G >oi e Hays,
i 'c. 11 Cutlei B dg Junior
h Sch ;ol wer the winnei
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Judge Si m
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m 'i and C im ni ssioner
... : K Ij K Coral Gables
i b rr -i lenl Mai m Berg",
presented the ti iphies to the v in
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Gregory Reider, Cathy Evers. Joan
Kipi. Suzanne Dixon and Robin
Hurley.
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Schooling Races
Set al Biscavne
Dogs uith four legs and with
to legs will be the big attrac-
(>n> ror children when Biscayne
Ccnnel c'iu'> hosts a series of open
i five nights of no-betting
reyhound schooling races as the
ading American kennels prepare
or the track's 46th season begin-
ling May 5.
The hot dogs and free soft drinks I
.vill b.- served by the track Wednes-
lay, fcpril 25. The first schooling
race i< 6 p.m. Free hot dogs and
beverages will be served through'
iut the five-night open house
schedule. Other open nouses are
Thursday, April 26; Saturday..
April 28; Tuesday. May 1 and
Wednesday, May 2.
i : ial
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ar iii i(.'turning an%
par! ol ili '
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liver or the Ga
even in exchang for i i
igrccn nt with the Arabs Bui
the Israeli man-in-the-sti.....t
would relinqui.-h a major part
of the Sinai Peninsula, an i
wouldn't discuss returning East
crn Jerusalem.
The 25th Anniversary uf
Israel cruise of the Queen
Elizabeth U continued towards
Israel without incident. In
precedented security precantions
and an escort bj both the Royal
Navy and Royal Air Force satis-
fied the British Zionist leaders
that their country was doing
everything to buure the safety
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forces "on alert" against
"cultural revolution 1' '1 bj ci .
itaii i and Jewish Coi
Idoi io n m East and \\ esi
iNKEDEl)
Yonnq gentleman seekino rom &
board or efficiency on first floor,
air eon., near bus line fo down-
town, N.. Miami. 864-8868 or
864-4414
This is the fourth straight year
of Biscayne open house programs.
The entire family is invited to
the open house schooling races
free of Charge and youngsters will
be entertained by Hollo the
Clown and his magic baloon act.
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Leonard Helfand Lecturing J^^^SLu b.
on Tiu.rs.iav. May 10, Leonard.Center ^^
for 1Cnior CW^jJJJjS Sonal' ^ ruri.y P-blems will be
th- :ith in a series of lectUl one f the public
diK.ssions in coU.bor.tion *J ^.^ ;najlal(, at the
th, ^jT'ZTloL^y South Shore Community Center,
in .he South snon ______
Here's how it works.
See your travel agent, and ask ror a free (warding pass to oui (>|hmi
1 [oose aboard the T. S. S. Fairwind. (He's the only one who ha them. I
Then, come clown to Pier 3, Port Everglades between 11 :00 AM and
I :00 PM 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 r< freshments on us. And if the Captain picks out your
boarding pass, you'll win a free 7-day Caribbean cruise lor two, aboard
the all First-Class Fairwind. And the travel agent who gave you the pass
will also win a 7-day cruise Tor two. -. ...V^
Sitmar oilers 7-day 1^ ..,..-.--.-.-- -'.............. M
cruises year 'round to San Juan, fcr **_. *' '."."" ~^-
St. Thomas, Santo Domingo
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nice way to spend Saturday.
Sitmar Caribbean Cruises-
a nice way to spend your next vacation.
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Friday, April 20. 1973
Dr. Tachmes Heads Cuban
Israel Bond Committee
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Why is a successful Jewish
Cuban doctor, who lives with hi
family in a beautiful waterfront
home on Biscayne Point, planning
to spend much of his free time
Continued From Pafi* i- A
great power that has a wholly
undefended jugular, waiting to
be cut by anyone with a willing
knife.
No nation can be a great
power, either, that has an ever
more worthless currency un-
less ii ta a totalitarian state like
linlers Germany or the Soviel
l nion, which the United States
Will never be.
LOOK INTO the facts that
iln future will force you to face.
Look into what those facts will
do to your dollar. Look into the
new strategic situation those
facts will soon enough create
for you. Then you will see that
I am right."
The evening did not end there,
I, i with affectionate farewells.
Yei the terrible words thus
spoken, by so wise and warm a
friend of our country- could not
be forgotten. So "looking into
tin tacts" was the voyage
discovery to be described
further reports in this space
of
in
Shalom Award Presented To
Top 10 Miami Travel Agents
The coveted Shalom Award"'
has been presented to 10 Miami
area travel agents who became th<
too ten producer.s for Israel via
} Al Israel Airline.- in the
Greater .Miami area.
Among those honored were Ber
Volpe. Volpe Tours: Carlos I.
D'Gabriel, Superior Travel; Sair
Etosenkranz, Bon Voyage Travel:
Jo.. Vendi. Ambassador Travel
William Farr. Farr Tours; Paul
Besser, Star Travel. Simon lias
sine, Around the World Travel'
Lee Weil Travel Time. San
sbefflan. American Express; ane
Russell and Rcnaid Sherfer of Al:
Points Travel.
Mental Health Assn.
Sets Community Day
The Mental Health Association
of Dade County is planning a men
tal health community day for Ma;
9 Parting at 9 a.m. at Temple Is-
rael. Program theme will be "First
lYiority. Mental Health."
On May 10. the group will hold
a workshop for mental health pro
fessionals from 1 to 4 p.m. at down
town Jordan Marsh auditorium.
and the 26th annual meeting of
the association at 6:30 p.m. at th<
Dupont Plaza Hotel. Dr. fierald
Caplan. professor of psychiatry at
Harvard University Medical School,
will head all three programs
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working for Israel through ta
srael Bond campaign and othe
iewish organizations?
"If it hadn't been for the Stati
jf Israel." said Pablo Tachmes
I.D.. the new president of th'
oban Hebrew Israel Bond Com
mitttee, "my family and I would
robabiy not have been able to
eave Cuba and the oppressive
ictatorship of Fidel Castro."
When Castro came to power
md it became obvious that non
Communists would not be tolerated.
)r. Tachmes went immediately to
he Israeli Consulate in Havana to
letermine the best course of action
or his wife. Eugenia, and theii
nfant son. The Consulate and
HAS (The Hebrew Immigrant Aid
iociety) took the Tachmes family
o the British Embassy which, in
turn, put them on a plane bound
"or Jamaica.
They were the only Jews on the
escape flight and. when the\ ar
rived at their destination, with all
heir worldly possessions left be-
lind and never to be regained.
Ik \ had been reduced to the Status
>i penniless immigrants.
The Tachmeses, however, were
.ore fortunate than their non-
rewi I: compatriots and were re
ioved from the Cuban immigrant
roup by WAS
MAS, an old Jewish "travelers'
lid" society, put the Tachmes
amily up a; a luxurious mountain
esort, where they stayed all |
xpcn--.es paid for a month, un-
i! thej obtained 'heir visas foi
he U.S.A. and their new home in!
Miami.
Once in the United States. Dr.
Tachmes paid a small sum to
[IAS each month until the entire
in was r< i aid, thus providing
unds for the relocation of other
h immigrants.
We did not leave Cuba because
,e were Jewi?h, but because n
ere no! Coo,: unist -." Dr. Ta Ii
maintains, "and if ii hadn't
e:i for the Jewish agencies v
could have had a far more dif.'i
ult time reaching the Unite*
States."
After arriving in Miami. Dr
rachmes had to repeat his intern
hip and resi lency and take ''u
tiff medical examinations re
tuired of foreign doctors, even
hough he had successfully coir-
>leted the seven-year medical pro
tram al the University of Havana
Today, he i- a partner of Dr.
itanley Frehling, former chief oi
taff at Mi. Sir.ai Medical Ce itei
nd their comfortable Arthur God
Vey Road office amply testifie
hat, professionally, Dr. Tachmei
ias reached a respected positicr
in his adopted country.
Dr. Tachmes. who serves a:
resident of the Cuban-Hebrew
Congregation of Miami Bead-
which claims 750 of the 1.000
uban-Hebrew families in Greater
Miami as members), says his ex-
jerience as an immigrant and
the help he received from Israel
clarified the role of Israel in thr
lives of all Jews in the world
today.
"My father, who came to Cuba
Torn Russia to escape persecution
was uprooted again when we left
"he regime of Castro. If it weren't
ror Israel, we Jews would b(
lothing and adrift at the mercy
<>l an unfriendly world."
Dr, Tachmes compares the sit
ition to the plight of Russia'.
escaping tyranny to find ;.
new life in Israel, and thai ia why
he is active in Israel Bond., am
other Jewish causes.
Would he return to Cuba it
Castro were overthrown? l)i
Tachmes says no. except to help-
as a medical person in the re
construction of the country.
"My sons Leonard. 14, and
Alex. 7 are Americans, and I
have finally reestablished m>
career. I cannot disrupt my family
again. We will always be Cubans
by heritage, but our home is here
,' now."
Leonard and Alex attend secular
schools in Miami Beach, but also
Ho to Hebrew School to learn of
their Jewish birthright.
What of the Cuban Jews who
emained in Cuba? Dr. Tachmes
relieves there is no discrimination
igainst them, and they are allowed
> practice Judaism, "but most of
them have become Communists,
nd that is why they are allowed
o live in peace"
Dr. Tachmes says he will con-
inue to mobilize Miami's Cuban
lewish community in the light for
i strong and free Israel, "because
vithout Israel, my family and
very other Jewish family in the
vorld will never be safe. It is un
r, us. who enjoy so much in this
vonderlul country, lo lead the
truggie and for us as Cubans.
who have known persecution and a
lisruption in our lives, it is a very
personal thing."
Happenings
A national .onference for all
I i- ii..- interested in church and
synagogue libraries will be held
i:i Portland. Ore.. July 22 to 24.
Designed* to offer practical gui-
dance in organizing and operat-
ing such libraries effectively.
the event is sponsored jointly
by the Church and Synagogue
Librarj Association, a national
ecumenical organization formed
in lPfiT to encourage and aid the
development of improved library
service for local congregations,
and the Pacific Northwest Asso-
ciation of Church Libraries.
The Miami Beach Dental So-
ciety will hold its regular meet-
ing in the Algiers Hotel Mon-
day, April 30. at 6:30 p.m. Dr.
Stanley Butnick will discuss
"Expanded Duties of Auxiliary
Pi rsonnel:" Jatne's Ainslry*
io; le will be "Efficient Equip-
on nt in an Efficient Office."
Some 200 members of tin-
Miami Beach Friendship Club
have arranged to have their first
Sedi r in the Eleven Hundred
Restaurant in the Center Build-
ing of Forte Towers,
AZA Group Plans Bike-a-Thon
Rotzeli Group. AZA. is sponsor
ng a Bike a 'Hum Sunday. Apri'
>9. at Temple Beth Am. with 60
oer cent of the proceeds ear
narked for the American Cancel
Society. The balance will be usee'
by the group in its efforts to heir
the community. Persons desirinr
additional information are invitee'
lo call Larry Frazier. 7940 SV.
67th Ter., or Mark Schlussler.
Dr. Pablo Tachmes, who came to Miami after Castro came
to power, poses wi;h his wife Eugenia, and their two sons,
Leonard (at rear) and Alex, at their home on Biscayne Point
Dr. Tachmes the new president of the Cuban-Hebrew Isrcel
Bend Committee, is also active in the CJA-IEF and ether
Jewish organizations.
Hygiene Society Chapter Presenting Jack D. Trop
The Greater Miami Chapter of Norman I;
the American Natural Hygien S i
ciety, Inc.. will present Jack Dunn
Trop. a founder of the society, au
thor of "A Gift of Love" and "You
Don't Have to be Sick" al it
p.m. meeting Monday, Apri! 30. in
the Washington Federal at 1133
Mr. Tr Idi ess en "T
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Friday. April 20. 1973
+Jewish rhrMion
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Dr. Arieh Plotkin To
Be Luncheon Speaker
, "Ih Arlenh ,L Pl0tkin> a key I te Plotkin- wh0 ^st known
Israel expert on international N a lecturer and scholar, was
illations and Middle Eastern af-1 ducated at the Hebrew University
vn Jartisalejiiaanii the University oi
London. He was the first Israeli
citizen to be admitted to the
Woodrow Wilson School of Public
and International Affairs at
Princeton University, where ho
earned iwo Master's degrees and
bis Ph.D.
Dr. Plotkin joined the Jewish
ielf-defense organization, the Ha-
;an?h. in 1937 and was active in
Its operations until Israel declared
independence in 1018. He served
s an officer in the Intelligence ,
Corps of the Israel Defense
Forces, which he joined on the!
very first day of its establishment. !
In recent years, Dr. Plotkin has
specialized in international rela-
tions, international law. and com
parative government and travels
the world to gain firsthand infor-
mation for his lectures and radio
and television appearances. He
Tiakes his permanent home in
iaifa. but is currently in the
Jnited States in connection with a
i search project.
For reservations to the ORT
3ond-w1th-Israel Luncheon, contact
the Israel Bond Office. 420 Lincoln
ltd.. Miami Beach.
M. ARIEH L PtOTKIN
iairs. will be the special guest and
..in speaker at the Southeastern
i orida Region ORT Bond-with-
)-r;.e! Luncheon in the Eden Hoc
' : tel May 3.
The luncheon, which i> spon-
i red by the Israel Bond Organi-
sation, will honor Mrs. Theodore
i.lies. who will receive th<
.-, i man of Valor Award.
Chiles Sponsoring One-Day
Conference For Seniors
In an effort to open up commu-
nications between senior citizens
; and their local, state and federal
| officials, U.S. Sen. Lawton Chiles
is sponsoring a one-day conference
on aging Wednesday at Barry Col-
lege in .Miami Shores. The confer-
ence is open to senior citizens from
nine South Florida counties
Dade,, Brovrard, Palm Beach, Mar
tin. St. Lueie, Glades, Monroe, Hen-
dry and Collier.
The meeting will begin with 8
a.m. registration and conclude with
a fish try at 12:30 p.m. There will
be a general session from 9-9:30
a.m. in the Barry College auditor-
ium during which Sen. Chiles, Sis-
ter Dorothy Browne, president of
Barry College, and Emmett S. Rob-
erts, secretary of the Florida De-
partment of Health and Rehabilita
rive Services, will speak. Congress-
man Bill Lehman also will be pres
ent. The conference will later split
into smaller groups for discussion. I
Fasceil Calls For Overhaul
Of Economic Aid Programs
Congressman Dante B. Fasceil,
D-Fla., has joined with 15 other
members of the House Foreign
Affairs Committee in calling on
President Nixon for a basic re-
vamping of U.S. economic aid pro-
grams for developing countries.
In a letter to President Nixon,
Rep. Fasceil, a senior comnvttec
member and chairman of the Inter
American Affairs Subcommittee,
and the othei Congressmen pro-
r-xc(f ^ six-Doint reform package.
ENCYCLOPEDIA JUDAIC A FEAlURtUt
Background On Current
Items In The News
The election of a Peronist can-, international scale. Jewish immi-
didate in Argentina recalls that j -station was stopped entirely while
Peron's accession to power prompt-
ed serious fears among the Jewish
popidation because he had been
aided by the Fascist organization
"1 >"> known to sympathize with
the Nazi government in Germany.
i iic (11. > i ii. i. i: i ot Cathode re
ligious instruction in the public
schools increased thnse fears. The
concern was partially dispelled bj
the introduction of a special clause
in the 1949 constitution forbidding
racial discrimination and Pcron":
declaration of sympathy for the
rights of Jews and for the State of
Israel.
Anti-Semitic attacks continued, and especially the Peronist trade
however, and Buenos Aires became | unions, which has been particularly
a center for anti-Semitic publica | significant as the Jewish working
tions and neo-Nazi activity on an class has all but disappeared.
\rgentina welcomed thousands of
Nazis and their collaborators es
caping from Europe.
The protest of the Jewish com-
munity and of the Jewish pro-
1'cron organization was only par-
tially successful. But the situation
deteriorated after the over-throw
of Pcron in 1955 which was the
signal for increased anti-Semitic
activities especially by such groups
is the Tacuara.
Since Peron's downfall, there has
been a marked penetration of anti-
Semitism into the working classes.
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bedrooms-TODAY! More of the spacious, big one
bedroom luxury condominium apartments that sold out...
every single one...in the first two weeks of our grand
opening at Fontainebleau Park last year! They probably
will again, so don't let yours get away. They get away
because everything about them is big as life, and a better
way of living.
Big for living in. Fontainebleau's one bedroom
apartments feel like more ..look like more. A 25foot
living room spreads out onto a 12 foot terrace, or balcony.
There's a gracious dining area. A pleasant hallway to sep-
arate living and bedroom areas, for more privacy A huge
walk-in closet. An eat-in kitchen, with every electrical
convenience you could want. Plus your own private
washer-dryer or storage area. So much space, all over.
Two ways to look at it. You've a great choice of two
different views two ways of life from two different
condominium communities in Fontainebleau s luxurious
parkfor-living. 600 acres big.
The Femwoods overlooks sparkling Lake Iortuga...
basks in the quiel privacy of an adults-only community
Elegant!
~ The Parkwoods looks over the famous Fontainebleau
Golf Course, with spectacular views of rolling given
fairways and blue lagoons. Exciting'
Both communities have all these ways to enjoy
ife. Big. tippling lakes, slocked for fishing. An 18 hole
championship golf course acclaimed as one of the best
and toughest in all of Florida. Their own heated swimming
pools for year round enjoyment, with oversized sun
decks. Their own lounges to sun and relax in. read or
make friends by. Saunas. Fully equipped exercise rooms
Game rooms for ping pong and billiards. Specia o .mp< i
ion tennis courts. An opportunity to join the exclusive
-ontainebleau Country Club.
Conveniences. Country living only 15 minutes from
downtown Miami. Only 25 minutes from the glamor of
Miami Beach Assigned parking space. Maintenance-
free carefree living!
Price. That's the only small thing we have to admit to.
Big one bedroom apartments as low a-- >2.v.s7>0 to
$27,550 for a penthouse with skylight overlooking a
loveiy 'ake. When you re ready t< i make a decision about
-lancing, we offer the best terms in town From as low .is
5^ down to all cash Only $500 on a reservation deposil
lold the unit of your choice until time of coi tract.
Get your Big One soon, now that they re back...
II get away again. Turn into oui landmark
ITm Waterfalls at West Flagler Street and Fontainebleau
Boulevard (N.W 88th Avenue), jusl 1 mile west of the
>almetto Expressway and Midway Mall. Phone ZZJ 5Z4.V
Fontainebleau Park

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By CARL AIPER7
A 'Different'
C<)R TOURIST* WHO LOO
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in. Its 2.500
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... I village in the
rid, excepl perh ips for groups
n [iid -lsewhere to whon
I i.. nism is part of theii
liglon.
\ eg irii is, of course, eat no meat. The degri i
of vegetarianism run-; to the extreme limits of na
tuiT food devotees who eat neither milk nor eggl
cook no food, and avoid anything which has boei
grown with chemical fertilizer or treated by chemi-
cal sprays, Amirim is made up of families of both
types.
The village began 14 years ago with 14
families. Today there are 40 families with 57 chil
dr?n to a total of 162 souls. The original settlers
some of whom left bemuse of initial eeonomie dif
ficiilties. have been more than replaced by new
members, among Uiem a number of young people
.Ada Be'eri, a young university student am'
vegetarian from Haifa, told us she finds life ir
Amirim refreshingly different from that in the bif
city. Yehuda Poker, whose three-year-old son pullet'
at his hand while we spoke, is a product of an old
time vegetarian family. The young people told ui
of the plans for further development of Uie village
Israeli Milage
esi it center. T e arc air ly some ;
in In .....
r to take tht'ij
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e .
'. lion
v I i and Dor
r Ian, u h I .
. hefs in Amirim, and Gidoi
I i ;
- me pi. I< laria
- n '. like thi I amdan ?, who c> I 'n
for ethical r >asons. Man mus! kc flu
ol an) living being. Man must resped the
m nt in which he live, an I h?nse use oi
chemicals in any form, in the soil or in the oi I
contrarj to naturalism The n l ts v -re awari
: ecologv long before the public barned that word
At the moment, the \ i I Ki membership qu its i
(till but when new housing U put up they wil
accept ar liiations from other far.Ties who wisl
to sittle there and join them. Their income come
from the resort business, from agricultural produce
which they sell and from outside work in whicl
some of the members teachers, nurses, engineers
office workers engage. Remember, this is not ;
kibbutz. It is a cooperative village and ea?h iam'l>
has its own home and its own income.
Dora Lamdan offered us a dish of goodies: nuts
dates, figs, pomegranate seeds, rough whole wheat
bread and a variety of fresh fruits. That was jus';
light refreshment. Everyone we saw looked healthy,
happy and fit. Npbody seemed hungry.
Have you ever tasted ground up carob pod
flavored with paeans and almonds and a bit o!
lemon rind? Delicious!
Between You and He: By BORIS SMOLAR
The Jewish Teacher
yilERE IS NO AC< IRATE information available regard'
ing the total number ot teachers presently emol iyed
in Jewish SChool3 in this country. The dearth of informa-
tion is due to three main factors: one. s
large numbor ol i hers in Jewisl
ids work onlv part ; me; ol i rs work
in sc-\ p a] .., '>,( i. simu' ; i -i.'. two
many teachers are engaged in additiona'
i wl Ich h nothing to do with
three there arc many teacher:
and in Sunday schools i
nsider ti aching as their i
i-m.
American Association for Jewish Education has
undertaken a si idj oi the salary scale for full-time teach-
ers "' '"''" n schools under i1;- direction of Dr. Hillel
Hochberg. The purpose of this stud) was to determine
the salaries paid to qualified full-time ttachei n Jewish
- h ".l- and afterm in schools, and 11 compan
with the salarii paid I i qualified I ., '
in Publ schools. The study also ired salar) in-
creases and fringe benefits ol the same two groups
A qualified I acher in a Jewish school is a gradual
"f an ''"'" Training School with
either an approved license, or equivalent knowledge and
professional experience. A qualified teacher in a public
school is a college graduate with the minimum of a
bachelor's degree. Full-time teaching in Jewish all-day
schools involves at least 20 hours per week in the class-
room, in addition to participation in extracurricular ac
ihities which are many and varied. Fulltime teaching in
ish afternoon schools requires at least 12 hours per
k in the classroom, plus extracurricular duties. In
public- schools, a full time teacher .s required to spend at
least 30 hours per week.
The survey population included a minimum of I
teachers employed in 300 Jewish afternoon schools, repre-
senting more than 10 per cent of the known schools ol
this type. The resultant data applied also to at leasl 500
hers employi d in 50 all-da) schools, representing about
15 per cent of the known Jewish all-day schools.
The annual increment paid to public school teachers
in the 26 cities where the- AAJE survey was conducted
i tied a median of $366; whereas in the Jewish school*-
median uas $277 a year. The study also showed that
salary increases for Jewish school teachers have lagged
far behind the Consumer Price Index. Furthermore, con-
trary to prevailing practices in public schools. Jewish
schools generally fail to provide their teachers with ade-
qui te welfare fringe benefits.
JEWS IN SPORTS
By: HASKELL COHEN
Israel Underwrites Cost of Sports

poR A SMALL COUNTRY, Israel manages to un-
derwrite just about every sports club, the Olympic
Committee, the Sports Federation, the Football As-
sociation, the Basketball Association, Tennis Associa-
tion, and a variety of youth organizations.
Whore does this money come from? Surely
there is not enough income at games to underwrite
the co-t of operating soccer pitches, track and field
facilities, swimming pools, etc., etc. In order to cope
with the cost of sports activities, a Sports Betting
Board was established as a result of the law for the
regulation of sports betting in 1967.
On Jan. 1. 1968, the Betting Board was created
for the purroie of regular betting on the results of
football matches and sports competition. The board
allocate; all its profits fram betting to furthering
the development of physical culture and sport ir
Israel.
Previous to the establishment of the board, a
fortbaJI pool known as "Sportoto" was formed with
the aim of raising funds for the development ol
sports. It was started in 1956 by Hapoel and Mac
eabi, the major sportsclub organizations in Israel.
The following year this football pool was transferred
into the hands of th- highest sports authorities in
Israel, the Olympic Committee, the Sports Federa-
tion and the Football Association, and was regulated
as a public company in the 10 yean of its operations.
Sportoto distributed 12.250.000 pounds to sports in
Btitutions and central sports bodies in Israel.
The budget of the Sports Betting Beard and the
allocation of its funds to the sports bodies ar au-
thorized by the government and the Parliament Fi
nance Committees. Its financial activities arc under
the supervision of the State Comptroller.
The 12 man Sports Betting Board is com-iri;c!
of six representatives each from the government and
th( highest sports authorities. The government rep-
resentative are aor tinted by the Ministers of Fi
nance and Education, and serve in an honorary
capacity.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ

Building A Cilv
In The Sinai
EOF E H ISHINGTON the i
rmy,,d
ill b:en i ol v'.';- hi
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nerals an l I
Unit cd ta t I
- Foi in >,
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r sibli for I e a llini I t;
tuti inal C inv< nl o
> mi m was create I
il was Washing! in ma
who tli al the Constitutional Convent
Tl event tpake his name shine above all ;i
. i .
It may be tb=tt Mo-he Dayan also ma' b*> re-
member i .oi" for a new project which he is pn
ently sponsoring than for his military hievements.
Dayan proposes to build a city in the Sinai area
comparable in size to Tel Aviv.
The idea of building a city on order is a fasci-
nating one. It is possible to special order a >nit o:
clothes, but big cities generally just grow lik!
topsy. Several farmers working the land in some re-
mote area are joined by a general stire in the
vicinity. Then a doctor and a lawyer hang their
shingles and a town is born. Such haphazard de-
velopment does not woik out too badly in a small
town but ii, a big city, it can become quite a mess,
as we know to our sorrow.
Sometimes there is some fragmentary planning
in advance. There is always some forethought with
regard to the naming of a town. Tel Aviv, for in-
stance, was named after Herd's book, Alt-Ncu-Land
(Old New Land), at the suggestion of Nahum Soko-
low. Tel meaning hill stands symbolically for the old;
while Aviv, meaning spring, stands for the new.
There was some controversy some years hacK
about the naming of a new town in Texas. Son-.*
said. Why net call it this:"' and others said, "Wh>
not call it that." So they compromised and called
the town "Whynot." and that is how Why not, Tex
was named.
S me towns have been more carefully planned
In the ease of Philadelphia, founded by the Quaker:
all the streets were either named al: or
numbered None of the streets were nan i after
people, a-; Quaker.- do not believe in the
of any person."
In tlv case of Washington, D.C., tthe i eel
were laid out according to a plan proviJi ;..,
French engineer, L'Enfant.
In connection with Mr. Dayan'- plans foi nev
cit) in the Sinai district, our thoughts turn i t<
a man who has ben dead for 30 years His e is
Joseph Fels,
Mr. Fels and his wife shared a beliel th
Henry George doctrine of the single tax an th
two of them went around the "hole world pi achinj
about it. lie impressed many people, desi hi
Size, which was not more thin five fe?t till V r.h.
the fact that he was a multimillionaire had -
thins to do with it. Mr. Fels had made a tune
selling Fels-Naplha caap, a cleaning agon: foi
clclhing, But he was more interested in the singli
tax which be believed if adopt d would cl an up
th- entire economic system, and especial!: the
slums.
Little .lee Fels was hoping thai the Zionist
state would be the first to introduce the single tax.
Joe Fcl; preached what to him seemed a simple
philosophy. Every immigrant tt a country and ev-
ery child that is born increases the value oi the
land. As cities grow in population, the land in-
creases in value too. According to Mr. Fels, th.
state should take this socially produced value for
its own purposes.
Thus, no speculator would hold on to land. Tl..
land would, therefore, become cheap for building
purposes and greater, since only the land itself would be taxed.
As land would become cheap, so rents would
always be cheap. The savings in rents could he used
for other purchases; general production and employ-
ment would be increased
The slums and poverty would be clean 0
of the land. ju,t as his soap cleaned out the dil
in a garment.
And little Joe -. uld tell van further that Henry
George was only telling you wh.it Moses saiJ ,n the
Sinai thousands of years back. "Proclaim iben
to the land."
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Professors For Peace In The Middle East

Bv ANNE SINAI
lAlru i-h 1VI.-Kl;ilillic \i;.n.\l
Addi-essnv; a meeting of U.S.
academicians concerned with
peace in the Middle Ka.-t at Stern
College in Wu Yoik on March 11.
Michael Sierner. Director for
Egyptian Alfairs, U.S. State De-
partment, said:
"The shadow that extends across
our relation- with the Aral) world
is almost exclusively cast by the
Arab-Israel problem. Although the
thesis that the United States docs
not need to exert itself arduously
in order to bring about a peace
settlement may be superficially
attractive." he added, "the present
situation is a pretty insecure basis
for the long-term promotion and
protection of American interests
in the area."
THE U.S. OBJECTIVE, he said.
is i continue to woik for a com-
prehensive settlement that docs
not contain the seeds of future
conflict.
"We don't see any halfway
house, whether it is something like
an interim agreement, which wi
have been supporting, or a return
to the previous armistice arrange
ment.-,. as being a satisfactory sub-
stitute for this ultimate objective."
he declared.
On the issue of an interim settle-
ment be said that the United
States-would support any approach
that is agreeable to ail the parties
to the conflict
'"The United Mates Is not D.".r-
ticularly wedded to any single
plan, any single approach to the
problem." Sterner declared. "We
think that a peace settlement must
necessarily involve negotiations
between the parties themselves."
For this, he said, the 1967 Security
Council Resolution provides the
framework.
Sipkbi KLWteri
To Bank's Board
The election of C. ::rge Si.'kiu
to the boiH of Skv
lak" State P-"'i: ii bi-cn announc-
ed '>y Mrs. Y
ider.t.
Mr. Slp'f i" '<-'
in elect tie
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n ilogy. Ne
of law. de Wash-
ington I ''
D.C. He i i
the District :d the
U.S. Suvrcn "<'

patent con
1 ji U
ry in i ''i
U.S. Navy
special assi
"We do not believe that a pi ace
I ciMcnient is likely to be either
| iust or viable unless it stems and
! results from the process of mutual
iccommodation between the par-
ies themselves, unless the parties
hemselves are the signers of that
agreement," he added. "I don't
mean that we necessarily support
race-to-face negotiations at the
iiitset, or any other particular style
>f negotiations. The U. S. wants
peace in the Middle East, but "can-
ot impose on the parties what
hey themselves do not want.''
REFERRING TO THE energy
I :ri-is. Sterner criticized the advo-
cates of a change in present U. S.
)olic\ favoring Israel because the
Arab States have the oil. He said:
We will always recognize that
we have responsibilities and inter-
ests on both sides of the Arab
-rael equation and therefore that
,ve have a need for good relations
pith both sides. Unfortunately,
because of America's commitment
') Israel's security and welfare
tii- relations with many of the i
\tab states have suffered because
>l the intensity of the Arab-Israel
conflict. Therefore it is and always
lias been the cardinal objective of I
American policy in the region to
bring about a resolution of that
jonflict. We do not design our
oolieies to favor one side or the
other at the expense of the other."
Sterner made these comments
in his briefing to the New York
Region and National Executive of
the American Professors for Peace
in the Middle East, a nation-wide
irganization of teaching professors
which was founded in 1967 and I
has a membership of some 15.000 |
academicians on over 430 U. S.
campuses.
Created by a hand Tul of aca-
demicians following the six-Day
War of .lunc 19U7. APPME has
become a significant sector of
American academic life. The or-
ganization's main aim is lo en-
ourage American academicians to
ip tii ni i" Middle
' i-i cri i- lh on ;!i the use ol
a pcc'liszcd train
: k
.u ial : i i
tin i ., pi i and | n n 0
ib'i so ii
k.ur1 i i i
i
.. u i
Lracl
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lead in explain:ng and presenting
the basic Middle East issues at
their universities and to their
communities. APPME's sponsors
include many university pres-
idents, Nobel Laureates and other
internationally known academics.
The basic goal is educational: it
e-ilieus direct political action or
involvement with any political
party or faction in the Middle
Easl or in the U. S.
In 19(iS ifv organization dis-
patched a high-level Study .Mission
to Egy'-t. Jordan and Israel,
headed In Dr. Albert B. Sabin
They met with their colleagues ir-
Cairo, Amman and Jerusalem and
were briefed by such personalities
js King Hussein. Mohammed I!-.is
sanein Hcykal, Editor in ( hief ol
the semi-official newspaper "A
\hiam' and Jordanian and Israeli
ministers. The result of the mis
ion was a classic and widely read
epoit. "The Arabs Need and Want
Peace, But ." delineating tin
irecise attitudes on war and peace
jf the three countries' top leader
-hip and intellectuals.
These stands are regularly aired
ind analyzed by APPME member;
it the organization's annual Na
tional Council meetings, where il
'ocal leaders meet to discuss pol
icy and plan activities. To furthet
uch discussions, similar Stud'
Mis-ions have been sent to th>
Middle East on a regular ha si
Speakers addressing past APPM1
meetings have included variou
fiddle East ambassadors anc
leads of U..V Missions. als<
Russia's UN. Anib.is.sador Ma::1
ind ether U. S. Stale Departmen
ifficials.
Al L OF APPME's policy anc"
planning decisions ere directi;
cntrolled an 1 designed bj
M'i'vil:'- academicians workinj
through an executive and st rinj
committee. The organization's first
an v as Pn Allen Po la '
\\\ i now I .. lies ol Vo-ii.v.i i.i
sitv: il I ,as Prof
ip l' l pre cntlj '
I the N. Y. Board o
,;. r chai ma
: : P
. iai
A sister organization the
i American Academic Association
I for Peace in the Middle East
has, since 196S), been concentrating
I on the publication of new in-depth
I itudies, and on organizing aca-
lemic conferences in co-sponsor-
;ship with the various universities.
THIS LOOSE, non-membership,
ion-profit association publishes a
quarterly journal Middle East
Information Series whose con
ributors are top ranking profes-
ors and experts in their diverse
lelds. Reports on specific issues, a
lullctin on current events, and
icriodic Area Studies on spc
'ialized topics. Pa-t publications
lave included analyses on "Arab
Utitudcs Toward Jewish Stale-
lood; "Arab Nationalism'' and
Christianity m Israel,'' and a
ampliation of conference and
ither papers titled "People and
Politics in the Middle East.''
AAAPMfi publications have car
ied anal} ses on Soviet, u. s..
hinese and European Middle
:ast policies, prepared by U. S..
British Italian, Israeli. Iranian
ind Arab academics. They are
ised by teaching professors as
on ice, reference and text hooks
ii the U. S.. Europe and the Middle
Cast itself. They are also regularly
lllowcd by members of several
foreign embassies in the United
States. Chaired by Prof. Oded
Homba (CUNY), AA.M'MEs Pub-
lications Advisory Board will soon
issue comprehensive analyses of
Oil and Energy Policies, Israeli
Society, Jerusalem, Labor Organ-
ization*) in Israel, the Palestinians,
and Arab Socictv
In his recent annual report to
the National Executive. APPME
Chairman Michael Curtis an-
nounced a program of activities
by American academicians for
1973 which includes comprehen-
sive new studies by experts on the
Middle Easl issues, coast to coast
lecture tours this spring bj Middle
Eo specialists to 40 U. S. campus-
es, including such institutions as
Berkeley. Princeton and the uni-
\iV ilies of Michigan. Colorado
State. North Dakota. Wyoming and
New Mexico, and arrangements for
on-the-spot Study Missions of
American academics to the Middle
East.
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eFewislbi Floridian
ridcry, April 20, 1973
Section B
wo Community-Wide Celebrations
Of Israel's Anniversary Planned
The 5th anniversary of the State
[of Israel will be celebrated in two
I community-wide events May 6 and
MRS. MILTON GREfN
May 7 which are expected to draw
the largest such audiences in the
United States.
Sunday evening. May 6, Miami
Beach's Flamingo Park will be
transformed into a "little bit of
Israel" as the Israel 25 Committee
of Greater Miami presents "A
Night in Israel."
The festivities will include Is-
raeli folk dancing and sinking, typi-
cal Israeli foods land a special
prayer service written by Rabbi
Stanley Ringler. according to Mrs.
Itb Rothfield. chairman of the
event. "It will be a family oriented
program for the entire community
and it will be presented at no
charge." she added.
Rabbi Ringler, director of the
Dr. Sussman Given
Life Membership
Dr. Harry Suwman of North Mi-
ami Beach' was recently awarded
a life membership in Lions Inter-
national.
The doctor
was honored for.
among other
things, attending
all cabinet,
zone, project and
council of gov-
ernors meetings
throughout the
<-tate as well as
serving in every
Lions office at
the club level
and several key
district and state offices
Dr Susman did not get his life
membership just for attending
meetings and paying his dues for
25 years, however. Life member-
ships in Lions International are
won by long hours and hard work.
Hta fellow Nor* Miami Beach
Lions extended the honor in rec-
ognition of 25 years of faithful
service ____________
N. Miami Beach Kiwanians
Raise Funds For Ambulance
The Kiwanis Club of North
Miami Beach will hold a walk*
St. raise money for-..ambu-
lance rescue van April 28 and 29
This is the same type of 1 le
saving equipment *g
used with such success by the City
o Miami. Trained paramedics of
the North Miami Beach Fire De
partmen will have electronic
communication with the ar,a he*
"is and will be able to perform
?esc ,' techniques under a physi-
Ssuspervision while on the way
to the hospital.
Ilillel Jewish Student Center at
the University of Miami, will be
representing the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami.
The prayer service will include
an interpretative dance by Shira
Baumgard and the services of Can
tors Zvi Adler of Temple Emanu-
El, Abraham Seif of Kneseth Is
rael, Sol Breeh of Beth Raphael
and Jacob Mendelson of Beth
Torah.
This part of the program will
also feature special narrations by
Mrs. Jack Popick and Dr. Ira Roth-
field and the vocal talents of mez-
zo-soprano Salva Merrige.
"This is a family oriented cele-
bration to which the entire com-
munity is invited," said Murray
Yavneh, director of Women's
American ORT, who is serving as
staff consultant for the program.
"The park will be decorated in an
Israeli motif and there will be
booths serving typical Israeli
foods," he added.
The Israeli-style entertainment
which will be presented is being
produced by Shmuel Fershko and
will include the participation of
local Israeli folk dance groups.
"There is no charge for "A
Night in Israel," said Marvin Lieb-
erman. assistant director of the
YW-YWHA of Greater Miami, staff
consultant for Israel 25. "We just
want people to join us In singing
and dancing and celebration .
this is definitely an audience par-
ticipation event. We'll even have
an Israeli folk dance instructor,
Mrs. Ari Kadem," he added.
Miami Beach Convention Hall
will be the site of the May 7 Israel
Independence Day rally sponsored
by the American Zionist Federa
tion under the general chairman
ship of Mrs. Milton Green, national
B'nai BYiili Commission Urges
Restoration Of Federal Funds
WASHINGTON B th The moratorium thr ai ru
; i >: resti ration > ted- none: .': n l isii ;
eral funds cut from social welfare projet le eldci
budgets. Protest of the sharp fed- by B'nai B'rith. One
eral budget reduction' came from rise is already completed an
B'nai B'rith's Commission on Com- cupied in Wilkes-Barre, Pa I
munity and Veterans Affairs, at others are currently under
its annual meeting here. struction. E. Albeit Pallot
Miami Beach, chairman of the C"
The commission decried the cut mjsgjon, reported,
in federal funds as a change in
government emphasis on the needs Cuts in Veterans Administration
of the disadvamaged. and urged budgets, the commission said,
increases in the current budget of would hann nospital construction
the Veterans Administration and ,. ,
an end to the federal moratorium treatment, medical research am
on subsidized housing for the programs of education and en:-
elderly. ployment counselling.
Federation Sponsoring
BCI Scholarships
MRS. IRA ROTHFfElD
vice president of the AZF.
The rally will feature the Miami
Beach Symphony Orchestra under
the direction of Barnett Breeskin
and there will be a keynote speech
by Sen. Edward Gurney.
Robert Russell, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
is serving as honorary chairman
of the rally. Tickets for the non-
profit event may be obtained at
Convention Hall and at the offices
of Hadasjah, Pioneer Women. Mfar-
rachi. Labor Zionist Alliance. B'nai
Zion and the Federation.
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion is sponsoring a scholarship
program for eligible college men
and women to the Brandeis tamp
Institute to be held in two. four-
week sessions, one in July and one
in August.
Shlomo Bordin is director of the
educational and cultural programs
at the camp, with Dr. Ronald
Gelles serving as chairman of the
Federation committee.
Located in the Santa Susana
Mts. of Southern California near
Los Angeles, the BCI site is
reminiscent of kibbutz settings in
the Judean hills.
The life-style of BCI combine;
the cooperative values of the
Israeli kibbutz with an intense
program of Jewish cultural and
social activity. Each of the two
separate one-month summer en-
campments involve exposure to
leading Jewish scholars and
urtists-in-residenee.
Applications for prospective
participants in the program and
for financial assistance are avail-
able by writing to: Brandeis Camp
Institue Program, Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. 4200 Biscay ne
Blvd.. Miami, Fla. 33137.
Israeli Table Tennis Team
TEL AVIV (WNS) Yugoslav
authorities' insistence that the
Israeli table tennis team depart
from the world championship
tournament in Sarajevo, Yugo-
slavia, because they could not
guarantee their protection against
possible terrorist attacks, has dis-
appointed and angered Israelis.
The Israeli players, who arrived
home April 12. said the Yugoslav
Told To Quit By Yugoslavs
authorities told them that five un-
identified Arabs had been detained
as they were about to board a
plane at Zagreb for Sarajevo.
They said the Yugoslavs advised
them strongly to leave to prevent
another "Munich" in Sarajevo. The
Yugoslavia were apparently wor-
ried over terrrorist retaliation for
Israel's commando raids on Beirut.
Or. Harry Svssmam
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Attend Central Agency's Seminar
Study of th<' land and Mr Berg.r welcomed the teach works of Israeli poets and noxel
.-.ople of Israel in th-- curriculum 1 ers and described tin- growing role ists, and how Israel's :>ongs and
" junior and senior public high
0'ils of Dade County was the
subject of a recent seminar for
ial studies, foreign
d 'iinc? j^ arts : achers held at
Mr; Agencj for Jewish
icatioo Herbert Zvi T:
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observance ol
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of cultural and ethnic studies in music, dances and its unique blend
H-ublk school education throughout ] of foods can be included in the
the United States. The teacher*
re then addressed by Lc-.i
S ohuk. noted educator and author.
viio spoke on the various methods
ich Israi to enrich
curriculum.
Israi SI 'iuced
in (dealing
rid i u lures, troubled s| its
of the world an of the
Middle East A on
lrai its uld inch

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: k suggested, i
in other are;.- [sra
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talin rue
Mr Soshuk.....i how stui
ol World Literature can include pi
music, physical education and
home economics programs of pub-
lic high schools
Mrs. Helene Blumkin, director
of the Israel Stamp Service, de-
scribed a variety of way- In which
the stamps of Israel could motivate
unit- :n social studies cultural
fo'kwaj s. and histoi > .>! the
Mrs EMU Gold, assistant libra-
rian outlined ome of the re
- of tin il Llbrar)
H specificallj with Israel
Thex- involved multi-media in
eluding | as and
records, as well as books and
pamplil. -
The seminar was i
.. ii of i ':;-- r of i
tun mati rial h
ing a sound filmstrip called L
!.!- from the Kibbul
Mi Avraham Tamir of Miami's
Falafel Israeli Restaurant p
pared and me ol i- h
the i I......f ihe
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Temple Sinai North Dade Authorizes
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tt nil a promised completion date
of September 1 for its new Reli-
guMK School Building, the board
of Lcustees of Temple Sinai has
authorized a subcommittee to es
tablish a nursery school under
tin sponsorship oi tne synagogue
The committee, under the ehair-
m inship of Mrs. Sidney Walker, is
activi Ij m developing
guidelines for a quality nuraerv
program which will seek
to ncourai -
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hil l
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a thlkl h le seeking also tni
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a background in Judaic studies and
be committed to the furthcranee
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"We are planning to create an
exciting learning experience for
children and parents in the Nortli
Dade area who are interested in
more than .. b V sitting Bei ric
Rabbi R 'l i Kingslej spiritual
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Four Men To Be Honored
At Testimonial Dinner
Beaeh Hadaasah
'Crown of Giving'
Luncheon April 2.)
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
A testimonial dinner for a the \\k- County School Board sah will sponsor a "Crown of Glv-
nt individual appears to En n 1866 until 1972, wh Ing" luncheon ai the Bden Roc
common occurrence in Miami! resigned to run for Congi Hotel Wednesday noon. Mrs Israel
mcii. But a ti itimoniaj banquel Mr. Valentine, vice pi of D. Shapiro will be the guest
iJHT-mi-!! 'rtrflWHmtWf ****+' <; ,i, -.,>* ,.,. the j speaker, The proceed of this
an all-star event. hoards oJ the rail-. function will help to open a Pedi-
four community leaders harmonic and Miami Beach Clinic in the hospital on Mi.
|l ill honored Maj 10 ai tural Sooieties, is ind-i pus, Jerusalem.
il Hote arc E. Albert chain for Israel Mrs. Shapiro, formerly of At
eneral chairman, Florida Committee. lanta, Ga., and now of Miami
"ommittce, Sports foi Israel, ... ... ,. ,. ,.. Beach, is a member of the national
fcd his cochairmen. i ngressman ', *a)k' ': F,rs' board of Hadassah and presently
. n I i U Valen ." the area major gift chairman. '
V. Walker. ,!'" ;'! Force of the she participated in the first
E. Albert Pallot, president of "/' ; Bnd '" leaders tour of Israel and Europe
Iscayne Federal Savings and ,"'"": mem,er "" i March 1954, and has visited
n, is .. former In '" Israel many times since. She was
ional .ice president of B'nai :: "" : 'he Board chosen for "outstanding leadership
rith. Presently national chair- ?', Tfk" nd speaking ability." Thus, Mrs
.1 i\, Commission on Com nm' Shapiro is equipped to bring Brsl
and Veterans Services of istra,u>n -' '-' hand information about the Holy
B'rith '< ha erved as l'niver>it; I the \' Land and the important role oi
lairman i I the Greater Miami Boi: : "' ; "* a tladassah.
ft tt !i n Beautification and "l''"~r-
E< > lo; i! ten Banquel chairman
Recently elected to the I' s. bloom; ticket liainnaii .- J -
Co :;; p. I. hi lan si rved on H. Waldhc
Hadassah President Heads
Conference Delegation
BBW Chapter
Installs Slate
North Dade Chapter of B'nai
B'rilh Womi n will inclu le instal-
i if offiei rs I ing its paid up
ip affair on Tuesday at
:15 | i. in the V ashin {ton Fed-
:\ of North Miami Bi
man. president Zionis oi
ol iia.iii isjah. will .,.., p
he.'.; to
th> .' d an iu .1 FIoi ida II
co. to b held in Tampa,
Had
a, ma -r \\v i [ecker, and Mrs
. \ residents.
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following slate: Mr-.
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Mrs, Flo Ri
Lois
Apr: 1.
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noon at Belli David. 2625 SW 3rd
St.. with a regular meeting which
will follow at 1:30 p.m. Serving as
hostess is Esther Solomon: chair
men are Helen Jeffries and Jennie
Zeichner; president is Fanny April.
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Mrs. Hyman Kolko, president of
Hatikvah Chapter, innounces a
Mother-in-Israel" charm award
luncheon on April 26 at noon at
Beth Israel Social Hall.
Some too mother In Israel
Charms will be presented. Rose
Lunger is program chairman for
the day.
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Seder Conducted At
St. Francis Hospital
rnauv. AEwn .u. l ;/<.
Friday. April 20. 1973
To be sick is always a lonely ex-
perience. To be sick during Pass-
over for a Jew, is especially lonely.
Jewish patients-at St: Francis Hos
pital in Miami Beach will not be,
bs ionely this Passover.
For the first time. St. Francis a
Catholic hospital, has had a pre-
Passover Seder tor it* Jewish pa
tier.ts. The setl'r was conducted
bj Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director
(.f thn Grep+er Miami Jewish Fed '
{ration's Community Chaplaincy
Service. Recognising the import-1
ance of spiritual care to all pa-1
tients. the administration of the
hospital requested the Chaplaincy
Service's participation. One exam-'
pie of this participation was the
St Francis Seder, held Monday.
The regular, year-round pro
ms of the Community Chap-
ncy Service include visits to
."(wish patients, providing neces-
sary religious arlicles. pastoral
--. 11"_i. referrals to other Fed
n 'i ial welfare agencies, and
tation program* for hospital
the "Chaplaincy Service into St.
Francis Hospital, Community Chap-
laincy Service advisory board
chairman Leo Eiscnstcin SSid: '
' The concern of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation is not mere-
ly in raising funds for its agencies
but is in terms of the qualitative
.ife of th039 Jews whom the Bgen
'ies serve. The inclusion of St.
Francis is another example of Fed-
'ration's reaching :>ut to provide
i ji -i::m >>f spiritual and re!i-
;ioas content and solace to Jews
wherever they may be.
"Two of the major obligation*
if the Jewish people throughout
history have been 'Tzedakah'
OCial justice through charitable
ivins. and 'Bikkur Cholim' vis
iting the ill and infirm. These tra-
ditions of helping and extending a
hand of comfort to those Jews in
need arc the bywords of the Great
er Miami Jewish Federation, hell
mg make Greater Miami a better
place to live for all people "
Seder services will also be con-
-taff members on Jewish customs ducted by the Community Chap-
cen monies. | |aincy Service at Mount Sinai Medi-
cal Center. Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
At the St. Francis Seder, patients
heard the story of the Children of
.".- exodus from ancient Egypt.
- told in the traditional Haggadah
The story's message is freedom. To
the ill. freedom is freedom from
loneliness, from anxiety and adver-
sity. This freedom can be realized
jn part when someone takes the
time to visit, and to bring courage
to face the future. That is the mis-
sion to which the Community Chap-
ainey Service is pledging its ef-
forts.
Commenting on the expansion of
oital, Jackson Memorial Hospital.
the Jewi-h Home for the Aged.
Sunland Center. Dade County Jail.
Mercy Hospital. South Miami Hos-
pital. Baptist Hospital. North Mi-
ami General Hospital. Parkway
General Hospital. Chai Nursing
Home. Greenbriar Nursing Home |
and Four Freedoms Nursing Home.
Assisting Rabbi Schiff in con-
ducting these services will be
Rabbi Maxwell Berger of Temple
Zamora. and Rabbi Milton Schlin-
sky of Temple Adath Yeshurun.
Pioneer Women Units In
Varied Spring Programs
i
Pioneer Women, Club 1. will
give a luncheon in honor of Rose
Mann and Ruth Budovsky, on Sun-
ay. Apr. 29. at 12:30 p.m. at the
Raleigh Hotel. Proceeds to go to
the Child Rescue Fund of Israel.
A musical program will be pre-
sented by Esther Weinstein. Jennie
Seitlin is chairman for the
luncheon.
Aviva Chapter will hold a
luncheon and card paity on Mon-
day. Apr. 30. at noon at the
Washington Federal. 633 NE 167th
St.. sponsored by Shirley Chavl.in
Proceeds will go to the Child Res-
cue Fund of Israel
Eilat Chapter will commemorate
the Warsaw Gretto at a regular
meeting on Tueseday at 7:30 p.m.
;at the Washington Federal. 1234
| Washington Avc. Faye Brucker will
': speak on the "Warsaw Ghetto."
Tda Kovalsky is in charge of the
i program. Veda Gmber. president.
will conduct the meeting.
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Kmneret Chapter is sponsoring
a Mother's Day luncheon on May 6
1 at noon at Tony's Fish Market on
the 79th St. Causewav. Sarah Bren-
ner viill be honored as "Mother of
the Year." Bea Markowitz is i
charge of reservations.
So you think
youVe something
special.
Here's the place to prove it. The place
that lets you be you. With special
facilities from bayfront yacht dock-
age toa private penthouse club. With
luxury thatincludesa balconied view
of the bay and rooms that are almost
as panoramic. And an address that
says it all.
CLUB
The unique condominium & club on the bay.
2333 Brickell Ave.. Miami Phone 856-1410
Preparing the Passover Seder at St. Francis
Hospital are (left to right) Sister Margaret
McManus, OSF, hospital administr.Ttor;
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director of Federa-
t;cn's Community Chaplamcv S^-vic*: Fr.
Patrick Brown, OFM, chaplain of St. Fran-
cis, and Leo Eisenstein, chairman of the
Community Chaplaincy Service advisory
bocrd.
This is the coffee
for the May vin at your Seder
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At Passover time, you want to serve coffee as fine as your
wine. That's Maxim'. Coffee with character. Flavorful
and satisfying.
Maxim tastes like perked coffee because Maxim starts
with fresh percolated coffee. Freeze-dried into big
chunks of perked coffee. Perfect for every coffee serving
occasion. e
CerliSed Kosher for f is.cn tr bs (abbi Bemud levy
MAXIM THE MAYVWS FAVORITE FOR FINE COFFEE FLAVOR
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Friday. April 20. 1373
Mrs. Herman To Receive
'Woman Of Valor' Award
mSTwlS^SS **?*r#* Abbott. Mrs. Harry
or, n, hS M,? month ,n :-"dk"- ;"><< Mm. Irving Weiner
present their president, Mrs. luncheon chairmen, who said: -It
; M fitting that our own Sylvia
, ^:y. iferman shouid be chosen to re
j ceive the Woman of Valor Award
| in this historic quarter-century
| anniversary of Israel's indepen-
dence and statehood."
A resident of Miami for the past
20 years. Mrs. Herman has devoted
ino.-t of her time and energies to
Hadassah. This is her third year
as president of the Miami Chapter,
and she previously held many-
other offices within the chapter,
including the presidency of the
A viva Group.
Mrs. Herman received her early
education in Pittsburgh and is a
graduate of Penn State University.
She has taught in the public
chool ssytim of Datle Countv and
also at the YMIIA. She and her
husband are members of the Beth
David Congregation,
Reservations for the Hadassah
Bond-with-Israel Luncheon are
available at the Israel Bond Office.
120 Lincoln R(|.. Miami f'.nach.
+JeM Fk>rXU>>r
MRS. MORRIS HCRMAN
.- Herman, with the Israel
Hi in's Woman of
\ i '
conferred on
V H rman on May 8 at the
i lotel at j Bo .> :' Israel
" il ilso celebrate
nl was made by
Sisterhood Plans
Luncheon And
Fashion Show
The Sisterhood of Tern-Die Adath
Yeshwun will hold its Torab-Kuad
'unchcon and fashion show Thurs-
day. April 26. at noon, in the
temp!* social hall, with fashions
by "Ine Great Put-On" of North I
Miami
Members if the luncheon com-
mittee arr
Irene Zuck .man. pre id0"'.
Rose Kj'< praaident: Evelyn
i Wert7 chairman; Anne Finger
man. SUJan Meiller, Molly Pastor. |
I Anmbel Aronson. Charlotte Du-
| binsky, Fannie Jotkoff. Barbara
I Schwartz. Rose I.iedman. Margaret
' Luxelt. Fay Rubin, and Harriet
Levin.
Models are Barbara Winton.
Susan Mellin, Irene Zuckerman.
Eve Schwartz. Mollie Pastor, and
I Abby Chernov.
Torah Fund supports the
Mathilde Shecter Residence Hall
, of the Jewish Theological Sem- I
inary of America, and the Eternal
Light radio and TV programs.
| The Sisterhood will hold its
I general meeting in the social hall
on Wednesday at 8 p.m. There will
be a white elephant sale. Mrs.
Nelda Gulden and Mrs. Elaine
Skup are program chairmen.
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Zalles Named Chairman Of
CJA-IEFs Food Division
Theodore A. (Ted) Zalles has Ted's leadership: the Food Dm
Oeen named chairman of the Food will be piaving an increa
Division of the Greater Miami important role in our camps
jcwi.h Federation's 1973 Com- Mr. Levy said in making the ar
Dined Jewish Appeal-Israel Enter-! nouncement.
ge-ncy Fund campaign, according
to an announcement made by
Harry A. (Hap) Levy. 1973 CJA-
lO general chairman.
Mr. Zalles, director of Adver-
tising and Sales Promotion of the
Southern Division of Food Fair, is
a member of the board of direc-
tors of Tempie Emanu-Ei.
He also serves as secretary of
the North Shore Optimist Club of
Miami Beach and is a member of
the Exodus Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
"I am confident that under
los. Zuckerman Speaker
Joseph P. Zuckerman will be
guest speaker at the Jewish Cul-
tural Ciub holocaust day Friday
at 1 p.m.. in the Point East Com-
plex. Samuel Goldsmith will pre-
side at the meeting and Oscar
Shapiro, musical director, will play
ehetto songs.
THtooont ZAlliS
I
Mrs. Bidhin Is
v ?, President
Of Sisterhood
h icd elected
president for
ral meeting
in will b?
I .. in in the
with ,'.-
Cliffor l '
I resilient;
' W.
Richard A. :
.',!. tandi i
r< tary:
respond
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Richard C
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ir Yesner,
Kipper and
., j : sen
ind Mrs. Julius
I b> man ..- ......lan of tne
island cm* Announces
the Opening of a New Corner.
Yoiir Trtvate Corner
ofiheWbrld
... where life is led
by time and tide.
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Open House
April 26
The Miami Business and Pro-
Chanter of Women's
\ ., in ORT will conduct an
open h iusc meeting in the hos-
... room ,f chase Federal.
Rd.
pel i hairman of
the region e: ommitttee
lace in the
I ers and chair- i
,: will
Festival Concludes Series
1
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For free descriptive brochure, write:
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777 South Federal Highway
Pompano Beach, Fla. 33062
Name
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I City
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shopping and services recreation
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sunken lounge with fireplace, and
clubrooms with programmed activities.
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islands and birds (we're a bird sanctuary)
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YOU WANT to be pampered.... Island Club
is assured privacy 24-hour security ...
free courtesy bus offering regularly
scheduled trips to shopping and beaches.
At Island Club, live on an island, in a luxury
hi-rise or garden apartment, formal or relaxed
. one and two-bedroom apartments .
prices start at just $22,800. Stop here.
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one 'loses a f iment,
an i hi wee k pi i iod with
sessions scheduled Tuesday morn-
from :t :i m. to noon or Tuesd i;
evenings from 7 to 10 p m
Dr. Zucker Spinoza Speaker
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ELIZABETH HARTMAN
Call 444-9831
for reservations
Now thru Sunday. April 2*>
MICKEY ROONEY
in
NO SEX, PLEASE!
also starring
JANE KEAN
COMING NEXT
Toes., May 1-Siin.. May 13
JAMES DALY
in
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PrrfiirniAiirr schedule and pike*
Tueiday Wednesday. Thurtday A
Sunday evening at 8:30. and
Saturday Marine* at 2:00:
i rsli ^7 JO h SO 5 SO
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Friday And Saturday eveninqt
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HMO BIG HOURS OF ENTERTAINMENT PIUS A FEATURE FIIM ATTRACTION
DAILY EARIY BIRD MATINEES T'U 3 P.M. Phone 531 6202
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Friday. April 20. 1973
Florida NWL To II
Mrs. M. Pe
*K**istnrfSdn?>r
ear
Mrs. M Milton Perry, a a.
\m president of the Na-
tional uomens League of the
tinted synagogue of America, will
ne the consultant speaker al ih<
- conference of the Florida
11 of the National Women's
eafiue. United Synagogue oi
Ameiica. which will be held
iKla>. Tucsda> and Wednesday
April 30, \laj l and 2, at the Eden
Roc Hotel.
Mrs 1'errj will deliver the key
oti address VIondaj evening. Her
will i.e. -is the Jewish
Fan il) Living?' Mrs. Perr> is the
I u Im-i selling publica-
Diner-Dance For Clinic
* v. \ m< c fi al in ing enter
1 neni h !... Directions"
Vi Tw ins Ill be held
i i ii'.Pii Spri-ig Villa 1
16 Tickcl i ro
I UK.
lone treatment
the direction
; sheppard.
rry, Veep
'"'"" "f the National Women's
i-eague: "Koshei Cooker} Un-
mired' and "Kosher Parties In
united.""
Florida Branch ii comprised of
:2 Sisterhoods throughout the
tate of Florida and Puerto Rico,
rhe National Women's League is
the parent organization of over
?00 Sisterhoods in the Conserva-
tive movement with a membership
in exc< ss ol 200.000 in the United
States, Canada. Mexico and Israel.
Delegates from Dade County wil
represent Beth David Congrega-
lion. Beth Moshe, B'nai Raphael,
grtelite Center Temple. Alollie
Kalian, r Sisterhood of Bi 'h Torah,
Ner Tamid, Adath Yn-huran, Both
rov, '!( mple Emanu El, Temple
Menorah remple Ot Olom 11 mple
Tiferetli Jacob, Temple Zamora,
r< inp c Zion
Mrs Jacob \. ilfstein is pn -
li Mrs. ( hosier Leiter and lrs,
ence S he are sen in as
. hairman and vice chairman ol
he conf< n
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BISCAYNE FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
FIVE CONVENIENT OFFICES !N MIAMI
I"i 7TO Biscufne Elvd
Noilhside Shopping Center
lCy,9 N.V1. 14th IttNl
1600 Co-;l Way
a
Midway t: .11 Shopping Ccntci
ONE ON M'AM: BE0CH 401 Arthur Godfrey Road
E. ALBERT PALLCT, P.esident
A Happy P -ove: To All .
McARTHUR CAUSEWAY OC
MIAMI BEACH Si
soil
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Telephone
672-6801
PORTOFINO
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MIAMI
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MERCHANDISE BROKERS
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Phone 443-9651
GREETINGS TO All
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MRS. M. MILTON PkRRY
\mateiir Kadio Station
Sponsored By Temple
remple Beth Sholom and it?
Brotherhood have sponsored at'
amateur radio station for its youth
group in what Is b lieved to be
the flrsl project of its kind spun
sored by a synagogue. The radio
"shack" located in the temple's
youth center, is under the ilirv
tion of Andy Hilowitz (WN4CNX1
and Benjamin N'eniser.
liahbi I.eon Kronish. who con-
suited with Hank Both, a formei
student and "ham" operator, lit-
tore putting the project into on
oration plans a dedication cere
mony during which he will > .
directly to the Minister of
inunication in Israel as pan ol the
'ommemoration oi Israel's 2;>ili
anniversary,
A. Happy Passover To /-'l ...
ALLEN FELDMAN
& SON
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and
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1085 E. 14th STREET
Hialeah
HAPPY HOLIDAY
GREETINGS TO ALL
A Happv Passover To All
JOHNS
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PHONE 631-3811
12500 NW 7th Ave., Miami
JOHN PASTORtUA, Prop.
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1550 COLLINS AVE., M.B
MR. t MRS. AL P0DVIN
ANP fAMILY
379-0654
CodudA J/nc.
SUPPLIES /OR ARHS1S
373-3562
ASSOCIATED
ARTISTS. In,,
1822 Biscay ne Boulevard
Miami, Florida
SRAEL
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SWITZERLAND ISRAEL SPAIN
LED BY DR. MORTON MALAVSKY
JUNE 28-JULY 19 $1297
Ft. l.auderdale to Ft. Lauderdale
PETERS TOURS SHALOM TOURS
1800 S. Young Circle, Hollywood, Fla.
Mi*mi 944-4879 Hollywood 925-8222
GALA 25th ISRAEL CELEBRATION
(YOM HOATZMOUTH)
Sponsored by Zionist Federation-Israel 2."> Com*
mittee. Monday, May 7th, B P.M. ;il the MIAMI
BEACH CON\ ENTION HALL. 8,000 Celebrant*
are expeeted !i> ihe Concert highlighted by Miami
Beaeh Symphony Orchestra under the direct! m
of Barnett Briskin and Farband Zimrah Chorus
under tbe direction of Shinuel Fertdiko.
Guesl sneaker llonurabb* Edward Gurnet.
a
United State* Senator
Dr. Irving l.t-hrman.
Spiritual leader of Temple Emauu-EI
Tickets at 60. Lincoln Hoad, Boom 600
Priced at 91.00 and $2.00
Si-'.*
A
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ill
the greatest show on turf
SATURDAY. APRIL 21
$20 000
THE GREEN VALLEY HANDICAP
Longest Feature Race Of The Season
2 Miles On The Finest Turf Course
first iact SATURDAY
! OF REGULAR SEASON
1.10 us HIGHWAY ONE HAUANOALE
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? fJenlst Meridian
Friday. April 20. 1973
I
NCJW Reviews Vital Issues' j
Full amnesty for war misters i d?lcsates concluded that: "We, as munity private and public, the.
x*as endorsed in a full plenary Council women dedicated to the United .Nation.-, and our own goi -1
awl mi of the National Council of I full implementation of the Univer- .'tnment, to um all the moral
Jewish Women meeting March I ,-al Declaration of Human Rights, 1 po.itical. and economic machinery .
26-29 at the 30th Biennial Con-! surport this legislativt action in in their power i; halt the terror
vention in the Dcauville Hotel. j behalf of Soviet Jewry." and slaughter of innocent m n.
Leadership from across the On the international scene, women and Children
V IW applauded the "affirmative 1 With regard to domestic issues I
action taken by tne senate Foreign ncjw declared "strong opposi |
Relatioi mmittee in reporting tion to the abolition of the Office
favorably on the Inl f Economic Opportunity, the only
Convention of the Prevt:.:: a: d -pr.'- >siiian for the poor in our
country of this 100.000 member
social action community service
organization in four days of
sessions reviewed vital issues in
the light of the theme of the 80th
Anniversary Convention. 'Future
in Focus."' and from their perspec-
tive as women, American citizens,
Jews and volunteers.
Reflecting Council's support for
the Equal Rights Amendment, the I
1.000 delegates to NCJW's 30th
National Convention vigorously
applauded Florida 60V. Reubin |
A skew's statement that "We've 1
wasted a lot of talent in tiii= coun- j
try, stifled a lot of promi
and 1 ermitted a lot of 1
cor..""!'' injustice, simj Ij
people in olvi tl < nen.
has < ome foi 1
::: i| it-
.: miration by sex.
-in
nstituti >n ol th< utetl

J Nixon Ei 1
5 ou poi anci
'arism as charartei
n ay ol
luncil: "II
e to recogni
un ii ol Jewish Women 1. it:
''. : nil '-..' v for noort mt
ibu on il : as m it I
n through its d.dicati ar-
il in civic :;! fnii an '
ii teer community services :
te the well-being of tin y< .
Punishment of the crime of gen
ocidc, which has been languishing
in committee for ever 22 years."
and urged the Senate to ad\ and
consent to ratification of the
Genocide Convention.
This major American JewisP
women's organization expressed
h irror at the awful spectre 01
terrorism. "Convinced that weak
iiess an capitulation encourag"
the perpetrators to continue thei*
and the
biack assures th
cts will follow, t
uicii
inoi -- nl .
work by noted Miami Beach sculp-
toi Zcna Power.
,.! government." and urged Mrs Benjamin Beloff praised
Congress to "demonstrate it-: con j S;,te,.hood presidents. Mrs. Ber-
cern for the poor of this nation by nard Kaplan and Mrs. Al Podvin.
resisting efforts to abolish tlie | for tJleir leadorship i/ carrying out
OEO. j (ne project along with Mrs. Fred-
Reaffirming its stand thrt abor-; (.ric Miller, fine arts committee
ion i5 an individual right. NCJW I chairmen.
;>-kt.d Congress "to reject all pro-
posals, including constitutio. a.
amendments, which would undci
nine the decision of the Suprenu
Court."
The National Council ef Jewi I
- i- beginning it- 60th ycai
if program
: welfari

Emanu-El Sisterhood Sets
Dedication of Lehrman Bust
Tempi" Emanu-El Sisterhood was commissioned by the Temple
will dedicate a burst of Dr. Irving] Fmanu-El Sisterhood to *>e com
Lehrman Sunday afternoon in the pleted in advance of this fall's cel-
Pcarlman Mural Room. A 4 to 6 j ebration of Dr. Lehrman's 30th an
p.m. Passover reception will be niversary as rabbi of the eongre-
held for the first showing of the gation.
Plans for the Lehrman Day
School Scholarship Ball continued,
with a record attendance indicated
for the April 28 dinner and dance
in the Friedlar.d Ballroom
Chairman Murry Koretzky
stressed that there will be no fund-
raising and no speeches at the
black-ti", $125-a-couple event. He
Dr. Lehrman. rabbi of the Miami: said the campaign for scholarship
Beach synagogue for more than funds "already is the most tuccess-
20 year*, and Mrs. Lehrman will
attend the reception. The sculpture
ful in our history, but of course
the needs are the greatest ilso."
n I
Lehman
Vrratlgeg .James Daly To Star In
F
vwv roruni
Music and Arts League \f\fe FOOCl PrOdllCtS
'. 'it Mi/iir.'d.'.i ^t't
E'ects Mrs. Sheldon
Talent Showcase
ial "S
Shovcasi
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nt-.d b
; d A ;ue at 8:13
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disadvantaged and the .
.n our country."
National Precidi nl Mr? El<
n in was rein tailed for a ;ec
r.'i r co year term as head of thi
. i council 1
ng the closing ses: 1
q vention.
F ur of the five national vice
. esiden*4 were rae'wt'd: Mrs
Ruth Dolkart of New York. N. V.
Mrs Myra Fair of Miami Beach,
Mrs. Esther Landa of Salt Lake
ity, Utah, and Mrs. Doi thy
isenwald of Kansas Cit;
Mrs. Maricc Hal per of St. Paul,
ii n :- the newlj eleel d via*
president.
The now-, elected n ording
secretaarj and assistanl recording
rel ry are Mildred Schwartz
1 Memphis. Tenn., and Ba*bara
- .').! of Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs
I Cooen of Essex unty.
N J., was reelected treasurer and
Mi F I thman I Flushing,
N v.. elected assistant treasurer.
Besides electing a new slate of
fficers, the 1 000 delegate.-, rep-
senting 100.000 NJCW members
.-cro-s the country, issued three
Vpicai statements relating to
-ra. 1 and overseas Jewry, two on
the international community and
two on pressing U. S. problems.
As Israel awaits a true and last-
ing peace, the NCJW 'urges our
Government to continue its sup-
port and especially its understand-
ing of Israel's aspirations to co-
operate with her Arab neighbors
in order to create a better life for
all men. women and children in
the area."
In their concern for world
Jewry, Council deplored that in
Syria and Iraq, "Jews are being
deprived of basic human rights,
ncluding the right to leave their
country," and are "even put to
leatil for no reason other than they
are Jews. The NCJW calls up.m
the President of the United states
and the Secretary General of the ,
United Nation, to do all in thai!
power to relieve th? deplorable
plight of these beleaguered Jewish
communities."
Regarding Soviet Jewry. Council i
took the position that "current
legislation before Congress to'
deny Most Favored Nation stal
..is and credits to those coun ;
tries imposing more th.in a nomi-
nal exit lax would significant!)
benefit those Jews seeking per-
mission to leave but who. as a
condition ol leaving, must pa' 81
much as $35,000 per person." The
Tiif wi : -
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Friday. April 20. 1973

Mountain Lakes Tennis Program, Stables Enlarged
Recognized as one of the leading
camps in the country. Camp Moun
Tennis buffs will be able to take
advantage of the enlarged tennis
Camp Mountain Lakes in Hen-
dcrsonville, N. C combines all
Daniel Goldhagen
LINDA HENKIN
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Cathy Bearma*
David Zifhelboim
Cathy, an honor graduate of-------
staff and facilities at Camp Moun-
tain Lake this summer, according
to an announcement by Alvin and
N'annette Savage, owners a
erators of the popular
Carolina camp for boys and girls.'
Alan Benson has been ap-
pointed head of the five-member
staff in charge of five champion-
ship tennis courts. Individual
tennis instruction is included in
the all-inclusive camp fee.
Also enlarged this year is the
Mountain Lake stable which now
houses 27 horses. Riding has al-
ways been a favorite of campers
and the two rings, trail rides and
annual Horse Show are camp high-
lights.
modern facilities into a complete
camping program. A doctor and
nurses are in residence and a
tain Lake is a memuer of the
American Camping Association
nn Mill uursca ait- 111 i csiuciii-c duu a ., w:^',*
and op- mature professional staff th.qr-1 and has been awarded the h.gres.
North I oughly experienced in camping : rating by the North Carolina
r u _j \t.. Temple Judea Hebrew School last
Linda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. c c ._.._ u -aiiaieuu
Arnold Henkin. will celebrate her "* j* ~" ^AJSfri^ *
B it Mitzvah during Saturday morn- education to Confumation.
ing services at Temple
Hollywood. April 20.
Beth El.
Linda
J hri F.
S lOOl.
Kennedy Junior High
The Oneg StiaDDat will be hosted
by Mr. and Mrs. Bearman. They
S in the eighth grade at will also honor their daughter with
a reception and luncheon in
Temple ludea's social hall iniiiie-
Mr, and Mrs Henkin will honor diately following services.
their daughter at the Oneg Sha'o-
bi Friday evening, April 19. Maternal grandparents. Mr. and
Among guests will be the eelc- Mrs. Leo H. Eb.>tein. and paternal I Stark, who has filmed several In
brant's maternal grandmother. Mi's, grandfather, Daniel earning, local j ternatlonal Olympics as well
residents, will help celebrate their
granddaughter's Bat Mitzvah.
Brothers Scot! and Dale will be
Brothers Scot! and Dale will join
Cathy as she reads from the Torah.
Showing Of Maccabiah Film
At Seacoast Towers North
The Florida Committete, Sports
for Israel, is sponsoring the show-
ing of a film of the 1965 Maccabiah
Games (Mark Spitz' first Inter-
national competition) in the Ren-
dezvous Room of Seacoast Toweis
Ninth at 8 p.m. Monday.
producer Milton
M lurice R. Blackman. and paternal
grandmother, Mrs. Herman H.
Henkin of Philadelphia.
DAVID ZIGHEI BOIM
David, the son of Dr. and Mrs
Abraham Zighelboim, will become
a Ba"r Mitzvah at Temple Menorah,
Saturday evening. April 21.
David is an eighth grade student
a' Horace Mann Junior H
School.
The celebrant will be honored
with a reception and luncheon at
the Miami Shores Country Club.
Oul of town guests will include his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Velvel
lelboim, and aunt- and ui
li i) Venezuela.
p.VMEI. GOLDHAGEN
Dariiel Charles, the son
and Mrs. Paul Goldhagen. 8441
SW 16th Ter.. will become a Car
zvah Saturday. April 21 during
the worship services at Temple Oi
The celebrant, a seventh .
. ., a) Rockwaj Juni ir High
s hod! plays violin in the school
or ihestra and is a member of the
l iversity of Miami Boys' Choir.
Mr, and Mrs. Goldhagen will ,
honor their son at an open house j
in their home following the services I
and host a reception marking the |
occasion Sunday at 1 p.m. in the
Crooked Creek Country Club.
Among the honored guests will be
Mrs. Fanny Dafner, maternal
grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Lewin and family and Mr. and Mrs.
Gi.bert Bales of New York.
a a it
CATHY BEARMAN
Cathy Ann Bearman, daughter
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435 Hardee Rd., Coral Gables, will
become Bat Mitzvah during the
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i i nple Judea of Coral Gables,
S iturday, April 21.
The celebrant is a seventh grade
honor student at George Washing-
!> n Carver Junior High School.
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Biographer Ed Weiner, a res
of Miami Beach, will be the guest
speaker.
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rn Commemoration Of The
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
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EDITOR'S NOTE: Mr. Zuckerman i-1
a natior.il representative of the Far
band Labor Zionist Alliance, vice pres
idem of the Zionist Federation o'
Florida and president of the 500-mem.
btr Farband Lebediker Branch of LZO. '
largest branch in America. A former
columnist for the "Jewish Day." he
waa the first editor of the yearbook,
"Who's Who in Jewish Life." and co-
ditor of a New York trade journal.
By JOSEPH P. ZUCKERMAN
Had the surviving Jews under-
stood the nature of their doom, had
the world not assumed the in-
famous role of bystanders, perhaps
the German murderers' appetite
for sadistic killing would not have
ended with six million Jewish vie
tims.
On my table as I write these
lines are scores of photographs of
Polish ghettos, heaps of naked
corpses for burial in a common
grave. Gangster-Gestapo men look-
ing on cynically at the hunger-
swollen bodies of unconscious
women and children lying half
dead on the ground. A real inferno
before the horrifying man-
slaughter. Human beings became
cripples and living skeletons.
Emaciated by hunger and sickness. \
The number of dead mounted.
Children with old faces, with;
transparent jkin, shriveled and
yellow as parchment, these were '
he victims of the systematic!
process ot torture initiated by the |
Germans on the lirst day of the
occupation.
Had the Jews in Europe been
able to foresee their fate, thoy
would have chosen immediate
death in battle rather than prolong
agony that was to be theirs.
We must remember that the
Jews of Europe were not in the
six millions facing the Germans
as a united people, treachery and
misleading promises made by the
Germans divided the Jews into
groups, and this made the Ger-
mans' victory much easier against
unarmed helpless men. Still we
register many uprisings in differ-
ent cities where thousands of
men, women and children were
slaughtered.
The Wursaw Ghetto uprising was
not the first resistance the Jews
offered the Nazis. However, it was
the last one and the most heroic-
Jewish stand, united Jewry and the
survivors who are now residing in
Israel declared a universal date
to commemorate the Jewish heroes
who gave their lives rather than
surrender.
The date of the Hebrew Calen-
dar was "Chav Zion Nisson"; this
year it is April 29th and Memorial
Days are being held throughout
the world where Jews reside. The
survivors' slogan was: "Never to
Forget", and keep the conscience
of the world alert. In the archives
of the recovered books which were
hidden in graves we learn the
history of the heroic and tragic
resistance of the last remnants of
the Jewish people lighting to re-
tain human degnity. Undescribablc
strength was required to fight the
gigantic German mechanized army.
The underground organization
of half starved Jews kept alive
their cultural activities of mutual
aid and religious observance. They
realized to their regret that it took
them too long to believe that
humans can live with their con-
sciences practicing such brutalities
as they later learned from the
Jewish' grave diggers, who man-
aged to escape from digging the
grave- for Jewish people, who
were buried half alive.
Now the surviving Jews learned
the iruth that all the stories and
pron : e- by the high German
Bommanl ..hrenuorl) thai the
Jewi-h pcple will be employed in
essential industries, were pre
I'meriitat.d lies to deceive their
isictinis The cruel deception prac-
eed bv the Nazis gave strength to
the surviving Jews, and they
^Knned how to prepare a line ot
deft use.
The mass murders committed b;
JJje Nazis bv gas. scalding, electric
oeks and machine gunning, gau
vngth to the Jews to use ever)
sible means at the risk of their
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Ives for a speedy and effeclful j
attic. The walking skeletons in j
,ie ghettos became heroes. The '
mguish of every Jew. his grief for I
JOSEPH P. ZUCKERMAN
his loved ones, hi.; horror, had to j
ic avenged.
The last remnants of Jews
standing on the ruins of life and
omplete destruction, decided to
lie lighting. The sick, the weak,
the incapable joined in physical
resistance. All of them perform) d
he bravest exploits. They realized
that their weakness was in waiting.
permitting the Germans to de-
ceive, divide and murder, first the
Jewish intelligentsia, and employ
the riff-raff, the scum of Jewry
as their policemen.
More than ever, were the sur-
viving Jews convinced that time
s short, and that they have to work
iard and fast to prepare for their
ast stand.
They climbed in the middle of
;he night over the dead bodies
of women and children lyin?
slaughtered in the yards, to pick
jp any piece of metal that could
be used to forge a war tool.
By September 1942, it was clear
o the Ghetto leaders that they
were partly ready for the battle
but they still kept on preparing.
The Germans knowing of Jewish
unity, had not taken one Jew from
the ghetto to the gas chamber
except those who were sent out on
a mission to bring munition, and
were caught by the S.S. troops or
Polish and Ukranian gendarmes.
Every Jew knew that they could
rot survive. Mother, father and
hild kissed each other with only
me word uttered from their lips
"We must avenge the mass
niirder." Day and night they dug
bunkers with spoons, knives, and
vith bare hands. A whole system
>f underground tunnels had been
established with exits connected to
he sewers, which led oui from the
ghetto.
The most desperate crying need
was for weapons. Jewish ingenuity
vas harnessed, and a workshop for
renades and explosives was es-
ablished. The surviving Jews in
he ghettos succeeded in bringing
,nity to all. They fostered the
losest cooperation among diverse
.rotr"=. The Jewish spirit was
raised.
A strong resistance srouP '
veak. sick, and tired people was
lorn, who fought back with such
peed, that through sheets of
lame and gushing blood, they at
acked the S.S. troops and their
endarmes who guarded the
-hetto, and captured flame throw
rs. grenades, guns, leaving nun
Ireds of them dead.
Every Jewi h home bi came i
i every threshold a fortres
he s.s. and the Gendarme army
a- scared to come near the ghetti
inters. Thej wen astonished t<
.. ihat the Jewish defenders ar
ighting stronger, and hold out
,nger than '.he- Poles held out
lefending the capital of Warsaw
After the German, lost thou
,ands of men. they realized that
lewish heroism cannot be con
mered with ease, and they decided
o burn all the buildings to ashes.
rom the rooftops enrapt in a
i/t-is-jo-r
"talis", some in a Jewish flag, and
some in a Yoin Kippur kittel.
jumped into the flames of fire '
.Messages discovered later carried I
the dramatic slogan "this is a
struggle for common freedom foi
the Jews, and freedom for all !
humans and for social dignity."
In the last minutes of their lives,
with their clothes burning on their
bodies, they still cried out loud
"we shall not surrender! we shall
avenge the crimes committed in
Aushwitz, Treblinka, Belhoiiz.
Madanik"!
The resistance leaders from all
walks of life, appealed to the free
democratic world, to avenge the I
brutal killing of innocent children
who were shot out of their j
mother's arms, to avenge the i
crematoriums, was the unanimous
ast word. After firing last bullet
into the German herd., or throw-
ing the last grenade, they jumped
trom their highest buildings with a
"Shmei Ylsroel" to their death.
Some Jews were rescued through
be -ev.iis and canals that they
lug. and they united with thou-
ands of others, who fought the
Germans from the forests, and are j
now in Israel. United with all the
'ew, they are standing with j
bowed heads, bitterly crying and i
reminiscing and commemorating !
thn Yi-kor Day after the European j
holocaust.
Together with the Ghetto .
ongs written in the ghetto, and j
"El Mole Itachamim". they present
a new wish, supported with theii
.ives now strong, ready, capable
and willing to defend every inch
of Israel's soil. Their prayer is now
and also ours "may our brethren
in Israel speedily attain freedom
from fear and want, and be priv-
ileged to become leaders, and not
just bystanders."
Let us light a candle for the six
million victims, some of them, our
irothers, sisters and relatives. Let
us cry over the untimely death and
pray that God should forgive the
sins of the bystanders, who could
have saved so many lives and
didn't.
Services Friday
For Civic Leader
Athyle Kaplan, 59
Mrs. Athyle K. Kaplan, 59, ?n
ictive local clubwoman and civic
'eader for 35 years, died of cancer
Wednesday.
Mrs. Kaplan, a homemaker. was
'oi 'n New York City and moved
to Miami 35 years ago. She and
ur hu-bind. Harry M. Kaplan,
ived at 4310 Nautilus Dr., Miami !
Beach.
Mr. K->nlan was a former pres-
ident of Hadassah, past president
of the Miami Beach Senior High
PTA, past treasurer of the Dade
County Council of PTA and for-
ner vice president of Brandcis
Women. She was a memb?r of the
League of Women Voters. Mount
Sinai Women's Auxiliary, the
National Council of Jewish
Women, the Hebrew Academy
Sisterhood, the Temple EmanuEl
Sisterhood and Temple Beth
Shalom.
Survivors include her husband;
two sons. Jonathan 01 Toronto and
Air Fot-e Ma< Kenneth n '
Birmingham, Ala., one daughter,
Mrs. Cheryl Behrman ol .tudliu,
her mother, Mrs. Frcida Koch; B
brother, Hyman Koch of Cocoa
Beach: and three grandchildren.
Services will be at 12:30 p.m.
Friday in the Riverside Alton Rd.
Chapel Burial will be in Mount
Who Cemetery.
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Top $15.5 Million In Year
Fontainebleau Park, a COndO-
ninium and townhouse develop-1
ncnt at 275 Fontainebleau Blvd. 1
ar W. Flagler St. and 88th'
\ve., celebrated its first anniver-
a:y Feb. 18 by topping the S15.5 ;
nillion mark in sales according
o Jim Ottesen, director of mar- j
keting, Some 520 of its 647 nits
had been purchased.
New condominiums, townhouses
nd rental units are continually
teing built to meet the demand.
>ver 1.100 units arc presently
eady or under construction, and
\hen the 600-acre development is
ompleted. the park will contain
.i.000 units.
The Oakwoods condominium
'ownhouscs offer six basic floor
lans ranging from a two-bedroom
two-bath model to a three-bedro m
2'j-bith model with a garage All
townhouses lace either the fair
way of the championship Fon-
tainebleau golf course or have a
view of the park's 23-acre Mela
leuca Lake.
Each of the park's six 'country
club" communities has an Olympic
sized pool, complete sundeck, and
an all purpose recreation building
which contains saunas and gyms
Most have two tennis courts, and
bass-stocked lakes dot the park,
offering opportunities for fishing
and sailing.
Fontainebleau Park, said to
"have the advantages of a club in
the country" is only 10 minutes
from downtown Miami. It is being
built by Trafalgar Developers of
Florida.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
ilic undersigned desiring to engage In
business under tin- fictitious names of
PRINCE AllTHI'K APARTMENTS
and VAN CLEFF APARTMENTS Rl
IH)S6-tU Colllm Avenue and WtH Hard-
line Avenue, Surfelde. Kin. inund to
register aald names > i'h the Clerk >>f
the Circuit Court >. Dnn. County,
Klorida.
john ki:a.s\ozo\'1
jerry wei vkropol sky
NELSON & FBI I'd.'N. P.A.
Attorney* for applicants
MM Kane ConcourM
Miami B. ach. Kla. 331.14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage 1"
business under th. fictitious nami "'
G'NOVA at Won SW, 129th Terrace
Miami Fl. Intends t" reglater said
amr with th< Clerk ot '" Circuit
1 ,,uri ol Dad< County, Florida.
ClXo MARINE
4/20-21 4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to ngage In
business under <*< fictitious name ol
HOROSCOPE IOCNGE at 711 X.w.
:.7'h Avenue. Miami. Fia intends "
register said name with th< On* "t
ih.- Circuit Court "f Hade County,
Florida.
THE ovp 1 oWGE
Ct RP< iRATli IN
S Efronson
\ttom> v lor nnnlleanl
'.'> Alnsiey Building
Miami. Fia. 4 .;..;:,-4.,,
Palmer's
Miami Monument Contpoi./
3279 S.W. 8th Street. Miami
444-0921 44-0922
Closed Ob The Snbbt h
Personaliied Memorials Custi m
Crafted In Our Own Worksnop.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4919 J. GWYNN PARKER
. in HE: Estate of
MARIE HEED.
t If. as, (I _._
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To .Ol < redltora and All Persons Hay-
' ln| Claim." or Demands Attalnst Said
I Estate. _,
You ar< hereby notified mid required
i ui.M-iu any claims and demands
which you may hv asalnal tin es-
iat, ,.f MAK1K HEED deceased late
of Dade County. Florida, to the Cir-
cuit Judges nf Dade County, and file
ih. same in duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 733. 111. Florida Slat-
utea, m their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within si\ calendar months from the
time Ol the flrai publication hereof, or
the same will barred.
Dated at .Miami. Klorida. this IH day
of April. A.D. 1!>73.
Albert Re, d Jr.
.\_ Administrator
First nubllcatlon this notice on
ih, fl day ol April, 1!>73.
JERRY \ BURNS
Attorney for Administrator
26 West Flaarler Street
.Miami Florida 33130 ^^ ^^
JteuiH
Memorial Chapel
"JfWISH FUNWAl DMCIOKS"
&
IOCAL AND OUT OF STATt
ARRANGIMINTS
9472790
Attorney ior f mi
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IfGAl WOWf
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE D.VISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1503
Hon. J. Qwynn Parker
!E IM.-H. ..i
1 KANCKti Bl i.NTRAOKR NBIT,
uaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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UGAL NOTICE
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LtGAl NOTICE
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT
IN AND FOR
dade co:. ry. Florida
GENEH/-.L JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. F3-71M

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DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA NAME LAW
No. 73-7412 XOTK'K is HhKKIti OIVEN llial
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVIS ON ..l; |
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION i i .. ,.,, f
HAI.N PRODI I'TI ......ii IDS
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A Mil. A.U. I'll NAVE LAW
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NOTICE CF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SEHVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI
OF FLORIDA IN AND r'.A
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73
GENERAL JURIED CTION DIVISION
PETITION POM ADOPT
CHANC.F OF NAME
THE MM >PTIi i\ OF
JUKI 11Y
IN VINSON \\ ll'HY
VNH MBI.INDA ANN AH HI'
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Tii MARTIN VINSON .Mil;. ,
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CIVIL ACTION NO 73.8338 ,. .,', "' "
CE.NE.AL JORISRXTION DIVISION ,'
v ,,,, ., f, MARRIACE Uled
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
E-ZVENTn JUDICIAL CiHCUlT
IN AND FOR
DADE CCLVI >. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-1816
JOHN R. 3LANT0N
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IDA
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DADE COUNTY
PROBATb D'VIS
PROBATE NO 73
FRANK R. DOWLINC
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PROBATE D VISION
PROBATE NO 73-1778
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llwy., Coral rid...... \V.V"2VV R< "<" > >PMO| RDIXfl {J"e IS day of April. Wl
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HANNAH VV. fiO| tSTEIN
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NOTICE UNDER Fl ;TITIOU"o
NAME LAW
M'TI'K :.-' IIKKKRY OIVEN thai cd
' iindi'i'.'.ii-'iii <'.. dpHlrlna to encnRe In DATED: Vpril I. IH7.1
ii i. I -1- Hi, rii'titlnun '.inn of ItlL'H.t p P llltlNKEII I'lnrk
BEACH SHADE .v i;i.\ss ul m:. BY i: M KISSKI-;
\Vn~hlnKton a.,, in,. Miami \'- h lii-uui.\ i
ii.-n.l-- |., ri-,-i.i ii Id nn llli ivlth I'ir.uii Court .-' i.
i 'innit Court nf lade ; 13.>(>.>-
County. Kim i.i.1
PAP'. fUTCK------------------------- -
"1' IN THE CIRCUIT COUST or-" THE
' I ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
' VJ'ln :",VI IN AND FOR
'"' K'-"'1- I DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
____ PROBATE DIV'SION
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ,,, Rp. .... N, ;J
NAME LAW VHy 1 lV\-,;
NOTICE NERBI1Y OIVEN Ih. I \\. l.',jXX"
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f PI OVER1 BAF t -...... SERVICE |ne r B|m r 1 1". "" ,
STATION at No :. N.W. I-Tili Sir..' .-, "" r : ::...... Said
four, of Dade County, Flor- ^.Tt'nu may hav"'^"^."!
tats ..I MARY IA' INI. i......1 late
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
VOTICE IS HEHEIIY tllVBN that
. it.- uiiik-iHiKiii .1. ,;, Hiring to niniKv In
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v RHP \ Hi INDA ... ritFFT
|JN'M OF ; STREET and v i:.-i",
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VESPA Ml VSII, l\v
SIMON, HAYS S ORPNOV BHfl
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Miami, Fla, (37"
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NOTICE OF ACTION
. Ttjr IN THE CIRCU'T COURT Or THE U '-"' Av. 1. -
EL^E-NTH -"JDICIAL CIRCUIT :;:; ,v "."'] "I* II"
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTI /I ERVICE
I NO PSOPERi v,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CF THE
ELCVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
CF F- LOmr.'A IN AT'O F
DACE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 78-i
GENERAL JURISDICTION Di ISION
COMPLAINT
VVAI KEII KEITH HI 11 MIT,
l> VVAI BI( 1.f|| VRT, his ,
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M VIlK IU.1 ZITAPSEN .1
KI>VVI> DE.MERI1
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To: Mr Mark Holxhau-i-n
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YOP VRE HERE1 Y V' |.
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in for I'l.....Uff,
.III Rfl Kll VSXER
BAXTER & I'ICIKI MAN
Attoi I,, v for niinllrant
1 75 \ E 163rd si v. I
X. Miami H- mil. Fl. :: i":-1
3 30 l/fi
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
! I'.i.i. County, Florida to ihi P!r-
nit JxtHger nl Dade County, and filr
tnj name in duplicate .ind an pro-
vlded in Section 733 IB, Florida Stat-
ute*, in their ..ii;..- in the County
I Courthouse in Had.. County. I
nitnln .-Ix calendar month* from i)>.
1 nine ..r ih.. firs' puhllcntinn hereof,
'he aame n ill be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, ilii.- 1 dv
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'Al. CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. /S-S^
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
IN l:i' F MARRIAGE
A DEI.IN A 8OCORBO
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RAV.MPXIV) SOCOIUIO
TO: It VYMPNDO SOCORRO
A 3K3 Alms entre l.uz v
T..Illli-I;,. !{,.,,;,,,,, I.;,,,,,,,,,
Mavnna, Cuba
: HEREItV NOTIFIED
WOLF & BCHONINOER. PA.
At torneya for aonllcanl
n.tmi S Dadeland Borievard
Suite TM
Miami. Fla.
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NOTICE UNOF.R FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai
the uiidcrvli'M.Ml. dealrins 10 msaire in
bualneaa under the flctillou* name nf
CHAIN RECORDS al number !-. 8 K
"ih Ct., in the City of Hlaleah, Flor-
ida, Intend* to ri Flati the Maid
u-uii Hi. cii ii- .' .I i ircull I-..iin
..r Dade Couniv p ,-' 1
, "':;'' .. Florida, thin oth
day of Anrll, 1*73
''" J "^'TERPRISES INC
Eiurene I mli.h
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Attorney for Sylvia Shai I man
-Mm w.-Mi Fiaxler Btn 1 1
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OF FLORIDA IN AND FOP,
DAOE CC""tv
CIVIL ACTION'
GENERAL JURISniCT'ON D'VISION
CASE NO. 73.94->1
ACTION FOR DiSS^i UTION
,v .,.......0F MARRIACE
N RE: I UK MAURI \i;;; ,,
Loi.oRES SEOI i:a sai.ci |.o, ^^ ,
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fault will 1., 1,1 .. ,B .,., ,-,.,.
the plaint
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for Plaintiff
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OWEN that
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Avonnc, Miami, Florida Tel JM mi W. LEONARD J ItECIO
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N'OT,CE iff^Rfejy
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-P323
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
In 1:1. Batati nf
PMIRENCE TANNENn \i'\|
til .IS.ll.
... 1N?T!CE T0 CREDITORS
To AM < reilltora and Ml P.tw.i ll,.v-
H* 'alms or Dem !* Agali m Said
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v, 11 are hereby notified and reoulred
,". .";-"" any .|;,i,. and demanda
"lii.-li you in.M |..........inRi ,1... ..
';' ( Pl.OREVi-i: ,\ nVi:m:m.\|
'a.-..,l Iate f ,,,, roun ,,,,..
Ida 10 the Clrcull JudRea ... Dadi
,"UI"V- anl li 'in -..in., in duplicate
;'."'. ;'y nrovldwl In Section 733.1S.
fwrida Statute* in their offices
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Page 15-3
UGAL NOTICE
IfGAl NOTICE
UCAL NOTICE

LIGAL NOTICE
UGAL NOTICE
i
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SEHVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-7376
THI CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIKCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. rj- lfc.,-4
111 I
JOY Hl( -IIAIiliSiiX
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
9*0 All Creditor* s.....All I', 1-..,,.. llav
ik chum, or i..-......i. au.m-i s.u.i ii^v.'.':: ;V::^i.'::.:;'o.,.
You are. hereby notified ami r- < 111 t- i
to present any cl;tims and domainl.-
Which yOU max h;cv. aunin-t 11 .-
tate Of NANCY l;l'IIAI{l'S"\ il. -(
I late of Had. Cimix. I'l.'i iiln.:
in Ute Circuit Jinif > ... i .!. i.......>.
mill fih Hie Mill*' III dllldieale :inil li-1
provided in Section ;::;. m. Florida'
Statute* In thelrofii.es In Ih. '<>ui.t \ |
Courthouse In Hade Conniv. Florida.
Within \ cnlenilur nionlh* In.ill Un-
tune of the first nuidioniion hereof, or
the name will be Imnnl.
Piled .it Ml.uni. Florida. Ihis 21.
, IN THE CIRCUiT JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-16*9
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
in RE: Estate .!
.hi \.\ SCHEI1! liERlxtiEE
I iccetiseil,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i m ..MI.VH.it i: IXXOCEXT.
Petitioner
and
I ushand
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FO =
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 73-81:*
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I IN UK: Man ac. l
I......used ,"'T'1 '" ,;,:,:i:v-
NOTICE Is hereby alven llnil I hnw '"' .
filed my Final l.'iii'Hi ami Petition
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 70-4-128
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARCE
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE I '" All Creditors mill All Person* llav- |\ RK: Estate of
ini.' I'Linis i.i Demand* Acam-i S;ii.l NKI.I.IF COl.DIX
Estnle:
X'ou are hen by notified ami reauired
In pre*, i.i BII.V claim* HIMl demands ,
XVI M.I E IIRB GRIFFIN IXXOORXT, 'which ou may have aicninxl Ihe ex- for Dlxlrlbutlnn ami Final Pi.-, -ban." V. .. V ,',,II'-N-
Wife, Iten.........mi ""' of JOAN SCHEIU (IEKIXHERI a AdmlnlHtrntlnr of the estate of ,'Ul,'"'"" ... ,.
TO: xvil.l IK KICK i:i:irriN .l.,.as..i lute of Dude County Flor-, NKI.I.IK nol.DIX. deceased: mid thai "' T. ...... i
IXXOCEXT '<' '" Clreull Judffe* i.f Dade on or after ihi I hi di..... \lny, IFi'l !5- i l':'";1-""1
Vnr AKK HEEEI'.Y NOTIFIED Counly, and lib- the *anv In dupll-1 will apply to ih. II......ruble Circuit ,-, .I- ',,,'.'.'''.i' ,',....
Ihnl an action for Dltwnlutlon of Mar- J"' '""' :" '"v',l,<1 '" '""" ''3 f-mirl Judaic* of Had.- County, Florida "' '' ,;''.
rluKc has been filed iwalhsl you and niirMa Statutes, in their office* In for approval of anld Final IteiMirl and""' "" ",,l,", ''
you are le.iulred lo nerve u coin of, "he Counts t our thouse In Di.....oun- for distribution and rimil dlHchnriri "'"-'
your xvrlltin drfrnsc". If any, to ii "' .Florida, within bIs i-iilondiii nx Administrator of tit. xtnte of lie -'""
notified
......i M ir-
n filed naii11 >i > 'ii nnd
set ve a
a.,il. ,
dn of Mann. a.d. ii'T::
JACK l.nlV
Execuiur
Flr-.l nubllcatlon 01 iliis
Ih, :: dav of .March. !!;::
TiKu as .1. m Attoi u for I'.sc. ui..i-
KOI i- i 'omraerclal liiv.i
Ft. Ijiu. rtlnlc. Florid.i
:: 8n I .. i
. l'.\\ii:i. KKTTRR, nttornry for '".....h* ll""' the 'i'11
I', hi..... i. uhoKi RddriHH i- inn.' Con- puhllcittlon heriwf, or Hi
:i.s llulldlntr. .Miami. Florida ::::i:;-.: i ban-.-l.
and hi. the orlRlnnl with il......rk of nated nl Miami Mnrbh
the nlmve Ktyleil eourl .....r before "! March. A l. I'.'T.:
May I, l!i":i: otherwlw n defnull tvllli *IIik hfroiiMni
In ,ni.. .1 iicalliel \..u for il.- rellel A* fcxerulor
.i.in.i.....d in il.......mplalnt or petition. Flrrl iiuhllcullnn of thin
Th.- notice Khali In liubllnhi i once llle Sinlny ol March, I",'.
..oh v. I, for four conwcutlv.. weeka Bldnn hfronson
ii Tin: .h:\visii fi^iriiuax -....vi.i kstatroi.
VVITXKSS iii- hand 11 id Hie ..I of "A M'HRIII IK SIXtiKR
Mild niurl nl Miami. Florida on Ihlx i;l- V"i-i.a Cuddnic
"i il" ins' above-named
.-.I. i,i. Thi- ir.ih dn>
' your written defennea, il any,
.-..in.' "di .,i Mar.
i:i. ii aim noi ih \
Ihis 19, A. I VY ci:isr..|.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
FMOBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1676
J. OWYNN PARKER
In RE: Estate i
JOSEPH FKCMM.S
il, i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All I'.-rsoiis llav- I
Iiik Clninis or 1 >> n I Anain.-t Said '
Kslat.-: I
You ;ir. hen l 1101 .. d and roiuin-.l
to iocs, nt any claim- and d. man.Is
which yam maj i..w .mainsi ibe .-.--
27 dm of March, IH7M
l:i. 'HARD I' IIRIXKRR,
A- Clerk, in. till Court
' I i,i,l, CoUlllV. Florida
iiv n. ,i I'i'Y
\s i .. nul v del i,
ll'ircul I 'oui Si-all
' IIAXIRII ItRTTRR, KSiJ
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Florida I:
i in i..i |*i til Inner
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Miami. Florida
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the
tal.- of JOSEPH FRCMKKS !
h,i. nl | .ado Cotiniv. Florida, 1
I'ircllil Judge* of Had.' (ouniy .....I
file Ih- sam- in ......Ii. al.- and as I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-1691
John R. Blanton
In RR: Ratal.....'
M" IIRKH AXUKRROd
"notice to creditors
in the circuit court of the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1938
in RK Ki h......I
\ THAN TOPI.IN
....... nl,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All .'.. dliiii mid \il rwi li
Ina .'i.tiin- ,,< I.. in.iii.ls uitnhi i Said ih/nI
1 '"'': Vuu at
Noil arc III ri'lil liollfli .1 ..o.l r. .a.....I
i,. i,i.~.ni an.i .-laini.- and ili'iimnd*
which v..u may have iimtlual Ih. ex-
lal. .a Viilhiui Toplin deceaxi In I
LEGAL NOTICE
i in the c'rcimt court of the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 7.1-1669
GE-R5F E. SCHL'l.Z
! IX 'I'll i: ESTATE I >F SUM I iRCK
I In XX SCH Kill I.RRI.NCKIt
' on IRA l'< IEKX, attoi ii. \ for P. ii -
ii.....>-. who". ........ H S. I
HlKhwii;. Sun. ..... .Miami, Flu
an.i hi. in i nil th.
of lb. iiIkx ,,., ,, ,.,. |
May H, IH73: otherxi Ixe .. defnu v> ill
be entered njtninxl you for th.
di inauded In Hi i ..moli.....i
This n..(n shall be publish, d ni n
I, w. .-I- for I ii Ks
THE .IK\\ ISM Fl.i iRIIll.XX
i VVITXKKS n> I '.....'
.. .aid iurt ii imi, I I- 1.1* ll t
ol Aorll, Ifi?
ticH m:i. p. hrixI'ki:
. i i Court
Dad. n u Florida
III I! .1 KoY
V- ,li nul Clei
Clri-U I '.'in I S. all I 7
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE -=9VICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF tuc
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC' IT
OF FLORlnA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
hereby notified I ha I a n-i CIVIL ACTION' NO 7~
iiiiiiol onio... in I.. I..i ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
laxl will .....I I. siam,.i,i ,,| Hlllll dc-| OF MARRIAGE
. il. ni has In ii admitted .....rohnte In IX RR the in
ii.i Court You ... I- i. lo oinmun.l- AI.'KI Allt.X i XR,
.....nxi .1
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
''' i A I.I. PKKSOXS ixtrri
niR estate iik s.xin urck
' Pi'de County, !'.......a, lo Ih. Circuit I .,, ,,,', Vt. ,..., ,,,..,.,,.- ,., the | I' lo.'.ei
late of the fil i i ubllc 11 loll ..I Ibis no- and
ii. ii, appenr in said Court and show RRIMIIAII XOI'll ,XR
IuiIki-n ol Dndi Counly, and file Ih. I
sam in duoll...... nnd a- provided Ii
Socl ion 7.1.1.IR, Florbln Slalu
file the ram.- in .on' i. an. I as .,..- NOTICE TO CREDITORS ?',;......'' ,i ;,.... i ,. cauxe. R an> you call uliv lb. ltd..... Defendant.
vidod in S,o...... 7::.: I.;. Florida Slal T AM ,-,.,.,,......s !lIH| A|| (..,>..,,s ll.iv- ''"V, "',".\ ', '" ,',". L \>' il "' ?! '''"" I" admii line K.I III will In To REI.XIHAR Mil II XR
uies. In their off,..- in lln- 'uni-v iu claims or li.-maudt Anilnxl S'li'1, i V- ,,' i,' f," n, f imibute xhould not aland unrevo't.d ......,-,, ',, i:.,
Courthouse In lml.. Counly Florida I ,.;,,.. I b lit tar ... h- f,. ., h n n f tjKtlRUK K S.'IU'I/. I nur.l ......k
within six calen.lai- nmuilis i.-..ni I he ( vu are hereby noilf.ed anil reiiulieil '"' "' ; < '" '' "'"" nuisn, .. in. Clreull Court .i.i.ic. .-...i llnmdwiit
lino of the firsi iiuhlicalioii h.-nol. ,,, ,,.., ., Hny claims ami demands *' '.'.? V \i ',"," 'i-i .. i .i i RICHARII P IIRIXKKII I'b l< | XK\Y Vl'lRK N'EXX YuRK
...!... ^..n... ,-lll l, I,..i-, or the same will be burr
I'il.d ;,l Miami Florida. Ibis L'-i day
of March. A.D. 197"
CONSTANCE FI.'CMKRS
As Rx. uliix
Biliox. hays & cimnhu i:i..;
Atlorncv for Kxemuix
(At Xi.i-' y lluildini;
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-7075
,lii.h vou mnv have au-ainsl th.
lale of .XIII.DREH AXUEREtH! lie-
.axed lal. or pade County. Florida,
:,, ih. Circuit Juitaex of Dude County.
Hid fih- the sam. in duplicate and as
i.i.a kIi.I iii Section 7;i:i Ifi, Florida
siaiiii.--'. in their oi'i'ic.s in ih. Coup-
i Court houae in Dade County, Fhr-
ln. wllhln six calendar months from '\'".;,|,m' .- ,., ,.
ih, i.......f the liisi miblleatlon h,,.- < '> V,' V"~
,r. o, the sam. will i- barred, -.V ; t I
iimi.-.i al .Miami. Florida Ihlx 2S day ';" I" nr lehrman
.-,... i. i. ii.-,. in.oui (,,i
Filed al Miami. Florida, n
of Ma.-.h A n li'T:
Ei i XV, Komiti
Hal.I.i IrVlllg lilolllan
As Co-Kxeculors
First nuhllcalloll of this ioi
tin- :' llav of March, 197^
Cnldln, h'.uan. Rnthenhi'ru &
i' March. A l> l7
II EHWIX XXDRRRtRI
As Administrator
First publication of Ibis .....Ice on
ih, ::.. duv of Ma-. I.. ",7:
.;"..\ l-'.l! WKIXSTRIX .x- STAC1IRR,
P \
Miami rteacb, Pin.
Koirnn .<
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GENERAL JURISDICTION D'VISION '' SI Sialih. 1 ':.!
ACTION FOR DISS01 UTION lorm-v for Eslate of
OF MARRIAGE
IX !!!: The marri -. ..I
GARTAXA ORRA.'I
and
SQi'iiii; i:rraci
T(<: SOPHIE flKI: MM
_':: Ashley Slid 1
I:. Boston Mas tIiu'.
n
YCi- ARE HRRKISY NOTII 'EH
Mildred A."I. reac
1-.11 I in...In Road, .Miami I'
Florida
HI I ..
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME t AW
Ni ii'li'l-: IS IIEKRin :'\ RX licit
the undersbrned, dexlriua lo nuai;. In
.11 -s under the fi. iiii.iis name of
SCXRIRE COXnOMIXII'M I.IMITKD
l*ARTXKHSHIP al Ililli N I! B*1
Street. Mom. mead, Floi Ida JSflSn, In-
lend to resistor wild 11 inn Itlt Ihe
Clcrl of 11 ''in ull Court lcol.
. '.at 111.\. Florida
DKOVI'SR 1' PRCRY
I 1 HITS F '. IIXRRl ,
t XTHIIXV TAR XF V
Y.X M11 IS.X IAS
XIIRFE IXVESTM EXT I IXC
ACTIO*' cnl3 nissoi UTION
OF MARRIAGE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCT. VE SERVICE
that an action f...... IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF the HARRIS ft SIHKIX. \'.J>
riane has be, "i......) INr, bvpnth ii'Dir-Ai. ririiiT '",'.' ,'"' ,
yon an rertuirei' 1.. s. n a 01
your written d. n any. 1.1 11
on MICHAEL I' i'H \ -'':. ->'" v
for rclliioner. v> he ad. '
N.K 10th Avenue n. i Hi .Miam r. 1. I
Florida J3IB!. .....' |i!' '"
with the clerk
,,,,,, 1 ir hefo.e M iv 1
,1, n1.1i- will 1 i'. .' avail'
m.ii .. the re' I. in.in.1. .1 i' lb."
cinii'.!..... or o. 'il
This I all I 1 >!
ii-,l. v......k tl *"
11: JEWISH r
WIT.NKSS ni' '
aid .. a !" '
2:1 day '' ''in'1 '
> i?n -
A- Clei'
Dade .
n- i'
As 1.
(Circn.11 .....
JMC'.'ii'l 1 1 '
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N.....
Attorney for Pi 1
Rj I cis F. PASTORFIEI.I
rieoulv ci. rk
' SlliXKY EFRI iXS< X
v. 1..in. v for Exis'Ulor
'''' Ains'el T-llil.li.
' Ilia ml, Fieri,la IIS 13a
l'ii-l publlenlloti of ihis not |ee
: da.i oi April, l!7a
-I 13-I'i-a; :.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73- 1366 (R.-- -.
IX RE
lil'AEIHAXSHIP 1 IF
1,1 IXAI.I1 'A lil. la IX HAREXKI 1,
1 .Mm..1.
NOTICE OF ACTION
111: I AKI. Ill 1XI1AREXKI >,
XtiC Aiii: HKREII1 XOTIFIEH
l>. I ll i.-o has I..... filed ll)
,. .1 1: PKIHM mid .1 \. K I'RI il!
Ihe apiioiiilmenl ol s li in E I'RI US
VOC ARR IIRRRHY MiTM'HT*
Ihnl an nciion for Dissolution ..1 M ir-
rbiR. has l.i.n file.1 nuuliixl > 11 .....1
you are i.-nuir.-.l In sel'X'e a .-..|'\ ..f
your wiiii.n .1. i.'i-.s. ir an> lo it
on HCARR3 & CARIUCARTR. P.A.
attorne) for P#iltloiior, whoae adilresa
- .|.-.:. S \\ F'n-I Sire. I. Soil. \o
"nl. Miami. Florida :*:'.1!10, and nle
ilie oiiuinal with III. clerk of ihe
abnx'e slyletl .-niri on or befor. May
11, IM7:! .ah. 1 i... ., .!. fault 'il ''
entered aKiiittxl you for Ihe n-llel de-
111 .nl. a 10 il.....in,in mi <. i.. ll
This notice shall o. nub 1
1 for four .......uilvi
1 ,11 Tl 11: .1 EtVIRM Fl-i "IHI 'I v X
IVfTVRRM mi lined and s. f
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Kks ol..
flu
ml nl Ml
... llarc'i, |"S.
RICH XRIi I- [IRIXK I'M:
A erl In ull 1 'nun
I imle '011 n11. Floriila
Hy 1: m kissi:i:
v. p. nul 1 :.ii.
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sc \i:i:x g, xrric xrtr, P
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X'i iTIFIRP
NOTICE A.'TION
CONSTRUCT I VICE
(NO P"
IN THE CIRCUS IURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL C RCl IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
OADE C I'N-i V.
CIVIL ACTION N
GENEPAl. JURISDICTION r>" ON
ACTION FOR O'SSOi i;
OF MARRIAC.E
TN RE THH MAl'RI X'lE
JOHX KKAKKE llu
Petitioner
and
DOROTHY <: KRARSI-:
IJesliiilni. II'
TO- DOROTHY r'' ,;';'
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 73-8073
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IN THE I1TH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 73-7*11
CENERAI- JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION-!
UK The .....
.IE XVXE PA VIES,
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' NOTICE OF ACTION
l.cll.rs.....11.1 hip to si CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
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Imuld noi 1 itrauted lln
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IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF
ELEVENTH IUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNVI
CIV'L ACTION .
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OF MAF.riiAGE
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T<>- DOROTHY ',.' '.,'- ,.,.,..,..., in THE CIRCUIT "OURT OF THE
Yi'l' Will -I "I'-) .'"Il'.l" eLEVENth JUOlC'Al. CIRCUIT
thai an BCtlon ELEVtNl^ ^^ ^^
rUute has beei n dade county Florida
you an HU re. a .oui 01 No 73.48C6
II

CIVIL ACT ON NO n '
ION I DIS riON
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HZ KI EXA I'.' IDRIOI P.7..
XX'Ifi I' Ioi
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Hill, ill, Ri .....I.nl
Ti 1 t||| EliCARliO RUliRICI
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torney I 1
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Ihe Clei Iyled 1 '.'in 1
m or befor.
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your written def. 1 il any. il
plain) or petit.
Tins notiC > onl.l.-h-.l
1 !:, dellei iWIII
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. 11,al an acl..... fi r Illssollllioii .1 XI.I- This iiotln llnil PUb
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1 ii hose mil
Mi.no I .....' II. ''" RK'" MM' I' '
il'i.i.iI ivllh In of Ibi liove' \.....|i 1 i.url
.... led ..." 1 ..a 01 h fon X> I 3n 1 mil), rloi .In
, in?*. ,..i ,|. 'hi" a 111 In MM"
I ter.-il a* tllixt you ".'KIM.T li X\ HITE
1 iTIFIEP ma 11.1.-.1 In tin ni' > Alb
p'etVti.'in nil ,\i.....lion hai beei Thl hull In PuPonl lluildin
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IN THE CiRCUIT COURT OF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIP
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JUKISmCTION DIX
Na '3-7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In 1: The Mar law 11
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I. iSEPII liRRARIl Ol IX'IRIi
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in THI. li:\V ISII '....."" '
WITNESS : ""' "
said .oinl al XI' o- I'lo.-nlii
J7 dav of V
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tllami. FI..rl.'-i "' "
llorn.-v for P. '"' ,;|1 ( ,.,
u! filed, nnd you ..... reciulrnl '" serv.
\..................het o' ol. t in ih.
Xttorney. I FSTRH Ron
' |.;i;< !>,.. 11.14 X XX 'Till \'
1 id file thi
in Hi) 1 Iffli !' Ho f'l. B Cll
1 ..ml ......r before N da) id
j|j r 7 If y.m full In dn -" ndop
|i..n .. Ill III c-
11 XTK1' Mi.'ii 11 ide 1'......v.
Florida II li : day 1 Am .1
Klf HARD P. IIRIXKKR
Clerk. Clreull Couri
( Uy: C. P, CIH'KI AXH
1.. t -.. 1 > Clerh
4/8-13-211-27
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
X11TIOR is 111:1:1:,:x tilVKX Iha
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. I U "I- 'hi flelillollS I
i-ri AXTfC \\ I > XX I is -- at '
v XX' .....Ii Street..Miami, Flu
,,, roc.-1. r -..'.1 I."" "" '.'"''"
Ihe cirr-uh Conn ol 1 ..... County.
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Ell RfHiKRS i:s.. ivh
ilress 1- in X x\ I7lh Ax snu. M
ami, Florida
,..,1 u nli Hi. fieri, of Ih. Bin fe J <
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11, 1 ,in v ill I'. red
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NAME BRANS G'FTS FOR EVER- R
SAVE 52
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ASST D.
COLORS
OR
DECORATED
VIVA
TOWELS
JUMBO
ROLL
LIMIT 4 IIOUS PIEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
Of $/ Of MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
LIGHTl '
SALTED
QUAKERS
OR YOUR CONTINUED PASSOVER S-0PPIN5
MAKE POOD FAIR YOUR HEADQL-RTERS
ALL FOOD MARKETS WILL BE
CLOSED SUNDAY, APRIL 21
LAND O' LAKES
GRADE AA'
BUTTER
I LB
PKG.
69
LIMIT ONE PKG PlFASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
Of $7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
BONUS SPECIALI SAVE 28' ON 2 BTLS.
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LIMIT ? BOTTLES PLEASE, WITH OTHER PURCHASES Of $7 OR MORf, EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
HALF
GALLON
CARTON
LIMIT ONE CARTON PIEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES
Of $7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
READY TO SERVE
Nice Tea Ice Tea
46 OZ
CAN
CHIAM STYLE OR WHOLE KERNEL
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Stokely Golden Corn 4 '&S 89
SAVE 20 MOGEN DAVID OR MANISCHEWJTZ
Table Wines =?109
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SAVff ON COUNTRY FRESH FRUITS VEGETABLES'.
GA.-FLA. GRADE A' FRESH ICE
SAVE I0i AMERICAN KOSHER
Franks or Knocks
SAVE 1J ALlfLAVORS
Borden's Yogurt
SWIETMILK OR BUTTERMILK
Borden's Biscuits Ja'.",
DELICIOUS
Master's Lemonade $%S&
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PKG I
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CUPS I
Van 10c
33
PARTT SNACK OR
Vita Creamed Herring ',?.' 79c
REAL OLD FASHION
Reddi-Wip Whipped Creamed 59c
WHOLE BREASTS
(WITH BtS)
WHOLE LEGS
THIGHS
DRUMSTICKS
DELICIOUS
Master's Sour Cream
FLORIDA FRESH MEDIUM
Grade "A" Eggs
16-OZ
CUP
DOZEN
43'
59'
SAVE 16' MRS. FILBERTS
MARGARINE
GOLDEN
QUARTERS
1 -LB.
PKGS.
SAVE 6 BANQUET FROZEN
11-OZ.
................PACKAGE
SALISBURY STEAK, TURKEY, CHICKEN, CHOPPED BEEF
DELICIOUS FLO-SUN
Orange Juice
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ONLV AT STORES WITH SERVICE COUNTERS
All IUNCH MEATS SLICED TO YOUR ORDER
TOtuuUnfrd Gated (fauU/
MADE WITH PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING
IN OUR MODERN BAKERY1
SAVE
QUART
CONTS.
ALL WHITE MEAT ^WW p.p. brand king size .
TURKEY ROLL WHITE BREAD
SAVE
40' LB.
QUARTER
SAVE
1-LB.4-OZ.
LOAVES
SAVE Z4, LB RARE OP MEDIUM SAVE ic TWIN ClOVERLEAf PARTY FLAKE
Roast Beef %'"" 79c Brown & Serve Rolls 33?, $ 1
Wt RESERVE THE RiCNI IO LIMIT QUANTITIES NONE SOLO TOOEAURS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS.
SAVE 10-REFRESHING
Falstaffff Beer
12-OZ.
BOTTLES
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