The Jewish Floridian

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

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02309

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"drewislh Floridian
Combining THi JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VotiI m Number 18
Miami, Florida Friday, May 4, 1973
Two Sections Price 25 cents
Israel To Observe 25th Anniversary;
Egypt Calls For Total Confrontation'
Jews' Situation
Worsening In
Syria And Iraq
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
World Zionist Executive met
this week to hear updated re-
ports on the worsening situation
of Jews in Iraq and Syria. It
issued a call to all governments
and enlightened public opinion
to fight for their release.
The session, chaired by Louis
Pincus, was apprised of the mur-
der of the Kashkosh family in
Baghdad, the kidnappings of
other Jews and persecutions in
Iraq. The situation of Syria's
4,0005,000 Jews was also dete-
riorating, the Executive was told.
The Executive called on Zi-
onist organizations around the
world to press governments and
public opinion on behalf of Iraqi
and Syrian Jews. "The Jewish
people and all men of good will
shall not give up the struggle un-
til all Iraqi and Syrian Jews are
set free," the Executive declared.
The Knesset resolution on this
issue, passed Sunday with only
the Rakah Communist faction
abstaining, stated:
"The Knesset has heard with
anguish and anger of the murder
in Baghdad of all five members
Continued on Page IS-A
Jerusalem Ready
For Celebration
Cairo Returns Mirage Jets
To Libya After Paris Acts
PAWS (JTA) French gov-
eminent has reportedly been in-
formed that the 18 Libyan Mi-
rages last reported in Egypt
have been returned to their orig-
inal base near Tripoli, reliable
sources said here.
The sources said that infor-
mation to this effect has been
obtained from both French and
American soirees.
Libyan President Muammar
Qaddafi recalled the planes from
their "courtesy visit" to Egypt
as a result of French diplomatic
pressure, and in order not to
jeopardize the future delivery
of the 50 Mirages .'till to come
under his 1970 arms agreement
with France.
The French pr>'-s cteimrd tint
American C-130 M-i- 1-. recm-
naissance plane* oiv f v
was attacked by ;.:!>>;..
March 21, had obtained the first
available evidence the planes
were in Egypt. The VS. Air
Force has also supplied infor-
mation on their return to Libya,
the sources said.
The 50 outstanding Mirages
arc to be delivered to Libya by
the end of 1974 unless France
decides to halt deliveries.
Government circles here de-
nied reports in the Israeli press
concerning negotiations for addi-
tional sales of French aeronauti-
cal material to Libya and stressed
that less than 20 of the 60 Lib-
yan Mirages are operational and
that several years will be needed
for the Libyan Air Force to "di-
i;est" its original order.
The irepared
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PRESIDENT N1X0N
Nixon Taps
Garment
As Counsel
WASHINGTON (JTA)Leon-
ard Garment, a Brooklyn-born
Jewish lawyer, has been entrust-
ed with the awesome responsi-
bility of representing the White
House in all aspects of the
Watergate case, President Nixon
announced this week.
Mr. Garment, who has been a
special consultant to the Presi-
dent regarding minorities and
civil rights for almost four years,
undertook his additional duties
immediately after meeting with
Mr. Nixon at Camp David.
"The President said, "Mr. Gar-
ment will represent the White
House in all matters relating to
the Watergate Investigation and
will report directly to me."
White House Press Secretary
Ronald Ziegler announced Mr.
Garment's app ilntment along
with that of Elliot Richar ii
who has b< n named to s coed
as
General
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By Special Report
JERUSALEM Hundreds of
thousands of Israelis and tens
of thousands of visitors pre-
pared to celebrate the Jewish
state's 25th anniversary of inde-
pendence Sunday night and Mon-
day amidst an atmosphere charg-
ed with both joy and tension.
In Cairo, Egyptian President
Anwar Sadat said the United
Arab Republic "has entered into
a stage of total confrontation
with Israel." He urged Egyp-
tians and other Arabs to pre-
pare for war as "the only way
to regain occupied territories in
the face of continuing American
support for Israel."
Israel's decision to stage an
Independence Day parade as the
highlight of Yom Haazmaut cel-
ebrations was approved by all
segments of the Israeli govern-
ment and population, public opin-
ion surveys here disclosed.
Premier Golda Meir declared
that nations which did nothing
to save Jews from the Nazi holo-
caust 30 years ago have no right
to preach morality to Israel to-
day.
Mrs. Meir spoke at a Warsaw
ghetto memorial rally at Kib-
butz Yad Mordechai, named
after Mordechai Anilewitz, com-
mander of the Warsaw ghetto
uprising of April, 1943.
The audience of 15,000 was
standing under torches that were
kindled in memory of the Jews
who perished in the holocaust.
She mentioned no nations by
name, but spoke bitterly of
"those who today try to preach
morality to Israel (who) were
(ContlntHHl on P*K 13-A)
Jewish Nationality May
Be Deleted By Israelis
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Supreme Court ruled this week
for the first time that an Israeli
citizen may delete "Jewish na-
tionality" from his identity card.
The ruling, by a three man
bench, culminated a 17-year le-
gal battle during which Yeshaya
Schick. secretary of a kibbutz
youth village, sought to erase his
Jewish nationality on grounds
that he is "cosmopolitan."
A district court had ruled pre
viously that while Mr. Schick
could refuse to be ciassiti '
Jewish by religion, he i
deny Iii- .' w shness un I
m. The Sup
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in by the other two justices,
stated that both religion and na-
tionality "are subject to a man's
heart, teith and personal phi-
losophy."
The ruling is expected to re-
open a bitter controversy that
died down after the Shalit case
was resolved by the Supreme
Court. In the Shalit case-, the
court allowed children born of
a Jewish father and anon-Jewish
mother to be registered as Jew-
ish by nationality.
Interior Ministry officials told
the lewish Telegraphic Agi
th; tlu ire study*i the nil-

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Beach Salute, Dinner Mark Israe
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Flamingo Park Festivities Eban Visits
May 16 For
Top Tribute
Scheduled Sunday Morning
Sen. Gurney Speaks Monday
At Convention Hall Rally
Flamingo Park will be the
scene of a festive community cele-
bration of Israels 2>th Anniver-
sary on the eve of its Independence
Day, Sunday, May 6, at 7 p.m.
Mrs. Ira Rothfield, chairman of
the event being sponsored by the
Israel 25 Committee, has an-
nounced that the evening's pro-
gram will include a number of
selections by "The Chosen Chil-
dren," a unique group ranging in
age from 11 to 18, singing opti-
mistic Israeli and American songs
to the modern style of todays
youth.
A group whose primary Interest
is in discussing and understanding
vital issues confronting the Jewish
people globally, the vitality and
enthusiasm of these youngsters in
presenting musics] programs and
in actively Involving the participa-
tion of their audience is causing
a sensation wherever they appear,
according to Mrs. Burton R. Levey,
chairman of the Israel 25 Commit-
tee. Adult organizers of the group
Continued on Page S-A
Maj. Gen. Avraham Ycffe, one
of the most successful commander;
during Israel's victories in three
wars against the Arabs, will visit
Greater Miami Thursday, May 10,
in preparation for the Israel Silver
Anniversary Dinner welcoming
Foreign Minister Abba Eban.
Gen. Yoffe, now Director of
Israel's Nature Reserve Authority
and one of the world's most re-
Contlnued on Page 13-A
Billed as the largest Salul! to
Israel celebration in the na
th American Zionist Federation
will stage its community.vide ob-
servance of the State of Israel's
anniversary of independence
Monday night at the Miami Beach
Convention Hall.
Sen. Edward J. Gurney, senior
U.S. Senator from Florida, will
be the keynote speaker at the
rally which is cosponsored by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, all Zionist organizations in
South Florida and scores of other
Attendance at the 8 p.m. Sa-
luie to I rael is expected to ex-
ceed the record 3,f>00 who at-
tended the 23rd anniversary
celebration in the Miami Beach
Municipal Auditorium, accord-
ing to general chairman Gerald
Schwartz.
Both admission and reserved
scats remain on sale at the Con-
vention Hall box office and at
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Edward Shapiro Elected
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one wr>-/%e pragma -* a aoarea
-,: pride sod -; xoD d _= wfasraw ^-e bva.
Bonooadad fc a oexpbc nririwd lo aaafeoy .
E rm -a *e villa "-'_-. iM mh Eroe the M.-idle East -2
akai BOOM -- those oe :::/-: are anparac id ::
real to ike haoal
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'.'% -_-re -%-%-.-%c .-. theaa foal 2S yean ol Am Eaadfln
3*-re ol lsr~e. are only the beszniaq of s oea er~ of
peon .--.' iriZJ ba area cm prr- of the -.'.-:.:._..- oovenaal
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Censorship Still Barbarian
O^e ct tfaa dark aigb i ot Western :.-r..iz.~-zr. -kzs
May Ifl 1933 vrkaa --e ::- >:^:.~i itadaata oi rfaxi
Ganaaay baraad daoaaaadi ol booka by knriab oafboi
wbc Iflea Tboaaoi sad Hainrick Moos sod Aaaaricoa
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cooic3. .'.e-K-spapara, ~^gcz^-.es p.-y ~.^ i nrbw
iz.i-5 -.:',-.-.': -_r.e world r.c or.ly .r. L Ixroei as we.. N'v-.-c on z:z~z'.z m pabfec bonkacj of
oourie. bw m (ka tree erpress:o^ of fre* p^r>
pla canaonh.p U every b* os buibuiiua d r^r-^r. of
hostil* to freedom, as the Hoof booWberr^ic -: .
Programs No Laughing Matter
ir:e zr.r.^.r.z^ -.- -,: Sr.cge*. Lovea r^rr.:;
for :^r- vjci .-.as oeer. v. -ted -o lawiak paaaaBM '-
--"- ;- --s -^^ tie.-:ed ^y CLS
Tr.e -.'.-.. respecrec HoSortci Ccrr.olk ?^^e: aaM
r.e record Bfeakghl .- a recaal coiurrn. Rer.ewic dM
er: /.r.er. .r f_-r oegcm kw fell, it aoid Wfe wk* M a
y..-.* -er&je. not .-J becaus* it z^.z-.y. another aft
ecumenically, but because it is in poor taste." wh^ch was
our editoricl opinion as weU at the time. Toe fnijll
''- Co".'.obc publication pointed out. "parodied lews anJ
Catholics and scofJed at bebefs that mean a great deal
to them."
While charges of censorsbip bare been made, and
some exaggerated statements issued about Jewish surriyal
being at stake, in reabty the protests concerned misrepre-
sentation, defamation and bigotry and none of these hare
any rested rights on the public airwaves. Shoddy pro-
grama lik* "Bridge* Loves Berrae" and "AJJ in the Family"
arm act laughing matters.

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Syrrai Meyer of the Utaai Ne-rj
wocu: one it *-: pan ..
aas '- '--. aattaaat of -aoral
gnttias real k --. 'lees-
Tfce -ysten. 'as WaVaai Baek-
ley sonewhat -i'.~ an** tsr*vtlr
ex-Uined it recemiy in asking
wbat :f President Nixon wss
guilty; momU not calJ for the isa-
pearnmer-t of a man "widely be-
lieved" te have obstrveted
jnstke. bat for sis censure by
the Csagjress.
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cal western country, voaki r-
aalt xa the resign naoc of tse
duef esscutave. Bat America's
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were j.. wiaatal la be frandal
toped by the III nilili
can m ------ the pvka
.:' i free -_s group.
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something called the ~ls-
.Anverican Poirt.cai Action
e" pubushed leaflets
X)P senatorial eaa>
dibai* V -amer in the
caaape.-.:. at Premier FLORIDA kav requires that a
proeainent person so depicted
most grve authorimtion in -rrrt-
me. and none of the newspapers
which first ran the advertise-
ments bad such authorization nor
did they obey the law which
states that the party or persons
pryirg for the ad be clearly sta-
ted sot, as was the ca-e. the
aaii type "Paid Political Ada."
Sana potatoes, right, eoae-
with s-andreds of thoo-
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Ttjx ::- :'t :r>? -:
nans aa i
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-iards demande-:
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Ike .Amerxaz
ii a ajca :4 me time*
JackaatwOle chairaaae >:
'.tke '.'. '.--ir revohrtior-
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e to bring aboat a ra
change in the system.
To have in office hi If!
Praideat tied to Wafgau
elements in oar soaety
orin-, shame to the off.o-:
to the naoon. proves :
. dees not wort ac-i
already in serious Iraahlt
before :t brought about h^-
tp. :n 1968 and 1*72.
(EpiUgoe: The caaiain above
was -rrtu-o. as aiaal. aver tr*
weefcea4. before Presideat !*
as M-ada? sight speech. It
does oat reaaure any change for
he. im. defeasted the -rrstem
aod when that leads to a Sisea
and eaai again I will stks
to wy thesis. As for the speech.
it kali o of hoTav Kewp-
toe'e 19M atiuaatiaai of '-K
wans haggage on the caaaaaua
trail. -Thatjs f*>- the
eeShep said. "Vs svafhetk. bat
as amw psaahr whest afs treated
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8 of Dade's Outstanding Citizens
Recognized At Awards Luncheon
The search for Dade County s
outstanding citizens ended Thurs
day. April 26. at a Dupont Plaza
luncheon when awards patron
Joseph M. Lipton, chairman of the
board of Dade Federal Savings
and Loan Association, made the
presentation io Sister Margarita
Miranda.
None stand taller than the dedi-
cated woman who saved 2,000
children from the dangers of the
street," he said. Known as "the
little nun who gets things done."
she is the founder of Centro Mater,
a non-profit center at 353 S\V 4th
St. providing supervised activities
for Spanish-speaking children and
aiding needy Latin families.
A native of Havana. Sister Mi
randa. now 59. left Cuba in the
early 1960s going first to Puerto
Rico and then to Mexico. She wan
later transferred to St. Louis. Mo.,
where she served as chairman of
the Spanish department of Mary
ville College before ccming to Mi-
ami in 1968.
Only hours before the 26th an
nual awards luncheon took place.
Sister Miranda learned that the
Miami City Commission had ap-
proved a project she has long been
supporting the establishment of
a Latin community park on the
Miami River at Flagler Street. The
park reportedly will be named in
Technion Executive
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Plan Fall Event
Norman J. Kasser. president of
the South Florida chapter of the
American Society for Technion.
has called a meeting of the execu-
tive board for Tuesday evening,
May 15. A 8 p.m., at the home of
Ronald Stark.
The principal concern of this
the annual founders dinner which
meeting will be to make plans for
has been tentatively scheduled for
Tuesday evening. Nov. 20. This
event promises to be a most unus-
ual one since it will feature a per-
sonality of international prestige. |
Among other items to be dis-
cussed are the expansion of the|
successful young adults group of
the ATS in Coral Gables, the es
tablishment of a special project for
the Technion and the recent mem- ,
bership campaign launched by the
chapter which at present has yield- j
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Mr. Kasser urges all members
of the executive board as well as
interested members of the local
chapter to attend what will be
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Mr. Lipton introduced Ralph
Renick, news director of WTVJ,
who named seven former Viet-
lam Prisoners of War who are
residents of Dade County, as "Men
a the Year." Receiving the award
for the group was Lt. Com. Ralph
E. Gaither, Jr., a pilot shot down
over North Vietnam and held cap-
tive for more than seven years.
Among the former POWs hon-
ored were Lt. Col. Alan L. Brun-
itrom, a pilot, shot down April 22.
1966; Capt. John P. Cerak. shot
down last June over North Viet'
nam; Capt Kevin J. Cheney, shot
down in July. 1972: Navy (JG)
Porter Halyburton. < North Vietnam Oct 17. 1965: I.t
John Heillg, shot down in 1965.
and Capt. David Dingee.
The award usually gives recog
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| out of 31 presented by a i ross sec
lion of local civic clubs who in the
eyes of the judges have performed
the mo3l outstanding single func
j tion for the good and welfare of
the Dade County community, Sho
lem Lodge 1024. B'nai B'rith. spon-
' sors the annual event.
Award judges are George Bee
I be. assistant publisher of the Mi
I ami Herald; Ralph Renick. vice
president of news. WTVJ. and
Fred Shochet, editor publisher o:
the Jewish Floridian.
Awards for "Distinguished Public Service" were given to
the planning board by Miami's committee on ecology and
beatification, at an appreciation luncheon in the Columbus
Hotel. Chairman E. Albert Pallot (second from left) presents
the award to Mike Martinez, board chairman, as City Com-
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Blasberg To Preside
At Chieago Seminar
Blasberg Funeral Chape] direc- Israel, Brooklyn, an instructor of
tor Larrie Blasberg of Miami Talmud at Yeshiva University: Dr.
Beach, newly elected president o; Robert Fulton, Professor of Soci-
ology at the University of Minne-
- ta: Fdward C. Raether. executive
d.ice-tor of National Funeral Di-
rectors Association. Inc.. and Dr.
Vanderlyn K. Pine, assistant pro-
fessor of Sociology S.U.N.Y., Col- >
lege a- N'ew Paltz.
In June, Mr. Blasberg v. ill attend ;
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Executive Club
Salutes Florida's
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JWV Officera Hold Meeting
The Department of Florida,
Jewish War Veterans, held a quar-
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meeting at the Park Plaza Hotel
in Orlando Sunday.
Albert i Post 759, Or-
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nner Saturday eve-
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state officers.
Department commander Herbert
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RABBI HERBERT BAUMGARD
Trniple Beth Am
a man because of his economic sta
tiu iverse 15).
The same chapter Instructs M
The biblical reading which bears n()( t0 llolcj a grudge or to take
the designation Kedoshim" is one venfrea f but to love our neigh-
?f ih outstanding segments of our hor (verse 18). Indeed, we are
Torah. taught to love the stranger as one-
If this were s(1jf IV(,rscs 33-34), a teaching
all we had of vvhich is usually overlooked siin-
he Bible, we l)ly bemuse in the New Testament
would still have ,|P*SUS quotes "love thy neighbor,"
enough to be j nn(1 it j. |hr jattcr teaching which
proud of as |1;)S ijccome more famous.
Jews. xhis charter contains my fa
In the first V((|.ltt. V1,,.s(, jn tnc Torah. "Thou
place, the por- tya^ no, mne the deaf, nor put a
tion gives us an .tumbling block before the blind
excellent defini- bl|t ,nou ^halt fear thy God: I am
tion of Judaism. tne Lord," (verse 14).
Rabbi Baumgard T I be Jewish is There is a magnificent compas-
io try lo Imitate sj()|) for .,], wno uve hich is re-
t f< God m His holi '.ess. re shall ,|ct.t(,,| this verse. It; thrust i-
I oly.*' the Pershi begins "For l I(u, vcrv pp0site of the com pet i-
I your God am holy." (Lev, tju, nv-,;f (lf our present society.
1 rt i ~ the csence of whal we have
religions also have noble nmetimes railed "the Jewish
, pis of holiness and goodness, heart," and it teaches the same
; miquely spells out in sentiment as thai found in other
, i precitol} haw one is to be- sections of the Torah which tell us
<. holy. For Judaism, being i0 have pitj on the fallen beast
hoi :- no! an ab'tracl concept, of burden of our enemy.
; iways the leed which defines u is no accident that the com-
(he iii,".tmi f holiness
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
i. is*3 Jewish Telwnirfili' Akviics
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Kedoshim
'And the I-ord spoke unto Moses saying: Speak unio all
congregation of the children of Israel, anJ say unto them,
shall he holy; For 1 the Lord your God am holy ."' (Chapters
XIX XX)
Ye shall be holy, for I the Lord your God am holy. T' i.
guiding principle introduces the ethical and ceremonial laws
contained in this Sidra. In many ways they correspond to I ic
Ten Commandments, and deal with the duties of man tow:..
God and his neighbor. They include the following:
BETWEEN MAN AND GOD: The first precepts emphasize
Ihe dutv of showing respect to parents, observing the Sabbl h
Why is the greeting one ex-
tends to a fellow Jew different
on the Sabbath than it is on
other days of the week (e.g.
Good Sabbath or Shabbat Sha-
lom, etc)?
Some claim that this is a ful-
fillment of the Biblical command
Which states: "Remember the Sab- ; day, and the condemnation of idol worship. The repulsive heathen
bath Dav to sanctify it" (Exodus cu.-tom of child sacrifice to Molech. god of the Ammonites, and
mandmenl nol :c> work on the Sab
20:8) This is interpreted to mean
thai one should take special note
of the Sabbath and set it apart
from the rest of the days of the
week. Thus on the Sabbath day
one does things in a different way.
Even the customary greeting one
cvlends to a friend is changed to
emphasise and take note of the
special character of the Sabbath.
Some add to this the require
mint that, when one takes note j
of the presence of the Sabbath.
one is supposed to bless it, just
as one is required to bless a king
when one comes into his presence.
M,o. the em ihasis is placed on
the word "good" to remind even-
one that the Sabbath is supposed
to be a day of goodness and thus
one ought to extend every effort
The 19th ehapttr of Leviticus btth specifically includes the beast j |(, m,lk(> ,h,, Sabbath a good day.
tells us that to be holy a Jew musl of burd?n. A profound respect for j .|hm, in, son)0 who further
i the corner* ol his field and
the ;l anings for the poor and the
stranger (verse !>.
Holiness involves the keeping
y an oath in
the pome of God (verse 12). It
involves an understanding that the
i i laborer must be paid his
nmediately (verse 13) The
physically (or intellectually) nan i
i must 1)0 helped uni not
; lered (vcrv la. The courts
must deal justly without favoring
everything that lives is the es-
sence of holiness, as Judaism un
.1. tands it.
CANDLELIGHTING TIME \
2 1YAR 6:33
rCnttinicitl U ch
evisioH
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rc-cjramf
i int out that, unlike the week-
day when Ihe greeting is differ-
ent in the morning (good morn-
ing) from that which it is in the
Mi in (good evening), on the Sab-
bath whether day or night, the
greeting is always the same (git
Shabbos, or Shabbat Shalom).
This they say is to emphasize
I hat the Sabbath is a day of "all
light" and "no darkness." Thus
| Ihe Bible, in announcing the ar-
| rival of the Sabbath, changes its
! format and does not say like it
o the other days of the week
V'.d ii was evening and it was
morning, etc."
Maj (' Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m. -- The First Estate
i Re; .;: on Ch. 2 at 6:30 p.m.)
!lo-l: Rev. Luther C, Pierce
Maj u Ch. 10, n::o am The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, Temple Ner Tamid
Maj 6 Ch 7 10 am. The Still Small Voice
lo i Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom
Topic: "l.rael Looking Ahead to the Next 25
' irs"
"Diary Of Anne Frank" Set
' ''live performances of "The
, Diary of Anne Frank" wHl be
Liven by the Hillel Drama Group
at Ihe Hillel Jewish Student Ccn-
; ter. 1100 Miller Dr.. Coral Gables.
. The first was scheduled at 8 p.m. director, says that the theatre wil
I Thursday, the second at 8 p.m. present plays hv Jewish writers
Saturday, followed by a 2 p.m.' anr| works of Jewish Interest,
; Sunday matinee. Admission is by
donation. This lirst play will premier on
the practice of witchcraft in any form are punishable by deal
Forbidden also are the heathen mourning rites of mutilating
tatooing parts of the body. Unnatural combinations such as
mixed breeding of cattle, sowing a vineyard with two kinds f
seed, and weaving a garment of mingled kinds of material (wool
and linen) are prohibited (for they offend the divine laws of
nature). The fruit of a tree during the first three years after
its planting may not be eaten, for only in the fourth year is it
considered sufficiently mature to be brought as fruit* to God.
MAN AND HIS NEIGHBOR: Special consideration must le
shown to the poor and the stranger, "for ye wen in the
land of F-:.vpt." The farmer, therefore, srnuld not cr ly reap
ihe corners of his field and leave the gleanings el ;> harvest
and the vineyards for them. Dealings with one'.1 fi low n
must be based on justice and truth stealing, defrauding, utter-
ing falsehoods and .-lander are grave sin;. The emnl iyi rhoi .1
pay his workman's wages promptly: the shopkecTer lispl
honesty In ensuring that his weights and measures correct;
and a judge should show impartiality towards poor and r h
alike Defaming the deaf who cannot hear and is I ire un-
able to defend himself, or playing a trick so lead
blind man, arc- acts ol cruelty When our neighbor' < is
danger, everything should be done to saw him. It is ong
hate one's fellow man or wreak vengeance on h'n thou
shall love thy neighbor as thyelf." The abhori sins of
adultery, incest, unnatural vice aid bestiality, are lo I merely
puni*h< in conclusion, the people '.'ere reminded that eathi n
nations were destroyed because they practiced imina-
lionsIsrael would suffer the same fate unless thej obsen I
all Gods statutes and judgments. *
Jewish Theatre, New In Miami
The Theatre for Jewish Culture, Saturday, May 2'.'. and deal- wih
a non-profit organization recently Israeli youth in the kibbutz d
organized in Miami, has already the War of Independence in
begun work on an Israeli play.
He Walked Through the Fields"
by Moshe Shamir.
Artistic director of the theatre.
Ari Kedem. an Israeli actor and
The choreograph) is by Lorta
Freedman, who created ihe chore-
ograph) at the Israeli Foli I nice
(Festival in Miami recently, and
'has taught dancing at Ihe i liver-
sity of Florida.
For information cal
or Arych Rockach.
\lr Kcdem,
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CONGREGATION, 707 5th St., Mi-
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor-
decai Chaimovit*.
mum
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
T'ON. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ben Aion. 1
BETH AM (Temple). b950 N. Kendall
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her.
cert Baumgard S
FORT lAUDfRDAll
m*
NORTH MI/wV; BEACH
.CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozencwatg. 23
uh:it ii menna to thf American ''' I -----
Baturduy > i- lar Mltivah: .Mi- ,CUBAN sephardic HEBREW CON-
. i.- -1. Ron { Mr. and Ml* >'<** GREGATION. 715 Waihinqton A\.,
Miller. Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. Cantor Jo- I ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 102t
.------I*T"T.. _j 8epn Moor- 23: NE Miami Garden* Dr. Conaerva-
ZION (Temple). 8000 Miller td. Con. -------------- .. Rabbi Milton Schlinakv Can
ANSHE EMES ?533 SW 19th Ave. 8e,vative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro. EMANU- EL (Temple). 1701 wishing. tor pauvan tckhaua S3
American Traditional Judaism. Rab- Cantor Errol Helfman 16 1 ton Ave. Conaervative. R.bbi Irving: ____,
ti J. Marshall Taxy. Cantor SW Friday B p.m. f.nnilv nllthl aervice Lehrman. Cantor 2vi Adler. 24 BETH TORAH 1051 N Miami Beacr
Pakowitz. 2 ...hducifl l.v morniiw llel.r.-w cl.^.s Z2,'t:~ M e, -r Blvd Ccnservative. Rabbi Max Lip
Hermouette to be .l.hv-ro.l fcy ll.rv.l ; HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 P<^ Tree Hh|t|i Cantor j,cct B Mendelaon 3'
Honor, educatlonBl dlre*or. Cartlfl- Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. I ____m____
eatea to 1m- awarded lo siufloni- who Oroai. 25 i___.... .
have completed four vnrs of Habre-w I -------m------- B NAl RAPHAEL. 140- NW i3rd St
Behool. Saiurdnv : a.m. Mar Mlixvnh: CONG AN.NtLi (Rrawh i M.h,.u, Conservative. P.abbi Victor D
BFTH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Av*. ,.hl|,. y f Mr. ami Mrs II...lamin CO",U.\ t (c. -JL ."!fJre" Zwelling. Cantor Jh Lerner. 3t
Conservative. Banbl Irving A. Wsin- sheehter. s, rmon, Bedrah of the week.
BETH ISRAEL Temple). 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd Pabbi Akiva.
Brilliant. Cantor Maurice Neo. 42
gart. Cantor William W. Llpaon. 41 HIALtAH
Baturdar 0 H.m (main Ranetwary. i.rr>o n,mi,i aan f
..,,. U;m. Pin. aus Festival and TII ^A.C.?B-(.Le.mp^.):J5\,5
Family Day."
Nc
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave Ortho-
dox. Rfcbbi H. Rothman. I
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
than Zolondek 15
Friday R:1S p.m.. Hal.l.i Kn|ntMle4(>
seamon topic wilt be, "I.ivinc Juda-
i-m." Baturdas ft:80 a.m Bar Mlts-
vali: J'n-1 Adlrlm.
,'JORfrl MIAMI
larae Friday.8:16 em. In pbaervanre of KrWay 1:15 p.m. Saturday 9 am Itar
oa, ihe 2.ith Rimienwry ..f ilw State ..r Mitsvah' Krtr bo m, J ,,
i. rarae). an ortalnal cantata titled. The Hawman.
BETH KODESH, 1iOi SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabtl Max Sha-
piro. Cantor Lecn Segai. 6
-------- .BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
BETH TOV ciemolei. 6438 SW 8th! NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Rubil Cantor Ssyr-our Hinkes. 8 Kirschenbaum. 35
Friday 8j1J p.m. aaamnn topic, "larael Frldaj
1 idence Day, Tom Haatsm
ervli followed by t)ne: Sliahhal
,__._, ,_ rz~__ __ .. Roman......f a People," wrlttei bi
ISRAEL (Temples OF GREATER Mi I Pjtbbl Jnaeph A Oorflnkel will b.
ami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi presented.
Joseph R. Narot. 101 ajiaajri RHCH
Frldaj 8 p.m.. i>r. Narot will aneak
on, "The Law of Truth and ih>. "r-u'ii ,
Of Law). In obaervanee Of "LsW taajr." Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever. I V''''.:'v evejjlna:, Temple Ner Tamld
-------4. -------------- 1 8v era will preaenl a unbiue readlna
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 2Sth BETH ISRAEX. 770 40th St. Orthodox. '" m.nii.rv of the ai> niiHi,.M martyrs
St. Conservative, itabin Paul J. Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnaas. 11 a.--------
OR OLOM demple' 87B5 SW 1SMi i MTH JACOB. SOI Washington Ave.
St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahv T Sviir.
Winogj-ad. Cantor VehouSa Bin/.. < skv. Cantor Maurice Mamcha. IS
"" tl BETM atAPHAEL (Tempi.,. 1545 Jet1
feraon Ave. Consetvetivr
CONG. AN-NELL (Branch of Hebrew
Academy). 7th St. and Meridian
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Ben- --------------
Hillel. 25-A SINAI (Temple). 01 NORTH DADE
-------------- 18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY Ralph P. Kingsiey. Cantor lrvin
SYNAGOGUE 1*S2 W.iahlngton Av Shulkea. 37
Orthodox Rah*" Tibor H. Sterr. I H'i'Idav K:*1 p.m., family service. Toreh
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26 "' ''tdepcnaemte i.ill he presented to
I ili.- I'nnirrcBMitloii by .Mrs. Frnn l.,y\.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave chairman of Israel -' Committci Bat-
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lenrfield ll,l|ay linai Mltmvah: Jeffrey, son Of
Cantor Abraham Soi.'. 27 -vl' mid Alra, l.iaiis Wild: Eric, s..n
-----_ of Mr ami .Vlis Alan lii.ldcn.
MENORAH (Temptei. 620 T5th St I *
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram- SKV LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NS
owitz Cantor Nlao F^ldman. 2f. 19,h A*- Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. 3?
'EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Cantor Jeroe Klement. 41
P0MPAN0 BEACH
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 6101
NW 9th St.
SHOLOM .Temple). 182 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skep.
Cantor Yaacov Renzer
HAUAHDAIS
MALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
(Conservative). 416 NE 8th Ave.'
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz, Cantor-
Jacob Danzioer.
Fnilay evpnUw rv <> Rnbhl Hairy
i- Bchwnrti ili -.........ii, -pi,
state llcromea o Ulam of Hope anil
Promlai
H0UYW00D
BdTH EL ('r,mP,e'- "51 S. 14th Ave.
neform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 4a
Friday ". |,.m s, rm,
erentlnl Treatmcnl
topic Pref-
NER TAMID (Tcmpie). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway Conservative
I Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed.
the ^-iiiii AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyl, Ave. I ward Klein *,,
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml
AMI 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Zalman Kossews*y. 35
CORAL GABLtS
JUDEA (Templet. 5500 Granada Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. 4f
Friday .v p.m. family wnrahln aerv-
r S.W SUet KO> ""'UX -' i fe WSr?.!iS MS Sefvyn'K5
OHEV SHALOM: 'TsTBonit. Dr. Or illohanl'vvoiss^..... ""' < *
hodox. Rabbi f neac Weberman.
Cantor Leo Radir
TireRETH ISRAEL. SM N. a*iaml 1
Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Maurice
KteXft.
Friday
caaa
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi MaxweU A
.DT.WH t. konnmnn. niODI StPMAHOll, JtWI ^ TCNTED Ul B... n,i l"lWM A
">mm^umtfmiu j CrvTRffi^&lH "-' cur p. mm .-.-.
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/A./ ^7,,:'t(' K''iVVi,l'UK; $" L"""L S""*" Leon Kr"'"-I *4 Washington Ave.Sabbi Av're^im I u,l Ju/m'^''' ",''' rl'7l,< ''' "'"aH
f.i.i raoepeaaeiice Day antfj Cantor Davrd Oonviaer. ti' Cron?r. nvrerwrn j "."'^JPd.11 sm, a l^oic BaokWard and
crenimi rreatmenl mi,] \.-u Quoti
rollowed by Ones Shal.lmi hoaled by
JIT '";'',,Mrs '"ui' '"aer nnd
Dr. and Mra Oeorxe I. Suwman Bat-
ur.iay 11 am. liar Mltxriih: Pouaria*
"Ml "I In. an.l Mi- 1;. ,.,L.,. r. smmvJ
man
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 4601 Ar-
t/ur St. Conaervative. Rabbi Morton
iv.alavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 4f
SINAI (Temple,. 1201 Johnson St.
Conaervative. Rabbi David 'hapiro.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
T^,1PLE BETH AHM. Conservativa
310 _SW. 2nd Avenoe. HoHvwood
Rabbi Salomon Benerroeh.
"EMPLE 8OI
Sheridan Stre
Robert Frailn.
HoHywood.
TEMPLE SOL EL i Liberal) 8100
l-CTl Hollywood. R.bbJ
M/ffAMAf
Conservative. Rabbi Av-om Orazin
Cantor Abraham Koster. ^



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Arnold, Be ;min Jowett. Ihiough William Gladstone, Ram a>
MaoDonaid, Stanley Bal'lwin, Neville Chamberlain to John Hob-
son, Worn a Vngell, Maynard Keyaes, Bertrand Russell. As a
group the- represented, In a description of one of them, "all that
is noble and good."
But they were bland and sentimental. They thought that man
and society were perfectable. and they let themselves be out-
stripped in the 1860s, the 1870s and, later, by the Germans, the
American-, the Japanese. Since the 'practical men" had built
British industry in the 18th and early 19th centuries, the British
educators felt that science wasn't necessary for industry. And
mace the "public" (that is, private) schools and colleges were
m*ant to turn out the perfect English gentleman, they felt that
science and technology would corrupt his liberal education,
'which L. to say, his trained incapacity.
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*HL RESULTS WERE FOREORDAINED. Britain lost its
economic -e, couldn't compete in technology or trade. It spread
its empire commitments far too wide, beyond its power to sus-
tain them, and neither India nor the 'white" empire could rescue
England in -tress. Burnett doesn't believe that World War I,
with is -laughter of th- officer elite, was the crucial disaster:
Britain '.- *uvs. was more crippled psychologically by the war
than ph illv. He is withering about the Chamberlain-Halifax
Henckr-on group in Hitlers time, not because they were ap-
peases. t because they were indecisive innocent,. He lashes
.at the v.-^ole vaunted group of British diplomats of the past half-
. centun for entering into "covenants without swords." Even
i.Churehiil loesnt escape his Mom.
By 1M0 the game was up. and the gallant Leonidas stand at
'"he n-i^ couldn't save Britain from its power collapse. It gained
victor? OW Hitler without a basis for rebuilding its power.
Am,", t ins are so benumbed by their own inner turmoil that
hev'dont bother with the British story. They ought to. It has a
Efferent calendar of weakness, but in many ways the story is
about America, too. about any liberal democracy which gets
Irunk on r-.oralism ami forgets that history is a hard taskmaster.
-But Barneti gets so engrosttd in lacerating the Atheman
traits in Britain that he doesn't ask what happened to the tough
Sp ta ^ i' -t>-e German, from Bismarck and the Kaisers
CSt* Japanese under their warlords. There are no good
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vJewist fhrXM&i
Friday, May 4. 1373
"On that occasion, I know thai
ou and your associates will be
pleased to see the progress we
nave made in building a land of
reedom ami a home for manj
housands of .lews."
Florida Labor Delegation
Departs For Israel May 14
The Florida labor delegation the people of Israel will b cele
headed by Herbert Pinky" Schiff- brattrig the 25th anniversary of
man, president of Local 253 of the independence.
Hotel Employees Union, is making
final preparations for a May 14
departure on its official visit to
Israel at the special invitation t>J
Israeli Minister of Labor Yosef
Almogi.
The delegation will spend a
week in Israel meeting with top
government, military, business, and
labor leaders and will discuss plans
for providing employment for the
growing number of immigrants.
Accompanying Mr Schiffman on
the trip are Morris Drapkin, vice
president of Local 133, Dad, Fed
eration of Labor Club. Restau
rant and Bartenders Employees:
Arnold Risen, recording secretary
of Local 337. Service Employees
and Edmund A. Fraser, secretary-
treasurer of Local 552. Motion Pic-,
ture Operators and Stage Hands
(St. Petersburg).
Also Samuel Miller, financial
secretary of Branch 1071. National
Association of Letter Carriers;
Claude B. Nixon, president of
Local 2024, Carpenters Union, an I
Henry Oppenheim. secretary-
treasurer of Local 255. Hotel Em-
ployees Union .
The delegation will also include
J. L. "Dusty" Rhodes, national
director of the United Brother-
hood of Carpenters; Harold Rich-
ter and Charles Reisenburger, vice
presidents of Local 853. Wardrobe
Employees, and David Wingate,
business manager of Local 517,
Laborers international Union oi
North America (Orlando).
In extending the invitation to
Mr. Schiffman. Mr. Almogi wrote:
"Since you have been such a de
voted supporter of Israel's eco-
nomic developments through tht
Israel Bond program, we would
like to have you come in Mav when
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, Dr. Peter Masiko. Jr., will be
commencement speaker, and Dr.
Ambrose Garner, campus vice
' president, will preside at the
ceremony.
R. Ray Goode. county mana r
will address the Downtown
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ceremony. Sunday. May fi. in Bay
fronl Paik Auditorium,
Robert H. Siinms. executive ili
rector of the Community Relations j
Board, will speak at the North
Campus ceremony at 8 p.m. Sun
lay in the Community College
Stadium.
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5,052. of the 1972-73 graduates
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lands simultaneously mask the
approaches to Urn Qasr and
would also put Kuwait in pawl)
ii' controlled by a hostile power
Behind all this, there has also
been a long, expensive and suc-
cessful Soviet effort to buy up
all the more important vipers
in the viper pit of Iraqi politics.
The Soviet effort in Iraq has at-
tracted far less attention than
the much less adroit Soviet ef-
fort in Egypt. But the effort in
Iraq is vastly more Important,
at least from the standpoint of
Western interests and Soviet
gains.
NOR IS this the story, by any
means. Simply for want of feas-
ible competition, the Soviets now
enjoy effective naval predomi-
nance in the Indian Ocean, at
the Persian Gulf's other end.
As yet. they have not begun to
keep a large force in the cru-
cial western basin of the Indian
Ocean througn which all oil
tankers from the Persian Gulf
must pass. It is a costly thing to
do since the nearest naval base
on Soviet territory is Vladivo-
stok, halfway round the world.
Vet what our Navy calls ship-
days (meaning number of days
combat shins are at sea) were
increased by the Soviets bj a
factor <>f eight in the Indian
Ocean's western basin between
1968 and I!:::?
THK SOVIETS have further
built another important naval
base at Beershcba in Somaliland
on the Red Sea; and they effec-
tively control the Somali snake
pit. too. They also have fuel and
water facilities in the Indian
Ocean itself, on the island of
Mauritius.
In contrast, the United States
has nothing at all in the Indian
Ocean beyond a communications
setup on the little island of Diego
Garcia. After Diego Garcia
we have nothing else in
range except another communi-
cations facility on the northern
shore of Australia. This year,
for the first time, the Soviets
have also passed the United
States in ship-days of their navy
at sea all over the world.
IF THERE is ever a crunch in
the Persian Gulf and the Indian
Ocean, in sum, the present out-
look is that American naval
power on the scene will neces-
sarily be inferior to Soviet naval
power. In such a crunch, our
only base in the whole area
would be the tiny, politically in-
secure facility we are not al-
lowed to use on the island of
Bahrain in the Gulf itself. But
this could never sustain a U.S.
force comparable to the much
larger naval power their new
bases will allow the Soviets to
deploy in the area if they see
a need for it.
It is easy to understand, then,
why President Nixon chose the
very able former CIA director,
Richard Helms, as his new am-
bassador to Iran.
IN IRAN, Helms has two jobs.
The first job is to assure the
United States of an adequate
supply of Iranian oil and
therefore non-Arab oil in case
of political difficulties with the
Arab oil producers. The second
job is to give added toughness,
direction and support to the
Shah of Iran's effort to safe-
guard freedom of navigation in
the Persian Gulf.
But this amounts to renting
out to the Iranians the life-and-
death job of protecting the Amer-
ican, Western European and Jap-
anese oil jugulars.
T SEEMS a dubious expedi-
ent, at best, as compared to the
United States taking the needed
but expensive precautionary
measures.
But of course all this must
seem dull stuff. Nowadays Wash-
ington is a bit like a house with
a roof on fire and a cellar rap-
idly flooding, whose inhabitants
can talk only of the wicked sins
of the cleaning woman.
Harry Pinesick Is New
Temple Zamora President
Harry Pinesick was clec'.ei! pro--,
ident of Temple Zamora in < ra
Gables at a recent congn I
HARRY mffSKK
meeting.
Mr. Pinesick was born and edu-
cated in New York City. H II
tended City C illege of thi
New York After gradual
school Bt Brooklyn. N V. Mr
Pinesick practiced law in N'e
York City until he entei "lie
U. S. Navy, from which he
ceived an honorable in
1945
Mr Pinesick worked as an at'.)
:,,>> : r the 4'. S. Govcfninon
Washington, D. C. and late e
tered private enterprise. He ca \
to Miami in 1959 from Arlingt
Va and has lived here since th
r officers elected we
Herman Douglass and Leo Sla
ter, vice presidents; Morris Sil
financial secretary; Mrs Irvi j
Davidow, ci rresponding se( ;
Benjamin Agranow, recording -
retary, and Nathan Frii i
treasurer.
Elected to the board of trust i
i ere Louis Alweiss, Morton Bi
stein, Florence Boss, Joseph
Chakoff, Rose Davidow, Ma
linger, Ainsle Ferdie. Samuel ..
fr .. Jack Kapner. Jules Props
Doris Scheer, Col. Harold Shunt
and Robert Wild.
Board members carried ove:
from last year include Lo ,
Chartor. Leah Friedson. Doro
Greenberg, Nathan Goldy. -
Goldberg. Harry Green. J.".
Liebennan, Jack Magun. Da- i
Matter Harry Pines and h
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Page 13-A
Israel To Observe 25th Anniversary;
Egypt Calls For 'Total Confrontation'
Jews' Situation
Worsening In
Syria And Iraq
Cantoned from Page 1-A
among those who did nothing to
save Jewish lives during the
world war, and are letting those
who murder Jews today go free.
Another torchlight memorial
rally at the ghetto fighters kib-
butz was addresed by Israel's
chief of staff. Gen. David Elazar.
"We are seeking peace, not war."
he declared, "but whoever calls
M into War will find us a tough
ewemy.
tit Gen. Elazar described Israel
f as the bearer "of the flag of
the generations that passed, of
generations that perished, that
was hoisted by the Warsaw
ghetto fighters and by every
fighting Jew
Mrs. Meir warned that Israel
must be prepared for a resump-
tion of fighting along her bor-
ders even though the Arabs must
"know they will suffer heavily in
a clash of arms
Mrs. Melr spoke to reporters
from the army radio station and
the army magazine, "Bamacha-
neh," earlier in the week.
She said Israel had to be on
the alert because there was no
way to predict what the Arabs
might do or how illogically they
might act.
She observed that President
Anwar Sadat of Egypt is in po-
litical trouble at home.
"History can testify that Arab
leaders have been in trouble on
more than one occasion in the
past. The simplest thing for him
(Sadat) is to go to war," she
said, "even though it entails the
sacrifice of countless human
lives. Having made our evalua-
tion, we must tell ourselves that
it would be just as well for us
to be prepared."
Reports over the weekend in-
dicated increasing Egyptian mili-
tary activity along the West
Bank I the Suez Canal. Israeli
observers reported the construc-
tion of ramps between 1218 me-
ters high leading down to the
edge of the canal and increased
movements of soldiers and ve-
hicles at some depth in the canal
zone.
Reports said that Egyptian
B ildiers were manning their po-
sitions as usual, but there seem-
ed to be a tightening discipline
and less leisure time for the
soldiers on the Egyptian side.
A SPECIAL Tel Aviv police
squad has been set un to hait
the rise in car thefts. Since the
squad has been formed, 164 sus-
pects have been caught and 117
stolen radios found. During this
period, 350 radios were reported
stolen. New car radios selling
for IL 450 are being bought for
II. 100 once stolen, police re-
port.
..
Three television programs
devoted to Israel's 25th an-
niversary will be aired Sun-
day. From 10-11 a.m. CBS-TV
will present "Israel: The Re-
ality," a documentary show-
ing the work of outstanding
American and Israeli pho-
tographs depicting aspects
ot life in Israel.
From 12-1 p.m. NBC-TV
will present on its "Meet the
Press" program Israeli Pre-
mier Golda Meir, Deputy
Prime Minister Yigal Allon,
and Foreign Minister Abba
Eban answering questions
posed by a panel of out-
standing reporters. The pro-
gram will originate live in
Israel.
From 12 p.m. ABC-TV
will present "The Ingather-
ing Jacob had Twelve
Sons."

it is
is
Gen. Yoffe Visits May 10
To Plan For Eban Dinner
Continued from Pace 1-A
n owned ecologists and conserva-
tionists, will meet with top leaders
of Israel Bonds and the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation planning
for the May 16 tribute to Robert
Russell, Federation president, and
Dr. Leon Kronish, international
chairman of the rabbinate cabinet
for Israel Bonds.
The banquet at the Fontaine
bleau Hotel will feature Mr.
Eban's presentation of the Prime
Minister's Medal to Rabbi Kronish
and Mr. Russell. Gen. Yoffe is fly-
ing to Miami Beach from Israel.
where he will participate in the
Yom Haatzmaut celebrations mark-
ing the 25th anniversary of the
Jewish nation's statehood.
Gen. Yoffe, who played a key role
in the defense of Israel in a bril-
liant military career both before
and since the establishment of
Israel's independence, is now in
ihe forefront of the efforts to
defend his country's environment
against the impact of various
sources of pollution.
>y To meet the ecological problems
arising in a fast-developing coun-
try, the Cabinet of Israel recently
voted to establish an Ecological
Protection Service in the Prime
Ministers Office to advise the
Government on ecological ques-
tions. While he views this as a
step in the right direction, Gen.
Yoffe would like to see the new
agency transformed from an ad-
visory service into one with
"teeth to cope with Israel's needs."
Son of a pioneer farmer in Pal-
estine, Avraham Yoffe was born
there in 1913. At 16, while still a
student at an agricultural school,
he joined the Haganah. the Jewish
defense organisation during the
period of the British Mandate.
With the outbreak of World War
II. he enlisted in the British Army
and served throughout the Middie
East and Italy as a capta'n of
artillery.
At the close of World War II.
he returned to his home at Kibbutz.
Tel-Amal, but was soon engaged
in helping to organize the future
state's defenses. In the War of
Independence in 1948, he rose o
the rank of Brigadier General in
the Israel Defense Forces.
During the Sinai Campaign in
1956, Gen. Yoffe commanded the
Ninth Brigade which made a stra-
tegic forced march to capture
Sharm el Sheikh, the Egyptian
fortress commanding the entrance
to the Gulf of Elath. After the
war, he served as the Commander
of the Southern Area for four
years: then as Area Commander
in the North for the next five
years.
In 1965, he retired from the
Israel Defense Forces to take up
his present post. However, he was
recalled to military duty in the
emergency surrounding the Six
Day War in June, 1967, when lie
was promoted to Major General.
As the Director of the Nature
Reserve Authority, Gen. Yoffe is
widely known for his role in pro
tecting and collecting the various
species of animals of biblical times
and keeping them in their natural
habitat. His agency operates an
8,000 acre reserve in the Negev
desert containing one hundred
species of these animals, many of
them very rare. His work in pre-
serving this invaluable historical
link was described in Time maga-
zine (August 28, 1972).
Reservations for the Silver An
niversary Dinner may be made at
the Israel Bond office.
Monday Israel Rally Slates
Sen. Gurney, Beach Symphony
Continued From Page 1-A
the offices of the Pioneer Women
and other Zionist groups. There
will be no solicitations of any
kind at the affair, Mrs. Milton
Green, national vice president
of the ZionUt Federation, said.
Sharing the speaking platform
with Sen. Qurney will be Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman, national president
of the Synagogue Council of
America. Dr. Lehrman, rabbi of
TH laph fuiimi T"l and national
vice president of the Zionist
Organization of America, heads
the umbrella agency for Ortho-
dox, Conservative and Reform
Judaism in the United States.
The Miami Beach Symphony
Orchestra, the Farband Zimrah
Choral Group and the Hebrew
Academy Choir headline the en-
tertainment program.
Dade Mayor John B. Orr will
extend greetings and Seymour
B. Liebman, past president of
the South Florida Zionist Fed-
eration, will read excerpts from
Israel's Declaration of Independ-
ence.
Mrs. Manuel Burstein, a post
president of Hadassah, is ticket
chairman for the Salute to Is-
rael. Tickets were distributed
to members of Hadassah, Pio-
neer Women, Labor Zionist Al-
liance. B'nai Zion, Mizrachi,
ZOA. Habonim and other Zion-
ist and Jewish organizations.
Robert Russell, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, is honorary chairman of
the Salute to Israel.
Continued From Page 1-A
of the Kashkosh family. This
murder of an entire family and
the disappearance of 16 other
Jews prove that the Iraqi Jewish
remnant, numbering a few hun-
dred souls is subject not only to
abductions, arbitrary detentions
and torture, hut to the threat of
annihilation.
"The total exodus of the Jews
still in Iraq has become the most
urgent necessity and applies also
to our brethren in Syria who are
mercilessly oppressed by the au-
thorities.
"The Knesset appeals to gov-
ernments, parliaments and inter-
national organizations to inter-
cede immediately with the Iraqi
authorities and to demand that
they permit the departure of all
Jews from that country so that
they may reach a safe haven."
The Israeli government has
confirmed that the five-member
Iraqi Jewish family, Kashkosh
Rcuven. his wife, daughter and
two sons, Fuad and Samirwere
brutally murdered in broad day-
light, and that the Iraqi govern-
ment is entirely to blame. For-
eign .Minister Abba Eban told
the Knesset.
Mr. Eban said that 16 Iraqi
Jews have disappeared since
last September, when Iraq sud-
denly ended its policy of allow-
ing small numbers of Jews lo
quietly emigrate. He reported
that the Baghdad regime has
met with evasiveness representa-
tions by friendly governments
and by others.
Two more Jews, identified as
Nairn Fattal and Shua Czcir. were
arrested in Baghdad last week,
according to reliable informa-
tion reaching London from the
Iraqi capital. Their whereabouts,
and that of other Jews arrested
since September, are unknown.
Three other Iraqi Jews, whose
names were not disclosed, have
disappeared without a trace, ac-
cording to the Baffle source.
Some 200 persons staged a
spontaneous demonstration ou'-
side the Iraqi London office this
week in protest against the mur-
ders of the Kashkosh family and
the report of the murder of Di.
Violet Toeg and her husband in
Baghdad. The demonstrators re-
cited the Kaddish and blew the
shofar.
The Conference of Presidents
of Major American Jewish Or-
ganizations and the American
Zionist Federation have called
last week's killing of Jews in
Baghdad "cold-blooded murder."
Jacob Stein. Presidents Con-
ference chairman, accused the.
Iraqi government of committing
genocide against the remaining
Baghdad Jewish community of
fewer than 400 Jews. In a tele-
gram lo Secretary of State Wil-
liam P. Rogers, Mr. Stein urged
him to intercede with Iraqi offi-
cials and "demand an end to the
murders, the kidnapping and the
arrests that are destroying what
remains of the Iraqi Jewish com-
munity."
Rabbi Israel Miller, AZF pres-
ident, said, "The hostage Jews
(in Syria and Iraq) must be en-
abled to leave for safety, and
nations and people of good will
must raise their voices in their
behalf."
Academy Students
Set Israel Salute
Israel Independence Day will
be a holiday for students of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy
and its affiliated schools.
But the pupils at the Hebrew
Academy. Louis Merwitzer Mesivta
High School for Boys and Wcishaus
High School for Girls will cele-
brate Yom Haaztmaut Monday on
the school grounds.
A general assembly in the audi-
torium at 10 a.m. will hear Israel
Consul David Pelsg. from the con-
sulate general in Atlanta, speak on
Israel at 25."
Rabbi Shimon Azulay, supervisor
of the Wcishaus High School, is
chairman of the all-day observance.
Leaders of panel discussions for
the nearly 1,000 students will in
elude Aryeh Rokeach, director of
the Israel Aliyah Center in Miami.
He'll speak on the youth move-
ment in Israel and its relationship
to American Jewish youth.
Elchanan Segal, regional mana-
ger of El Al Israel Air Lines will
speak on Israel's War of Independ-
ence. He was a captain in the Is-
raeli army in the 1948-4A victory
over seven Arab nations and was
in the unit which liberated Beer-
sheba. thus securing the Negev for
the new Jewish state.
Chaim Dromi, a Hebrew Acad-
emy parent who lived in Israel for
most of his life, will describe his
experiences as a combatant in the
Six Day War of June, 1967.
Mrs. Zvi Berger, a faculty mem-
ber, will speak on life in Palestine
during the British mandate which
remained in effect from the end
of World War I until Israel's re-
birth in May. 1948.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the three schools, is co-
ordinating the Israel Independ-
ence Day activities. The Hebrew
Academy Choir will present an ex-
panded version of their part in
Monday night's rally at Miami
Beach Convention Hall.
More than 350 students from the
three schools took part in this
week's observance of Yom Hashoa,
remembering the six million dead
in the Hitler holocaust and the 30th
anniversary of the Warsaw ghetto
uprising.
Monday's ceremonies will be on
a festive note-with Israeli singing,
dancing and teod on the agenda
and menu.


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JSI'ALLY PEOPLE are more important than ter-
ritory but, with Jews, the land takes prece-
over the new Iraelis because the land Zion
< m- .)f the pillars that kept alive the Jews
for almost 2,000 years. Judaism
urvived and will continue to sur-
vive even if there were only a
"shearith Yisroel," a remnant, but
the majority of .lews required the
land.
The Holy Land by Michael Avi-
Yonah, (Holt, Rineharcl & Winston,
S9.95) is a guide for the traveler.
11 is an indtspensahl? handbook of
useful and detailed information compiled by the
author who is a professor of archaeology and history
of art at the Hebrew University. The excellent text
and the 169 breathtaking illustrations make the
book a unique treasure. The text provides a concise
history and a description of the museums and gal-
leries, buildings, landmarks, monuments and other
places of interest.
David Schoenbrun's The New Israelis (Athen-
euin, $7.95) is not to be compared with Amos Eton's
book which caused a furor among old-time Zioni-ts.
Schoenbrun. former chief foreign correspondent for
CBS, spent almost four months during 1971 in
Israel interviewing Israelis and collecting data. He
was joined in the research by his daughter and son-
in-law, Lucy and Robert Szekely.
of their labors is a fast moving, in-
tensi .- hui in book on the new Jews (no! all
Sabras but all under 30 years of age). Simon Her-
man, the Israeli sociologist, wrote in his book "The
Israelis and lews'' that Israelis are notas some
observers have claimed and some Israelis would
have it be an entirely new people.
The Schoenbrun entourage report that a uni-
versity student said that the early founders were
intellectuals and great talkers, the parents of the
modern youth were doers rather than thinkers, and
the youth "are more pragmatic, career-oriented and
urban." A young woman said that "Golda's genera-
tion made the revolution, my father's completed it
and my generation wants to live. We want to be
normal."
Almost every facet of life of Israelis were the
subjects of the interviews and they range from
nationalism, kibbutzim, Americans in Israel, to
drugs and sex. The authors desired to gauge the
quality and content of the new; Israelis.
The book's appepdix was prenared by the Is-
raeli Institute of Applied Social Research and the
questions and answers for the surveys made in 1970
and 1971 are part of a continuing survey of national
opinion.
As with the haftorahs read in the synagogue, the
book ends on an optimistic note." The new Israelis
will not be the last Israelis."
Amen!
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r di eply stii onl;
v> ar aw ... id Tr blinka sun Ivoi i l num r
'" oth .. and non-Jews, who lived through
thi holocaust, even thou h ;.t a distanci and cai
i' in thi.: .. part of their being.
A book by Anthony Rhodes "The Vatican i'i
the Vgc o( the Dictators" has done the same t'>
survivors and their contemporaries. The book deals,
among ..ther.-. with the role of Pope Pius XII dur
ing the war. This argument was raging a few pears
ago. wh?n Rolf Hochhut wrote his famous play "Th
Deputy." Now it is on again. The question is thi-:
did Pius XII, or did he not, do his duty, as the
leader of a great religion and the representative of
Christ upon earth, during the Nazi era?
As could have been expected, Pius XII lacks
no advocates. The press is full of statements and
letters to the editors, endeavoring to point out that
the Pope could not have acted otherwise: or could
have not hoped to stop the Nazis; or would not have
been justified in alienating Roman Catholics in
Germany and elsewhere.
The fact remains that Pius XII kept his peace
while millions of people. Jews, Gypsies, Poles, Rus-
sians. Italians, died a thousand horrible deaths be-
fore his very eyes. One million Jewish children died
at the hands of the Nazis children under the a
of 12 and the Vicar of Christ kept quiet.
"Prudence is a great virtue up to a point,"
says Christopher Hollis, a distinguished Roman
Catholic writer, "but there comes a point when
Vicar of Christ ought to forget prudence, denounc?
appalling wickedness and cry out to heaven again.it
monstrous deeds."


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Works At Art Festival Garment
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Paqe 15-A
The fifth arts festival under the exhibit will feat
juspice* Of In'' I'll"' Arts of l'.clh
David wBl tak- place May o and Ii
one-man
painter.
MABBI RAPHAUY
n the synagogue's !y>ei-lur Hall,
.t 2625 SW 3rd Ave
The champagne preview reeep-
ion Sahsrday, May 5. will feature
reasonably priced Judaica collec-
ion. la honor cf Beth Davids (iOth
nnivetMTy and Israel's 25th. the
show by the Jerusalem
Rabbi Raphaely.
Raphaely received his training
at the Kcole des Beaux Arts in
Paris. After serving with the
French Liberation forces, Rapha-
ely settled in Israel, where he pur-
sued his artistic and rabbinic ca-
reers. Over the past two decades,
he has exhibited his work in ma-
jor cities all over the world.
An added attraction at the re-
eeption will be Israeli music pro-
vided on the ehalil (Israeli re- (
corder) by Aya Goldhaminer of i
Tel Aviv. Admission to the even' ;
will be by subscription as donor,
sponsor, and patron,
Sunday. May 6, will be family i
day, with ceramist and sculptor
Henry Gordon serving as chairman. I
In addition to Israeli dancing and
music, there will be guided tours
at the work of the following crafts-
men: Tom Calgano, glass blower; .
lose Duarte, carcaturist; William
and Natalie Linder, husband and
wife team, clay sculptor and pot-
ter; Little Breeze; Clown Danny
Butler, a magician with baloons.
and Jcfl Rosinek, eandlemaker.
The demonstrations will begin
at noon and conclude at 5 p.m., the
exhibit and sale of Judaica and art '
will go on from 10 a.m. until 10
p.m.
Etistaync Kennel Club Opening
Summer Racing Season Saturday
at the end east of the plant with
Biscayne Kennel Club wll have
he field to itself Saturday ;:t 1 p.m.
/hen it openi the sunimei grey
ound racing season with reeni I
in'-' the now supi r-si i'i'ci a'. nla rued facilities Because other
liami tracks are shut do"i Sat
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Mr, and Mrs, Alexander
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the title of Acting White House
Counsel, succeeding John Dean.
Appointment of Mr. Garment
establishes a Jewish counsellor
in the third vital point of the in-
vestigation regarding the break
in at Democratic Party campaign
headquarters last June in the
Watergate Building by persons
linked to the Nixon Administra-
tion and the Committee to Re-
elect the President.
Samuel Dash, former Phila-
delphia District Attorney, is the
chief counsel for the Select Sen-
ate Committee on Presidential
Campaign Activities, of which
Sen. Sam J. Ervin (D-N.C.) is
the chairman.
In the Federal Grand Jury in-
vestigation handling the Water-
gale criminal proceedings, (he
chief government prosecutor is
Earl Silbert. His principal as-
sistant is Seymour Glanzcr.
Mr. Silbert was in charge of
the government's case against
the seven original Watergate de-
fendants, all of whom were con-
victed.
Mr. Silbert was referred to by
Mr. Kleindienst in a comment
that was taken as an anti-Semitic
slur early this year and Hep,
Lester Wolf (D-N.Y.) demanded
and received an apology from
Mr. Kleindienst.
The 4i)-ycarold Mr. Garment
attended Brooklyn College and
Law School between 1 S*42 and
1949. lie was a member of Mr.
Nixon's law ti.ni in New York
Mudgi r. Ko e. Gutht ic and Alox
an lor v hi n tin Pre iident se-
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Yeshiva Day School Plans Auction,
Celebration Of Independence Dav
Yeshiva Day School of North gar) of the state of Israel m-
\liaini Beach will conduct its day, depicting through reuution,
annual auction at the Washington
Federal Savings Bank Auditorium
633 NE 167th St., Sunday at
7:30 p.m.
Mr, and Mrs. Harry doom.
long and dance the religi >us I
material growth of Israel ever the
past 25 years.
Dr. Harry Kurgan of the Uni-
versity of Miami School of Eduea-
chairman of this event, announced (ton, wil be supervising ih. aca-
demic testing of the Students of
Yeshiva Day School. This intensive
testing program will be conducted
for two weeks at all grade levels
that the amount and quality of the
merchandise which will be auc-
; tioncd off this year far surpasses
those of previous years.
A professional auctioneer. Harold including kindergarten
Cobb. has been engaged to conduct
the auction. All proceeds will go
i towards the maintenance of the
only Hebrew day school in North
Dade. The public is invited to at-
i lend: admission is free.
Yeshiva Day School will conduct
an Israeli Independence Day Cele-
bration marking the 25th atwiver-
Rabbi Stanley B. Wei--, princi-
pal of the three year old school,
said, "The purpose of the testing
is to determine the overall per-
centile of the school and of each
individual grade."
Torah Fund Luncheon
The annual Torah Fund Res-
ident Hall champagne luncheon
will be held at Temple Beth Tov
on Sunday at 1 p.m. The after
noon will feature a musical pro-
gram with Irene llugel of "Stars
of David." In charge of reserva-
tions are Mildred Weiss and Min
Sehaller.
Registration for the 1973-74
school year is now undo, way at
the Yeshiva office. 9!>0 NE 171st
St. Rabbi Weiss will be available
to meet with interested parent >.
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Miami, Florida Friday, May 4, 1973
Text Of Mount Sinai Statement
On The Medicare Investigation
-. TI?k 'i,1^ t6X'' of a..slaitement Bl"e Cross has now suggested to community services, its position
On the Medicare investigation at Mount Sinai that some Medicare in the greater Mami area or its
Mount S,nai Medical Center issued claims that were paid in the past standard of medical excellence to
fr**5 'Israel 25 Sabbath?
Proclamation Issued
by Alvin M. Goldberg, hospital
director, at a news conference held
in the hospital Tuesday afternoon.
Officials of Moun- Sinai Medical
Center, and its counsel, met Tues-
day with officials of Blue Cross
of Florida and HEW. and Blue
Cross' private counsel, at the re-
quest of Blue Cross of Florid?.
Although Mount Sinai desired
t> obtain additional specifics con-
cerning Blue Cross assertions of
overpayment and its proposed
action. Blue Cross insisted on lim-
iting the meetings to the narrow
question of whether a partial sus-
pension of Medicare payments
should be imposed prior to i de
termination that Mount Sinai had
in fact been overpaid.
Blue Cross confirmed that no
determination of overpayments
had been made, and also that no
decision to make a suspension had
been made. Blue Cross again de-
clined to state the reasons for its
assertions of overpayment, and
also declined to reveal its inten-
tions or its future procedure.
Because of the continued inter-
est of the public in these discus-
sions. Mount Sinai would like to
clarify the issues in this case.
Under Medicare procedure.
Mount Sinai is required to submit
claims to Blue Cross on behalf of
Medicare patients cared for by
the Hospital. Blue Cross is then
required to determine whether the
claim should be paid, and if a
positive determination is made,
the claim is paid. If a negative
determination is made, the indi-
vidual beneficiary is required to
pay the charges All determina-
tions of Medicare coverage have
been consistently approved by
yearly audits of Mount Sinai.
should not have been paid. In sug-
gesting that they had paid for
claims that were purportedly not
covered by the Medicare Act. 3iu?
Cross did not present any evidence
that Mount Sinai had acte'l im-
properly, nor did Blue Cross pre-
sent any substantiation of the
charges made by Dr. Warren
Jacobs that prompted the investi-
gation.
Although Blue Cross has char-
acterized the alleged improper
payments as overpayments to the
hospital, they are really overpay-
ments, if at all, to the Medicare
beneficiary The ultimate legal
liability for any incorrect pay-
ments lies with the beneficiary,
not the hospital.
The attempt by Blue Cross to
revise its earlier determination
that the services were covered
could have severe economic con-
sequences not only to the hos-
pital, but also to the Medicare
beneficiaries.
Mount Sinai has made a special
review of the cases that Blue Cross
has indicated it had improperly
paid in the past. This review indi-
cates that the services in question
were medically necessary and
proper. On this basis Mount Sinai
disputes the Clue Cross claim both
on behalf of itself and on behalf
of the beneficiaries ultimately
affected.
Mount Sinai's counsel have ad-
vised that the procedures followed
by Blue Cross in reversing prior
determinations that the >ervices
were covered are contrary to fed-
eral law and contrary to the regu-
lations issued by the Department
of Health, Education and Welfare.
Mount Sinai will not permit its
Maccabizih Testimonial Dinner
To Feature Morris McLemore
"Sports for Israel Week." M iv
10-17, has been proclaimed by
Governor Rcubi.i Askew, and bv
!'! Mayors <<:' '' :i"l..\
ni, Miami B iach, North
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Ish Olympl I in 1 ra !,
9-19. The : will be dot'i
cated to the el b ts of
t'le Israel Olympic Team who were
murdered In Munich la sui
Four communi re will be
honored by the U. S. Com;
- orts for Israel. ;;......i of the
U. S. Maccabiah Team. E.
Pallot, general
State Committee and his co-
hairmen, Con nan William
Lehman. George W. Valentine and
Robert V. Waik. r
Approximately 130 Jewish atli
let.es will represent the Unite!
35 nation poi
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mo to und her ex
penses, I
. tations and indivi I-
ua have | d t.> sponsor
athlete r to contribute to their
U i
The testimonial dinner at the
Dnral Hotel will help in raising
sizable sums toward the Maccabiah
;- !: ay be ob
tained by railing dinner chairman
m.
Burleigh !tee Leads Condominiums
In Sates Of Slate Of Israel Bonds
The Israel B in I Hi
I ivision has an '' '''-
House is ''-'!
ami Beach i
In sales of
a total of $103,000 so far
The bulk of the 1
chased at a Burlei".
In Israel" celebration last
during which three couples Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Bakerman. Dr.
and Mrs. Isadore H Sackadorf and
Mr. and Mrs. David Wasserman
reci ived the State of Israel Scroll
of Honor.
tor of
U in South Hoi I
commended Burleigh House chair-
Benjamin Land' r and co-
chairman Jack Filosol' and Alfred
Kaplan for their leadership and
also tnanked committee members
and all residents of Burleigh
House who helped bring about the
record sales.
be eroded by arbitrary and illegal
procedures on the part of Blue
Cross and HEW. Accordingly, the
hospital intends to take whatever
legal action is necessary to pre-
vent any suspension of Medicare
payments, and to establish that
HEW and Blue Cross lack legal
authority to withhold such pay-
ments.
The Medical program was in-
tended to serve the interests of
the elderly medical patient popu-
lation; the powers given to HEW
by Congress were intended to
serve these ends and the abuse of
such powers undermines not only
the intent of the Congress, but also
constitutional protection of indi-
vidual rights upon which Mount
Sinoi Medical Center bases
position.
The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami has issued a
proclamation designating Friday night and Saturday. May 4 and
5, as "Israel 25 Sabbath."
The proclamation, issued in the name of the association by
its president, Dr. Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom, reads:
WHEREAS the State of Israel has reached the 25th anniver-
sary of its founding, and
WHEREAS the rebirth of the Jewish homeland has brought
about the absorption of hundreds of thousands of homeless Je irs,
including the present ongoing surge of immigration of Soviel
Jews, and
WHEREAS the camion of the State of Israel has brought
new pride and vitality into the hearts and minds of Jews
throughout tiie world,
THEREFORE, the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami
proclaims the Sabbath of Friday and Saturday, May 4 and 5, as
Israel 25 Sabbath" and calls for prayers of thanksgiving to be
recited in ail synagogues and temples.
We call upon the Jewish community to express its joy and
to participate in the various community Israel 25 celebrations.
We call for the continuation of the unprecedented support by
the Greater Miami community for the State of Israel which will
allow her to remain a home and a haven for the countless home-
less Jews throughout the world.
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Way, May 4. 1973
Young Israel Elects
>r. Bloom President
I Voung Israel of Greater retary, and Ernest Field, Irea-
nii has elected r ts new presid ml
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Pag* i

DR. NORMAN A. BLOOM
The new president of the North
Miami Beach congregation is a
raduate of the Albert Einstein
College of Medicine. He was a res-
ident in Urology at Yale New
Hav n Hospital and is a Diplomats
of the American Board of Urology.
Dr. Bloom was a volunteer phy-
sician al Shaare Zedek Hospital
in Jerusalem during the 1967 war.
After moving to Miami in 1970 he
became the first advisor of the
Golan Chapter of the National
Conference of Synagogue Youth
and was chosen as Southern
Region Advisor of the Year in
2971. He is a member of the)
Planning Committee on Jewish
Education of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Dr. Bloom and his wife, Hie
former Naomi Felman. are the
parents of three daughters, Adina,
Miriam and Yael.
Bk>"m officially
May 1
took office
Graduate Club Gathering
Next withering 0f the Graduate
Club, social and civic organization
Servin, with him will be Irving fof gj d h
Seic! 1. first vice pre.-ident: D.ivin '"* ,
LebouiU. second vice president; 20s and 30s ls scheduled for Sun-
Larry Skolnick. recording secre (lil> "* 7 Pm *t the Green Dolphin
tary: Jennie Click, financial sec-1 Miamarina on the bay.
CARIH Chapter
Surprise Partv
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Lorber ( hapter of the Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital will hold its next meet-
ing Tuesday at the Sweden House
lurant on South Dixie High
ij The business agenda will
follow a 10:30 a.m. demonstl
of yoga by Mrs. Roberta Stuart.
Tuesday, May IS, at n a.m. in
the Eden Hoc Hotel, the chapter
will hold a "Surprise Party,'' at
its annual donor luncheon for
members who have been raising
funds to support the Research In
stitute and Hospital in Denver.
Included in the program for the
day will be presentation of the
Fanny Lorber Award, the Alan
Rackoff Award and naming of the!
Man of the Year.
Planning the affair are Mrs.
Allen Abelson. chairman, and Mrs,
Sam Greenfeder, president. Mrs.
Arthur Newman and Mrs. Arnold
Grossman, reservation chairmen, ',
Ronald Stark To
Install Officers
Ronald Stark, southern regional
director of the American Society
for Technion. will be guest speaker
and installing officer for the wom-
en's division of the Miami Beach
chapter of the ATS at noon Thurs-
day. May 10. in the Algiers Hotel.
The newly elected slate of offi-
cers includes Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
honorary life president: Mrs. Mil-
dred Gladstone, president; Mrs.
Henry Arthur. Mrs. Jack Cantor.
Mrs. Milton Jacobson, Mrs. Nathan
Leder and Mrs. George Valentine.
vice presidents; Mrs. Sam Horo-
witz, recording secretary; Mrs
Flora Sinick. corresponding sec-
retary; Mrs. Harry Shocket, finan-
cial secretary: Mrs. Fdith Apple-
baum. treasurer, and Mrs. Jack
Katzman. parliamentarian.
"In addition to the installation,
there will be a musical program
featuring Luke Salem.'' Mrs. Mil-
ton Sirkin. outgoing president of
the group, announced.
Arthur Stein, (lefO director of Beth David Congregation, and
Sam Badanes, (right) vice president, present David Ben-
Gurion with a plaque declaring him honorary member of
Beth David. The ceremony took place at Mr. Ben-Gurion's
residence in Sde Boker during their recent visit to Israel.
Belli David Celebrating Its 60th
And Israel's 2.>i!i Anniversary
Beth David, the pioneer congre- moth mi lip roster.
gation of Miami, now observing its
liOth anniversary, is proud to in-
clude in its celebration the 25th
anniversary of the State of Israel.
As Beth David bestowed honor
upon its founders, it also paid
tribute to the great statesman, pio-
neer builder, lender and proclaimer
of the State of Israel. David Ben
Gurion, electing him honorarv
member of Beth David, presenting
him with a plaque and inscribing
his name at th" head of its mam-
The plaque was presented to
David Ben-Gurion at his residence
Boker. Israel, by Sam Ba-
danes. vice president, and Arthur
Stein, director of Beth David dur-
ing their recent visit to Israel.
Mr. Ben-Gurion graciously re-
sponded with a letter of apprecia-
tion, thus forging another strong
link of friend;hip between Amer-
ica and Israel and between its two
peoples in this dual anniversary
year.
SUNSET PREP SCHOOL
APPLICATIONS NOW BEING TAKEN
FOR THE FOLLOWING:
Male-Female Students and Retirees considered,
Bus Drivers (Econoline Ford) and Kitchen Help
(Part Time) General Office Help.
CALL FOR INTERVIEW 274-5111
WEEK ENDS 665-3343
11925 SUNSET DRIVE
Conducting the special Passover seder April 19 at St. Ste-
phens Episcopal Church sponsored by Spectrum House
(Dade County's drub rehabilitation centers), is Abraham
Gittelson (standing), associate director of the Central Agency
for Jewish Education. Nearly 200 residents of three Spectrum
Houses attended the dinner and service, made possible
with the cooperation of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and a number of independent businessmen in the area.
Spectrum House staff members seated at the head table
included Rev. Fred Harrison, (left) executive director and
Len Lewis, resources director.
THE ISRAEL 25 COMMITTEE PRESENTS
SUNDAY, MAY 6 7:00 P.M.
loaders of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation recently
( conferred with Irving Kane, (second from right) president of
I the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. Mr. Kane, a
-iier president of the Council of Jewish Federations and
i. Welfare Funds, is a member of the governing bodies of
United Jewish Appeal, the Joint Distribution Committee, the
J American Jewish Congress and the American Jewish Com-
[mittee. At left are Harry B. Smith, a GMJF vice president and
[a member of the 1973 CJA-IEF campaign steering committee,
nd Richard D. Levy, a member of Federation's board of
[directors and 1973 CJA-IEF campaign steering committee;
lorton Silberman, also a GMJF vice president and mem-
er of the 1973 CJA-IEF campaign steering committee, is al
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A NIGHT
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Prayer Service
Dancing
Refreshments
Entertainment
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Women For Hillel Planning
1st Luncheon-Fashion Show
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.:- ions includes Mrs. A..
Shcir, Mrs. Robert Shupack, Mrs.
Sanford Greene, and Mrs Joshua
Weinberg.
Among the adults in the show
n,i will sing, dance, speak, and
lodel arc Mrs. Phil Classman,
Irs, Harvey Baxter, Mrs. Murray
Kane, Mrs. Edward Roaengarten,
Mrs, Hannah Zion, Mrs. Sanfo.-d
Greene, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Genad,
Mclvin Drucker, Cantor
Jacob Mendelson, Dr. Arnold
-Ik ir, Ed Rosengarten, Mrs. Amy
Weirtberg, Mrs. Anna Sharlot. Bill
Seigel, Sam Shupack. Mrs. Arnold
Shi ir, Mrs. Robert Shupack. .Mrs.
la Warren, Sanford Greene and
i and Mrs. Herb Gold.
The children from the Hillel
v omniunitv Day School \vh will
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Belli Karen Gold,
Stephen Chait
Engaged to Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Jack J. Gold of
16321 SW 96th Ave.. have an
nounced the engagement of their
daughter Beth Karen to Stephen
; Gary Chait.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Killian Senior High School and
attended Miami-Dade Junior Col-
lege.
Son of Mrs. Sclma Chait. 9950
SW 8th St.. and the late Milton
Chait, the prospective bridegroom
I is a graduate of the University of
South Florida.
The couple will be married in
January, 1974.
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Voters i ic will hold an open
to the public meeting Tuesdaj
at 8 p.m. at the Washington Fed-
eral, 1234, Washington Ave.
Harry Levy, president of the
group, will moderate.
& -6 ir
A public luncheon-meet'Hg to
kick off "Clean up. Paint up, Fix
up Month" in Miami is set for
Friday at 12:15 in the Columbus
Hotel, chairman E. Albert PaHot
of the sponsoring Committee on
Ecology and Beautification has
announced.
Women's American ORT..
We invite our friends, members and
their families to join with us
in celebrating Israel's 25th birthday at
"A NIGHT IN ISRAEL"
May 6th 7 P.M. Flamingo Park
ENTERTAINMENT DANCING -
REFRESHMENTS SINGING!
FtfEE OF CHARGE!
FOR INFORMATION CALL WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT
ISRAEL 25 OFFICE 221-8000 757-2539
Cabbage Juice Pill
Used In Ulcer Cases
By Science Service
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 14 A
cabbage juice concentrate can
be used to heal ulcers. Dr. Gar-
nett Cheney of the Stanford
School of Medicine reported to
the National Gastrocnterological
Assn. here.
Instead of drinking a quart of
cabbage juice daily, the 100
ulcer patients he treated swal-
lowed three tablespoons of the
concentrate. Yet their pain van-
ished within five days, and ulcer
craters in most cases healed in
an average of 13 to 14 days,
about the same time as required
with the cabbage juice treat-
ment.
Using the concentrate, pa-
tients were allowed to eat what
they pleased. The Pure Cabbage
Concentrate is available in cap-
sule form at
Lyons Happy Health Foods
542 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, Ha.
For Further Information Call
672-4264
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JUNE 20 JULY 17
# Crash course in conversational Hebiev/
# Lectures about Israel
# Seminars
# Archeological digs
# Work in the fields
# Sports activities
# Rap sessions
# Religious services
With Alonei Yitzchak as base, the young people will visit Na-
thanya, Tel Aviv, Rechovot, Jaffa, Ashdod and Ashkelon. Then
come tours of Eilat, Arad, Jerusalem, Beersheba and other his-
torical landmark*.
Six days in ITALY:
ROME NAPLES POMPEII SORRENTO
$997.00
(plus $3 tax & $10
registration fee)
SPONSORED BY THE
Jewish Welfare Federation of Greater Hollywood
in conjunction with
The Broward Board of Rabbis
Tour Leader: Rabbi Avrom Drazin, Temple Israel oi Miramar
Departure from Ft. Lauderdale International Airport
WEDNESDAY JUNE 20th
Return to Ft. Lauderdale International Airport
TUESDAY, JULY 17th
For further information contact:
JEWISH WELFARE FEDERATION
1909 Harrison St., Hollywood 945-0964


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A/e think we offer one? of the best deals of
sll the financial institutions in South Florida.
; Jere are five reasons why:
1. New high interest rates.
We pay 5-3 4'V> on our 2-year pas?
book accounts: 5-1 2"oon our 1 year p< --
Dook accounts. Not only that, we compound
the interest daily so the 2-year account
actually earns a 6o annual yield when the
interest is left to accumulate, and the 1 year
account. 5.73%,
2. One grand is one grand reason.
All it takes to open an account with us
that'll earn you that5-3/4% is one thousand
dollars. We're not the only place that pays
a healthy interest rate. But we are one of
the few places that'll pay that much on as
little as one grand.
3. Add as little as $100 anytime.
Most places won't let von add to youi
1 or 2-year accounts. You have to save up
. lower rate of interest) until you have
enough to buy another multi thousand dol
lar certificate of deposit.
But once you open an account with
us. you i\\n add to your account any lime
you like -and in as small an amount as
$100. Deposit the money and we'll pay
interest on it from that day forward. Naturally
each deposit just like the original one
is committed for either one or two years.
whichever you specified.
4. As safe as money in the bank.
It's got to be safe as money in the bank.
Because it is money in the bank. The FDIC
insures your account for up to $20,000. By
the way. if you're able to deposit as much as
SI00.000. we'd like to talk with you about
even higher interest rates.
5. One less hassle.
You ve got to maintain a checking
account anyway, right.-' Well, since you al
ready do business with a bank, why not keep
the re^t of your money here? If we're paying
,1-- much as your money earns elsewhere.
why go elsewhere.-1
We'll do the paperwork.
We want to make it easier for you to
make your money work harder. Just drop
in to any one of our banks, sign the form.
a\h\ we'll automatically handle the transfer
of funds for you. Come on in. You've got
nothing to lose. And 6<> to gain.
This 5-3 4o passbook will yield 6%
when you let your interest accumulate.
The Miami Beach First National Bank
Coral Gables First National Bank
United National Bank of Dadeland
United National Bank of Miami
United National Bank of Westland
Security Exchange Bank, W. Palm Beach
United Banking Group
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Friday, May 4 1ST3
Ellen Mancller Installed Bv
Miami Chapter Of Hadassah
Bernard Mar.dicr ;... I
- tiled a^ preside] l
: Ciiupti r of Hadassah i a
MRS. BERNARD MANDLIR
uncheon Sunday, a; il ;:
the Americana H< ti .
Twenty-five group pres ei
'.ill aI>o be installed, representing
.. total of 5,400 women :n mi
thip.
Installing officer will b<
Irwin Liss. Chairman of the day
is Mrs. Mervyn Siskind.
Group presidents being installed Liss.
. Jack Ep tein, Aliyah;
Aviva; Mrs
Ein Ki i
Louis
Nathan Tat?.
Meyers,
Mi Harry F< U ,
mar. May-
rl Frank, Mazel; and
v.: Arthur Lyons, Menorah.
tvin, Mig-
[orris Lauretz. M!
Jules Goldmark.
Mrs. Lillian Da\.v n,
Ram Mrs. Sol Zimmerman,
R Grei ".: Mrs. Einanuei
;. E a lor R k i velt; Mrs,
i >m; Mrs
: ihana;
Lilienthal, P
Mrs Fred Oarr, Tikvah;
Mi hai dler, Torah:
Esther Dorr, Chaim Weizmann:
Max Goldberg, Vaffa.
!x installed .- the chap- '
< i:.. cutive i) ard, which in
:Iudes Mrs. Ilaroid Abbott, Mrs
Jack Cohen, Mrs. Arthur Gross-
nan. Mrs. Avner Lewis, Mrs. Doris
.1 mnitz, Mrs. Jules Freeman.
Seymour Silverman, Mrs.
Lloyd Oriow and Mrs. George
sb.
Area vice presidents to be to-
talled arc .Mrs. Ralph Deutsch.
Mrs. Harvey Friidman. Mrs
Leonard Brodsky. Mrs. Leonard
Schrelber, Mrs. Herman Fiske.
Mrs. William Paul and Mrs. Joseph
Mrs,
S /
Mrs
Mrs.
Pepsi Shopping Spree winner Mrs. Chester A. Wood, Jr. of
11270 SW 47th Terr., looks happily on, surrounded by her
.-.usbend and children as Note Feldman (in dark suit), vice
president and general menager of Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.
of Miami, Inc., shows Eob Longtemps, manager of the Winn
Dixie store at 107th Avenue and Bird Road, a check he's
aoout to present to Mrs. Wood. The check, in the amount of
S471.93, represented the value of the groceries shown in the
photo. Mrs. Wood scooped up the most items during a
given amount of time when Pepsi held its Shopping Spree
Sweepstakes here April 10. Three more winners will be se-
lected during the next five weeks, Mr. Feldman said.
Congratulating Elaine Bloom, (center) president of the
Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women,
on her election to the NCJW's national board are Martha
Myers, (right) honorary national vice president, and Myra
rarr, national vice president
Miss Markowitz,
Dr. Brandwein
Plan Marriage
Mr. and Mrs, Philip Markowitz
of Jersey City, X. J.. announce the
nt of their daughter.
' sther, to Dr Theodore S. Brand-
wein of New York City and Miami
Beach, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Brandwein of Miami Beach.
Miss Markowitz is an English
teacher in Farmingdale. N. J. She
graduated summa cum laude from
Jerw State College, where
she was named to "Who's Who in
American Universities and Col-
5."
Dr. Brandwein is a graduate
of the University cf Vermont.,
Rutgers University of Law and the
Ki ;ty College of Osteo-
pathic Medicine. He served as a
judicial clerk, and was a practicing
attorney before commencing his
medical studies. He served his
internship at the United State.'
Pubiic Health Service Hospital.
State:: Island, X. V and is now in
the genera! practice of medicine
The wedding is planned fw
July 4.
Mrs. Ceil Block is installed as new president of the V.
en's Cancer League of Miami Beach by Alvin Goldfcx
director of Mount Sinai Medical Center. A major project
of the Cancer League is a continuing drive to raise :
for the purchase of new equipment fc: the Mount Sin
Tumor Clinic.
We THINK
THERE ARE PEOPLE
AROUND WHO
CHAFE AT LIVING A
FORMULA LIFE IN
A FORMULA HOME.
PEOPLE WHO KNOW
TASTE. WHO WANT
SOMETHING MORE
THAN MEDIOCRITY
THE RENAISSANCE
ASpler.d1dl>luxuou,londom,,um,es,d.nu.onlhco<(,,n ,r<>m l5} w


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How many tin ies nave you heard fellows
say, 'I wish I had bought back when"
Procrastination in buying reai estate
(or a home) is a good way to lose your shirt.
In fact, with the way construction costs
continue to climb you could lose more
than your shirt. Today's prices at River
Reach are as iow as you'll ever see them.
If you go home without buying our $27,700
apartment today it'll cost you a lot more
tomorrow, when you come back.
If you think you'd like to live on an
island, completely surrounded by water,
with only one entrance guarded by a
manned gatehouse 24 hours, on a river with
some of the most beautiful sub-tropical
scenery in South Florida..".take advantage
of us while you can. One thing we guarantee...
if you don't buy now you'll pay dearly next
season.
m river rceacH
u. An adult island condominium w.th 2 bedroom apar mcntj^om *^ ^^ Bou,evard (,emporary ^ ,nen east to Sw 9th Ave.. and left one block. Phone 522-6738/Th.s ,s
9th Ave., just one bltf k.,n '^?\ ',' RjVel! Reach For complete details refer to condominium documents available to purchasers,
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Mark Mcdow
RANDY PAUL
Sandy, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Paul, will observe liis Bar
Mi'zvah at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion during Shabbat afternoon
vices on May 5 a' Beth rorah
Congregation.
Tiie celebrant is in the eighth
grade at John F. Kennedy Junior
High School and a member of the
pre-confnmatioii class of Beth
Torah's Harold W'oik Religious
School.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul will honor
their son at a reception and din
er al the Eden Roc Hotel follow-
ing the Bar Mitzvah ceremony.
Vmong guests will be Randy's
Imi thers, Mrs. Mona Model]
Mrs. Lillian Paul, and his
.; grandmother, Mrs. Koue
ka of Belle Harbor, N. Y.
".
ARTHUR SCHLHEK
. son of Mr. and Mr.*. <
! him< k. ii: b come .i
I h i1!: 'ii SI abbal
: i lay 5
'J : I!.
in the se>
ii
) .I .. the I
( t Beth T"idh'i ] VVolk
J ool,
and Mi S< n .'. ill honor
their on bj hi ti the Kid iu >h
ng gue&l will be Vifrcd '
S lefc of North Miami B&tch,
u randfather.
.
DOUGLAS GLA/ER
Douglas Charles Glazer will ob-
vc his Bar Mitzvah during Sat-
U3 la: n orning services May 5 at
l rrple Beth El.
Pulp:' honors will be accorded
r. and Mrs. Ira M. Glazer Friday
evening in honor of their son's
Bar Mitzvah. The Oneg Shabbat
and flowers will be sponsored by
the celebrant's mind parents. Mr.
SB I Mrs. Louis A. Glazer of Hai-
Irndale, and Dr. and Mrs. George
i L. Sus.-nian of New York City
Douglas is in the seventh grade
.it Nova Middle School.
JEFFREY PAl'I.
Shabbat afternoon service* on
.May 5 al Beth Torah Congreg I
lion will include the Bar Mii/vih
of Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Paul.
Following the ceremony, the
celebrant will be feted at a re-
ception and dinner at the Eden
Roc Hotel. Among guests will he
Jeffrey's grandmothers, Mrs. Mona
Model! and Mrs. Lillian Paul, and
reat-gr and mother, Mrs. Rose
Soroka of Belle Harbor. \. V.
Jeffrey is in the seventh grade
it John F. Kenned) Junioi High
School, and Is now a studenl In
'he fifth gra !c of B< th 'i
Harold VVolk Religious School.

JOEI D1RIM
Ci M. j 3. | I soi
'
14011 Lake CI
Lake ill b'eon Bar Mi
i i th Jaci b.
: lent
' ior i
ol.
Ir
-n.i ... I imar < onn > f Forl
Wall Fl i
Mi I Mi 5. Adirim will host
I Shab tat on Fi the
\ ing the ci n mony
on .-.'. and a reception al
their 7:30 p.m. on Satur
day in honor ol the occasion
lii-A'RY ROZLN
Henry, the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Simon Rozen of Miami Beach, will
bo called to the Torah as a Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, May 5. at the
Cuban Hebrew Congregation ol
Miami Beach.
The celebrant is a student at
the Hebrew Academy of Greater
Miami.
Dr. and Mrs Rozen will honor
their son at a reception for family
ind friends following the services.
ft
OSCAR SCHNEIDER
Saturday morning. May 5. in the
Main Sanctuary of Temple Ner
I'am.d. OiOar, the son Of Robert
and Carmen Schneider, will be
Bar Mitzvah.
Otcar is a student of Ner
ramid Religious Scho >l and Nauti-
lus Junior High School.
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
ices, and a reception in Oscar's
' onor will be held Saturday at
the Coral Gables Woman's Club.
MARK MEDOW
Mar!; Joseph, son of Dr. and
\t -. Aaron Medow, will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday. May 5. at
["cmpie Emanu-EH.
Mark, a life scout in Troop 65
lonsored by Temple Emanu-El,
vil] receive his Ner Tamid Award
t the Saturday roorn'ng services
The celebrant will be honored
Emanu-El.
Mark's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Medow of Miami
Beach, and M.\ and Mrs. Arthur
"t-ii <\t Hrr\ burg. Pa., will at-
tend the event.
JEFFREY WILD
Jeffrey, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Wild, will be called to the
Torah as a Bar Mitzvah Saturday,
Mnw 5. at Temple Sinai of North
Dade.
The celebrant is a student at
'ohn F. Kennedy Junior High
School, where he is iu the seventh
made.
Here to help him celebrate the
ccasion will be his grandmother,
Mrs. .Mary Korncr. his aunt and
uncle. Mr. and Mrs. a. Sorkin, and
i cousin Morris Gramm.
ERIC GOLDEN eighth grade.
Erie John, the son of Mr. and Out of town relatives sharing in
Mrs. Alan Golden, will become ] the festivities will include M*=i=
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Sinai of Mrs. Ralph Loeb of New *^
North Dade Saturday, May 5. Mrs. F. Davidson of Long Island,
Eric attends Parkway Junior N. Y.. Mrs. B. Spitzer and Miss R.
High School, where he is in the Spitzer of New York City.
Alan E. Master, former execu-
tive vice president of the Jeffer-
son National Bank at Kendall,
has been elevated to the presi-
dency of the bank, according
to an announcement made by
Arthur M. Courshon, chairman
of its beard of directors. Mr.
Mast?r succeeds Barton S.
Goldberg in the post; Mr. Gold-
berg has been made vice chair-
man of the board.
Decrbornc
School
FOUNDED
1951
Accredited by the Southern
Association of Colleges and Schools
SUMMER SCHOOL-
JB 6. SR HIGH SCHOQL
ADVANCED 4 MAKE-UP CSFDITS
Elementary review of all subjecU
--------SUMMER CAMP-------
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MOM.
Swimming Basketball Worklhop Got' Modfr Dan.-
Kiil^i, Arch* Itonn Ro.iei Skating'? Bowlin/j
-.-, c.eid npi
TranspOrtotiO' c'ii'ic Cafeteria Gymncr
PRESCHOOL KINDERGARTEN
GRADES 1 thru 12
31 1 SEVILLA AVE., CORAL GABLES
444 4662
HIGHLANDS
NORTH CAROLINA
c<\mp
highUndep
A residential camp for boys
and girls ages 7-15 in 5-4-9
week sessions, Juno 16-
Aug. 18. Located at 4200
feet in the heart of the Blue
Ridge Mountains,
Highlander offers a moun-
tain of fun with horseback
riding, hiking, nature crafts
and riflery. Water sports
include sailing, skiing and
canoeing.
1
Mr. Mario D. Pena, Pine Crest
School, 1501 N.E. 62nd St., Ft.
Lauderdale, Fla. 33308 Phone:
772-6550
Alexander Camp builds strong bodies and good minds with top
professional counselors and instructors. Ages 3 through 14 years
Riding
Tennis
Archery/
fan campus) Sailing (Boys & Girls) Swimming Arts, Crafts Skin Diving Riflery
Open House Sot. May 5
REMEDIAL READING; SUMMER MONTESSORI, AIR COND. BUSSES
14850 S. W. 67 AVENUE, 665-6274
Also May 19-26 horn 1 to 4 p


Friday, Mav 4, 1973
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165X15 ZX Black 44.39 | 181
166X15 ZX White 57.58 i 193
135X13 X Black
21.80]
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145X15 X Black i 31.55 I 39
165X15 X Black
42.44 1.82
520X12 X Black
27.84
1560X15 X Black
39.85
1.69
590X14 X Black
42.38
725X13 X Black
52.95' 2.20
165X13 XAS Black 44.201 167
165X14 XAS Black 48.25 1.77
175X14 XAS Black 53.26
1165X15 XAS Black 51.08
I 90
195
DVNLOP
RADIAL
95
Plus 1 46
F E.Tax &
Trade-in
155R-13 Black
I65R-13 Black
175R-13 Black
175R-13White
165R-14 Black
I65R-14 White
165R-15 Black
165R-15 White
PRICE
23.95
24.95
25.95
27.95
25.95
27.95
27.95
29.95
F.E. TAX
50
69
198
2 05
205
187
1.87
775X15
825X14
825X15
855X14
855X15 21.50
17.00
17.00
21.25
224
247
While only Whilewalls shghlly higher
BF Goodrich
SILVERTOWN
BELTED
POLYESTER CORD
FIBERGLASS BELTS
Some Sizes Rayon Cord & Belts
SIZE I PRICE F.E T.I
B78-14/645X14 20.95 2.06
C78-14/695X14 21.95 2.10
E78-14/735X14 23.95 2.34
F78-14/775X14 24.95 2.52
F78-15/775X15 25.95 I 2.58
G78-14/825X14 25.95 2.69
G78-15/825X15! 26.95 278
H78-14/855X14 28.95 293
H78-15/855X15 28.95 3.01
'J78-15/885X15 33.95, 3.12
L78-15/915X15 37.95 3.27
While only Whilewalls shghlly higher
PIU5
Tax jrn
2.01
to 3 19
& trade-in
:
CAMPEii
SPECIAL
HEAVY DUTY EXPRESS
CAMPERS. PICK UPS. VANS
PANELS AND HEAVY DUTY TRUCKS
95
600X16
6 ply tube-type
Plus ? 33 F E Tax
SIZE a, TYPE
670X15 Tube-type
670X15 Tubeless
700X13 Tubeless
700X14 Tubeless
700X15 Tube-type
710X15 Tube-type
650X16 Tube-type
700X16 Tube-type
750X16 Tube-type
750X20 Tube-type
825X20 Tube-type
900X20 Tube-type
1000X20 Tube-type
1000X22 Tube-type
PLY
6
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10
10
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12
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PRICE
21.95
24.95
20.95
22.95
27.95
F.E.TlI
2 40
2.65
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37.95
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69.95
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2 49
258
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510
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7.33
910
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Free replacement
within 90 days of
purchase it battery
proves detective
Alter 90 days, we
will replace the bat
tery it defective and
charge you only for
the pe'iod ol ownership based on the regular
selling price at the time of return, pro rated over
specified number of months.
BATTERIES
as BI^tb exchange
F |] most Chi fords Plymouths
talent pri :es on ai: Dthti UICS
SAFETY BRAKE SERVICE
FORD, CHEVROLET
AMERICAN COMPACTS
Turn drums it required
Repi.'-ce linings all 4 wheels.
i new linings
Bleed hydraulic system add
necessaryfluid
Repack Iront wheel bearirgs
Road test car
Most other American cars $39 9^
Disc Brakes Higher
CENTRAL MIAMI
5300 N.W. 27th Ave. 634-1556
CORAL GABLES
Bird & Douglas Road 446-8101
NORTH MIAMI
13360 N.W. 7fh Ave. 681 8541
MIAMI SHORES
8801 Biscayne Bl d. 759-4446
N. MIAMI BEACH
1700 N.E. 163rd St. 945-7454
MIAMI BEACH
1454 Alton Road 672-535(3


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LEGAL NOTICt
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL fOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-2271
FRANK B. DOWLING
In RE Estate of
MARY AGNES. MITCIIJ3JJ* a. :. a
M \KV A MITCHELL
lei eA86d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T< \ Cri 11 torn and .\li Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
ite
You ar. hereby notified and reoulred
to present any rlalms and demand*
whli li vou m.i\ have againsl thi
tat* nf M.ii'. A. : i VIItchi .1 I; .1
Mary A Mitchell dei n I ati
Dade 1 touui* I 1 thi Circuit
Judgi ol i 1 ide 1 'ount) and file thi
same in duplicate and .1- provided
in s.-, in n 738 16, Florida SI itutes, in
their offices in the County Courthouse
in bade 'ounty, Florida, w Ithln six
calendar months from the time of the
111.1 publication hereof, 01 the sunn-
will be bai n n
Filed al Miami, Florida, this 23rd
d.,v of April, A I' 19" I
Tlii i.mas R SPENCER, JR.
.\- Bxi. utor
K11 -1 publication nf his mice on
the 87 day of April. 1873
Ed in M ninshuni
M\ ers, Kaplan Porter, t-evlnsoi i
Kenln
a 1 torni'.v for Bxi cutor
7th Fl....., 1428 Brlckell Avenue
.\i iml. Florida 88181
4 :: :. 1-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring 1......m:il-.- In
business under the fictitious name nf
BI.ECTRO SIGNS al :'' N.Vf, 75th
Street, M Is ml Fla 331 17 Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Courl of Dade County.
Florida
1:1 ECTRO NEON SKIN COMPANY
l.vc
Leonard .1 Kalian
Attorney for annllcanl
Suite 200, 1086 8 w. 1st Street
M 1 nil. Flu
-I 20-27 .-.'t-11
IN THE 11TH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 73-9703
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE The marriage of
sixth PEREZ, Husband,
and
DoRIS 0 PEREZ, Wife,
YOU, |x >ltis G PEREZ, residence
unknown, are required to file your an-
swer i" ili petition for dissolution of
in rlage with the 'lerk nf the nb\
Courl and serve a copy thereof ui.....
Hi rman Cohen, Esq 1310-11 Con-
gress Building, Miami Florida, on or
1,. r< May 80, 1973, or else petition
will be confessed
April 80, 1978
Richard P. Brinker
Clerk, Circuit 1 "otti 1
Bj l! M KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
4/27 3/4-11-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-8733
NOT'CE OF ADOPTION
IX RE: ADOPTION op
\li.\i >!J CHILD |!Y
"OKI IKRE 1 "ARSI IN SI '1 iI.EY
Ti 1 BRUNO V DANNENBERO
ANTHl INY I 'RIVE
1 as \i:i;as. \::\ \ 1 \
yoi' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai .1 Petition for Adoption has I" n
fill d and .....nmenced In this Coui l,
and you are required to Berve a copy
nf v ,.111 v 1 ui. 11 -i'i : and defense .
If any. on ROBERT R WHITE, At-
.mi v for !'' II loin 1. w ho
- 1032 DuPonl Building Miami. Flor-
ida. 33131. ami file the original with
thi Clerk of the above styled Ciuri
..11 or before Mas 18, 1973: otherwise
nil ill !" entered againsl you
for the relief prayed for In said Peti-
tion
This linn,- shall i>- published once
each week for foul consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH I'l.HKII'IAX.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
,,f sold Courl at Miami, Florida, on
in is 11 daj of April, 1973
RICHARD V BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Courl
l> ui,- Countv, Plot da
By <: P. COPE1 A Nli. D C.
Rt IBERT 1: u KITE
Attorney for Petitioner
1032 DuPonl liuililing
Miami. Florida 331 11
4 '13-80-27 '. 4
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nl ITICE IS HEREID RIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to rngagi
in business under the fictitious name
of RAUL'S UPHOLSTERY al 5243
B W xtli Street, Miami. Fla intends
to register said name ivlth the Clerk
nf the Circuit Courl "f Dadi County,
Florida
RAUL 1> FORTES
1 27 ". 1-11-15*
IN
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COU"TY,
FORMERLY
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FCR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-2271
FRANK B. DCWLiNG
In UK: Estnl
MARY VGNES MITCHELL.
MARY A MITCHELL
Deo .1-. d
NOTICE OF PR03ATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
-'li Al I. PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTAT1 I IF SAID DEI 'EDENT.
You are hereby notified that a writ-
ten 111st rumen I purporting to bi Hi"
last \* id and testament of said deced-
ent lias been admitted to probate In
said Courl Y"ii are hereby command
nl within six calendar months from
Ihe date of the firs! publication of
this notice to appeal In said Court ami
show cause, if any you can, why the
action of said Courl In admlttlm
will I" probate should noi stand un-
revoked
FRANK U DOWLINO
Clrcu
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk
By MELBA r- DICK
I ieputy Clerk
Myers, Kaplan. Porter, Levinson *
Kenln
1428 Brlckell Avenue
.Miami. Florida 38181
Flrsl publication of this not!
the 4tli day of May, 1073.
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, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-9897
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I V RE: TH I-: M V RRIARE I >F
JOHN H. DANIEL,
Petitioner,
vs.
I.VXKI.I, DANIEL.
Respondent.
VOU I.vn. 11 Daniel, s:,\ Wlndfern. 1
Houston, Texas ARE HERERY NO- I
TIFIED TO FILE your written re- I
sin,ns,- to this action for dissolution of
marriage, with the Clerk of the above
Court, and serve a copy upon Peti-
tioner's Attorneys, VON ZAMFT &
SMITH. Suite 4K, 120 South Dlxit
Highway, Coral Rabies, Florida 88146,
"ii ..I before ..... 1 da> 1 f June 1973,
else the Petition for Dissolution nf
Marriage w ill be taken as con ft 1 d
DATED: April 23, 1973,
RICHARD P BRINKER
'By: R. M. KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
11 "Ircull 1 1.in 1 Seal)
4 27 ii 4-11-IS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-1365 (Bla-*"">
IX It I-::
UI'ARDIANSHIP OF
RONALD CARL BONDARENKO.
a Minor,
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: CARL BONDARENKO.
Vi'l' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a petition has been filed by
SADYE PEDIS and JACK PEDIS for
the appointment of SADYE PEDIS
as guardian of the person and prop-
erty nf RONALD CARL BONDAR-
ENKO, a Minor; and you ar,- hereby
required to serve a copy < swer or objections ii the issue <>i
Letters of Guardianship to said peti-
tioner, or show cause why said peti-
tion shiiuid not he granted, on tin
attorney for the petitioners, DAVID,
s Klli MBLE. 360 Lincoln Road. Mi-
ami Beach. Florida, on or before the
14 day of -May. 1978, and file the orig-
inal with the Clerk of this Court,
either before wrvli on petitioners'
attorney or Immediately
otherwise < default will
against you.
WITNESS, my hand and il
of this Court, thi* '.1 day of April,
1973
RICHARD P BRINKER,
t'hi-: nf the 1 "In uil 1' un
By: CORNELL ROBINS) >N
1 ieputy Clerk
4/18-2 27 B I
River-
>( MB
21st St.
57, I 10
thereti ftt r:
1,, entered
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AN') FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO. 73-9985
NOTICE OF SUIT
IN RE The marriage of
h VTHRYN ALAYNE F< >LEY,
Wife.
and
HUGH FRANCIS Fl >LEY.
Husband
Ti >: HUGH FRANCIS F' 'I.KV
... Mi- K i- Fole>
San Flllpe
Houi ton, Ti xas
Vnr AIM-: HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action fur dissolution of mar-
riage has been filed againsl you, and
y.-u art required to serve a copy of
>-. in- written defenses, if any to it on
JOSEPH -T GERSTEN, Attorney foi
Petitioner, whose address is 1060
Bprlng Garden Road, Miami. Florida
88186. und file the original with the
Clerk nf the above styled Court on or
before June 1, 1878: otherwise a judg-
ni-in may be entered against vou for
1li>. relief demanded In tin- petition.
WITNESS mv hand and the seal Of
said Courl on Anril 24. 107:1
mi'HARD P. BRINKER.
Clerk, Circuit 1'ourt
Bj 11 J POT
Deputy Clerk
4 87 "./4-11-1R
NOTICE OF ACTIOr-
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. N AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-9758
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
1> RE:
J VIES EDWARD REE] I,
Husband,
and
SHIRLEY EILEEN REED.
Wife
TO: JAMES EDWARD REED
Residenei Pnki
'"I ARE HEREBY NOT
that an 1 1 ilssolui Ion id
rlage has been filed againsl you
you ai reoulred in serve 1 pv <
Vou rtefi If am in ii
n MAII IORIE F R) IHBINS
foi v lf( 1..... addn ss Is 1873 v R
North .Miami Beach, FI01 -
i'i and file the original n ith Ihe
cl rl; of Un above styled courl on or
before May :'.". 1973: othi rwlse a de-
fault will be entered againsl vou for
the relief demanded In the complalnl
or petition
This -ii in- published once
e.-e-h week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH I'I ORIDIAN
WITNESS rov hand nnd the seal of
SHid court ni Miami. Florida "ii this
20 day of April. 1973
Richard P Brinker
.\s Clerk, 1 'iniiii i '..iii-i
Dade 'ountv, Floi
By xT A HEWETT
., A" Dennt.v Clerk
ffireuit Court S.a 11
haxtj:}< FRIRDM \v
MARJoniE K. BOBBINS
JS75 .V.E 16.1rrt Street
North .Miami R.-nrh. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
4 -T -,/4-li-JS
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 ACION NO. 73-9948
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAI IE 1 IF
MARILYN BLISS.
Wife
and
JULIUS I. BLISS,
i lusband.
TI : JULIUS I. BUSS
i- 0 Loaning Tower YMi A
6306 West Touhy
Xlles. Illinois
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed againsl you nnd
you are reoulred to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on Frederick B, Spiegel, attorney
f',r Petitioner, whose address is 1 in
Northwest 18th Avenue, .Miami. Flor-
ida 83128, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before June 1, in:::: otherwise a de-
fault win he em.-i.-.i againsl you for
the relief demand,-,I in the complalnl
or petition.
This notice shall i- published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said i-nuri a I Miami, Florida on this 24
Uy\ ,,f April. 18-78
Richard Brinker
As Clerk. Circuit t'ourt
I lade County. Florida
By N, A. HEWETT
As Deputy Clerk
II 'in ui! Pourt Si-all
FREDERICK B SPIEGEL
'nl Northwest K Avenue
Miami. Florida :'.:" -s
Vttorney for Petitioner
4 27 5 4-ll-is
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-2539
III RE: Estate ..f
PETER VAN VOt 'REN
ised.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cn dltors and All Pel di h ,%
Ing Claims or Demands Againsl Said
Estate:
v.,u an- hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have againsl the estate
if PETER VAX VOOREN, deceased
late of Dade County, Florida. !,. the
Circuit .Indues of Dade County, and
file the same ill duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida stat-
utes in their offices In the Count)
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, 01
the same will he barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 87th
day of Anril. AD. 1973.
Peter Edward Van Vooren
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 4th day of May. 1!>73.
Alio.XOVITZ. SILVER & BOOTH
Attorney for Administrator of
Estate of Peter Van Vooren
!i"R Alnsley Building
Miami. Florida 33132
__________ 5/4-11-18-;-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN thai
I 11
- der II in tlttnus 11
11) 'Rt 1SC1 IPE LOl'NOE nl : J u
"'ii \....... Miami, i"-i Intends to
in,'!
id name ivltl II
I the Circuit 1 ourl of Bade
i Florida.
THE I OVE
1 "l IRP) il: vi'ii IX
Sidney Eft
\ 1 Lornei for annllcant
'.': Alnsh y Building
Miami, via
_____ 4 20-17 -'-4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME I AW
HEREBY GIVEN thai
'he undersigned desiring to em
husiness under the fictitious names of
PRINCE m:thi i: APARTMENTS
and VAX 11 KFF APARTMENTS al
9066-M Collins Avenue and 8063 11 ird-
Ing Avenue, Surfslue, Fla Intend to
register said names with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
.TOH.X' KRASVOWWV
JERRY WELVKRiipOLSKT
m:i.si.v g. FBLDMAN, I' \
Attorneys for applicants
1136 Kane Concourse
Miami Beach. Fla. 3.1154
4/20-87 5111
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 72-5545
(formerly County Judges Court)
Iti TIE: Estate of
HILDA MILLER
di eel' -I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons ll-iv-
Ing Claims or Demands Againsl Said
r '.lie:
You ari hereby notified and reoulred
'" Pri -Lions and demands
'. 1 i.h you m iv I
of Mil ha Mil 1 ER di 1 i.'i- nf
'' Count) Floi la, to the Pin uil
, -. ,, 1 ,
ame In dm llcate s
738 16. 1 lies. In
in ihe County Courthouse
i lade 1 '.linn Florida, Ith
ale l.ir months from the llmi of the
hereol the f ime
. 'I he haired
Filed al Miami Fl Ida this 86 day
if April, a 11
MORRIS mm
SIDNEY Mil I ER
Vl EX) CUtOrs
Flrsl nuldli-atlon of this notice ,,;.
the 1 day nf Mav, '':
SIMOX, MAYS a- GRUNDWERG
\ 1 i.iriii-vs for E\cu'ors
- tlnelev Building
Miami. Florida 83138
I______ ','1.-1.19.",
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desfrine to engage In
husiness under Ihe fictitious name '
PAN AMERICAN SERVICES at 1427
8.W. 1st Street. Miami. Flo intends to
register said name with Ihe Plerk of
"e circuit Court of 7.1 I,- County
Florida.
PABLO PAD
I -7 5 1-11-18
ALTMAN. Miriam. '."
i ir MB, Riverside.
BARONHOLTZ. Lena. 78. 1830 Pelin
xylvania Ave MB. Blosberg
berlat. Harry D., l. 5111 < ollins
An Ml: Klversidi
GELLER. Ida, 77, of MB Rivi
holzer. Tilly, 83, of NMB
hyman. Lillian. 69. '.''': NE 167th
St Riversidi
KARASiCK, Nathan, 63, ( Centurj
Village. Gordon Intermi 1 il Si u >l
David .
KOSMAN. I'.ai. 69, R101 olllns Am- .
Mil Blasberg ..
KRETCHMER. 'I ,-l.- li4H1
Bl MB. Blasberg
MAYER. Walter I. TI of MB
PLAnTcK. Minnie, 88, 1...... Col Ins
Ave. Blasbt 1
yarnis. Yetla, 77 1! l> NE 161st
Terr. Riverside.
ZWEIG. AH'.-ft J.. of North >
!-lv'-1 ...
AMER. Sylvia B "". of Ml 11
Riverside .......
FRANCK. Rose, 90, '- I. I4tl S
Hlaleah. Riverside,
OEVERETZ. Sylvia OenlH 1--"
Collins ,\i' MB Gordon. Inter-
ment Ml Sinai
CLUCK. Max, 93. 1.168 Washington
Ave MB. Gordon. .....
KEITH. Hannah. 10. of Ml.
snl, Intel menl Ml Nebo.
kestenbaum. Philip. 92.
Riverside
KUNICK. Phillip. 71. 1695 E
Blasberg.
SCHWARTZ. Sandra Rose,
Brlckell Ave. Gordon. Interment
Mt Nebo
Sherman. Harriet R 78, nf MB
Riverside _,
AMIR. Naa.- J.. 78. of MB River-
side Interment Ml Sinai.
COHEN. Philip., 68, 401 i9th SI ML.
LEVINE. Tlllye, 7 6839 Abh itl v
MB Blasberg
LEWIS. Helen, US. 74a 1 olllns A\e .
MB Riverside
MANDEuL. Harry. 7'.'. of MB River-
SACHS. Beatrlo 7:: 1441 Llni
MB Blasberg
thorrens. Eugene 1:
North Miami Rivei dde In) n
Mi Nebo.
UNGAR. Ji senh. 76 197 -'
\-... MB Bl isberg
VOLK. Will', m -v
RI, ersldc ,. ,,
WCISSMAN. Herman 7: of Hoii>
.,1,-1 Rlv : -i'"-
HOLMES. Ellet :
\\. MB Nev man
JACOBS. Ros 64, -f Hall 1
KURTZ. M. Theodiire, 79, nf S
LESHNER. I ill;. 1 '
St. Rll '
MORGEN. t>i Maxlmllla
Miami Riverside
WEISS, Jack 59, of NMB Rivers li
Wilson. Pauline, 71, of M
Tlllll
AGRONOW. Frieda.
Ave MB Riverside
blitzstein. Jack, 7)
\v<- MB Rti erslde.
CERTII-MAN. Fannie. 70. 626 SV
A\e Gordon, Interment Btar ol
David.
EISEN. Ad.-laid,- II 6 of MB
side
ENGEL. Il.rry. 7.".. 6430 Collins Ave
MB Riverside.
GREENSTEiN. Herbert 17 of
Riverside. Intermenl Ml Nebo
koplin. Hannah ii of Bay H irboi
island. Riverside
rosenbaum. Elisabeth J.. 5. '
North Miami. Riverside Inl 1
Mt Nebo.
BENNETT. MolUe 86, of MB. New-
man.
BERGER. Frames K 71 ol
Riverside
BUSCH. Miriam. 70, I'I" NE I9lst
St. Gordon.
FINN, Hannah. 7!'. ..f MB R
73 54 West
1849 I
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MONUMENTS INC.
Open fvery Day. lloxi Smbhalk
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Sll VERMAN. Joseph. I
New ni..ii
STEiNBERG. imuel, 7S
\. v man Intel menl Mi '
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Terr. Gordon
WANES. Klin !. 82. 3801 Collli A' .
MB Ulm-berg.
bach. >.harles, -7. >",: SW I 3
Gordon Interment Mt, .-
I BERNSTEIN, Ethel 69, II iff
Ave.. MB. Riverside,
BRENNER. Louis. 74, Of MB. Rive
diamond, into ,i 7H1 Wayne
Ave.. MB Blai I
FINKELSTEIN. .1.....oh. 8! II I
Miami in-.. NMB Riverside
GLUECKAUF. Julia. 93, 888!' X B !
I Rd MB. Blasberg.
.MlZRAHl, Ester, 7l 191 W 28th St
i Hlnlenh Riverside
' PEKARSKY. Rose, 84, of MB River-
WALANSKY. Esther B0, 8." NW : I
St. B'ashi
WEISS. Margaret. I Noi
I Mil
, WELLISCH. Llona '" of N
Miami. Rivet In ten Ml
, Nebo.
charmer. Shirley i: 59, of Hal
ii i|e Rivers de
FINK. Gi.....ge, 87, of MB I.- t
Intermenl Ml N '
GOLDBERGER. Bede. M
NeV :
. HALPERN. Bertha. -'. :-i >v-
si.i lordon Intermenl Ml Neb
HERMAN. Cella, 7- ol Ml it
Riven i-
LEVY. Prances, 74 I MB Rive :.>.
Intermenl .Mi Nebo
, MEYERSON. Samuel. 83, of MB
New man
mogul, Benjamin, of Lauderl
Levltl
SAOOW. Ruth. 7:. 1345 Drexel Av..
MB Blasberg
SELEVEN. Gary. 21. of NMB River-
I side
SOBOL. V.tta. 91. Of Miami River-
side
wisotosky. Abraham. 1525 Collins
\\e MB Blasberg
BACHRACH. Herbert. 77. of Mr.
Riven Ide
BOYD. Gordon H 70, 1908 Mi
Pi MR Riverside
^liegel. Hyman J., 74. of Ml
Levitt,
HERMAN. Harry, 83. I8SS C
\.. MB Blai'
perlberg. Abraham 69. of Laud
d ,1 l tikes : evltt.
OI.MTTFL. Bel
MB Blasberg.
S"NK
Rlt erslde
BAf.Harack, Herbert,
boonshoft. i.-,i xi:
s- Riverside
DORFMAN. Ceils i; l71 V
Ington a
C.oldblatt. Clara 7_ "-
f.,ii Ave MB. Rivi
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PONCHER, Ida. NW 7'
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ly 4, 1973
vJtniisll fhrtdUOHn
Page 11-3
ML NOTICt
hjNDER FACTITIOUS
Tname LAW
NOTICE JK HHKEIO (11VBN Hint
tli.- un ndcr tli. fictitious 11:1111. "I
& U AI'I
X.f. **th
o refis. n-'iiii 'H' il"
,,f rt<- I'iri'Uli Court of Dade
, .univ. Florid.
KoKI. OO.MEZ
HBi a 1:
4 ::: S 4-11 -is
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICt
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is 11. .... : 1 \" i: V !,:,
the undersign. '
buMlirW UBdei 1 '"ii- '
CHAIN mspilll ':
liVftl C( IU 111- .- 1 1......
Ida, iiil.nrt* to 1 .:. 1I1. -.."I 11. 111
With tin- i'Ii-i -I. I-. 1 ii. 1111 nvi 1
f Dade CiMint) 1 1 in
Dted 11 Rii 11.....In 'iii- '.'Ii
dav i>f April. l.'T
OH \ix EX'i i:i:i'i:isi:s. i.\c
Eunene t-emlioti
Attorney for Apo'lcanl
7X'> W. Finder -'
Miami. Pi. 331".
__ 4/lS-IA-tT S"4
k*4 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I
r-'lLEVBNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-2099
On RE: Estate ;
MARY I.KAXJi
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltm- 1 i i..... 11
In* Claims or P- man.Is Against Said
Estate:
You are hereto 1 ..tifi. .1 and i-cmirr-il
to prevent an.' '..;in- ami Which you mn> lia-. ai:nin-t III. es-
tate i.f .MARY l.i: V\H deceased hH.-
Of Dnde County. Florida, i.. Hi.- Cir-
cuit Judges of 11 !. i".iiiiil>. ami file
the same In dm < a'"i a~ i.r..-
vided In Section :.:::;.'.. Florida Stat-
ute*. In their 01:.- in ihe d-unii 1
Courthouse In Pi-i- i'..nni>. ri.n-i.i.-i.
within fix oalci rr...n:l from 1I1.
time of fc* fir-' mii.il. -ai i'.n I., i.-..i.
or 'he siuae will I.. rre.l.
Dated M Miami. Flnrldn. this I Say
of April. A.D. l:i 7
jYLVIA SIIAXK'M.W
As I i\. mi-i\
First publication nf this notice on
the Uth^lny of A-ril. i-7.t
GOLDMAN GOI .PSTF.IN ,v
PACZIER i
Samuel (inl.lsi. ,
Attornc) for Sylvi Sh.inkman
24M West Flajrlct Sirei i
t i3.2n.27 :. 4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVEN thai
Ihc Undersigned, desiring In engage In
n ess under the fictitious mime < MAIN PRI H il'CTK i\S at iiuihImi- III.*
.-- R llltll l l, ill Hi. City ..I Ki.il. all.
F.ori.ln. Inlt nils .1. register I In Ml III
iii in-- with the Clerk of I he Circuit
I'miri ol I ludi Count i. Plnrldn.
Dated nl Mini.ah. Florida, this Bill
da) of April, l7S,
CHAIN ENTERPRISES, INC.
Rugein l.inii.li
Ittorney f.r Appllcttnl
JTJ'i \V. Plaglur si
Miami. PI. 831.1.-.
4 13-211-S" 4
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-8338
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Km Maniac of:
lt< -S.\ ESPINl >SA.
I'etlt'i .i.
and
.II.M.Mi KSPINOSA. a/k'n ZAPATA,
11. fi ndnnt.
Tl >: .11 M MY KSI'IM ISA
II I, II ZAPATA
lintel Irntu
en |<4>x .v.. ";:'
San Jose. oHtn Klcn
Yol' ARE HBREItY NOTIFIED
licit tin action for Dissolution of Mnr-
rlnge tin- been filed nuainst vu ami
you nre required lo servi ii cnpj of
your written defenses, it any. i<- ii
ii SIAHIOZ A CAHRICARTB PA.
11torniy for Petitioner, \\h--s- addieai-
n "'.'. H\V lal Street, Miami Florida
vjtno, .in-! file iln nrlclniil with the
-lerk -i id. ai...- styled court on or
'.. i'..'-.. .May 14. IMS; ..iii. i nlse a de-
fault xv i11 he nl. r.-.l nKailiMl you f."
in relief iliimiml.'I in the i ..|n|.|.iinl
i n.lili.-ll.
This notice ahnll he puhllslu-il once
i.-li \\ .-k for i'oui conw-i'UtU'e w .-<(.-
n Tin. .IKWIRH I'l.tlltlPIAN
IVITNKMH m> hand nn.l the seiil nl
ii.i ......ii nl Miami, Florida on llils
. dn- of Aim il. IH7.1
RICH M<|) p ItKIVKEII
A- ri. rlc. iii. nit Cdlirl
Pic!.- i 'ountv. Florida
It- I! m KiSSKK
As Deputy CU rk
I'irciiii Courl S.aii
iAi:i:Z A- CARRIC VKTE. PA.
".." s w PI-hI Street, Suite Sol
I la ml. Florida SSlSfl
Mioni.x- for Petitioner
4 in-SO-3. :, I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKCKPY lilVEN lhal
the UMderslifned. irinu lo nirai:.' in
liui-iness under I'-. fi. :.ii-.u- nun- i-f
BARBI20X SCHimiI nl-' MiiHKl.lMi
OF CORA1. OAPI PS ai :::'. Arnisi.n
Avenue ("oral flnl'l. s. l-'loiida int.-inIs
to roKistt-r said nain.- wiiii Iln- Clerk
of lh.- Circuit Com i of Had.- Cunty.
Florida.
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IN TH6 CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PRO:;4TE
No. 73-2470
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NOTICE TO Ci'-EDIIORS
To AI
Iiik Claims or I), i
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You arc her.-l'
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ma nils which yon
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and file the-aani-
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Miami Fin. M132
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTtVt v -i r
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>TN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN / N D FOR
DADE COU
CIVIL ACTION NO '
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF-MARRIAGE
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that an action for In ..... M-"'-
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIV^ION
F-ROBATE NO 73-2170
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No 72-4919 J. GWYNN PARKER
In UK: K-l.il.....
MARIE REED.
In r, a-. ,i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i red 11 nri< itnd All Pi rwms llav-
llIM Claims i r I'elllllllds Auani.-: Slllll
l-islat-
V.-ii are hereliN notified and required
In iireseiii ;111\ claims and demand*
which you may have against ihe
i.it.- ..I MARIE ItEED .1......i.....I late
of Pin!. County, Florida, t.. the Clr-
cull Judues of Dude Count), .iii<\ fill
the same In diiidi.-ai. and as pro*
vi.l.-.i in Beet ion ::::;.if.. Plnrldn Stat-
utes, in their offices in the Count)
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida
MM thl II six calendar moll tils from the
llltle of tli. first lull. Ii. ;i I ion hereof, oi
il.- -am. u ill he burred.
Dal..I al Miami. Florida, (Ms 19 dav
of April, AH. l!'7::.
ail. it Hi. .1 Jr.
As Adminisi rat.-r
l'ii-t niil-li- aiiou of iliis notice oi
iIn- J" dm of \|.ril. MM
n:i:i:\ A. KI'ltNjl
At tome) for Administrator
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-8320
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISIO..
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
CHANGE OF NAME
IN RE: THE AIM H'Tli iX OF
MARTIN VINSON JIITil'IIV. JR.,
\Mi MEI.INDA ANN MrilPHV,
minors
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IIV: DREW FACI.CI INEH
riieir Siciifalher
To: MARTIN VINSON Ml'ISPHY
Itesideili-e I'nkn-.w n
Vni' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an a.lion for Adoption and
I'llanc.- of i|.inn- lias l.e.-n filed in llu-
il.i.ve canl i.-n.-.l nialt.-r and VOU are
re.inn-.-I I.- serve a co|iy of your writ-
i.-i dcfelisi ii am, to it .m DAVID
i-:. STiiNK, ntlonii) for Ihe Peiltloncr,
nil N W 12th \-. .Miami. Flo rid n.
Plioiie: ::.">-k'j'j. and file the oriftinnl
With Ihe clerk of Ihe Bliovi sl)leil
.inn ..ii or i.. f..... Ma) Id, l!>?:i: other-
(Vine a il. fault \> ill hi entered avain-i
> hi for the r. lief -1- m.....I.-I in Ihi
i-.-lnnlailll Or lietil i'.n
fins notlci- shull I- mil.list,..i ..n.-.
each week for four coiisecuUve v\.-Us
in THE JEWISH FMH5IDIAN
WITNESS my hand ami ihe seal nl
a.l i-ourl ill Miami. Florida on Itiis- ."
la\ of April, IflTS
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As i 'i, 11.. i 'iri-uii i "- i
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STi iVE .. Si ISTCH IN. P \.
V\' isili Ave
Miami Fli i
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Or FI O'tlDA IN AND FOR
. ADE COUNTY
G?nera. .'onsdiction Division
NO. 73-900*
NOTICE
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROB T E NO. 73"
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
III RE: l-.-iai. of
FLORENCE TANNENIIAI'M
ll.. ..led.
NOTIc" TO CREDITORS
Tn All i i- illlors iinil All Pi '-- i Hnv-
inii Claim* -r Demands AkhIiisI Sa-ld
I-:-i.il..
You are hereh) notlfleil ':'-i required
lo inesent ani claims anil -l-lllan-ls
M lli. II >-.,l Ilia) I". > :n::"i. I
lai, nl I'l in;i:\ci; TANNENI.ACM
deceased lull -i Dade Count) i-'lor-
Ida, i" lh( i'ir- in' .lu'lii.-s ol Pad.
Count)', and file tin- sain,- l| dll
and as |.r.>\ id.-.l in s.-.-ti..i. 7:::1.1*1.
Florida Statutes in their offiey In
llu- Count) Courl house In li-.-l- --un-
I)-, Florida, within si\ ca'-n-lat months
fr.-iii ihe lime of Ihe fitsi puhllcntlon
hereof, nr the sain.- will he h >..l
l-'il.-d al Miami. Florida, tl- Hi luy
. of April. A p i:-7.:
UEUTUI'DE COMER
As Executrix
l-'iist puhllcntlon of this noilci <-n
the .'ii dii) of April. lUTa
Han- Ziil.eriii.'l,
Altorui v for K\. .i Irlx
120 l.ii.....In Riaid
.Miami I tench. Fill. SS1S9
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:N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOIC'AL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 73-4306
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Petition of:
MARTIN ItESNICE nod
4HIRI.EV ItESNICK
Tl >: DANIELC. LEWIS, III
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VOP MIK HEREBY NOTIFIED
lhal a I'-- iti'-n i---' Ad.-nii-'ii h. hi -
filed, a-.-1 you i re required lo scrvi
,-..ui- answer nthei oli lo ih.
P-iiti.....r"> Ai'-- ii. y. LESTER ROfl-
KRS. i:si.i il'l N.W, I Till Avenue.
Miami. Florida, and file Ihe nrlRlnnl
in Ihe Of flee of Ihe Clerk --f Ihe Clr-
. nit i nuri on or h.-fore dn) nl
Mav. 197.1 If "it fail t.. do so lulop-
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DATED at Miami Pad.- Count)',
I-',-.i Ida il is 2 day of Anril. ISM
RICHARD P BRINKKR
Clerk. ClrcuH Cour'
B) : c |\ i (IPELAND
li't'inj Clerk
4/6-I3-20-S7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 73-9769
IN RE:
I K M'T'n i.N i -I' KISANC'K i:.\l I'l I
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I'iAHSZEWICZ
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NOTICE OF PUBLICATION OF
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
'a LEONARD F <5A IIKRl "K.
. i fi is MID F.
i.MtSZHWICZ
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T e-H
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISON
PROBATE NO. 73-1778
111 RE K-i.ic "I
' I RI.US M- IRIII IMIER
dei ..'-.-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cr. il.....- ii nd \l. Perwn !lv-
llM 11;. mi or 11. In.'".Is AKaill -I
Estate:
You ar. hereby notified and rei
to |.r. Kent mi) cluims anil di R1i tl I
u lilch you ma) have asalnsi ihi aa-
tnic of CHARLES MORIU'RCtCl! iV-
, a-. .1 lad -! .l'i. i "ii' <. Flor -I i.
I., the Clreull .iiiilui s ..f pad.- ci.uniy,
ami file Hie -am. in duplicate and aa
innide.I in Seel Ion 7.13.111, Klorlda
Statutes, in their offices In Ihe C c-iy
Courihoiise In Pad. County, Florida,
within si\ c.l. ndar months from '"
time "f tli-' first publication hereof,
in- thi sn ii" vv ill '"- barred
Filed ,t Miami. Florida, ihi- 3nd
liD of Anil. A P P'T::.
Ai lliur .1. Morbureer
As !:.. Utol
Fii-i publlcnllon .-f this notice en
ill. 13 day of April, l!'"*
I'lini... rjt. Fromln in Al- Roth. P
111" Arthur .I. Morl.uieer Of Counsel
All..rii. v fi i P. illi..... r
:: W, Klaalei Btn l
Miami. Florida
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THC
ELEVENTH JUD'C'AL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 7::. 1669
GEORGE E SCHULZ
IN RE: ESTATE >F
ll l.VN SCHEIII OERINCER
I ...e, as. ,1
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Til ALL PERSONS INTKRESTBO
IN' THE KST I'll' i IF SAID ICC;.
DENT.
)'oll are h...i.\ notified lhal a writ-
leu llu tiii'ii- oi |'tii'|"irtiiiu i In ilin
H si will ami lei ann-l nf said de-
I .1. Ill hllH I- en llllml.....I t" 1- ..I- IL II
.1 i'..in t N'..n a--. Iii:.i.\ commit '
-1 within s i \ ..I. dar months from ttto
date ..f the l'ii-t publicutl......: H'is 00-
tli-i In api.e.ir i., ^..i-1 Court and sh .''
. mi. i;' mi) you can, wli) .- H'-o
-.f said Court iii a-'mitiin--' mild will to
pmluile sii.-u!.I noi stai-1 imrevoked. *
i;i:ii:i;i: E. sciu'i /.
Circuit Courl Jlldci
RICH Mm P lllllXKKll, Cle-k
l:> |.l .IS F. i'ASTl 'l.i'M'.l.l
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SIDNEY EFRoVSON
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
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I lie ini-lei lulled, lh ... .i
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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REASONABLE PRICES FOR TOP QUALITY FOODS!
FOOD
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FOR A
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32-OZ. JAR
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BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 10 -P.P. BRAND
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LIMIT ONE BAG PIEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES Of $7 CM MORE EXCLUDING Cl&ARE
DECANTER STYLE __ ALL FLAVORS REGULAR OB RITZ _
Del Monte Tomato Juice &% 37c P.P. Brand Sodas <-10 tim 99c
NUTRITIOUS DEL MONTE -_
Del Monte Prune Juice &% 59c Chunk Light Tuna 2 85c
GOLDEN TOP FRESH BAKED ._ LADT SCOTT ASSORTED ..,,, nf,4
Apple Pie *&? 49c Toilet Tissue 3-"$1
TOP FLAVOR THIN SKIN JUICY ._ _^
Florida Grapefruit 5ffc49c Florida Oranges 10'=49
IMPORTED AUSTRIAN SliCEO PP BJASO MEDIUM FlORlOA FRESH
Alps Swiss Cheese V*0cz59e Grade "A" Eggs dozen 59c
DELICIOUS NEUFCHATEL STYLE ^ -._ GOLDEN QUARTERS
Bordens Cream Cheese2 69c Mrs. Filbert's Margarine ;[ 29c
SERVICE APPETIZER DEPT.
ONlf AT STORES WITH SERVICE COUNTERS
All IUNCh MEATS SLICED rO 'OUR ORDER
SAVE WITH FROZEN FOODS'.
.-.-: .-.ORK FOR fOURSElF 8- SER* :z DELICIOUS
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Roast Beef QUAJJ" 79c Corn-on-the-Cob 7.c*2 55*
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^Jewish Floridian
| WiamL Florida Friday, May 4, 1973
Section C,
Israel Bond Cash Campaign
To Continue Through June
Holocaust
Reflections
The Miami community will join
[in a 75th birthday salute to Israel's
[Prime Minister Golda Meir by par
GOIDA MEtff
titipaling In a special worldwide
; campaign to obtain $75 million in
I Israel Bond cash sales in the
months of May and June, it was
announced today by Milton M.
Parson, director of State of Israel
Bonds in south Florida.
Tom Cohen, a founder of the
Israel Bond Organization, will
r serve as chairman of this special
[Cash Campaign. Plans for the
I birthday campaign were outlined
at a meeting of Miami Israel Bond
1 leaders who were named to the
[Golda Meir Birthday Tribute Com-
(mittee.
Mr. Cohen, in drawing attention
[to the "double anniversary" of the
[birth 25 years ago of the State of
] Israel and the 75th birthday of
'its Prime Minister, said: "History
ihas provided us with two very
good reasons to rejoice, and I
can think of no more significant
vay of expressing our emotions
than by furnishing the vital Israel
j Bond resources to keep Israel free
[and economically strong."
He emphasized that during the
I special Cash Campaign in May and
' June, purchasers of Israel Bonds
will be given the opportunity to
sign a personal Israel Bond birth-
day greeting which will be for-
warded to the Prime Minister as
a token of the extraordinary mea-
sure of esteem and affection which
she enjoys among the Jewish
people.
The S75 million campaign in
May and June will be part of the
overall drive to raise $360 million
in Israel Bonds in 1973 for major
economic development projects, as
well as for the creation of jobs
for 70,000 immigrants from Soviet
Russia and other countries. The
1973 goal represents 60 per cent
of Israel's $618 million Develop-
ment Budget through which the
proceeds from Bonds are chan-
neled into various branches of
Israel's economy.
A native of Russia, Mrs. Meir
was brought to the United States
at the age of eight, and grew up
in Milwaukee, where she engaged
in Zionist activity as a teenager
and later taught school. In 1921,
she and her husband left for Israel
where they joined a kibbutz. After
three years as pioneer farmers in
the Jezreel Valley, they settled in
Jerusalem where she became a lea-
der in the Women's Labor Council
a founding member of Mapai (the
Israel Labor Party), and the only
woman member of the five-man
Secretariat of the Histadrut (Gen-
eral Federation of Jewish Labor).
Four days before the establish-
ment of the State of Israel, Mrs.
Meir undertook the dangerous
assignment of crossing the border
into Jordan in Arab disguise to
meet with King Abdullah in what
proved to be a futile effort to
persuade him to be neutral in the
event that the other Arab coun-
tries attacked Israel on the eve of
its independence.
Shortly after the proclamation
of its independence, she was sent
to Moscow as Israel's first Am-
bassador to the Soviet Union. In
1949, taking up her first cabinet
post as Minister of Labor, she
carried much of the responsibility
for the construction of housing
and the creation of jobs for immi-
grants arriving at the rarte of
200.000 a year.
Mrs. Meir was one of the chief
protagonists of the Israel Bond
program at a conference of Amer-
TO/Vt COHEN
ican Jewish leaders in Jerusalem
in September, 1950, convened by
Prime Minister Ben-Gurion to es-
tablish the Israel Bond drive. In
preparation for the launching of
the Bond effort. Mrs. Meir came
to Washington in October. 1950,
to outline Israel's economic prob-
lems to U. S. Jewish communal
leaders.
As Israel's Minister for Foreign
Affairs, a post she held from 1956
to 1966, Mrs. Meir was one of the
highest women cabinet officers in
the world. Upon her retirement
from the Foreign Affairs post,
Mrs. Meir served for two years as
Secretary-General of Mapai, Is-
rael's largest political party. Fol-
lowing the death of Levi Eshkol
in February, 1969, she was named
to succeed him as Prime Minister.
CARIH Chapter Meeting
Gift of Life chapter of CARIH
will hold its final meeting of the
year at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Dade
Federal Savings and Loan Associa-
tion, Kendall Dr. at US 1. A so-
cial at Howard Johnson's Restau-
rant will follow the meeting,
gun-rts are invited.
U.S. and Israeli dignitaries who will
join American Jewish community lead-
ers at the 14th annual Policy Confer-
ence of the American Israel Public
Affairs Committee (AIPAC) in Wash-
ington May 7-8 include (Top Row, left
to right) newly arrived Ambassador
Simcha Dinitz, Assistant Secretary of
State Joseph J. Sisco and Walworth
Barbour, who recently retired after 11
years as U.S. ambassador to Israel,
and AIPAC chairman Irving Kane of
Cleveland who will preside; (Bottom
Row) Arthur J. Goldberg, former U.S.
Supreme Court Justice and U.S. ambas-
sador to the U.N., House Floor Leaders
Thomas P. O'Neill and Gerald R. Ford
and Deputy Assistant Secretary of
State Alfred L. Atherton.
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Editor-in-chief Emeritus, J.T.A)
(C). 14" 3 Jewish TeleRniphu' AKenc?)
The 30th anniversary of the up-
rising in the Warsaw Ghetto
proclaimed by the U. S. Congress
as a day of observance for April 29
_ evokes painful feelings about
the apathy shown by the U. S. gov-
ernment, and especially by the
iate President Roosevelt, toward
the fate of many thousands of
Jews in Europe who could have
been saved from Nazi hands.
Today, refugees from Cuba.
Uganda and other lands of op-
pression and Jews from the
Soviet Unionare being admitted
to the United States as immigrants
of a special category, outside the
immigration quota. But during the
years of the Roosevelt administra-
tion no such exceptions were made
for Jews who could have escaped
Nazi annihilation. Roosevelt was
indifferent to pleas by Jewish
leaders to open the doors of the
U. S. for Jews seeking escape. He
insisted on strict interpretation of
the U. S. immigration laws.
Never will it be forgotten that
the S.S. St. Louis, carrying 930
Jewish refugees from Nazi Ger-
many was not permitted to land
its passengers on the American
shores. The Jews sent from the
ship a desperate appeal to Pres-
ident Roosevelt stressing that
there were more than 400 women
and children among them. No
answer came. American Jewish
leaders intervened but with no
effect. The ship was turned back
to Europe where most of the
refugees later fell into the hands
of the Nazis in occupied lands
The New York Times commented:
"The crime of St. Louis cries to
high heaven of man's inhumanity
io man."
Several years later, when other
countries proved more humane
than the U. S. in admitting Jewish
refugees from Nazi held territories
Roosevelt did permit the admission
of a few hundred refugees from
Europe outside of the immigration
quota. However, he kept them iso-
lated in a special camp in OiW< go,
N. Y. They had to return to
Europe when the camp was later
liquidated.
Empty troop ships were return-
ing from Europe to the United
States during the war years. They
were in a position to carry thous-
ands of Jews who could have been
rescued from Nazi occupied co.in
tries. President Roosevelt, as
Comander-in-Chicf. could have
easily ordered the transportation
of escaping victims on these ships.
He did not do it. A dramatic ap-
peal to him by Rabbi Stephen S.
Wise on Dec. 2. 1942 and Rabbi
Wise was an intimate friend o'
Roosevelt did not move him.
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THE ROOSEVELT RECORD
Nobody wouli accuse the late
President Roosevelt of not b. ing
a liberal person. In internal U. S.
affairs he was very liberal. Bui
with regard to showing sympathy
to the trapped Jews in Nazi-held
Europe sympathy not in words
but in deeds his record is very
faulty. Even at the Evian Confer-
ence on Refugees, caled in France
by nations allegedly wishing to
help those seeking escape from
Hitler, the United States insisted
that its immigration laws not be
discussed, fearing a decision by
the conference which might ask
for admission of Jewish refugees
above the existing immigration
quota.
There are many who basing
their opinions on Roosevelt's rec
ord with regard to Jews from Naz;
lands believe that the State of
Israel would have never been pro-
claimed had Roosevelt, not Tru-
man, been President of the Uniled
States 25 years ago, when Israel
was born. Some of them still re-
member Roosevelt's famous slate
ment that in a one-hour talk with
King Ibn Said of Saudi Arabia
he learned more about Palesti-..'
than from all the conversation! he
ever had. This was a remark pain-
ful to many Jews in the United
States; also a great encouragement
to the Arab world in their objec-
tion to he Balfour Declaration
which constituted a British pledge
to establish a Jewish national home
in Palestine.
Liberal American publications
severely criticized American pol-
icies of doing nothing to save Jews
from Nazi hands. Several weeks
before the Warsaw uprising, the
liberal weekly, The Nation, ac-
cused the U. S. of having had in
its power the wherewithal to res-
cue the doomed Jews but did not
lift a hand to do it. "If v.e behaved
like humane and generous people
Instead of complacent, cowardly
ones, the two million Jews lying
today in the earth of Poland's and
Hitler's other crowded graveyards
would have been alive and safe."
The Nation wrote.
This was written when the Nazi
annihilation of Jews reached only
about a third of the 6.000.000
massacred Jews. About four mil-
lion Jews could still have been
saved after the article was pub-
lished and read in Washington.
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LEST WE FORGET
The 30th anniversary of the
Warsaw Ghetto uprising has been
marked not only by mass-memorial
meetings throughout the country
but also by special literature ex-
plaining the most overwhelming
disaster in Jewish history and
pointing out the lessons of the
Holocaust for the Jesvish people,
especially for the younger genera-
tions of Jews.
One of the best pieces of this
literature is "Lest We Forget," a
booklet published by the B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization, written
by Rabbi Leivy Smolar, president
of the Baltimore Hebrew College,
whose special field of academic
interest is Jewish history and po-
litical thought. He received his
degrees from New York Univer-
sity, Columbia University, and the
Hebrew Union College Jewish
Institute of Religion where he was
ordained as a rabbi. He is a mem-
ber of Phi Beta Kappa. He is also
a member of the Judaism faculty
of the International Leadership
Training Conference.
One of the conclusions which he
draws from the Holocaust is that
anti-Semitism has reached its high-
est degree of severity and accept-
ability in the 20th century, evi-
dence that hatred of the Jews had
not declined or disappeared in the
modern world. This hatred is still
present in the pot Holocaust
world. It can be fanned into a
f.ame. Jews and all men of
humanity mu.l be aware of this, he
warns.
The author draws special atten-
tion to the fact that Jewish lives
were expendab" and that the
great nations had watched' the
mass-killing of Jews by the Nazis
almost as spectators England
from over the channel, and the
United States from over the sea
without doing anything. Jewish
self-reliance is therefore most im-
portant, he says.
The burden of protection and
defense and resistance against
annihilators of Israel is the respon-
sibility, above all, of the entire
Jewish people, wherever they ore,
acting together, he stresses. Who
knows what difference it would
have made in the total of human
lives had the land of Israel
been opened to Jews in the Nazi
period? Israel is the only haven for
the Jewish people, Rabbi Smolar
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fcoberf Russell
tobert Russell, president of the
[pater Almmi Jewish Federation
one of vi Americans serving
on the Board of
Directors for the
Jewish Agem s
for Israel, will
be honored with
the 1973 Harold
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morial Award
at a dinnei
May 10.
The dinner.
which is being
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of the Mercan-
tile Division of
Greater Miami Jewish Appeal-
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b< i Miami Bea< h's 1 >n Roc
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chairman oi the dinner, aci orclinn
to an announcement made by
George Mover and Murray Turel
iky, Mercantile Division co-
chairmen.
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Harold B Bosworth Mem trial
Award include John N Serbin,
Rabinowitz, Jay [. Kislak,
Macht, Max Orovitz, .Mil-
ton Weiss. William S. Ruben and
Thomas C. Wasmuth.
The dinner, which is an annual
event, is being hosted by Ameri-
cana Knitting Mills of Miami. Bar-
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Bowen Shoe Corp., Burdine's De-
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Ac< i Rabbi Sadi N'ah
spiritual lead -r of the
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sum represents a 41 i ent in
creasi in giving n same
gifts t.' last year's campaign."
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OF CONDOMINIUM RESIDENTS
Colleys Typical Of New Breed
Russell ad Judy Colley of
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' ssion nf tin individuality ami
hearted living that is' char-
isUC (if a new breed f con-
a iinnim resident.
T%ej have purchased a COndo-
1 im at The Renaissance, 29
story, twin-towered luxury condo-
niiini high-rise on the ocean
Mr. Colley invented the General
ectric filter-flow
nur apartment
Inset and li\i:ij
private homes.
will have more
spaee than some
and l adOrc Ihc
South Dade Councilettes
Holding First Luncheon
South Dade Councilettes, an or-
ganization of girls (ages ranging
from 12 to 15) derived from Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
ic whose -ales havelopped the '5 hoklin- ils f!rs' Angelette Lunch
- al the Playbov Plaza
wa-Mji
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' lion dollar mark, and
patented a revolutionary. Jof en-
He is the author (.f 'Defining
i rtUing Goals for \i >a&ured
Using Results" bitter
I own in seven languages as
VGMAR, which has beomi (he
book for worldwide advertis-
iants. lie is currently wiling
lo Retire Early on Twice
,> ur Present Income.
Judy Colley is an amateur stu-
nf the Renaissance period,
dying it- painters, writer id
, eat thinkers. "I am espec.Uy
i' rested in the Lorenzo*, Medicls
. ,i Ghibcrtis for whom sections
of The Renaissance building are
1 d," said Mrs. Colley.
" il to me, the most important
asset is space. If I am going lo
1 from a private hoinf to a
miinium. I want to be sure
I "n't be crannied. We found that
eon, Sunday
Hotel
Councilettes first year has been
very successful in services render-
ed throughout the community. The
Vngelctte luncheon is an end-of-
he-year program thanking all the
girls for their hard work.
Idea of a roof top lounge. :t should
be very sophisticated with its
thrilling panoramic view.' said
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The Renaissance, curr-iillv cii
Ice construction at 1300 S. Ocean
Blvd.. Pompano Beach, :s being
develop! d by Southeastern Devel-
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p.m. at the Jefferson Nat'onal
Bank. 301 Arthur Godfrey Rd
Mothers Day Party May 9
Heba Idelcon chapter of Pioneer
Women will ho] I its annual Moth
er's Day Party at the Washington
Federal Savings Bank, 1133 Nor-
mandy Dr., Wednesday. Fannie
Canin will be the ".Mother of the
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The Politics of Oil


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-. ai the T..\?.
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. ill present a
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Landy as vice pres
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Wir.awei resi
f reservai
Mrs. Harold Abbott
Mrs. Harry Goldkin
Mrs. Irving Weiner
Hadassah Event Features
Birlhdav Tribute To Gokla
A tribute to Prime Mini-?- tment capital to tinancc
r on the occasion of her 7! i .. economic develop-
.. ; sp fea
Sylvia Herman, past
r, V "I I 1AM -\PHIRE
JIA >taif Writt r
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St! S
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he 1 s of s< '
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ths
le that
n "em lists for thi
- this nt, irrefutable
5 ices of ul.
present threa oi
n rability of the
..-. rtati from
h iich could
it a .ies of
it ire.
,i jimp
but a

Ill

ct, no
nov than 2S
... .: .
y -balance" and
in the Midd.'i
. th Arab stat is -- a
; thi m sit on the world's
oil reserve- V
ig to the latest and best
61 62 per cent of the
woven reserves are in the Middli
Ea '. in region extending from
the Persian Gulf to the Eastern
Mediterranean.
Of the estimated 367 billion
barrels beneath that largely desert
and sparsely populated region,
Sa idi Arabia claims the lion's
share some 160 billion barrels.
followed by Kuwait '78 billion;
and Ir3n (55 billion). Libya, tho
rnmost of the major oil pm-
Jucing Arab states, has relatively
smaller reserves under its soil,
But SO insatiable is the Western
ippetite for oil that Libya has
able to hike its prices and
increase its oil royalties by 120
per cent in the la.-: two years.
Power, Leverage
The immense power and diplo-
accruing to the
Arab oil rulers is self-evident.
trill u it their po-
ief can only
his staj e. But the
Mr an,
.- IviaHi man, past
. chapter.
: rj ha] coin the Woman of
that vi aid. one of t ,.. -i : ">at Pw"1!,lt
iversary and l towed by I source, is sufficient
.....Sp. .... juesl and t >' :''" :'':'n and
he nottd domestic of th. [real oil con-
> the U.S.
: tin- n markable
. chairman Mrs
"It is particularly fitting
i con-
as cochai if not alarm, on the part of
. because oi her key role :25th ai ive sary luncheon an- Mrs. American Jewish leaders and
hi formation of the Israel B. ;in and Mrs ;:"ing *> Mm* f Is:'~-1- i; al!
,.,,. ,, ftemer. very well to argue Americas
paien in 1951, Mrs Abbo! moral stake in preservation
l At the time, she was Is minute reservations are of ,srae, the affinity of demo,
rael's minister of finance and. to- available by contacting the Israel racy for siiter democracy and to
gether with Prime Minister David Bond office. 420 Lincoln Rd.. Mi- cite the pro-Israel policies of
t, .1 j *.. ... .; u,v, every American administration
Ben-Gunon. saw the need for out- am, beach. sjnce ]94g Bm jn g ^ of Bjs
Power rivalries abroad and deep
seated domestic problems at home,
moral and ideological considera-
tions take second place as per-
haps they must to the sharp
edge of power realities.
The world consumption of oil
is increasing by 8 per cent a year.
The U. S. consumption, now nearly
40 per cent of the total, is increas-
by 8.7 per cent. Most Amer-
oil now comes from the
Wid lie East. Should the flow
diminish for any reason, not only
America's vast industrial and eco-
nomic strength but its very com-
fortable way of life would be
affected.
In his recent energy policy mes-
e to Congress. President Nixon
stressed the problem of supply,
not a reduction of demand by
American consumers of energy. He
omitted mention of the Middle
Last conflict. 1 o have linked oii
to Israel, analysts of the Pre,
ident's message say. would have
been to make a connection that
the State Department has sought
to persuade Saudi Arabia and
other.- to reject.
Nixon's policy, according to ad-
ministration spokesmen, is to re- j
duce American reliance on on:.1
particular energy source by dc-
. alternative sources They
f nuclear power, si iar
or. exploitation of the coun-
al i tap-
Off-shore oil and natural
ly a policy tnat
in- .ican Jewish and 1st
:-. most recently pri
da Meir, have been urging on
U S. in both its Own and
Israel's interests.
I.ongTeim Solutions
At best however, these are
. term solutions according I
i xpeits. ('apt. William F
ase a retired Coast Guard of!, < r
now at the Department of T:
P) rtati on as rn oil exper pi
ted recently that "If even'- are
a- li to follow a natural c>urse,
;he U. S. will almost certain1''
in HO yi ar p< riod ig in
. 01
Mid .'. E oil."
: u .<-
f th i Fui I
rgy :<
nov a '
i .;:.. the C. S
i
dl< Ea :
ieve i; \:,:l be lose I ll
ion." A'-. in a i nl
article in Fi
lerly that Kin:, Fai
Arabia
f, iend of the U S and res
munisi >rt em
the Arab-, ha
American policy in thi
it will ..
Arab- into
munis .it.
The Saudian- ha
Communist \> ~ i but
no Arab leaden im-
plemented threats of
against the L*. S. for its
tance. The major oi
the Arab world a M
risk thi ir incomes -
S10 billion a
ibly S40 bill 1980 -
behalf of th
.. much less for t
regimes of 1
Saudi Arabia
ducers will, in the neai I
have the
iver policy far Devon what i
be achieved by oil boyc "-
tag
Growing Arab financial p iv pi
iased on oil has been di mon
-trated in the recent international
nonetar\ crises that led to the
i o:! l devaluation of the U S,
i it ast month Seme Euroj can
circle:- claim that Arab-owi
, Eurodollars were directly respon
ible f1'!' the troubles besetting t ho
American currency. The Arabs
acted this time out of purely .snort
rm economic interests selling
loliars to protect their holdings,
But their potential for politically
inspired mischief on the intern a
tional monetary market was nut
lost on the financial world.
I
According to some experts, the
Middle Ea-tern oil states will be
earning one trillion dollars a year
within 30 years, more monej than
anybody has controlled before i
world history. It is far more than
the Arab potentates will be al
to -ji nd, even 'heir lavish
tyle > i 'han their
poor, underpopulated countrii -
an absorb.
Much of their surplus is ex-
d to be invested in the econ-
omies of the mon beavib popu
latcd Arab countries, such as
Egypt and much of it will u in-
vested in the West, Arab co-
ownership of oil pipelines, re-
Aneries and even corner gasoli
stations in the U S is cor,- ten I
a scnous possibility.
Time macszine recently posted
i hypothetical situation for the
In which v b princes
on the bi arns of such 'V
: itionj as Gi eral M itors
:. in:
/ pcrnap I by
in ':'
: ed
I utur I !.'" 'i;> table
A11 oi rse. <
. to a l '
i ,, I V
in the Western ecoi
\ .i uld be li --
I i, |; to n lulge :n reckless in
nal behavior, it has
led. Oi thi other hai
event; in th Aral '
. not predii 'M* .
i me unc rti >enl 11 I
n ent rise to < po r i
mce of th" tanatical Isn i
ng West-baiting Col. Muamn
ladaffi, leader of Libya's rulinf
irj junta. Qadaffi has al-
ready demonstrated his ability to
: African regimes with cash
paganda.
re volatile and unpredictable
Eevpt's late President Gainal
Nasser. Qadaffi possesses
Xassei charisma and. some ob-
lieve. may succeed where
iled in uniting the Arab
. r a banner of ficr. i %
ism and Islamic puritan-
-
P in the Middle East is
to American fon i
. nd while I S So\ i< I
is been muted by deti nte
ucs to be .i factor in t;
. i :. Mil tarily, growing So> ii I
power p a p tential
t i the tanker routi -.
Persian Gulf to I S
tern European and Japanvt
ports, Re i i n ng the S
Canal would ease that Ihn al
maj bi why the i S, insi I
i Suez accord between Israel and
Egypt is the first -' p to an o\cr-
i agreement.
Henry A. Kissinger, President
Nixon's national security advisor,
has begun a review of V. S. policy
in the Middle Fast, takinn into
account the contradiction between
American military and political
support for Israel and better rela-
tions with the Arab states. In Dr.
Kissinger's world of realpolitik,
the oil question doubtlessly looms
Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell Dauer hold the State of Israel Atzmaut
Award they received at the Temple Beth Am-Dinner of
-ate held last weekend under the auspices of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization. Pictured at the presenta-
tion ceremony are 'left to right) William Sanes, dinner chair-
rr.an; His Excellency Avraham Avidar, information minister
lei the Israeli Foreign Ministry; Dr. end Mrs. Dauer and
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgarc, spiritual leader of the temple.
Milton M. Parson, director of Israel Bonds in South Florida,
&crid the dinner raised necriy $175,000 for Israel through
the sale of bonds.
Several hundred persons attended the recent 16th annual
donor luncheon held by the Junior Auxiliary of the Jewish
Home for the Aged at the Eden Roc Hotel. Pictured with
the guest of honor, George W. Valentine, vice president of
Chase Federal Savings and Loan Association, axe (from
left) Miss Rena Stein, president of the auxiliary; Mrs. George
Israel, honorary president, who served as chairman of the
day, and Mrs. Valentine, cochairman of the trustees.


Tr.day, May 4, 1973
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Sreoting Or. Brvr.o Bettelheim, center guest speaker at the
annual installation-luncheon c: the women's committee of
Jewish Family and Children's Service are JFCS pres
Arnold J Stern (left] and Leer. E Fisher executive directoi
The meeting, which loci-: place April 26 a: the Seville Hotel
attracted over 250 guest> sr Dr. Bsttelheim disc
51 Possible to Raise Mentcliy HeclAy Children Today?"
JFCS Women's Committee
Installs '73-74 Officers
.: anni in stall; -esidi
' ''. '
I retarj
i en's Si vi Apr:: 26 I ewlj
- u re sworn in foi and '. ne iatz, am
197! 1974 ten:' fficc. ;. vice
. was Mrs E in 1 p i i i
DIVIDENDS ON POLICIES
DUE ON ANNIVERSARY
0 i '. ( mment
In iran ool es are
not iid early thi
r C W Boggs, Miami
tanl Center,
,: veterans
" 'e ; aid early in
m ; oi m -m by the
' iron -- hut this is
i ;h in? di..... in 1973,"
Mr. B 'v said
V \ is going back to
the r 1 ir sysl :m of paying
:'< divid >ndl on or within
30 days of the anniversary
dat of ill.- policy.
Hebrew Academy Women
To Dedicate Auditorium
The Hebrew Acadcmj Women
1 dedicate the auditorium in
the new Merwitzer Building oi
the Greater Miami Hebrew Acad-
eme W j during ceremonies
which will gel under w;iy at
11:30 a.m.
Mrs. Vlon no Habif is chairman
of the day for the event marking
i u ccssful fund raising cam-
paign by the Hebrew Academy
Women, according to Mrs. Leonard
Adler, president.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal, will officiate at the dedica-
tion
All women who have been ac-
Uve In the Hebrew Academj
Women for 18 or more years will
,- ve special recognition during
the ceremonies, Mrs. Habif said
Mr. and .Mrs. Joseph Halfon
sponsored this week's highly sue
cessful, annual prizes program of
the Hebrew Academy Women in
honor of their 50th wedding anni-
versary, Mrs. Adler said.
Wednesday's program is a high-
light of the organization's yeai-
long celebration of the 25th anni-
versary of the founding of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy,
;he South's largest Hebrew day
school.
tenhi president, an
i rer
,ioi i of
i re Mrs. W [to
.... Mrs B< d \"em-
M "c.:
ic< presidi 11, mi
; ,p. Mrs Mortimei Schaffer, vke Emanuel Pi
sidi lucation: Mrs. Stanley Katzman.
.'::..
'
Barry College Offering Programs
For Both Men and Women Students
A fully accredit-".! liberal arts
i ege offering programs to'
i it lor of arts, bachelor <.'. line
;rts, bachelor of science, b.;:
i BCii nee in nur^i"..- n asti
. -. taster of science, master of
ience in social work and special-
rlon degrees. Parry
- cati d on an '; i
:' 17 buildings
[ lada$$ah*s Donor
Reward Event*
e1 May 8 and 9
: '
( H
.i Ri
rre the Chapti
;.. officers
28 i Hi .. --
Mrs En el Menu
-.'-.'
dne; laj affi i s taki
i the Deauvilh H ti
Serving as Donor chairman for
I' e two days is Mrs. Sylvia Kur-
her cochairman is Mrs.
. -< ph Rosenberg. Program ehsir-
lan is Mrs. Barnett Beckermon.
To Thee We Sing."' an original
' :. celebrating Israel's Wth
Anniversary, will be present!
the traveling troupe of the Greater
ml Jewish Federation. Com-
; : ser is Patty Gross: lyricist.
lie Levin: musical Paul Draizer, and narrator. Carol
i Cast members are Jill Arkin.
. Gelding. Lee Millman, Shir-
ant and Iloo Gruder.
imittee for the luncheons
i i or. two -iu. x- in
I. to accommodate all thos?
are eligible) includes hostess
, i men Mrs. Hyman Abrams and
. v. Sol Dane, donor credit clnir-
l an Mrs. Louis Kane, visual aids
chairman Mrs Harry Eisner, and
j irnal chairman Mrs. Beitha
| .i. nsov.
the S2 million Monsignor Will am
I'...' Library completed in 1963
( t. L. Wiegand Center of
nd languages completed
!".: fd in 1&40 to give special
: the education of young
.. policy has recently been
tied under which male ao-
tM accepted on full-
in the fine arts (art.
ei .' nd drama i and in
thi ... i Ith field (nursing
- i dii il technolo y
. ... chnology and dietet-
Barr> C ill sge has
n-:"ium n'ill Mi-
. '- ayi i 'olli -' through
colleges cr< ate su
-.matens through
'. faculty resources,
id on with Embry-Riddle
auiical University, Daytona
Barr; College houses and
in the Miami Educa-
tion Consortium, a degree grant-
. n accommodating adults
.,:.. -i :t spcn-ibiiitios preclude par-
ticipation in a traditional college
schedule. Staffed by the Domini-
can Sisters of Adrian, Michigan
and lay faculty, its present 1.300
enrollment includes international
student representation.
Gecrge W. Valentine, vice president of
Chase Federal Savings and Loan Associa-
tion, was guest of honor at the annual Youth
Aliyah luncheon held by the Louis D. Brcn-
deis Group oi Hadassah in the Fontaine-
blcau Hotel recently. With him are Mrs
B?n Lippy and the group's president Mrs
David Reinwald. (left) Mrs. Harry Moel
chairman of the day, and Mrs. Valentine
South Florida's world of pleasure boating
has redefined luxury as being the two-
home family, with one home that floats, as at
Fort Lauderdale's unique island condomin-
ium, River Reach. It's now a matter of step-
ping out of one home (on land) and into
another (on water). After casting off frorr
your land home, your woter home can take
you for a fun weekend of island hopping
IN israel some drat* "*w
even different name*. Quite
, problem for the neighborhood
Oraggtal *nd the doctor. What
a, .. Snaare Zedak Hospital
hi I, iu-al.ni got an idea. It has
compiled the first computerised
Index in the country. The Index
MtabliaMa standards lor the oar-
II the drugs available tier..
A; c recent Melave Malkah.. a number of members of Agu-
dath Israel Hebrew Institute, were awarded certificates for
sejt-sacrificing service and devotion to the synagogue. They
include (from left) Mrs. Minnie Schraga, Mrs. Sophia Sha-
piro, Mrs. Lillian Blumenfeld, Rabbi Meshulum Cohen
Erich Schraqenheim, Herbert Srhraga, Max Bachur ana
Harry Belfeit. Also shown is Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever, spiritual
leader.


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PJm/sil tkridltom
Friday. Mcy 4 1373
NCJW Installs Section
And Division Officers
The Greater .Miami Scelion. Na Miami Section who wen charged
tional Council of Jewish Women, with their responsibilities by Mrs.
installed its new Section and DiVl- Wexler are Gladys (Mrs. Maurice I
The Crystal House Story
MM. MOKft-S fUTtRNICK
sion offin.s at a lunch. >ii in til-
Dora! Beach I In!-! this w:-ek.
Featured gueel speaker was the
}lon. Robert SVvin. Attornes
General <>i the Fl ite of Florida
Tb installin officer was Reva
(.Mrs. Irvine) Wexler. a pasl pres-
idem of the Greater Miami s ct'.
who is now president of the
Womti'.'s Division of Greater .Miami
Jewi-h Federation.
Tli.-m.' of the day, "A Place in
the Sun." reflected the Greater
Miami Section's role in the com-
munity as well as in its recent
national convention here which
emphasized Council's "'Focus on
the Future."
Mikki (Mrs. Morr s) Futernick
v.. nstalled :i- .lie new president
id Greater Miami Section. Mrs.
Futernick. who ha 1 as pres-
ide nl of (he ].' > Division and
,.. j i : also
ber of thi Sou! i< vn D I
i! of the \ I i mnci
J. w s!i Worm.
;il( r
.
Adininistratinn; A
Mrs. Nat ham Pritcher. Com-
munity Services: Judy Gilbert,
Membership: Arline (Mrs. Mai
then I Zuckcr. Public Affairs:
[ Doris (Mrs. Maurice I Rich, Ways
ind Means.
Other Section officers are Anne
Mrs. Marvin) Sheldon, cone-
pondim; secretary; Edith (Mrs.
Samuel) Feldman, financial see-
.clary: Betsy (Mrs. Fred) Singer.
recording secretary, and Sophie
i.Mrs. Jack) Thaw, treasurer,
treasurer. Elaine (.Mrs. Philip)
Bloom is immediate past president
of Greater Miami Section.
Eight Division presidents were
alo installed at the luncheon.
They include Florence i Mrs.
Harry) Tainarkin. Bay: Bea (Mrs
Hen) Kazan, Coral: Mitti (Mrs.
Tarry) Ca: field. Indian-Islands:
Mildred .Mrs, Ben I Wclcher.
lakes: Fiances (Mrs. Harry)
Fahrer, 1 incoln: Xanci (Mrs.
Michael) Goldstein. Shores, and
Caibara (Mrs. Howard I Scbecter.
i'ii-h Undo.
4LL CANPI PATES A6r" E_
ZiPCQOE SFt?S
HOLIDAY MAIL
Approximately one year ago a
:roup consisiins of Ernest Mandel,
;-nneth Miller. Lawrence J
Vberman, Abel Holt/ and Stephen
lamer purchased one of Miami
leach's legendary landmarks for
he express purpose of converting
~?fic form of mvnei'Mirp from- a
I ental building to a condominium.
Thus, the Crystal House was the
'irst into a dramatic new venture
known as condominium Living ii>
he Fabulous Fifties." In less
ban a year. Lawrence J. Aberman.
Director of the project and co-
owner, has announced I hat the
Crystal House is nearly "sold out."
An enormously important facet
', it the Crystal House legend was
its immediate acceptance by
'hose scking gracious living and
be continued demand for entree
into (his world of elegance. When
ibe building was first purchased,
the residents were notified that
II their leases would he honored
Hid I hat they would be given the
first opportunity to purchase their
j apartments.
Miami Beach's distinguished ad-
dress is fuifher enhanced by its
successful sales story. Ii began
with the live new owners dedicat-
ing themselves to first refurbishing
i:lie building.
The Crystal House Restaurant,
well known for its continental
food and old world manner, w.-
-o'linletilv redecorated and all
newly furnished. This unusual cir
cular structure offers a spectacu
lar view of the Atlantic <> an
.uid the Crystal House beach and
its pool.
Mario Cordoves, major domo of
he room and his hostess. Rita
, Gorilla, oversee this luxuriously
appointed dining room. Continen-
tal dishes and epicurean delights
are prepared by master chef IIil
son Henderson.
! The exclusive design of the
Crystal House is not only spec-
tacular but the stark simplicity of
its lines distinguishes it from all
other buildings in (his world "f
elegance. The newly decorated
lobby with its wall-to-ceiling mil
s reflects the comfoi table
roundings oi ;i brick wall i
den. \ ibrant with blooming flov
wrought iron gates and comfort
able nooks lo relax.
Entree to Crystal House living
can be experienced by seeing the
three models designed by Eliza-
beth Wynters and furnished oy
the Euster Furniture Company
Once these three models WcTr/TUT
on view. Larry Aberman. formerly
executive Director of the Carriage
Home, headed a sales staff of able
, assistants and opened the doors
: lo the public.
The sales office, located on the
11th floor of the Crystal House,
staffed by Norma Cahn. Hose Ratf.
Ethel Brown and Barbara Sanger
I man. discovered that the response
>vas overwhelming. Today, eve:;,
(wo bedrom apartment at the pre-
I tigc address has been sold and on!;,
a very limited number of one bed
room apartments are still avail
able.
Mr. Aberman maintains ti.^r the
success story of Crystal House liv-
ing is based on the fact thai it
was conceived for a sclec: few
who choose to live in an atmo-
sphere of refinement and quie-
tude. He also adds thai. "The) jti-r
rttm't btiild them Itk? this any.
more. We've realized that we are
years ahead of our time."
Mr. Aberman is nol only pleased
with the results of his successful
conversion from rental to condo-
minium type of ownership, but
also in the fact thai it has becomi
known as the builder.-'' hi: Iding,
for several well known I Idcr-
developers have made the Crystal
House (heir new home. This in it-
self la one of the many glowing
tributes which has nia.ie thi Crys-
tal House an international land-
mark when it comes to h .-.rise
luxury condominium living
Sitmar Cruises Names
Two Vice Presidents
LOS ANGELESSitmar Cruises
has named two prominent Florida
i steamship executives as vice pies
i idenls in the company's sales
division.
Bernie Chabol was appointed
\ ice president. Sales, and G. Ken
Smith will serve as vice president.
Group Sales, according to an an-
nouncement made bv Giorgio A.
Lauro, chairman of Silmar Cruises.
Mr. Chabot. director of sales
with Norwegian Caribbean Line in
Miami, was previously associated
with Costa Line in Chicago and
with Canadian Pacific.
Mr. Smith, national group s.se-
manager with Norwegian Carib-
bean Line in Miami, was Southern
manager of Carnival Cruise Line
prior lo joining Sitmar Crtiiv;'-
Home based in Monte Carlo.
Sitmar Cruises' head office in the
United Sine is located at 3303
U'iishire Blvd.. Los Angeles
i .Mi.!. also
located in New York,
mi, Dallas, Denver. Seattle,
San Francisco. Toronto, ac Van*
mover.
Silmar Cruise- 25.000-tO lux-
ury liner, the TSS Fa win -ails
on year-round wc is.y Saturday
departures from Port Ever, ides,
visiting San Juan. Si '1 >mas,
Santo Domingo and Port-au-I "ince.
The Fairwind shi the
tss Fairsea, i- positii ned the
West Coast and cruises SOjth lo
Mexico and Central America and
North to Alaska and Cana
\'\ (liian Elections Sel
The annual m< et the
George Gershwin Ben& >lent
\--n.. election of directors, plus
nomination of officers o: the
George Gershwin I odge 196
Kn jhts of Pythias is slat for
Monday at 7:30 p.m. at li. Surf-
-nle Civic Cent t. '" ning
hi 1 .:!-) in.-hid' k "age
ion.
1 enl ts in Isi a
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The 44th annual ccnventicn c' ihe National
Federal: cf Jewish Man's Clubs will ba
held in the Chi :mal Hc.cl. Hollywcsd,
May 6-1 vith Rabbi Aithur Hertzberq, (top
row, lef: president cf the American Jewish
Congre^ as the keynote speaker and au-
thor Elie Vv'iesel (second from left) as the
recipient :'. its annual award. Leading par-
ticipants in the pailev of 4(10 Con*9r'"*4i*"
Men's Clubs will also include Dr. David
Sidctsky, professor cf philosophy, Columbia
University Rabbi Irwiu Gror.er of Detroit.
M ch.; (bottom row, left to right) Max M.
Goldbern, Washington, DC, Men's Club
president; Rabbi Joel S. Ceffen of the Jew-
ish Theological Srminary, New York; na-
tional convention chairman Sidney J. Gold-
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