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

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"(Jewish lFloridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 46 Number 19
Miami, Florida Friday. May 11, 1973
ThiGff Sec lions
Price 25cer.n
'WE'LL ACT IN LEBANON IF GUERRILLAS THREATEN TAKE OVER': MEiR
Claim 'Right9 to W. Bank
NEW YORK (JTA) Premier Golda Meir,
Deputy Premier Yigal Allon and Foreign Minister
Abba Eban were questioned by a panel of
American newsmen on the NBC-TV "Meet the
Press" program Sunday.
Al'.on claimed that Israel had an "historic
right" to the West Bank territories but that as
a sovereign state it could decide if it wished to
relinquish any territories within the framework
of a peace settlement.
Mrs. Meir spoke of Israel's quest for peace.
Referring to the recent fighting between the
Lebanese army and Palestinian guerrillas, she
said, in reply to a question, that if any Arab
state \vaded Lebanon to help the guerrillas, or
Continued on Pace 5-A
1
EVENT WILL BE JOINTLY SPONSORED BY FEDERATION, BONDS

Eban Due Here to Honor Russell,
Dr. Kronish at Beach Celebration
Israel Foreign Minister Abba Eban will present the Prime Minis-
ter's Medal to Dr. Leon Kronish and Robert Russell Wednesday night
at the Fontainebleau Hotel as the Silver Anniversary dinner highlights
South Florida Jewry's celebration of the State of Israel's 25th anniver-
sary of independence.
Kissinger
Airs Soviet
Jewish Issue
WASHINGTON (WNS) On the eve of Dr. Henry Kissinger's de-
parture for a four-day visit with Soviet leaders in Moscow, Jewish com-
munity leaders met with the Presidents national security affairs ad-
visor to discuss the Soviet Jewry issue. At the same time. Congressman
impressed upon Kissinger the need for him lo take up this issue during
his \isit.
I an will fly into Miami for the
oration under the auspices of
the Israel Bond Organization, be-
ing staged with the cooperation of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
Rus< of F< It n ,: m,
Leon Kronish, pre dent
ol Rabbinical A sedation of
'. ( at i iVHi mi, are among two of
the 25 men i-i the world selected
for the I [nal honor by Premier
Ida Metr, Finance Minister
has Sapor and Eban.
Rest rvations for the banquet.
which is open to purchasers of
82,500 or more in Israel Bonds for
1972. may be made at the offices
of Israel Bonds, according to din-
ner chairman, L, Jules Arkin.
Others who will participate in
the program, which gets under way
with a 6:30 p.m. reception, include
Dr. Joseph R. Narot. rabbi of Tem-
ple Israel; Milton M. Parson, di-
rector of the brae] Bond organi-
zation in South Florida, and Can-
tor David Conviser of Temple Beth
Sholnm.
Among dignitaries who already
have made reservations for the
Silver Anniversary dinner arc Con-
gressman Claude Pepper and Dr.
Henry Kin1; Stanford, president of
the University of Miami.
Hosts and hostesses who will par-
ticipate include Mr. and Mr;
Jerome KtpnK Mr. and Mrs Rich-
ard Levy, Mr. and Mrs. David
Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Arkin. A
scries of receptions with such
personalities as Gen. Avraham
Yoffe and Robert St. John pre-
ceded the dinner.
Parson, recovering from major
surgery, is coordinating dinner
plans with Arkin and other com
mittee members. He pointed to the
, special roles of Rabbi Kronish and
Mr. Russell in making Greater Mi-
ami the I on' best community
i in terms of Increased results in
behalf of both Israel Bonds
the United Jewish Appeal since
the Six-Day War of June, I
Dr. Kroni li, chairman i
international n bii cab
j Israel Bonds, is associate general
chairman of the 1U73 CJA I
Continued on Page 2-A
ABBA EBAN
mokes special flight
300,000 Line Parade
Route at Anniversary;
See Awesome Weaponry
JERUSALEM (JTA) More
than 300.000 people lined a four-
and-a-half-mile route of march in
90degroe weather Monday to
watch a display of Israel's military
| might in the longest, largest and
most spectacular Independence
Day parade in the nation's 25 year
history.
The parade began at 10 a.m.,
but the 55,000 grandstand ticket
holders were in their seats hours
before, and tens of thousands of
other spectators, many of them
up before dawn, jostled for van-
tage points along the route that
began in East Jerusalem and ended
in a West Jerusalem suburb.
Hundreds of thousands of other
Israelis and tourists watched the
parade on television, although
thousands more chose to ignore it
and celebrated Independence Day
p;ckniking in the mountains and
on the seashore.
No incidents marred the day. Se-
curity was strict, grandstand ticket
holdrs were searched by police
before taking their seats, and
or.ee seated were told not to leave.
The only mishap of the day oc-
cured when a security helicopter
made a forced landing near the
Augusta Victoria Hospital on Mt.
Continued on P:iTe 5-A
Max Fiher, past president of
the Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds. Richard Maass,
National Conference on Soviet
Jewry chairman, and Jacob Stein,
chairman of the Conference of
Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations, said after
the 40 minute meeting with Kis-
singer that they were encouraged
by his response and "by his as-
surance that the channel of com-
munication between the White
II<>>:'<1 and the Jewish community
of this Issue will remain open."
In a powerful renewal of Con-
nal or s iur! for White
, i free er
lion 1 citizens, Son. Henry
VI Jackson D W a ih., an I Repn
Mvi : V\ bin M'll 'i ''
Vanik D Ohio, assured
iat then was no
in th sir I
le i i iti m they hav introduced to
brii about relief for prospective
ea ',.:. in a lat minute appeal
to Dr. Kis >.-). R mblican Sen-
ute I >ad*r Hugh Scott pointed out
that "all that could be don ehas
r-t been O.^nc eVher" by the
Nixon administration or the Soviet
leadership on the emigration issue.
This was in refi rence to the ac-
tivities by both the Nixon admin
istration and the Soviet leadership
on the emigration issue. Express-
ing himself as "not entirely satis-1
ficd" with the Soviet relaxation j
thus far of the education tax, Scott |
rent a personal letter by special
messenger to Dr. Kissinger to dis-
close his views in writing.
In his letter. Scott warned Dr. j
KissinTcr that "the Jackson j
Amendment still commands mi- j
jority support in the Senate and J
I suspect in the House as well i'<
spite of the well publicized liftine
of the visa tax." Continuing, Scott
stated: "The onlv way to defuse
it in the Congress is to obviate
the need for it. and I believe this
can and should be done. 1 h tpe yoc
Continued on Page 15-A
CHERBOURG EXCEPTION
French Say
U.S. Started
Mirage Crisis
TAR IS (JTA) The il the French arms export depart-
ment, Hugucs de li' toile has a
i th i United States of Iw
i cri
for < ial reasons.
D I'E toilc. a high rankir v
mernb t ol the French Ministr;
ense, told a | ress confers
here Thursday: "A splendid com-
cial venture could lie hidt
affair (the Libyan
Mira l. VTou should not
my. one of these days
that the Uniti I States has s
Phantom planes to Libya."'
Openly referring to Israel's
charges that Libya has handed
over 18 French-mad.- Mirage planes
to Egypt, de I'Estoile said: "with
the exception of the Cherbourg
boats, no French military equip-
ment has been turned away from
Its final destination. France keeps
a very serious check on the final
destination of all arms it sells
ibroad." The senior French offi-
cial said that what was at stake
was "whether Europe will have aa
aeronautical industry of its own
"".on'inued on Page 2-A
HILLEL'S RABBI RINGUR RESPONDS TO AD IN UNIVERSITY'S STUDENT PUBLICATION
Miami Hurricane Seeks 'Jews for Jesus'
An advertisement in the Miami
Hurricane, student newspaper of
the University of Miami, urges
Jews on campus that "if you feel
you have some needs, and would
like an answer, just ask Jesus."
The advertisement, appearing
in the May 1 issue of the Hurri-
cane, calls on Jewish students to I
join the "Jews for Jesus" move-1
ment, declaring that "Quite a,
number are turning on to
Christ nowadays."
The ad reads: "Not seven out
of eight as we show here, tongue
in check, but it is a significant
trend all over the nation."
The "seven out of eight" are
depicted in a photo as students
on the march wearing shirts that
read "Jews for Jesus." The leader
wears a skullcap. One student,
not yet in the Jesus sweatshirt,
is on a chair at the rear reading
seme material, apparently pre-
paring to make up his mind to
join in.
Rabbi Stanley Ringler. director
of Hillel Jewish Student Center
on the U-M campus, replied Fri-
day in a letter to the editor of
the Hurricane, charging that "the
sponsors of this ad take them-
selves so seriously. Were this
not the case, I wouldn't bother
to respond to their simplistic
anti-intellectual affront."
Rabbi Ringler called the ad
Continued on Page 11-A
RABBI STANLEY RINGUR
slick Madison Avenue package


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Friday. May 11, 1973 I
Eban Due Here to Honor Russell,
Dr. Kronish at Beach Celebration
Continued from Page 1 A
Ar m m ired P< .He
is nation*] board chairman o
i idrut Fojndahon and
zraann
On
: dip-
has pi
:
.:. "
KObliT kVSHU
I : ed a
f > f.< P^f/irm J'"1,: >i in
growing number of Israel pro-
gram>.
Ruivl', a founder of Mount Si
nai Medical lor ii a memb;
th b-;i: rnors of the Ji .
:.-b nn I ebairmaa of U
rldvide bousing commission. He
i> a member nf the boari of T
A- iv University an active Temple
] rael nwmb-nr and cla>" a kan
r-,-.. it n,e vm vwiia of Greater
Miami.
Par on sa t as a res ill o
?.;,. bust ri< >isil h re of Mrs
<. Ida Meir during the 1 173 inaug
ural Bond conference, purchases <>
b ii (k In Gn iter Miami are rui
ning boom 2') per cent ahead of
laci year's record-shattering pace.
Bban, a former Deputy I'nme
Mfn^aer and Minister of Educa
I. n, served for nine years as is
ambassador to the United
. -.1 ?.,..,I Vg|l^t, ,,| ii
French Say
U.S. Started
Mirage Issue
Continued from Page 1 A
T will becoim a captive niaiket
or the IS \:
Ii I'EsI >ile -Hid that the U. S.
ractif jn aggressive" arms
>ort policy. He said. "The Penta-
!on of a budget of 10
is i about S2 billion) to
enl certain countries with
rifts."
The French aide said that
'ranee la I year lost a contract
or the sale of six Puma beticop-
ers to Lebanon which finally
I nitfht American Italian made
lugu.ta Bell-212 machines. He
aid that thi- mi not surpri r
as the Catholic .Nuncio in Beirut
erved as the commercial repre-
entative of the selling company
The n'-wspaoer Lt Monde re
lOrted that the French Defense
.linistry has decided not to change
he rate of Mirage deliveries to
.ibya but will slow down de-
ivcries of spare par's and equip-
ment. Delivery of the 110 Jets
rdered by Libya will be com-
leted by the fall of 1974. as
cheduled.
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Friday, May 11. 1973
*Jetvisti norid&an
Page 3-A
Julius Darsky Mount Sinai
Founders' Unanimous Choice
Time Inc. Publishing Special LIFE {
Report Marking Israel s Anniversary
NEW YORK Time Inc. is, Russia.
JulilM Dinky, former president j
of the Pi psi-Cola Bottlieg Company
of Miami and Pepsi-Cora BottlersJ
1
JUUUS DARSKY
Association of the United States
was elected president of the
Mount Sinai Medical Center
Founders, a group of community
recent meeting.
Mr Darsky. who succeeds Ben
jamin G. Kline as head of the
founders, a group of community
leaders comprised of persons who
have contributed S50.000 or more
to the medical center, also serve
as ;i vice president of Mounl
Sinai's Ij'-ird of trustees.
The Founders also elected Mrs.
Leonard Friediand. Marshal E.
,ii>inberj;. Lester A. Russin, M.U..
and Louis Wolfson TI as new vice
presidents. Reelected vice pres
idents were Harry Chernin, Sydney
Gum, Moms Lansbur^h and Mil
i'.ii Moskowitz.
The new president said he has
devoted considerable time to
.iiount Sinai since he came to
Miami Beach 11 years ago because
it was in keeping with his Irfa's
philosophy, which is ""to leave this
woild in a little better condition
than it was when l came into it.
"I chose Mount Sinai as the
organization io which l would give
mosl of my time and effort." Mr.
Darsky said iii accepting the pres-
idency, "because 1 trunk Mount
.sinai is the must worthwhile,
oasically essential and necessary
.n.-i.lution iii me. entire com-
munity."
Mr. Darsky pointed out that the
future of the medical center was
directly linked to tiie founders.
It is only through contributions
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tool of the physician of tomorrow."
In addition to his work at
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nliy a member of the board of
' rustees, United Jewish Appeal of
New York and a member of the
board of directors of General
, Cinema Corporation of Boston. He
is former president of American
Beverege Corporation and the
Children's Rehabilitation Center
of Akron. Ohio, and is on the
boards of the Standard Club and
Westview Country Club of Miami.
What do doctors
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There are many medications a
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for pain. But there's. one pain re-
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i publishing "The Spirit of Israel",
a onetime special report bearing
j the LIFE magazine logo which will
appear on newsstands only, with
1 a worldwide distribution of 750,000
copies starting May 14.
The magazine will contain no
advertising and will have a
single-copy price of $1.50. A re-
duced rate is available for bulk
orders.
If the special Israel issue meets
the reception hoped for it, it may
, be followed by other one-time
publications carrying the LIFE
logo and utilizing LIFE'S brand of
picture and text journalism.
"'lited bv Philip B. Kunhardt.
a former LIFE assistant managing
editor, the Special Report will
trace the story of the land which
became the Israeli state and its
people from the early Zionists
of the turn of the century to the
most recent immigrants from
About fio per cent of ti e mag-
azine is pictures, many taken in
the last few weeks Picture chi I
ters will be devoted to -ill aspc ;
of Israeli life. Independence D ly
celebrations, the Six-Day War, i::e
in the occupied territories aid
guerrilla warfare.
Major picture essays b>
tinguished former LIFE photogra-
phers are planned: Co Rentm r
is contributing a portrait oi r i
Aviv: Harry Benson, an intimate
essay on the Sabres, the native-
born Israelis; and Cornel Capa, a
variety of Israeli scenes.
Among the textpieces all
original material is an article
by English journalist Han) <.'*. .;
on the Arab viewpoint today and
a historical treatment of I. r I
done by Prof. Walter Lacqui ur i
the University of To! Aviv
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Volume 46
Friday, May 11, 1973
They Represent Dedication
Next Wednesday night two of our Jewish community's
most distinguished citizens will be among 25 in the world
selected to receive the Prime Minister of Israel Medal dur-
ing the worldwide celebration of Israel's 25th anniversary.
The awards to Rabbi Leon Kronish, the spiritual leader
of Temple Beth Sholom, international chairman of the rab-
binate cabinet for Israel, and Robert Russell president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and housing chair-
man of the World Jewish Agency, will come as one of the
major events of the community's month-long celebration
of the silver anniversary of the creation of the Jewish
state.
The fact that Foreign Minister Abba Eban will make
the presentation at a public Miami Beach banguet high-
lights the importance attached to the event and to the role
that Greater Miami has played m helping to build the Stale
of Israel during this guarter-century. For while two men
to be honored have earned their awards through their
individual efforts, they have also represented the dedica-
tion of the Jews of this area to the cause of Israel and
Jewry throughout the world.
Resolution Is Rational-To UN
The reasoning behind the latest United Nations reso-
lution condemning Israel is rational U.N. thinking and
thai has developed a meaning all its own since it deals
not with reality but with self-defeating myths.
As a member state, Israel must conform with United
Nations rules while individual terrorists since they are
not members, are not bound. That is not irrational, since
the UN. is an organization of nations, not individuals, but
the fatal flaw is in treating the acts of terror committed by
El Fatah and Black September as independent of the Arab
nations which support, harbor and honor the murderers
of innocents. The best proof of their involvement is that
Jordan learned its lesson years ago and now has no prob
lem with Israeli raids, and that Lebanon is taking the
same course in recognition of the fact that Israel's reprisal
is not attacks on a sovereign nation but on the terrorists
who have found a haven till now in that country.
There are many factors that prevent serious peace
talks in the Middle East and one of them is the failure of
most of the United Nations members to act against those
Arab states which are legally and morally responsible for
the acts of "individual" terror which have been perpetrated
on the world, as well as Israel, in recent years.
Anniversary A Beginning
Hillel Foundation is now celebrating its 50th anniver-
sary as a fixture on some 270 American college campuses
and its golden anniversary appears to be the beginning of
an even greater influence than ever before.
Greater support than ever is coming from organized
Jewish communities today with the realization that on the
campuses the battle for the minds and commitment of
young Jews is among the most important of our age. The
concern over student alienation still exists but, in recent
years, Hillel has risen to the challenge with innovative
programming that has attracted larger numbers than ever
before.
The activity on the University of Miami campus is a
good example of what the cooperation between a local
Federation and Hillel can accomplish. At the age of 50,
Hillel is as young and as dynamic as when B'nai B'rith
formed its iiist unit on the University of Illinois campus.
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WASH IMGTON, D.C. Any-
one can see the President can-
not hope to come out of the
Watergate horror smelling like
a rose. But after the events of
Monday. B bet is here offered
that the President will NOT be
smelling like a skunk cabbage,
either.
NO DOUBT this will disap-
point a few The bet is also con-
ditional on substantiation of a
recent, far too little noticed sum-
mation of the Watergate evi-
IiHsmeoFeveRyTMiN^!
dcnce bv Jack Anderson, that
feriocious investigator-reporter
Anderson has certainly shown
no signs of a soft spot for Rich-
ard M. Nixon. He has further
seemed to have complete access
to the grand jury testimony in
the Watergate case. With this
knowledge, he wrote the other
day:
'President Nixon had no ad-
vance knowledge of the Water-
gate break-in and bugging."
WHEN THE Watergate story
was broken by The Washington
Post, it must therefore have as-
tonished the President as much
as it astonished most other peo-
ple. It was then campaign time. It
would be carrying faith in hu-
man nature too far to suppose
the candidate-President did not
then want his subordinates to
tidy the mess into obscurity as
far as this was possible. No
candidate President of the last
40 years would have wanted less.
But once again, if Jack Ander-
son is correct, the President had
no knowledge whatever of the
kind of shocking coverup meas-
ures that were taken by some of
those closest to him, allegedly
including former Atty. Gen John
Mitchell.
JUDGING by all the known
evidence, the President was per-
sistently, flagrantly and arro-
gantly lied to about this matter
by a whole series of men to
(Continued on Page 12-A)
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COMMENT
bv KDWARD COHEN
.. *
It is now obvious that John
Connally was waiting for Pres-
dent Nixon to take responsibil-
ity in the Watergate case. If the
White House incumbent couldn't
measure up in bigness with War-
ren Harding and Ulysses S. Grant
he certainly could be no fit asso-
ciate for a Texan used to big,
big deals and scandals.
There was hope for Mr. Nixon
in the Connally league with ITT.
Vesco, the Teamsters alliance and
the 10 million in campaign funds
lying around in a few safes, but
nothing you could really pin
your faith on these days when
law and order is the motto at
the White House.
NOWW THAT not only the
FBI but the CIA are known to
have been part of CREEP (Com-
mittee to Re-elect the President),
and a pillar of the Pentagon
moved in to operate the White
House staff, the scene would
seem to be just right for a man
who feels the Democratic Party
is too left for him.
John Connally has every right
to choose the party and the peo-
ple with whom he wishes to
associate. But he will have to
live with the label that such as-
sociation is bound to bring.
I HAVE always had somewhat
ambivalent feelings about the
"guilt by association" philosophy.
The civil libertarian in me bris-
tles when some dimwit tells a
Herald interviewer that she
would have supported Nixon last
year despite Watergate "consid-
ering that Red he was running
against." or the local Cubans
who see a Communist lurking
under every bed and put every
Democrat in that category.
But the choice of political as-
sociates, whether it is in a Com-
munist or Fascist front organiza-
tion, or the band of professional
and amateur thieves who appar-
ently surround tthe President
of the United States, is good
and sound cause for suspicion.
TAKE the committees which
were organized to receive non-
traceable cash contributions on
behalf of the Nixon camoaign.
"Patriots for Improved Govern-
ment," "Committee for Political
Integrity," "Americans for Ob-
jective Reporting," are among
the cover names.
The Secretary of Commerce
was worried if the cash received
from Vesco was "stolen money,"
but kept it anyway. Las Vegas
gambling interests provided
$400,000. the Teamsters Union
which was expelled from the
AFL-CIO for corruption no
other reason gave up $175,-
000 from its pension fund.
AMONG the mobsters and
crooks the President released
from jail was a Maifa boss Di-
Carlo. against the wishes of the
highly praised Organization
Crime Division of the Justice
Department. The list is long and
anyone who is aware of it should
pay the penalty for placing his
name on it.
All of this is disturbing, of
course, and some will point with
justification at the Democrats
who. at times, have harbored
some characters one could not
be proud of Frank Sinatra
was one until he switched when
the oft- accused "New Politics"
and its moral and ethical atti-
tudes took party control for a
while during the preceding four
vears. But how can the frighten-
ing I mean that literally
revelations of the past few weeks
fail to alert intelligent Amer-
icans to the real danger of fasc-
ism lurking in the wings?
ADD THE thieves and mob -
sters, the corrupt industrialists
and labor leaders, to the open
subversion of the democratic
process by those once-sacrosanct
organizations, the FBI and CIA.
and you have a scenario which
a week ago The National Ob-
server paralleled with the rise
of Hitler in 1933.
Quoting from William Shir-
er's "Third Reich," the writer
tells how Hitler raised money
for his campaigns by meeting
secretly with the Krupps and
Thyssens. "Well, we have no
Krupps or Thyssens, of course.
But we do have things and peo-
ple called ITT and Vesco," says
this weekly published by that
not very' radical corporation up-
on which Wall Street leans so
heavily, Dow Jones & Company,
Inc.
"IF FASCISM is to come to
America, though," concludes the
author, "it must come in Amer-
ican disguise no grim, march-
ing men in leather trench coats
and swastikas, easily recognized
and rejected, but a smiling,
wholesome ail-American man in
mufti, ever so reasonable but an
authoritarian father-figure for
all that ... He will have to
strum on the fears and frustra-
tions of the masses-.of Ameri-
cans who know they are decent.
God fearing, flag-loving This
champion may cu,t a few legal
corners here and there, but his
people will understand.
"Frightening. Not just the ra-
tionale, not just Watergate, but
the whole Nixon "GestaH"
We had better double the sen-
tries between "now and January
1977 and hope."
That is the message of Water-
gate and it is no surprise that
John Connally and others of his
reactionary inclination read it
loud and clear.


Friday, May 11. 1973
+Jeni$ti fk>ri Page 5-A
300,000 Line Parade
Route at Anniversary;
See Awesome Weaponry
Continued from Page IV
Scopus, injuring five crew mem-
bers, none seriously.
President Zalman Shazar, Pre-
mier Golda Meir and former Pre-
mier David Ben-Gurion watched
the parade from the official re-
viewing stand facing police head-
quarters in the Sheikh Jarrah
Quarter of East Jerusalem. Mrs. I
Meir wore a white handkerchief [
around her head to shield her'
eyes from the blazing sun. They ]
sat in the stand for 90 minutes |
while the three main elements of
the parade passed in review the
air force, the armored corps and
Jie infantry.
Observers noted the preponder-
ance of American-made weaponry
both in the air and on the ground.
The display of Israel's air power
was led by supersonic Phantom
jets which roared overhead in low-
level squadrons of three at 500
m.p.h. American Sky hawk attack
planes and huge Stratocruiser
transports were part of the air
show along with French Mirages,
American and French combat heli-
copters and an Israeli-made jet
trainer adapted from the French
Fouga Magister design.
Israelis took special pride in
the giant American Patton and
British Centurion tanks that rum-
bled by, many of them rebuilt and
reengineered by Israeli techni-
cians to improve their speed and
firepower. Also totally rebuilt and
virtually new were the Russian-
made T-55 and T-54 tanks captured
in the Six-Day War and 240 mm.
Russian-made Katyusha rocket
launchers.
Israel's armament industry was
represented by self-propelled
heavy mortars mounted on Sher-
man tank chassis and self-pro-
pelled 155 mm. cannon of Israeli
design. Three types of tank chas
sis American artillery passed in
review along with units of 70 and
22 mm. anti-aircraft guns and
American-made Hawk surface to
air missiles.
About 2,000 infantrymen
marched in the parade along with
paratroopers and combat engine-
ers. The parade, the first Indepen-
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dence Day military display since
1968, cost Israel IL 20 million and
was three months in preparation.
Plans for the parade aroused the
ire of Jordan and the Arab states
which protested to the United
Nations.
Many Israelis expressed the feel-
ing that it was extravagant and un-
duly provocative. Critics were re-
minded however that Israels mili-
tory establishment could not be
left out of the celebration of the
nation's 25th anniversary. The need
to remind the Arabs of Israel's
military might was also cited.
Claim 'Right9 to W. Bank
Continued from Page 1-A
if a gucnilia takeover in Beirut ap-
peared imrrinent, Israel would act.
She recalled Ulat Israel took ac-
tion on its side of the border when
Syria tried to intervene in the
fighting between guerrillas and the
Jordanian army in 1970.
Asked how he could reconcile Is-
ael's annexation of East Jerusalem
with its insistence that it was
ready to enter peace negotiations
without pre-conditions, the for-
eign minister replied that no prior
conditions meant that each side
could present its position at the
peace table but neither side should
be required to make any commit-
ments before peace talks begin.
Meanwhile, former Premier
David Ben-Gurion said he has
changed his mind about returning
most of the administered Arab ter-
I ritories in exchange for peace. The
I 86-year-old elder statesman said in
an interview published in the Jeru-
I salem Post that after the Six-Day
War he favored giving back all of
the territories except East Jeru-
salem and the Golan Heights if the
Arabs agreed to make peace with
Israel.
"But peace has not come to this
day. They don't want to make
peace with us," he said. He said
he now favored Jewish settlement
on the West Bank. "Israel should
settle on every part of the land,"
but "not by displacing Arabs,"
Ben-Gurion said.
He reminded Israelis, who re-
gard the Soviet Union today as an
enemy of Israel, that the U.S.S.R.
was a major factor in Israel's de-
feat of the Arabs in its war for
independence in 1948. The only
ones who promised to help were
the Russians who sent us vital
arms by way of Czechoslovakia."
Ben-Gurion said. "Without these,
we would have not been able to
fight back. One day I will tell how
the Russians helped us not like
what they are doing to us today."
he said.
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Lodge Sponsors
Patriotic Rally
Secretary of State Richard
"Dkk" Stone wi',1 be the main
speaker at the Memorial Day
Jewish War Veterans, will direct
the program.
Also participating in the rally
are the Rev. R. Wiley Scott: Rabbi
David Raab: Circuit Court Judge
Milton A. Friedman; George W.
Valentine, vice president Chase
Federal Savings and Loan: Col.
Phil Cohen. U. S. Marines, retired;
Miami Beach Mayor Chuck Hall;
David Tow. president B'nai B'rith
Council of South Florida Lodges.
ind presidents of Women's B'nai
B'rith Councils.
The rally is presented annually
by Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge
[591, and sponsored by Chase Fed-
eral Savings and Loan as a com-
munity service. There is no ad-
mission charge and the public is
invited. Wore than 50 ledge-; and
31 women's chapters are co
iperating.
Chai Women's Chapter. B'nai
B'rith. will do the ushering under
fhe supervision of Flora Sinick of
Yfiami Beach, former Women's
Council president.
Joyce Goldberg
Auditorium Saturday' May 2fi' at|Guest Speaker
The Barnett Breeskin Sym- The South Florida Chanter of
phuio Orchestra concert is com-lthi Hunter College Alumni Asso-
posed of patriotic and popular I elation will hold its seventh in
i ier Beveral out-1 itallation of officers during a
s Hiding i will entertain
ial selections.
highlight of the concert
; n of Hi rally will be the
I i Torah Syi Children's
i directed by Cantor Jacob
i so i nd Greta Fleissig.
i C il r Gua 'ds will lead in
the Presentation oi the Colors
i [wn | in.-ttead Air
l Base, the I'nited States
( st Guard a id the U. S. Naval
Cadets. Maurice Weinman,
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The guest speaker, Metro Com- j
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ilso install the chapter's president
luth Frank of Miami Beach
Entertainment for the luncheon
will be provided by Brendan Ho!
il and eleven Irish step dancers
or.l musicians.
j Other officers to be installed
ire Byrdie King. Janice Rothlein
i.'id Pearl Mattis, vice presidents:
I 2mma Layman, treasurer: Dor
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The Juvenile Diabetes Founda-
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search seeking a cure for this
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which affects an estimated 1 mil-
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Miami author, historian and
lecturer Seymour B. Liebman will
be the guest speaker at a June !
banquet honoring Herbert L. Gop-
man of Miami Beach, Commander
of the Department of Florida. Jew-
ish War Veterans of the USA..
at the Playboy Plaza Hotel. Miami
Beach.
Mr. Liebman's talk will high-
light the 27th annual JWV-JWVA
state convention, expected to at
tract more than 500 delegates and
their families from 24 post- in
Florida. June 8 10.
Considering a leading authority
on the history of Jews in Latin
America. Mr. L'cbman. the author
of "The Jews in New Spain' and
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guest lecturer at Hebrew Univer-
sity in Jerusalem, Jew,' College
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vbom he had given total confi-
'Jence..
The depth of his resentment
with John Mitchell after the real
V- atergate story began to emerge
< fore the grand jury.
When Mitchell was call'd to
the White House April 15, he
was not allowed to see the Presi-
dent. He was given the dire news
r; a man he hates, John Ehrlich-
rr'an. Thi is not the way any
President handles a man who
been his closest intimate un-
- catastrophic loss of faith
- already occurred.
SUCH, THEN, are Ihe tenta-
bases on which one may
.i' the ultimate political ef-
ts of the Watei :>: horror.
Two i] of the honw ire
: to url the Pi
nently, i It! >u; h I ir tn m fa-
';,. mn I |i I rid of the
ih iity for hii ing an I
ing t1'" pi.....I" responsibl <
the horror, ilo also waited
io make the
that is obvi >u sly necei >a );
in th aitinu period, the
Tor wa- mad.' even more
. rible,
THERE IS ih i I'"- possibil
.- that one of the men so
ongly trusted by the President
! now turn upon him and will
. io implicate him from m >
> of revenge. Every last one
- them was looking forward to
.in. '. [littering rewards in
ate life.
Now, how< ver, that delightful
peel has paled and vanished.
7 r some the outlook is also
ously dark, since actual
aea have undoubtedly been
imitted.
LOOKING over the lineup,
however, there is only one man
who seems to need watching. On
the basis of the known facts,
John Dean III ought to have
been disbarred before he became
the President's counsel. He
.-- ikes one as the kind of man
who might get nasty, even by
king to implicate the Presi-
dent.
But Dean will not do this, if
he has a decent lawyer of his
own And Dean will not matter
much, anyway, if Jack Ander-
son's version of what happened
is generally sustained by other
evidence.
THESE ARE the reasons, fi-
nely, that the President should
finally emerge from the Water-
gi-e horror without smelling like
a shunk cabbage.
This means, of course, that al-
though he may be somewhat
damaged, he will still be a rela-
tively intact President, with more
than enough political authority
tc discharge the dreadful re-
sponsibilities that the modern
presidency imposes.
BARRING the most passionate
Nixon-haters a minority sect
at best this is the final out-
come that most people in the
country have been hoping for.
Almost all Americans have
enough common sense to see
the terrible danger of going into
> period of many risks and chal-
lenges, both at home and abroad,
with a President who has been
politically crippled.
Hence President Nixon can, in
fact, count on being given the
benefit of the doubt by most
people in this country now
that he has finally made the
deep, clean cut that the Water-
gate horror always demanded.
Thank God he has done so, and
pray God it produces the result
liere forecast. Otherwise, we
shall all suffer.
ricc-dems Foundation's 1972 Gold Medal Award was ac-
cepted by Shepard Bicad, chairman of the board, for Amer-
ican Savings and Loan Association of Florida at a recent
"Recognition Tea."
Freedoms Foundation
Honors American Savings
4
American Savings & Loan Asso-
ciation of Florida was a recent
Dade County recipient of the
Freedoms Foundation's 1972 Gold
Medal. Shepard Broad, chairman
of the board, and others represent-
ng the Association, accepted the
Freedoms Foundation's 1972 Gold
Medal at the "Recognition Tea"
ield to commemorate the event.
The award for 1972 was made
to American Savings for its
Americana" styled Bayside office
at Alton and Lincoln Roads, Miami
Beach. The 20,000 square foot
building spearheaded an architec-
tural trend that has helped es-
.i-blish the Alton and Lincoln Road
area as a rapidly developing con-
temporary financial center.
The exterior of the building is
highlighted on its northern facade
by a series of four giant multi
colored mosaics depicting the
American flag in a series of his-
toric moments.
The murals were designed and
created by Enzo Gallo, who
worked with a combination of 60
per cent glass and 40 per cent
"smalti" small pieces of opaque
glass that have been aged to fine
gradations of color. The four
mosaics contain over three million
pieces of individually cut glass.
Set by hand in Italy under
Gallo's supervision, then brought
to Miami Beach and affixed to the
walls with a special epoxy com-
pound, the four murals are titled.
"Betsy Ross The Flag Is Born",
"Abraham Lincoln The Flag
Is Preserved", "Iwo Jima The
Flag Is Triumphant", "Man Lands
On Moon The Flag On High."
Gallo also designed and executed
Lodge Meeting To Feature
Patricia Gale, Sam Pascoe
Miami Beach Lodge No. 1591,
B'nai B'rith, will hold its May-
meeting Monday at 7:30 p.m. in
the 100 Lincoln Road Club Room,
lower lobby.
Singing accordionist Patricia
Gale will be featured in the en-
tertainment portion of the meet-
' ing; the program will also include
a discussion of Israel as it cele-
brates its 25th anniversary by
Samuel Pascoe.
the huge mosaic over the main
entrance on the east end of the
building facing Alton Road. The
mosaic, called "The Government
. Three Pillars Of The People." j
features the White House, the j
Capitol, and the Supreme Court j
Buildings, representing the three
branches of government.
The Freedoms Foundation at
Valley Forge, established in 1949, i
is a nonprofit, nonsectarian. and :
nonpolitical organization. It annu-'
ally honors organizations and indi- {
viduals whose activities relate to j
one or more of the basic American i
rights.
The Dade County Chapter of the
Freedoms Foundation is under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Jefferson P
Hill, Sr.. of Miami.
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Friday, May 11. 1973
' Y'';"*l'il',"aas*eM**sas*esBaBaesaiMafciasiiB*sjaiBsa
Jh IKabbi ^peakt /row Jlie jrulpH
MaMnnaNBaMm mm w
BT' ii,'i;ui,i;.-"ii!''iiMil':'l' .t'.-s
Undivided Loyalty
By RABfrl tllXtitES tt. Rl'BEL
In this week's portion of the
Torah (Bmor) we read the story
v( an Jsraelite who, in (he course
of a quarrel
vith another Is-
raelite, express
d himself about
'"id in a disre-
pectful manner.
Je blasphemed
he holy name.
rhis was re
orted t > Moses,
ho placed th"
ffender in pris
,>n until the
Rabbi Rube/ I. id repealed
the proper pro
cedure in the ease.
The next day Moses received
\ rd from G-d that the man was
to be punished as a capital offender
and the community was to witness
the punishment in a public square.
This w.is an exnmple to all Jews
never t:> repe:it such a serious
offense. (Leviticus 24:10-36)
in reiuiinu the trial record of1
this ancient blasphemer, it occurs1
la rre that hef ar- two very im- J
Pvrtant lessons we can learn from j
*-iis tragic incident in the desert, j
The rabbis tell us that this man |
who cursed G-d's name was not a:
full-fledged Jew, but a member of
tnc erev rav the "mixed multi-
tude" (Fxodus 12:38) who joined j
ihp Jewish people on their way out
of Egypt because they feared G-d's t
vengeance. (Compare with Hertz!
Commentary on Leviticus 24:10, p.;
528).
These were the people who at i
lathed themselves to the Jews as i
hey left Egypt, hoping to escape1
'He punishment of the L-rd against i
ihe Egyptian slave drivers. They,
were not wholehearted Jews, with!
i jireat loyalty to Israel. They were,
no to speak, half-baked Jews, un-!
able to deciae whether they should '
I* good Jews or not. It was only
from such divided loyalty that a!
blasphemer could arise.
We must therefore realize that;
it will never do to be a half baked
.lew, observing one or two com-
mandments and ignoring the oth-
ers. We must always be full-
fl>ded Jews, giving our undivided
I i ally to G-d. His law and His
pi ;ple Israel.
There is yet another fine lesson
W may derive from the ancient
story of the blasphemer: namely,'
that a man's good or bad behavior'
reflects ori the name and reputa-
tion of his parents.
In telling the story of the Was
turner, the Torah makes a point
>t" announcing publicly the name
of his mother. The Bible states:
And his mother's name was Shelo
mith, the daughter of Dibri. of the
Tibe of Dan." (Leviticus 24:11).
' Sis mother was disgraced for gen-
rations to come. (Vayikra Rabba
t (2:3).
We should realize that our lives
nust be so ordered in goodness
lecency and Jewish living that we
nay bring honor and glory to th'.1
DarentS who have raised us, who
have given us their love and loyalty
ince our childhood.
By the same token, we should
also understand the warning given
to the priests in the opening por-
tion of this Sedrah: "They shall
be holy unto their G-d. and they
hall not desecrate the name of
their G-d."
Although this warning was ad-
dressed to the priests, it was well
known that the Jewish people was
labeled by G-d "a kingdom of
priests and a holy nation." By that
we must imply that our lives as
Jews must also be exemplary BO
that the world may realize that we
are true to our calling, for which
we have been chosen by G-d.
We must remember that when
a Jew distinguishes himself, he iv
fleets glory upon the whole Jewish
people. On the other hand, a Jewish
criminal brings disgrace to his
mother, namely, the Jewish peo-
ple, just as the blasphemer dis-
graced his mother for generations
to come.
We do not have to go into detail
to realize how true this is, especi
ally of us. the Jewish people who
are expected to live their godly-
life at all times. People very rarelv
will say that the Jew is like all
others, but he must be more so.
Let us remember this and try to
live exemplary' lives as Jews and
members of our society at all
times.
Bv RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
On what do rabbis base their
right to make ordinances and
Impose regulations?
Maimonides (Laws of Rebels 1:2)'
derives this right (as does the Tal-
mud in tractate Shabbat) from a
verse in the Bible (Deuteronomy
17:11). ,
The Bible, speaking about the !
authority of priests, levites and
judges says "According to the law
which they shall teach you. and
in accordance with the judgment
which they shall tell you. you shall
act; you shall not deflect from the
word which they shall order you
neither to the right nor to the
left."
Historically, Moses in his day.
already instituted certain ordi-j
nances such as the seven-day period |
of mourning and the seven-day!
period of nuptial festivity (Tal
mud. Yerushalml, Keti'both 1:1).
Who are the "Bene Israel?"
"Bene Israel" is a term given to
a group of Jews in India who claim
that their ancestors came to India
some 2,000 years ago. Their status
as Jews came into question when
they emigrated en masse to Israel
Although they had preserved
many Jewish customs, doubts arose
as to whether they had continually
followed the proper procedures in
marriage, divorce and conversion.
After many discussions the chief
rabbinate resolved the issue in
Israel and these Jews are now al-
lowed to freely intermarry with
western Jews in accordance with
certain preliminary procedures.
What is the difference between
a rabbi and a dayyan?
Generally speaking a dayyan
usually exercises jurisdiction in
civil cases while the rabbi mainly
functions in ritual matters. The
two terms are often used inter-
changeably.
Often, as mentioned by Mai-1
monides. rabbinic ordination may I
entitle the rabbi to exert authority i
in ritual lew and not in civil law!
and sometimes the reverse may be
true. Some rabbis carry ordination i
for both authorities. In Israel the!
"dayyan," who is a rabbi, is given!
full court status in matters affect-
ing the personal status of those
who come before him.
. .; ......
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Emor
And the Lord said unto Moses: Speak unto th priests, the
sons of Aarun. and My unto them ." (Chapters XXI-XXIV)
LAWS RELATING TO PRIESTS: Because of his privileged
status, the priest had to maintain a high standard of purity and
perfection. As contact with the dead defiled him and wouid for a
time prevent him from carrying out his duties, he was forbidden
to attend the funeral rites of anyone except his nearest relatives,
i.e., his wife, parents, children, brother and unmarried sister, and
he could not marry an unchaste or divorced woman.
Even more rigid rules applied to the high prieft. who was not
to defile himself even when his own next of kin died, a'id could
marry only a virgin. Any physical defect disqualified the priest
from officiating at the altar.
THE HOLY DAYS: A number of days during the year wore
to be proclaimed as "holv convocations." These holy days, on
which no work was permitted, are recorded in the following or-
der: the Sabbath; the first md last days of Passover; the Feast
of Weeks: Rosh Ha-han.ih; the Day of Atonement: the first days
of the Fcjst of Tabernacles, the Shimini Atzeres.
THE LAMPS AND THF SHOWBREAD: The peoile were
reminded of their duty to provide pure olive oil for the l:t:ms.
which were constantly to be kept burning by the priests. The
show/bread was to be made of 12 cakes of fine flour arranged in
two rows. ^
PENALTY FOR BLASPHEMY: The son of an Israelltish
mother and an Egyptian father became engaged in a fight wRh
an I raelite, and during the .quarrel blasphemed the name of God.
He was placed i:i custody until the penalty was declared thai blas-
phemy. Ilka murder, was punishable by death.
l\.0bt>i*ttcixi evision
Vr
roorfUMta
W'
May 13
May 13
May 13
Ch. 4. 8:30 am. The First Estate
(Repeated on Ch. 2, 6 30 p.m.)
Host: Rev Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "Education in Israel"
Guests: Dr. Chaim Adler, Hebrew University ol
Jem al-.-m: Mrs. Anne Robinson, international
affairs chairman, National Council of Jewish
Women
Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Avrom Drazin, Temple Israel, Miramar
Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
.ii.


Technion Chapter Luncheon Planned
The 10th annual Spring Lunch-
eon of the Miami Chapter,
Women's Division of the Amer-
ican Society for Technion, will be
held at noon Friday. May 18, in
the Marriott Hotel. 1201 NW
LeJeune Rd., under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. Seymour Laskey and
Mrs. Martin W. Spector.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin will speak on
"The Technion Student." The
musical portion of the program
will feature lyric soprano Ann
Spector and rer accompanist. Lena
Maddaford.
Mrs. Meyer Baskin. installing
! officer, will administer the oath
j of office to Mrs. George Baum,
I president; Mrs. Kenneth Roson,
Mrs. Ann Goldberg, Mrs. Julius
, Propp, Mrs. Norman Hill and Mrs.
; David Sernaker. vice president;,;
! Mrs. Joe Lieberman, treasurer;
\ Mrs. Morris E. Greene, financial
j secretary; Goldic Reiss, corre-
sponding secretary; Mrs. Morris
i Simon, recording secretary; Mrs.
' Meyer Brilliant, parliamentarian;
Mrs. Harold Thurman. chaplain,
and Mrs. Rae Rosenthal, historian.
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ervices
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BETH JACOB. 30t Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Svur.
I
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef-
ferson Ave. Coneervative. Rabbi
David Raab. Car-tor Saul Breed. 20
MIAMI |
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
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AMSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
American Traditional Judaism. Rab-
bi J. Marshall Taxay. Cantor Sol
Pakowitz. 2
BETH AM (Temple>. 5950 N. Kendall
Or. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert Baumoard S
tr'day s :t" p.m. services. An original
musical* will be presented, -TheJ,vv-
i Contribution to the Broadway Mu-
i--ii Stage "
BFTH DAVID] 2025 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservetive. t~.iibl Irving A. Wein-
oart. Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
Friday ,; p.m. Herbert K Scher
Chapel, i r:,i VTav). Saturday (Coral
iVay) a m I .>" Mltavah: Susan,
da umter of .Mrs. Sara Lea Hordman.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman. 6
BETH KOOESH, 1101 SW 12th Ave.
'odern Traditional. Rabri Max Sha.
riro Cantor L-rn Segal. 6
BTTH TOV fi mole). 6438 SW 8h
- t, Conservative. Rabbi Charles
Rvbtl. Cantor .Seymour Hinkes. 8
i rldaj : m H >!>l,i Rune' will .....
on ih.- Rabbinical Assembly Con-
i u hlch ".. ii pia< a) (Iroai Ins
Hoti I In New York; followed b]
' Shabbai
I6XAEL .Tempi.) OF GREATER Mi
ami. 137 NE 19ti St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot. 10
Kridaj g -,., h-,,hl Roberl J Ork-'
nn i a sermon toiifi
Outimfst."
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
Friday, p.m. Saturday X:4."> .m..
Rabbi Bender's Bermon, Portion of
the Week.
OR OLOM (iemple> 87S8 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot
Winograd. Cantor Yehouda Binya-
min. 1t
Dally minynn. wcfkdayj* nt 6:4." n m.
ami evenlflfffl l.S minute* bafore Hun-
down; Bunday nt 8 a.m.. and .Satur-
day and holidays at 1:S0 a.m.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6r-h0 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi M. -Jrire
Klein. 14
Friday s:ir, p.m Mother's Day serv-
ices Queal speaker from Jewish Fed-
eration, wotqan'M dlvlalrn of Greater
Miami, will hpve as her topio, "Con-
tribution of Jewish Women Through-
out Mi,- Axes,"
"'> Being an
2ION (Temple). 8000 Miller Rd. Con.
servative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Helfma". 16
| Friday x p.m.. sermon (op|i>, "Where
I Thr.- Is a Will" iiai Mltrvah: Susan,
I daughter of Mis Marian Wyi.n. .-. I
I urday 9 r m sermon topic, Bedrah of
the Week.
MMttM
1 TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek is
TIOklH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi |
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion j
Kirschenbaum. 35
MIAMI BIACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever.
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 414a Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. i
Cantor David Conviser. 21 ,
Friday 8:15 p.m. "The Musi,- of Is-
rael s Rebirth," a special musical uerr-
l<*e lii honor of target's 25th annlver- I
sari Baturdaj 10:45 a m.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov- I
sky. 22
BETH YOSEPH OHAIM CONGREGA- ,
TION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION. '
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox. '
Rubh1 Oow Rorencwaig. 23
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CUBAN 8EPHARDIC HEBREW CON.'
GREGATI0N. 715 Washington Av.. '
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. Cantor Jo- '
soph Moore. 23 i
EMANU-EL (Temple). 170' Washing. ',
ton Ave. Conservative. Rbbi Irving :
Lehrmsn. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Tree!
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S, ,
Gross. 25
CONG. AN-NELL (Branch of Hebrew I
Academy). 7th St. and Meridian I
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Ben. !
H.11,1. 25.A
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Wishington Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Steri-
Cantor Meyer Engel. 2
Tatum Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Kle.n.
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OHsTV SHALOM. :.Sj Bonita Dr. Or
khodox. Rabbi f'-neai Weberman
Cantor Leo Radii 3C
SEPHARD10 JtWIC -I CENTER. 64f
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
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CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542
44 Washington Ave. Sabbi Avrob-n^
Gronjr. S?
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79ih Street Cause-
way, North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive. Cantor Murray Yavneh. 32-A
AGUOAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARC
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St.. Mi
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor
decai Chaimovits.
wo* mmmTmaci
d Mrs. Fred Diamond.
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 102t
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Can
tor Feuvan Eckhaus. &:
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Mijmi Beaol
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Mnx Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob B. Mendclson 3'
KNESETH
Orthodox. Rabbi David
Cantor Abraham Seif
8RAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. i
Lenrfield
?.7
MENORAH CTemptei. 620 TStti St
Coneervative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nlr.o F-ldman. 26
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday :. n m. Bar
Mltavah: .lark, son of Mr. and \li-s-
Ffnward fioiub.
m5t'eZ&?SS!Z.mmkJ8ff P|WiN BRlbV8M.ArfL- VL! St Orthod.g.1
Paul j.| R.tbi Merdecai Shapiro. 18>NER TAMID (Tempts,. 80th St. and
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 140' NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Victor D.
Zwolling. Canter Ii Lerner. 36
SINAI (Temple), cl NORTH DAPE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Re'orm. H i|
Ralnh P. Kingsiey. Cantor
ShuTkes.
Frldoj 8:13 ,. m H .....I iy in
Bar Mltavuh s j 1. i,: ,
SKV LAKE SYNa'gCGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah *
Caplan. 3f
YUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml
mXL, V, NE U1st S- Orthodcx
Rabbi Zalman Kossow&xy. 35
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COffAl GABLf,
JUDEA (Temple;. 550C Granada Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. 4f
Friday 8:16 p.m sermon topic "It
u-; no Dream Saturday 11 15 Vi
Bat MlUvah: Karin. daughter of Mr
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell A.
Berger. Cantor P. Hillel Brummer.
41
SURfSIDt
MOGAN DAVID CO^:GREGATION,
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. it
fORT lAUDtKDALt
BETH ISRAEL ( temple 1. 710C W.
Oakland Pork tlvd Rabbi Akiva.
Brilliant. Car'Or Va1 'ce Niu. 42
e
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakla-id Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
POMPAN0 BEACH
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 610
NW 9th St.
SHOLOM .Temple). 13? SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skcp.
Cantor YaaoOV Renzer.
HAUANDAU
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTE*
(Conservative). 416 NE 8th Ave.
Haob' Hftrry E. Schwartz, Canto*
Jacob Danziaer.
HOLLYWOOD
BEJ.H EL Cr"nP>- 1351 S. 14th Ave.
fsrm. Ribbl Samuel Jaffe. 49
I' l> "i Dr. Jaffe u
. ," The Qui lion of Amneaty." fol-
- < j Shablml hosteil bv Mr
'' 1 mrd rii. e, Saturday li
ih: Rol en n. mi a
and Mi a, Bi mard Price,
r'T,TH SHAl-OM *T>mple). 4601 Ar-
! '" s Coneervative. Rablii Morten
'5ky Cantor Irving Gold. 44T
' I (Ti n Johnson S
Rabbi David ohapiro
Canter Yehuda Heiibraun. 4>
Tf|Pi-K BETH AHM. Conservative
^.S'a.'. 6-nd *venua. Hollywood.
Rfbbi Salomon Benerroch.
TiUer-dE eJ.LEL ,Libe,-') '<
ail Z s'reel' Hollywood. Rabbi
Robert Frazlr.
MIRAMAK
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 35th St.
Cantor Abraham Koster. 4*


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LONDON Britain is having a rough time, but a too brief
visit here makes me guess that Edward Heath is edging it into
the future with a new identity.
Harold Wilton also thought he was leading Rntain into the
future, but one in which Britain would lift itself austerely by
its cwn bootstraps in disdain of Hie Common Market Heath has
ahowii .<;rit in industrial relations, has manage! his budget
Shrewdly and h3; convinced most people that his bargain with
the Common Market will pay off.
True, he hasn't latched on to the Willy Brand! ;vlic:s of
detents with the F.vt. as Wilson would do if he returned as
witness his recent trip to Prague, carrying the news that the
Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia is a forgotten thine of the past,
But there are stll too few trade prizes with Eastern Europe. And
it is now clear that Heath's gamble on Europe was the right one.
and Wil.on's against iton the theory th.-it the labor P Pt}
could woo and win the disaffected anti-European Tory vote-
was the ruinously wrong gamble.

IT WOULD RF HARD to find a less charismatic figure ^
prime minister than Heath. He has a stolid TV face, and is pedes-
trian in his talk. Born of working-class he studied music at
Oxford, diil his stinl in the army, eol ii; > :'" House of Cimmons,
served as assistant whip for the Tories, had the good luck t > he
i : Market, was savaged by De Gtulle's perverse political b
. l it made His reputation.
His quality is a dogged persistei ce in the face of odds. When
De Ga tile \ <>.>d British entry, evcryi n said Heath ihed,
IjuI his pet i tence has can ied him I too.
i! ha no political sex appeal and is ...... A the
i ondon i *< ning pa] rs he has to find ot! children than hi
for phol When he fir?1 tried f r pi i. minister, everybody
said he had no per cnality and hi person-
. lity i v < sini bul il seem i to \ ork. /
Harking back to his early music the con-
ductor's baton v ith the London Symphony Orchestra. By sheer
lev I: tence I e hi s b rcome one of th
n he on th" track of somethii h is single-minded in its
pur nit. One of my friends here put it over generouslj when he
.poke of his "Cromwellian mind," but I < what he meant, for
I mwell knew how to put first things fi
UNLIKE AMERICAN PRESIDENTS, he ha= no Kis-
no Brain Trust, no inner Palace Guard. A Labor goi i i
men! usually has the advantage of be.ng able to draw on a pool
if intellectuals who are good with >r: writ! n or spoken. Bui
Heath has built up a creditable group around h!m WilUam
Whitelav, as secretary of Mate for Northern Ireland; R fberl Carr,
Bcretary of state for the Home Department; Lord Carrington,
tary of state for defense; sir Ale< Douglas-Home in the F >r-
. ign Office- Anthony Barber, chanceUor of the Exchequ.
Walker ill Trade and Industry; .lames Prior, leader of the House.
Thev have their bumbling moments, but are not th- usual cari-
cature of a Tory bumbling group. What it mean- is thai I I
Tones have surmounted the historic brain-drain in the universi-
ties to Hie Labor Patty.
Heath started with an almost theological fervor for making
the market economy work by purclj market incentives, but he
has moved away to a more practical price-and-incomes policy
budget that include, 8 turnover tax but stresses easi. t taxes .or
the lower incomes, and a deliberate pitch to ease the economic
lives of 'he elde-iy His Northern Ireland policy has been neither
success nor failure, which is pretty good in its tragic context The
be.-t that can be Kid on employment is thai it has passed lte low
point of a million jobless, and on inflation that it has passed its
high point and is wone in Germany and Holland.
it is on the strike- that the Heath mage can claim its first
,eal victon PW1 l are fed up with .hem. and even the unions,
w, icn r fuse to ragU. r under the new ***?^*
,,., having second thoughts. This may explain win. in he b.
Actions. Labor ha. shown decreased ^taJ2j?^
seat, A I'ory worker-vote may emerge in the new election* proo
abh in the new general elections in the summer or fall of 19.4.
BuU HeiS turned, it will be chiefly because at t,me when
Britain had lost it old imperial and commonwea.t identitj. he
gave it a new one as part of the European community.
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"fallacious" and a "slick Madison
Avenue wckMp" flddyi- that it
exceeds 'the limits of credibility."
"But then again, perhaps it
really isn't quite so surprising,"
said Rabbi Ringljr. "After all,
What kind of person cuild be
possessed of the naive idea that
someone else who is psychologi-
st ly disturbed or socially alien-
ated need simply believe' in or-
der to be cured?"
Rabbi Ringler charged that
members of Jesus movements
that seek to proselytize among
li w 'more often that not .
people who are themselves nen-
roticallv dependent on each other
and who, in turn, feed upon the
nerds' ami illnesses of others."
In the Hiilel director's view.
Such Impulses are not only in
th -mselves disturbing, but they
are potentially damaging to peo-
ple suffering from serious psy-
cho! tgical and social illness."
"I happen to personally know
.<- '-il such people," wrote Rabbi
1!!)..!! to the Hurricane, "who
after being 'saved' experienced
ii s quc it psychic unbalance
i resulted in serii us mental
>....,':. v ns."
The letter charged that "it is
a blatant mil rut h to say, 'Jew-
ish students are turning on to
Christ,' that is, unless what lL
meant is a pot party to the music ,
of J. C*. Superstar. If anything,
(lie hard facts confirm a signifi-
cant resurgence of ethnic pride
and religious tomin-.inent to Jew-
Ishaess in all of its authentic j
manifestations. Under no crcum-1
stances can Jewish identity be
construed in terms of an alle;.
,----..,..t which is. by definiti
self-contradictory. An aposUl
,.v.w ioa.,es Iteiug Jewish."
The Hurricane ad was sp.
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North Miami Beach. Sar Shak
is the Prince of Peace referent
to the Prophet Isaiah, whli
Christians construe as an f
Testament prophecy of the CO
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Friday, May 11. 1S73
Publix Celebrates
43rd Anniversary
Last wfeWflfBld friend of many
Florida grocery shoppers cele-
brated a birthday. The friend it
Publix, a Florida-based chain ol
super markets; May 3rd marked
its 43rd Anniversary.
When George Jenkins opened
his first market in Winter Haven
in 1930, grocery shopping was still
in the cracker barrel, sawdust on
the-floor stage. He knew from deal-
ing with folks day to day that most
of them considered shopping a
chore, and he vowed. 'Publix will
be the leader in anticipating cus-
tomers" needs and desires. We wil.
make shopping a pleasure."
Today's Pubiix Super .Markets
management has expanded on the
original goal of Mr. Jenkins, and
Publix has received nationwide ac-
claim as an innovator in customer
service.
Some of these innovations in-
clude the offering of delicatessen
items in a separate department,
almost a throw-back to an earlier
day, but with a definite modern
touch. Now complete individual
meals can be purchased in many
Publix markets. And the delis
offer a wide array of specialty
meats, cheese, desserts, salads and
other ready-to-eat items.
Again reverting to an earlier
customer-service concept, Publix
includes a Danish bakery in many
of their new markets. Often if
space is limited in the market, a
Danish bakery will be nearby in
the same shopping complex.
Most of the baked goods at
Publix Danish Bakeries are fresh-
baked entirely on the premises.
Other items are prepared, then
flash-frozen at a central bakery,
to be baked at the retail store.
Computerization has even found
its place in customer service. In-
ventories can be checked more
quickly and accurately than be-
fore. And in a day and time when
customers are becoming more con-
scious of nutrition, value and re-
tail practices, Publix has respond-
ed with unit pricing on most
items in each super market.
An innovative Shopper Informa-
tion Program is being launched i
during the first part of Publix'
44th year. This program will in-
clude pamphlets on various phases
of grocery shopping and food
preparation geared toward making
the consumer a better shopper.
Publix now operates a truck
fleet of over 118 vehicles that
'ieliver goods from two complete
/arehouse operations in the state
o the individual markets. Lake-
and and Miami Divisions are each
varehouse centers.
Publix management has always
believed that in order to offer
.ustomers a store where shopping
s a pleasure, the employees must
feel that working is a pleasure.
\ promote-from-within philosophy
las helped Publix attract and keep
lersonnel who take personal pride
n their individual jobs, as well
s they should. They own much
>f the company due to a generous
rofit-sharing system and attractive
ension fund. Eleven shopping
enters in Florida are owned by
he Publix employee retirement
und, with income from the centers
^oing directly to the fund.
The promote-from-within con-
cept isn't limited to the individual
tfore level, either. All officers in
top management have come up
from the ranks to their present
positions. This is further inspira
tion to younger members of the
Publix family.
n s been a big 43 years for
Publix. What started in 1930 as
one Winter Haven grocery store,
has become a super market chain
of over 180 stores serving virtually
all of Florida.
Seminar To Probe
Use Of Exercise
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Can exercise help patients with
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A post graduate seminar co-
sponsored by Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital and the University of
Miami School of Medicine May 18
19 will probe the use of exercise
as a diagnostic and treatment tool
in cardiovascular disease. Seminar
director Dr. Arthur L. Kaufman,
of Cedars' cardiology department,
has announced
Dr. Samuel M. Fox of George
Washington University, Washing-
ton, D.C., and Dr. Herman K. Hel
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Cleveland, will discuss "Treadmill
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Capacity," "Demonstration of
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niversary of statehood in the na-
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Hatzmaut, Israel's fn Day. Sponsored by the American
Zionist Federation, the Salute to
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The New American Jewish So-
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anniversary at a dinner to be held
in the Hibiscus Auditorium Satur-
day, starting at 9 p.m. The eve-
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R. Offenbach will serve as master
of ceremonies. Max Pulver is presi-
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Israel featured Sen. Edward J.
Gurney as keynoter.
Sen. Gurney announced his con-
tinuing support of the Jackson
Amendment on Soviet Jewry and
for a>pfi}ying Israel with whatever
jet aircraft are necessary for her
survival.
Other speakers included Dr. Irv-
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of the Synagogue Council of
America; Mrs. Milton Green, na-
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A series of resolutions adopted
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for aid for Syrian and Iraqi Jew*
for Soviet Jewry' and for Israel
and called on the United State*
to act to help end one-sided con-
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Friday. May 11. 1973
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPOtl
/Israel Ignoring Its Real Emergency
THE RED LIGHTS have be.sun to flash and the
warning bells to ring with respect to a critical
pn.blem farina Israel one which has nothing to
lo with Arab* or military security.
I is the problem of the country's
lation-il water resources.
Little Israel has only one river
o speak of. the Jordan, and only
me body of fresh water, the Sea
if Galilee, which serves as a na-
ional reservoir.
Due to population growth, agri-
uU'.nal expansion and industrial
de.elopment the consumption of water has been
rising at a steady rate, and will soon approach the
quantity of water which nature places at the coun-
try's disposal. When consumption exceeds that point.
it neans simply that when a faucet is turned, noth-
ing will come out.
How far off is that critical state, The experts
saj that at the present rate of consumption, and
allowing for normal rainfall, we shall reach the
critical point in 1981. Given a few drought years,
we should reach it in 1978. This year average rain-
fall has been much less than normal. At a time of
year when the Sea of Galilee should have been over-
As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT SEGAI
'Scoop's' Chances Good
vr
BJl.M.W RIGHls MAKE UP A V. HOLE, in time and
space," Nob.'l Prize winner Ren Cassin ot Fn
rted recently. "The righ to leave and return to one's
m country, perhaps more than any other
hi ri ;ht basi< unity
of mankind"
Senator Scoop" Jackson's iron-will
5.S.B
jov s to nvgrate freely or else lo e
.... puts 1
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thi lo Article 13
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Jack on '
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do and dignitj I i thou ar
ii ire been i o tar I their
Ii < e Russia i am prov : thai \
help th( m obtain Ih ir frei dam."
And as the proj .; I visit to
Leonid I. Brezhnev, the So\ iet < Parl
r- ncrea i; mlin is having second i
thoughts about the har h exit < Some J< is who a] '
I ... as many month' .-. are now gtttii > u
laave; and Victor I ..mis. the Russian journalist who often
ti ial baloon b and
id, has recently asserted tl Sovicl authorities may
eed ditch the notorious education lax dreamed up i
a Kremlin nightmare last August.
Jf the ranks of ei to swell :
dJenged exodus will owe a part of its til .. te triumph
the determination of "Scoop" Jackson and the iu port
a American lawmakers who cherish freedom tor others
a* well as for Ihcm.selu s.
flowing it.- hanks, the water level dropped six feet
so that enormous land areas, previously under
water, lay dry ami exposed. What will happen when
the hot, dry summer conies'
For the first time the authorities have begun
to think in terms of water rationing. Inevitably
this must affect the country's food production, its
ability lo absorb immigration, and its industrial
production for export.
There are ways ol postponing the day of reck-
oning. One is to institute a great national water
saving program. Another is to reutilize waste waters.
The World Bank has already granted a S30 million
loan for sewage reclamation plants, but the job
Book Review
SEYMOUR B. LHBMAN
A Jesuit's Mews
On The Tanach
THE THRESHING FLOOR by John F. X. Sheehan.
8. J is a Catholic's view of the Pentateuch and
other Hebrew hooks. A -spirit of liberal and Intel-
______ 'igbb Catholicism pervades thr
book. It i- in the spirit of a Pope
John XXIII and a Cardinal Bea.
It is a spirit lhat Bill) Graham
should emulate.
Father Sheehan, who teaches at
Marquefte University write this
hook to hela his students un ic
stand the Bible, ill- comments
!e from t> idus a id D uueron-
my to the B ioI s ol Sa nuel, Ruth, Jev Uh i
i ia lii c and di
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In m Judai ib-
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J 'v.- had lo
mix her pious Jews and "this did
net r 'sul from any racism, It 0| pre-
serving the puril i Jet i h n ligi ius i ntity." He
05ks il tauld have su I a better method,
in this day of ecumenl | with the output
of Look.-, b> ei Ii shti ned ( hristian theolo and
historians provii ly I : I rrors in t!
" gwpels, and thai the arti Ji wish ref
e ''- in re pol tically motivated to app 'a e
I1 R m tn it i- di iMyin to see William G
A Book of Jesus (Doubleday & Co., $4 ub
lished. ii lab i .1 as a source for anti-Semitism
put it mil lly. Ii is a hook that should be con-
demned from all :hri?tian pulpits by th.,. i i be-
lieve in truth and the brotherhood of man and irho
condemn the deictde charge leveled against Jewry
that has to be done will cost Israel $120 million.
The only real solution, it appears, is to hasten
the day when desalination processes may transform
the sea into potable water, at low cost.
A few Jeremiahs arc flashing those lights and
ringing those bells, but the reaction, both in govern-
ment and on the part of the public is almost apa-
thetic. Someone is needed to cry out "Gevalt" in a
piercing voice. Here is a danger which is great?r
than lhat posed by the Arabs.
How can Israel go on calmly with business as
usual, spending large sums of money for show
build'ngs. far cultural niceties and for educational
exercises which are remote from the immediate
needs of the country'.' Why are large amounts of
public funds budgeted for such subjects as study
of medieval history or Sanskrit literature or even
philosophy or law, as well as for the expenses of
po'.itical parties (from the government treasury).
at a time when all available money should be con-
centrated on the technological efforts to conquer
nature, desalt the sea, and assure our survival.
One Jonathan Hantke. is a letter to the editor
of "HaaretZ." expresses amazement at the apathy.
We are calmly committing national suicide, he cries.
Obviously, the Arabs need not be in any hurry.
They have only to wait until the day, not too many
years hence, when we turn that tap and nothing
comes out but air.
Parw.nw
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
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lart. It is written, "v :
'u.i.g them. Go.l
pone's prayer but effective praying i quir a
. an oi a quorum of 10.
Th minyan is a social exercise. In a minyan all peo-
ple are equal. The rabbi, the millionaire, counts no more
the peddler. There must be 10 men. Status i of no
unt. There is the storj of the Hassidic rabbi who had
' ':i minyan to pray for the health of a man who
. ared to be dying,
you know," said one Jew to the rabbi "that
'Pie of thai minyan are known to be thi,-.
">"saWthe rabbi, "when we are praying in such
>c as this to open (he doors of mercy, we need
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Page ISA
m Shula (right), head coach of the Miami Dolphins, re-
lives the 1973 Honor Award of National Jewish Hospital,
fc^ Dade County Mayor John B. Orr Jr., at a benefit for
le respiratory diseasa center held at the Fontainsbleau
joiel April 30. Mr. Shula was honored for his outstanding
ftrvice in civic and charitable work.
olphins Coach Feted
At Hospital Benefit
Kissinger
Airs Soviet
Jewish IsKiie
Contimied from Pase 1-A
wi'l make a special eriort to raise
this issue."
John V, Lindsay on May .'? wont
on an official seven-day visit lo
the Soviet Union at the invitation
of Mayor Vladimir Promyslov of
Mosc. .v and Hie Moscow City Coun-
cil. Lindsay was accompanied on
his trip by Seymour (iraul).ird. na-
tion: 1 president of the B'nai
B'rith Ant: Defamation League.
'I he announcement of the trip
by City Hall stated that Lindsay
would take up the issue of Soviet
Jewrj with Soviet officials and
private citizens, including mom-
bers of the Jewish community"
while he is in Russia. The an-
nouncement said the mayor would
also participate in discussions of
public administration a;id common
urban problems in Moscow and'
Leningrad.
Graubard said ho was invited
to go alon;; because he is active I
in the cause of Soviet Jewry and
interested in problems of urban
affairs. Graubard was one of the |
Jewish leaders who met with |
Promyslov when he was in New i
York last February and was in- j
vited by him to visit the Soviet i
capital.
Morris Lapidus Paintings
On Display At Federation
iami Dolphins' coach Don
:1a received the 1973 Honor
ard of National Jewish Hos-
April 30 at a testimonial
er in the Fontaineb.eau
1.
esenting the award on behalf
the Denver-based respiratory
a-e center was John B. Orr,
Mayor of Dado County. Mr
^Ki!:i v.as honored for his out-
Hn ding service in civic and
ftr. tabl work
Blorc than 30 guests attended
H SlOO-a-plate benefit which
Hed the nonseclarian hospital's
Hatmenl. research and training
grams. Wi.liam S. Ruben, pres-
Hnt of Jordan Marsh, Florida.
Hs chairman of the event. Durinu
H dinner, David Shore, ol
Bjor's Jewelers, presented a
Hi for the proceeds to the hos-
pifci incentive vice president,
^^Hiiu.'.i
Khe evening's toastmaster, Leon-
H Coleman, of Flair of Miami,
Blaincd to the guests that the
^pital's programs serve as an
Hension of medical facilities in
Fid
The Hospital provides a vita!
servi i lu l- ,< ,:-ii! i residents in
three important w.iys," he said.
"."It i; treating patients with
! problem cases of asthma, tuber-
j; culo.is and imniunoiogic diseases
HK patients who arc treatmenl
failuiv-s in our local hospitals It
^-teaching doctors the most ad
vanced methods of treatmenl In
he fields of allergy and tubercu-
'osis management. And it is con
ducting research into cures and
ontrOiS for these diseases."
I
Featured on the program was
| Sister Mary Romuald. a Roman
Catholic nun from Windsor, Conn.,
, who gave a moving account of liti
' own bout with severe asthma and
1 her successful treatment at Na-
ional Jewish Hospital.
Prior to her admission to the
' hospital in September. 1956. Sister
Mary's asthmatic condition had
, reached a critical stage. To pre
vent her health from declining,
her physicians had advised her not j
to work full time.
Doctors at National Jewish Hos-
i
pital succeeded after two years in :
; bringing her asthma under con-
trol, enabling her to return home
and embark on a new career in
medical social work.
National Jewish Hospital, found-
' ed in 1899. has provided more
, than 40,000 days of care to pa-
ttents from Florida, regardless of j
their race, faith or income level
Activities Center
Seeks 90-Year-Olds
i
The Sooth Beach Activities Cen i
ler 25 Washington Ave.. Miami
Beach, i* planning a birthday party i
for anyone 90 years old or older,
Thursday. May 7. at 1 p.m. as
cart of Senior Citizen Month.
Th" center is looking for any
one 90 or over. Anyone who quail [
fies will ijet a free h'rth-lay cake |
The oldest neighborhood resident
icicatci so far is a 104 year old
gcntl.'mai.
The center is jointly sponsored
by the YVI-YWHA of Greater Mi
ami and the Greater Miami .lewis!'
Federation..
Morris Lapidus. internationally
acclaimed architect, has loaned
several of his paintings, including
the famous "Twelve Faces of
Israel" series to the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. The works of
art, which arc on indefinite loan
I to Federation. 4200 Biscay ne
, Blvd.. may be viewed by the public
i daily Monday through Friday from
I 3 to 5 p.m.
The paintings, all of which were
'executed by Mr. Lapidus, depict
various Jewish themes, from the
iniversality of mourning ("Kad-
dish") and th- Wandering Jew"
to traditional Biblical themes:
j "The Burning Hush". "Thou Shalt
Not". (Moses and the Ten Com-
mandments) and the more stylized
1 pen and ink of "Moses" and an
ilmost surreal Interpretation of
; 'The Blessing Hands."
1 Mr. Lapidus is perhaps best
known for his architectural de-
signs, which include the Americana
llotels in Miami Beach. New York
City and San Juan, Puerto Rico
ind the Fontainebleau Hotel on
Miami Beach. Office buildings,
'mspitals. theaters, schools and
omniunity buildings have al-o
.ome from his drawing board.
A member of the American in-
titutc of Architects. American
Institute of Interior Designers, the
American Artists Professional
League, Inc., and other profes-
ional organizations, Mr. Lapirlu*
, is the recipient of man) aw \g
for pubic and civil service
eluding an award from Fed i
for his work on behalf of the I
Combined Jewish Appeal (..,., -
paign), as well as for his ai
tectural a< hievements.
Because of his extensivi
lings in the Held of architecture,
hi has a special section in
archives of the Carnegie l :>.
a Syrax u University! He
.nit!.' r of a basic book on his ;
Cession called "Architecture: V.
Profession and a Business."
The artistic works of Mr. La
dus have been shown to the puM
in special one-man sh iws al
University of Miami Lowi
Gallery, the New York .Aid.
tural league (a show which
cosponsored by the American Fed-
eration of Art i and a show in
New York's prestigious Vei
Gallery; a show which featured
many of the paintings which havi
been loaned to Federation.
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/i.cmi, Florida Friday, May 11, 1973
Section B
Israel Bonds Launches
$ 75 Million Cash Drive
NEW YORK On the eve of
prime Minister Golda Meir'.s 750]
kirthday. which was observed
May 3, the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion initiated a special collection
produce $75 million in cash in
nor of the Israeli leader during
le months of May a:.;! June.
The cash drive was i ;urat d
tclej'hone conferences witii
ocal campaign collection
Ihahmen in more than CO
\ ss the country and Cana '
le cash n outiim
rd Goldfine )1 Phhade :im
\s mal chairman.
A warning that increased imiri
fc: ati 'n of skill d pn I < na
i:. technician; the Soviet
|,Tnion may be jeopardized unless I
ib opportunitie- i r them a'--'
I i was ci ntained in v cal le
torn Finance ?*:ir:i tcr Pincha:-
I
Sapir's n e sa re, uddrcss d
; :.n Rothberg, general ch :.
.. and to Mi
I the need for more ffi]
I money to finance ec inomii
projects to give employment tc
academically trained Russian Jew-
now arriving in Israel in cubstan
tial numbers.
The Finance Minister's cable.
transmitted on the i le] hone t
community : i le Mr
. s-id in pai
"New (conomic pr i b
iccelerated to provide a ii i
mploj mi nt for th isand
k.: ed Ku- iaii trrmhj s .::i\
i I i
antiallj m ire ca I foi h
coming from Israel Bonds in Maj
, I resuitii g I
iob opportunities n ardiz:
the influx of prol is and
technicians from the
' .lion."
Some 70.000 new immi
k i*ed to [(' Israel thi
year; it is estii
i '" \ 15.000 will c ti
Soviet tiussia.
Mr. Go Ifii ur | :.. Jewisl
o i n
Golda B thi i" iin
HBjMBMMMMBMMttBByy Jgtfr' aiw
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im Neamcn (left), boend chairman of the McCrcry Corp.
I'fceived the Sword cf Haganah Award from Philip Chasin,
director of the New York committee for State of Israel Bonds
f* recent dinner celebrating Neaman's 60th birthday in
ie Diplomat Hotel. Cited for brilliant leadership in business
id fcr service in the struggle for the establishment of Is-
Mr. Neaman, a nalive of Galilee, served with the Ha-
lah freedom fighters.

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Idly displaying the Citation of Honor presented to them
by the Israel Histadrut Campaign and the National Com-
mittee for Labor Israel are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Feinstein,
guests of honor at the communitywide Third Seder held
recently in the Fontainebleau Hotel. Principals in the cele-
bration, attended by more than 1,000 persons also included
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin, (left) and Mrs. Moe Levin, (right).
Mr. Rifkin was chairman of the Third Seder.
hnnnrlorl admiration for hr
courageous leadership through the
purchase of Israel Bonds to give
Israel the economic strength to
eaiize her hopes for peace and
rogress in freedom."
The Golda Meir birthday S7S
nillion effort is pan ot the cam
aign for the .-ale of S3(-0 mi lion
a 1973 .for continued economic
'.evelopment and for the ci
>f jobs for imm.....
-' iel Union and mrtries
Mr. Goldfine di
All persons sul ; to Israel
Bonds dui ing Mi y and
be -.;' i n ::!i opii I ii*n j
persona! birthdaj
ie transm:tt< d to I
Mini ter by th
Tom Cohen, chaii I '.he
cam
'.ii; n f r Greater Miam
- May and June
F! 'vould Sl.S
Zelda Thau 'center) receives the Stct'e cf Israel Scroll of
noi from Mrs. Debbie Wernick, representing the Wom-
en's Division of State of Israel Bonds md Larry Aberm
chairman of the Crystal House Israel Bond Committee. The
occasion was a "Night in Israel" c. >n April 9 at the
mi Beach high-rise condominium honoring Mr;. Thau
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Char>;-r and Florida region of Hadassah. Crystal House
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Labor Leaders Fete First
Delegation To Visit Israel
Top labor leaders in the Greater
Miami area were to gather at the
Fontaiiiebleau Hotel to give a gala
Mr.Sunsfiine
HERBERT "PINKY" SCHIffMAV
champagne sendoff io me first
Florida labor delegation to visit
Israel Thursday.
The group, headed by Herbert
'Pinky" Schiffman. president ol
Local 255 of the Hotel Employers
Union, is scheduled to leave foi
Tel Aviv Monday at the personal
invitation of Israeli Minister of
Labor Yosef Almogi. They will
spend eight days touring the coun-
try and meeting with government,
business, labor and military lead
ers to discuss plans for creating
jobs for the 70.000 immigrants
xpeeted in 1973.
Mr. Schiffman will be accom
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ing a wide variety of unions,
mostly from the Greater Miami
area but including several from
>ther parts of the state and out
side of Florida.
In asking Mr. Schiffman to form
.i labor delegation, Mr. AlntOgi
said: "Since you have been such
a devoted supporter of Israel's
conomic development through the ,
Israel Bond program, we would
like to Rave you come in May '
when the poople of Israel will be
celebrating the 23th anniversary
of independence."
Mr. Schiffman has long been
active in Jewish causes and.
through his effort veral million
dollars have been raised for Is
through the Israel Bond campaign.
In 1971. he received the Shield of
Israel Award, the highest hon ir j
the State of Israel can confer for
leadership and service on behali
of the Israeli economy.
Mr. Schiffman helped organize
tlii- hotel, restaurant employees
and bartenders union and has
served as preside!;I of Local 2
1 for over a decade, il. was recently '
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I for 22 years, he has been active
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and Barbara Isnn (left!
heme last Sunday
- for the Temple
. L.::.-i J State Saturday, May
at the temple. The dinner, which will
ior Judge Sam Silver, is sponsored by
Temple Judea and the Greater Miami Israel
Bond Organization. Attending the plan:
session were Judge Sliver, (center dii
tirman Owen freed and Rabbi Morris
A. Kipper, (right) spiritual leader of the
temple.
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ON TAXES MOVE IN NOW OR LATER. YOUR RELATIVES
CAN USE IT DURING THE SUMMER. YOU CAN STORE
CLOTHES ETC. THE YEAR ROUND. WE WILL RENT 20 UNITS
ON THIS BASIS. WHY NOT BE ONE OF THEM?
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Mayvin
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because Maxim starts with
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it's freeze-dried into big dark
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Temple Israel Sisterhood
Installation Sel \\ ednesdav
1 in ismbI evi il in the hi ti i \
Israel S | ii-
Serotta beinj
' m al a luncheon
m <': >- al li:30 a m. Wednesday
I' the ; i iple.
The daughter i ei '. Mrs Isaac- Levin, she is the
( si president elected who is the
(laughter of a former president.
Mrs. Levin, who served three
terms as president of the Sister-
rood during toe early years of the
temple, will be a guest at the
luncheon.
l)r jo-eph R. Narot, rabbi of
the temple, will conduct the in-
stallation ceremony, which will be
followed bj a program presented
! the Miami Beach Senior High
p~School chorus and popular music
nsemblc, under the direction of
. Sharon Pflueger. Mrs. Aaron
Holtsberg is program chairman
and Mrs. Barbara Kado is vice
r?si lent of t' i l in
. ns
Abo being --,-- died ere ic
prefidei ts Mrs. Jack Schii; nger,
Vdministratior' Mrs, William II
, '.ee, Advancement of Judaism:
Mrs. Samuel J. R ibin, Member
hip; and Mrs. Marti* L. Wasser
man. Religion and Education.
other officers include Mr.
Arnold I. Scher. corresponding
,i Cretan: Mrs. Harrj Bison, .*i--1
ant corresponding secretary; Mrs
Harry l.evinson. financial secre-
tary; Mrs. Burton S. Kahn. assist
jut financial secretary: Mrs
Arthur Alperstein. recording sec-
I'ctaiy: .Mrs. Victor B. Faine
treasurer, and Mrs. Kenneth D.
rtoscn. assistant treasurer. Mrs
lilies Werner is chairman of the
nominating committee: Mrs How-
ard v Novell i- immediate past
president.
T
Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary will held its
onnual "Volunteeis Award Luncheon" and
installation May 15 at the Miami Maric'.t
Hotel, 1201 NW Lsjeune Rd. The exec-live
committee, which met at the home cf Dr. and
Mrs. Fredrick Srhild to complete plans for
the event, includes, horn left (sealed) presi-
dent Mrs. Byrcn Spaiber, Mrs. Ted letter-
man, Mrs. Carolyn Hess, Mrs. Eugene Kcri-
rod, and Mrs. Morris Blau: (standing) Mrs.
Lawrence Adler Mrs. Schild, Mrs. Theodo-e
Slruhl, Mrs. Leonard Brodsky, president-
elect Mrs. Doran Zinner and Mrs. Ben Oren.
Temple Judea Class Receives Diplomas
fAF.S. IS'-AC UV..1
MRS. KAUKICB SEROTTA
REAL ESTATE
LICENSE LAW COURSE AT
BARRY COLLEGE
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS
Classes: Monday & Wednesday 7 to 9:30 P.M.
9 Classes 4'z Weeks
REGISTER ANY THURSDAY 1-4 P.M.
OR 6:30 P.M. BEFORE EACH CLASS
WIEGAND CENTER
ROOM 104
758-3392 EX. 277
Only 39 families will
be able to enjoy mis
prime Miami Beach
condominium for
as little as *31,KX>.
Fountain Towers. Prestigious location on
Indian Creek waterway-with luxury
to match. All-electric eat in kitchen,
private terrace, recreation suite. Best of all
nn rpr.reation lease, no land lease,
no management fees. Monthly maintenance
frornotily S39.00. Immediate occupancy.
Founwin touiRS
l\ 10 AM to 5 PM.
Q ,,ct,ons M on Ihe B.-ach. go north o. sou.h to 71st Street.
itim r.ght before gomg over lnd|anCreek
From M,am., go ..cross 79th Streel Causeway, make
,,;ildo of Indian Oeekbniige.
ITic Hel iduating
- of '72-'73 after completing
year required course of
,i In nori d an I receivi d
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Scl I staff and
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Have we got a lot of applesauce for you. Mott's famous regular Apple
Sauce for starters. Then we've cooked up Mott's Macintosh Apple Sauce
with the tang of hardripe "Macs". Mott's Golden Delicious Apple
Sauce has a mellow rich flavor all its own. Or spice your menu with Mott's
Cinnamon-Flavored Country Style Apple Sauce, a real palote-pleaser.
Mott's Natural Style Apple Sauce without sugar, is ideal for special diets
and natural food enthusiasts. No matter what your preference, count on
Mott's for haimasche satisfaction. Keep plenty on hand for family demand.
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Friday. May 11, 1973
Douglas Gardens Naming
Pavilion For Benefactor
In keeping with its tradition of
;" onlj the finest he
.arc is for the eld
Jewish Home for tl Vged of
Greater Miami has taken another
I forward with the open-
of the newly cf:npieted
Yaqle Pavilion" r-idence.
Funds for the modern 12-bed
.',-ni rously donated by
late M'j- Harr> A Yajtle and
wife, Tillie Thi contribution
as used to complel
the interior of th<
Hous inl i whal the Home's |
I Jack S. Popid;
f th m ist unique and t
citizei -
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Yagl ''
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Miami i fo1"
a had
served as Truck
G tors, and
. with the
porat tor.
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I we -hall be everlasti
A formal dedication and naming
I the Yagle Pavilion vli take
ace at the Home's forthcoming
h annual meeting this Fall.
When the residents move into
the two-story structure shortly.
they will be surrounded by the
ultimate in modern convenient"!?
I safety features to be fount1
in my
i ntrv.
The v Pavi ion was spc-
... in a relaxing
Spanish country house motif. From
he magnificent foyer entrance,
vhich :h arch wo den
icam ceiling, resi li nts cai either
ake a sti as* wit'1 safety gate
it the t^p. or an i i tor to the
. ur singli
md t ir di ible : ui ancy rooms,
sach individually de 'rated.
room is eo-
. 1:111 hi
olor and I to wall
i!e cat iperbly
cust .allpaper
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All l '
. ..: nin
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al vanity a
l!y styled b?drooi I '
ion, ea :h unit ha
' M
Eve:-. ible safety fea-
. led. Ail rooms are
. living i
ystems
lardei
in case help Is
time. Each bath >-
ful'j fitted with safety ha:
. .. | il :
car bi tl
even if lei n inside.
t c Harry A. and
S. Y .ion" wi'.l
at re, ado
cvmforl i
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will t
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Or Oloni Brotherhood
Mother** Day Brunch
The Brotherhood of Teinnle Or
Olom is holding its annual
Mother- Pay brunch Sunday at
9:30 a.m. in the t imple's socia'
hall.
Guest speaker will be Robert
Sandier, is oi late professor ol '
English at the Univi rsity of Miami j
ise topic will be -Jewish ;
Women in Literati- n
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-
r.ett Cheney of the Stanford
School of Medicine reported to
the National Gastroenterological
Assn. here.
Instead of drinking a q'uurl if
cabbage juice daily, the 100
ulcer patients he treat
lowed three tablMH>ons of the
concentrate. Yet their pain van-
and ulcer
craters in most c i
an : 13 to
abor
with the cabbage juice
>, pa-
they pi The Pur* (V. '. i
Concentrate is available in cap
sul? form at
Lyons Happy Hsa'th Foods
542 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, Fla.
For Further Information Call
672-4264
MAIL ORDERS FILLED
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Friday Night Dinners and
Golden challeh, freshly cut-doesn't the very
thought of it make you yearn for some? And
aiso for a cup of the coffee you like best!
Matchless Maxwell House, the favorite
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CONGRATULATIONS!
Graduation! It's
wonderful time -; ^eai when great ev< nts
happen. Ard the, eserve great gift idi
FOR THE GIRLS"
A very special g .-. :ja| occ:1
White polyi .-..-' flora tr re-
sizes 5 to 13, 25.00. Just fcr the ft c;
it, a white v nyl handbag with cole ful
wooden "fru | frami 4.50. or a clusti
grapes suspended en a suede-like cord. 1
A natural! The .....
lotion ai Is
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to 12,:
2:ess shirt, | press blend, lor -
shoit sleeve, solids, fancies, 8 to 20,
4.50 to 6.50. Polyester neckwear, 4.00 and 4 50.
Knit slacks, polyester, white, navy, burgundy,
jr. 8 to 12, 12.00; prep 27 to 30, 14.00.
Deluxe AM/FM digital clock radio, 29.95.
JUNIOR DRESSES/YOUNG WORLD/SOUND CENTER,
at all jm stores

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Friday, Mcy 11 1973
RANDY KAISER
Randy Scott Kaiser, son of Mrs.
lerta Kaiser and Joel Kaiser,
will become Bar Mitzvah Thursday
i.. irning. May 10, at Temple
Emanu-El.
Rand} attends the afternoon
religious school ot Temple Emanu-
El aid L? a seventh grade student
Trea. i?e Island Elementary
School. He 's on the basketball
team fcuJ lias placed 3rd in the .>()
yard dash. Jr. Olympics.
The celebrant will be honored
With a reception at the Jockey
Club. His grandparents, Mr. find
Mrs. George Sugerman and Mr.
and Mrs. 11 ai. Kaiser, will at-
tend the event.
SUSAN WYNNE
Susan Kaj Wynne, daughter of
Mrs. Marian Wynne and the late
- leldon Wynne. 9240 SW 53th
Terr., will become Bat Mitzvah
Friday. Maj I, it 8 p.m. at
iple Zion.
Susan i- a scv< Hi gn le stu-
. Juni >r Hij h
I, when Honor
She pla; I net in
nd
Mi
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MICHAEL MM
Jud I Mr. and
hael Levi. B; t
i n S Ma> 12, at
iel i i Vliami.
rade stu
Junior
S hool where he plays the
i impet in the school orchestra
Hi a m< miv r ol Habonim.
A garden buffet supper will be
i n Michael at his home that
, veiling Out ot tov n guests "ill
cludi his grandmother, Molly

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GORDON SCHNAP
(,. rdon, son of Mr. and Mrs.
l) Schnap ol 670 NE 176th
will I), called to the Torah
Temple Bi ';i To\ Saturday
.: ng, May 12
The celebrant, an honor student.
graduated from North Miami
ach Prep School at the age of
Mr and Mrs. Schnap will host
Idush on Saturday at the
conclusion oi the Bar Mitzvah
ice.
SUSAN BORDMAN
laughl i '.f Mr. and Mrs.
seventh
School.
in the
League
Lee '' rdman, 2(i> Shore Drive
East, vi! observe her Bat Mitzvah
.i Beth Dai id C ingregatioh Satur-
day morn ng, May 12.
The celebrant is in the seventh
grade at the Hebrew Academy and
attends Beth David Religious
School.
Susan will be honored at a re-
ception to be held a! Beth David
Spec-tor Hall. Among guests will
be her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. D. Merlin of Miami, and I.
Bordman of Kansas City.
.
ROBERT PRICE
Rob( it Bruce, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Price will observe
his Bar Mitzvah Saturday. May 12.
durinj 11 a.m. services at Temple
Beth El.
The celebrant is in the
grade ai Lanier Middle
where he participates
Roland International Ponj
Team
Mi, r u'rs. Price will spons r
Ihe One Shabbat an I the floweus
at the K mple on Fridav evening
1 ;.-lll i] nal gri nd
n., and
. ind
is al
I -Co 'i M
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h r i lc ,;
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n the fifth
.;. th Torah's Harold
ioI He plays
io basketball with the (
Optimisl League.
Parents ol the Bar Mitzvah will
host the Kid.lush following the
ceremon;. Attendin | I u celebra-
te ; rnal grand-
parent*-, M and Mrs. Morris
Ruche of Philadelphia.
ANDREW LOURSHON
\r\ i Howard, son of Mr and
Mrs. Charles Courshon, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Maj .
12, in Ti n pie Emanu-EI.
Andrew is a student of the
afternoon Religious School of
Temple Emanu-EI and a seventh
grader al Nautilus Junior High
iol.
The celebrant will be honored
with a luncheon at the Doral
Hotel. His grandparents, Mrs.
Blitt and Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
hon. a ill attend the event.
ft
JASON SOLOMON
Jason Merrick, son of Mr. and
jlms Opening Fritlav
Films opening Friday at Wo*
metco Theatres include "Cesar and
Rosalie" at the Carlyle an l May-
fair; -The Nelson Affair" ai the lable I and the SI >res __
Andrew Courshon Susan Wynne
Mrs. Howard Solomon, will be
conic Bar Mitzvah at the 6 p.m.
service at Temple Emanu-EI
Saturday. May 12.
i
Jason is a seventh grade student .
at Carver Junior High Scliool.
The celebrant win be honon
with a reception at home. His
, nt, Mr Jutia Lei-
itz, Mr, and Mrs. Robert
Lefkoxvilz ind Mr:, Ann Solomon,
nil] attend the event.
lLAN COIiN
Ala son ol Mr. and Mrs.
,. ohn, '
... turd, y, May 12, at
I
. i. is a stud :: fter-
id .. se\< nth gi a lc Hi i
N i n Miami
.-.(hool. where he is
lisl Alan is al
i ii : ol Ihe North Miann
Community School Chess Club.
Mr. and Mrs, Cohn will honor
their son at a reception tor family
and friends following the services.
Among guests will be Alan's
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Keller and Mr. and Mrs. David
Cohn.
HICHUH?S
NORTH CAROLINA
camp
hiqhlandeR
A residential camp for boys t
and girls ages 7-1 5 in 5-4-9
week sessions, June 16-
Aug. 18. Located a 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.
I.
Mr. Mario D. Pena, Pine Crest
School, 1501 N.E. 62nd St., Ft.
iauderdale, Flo. 33308 Phone:
772-6550
anil "' f.> at Hh HimmIi
Disnej B (kmg ', Run"
,nd lecond I tura, "1,000,000
iu i will ;" on '.. al Twin
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Rabbi S^hliiisky
Installs Slate
For Sisterhood
The Sisterhood of Temple Adath
Yeshurun will hold iis annual
donor luncheon and installation of
officer* Wednesday iiuon. al the
Carillon Hotel.
Rabbi Milton Sehlinsky will in- .
, stall the following:
Mrs. Hcrbeit Chernov, pies
ident: Mrs. Howard Marks, Mrs
Louis Hantman and Mrs, Paul
Shweky, vice presidents; Mrs.
Sammy Ray, and Mrs. Krwin Ber-
man. secretaries, and Mrs. Michael
Pastor, parliamentarian.
Mother's Day Fete
Pioneer Women i lub Kg. 1 will
i
celebral Mother'-; n-iv on Thurs-
day, ->i iv 17 al 1 p.m.. .it the
Washington F al, 12:54 Wash
ington Ave. A musical program
will be presented. Refreshments
will h? served. Gertrude Sohn,
president, will conduct the meet
1 ne.
SOUTH DADE
HEBREW ACADEMY
8500 S.W. 8TH STREET, MIAMI
ANNOUNCES REGISTRATION FOR FALL TERM
GRADES 1 THRU 6
Beneficiary Agency of Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Finest Secular Judaic Education
Transportation and Hot Meat Lunches Provided
Swimming Program in Olympic Size Pool
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tetters to the editor
EDITOR, The lewlsh Florldlan:
Olle (
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Semitic
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their i i : i
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regula Ij
whom a
torte i i
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vlrami Herald re-
nack clearij ul anti-
Special refer
the articles of
Nikolas vo Hoff-
[erald I itures
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Let there be no mistake these
coluinni its u prom iti rs ol the
n v. which is now
so prevalent In live' cir-
cles, li to provi
to thi i that there
is no d ..i anti
litism and I onism, since
. :. nne :. id th sai i Anti-
ism a
ion foi nch
is l> -ing promoted b> tli
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVEN IH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
.".CRATE D'ViS'ON
PROBATE NO. 73-2388 I Dowlinp)
:ecal no net
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONST RuC'-IVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClrtCL T
IN .'NO *OR
PADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL AC
PETITION FOR ADOPTION AND
CHANCE 01 .-
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new anti-! i that *' .;' en
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WHAT DO YOU
KNOW ABOUT
A forty week quiz, marking the ?5th anniversary
celebration ct the bi.-lh of Israel, has been prs-
parod for this and other member papers ol the
American Jewish Press Association by the Depart"
ment of Education and Cjihire ol Ihe American
Section of ihe World Zionist Organization.
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Friday, May 11, 1973
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FLORIDA; CONDOMINIUM RK- MARIE REED.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKI1EKV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names of
CONDOMINIUM RESALE RI'REAU
OF FLORIDA; L _
SAI-E CORP. OF FLORIDA. CONDO-
MINIUM CONSTRUCTION CORP. OF
FLORIDA at P.O. Box Ml I'leta
Branch. Miami. Fla. :i3lf.4 Intend! I"
register said names with the I lerK
of the Circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida.
MARK P. SHAN rZIS
6 I 11.18-85
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NONCE

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4919 J. GWYNN PARKER
RE: Batata of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-2470
In RK: Estate of
STANLEY K MORTON
^"-n'oTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All P' rsoi Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsi BaM
You are hereby notified and
present nn} claims and
S: i
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Etstate
You art hereby notified and required
i., present any claims and demand!
Which you may hay,' against the es-
tate of MARIE REED deceased lati
of Dade County, Florida lo the Clr-
cult Judges of Dade County, and file
Hi.- sirnie in duplicate and as pro-
yided in Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, In their offli es In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
ili. name will be barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, this m day
u| Api II, A 11 1973
AH" i i Reed Jr
As Administrator
Flrsi publication of this
the 2n day of April, 1973
IEKRY A BURNS
iii,,. on
nnir.-il to present Hnj claims iinu --
mands which you may h ;! Vtl .n
ii,, estate of ST \.\
i eased late of Dad. C untv
I circuit Judges I ountj
K MllR Pi IN '.' si
Florida, X'lain I
Flagler Strei
irlda 33130
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this
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and file the same In rtu ,2!
provided In Be. ..... Florida
Statutes, In tl eh nfl ';:,"' "
ty Courthousi F|,,rJ
Ida within
time of the first publication hi re-
,,f or the sain.- ill be barn n
Dated at All '-''
ua, ,f April. A P 1973.
ELLIS J MORTON
A- Eixecul '
pirsl publication of this notice on
ihf 'T das of April,
FAUNCE. FINK & FORMAN
no for the Executor and tni
Estate
i 'ongress Pudding
Miami Fla 33182 ( ^ f
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
-LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-8553
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
ADELINA S" iCORRl I
RAYMUNDO SOCORRO
T RAYMl'NDO SOCl >RRO
a 383 Altos .nir>- I.U7. y
Bellanlsta, Reparto Lamton
Havana, Cuba .......
TOP auk HEREBY NOTIFIED
i,.,i ,,, action for Dlssolul on "I Mm -
. ii and
i ttre required to serve
your written defenset it any. to u on
David B Stone, attorney for P<
tloner, whose address is l"l N \\ 12111
\ nUe Miami, Florida Tel 3o8-42--.
:,i,.i rile the original t Ith the i lerk oi
th above styled courl on or .....<
Mn ;,; if'7::. otherwise a rterauii i.i
; ten d against you for tl rell.-l
dem .1 ded In the complalnl or i" tl-
Thls notice Bhall be published oi i
.., : i ,:. for four consecutive i
:, THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand ana the il
.Miami. Florida m
rti \ ol April,
RICHARD P. BRINKER
At Cli rk. Cln ull I
Dade County. Floi
Bj C V COPE1 ant.
As Deputy '"
(C rcull '"in Seal)
B*i i: .v si iSTl"HIN. P A.
1(11 N W. Uth Avenue
Miami Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
4 13-20-27 I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
l.'ADE COUNTY
Gener.ii .lurisd'ction Divis.on
NO. 73-9008
NOTICE
IN RE: PETITION OF
CHAR I ES TH VMM ELI. ind
LILLIAN TRAMMEL, his wife.
T( i Ms Elisa Drier
3163 Imperial
San Diego. California
TOP ARE HEREHY notified that
ih. above named Petitioners, Charts*
an.l Lillian Tian.ni. II, have filed a
petition In the above styled Courl
I] loptlon of ilie minor child named
id. i .in. and you are hereby i om-
mantled to servi n i op> "f v our an-
swer or pleading to the Petition foi
I Adoption showing cause why the Petl-
should no! l>.- granted, on thi
attorney for Petitioner". OEORGE
\ H Ih iLAS. ESQ. 812 K IV. 12th
Avenue, Miami, Florida 33136, and to
the original answ er In the ffli i
<.f the Clerk of the Circuit Courl on
or before May !), 1973, otherwise a
decree may be entered against you
granting -aid adoption.
11 'TED this 12 day nf April, 1973
at .Miami. Dade County, Florida
RICHARD l" BRINKER. CLERK
Bj R .' FOY
11. iuti Clerk
-1 11 n,i i "ourl Seal)
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-2323
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
in RE: Estate of
FLORENCE TANNENBAUM
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors, and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are herehy notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against tte es-
tate Of FLORENCE TANNENBAUM
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the Circuit Judges nf Dade
County, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 733 1 fi.
Florida Statutes In their offices In
Mi. County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will he barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 16 day
of April. A P 1878.
GERTRl'DE COMER
As Executrix
Flrsl publication of this notice on
tin- J" day Of April. 1973.
Harry Zukernlck
Attorney for Exei uti iy
12(1 I Ineoln Road
Miam. Reai h, Fla, 83139
1 20-27 5 4-U
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY ?J\EN JhM
LEGAL N0T/CE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
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A AAAHAK TREE SERVICE at
North Plaza. Room 12. Northside Shop- N.W
pint Cent. r. Miami. Fla. intends to
register saldd name with the C
the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida. ____.
DAVID ALLEN
;, 1-11-18-25
BEMANARio'wESTCHESTBRatW
Avenue Miami. Fla. in-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 73-9769
IN RE:
FRANCIS RALPH
a FRANCIS RALPH
anil JACQI'BLYN
., JACQUELYN
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. 73-10719
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE I 'I"
FREDDIE LEE ROBERTS,
Petitioner,
and
<;: ADYS ROBERTS.
Respondent
TO GLADYS ROBERTS
RESIDENCE I'NKNl >w\
Yur ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution nl Mar-
riage has been filed agalnsi you and
you are required to serve a copy of
v..mi written defenses, if any. to it on
DAVID E STONE, ESQ. attornej for
Pi itloner, whose address Is STONE
t, BOSTCHIN, PA. l"l N.W. 12th
Ave.. Miami. Florida. Phone: SS8-4222.
and file the original with thi clerk of
the above styled court on or before
June 7. l!>73: otherwise a defnull will
1.....ni.r.d against you for thi relief
ii, manded in the complaint or i" l
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JBWI8H FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand ami the seal ot
aid court ai Miami Florida on 'his l
a] of May. 1878
l! P, BRINKER
A^ Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By C P COPELAND
\ Deputy Clerk
i ;. pi) I'.an I S. all
TONE ft BOSTCHIN, P.A.
01 N W 12th Ave.
Kami, Florida 33156
At torney for Petitioner
'. 1-11-18-2S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to mgnge in
business under the fictitious name of
I 'MAIN PRODUCTIONS at numbei 195
S.E. 10th Ct. in the City of Hlaleah,
Florida, Intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ot Dade County, Florida.
Dated at Hialeah. Florida, this 6th
dav of April. 1973.
chain ENTERPRISES. ISC.
Euneiie Lemlch
Attorney for Applicant
2720 W. Flakier St.
Miami. Fl. 83135
4 18-20-87 :. 4
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
[NO PPOPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 73-9179
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
COMPLAINT
\V.\I KER KEITH DI'H VRT, a minor
bj IVA1 TER Dl'HART his fail er,
Plaintiff.
MARK HOI 7M VVSEN and
EDWIN DE.MERITTE.
11 fendants,
TO Mr Mark 11 .l/h.ni-. n
i R< ,.i in I i. ni n i
Yur ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
COMPLAINT has i.....n filed
you and u are required to
serve a copy of your written defenses,
if my, to ii on Da> Id E Stone, attor-
t If I .i iddn
'nl N VY 12th Avei in Miami. Fl
:i -. and file the original u Ith the
lerk of the above styled court on nr
May 24, 1973: otherwise a de-
fault will hi i n I agali you foi
ihe 11 lief d< manded In the complalnl
, oi petition
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeki
In THE fEVVISH FL< 'R1DIAN
WITNESS mj hand and the seal
..i said courl nl Miami. Florida on this
1 13 dav of \inil I973
RICH VRD P. HRINKER,
.\- i 'lerk ircull "ourt
Dad,. County, Florida
R> B. .1 FOY
Ai Deouty Clerk
f< "In ull Courl Seal)
David i' Stone Esnulre
101 N W ISttl A- i lie
.Miami. I'l 331"8 C!,"8-4222)
Attorney for Ploln'Tf
4 2H-:7 '4-11
Alii IPTK IN i IF
i lABUEl "K. a k
i lAHSZEWICZ.
i; VBREl'K, B k
OAliSZEWICZ
Minors
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION OF
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
TO: LEONARD F OABRECK,
a k a LEI INARD F,
liABSZEWICZ
1354 Jackson Sir.ei
Camdell. New Jersey ORllM
Yi.r ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Petition has bi en filed In the
ibov< Btyled Court bj FRANK R
CRANDON for the adoption of FRAN-
CIS RALPH OABRECK, a k a FRAN-
CIS It.XLPH GAB8ZEWICZ, and JAC-
..HI-.'I.TN fi 'RRECK. a k a JAC-
Ul'ELINE GABZEWICZ minors, hj
ihe Petitioner. FRANK I! CRANDON
and inn are r, ouir.-d to serve a eopj
nf your Answer or Objections lo show
cause why said Petition should nol hi
granted, on the attorney for Petition
er. MORTON p ZEMEL. ESQ., Bulte
ill 11166(1 \" E 19th Avenue, North
Miami Bench, Florida 33162 u ri file
Ihi oi initial in the offl......f the Cli rk
f ihe Cln uii i '"in on ni I i foi i Ihi
m iln of May, IS73 If you fail to do
so. judgmi nl i -. di fa ull will he taken
you for Ihe relief demanded
,n ih,- i 'omnlalnl
This notice shall be published ..nee
each week for four eonsecu! weeki
in ''Ii!-: JEWISH Fl 'RIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED ai Miami.
Pel. County, Florida this .' day of
April. I"
RICHARD P BRINKER
i 'lerk, ircull i vurl
l'.. R M KISSEE
11. an\ l"|e|k
MORTl IN R ZEMEL
\ii..i pj for Petitioner
Suite HI
\ E Iflth Avenue
North Miami Beach, Florida 38162
4 -j? :. 4-U-lv
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. 73-10589
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
l\ RE: The Marrlagi i I
CBCII IA INEZ MARTINEZ.
\\ lie.
and
ADOI FO MANUEL MARTINEZ.
Husband. ,___..__
TO ADOLFO MANUEL MAR1 INEZ
C ii Miguel A Mat
Admlnistradora Centro Miranda
Avenida Ind. peiidencla Edlfli lo
di 'a 1.1.- i......'" rman
l.o.al A-4
l ... Teqili -. Venezuela. S.A
yor ARE HEREBY XTI "ILD
ih ii an action for I lssi lull......I Mar-
riage has I" en filed u
VnU at ill ",,x "'
y ,.ur u ritten cl< fei si s, ii un). to II
n li.\ RI ILI' CEASE, attorney for
Pt-titioni r, m hose .nidi. Ii !72 Klagler Street, Miami. Florida, and
file n.....riglnal with the clerk ol
thi ih.iv. s'v'e.l court on or before
.inn, v. 1973: othei wise a defaull will
. red against you for the relief
demanded In the complalnl nr petition
This notice shall be published once
each wek for four ......utlve u eeks
In THE JEM isll FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS mi hand and the seal Of
said court til Miami. Florida nn this
Mil dav of April. 1073.
ItlcilAltP P. BRINKER
As ("lerk, i 'Ircull Court
Dadi County, Florida
Bj R m KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
IClrcUil Curt S.ali
HAROLD CEASE. ESQ.
;;:.' West Flagler Strei
Miami. Florida 331
Vttorm v for Petitioner
.-. 4-11-18-25
with ths
of Dade
. 27th
tend to register said name
Clerk of the Circuit Court
.bounty. *lo*d..iouvA
J ''AZArt/4..1.18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY' C.IYEN that
the undersigned desiring to image in
business under the fictitious nan
llo.MS. STRAUSS ADVERTISING
id", N E i-i Street, .Miami. Florida
i 33161 intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ot
Dad.- County, Florida.
HUMS. STRAUSS INI
a Florida i i.ip.nation
KURT WELLISCH, Attorney at 1
Attorney for HOMS, STRAl'SS INC
161 vlmerla Avenue, suit.- 200-E
Coral Gables, Florida 83184
.. 4-1 -' N-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
husiness umli 1 the fictitious nami of
PARAMOUNT PROMOTIONS al P O
i:,,\ vii; Coral Gables, Fla Intend to
1 name with Do- Clerk of
ihi Circuit Courl of Ua.le County,
Florida,
SYLVIA BRUMMER
DAVID s BRUMMER
:. 11 18-2" 8 1
NOTICE OF ACTION
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY,
CIVIL ACTION
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 73.9.i:i
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN 1:1: THE >' YIMIAOl
DOIJ HIES SEG1 RA SAI.CE1 O. V
at d
HERNANDO SALCEDO Hu hand,
TO: HERNANI* SALCED" I
Avenida Jimi I '
Bi 11 ; i'l' v 1 -i ii 1 i.\i B1A
You HERNANDO si
1.....ii notlfh .1 thai uii act..... i Dis-
solution of Marriage hat
again l you, and v..11 are n null I
nerve n copy of your wrll nse*,
ii an} t" ii on the Petl
i,,v SIDNEY EFRONSON, 612 Am--
1. v Building Miami. Floi
file the riglnal Ith 11
the ('In in' '' un on nr lief..... the ':
dav ol ..: i). 197 :. othi 1 Ise
u ii be entered agalnsi you for Ihe 1
mandi A In il......mpl
petition.
This nitic shall be PU -
, ii, h 11 k 'or four 1 onsecutl'
in THE JEWISH FLI IRIDIAN
in INE AND I (RDERED al Ml
I ho ida this 17 dav of Aoril A.D I
RICH YRD P BRINKER Clerk
Circuit Court, Pad, count; Florida
liv LE< INARD .1 RECK '
1 leputy Clerk
SIDNEY EFRONSl IN
>w: Ainslev Building
Miami. Fl Hid
A 11 1, v for Pel II oner
1 27 R 4-U
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
COTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnl
the undersigned, desiring lo engi
husiness under |hc fictitious name nl
"Mi: i'l EANING MACHINE al Pad.
County, Florida Intends t,, reglstei
-a d name with ihe 1 "lerk of the cir-
cuit curt of Dade Countv Florida,
JOEL II SELTZER
E 11-18-25 8/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eniracc In
husiness under the fictitious name of
HERITAGE FI'IINITCRE REPAIR
SERVICE at 12786 S.W. lth Street
Miami Fin. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dnrte Cnuntv, Florida
JOHN' M A I! PICV.NO
:, 1-11-18-88
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-2533
In RE: Estate ul
BEN.NIE SHERMAN
dei eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
"'.. All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
Ing claim- or Demands Ag.....si Said
Bennle Sherman
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to pn enl any claims ind de-
mands which you may have agalnsi
the estate ol Fl ni Sherman de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
lo the Circuit Judge* .,1 Dade County.
and file l.e same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 783 18. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Pad.- County, Floi
Ida. within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be haired
Eiled at Miami. Florida, this 27 dav
of April. A.P. 1973.
0YLVIA S11LOFF
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 4th day of .May. 1973.
Edwin M Ginsburg, Esq.
Myers. Kaplan, Porter. l,evinson &
Kenln
Attorney for Administratrix
M28 Rri.k.ii Avenue
Miami. Florida 3.11.11
5/1-11-IS-J.".
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN T'-E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
iLt'/ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-9856
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
MARIA C. PROHIAS
DARK) F PROHIA8
l'i 1. DARK F. PRI HI IAS
Residence Cnknown
MM' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
rlagi has been filed agalnsi you and
v.,11 are required to serve a copy ol
your written defenses, it any, to it on
ABE KOS8, attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 101 N.W. 12th Ave.,
Miami, Florida, and file the original
I with the clerk of the above styled
curt on or before May JRth 1978:
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
, in the 1 nmplalnt or petition.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of 1
said curt at Miami. Florida on this ;
23 day "f Anril. 1973.
li. P. BRINKER
/is Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By N. A H i:\vett
As Deputy 1 lerk
(Circuit Courl Seal)
ABE Kl 188
l"l N.W. 12th Ave.
Miami. Florida Sf.S-4222
Attorney for Petitioner
I J7 Ii I-11-11
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
No. 73-1059S
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in Re Tin- Man age 1 t
. I'AI'LENE JAM': WATFORD, wife
and WALTER THOMAS WATFORD,
1 husband.
TO: WALTER THOMA8 WATFORD
107 South Ida Lane
Long Beach Mississippi
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed agalnsi you. and you
in hereby required to serve h cops
of your answer or other pleading to
the Petition on the Wife's Attorney,
LESTER ROGER8. ESQ who
dress is I4.-.4 N.W 17th Avenue Mi-
ami. Florida 88128, and file the orig-
inal with the Ch-rk of the above
styled court, on or before this 8 day
"i* June. 1973 or a Defaull will be en-
tered against you.
DATED this an day of Anrll, 1973
RICHARD P. BRINKER
1 '1,-rk of Circuit ("ourl
B) It M KISSEE
Innutv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
', 4-11-18-28
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tl-"E
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-11131
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIV'SICN
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
l\ RE:
THI 1.MAP .11 iSEPH LITT1 ;:
Husband
and
API i:.\"i: H. LITTLE
Wife
TO: ARLENE H LITTLE
Residi nee I'nki own
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFI I
that an .action for Dlssolutloi f V
liei ed againsl j iu
von an 1 .no. I to -el V e a pj
your wrll ten rtefi If an)
Stanley E G.....Iman, attorney for
Petitioner, uhosi acldresi I* 26*8 N.W
i.Jinl Street. Miami, Florida
'He the original with the clerk nf
above st> led nourl on or I Fu'
othern is.- n default v> hi ;..
t you for the re
manded in the complaint or pel tlo
This notice shall he published
each week for lour consecutive weel
in THE 1 i-vvkw pi < IRIDIAN
WITNES8 my hand and the seal
said courl ai i"iml, Florida ', th -
7 day of May, 1973
RICH \i:ii P BRINKER
As clerk. Circuit Courl
Dad. Countv. Florida
Bj 1: .1 FOY
Ai Deputy clerk
ii "Ircull < "in 1 Si
ST Wl EY R Ol 'I 'UMAX
268S N W. B2nd Si i.Tt
Miami Florid 33117 'i'.'l
Attorney for Petitioner
15 11 -1 -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ih. undersigned, deslrlna I
husiness under the fictitious name ,f
''.' \ \. II'ITA SHOE STORE
\ w. IGTth street, Opa I.' ka Fla
Intend* 1,, register said nam
Ihi Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court ol
1 nol.- County Fit rlda
RAUL ALVAREZ
5 I-11-18-2B
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under ihe fictitious name of
PRESTIGE HISI'I.AYS IXC d b a
H 11 suns QUAIL ROOST NURSERY
in Dade County, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk nf
the Circuit Court of Pad.- county.
Florida.
PRESTIfiB DISPLAYS. IXC
By: J. 1. Wii.-on
Vice President
HARRIS & SIRKIN. P A.
Attoraey.s for Applicant
:,th Floor Pade Federal Bide.
Miami. Florida 83131
8/4-11-18-21
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. 73-11282
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIV'SION
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
JOHN DANIELS
Pi tltloner
and
l YNEI i DANIELS
la !> d,|i|
Th LYNEi I. DANIE1 S
YOF ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
petition for Dissolution of vour
lieei filed and com-
mrl and v..11 are re-
naned n :, eopj i i-nur W rlt-
[en ii. I'- a-, s if any. to it on Cl
>> ii'-rr 111. attornej foi Pi
address is 2301 s W 22 Vve
ill Fla 83118, and file n,. original
mill the .lerk of the ahovi styled
court on or before June 15, |p7j: ,,,],, ,..
di fault will be entered against
you r.,r the relief prayed for in
complaint or petition
This notice shall he mihllsh"d once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS mv hand and th. rm| of
S;:"" :" Miami Florida on this
'v din of May, 1!>73
RICH.M-.ii P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Pad.- Countv. Florida
l:v 1, s. DePIETRO
As Denutv C'.rk
' m ARIES w HEIlR III
mi s w 82 Ay-
Miami. Fla, ::::14".
Attorney for Petitioner
5/U-I8-M 6/1
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. 73-11313
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE THE m VRRIAGE OF;
JAIME PUENTE
"-'. PI'ENTE
TO: ROSE PI'ENTE
2316 78th St
Ji 1
'.HI, :-. \ Y
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai 1 ilHSolution of m
1 .....'1 flli d ngalnsi vou ind
\ "ii are r.-nuii, d 1 nerve a cop
your wi s if anv. to II m
David Stone, nl loi n< y for Pel
whose d Iress is Ml N w 12th .w
iu-' Miami, Florida, Phone: S."-422
and file the original with the
ol the .>.,.v.- -iv h d ourl on "i
fore June 14. 1973: otherv m
'mi 111 he entered against you I
the r.iiei demanded In the complaint
ih. hi petition
This notice shall be published
each vv.ek for four consecutive wi
iii THE JEM ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS inv hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on thhi
I dav .,' viav. 197a
RICHARD P BRINKER
A 'lei I- Circuit 1 '"in
I ind,- County Flora!
By e, p. COPE1 and
As I i.-ntn v Clerk
fl Ircull Court Seal)
PAY ID i: STONE
'"I N W l-th Avenue
Miami Florida
Attornej for Petitioner
1/11-18-86 */t


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ep. Barry Kutun (left) (District 99) receives an award from
lie:- Greenspan, past president of Temple Tifereth hi nel,
cicring him for "his many years of untiring efforts, dedi-
aticn and devotion in behalf of the temple" at the tern-
>]< s annucl "Awards Banguet."
Obituaries
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UGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O^ THE
ELEVc'.'lTri JUDICIAL C RCUIT
OF- I LOAIDA IN A ID FOH
OA".E COUNTY
PIIOBATE DIVISION
PR03ATE NO. 73
"ANK 0. DCWLING
in in-:: ;-;.-inii- ..i
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NOTICE UNDER FICT
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'- All Creill urn 11 ml All r- i.-i.n- Huv-
iliH Claim.- 01 Uemaiul Amiiiiit Said IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I'^hlaie:
Vi.u an hen lj notified ni In
i" prenenl ant elalmn anil rlvmHiids
\1l1i1 ii phi may havi bkh iihi Hi -
inii- ..r Murj Ann. Miti 1-,, ||, h k i(
Wiirj A. Mil. h. II deoeiiKeil |al>- <>r
Dade Couiiij l-'lorlda, Ui til. I'lrvuil I.V UK: TIM; m \ i:i:i ai~i .
judRes ol ii.i.i. I'uunty, and Ml ihe J11IIX il IIAXIEI
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II n.'ii. ('ouiiiy, l-'lorlda. u-ithln sis
ah udar nionihs froni Ihe lime of the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CuiCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JUR'SDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-9397
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
1 -. mil
i.v.XKi.i 1 \ vii:i..
Ite-llnlllli ill.
UGH Monet
'
ELE fENTH JUDICIAL CIRC
OF FLOI
DADE COU"TY,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE1, COURT
IN AlvD fi),l
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA'
IN PROBATE
.... No, 71>7I
FRANK B DOWLING "
in in: i:-i. 1
V, liv f : -1: 'i,
a :. 1 AlAin \ Ml' i'IIKI.I.
In eeawed.
NOTICE OF PROEATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Til Al I PKKSflXfl IXTISItKS I'KI
Till-: K8TATK "!' SAMl HKl'KI
t --.I are I pi '.\ i-.a fl.-il Ihal :i
I Ml Hum -ill i u. |iori Iiih In |.i '-
III and li 1. iii-iii n(
!-. mini -,--i in nt'iil ill 1
unlil 1 '.-in 1 Vnu are liereh: -
.-I within kIs calendar momh* .
i'ii dale null ......f
i'iS..............iSS :- '
THOMAS II HI-K.WBII. Jit. Omn ,..:d sorve a ., ,-, ,, ........ FR.WK I! l^WI IX
, A-- I'.M-i. ; I.....er> All......t-. \i.\ ZA.MI'T A ,-,,.. 1, ..... ..
PIrjl mililh-al.......1 thin nolle, Dn smith, suit.- IK. Ijii SouHi Dish
Ihe :. day of Aoril. 1!i7:i j HiKhtt.it I'oral .....v.. ;:i |,,
r In foie ihe 1 da) of .Tutu l!'7i
Kdtvln Al. 1 llnsliuri
K i|i llirti r, Let inson a
Ki 11 In
\M1.1-n. t for l-:\- eulor
7th FI-...I. 1:.- Hi I., 11 Avenue
Minmi. Florida 33131
1 7 : i-ii-iv
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
M iTii'K is HKHKKY filVKN Mini
In- undersigned desiriiin i-- eiuraire In 1
business under Ihe flctltiuuM nun. ut
1:1 i-:i"ri:n shi.vs ui ."'.'. \.\\ 7.ii.
Street, .Miami Kl.i :::'I7 Intends to
.-ui-i.-i Kahl name I'll Ihe Clerk .-f
In- I'iniiii Court ni 'hide fount.v,
Florida.
Kl.i:i Tllii NEOX BKIX rn.MI'ANY
IXC".
' .-..iiai'il .1. Kali.-h
\ilomey for apidleaiM
Rulte -mi. injfi B.W. 1-1 Street
Miami. Flo
4 '20-27 r.'l-ll
' '-' il IVlltlnn for I il -.lull.....1
lire "I he Inker ..- 1......|
DATKI l: Ainil I |jl73
Kl'N VI 11 I'. IIKIXK :
lit II M KIS-
I i.ni:i. Clerk
(t'ireull < nil I Seal)
1 27 -- I-11-1-
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL AC-ION NO. 73-9948
ill J111I .
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IN THE CIltCUIT COURT OF T1-1E
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOKIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
Pe.OBATF. NO. P3-2539
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GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION *<''< VAX t.....IKX
IN THE 11TH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO 73-7n3
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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1 'lreuli JudKes ol 1.-. 1. L'ouni y, and
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ^'" AltK IIKItKRY XOTIFIKIl Vhleil III (Jei-lliin ,...1 1, I-I.....Il >::,-
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on Krederii-k I!. Spleuel, attorney "",' hi,m" "ill he harn-d
for Pelilioiu-r. tvhose a.Mr.-- i- lli'l ''"'"' '" Ai.nii. Klurlda.
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Pelei Kdwnrd Van Vooren
As Administrator
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NOTICE UNDER F'CTITIOUS
NAMF LAW
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N THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN ANO FOR
ntnF COUNTY. FLORIDA
"ENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO 73-098S
NOTICE OF SUIT
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH IUDICIAI C'RCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBA'fc OIVIS ON
PROBATE NO. 72-5545
(formerly County Judqes Court!
Il ''I:. K late of
IIIIIH AMI.I II:
ih eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All iv. ilitori HP.I VII P. -1.- H. I -
I'I ni- 01 11 ina nd AkhIiisi >
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NOT'CE IINDFR FICTITIOUS
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of April. A r> "'73
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RIDXRY Alll I HH
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Hi. iln.t of Mav. IP71
RIMOX, HAYS A rjHI \'I>\YKKC1
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kveiiui .....I fin Hard "'"' M.....'' ::;l::;-' -, ,c -
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Jflemorial C^napel
pwisH n:- :-'"fcrc>j"
LOCAL A'JO our or STATv*
AHK A -. .',t Mf NTS
947-2790
IIJIS W P. "if IIIVV MM.
NOTICE OF ACTIOI-
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. N AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-9748
IENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
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hill .111 lU'tlitU fill I 1.- 11111.. 11 ..I Mm
rlnice has been (il. i ..11 are 11111 .1 In nerve 11 imp) id
in tt ill I ell 1I.1.11-. -. il any. in il
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da, and file the iirlirlnal ivllh Ihe
lerk nf iln .ilt..\. -1 v l.-.l .--.iiii ......1
foi.- Mn) Sa, I97.1: "Hn 1 lee n de-
11I1 n ill he -iii. i-i -I aanlusl \ .-ii foi
reslmei Hiiiil nain.-s with Ihe Clerk of
I "ili-uil 1 in. of 11 i.l. 1 'ounl v,
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
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NOTICE UNPFR F'CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 70-3859 (Blanton)
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NOTICE OF INTFNT'ON TO MAKE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVIS'ON
PROBATE NO 73-1S4
JOHN R. BLANTON
In UK: Rstati
AKK \IIAAI EM-HIT
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i'i,-.lii..i- nnd All I'i------1- llav-
I118 I'l.iiin- 1.1 Demands \Kalnsl Said
You an hereli) notified and renulred
1.. presi 111 ant :. Ini- nnd del
\i hi. I: \..11 mny have I -t.i'-
: v-.i ham Bhei 1 .-- .1-. .1 Int.
relief demanded In Iln......plaiiil APPL'CATION FOR OiSTR'tV 'TIOM Iholi fount' Flo-lila, lo Iln- Cln-ull
' neillion, AND FINAL DISCHARGE
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ii week 1.1 four lonseeiifhi. ti..-k- "1. .i mi Final Itei-orl and Petition foi
TIIK .IRWISH FI.OUIIHAN ni-lrlhuilon mid final rxsehnri:
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GA. FLA. GRADE A FRESH ICED
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: :. PURCHASE FOR BEAUT :
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OF S7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
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DRUMSTICKS
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NATURAL FRESH SLICED HAWAIIAN (ready to eat)
PineaDDle Slices !!
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SAVE 30-MASTER'S
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SERVICE APPETIZER DEPT.
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RICH'S ALL DARK MEAT
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SAVE WITH FROZEN FOODS.'
SAVE WORK FOR YOURSELF BY SERVING DELICIOUS
MEALS FROM OUR BIG VARIETY SAVE TIME TOO'
SAVE M'-PEPPERIDGE FARM
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GOLDEN TOP
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FRESH SEAFOOD AVAILABLE ONLY AT STORES
HAVING SEAFOOD SERVICF COUNTERS '
Haddock Fillet
FRESH CUT
SKINLESS
AND
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SAVE 20-REFRESHING BEER
Raspberry Pie COOL WHIP I RUSch Bavarian
22-OZ.
PKG.
All iAKID GOOOS MADf WITH PURE VIGITAllf SHORTENING
SAVE
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12-OZ.
NO RET.
BOTTLES
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. NONE SOLO TO DEALERS. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS.


^Jewish Floridian
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With
ISABEL ;ko\ j
Miami, Florida Friday, May 11, 1973
Section C
Toby Friedland And Norma Kipnis
Named For AJCommittee's Awards
Toby (Mrs. Leonard) Friedland
and Norma C. Kipni;. dis-
tinguished civic and community
leaders, have been selected to
receive the 1973 American Jewish
Committee Human Relations
Wards according to an announce-
ment made by Dr. Charles Beber,
president of the Miami Chaj
R;.bcit Traurig, well known at-
torney and prominent civic I<-;i li :.
will niak the presentation to each
being friends of lot
ing associated in philanth i i it
and civic endeavors, Dr. I
added.
The annual awards ""ill be given
at the Chapter's 21st anniversary
celebration, dinner and dance,
which will be held at the Doral
Beach Hotel Sunday evening.
June 3.
.Mr. Traurig will be chairman of
the gala event; Mrs. Irving L.
Wexler, president of Women's Di-
vision of the Greater Miami Jewis!
Federation, and distinguish*
unity leader in her ca
right, will be associate chairman
i h the American Jewish Co:.
mittee's honorecs have had ;'. long
and diversified background of ac
hirer,! in education phil-
y, business, and each has
I i extraordinary record
iblii services.
. dland is currently i
i of thi \ Division
,i Federation, a
n held in 1972
Hi .. r her leadership I hi '
D'vi n l d the nation's 230
i ion in th per-
. nta c im ign i
, ibei of Fi l< atio board j
i>f directors and its and
mitl Mrs, Fried-
I .: o serves on Federation's
a ip, :, pub c la
.on*, and Campaign Steering Com-
.iit! es. She is a board member of
Jewish Family and Children Serv-
ice, active in Mt. Sinai Auxiliary's
board, and serves as historian for
; ,., ;.-,, nu p-|
" ; rv>d in 1972
.. x; ,, nresidenl for Camnaign of
F d 'rati Wi mi n
-.. :.,,., .. .., tatr secrelary
< i n mewl ?i of in boai ol
I | !.,. She is s'-rvu
a soci man ft the
1973 C !A EF Can en. i
-d i;.: :.' '>.: afr ". B i :-
. i :,- i pia ic R !.!
ti wi II e ind Cai .-
Sti ring ( ommltt m J.
Mi-s. Kipnis has rvtd as an
advi or I i Project FIoi e as wil as
on the board of the Friends of
1 o ,"um. A director of the
board of the National United Jew-
: ish Appeals Women's Division, she
, is also a member of the advisory
' hoard of the Volunteer Services
cf the Board of Public Instruction
and a member of the board of
trustees of the University of
Ml uni.
In announcing the awards, Dr
ber said that i' is because- of
ir conci rn for the welfar
people of Israel, their contri-
butions I i the d< veli pment ol a
str< ng id viable local '
ai d for their efforts in
make Greal Micmi a
c in which to live for
all people the American Ji w-
ish Committee is privileged to
present its 1073 Human Reial w
Awards to Toby (Mrs. Leonard)
Friedland and Norma C. Kipnis.
June To Be Cash
Collection Month
In the excitement of Israel's
ira i a ol i 25th anniversaryi
have remained the
: immigrants, the backbone |
of the Jewish state, are pouring
into the country at the rate of j
70.000 a year; Israelis stand at
strong, defen ib:c borders they
have pledged to maintain; the j
Greater Miami JewLh Federation's
22 Miami based social welfare
agencies conti' ue to serve this
community'.' needy Jews and to-
day, like every day, Israel needs
$1 million in cash.
"While the 1073 CJA-IEF Cam-
paign i; leading the nation's 2-10
Federations and Welfare Funds
in percent ge of increase over last
year's gifts; pledges murt be con-
verted in cash," said Robert Rus-
sell, Federa ion president. "We
cannot wi'1* any longer."'
"June i Cssh Co lection Month,"
said Harry A. (Hap) Levy. 1973
CJA-IEF Cam' aign chairman.
"The Jewish C >mmunity of Greater
Miami has nv-bi i/.d in celebration
of Israel's 2 th anniversary; now
we're askin< it to mobilize and
channel much needed cash to
Israel.
"The human need of the Jewish
community of Greater Miami and
of the people of I rael have never
been greater.' e aid. "The prob-
lem i. tha! h dollar pledged
to the CJA-I Ca: ign is worth
less due tc th-e recent currency
devaluation
Business Meeting Set
Oh rhood has
acheduied : i"''' meeting for
Wed. !8t' i t '2:S0 p.m. in the
social ha re hments will be
served.
"Coupled with a iack of ca h,
this can ultimately mem only one
thing: essential services to needy
, le both here and abroad may
I
Says former GMJF president,
Sidney Lefcourt, chairman of the
.- .j.,. ^sh ommittee,
Cash promised in tho form "r
pledges (naUcnailj l n A enouj h
to meet the obliga-
tions. Immigration in the first
four month-; I L0.....'idling at
an all-til : threat to i
Israel's pi urit i and in ]
the face of all t' ^ raelis
are keeping their d h r open to
...;l; j ,},.. py hi re paying the
li hest taxi- r>f ii ie world
people."
"There's a I tween the
on -age shown I iroml
i.ic"-; ability b >th to provide
"i- ra with the full m < of ab-
sorption services and a fitting
homecoming." V. urt added.
"We mu '''i; gPf"
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ices le meet in reas eds hero
at home. vv> dged that
,,i h our help i o dream is
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IM.TF's Ca I lie lion Com
are Same '. I! T, GMJF
ei Man ) Cooper;
Matthew G. Ettinger L on Kaplan.
dent and
member of the GMJF Board of
Directors; Carl Susskind; Harold
Thurman, a number of the GMJF
board or di l and Milton
Weiss, immediate past president of
Fed ration and member of its
of direr
SIDKti UrCOIiRT
10th Annual Open House To
Mark Israel's Anniversary
The 10th annual "Yom Ha-
Atsmaut" Independence Day Open
House, in celebration of Israel's
25th anniversary, will be held at
the home of Yosef Yanich, execu- j
five director of the American Jew- |
ish Congress, 12680 NE Miami Ct '
North Miami Sunday from 9 j
p.m. to midnight.
A special InviiaUon "s extended
to members and former members
of the Intercollegiate Zionist Fed-
eration of America (IZFA), Ha-
bonim, Hashomer, Hatzair, Bnei
Akiva, Brandeis Camp Institute
(BCD, Young Judea, Masada.
Machal, and Israel students and
residents now studying or living
in this area. There will be singing
and Israeli folk dancing.
Installation Luncheon
The Aviva Group of the Miami
Chapter of Hadassah will hold
installation of officers at a
luncheon Monday at 10:30 a.m. at
the Jordan Marsh Auditorium. A
Mother's Day -oram will be
presented.
The Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine conferred the le
gree, Doctor of Podiatric
Medicine upon Jerald G. Cai
mel Ma) 5.
Dr. Carmel will spend .-
one-year medical and surgi-
al residency at Oak Cm'i
lommunity Hospital in Dal
as, Tex., with his wife,
n ler Andrea Kaufman
ffld son Brett Michael.
Dr. (armei ,.. he son ol
!r. and Mrs. William ( ...
f Miami Beach, who flev
:p i.) ti' graduation in Cl .-
jnd El graduated trvm
' ami Bi. eh Seni ir ;;.
1 .' ri d the tiie .' iity ol
,i bach lor oi
Is degree in psychol gj
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mel and son eventually plan to settle in South Florida.
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Mr. and Mrs. Alan Jacobson celebrated Pcpi's birthday a'
Ihe Hasta Restaurant Saturday. April 23. With them were Mr. and
Mrs, Ronald Jacobson. (brother) P rents, Mr. and Mrs.
Win. Winston, and Alan's parents Mr, and Mrs. Max Jacobson.
who returned the same day Irom a Iwo-wcck cruise on the Sun
Viking A real pretty family picture, Happy birthday to Pepi.
to
Artist Reyna Youngerman and husband, Alex, of Miami
Beach, were hosts this weekend to cousins Marynn and Nathan
Ausubel of New York. She is a top photo and he i-; authoi
of "Treasury of Jewish Humor," "Treasurj of Jewish Folk
and "Pictorial History cf the Jews" He is currently at work or.
the sequel to "Pictorial History of the Jew-."
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K.i Gaines, who owns a c< uplc of H '.. 'ay Inns in Coral
Gables, and wife, Evelyn, will leave M..- 10 l r Isra I wl
. ..,- ,. ,, me close fi i 'P< oplc art still
;; niarri .-- -: Mi- 'i' idon from Isi i
.h iv they w II I days *-il Alfred Barnetts.
H :'s owner of the Ca.csa ova Club | and dining i I ib-
11 hment in Mayfair. rhe Gainsei wil '' '''k-
abroad with a stop in Capri and return to Coral Gables via
Nt w York.
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Back from Europe with novelty office furniture is .Aaron
Bookspan, of 12426 W. Dixie Hwy, Visiting Paris and Italy, he
has brought over baronial style furniture, which should give an
elegant touch to new offices.
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1! war, a v< r> busy weekend for Lillian Scboen, president of
the Department of Florida Ladies Auxiliary. Jewish War Vet-
erans. Saturday afternoon, accompanied by president Elizabeth
Stein of the Harvey Albertson Auxiliary, Orlando, a presentation
was made to 'he U.S. Naval Hospital in Orlando of a TV set
from the department and the auxiliary- The auxiliary also pre-
sented two sets of prism glasses t:> the hospital.
From Orlando she traveled to Gulfport where she installed
the new officer of lh< \be Ader Ladies Auxiliary, St. Pcters-
],._. .,, ,! i. PEP Kay Lingaton. Rita Sas'a-.v was the
Instating officer. Jane Hughes, new president. Then hack to
Cilar.de> where she pre ided at the fourth council of administra-
tion meeting San ley morning. There were delegates present
from auxiliaries throughout Florida. In the afternoon she trav-
tlcd to L.n;.. where she in tailed officers of the Albert Vrono-
vitz Ladies Aux'liary. Tampa. May Stambler was installed as
prei idenl the Swc len House.
'.'... following day. accomranied by VAVS chairman Esthrr
Pi?rr and president May Stambler she visited the new VA Hos-
pital in Tampa. After a tour of the facility, a presentation of
hvo painting ade to the hospital. G. R. Hiskey, director
The paintings were by artist Esther Zweibach of Hollywood.
One was presented by the Department of Florida Serond one
va< presented by the Victor B. Frecdman Past and Auxiliary.
Hollvwood.
This coming weekend Mrs. Schoen will travel to install and
institute the new Cape Kennedy Ladies Auxiliary at a dinner-
dance to be held at the Pines, Indian Harbor Beach.
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The Florida Memorial College Chorale of 60 mixed voices.
directed by John Price, will perform a concert of Negro spirit-
uals, oratorio and baroque music on TV < h. 7. Saturday at 1:30
p.m. on the Show Case program. The concert is being given un-
der the auspices of the Society for Young Performers, of which
Ruth Brotman is president, and officers arc Mrs. Alexander Ko-
gan and Florence Pick.
Dannie! Lessner, 14-year-old pianb;. won the Irene Muir
Scholarship in the Federated Music Clubs annual competition
held at Tampa recently. There were over 500 f'nali. ts in the
competition. Dannicl is a student of Peggy Erwin, and won a
scholarship from the Society for Young Performers April 12.
presented at the Roncy Plaza Auditorium.
Many residents in Greater Miami have rich backgrounds in
accomplishments prior to putting their roots down on Florida's
Gold Coast. One such is Lee Reiser, who was for many years in
the entertainment field in New York. The Reisers Lee and AI.
were with NBC from the 1930s to '50s. Th.s is Lee's second
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Pictured at installation ceremonies fcr Norman Bruce Brown
Pest 174, Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A., are (left to right)
M. Jay Berliner, senior vice commander, Department of
Florida Lilliam Schoen, president, Department of Flor-
id?, ladies auxiliary; Esther M. Jacobs, incoming president
of Norman Bruce Brown ladies auxiliary; Dora N. Freed-
i, new commander (a first) of the Post 174, and Charles
Eiterman, senior vice commander.
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A veritable "Garden of Eden" was created by the "Decor
Committee Extraordinaire" for the recent spring luncheon
held by the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom en the Doral
Beach Hotel rooftop. At left is committee chairman Mrs.
Harold linger; Mrs. Leonard Miller is at right.
Biscayne Cancer League, which has taken top billing as
the No. 1 chapter in the country by raising SI00,000 for the
American Medical Center at Denver, will be spotlighted
Thuisday, May 17, at an 11 a.m. award luncheon and show
in the Eden Roc Hotel. Chairmen of the gala event are Mrs.
Robert Lustig. (left) Mrs. Calvin Zook and Mrs. Robert Segal.
The first "Angel Ball" of Temple Menorah honored denors
who gave a minimum of $1,000 for the maintenance of
Temple Menorah's day school, which will offer a compre-
hensive course of education in Judaic and English sub-
jects for children from kindergarten through third grade.
Shown above (left to right) are Nathaniel Glickman, school
board chairman; Robert L. Siegel, temple president; Mr.
and Mrs. Irwin Zuckerman, angels, and Rabbi Mayer Ab-
ramowitz, spiritual leader of the temple.
CURIOUS FOOTNOTE TO ISRAELS HISTORY
1Received. One Palestine'' Complete
While celebrating Israel's 25th
anniversary, one is inclined to re-
member stories from the past
when Israel was called Palestine.
A glance at one of the many il
lustrated pages in the new 16 vol
ume Encyclopaedia Judaica (Ketor.
Inc.) recalls two unique, hardly
known documents relating to the
year 1920 when, after the end of
World War I, Palestine was turned
iver by its military commander.
Maj. Gen. Sir Louis Bols, to the
British High Commissioner, Sir
Herbert Samuel.
Herbert .Samuel had made no
Samuel immediately signed the cate "errors and omissions
corresponding receipt. It reads: epted."
Received from Maj. Gen. Sir Louis
Bols one Palestine, complete." He
added, however, tongue in check,
ihe initials "E. & O. E." which
The two document* sure!)
among the m ).-t curious and mi t
Driceless as iociated with the I
tory of Palestine which was d --
lined to bec< me the "pre-hisi
commercial people employ to indi- of Israel.
kbwi ir TtTCT tmmm imn .-in.
aMSAiia.
special preparations for the cere- A/~n V- d
mony during which the government **^
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of Palestine was turned over to him
He was. therefore, more than sur-
; when Gen. Hols, well trained
n the business side of military
protocol said to him: "You will
give me a receipt, of Course "
The high commissioner though)
the military governor was joking
and reacted to the request with
iter.
But never was military authority
more serious. In fact, Gen Bols
had already prepared a d icu
reproduced in the Encyclopaedia
Judaica, on the stationery of Head
quarters, Occupied Enemy Terri-
tory Administration (South), fern
salem, dated June 6, 1920 which
reads, "Handed over to Sir Herbert
Samuel, one Palestine, complete."
i ii document is signed: L, J. Bols,
.Major General.
Anti-Zionist
Articles In
Jewish Paper
LONDON (JTA) The April
issue of "Sovietish Heimland,"
be Soviet Union's official Jewish
>eriodical, contains verbatim anti-
2ioniSt material that has appeared
cgularly in some Soviet publics
ions. One article stated that.
'Today, the social chauvinists,
:he heirs and successors of the
Jund, unite with the Zionists in an !
jffort to exploit the prejudices of |
>eople still imbued with nation-1
ilisra. In all countries, they arc J
trying to strengthen the devotion
to Zionism and the hatred of other
icoples." j'
The article claimed that "Zion- j
ism is also interested in fostering
inti-Semitism so that the Jews
nay be inclined to go to Israel.
Jewish reactionaries of all types
are united on one issue:
"The world must be convinced
that the Jews of the Soviet Union
ire being discriminated against,
that Russian anti-Semitism re-
mains unchanged, and the only
way for Soviet Jews is to go to
Israel. The Zionists are usually in \
eague with epen enemies of the
Jews," the article said.
The 30th Anniversary of the
Warsaw Ghetto revolt was noted
by "Sovietish Heimland" with ex-
cerpts from the writings of Itzik
Pfeffer, Peretz Markish, and
Shmuel llalkin. The first two were
; \eeutcd during the Stalin period,
the third was exiled to Siberia,
returned a broken man and died
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Live on S450 (II. 1890) a Month!
Without Even Trying," has been)
issued by ISR4LOM, a building;
and finance group, for couples
abroad contemplating living in Is-
rael. The $450 monthly budget al-
lows $25 for home maintenance, a
"liberal" $100 for food, $60 for!
entertainment, and $40 for clothing I
among other expenses. The report
notes that the average middle-class,
Israeli family with children Hvef |
on $250 monthly.
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A wry footnote to Israel's history. The "delivery note" pic-
tured in the Encpclopaedia Judaica (Keter, Inc.) from Ma;.
Gen. Sir Louis Bols (top) relinquishing command of Pales-
tine in 1920 is answered (below) by Sir Herbert Samuel,
first British High Commissioner. Samuel, apparently amused
by Bcls' wording and request for a receipt, wrote, "Received
from Maj. Gen. Sir Louis Bols one Palestine, complete." H?
added, however, the curious initials "E. & O. E." which ir.
commercial parlance signifies "errors and omissions ex-
empted."
A television set has been presented to the veterans; at the
VA Hospital by the Miami Beach Council of B'nai B'rith
Women and an especially high stand selected so that the
set, which can be rolled from room to room as needed, couki
be viewed by a patient lying in bed. Joseph Paluzzi, {let:
administrative assistant to the chief of staff of the hospital,
accepted the set on behalf of the veterans. The photo alsD
shows (left to right) Mrs. Robert Lift, past-president, Mrs.
Milton Sands, incoming president, and Mrs. Alfred Golden,
president of the Miami Beach Council of B'nai B'rith Women.


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To Religious Phase of Judaism
JWV Ladies Auxiliaries
Plan Varied Functions
"The Synagogue Council of
America represents a concept and
challenges fundamentally the
values and priorities implicit in
the way our Jewish community is
presently structured," Dr. Irving
Lehrman told the national conven-
tion of the Rabbinical Assembly
meeting in Orossinger, N.Y.. Tues-
daj night.
Dr. Lehrman, rahbi of Temple
E nanu-El and national president
i f ihe Synagogue Council urn-
11a agency of Orthodox, l in-
.<- rvattve and Reform Judaism in
f: iie'l States told the asso-
i tion of Conservative rabbis "the
: I mobilization of the Ji wish
i immunity's m iral and financial
un es th real historical
l rk Of resCUC and redemption
ij foi a pru; natic
: i,.., ,, |ife ti i ,. uttie
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Iws pointed out. power and influ-
ence in Jewish life have been in-
creasinsly transferred to .the hands
of well-intentioned and devoted
Jews who have the capability of
destroying American Jewry out of
sheer love for the Jewish people."
Rabbi Lehrman continued, "The
truth of the matter is that we have
permitted life to he emptied of
genuine Jewish content and of all
e] irituakty. We have told our chil-
dren that Jewish identity can be
expressed by making generous con-
tributions to local federations, by
being active in the United Jewish
Appeal, and by protesting the per-
secution of Soviet Jew-."
After asserting the importance
of federation. UJA and the ap-
peals for Soviet Jewry, Dr. Lehr-
man said, "B,d for all of their
State Department
* \\ Investigate
" VSHINGTON UTA) The
D 'pai: m nl d Tuesday
it would "look into" press
. is thai Soviet made Egyptian
tanks have been se 'n in Saudi
Arabia. Ai to the reports,
i he tanks n aj be de tined for the
Ifemen Arab R II m mid
be the firsl time thai Soviet-m ide
w apons of any type have been
seen in Saudi A abia.
Other press reports said that
SAM-2 nnli-aircraft m.
1 .'" li '.'ii scut to Libya from
importance, these things don't de-
fine the substance and content of
Jewish living.
"What our own children have
been 'tiling us and particularly
those who are seeking spiritual
nourishment in the esoteric East-
ern religions, in Hara Krishna, and
even in the Jesus movement is
that if we reduce Jewish life to
11 test and philanthropy, to
shrei" and "schnorerei," then it
holds very liijle for them, and
they will seek their spiritual nour-
ishment elsewhere.''
Dr. Lehrman placed the blame
for what he termed "the low es-
tate of the synagogue in American
Jewish life" on his fellow rabbis.
"We have onlj oursi Ives to blame.
We have permitted ourselves i<>
be manipulated. We have lacked
the courage to insist that those
values which we preach so easilj
from our pulpits be implemented
in the life of our communities
llov easily are our colleagues mo-
bilized to support all kinds of
ses, and how difficult to
them in spt .ik up for national a
cies bui h as Ihe Synagogui Conn-
I ol Vme i a which are the
' ir of the estei n in which
religious Jewry is held on the na-
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lie to] I the R ibbini< I Assembly
that, "we in ihe Conservative mo1 e
menl have few more im
task- than to support and strenj
en this unique instrument of Amer-
i :ia n li -oiis Jewry." Dr. Lehr-
man will I ive a two-y< ar term is
president cf the Synagogue Coun-
cil in less than a month.
This week's activities for the
l>opaitn-enl of Florida Ladle!
Auxiliary of the Jewish War Vet
erans local Dade and Rroward
auxiliaries are:
Norman Bruce Brown 17-t: \n\
iliarv and Post memb< rs will be
shown pictures taken bj one oi
their members vacationing In
Israel at the time of the Libyan
plane crash a( their May 15th so-
cial, at 4801 W. Flacler St.
Miami Beach S3V. \\ ill have a
join) annual fund raising part}
with the post at 1819 Alton Rd.,
!> p.m. Thursday, May
Four freedoms 403: Will '
, nts ol the H< b
for the Aged dai j.
North Shore 677: AI th We
day meeting, memo rs \
a Icadershi] depart
leadership chairn an, Ka;
v ho also ;a vi k -
nHcipl '
Mrs. Millici nt Wl
presented 5,
I one
membership pin lo ei i
' Harry II. 0 n
arboi: Will 1
for the Aged under the leadership
of Mrs. Ruth Frank on Sunday,
Gifts will be distributed and re-
freshments served.
i
CoL David Marcus 746: Mrs.
Florence Wrona, president, will
preside at a business meeting
Wednesday evening at the Finan-
cial Federal Bldg., North Miami.
South Dade 778: Mrs. Leah Eis<
man. president, will preside at a
b isim ss meeting on Monday, al
18 p.n "n Thursday evening,
Mrs Evelyn Ch in, accompani d
o untei rs, will visit the Home-
i: Air Forci Base H spital i
<, u ill serve r< freshments to
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An Open Letter To The Jewish Youth Of Greater Miami
Dear Jewish Brothers and Sisters,
O.K. Let's Tell It Like It Is:
# There is a vacuum of Jewish values in our lives
# Most of us are Jews in name only
# Most of us are illiterate in our Hebrew language
We have not really experienced Jewish living
We have not really experienced Jewish learning
We are in fact ignorant of our Torah
# We are losing our ties with our past
Judaism relates to every crucial issue of the day and we
don't know it.
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There Is A Language, A Law, A Learning, A Love Thai Is Yours:
If yours is a desire to experience and study Torah .
If yours is a desire to talk to someone about Judaism, to ask a
question .
If you feel the challenge to discover yourself as a Jew
then come to the DROP-IN CENTER for Jewish Living in your
neighborhood where you will find a friend.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE
18151 N.E. 19Ave.
Sunday and Thursday
7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Drop-In Center
(3 locations)
MIAMI BEACH
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
711 40 Street (Corner Chase)
Monday and Wednesday
7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
SOUTHWEST MIAMI
SUNSET PARK
97 Ave. and 5.W. 72 St.
Saturday, 9:30-11:30 p.m.
Tuesday, 7:30- 9:30 p.m.
THE COMMITTEE
CE3BY PEARLSON
Miami Beach Sr. High
ASH-R STERN
M Comnunity College
ROPYN DRONSKY
Coral Park High
SAUL SMOI.ARCIK
N. Miami Beach Sr. High
ABE CHAMES
Miami Dade
Community College
LOU HUSS
Miami Dade
Community College
JUUY TOKAYSR
Hebrew Academy High
GLEN CRAVEZ
Southwest High
JOSEPH KAL'ER
University of Miami
MAX SMOLARCIK
Mesivta High
LINDA FINE
South Miami High
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Community College
sponsored by the rational conference of synagogue youth/ncsy of the uojca pob. 2585 mi.mi beach, 532-3334, and the central agency for Jewish education/
greater miami Jewish federation.
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Friday. May 11. 1973
Zov. Reubin O'D. Askew, honorary chairman of the Israel
15 Committee, presents a proclamation declaring that the
F'cte oi Florida honors Israel on its 25th anniversary and
-- reccgniziri \ the "Salute to Israel" paiade May
'. 3 as the ma^cr event in the year-long celebration, to
Miami committee .-hair-nan Mrs. Fran Levov and
.:".-:. Liebsrman, who serve3 as o I I
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Salute To Israel Farads
Scheduled Sunday* May 20


para tor
i m i si h >dul I
M r. 20, at 11 a.n B
Miami Beach Convention Hail.
route will trav< th on
ishingl v e., cat on Lincoln
. and noith on Collins Ave.
some -r'0 participating floats w>l!
.resent synagogues, youth
ups and organizations as well
leading banks, airlines and
1 mess and civic groups.
Twelve marching bands are ex-
pected to fill the streets with joy.
i icing and music, all aimed at
c .ebrating the 2ith anniversary
>.: the State of Israel. More than
MX) marchers will add to the
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. i Gu.T' ; ncl
i i Chiles, as w 'il as
mi Hie Florida congres-
('. | ;,,i :.. an expe< ti d to
I nd
! .. Mrs Burton R.) Levey is
tiairman of "Israel 25,"
which is sponsored with the sup-
01; oi the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
Marvin Lieberman. assistant di-
rector of the YM-YWHA, is staff
consultant. The YM-YWHA is the
functional agency for "Israel 25".
King Orange Jamboree im-
presario Ernie Seilcr has helped
with this major event.
The entire community is invited
to this spectacular salute to Israel
paiade honoring the State's 25th
anniversary.
Judith Kopoloiv,
Yale Fiedler
Exchange Voivs
The former Judith Kopolow and
Yale Fiedler exchanged nuptial
vows Saturday. May 5. at Kino-
Bav Country Club where a recep-
tion in honor of the newlywedr
followed the ceremony. Rabbi
Morris Kipper officiated at the
evening wedding.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Kopolow. 14270 SW |
73rd Ct.. and Mrs. Ella Fiedler i
3441 SW 16th Terr.
For her wedding, the bride wore
i white poly-crystal gown in the
princess style with long rose point
. >i \ It was fashioned with a
high neckline and appliqued with
Alencon lace studded with liny
seed pearls. The matching trair
of poly-crystal was also trimmed
with lace applique and seet'. pearls
With the traditional ensem le, thi
i bride carried a spring bo q el
ol yellow rose-, tulips and da i
Mindy Ko| olow attended her -;.
r a mai : of h mor, and brld
rj Karen Z >hn, Mauri
Lynn Nen
gn I I '
ushers
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i ,. Fiedler
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SCji and M Juni
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On their r turn from a honey-
in in the Grand Ba! am as,
new Mr. and Mrs Fiedlei Will livi
in South Miami
Rosemary's Thyme
By ROSEMARY FIRMAN
The talk at Norman and Nancy
I -poffs dinner party flowed
al! about Watergate and water-
ing holes. The genera] feeling
among people like Morton and
Btama Marcus and Debby and
Larry Hoffman was fear for the
morale of the country. One per-
son whose morale is not in jeop-
So. Dade Hebrew Academy
Will Salute Rabbi Glixman
.".abbi Ralph Glixman. founder serves in the i the South Dade Hebrew Acad- South Dade branch, which is a
err.y. will be honored June 3 at the beneficiary agency of the Greater
school's second annual dinner and Miami Jewish Federation.
Dror Zadok is director of
Hebrew education and Erwin B.
Marshall is director of English
education for the South Dade
school, begun in 1969 under the
leadership of Rabbi Glixman.
Mrs. Fox. the chairman, is a
graduate of the University of
Miami, and a graduate student at
Florida International University.
She is president-elect of the
Florida League of Hospitals, and I
administrator of Westchester Gen-1
eral Hospital.
A member of the board of the
South Dade Hebrew Academy, she
has worked closely with Rabbi
Giixman In attracting lay leader-
ship for the fast growing Hebrew
day school.
Hunter College
Alums Install
The Snuir. Kior.-.i Chapter of
ill.- Hunter College Alumni will
hold its installation luncheon Sun-
day .ii noon in the Algiers Hotel.
Metro Commissioner Joyce Gold-
berg will install the newly elected
officers and entertain., ent will
feature Brenden Holland and his
Irish dancers and bagpipe players.
Ruth B. Frank is president-
elect, and Emma Layman is in
harge of reservations.
RABBI RALPH GLIXMAN
dance Baluting its 11 graduates.
. ia Mrs Morry) Fox. chair-
l of the banquet, announced
selection of Rabbi Glixman,
the acceptance of Arthur Roth
ar.d Dr. Irwin Roth as cochairmen
f the dinner and dance, which
be held at the Eden Roc
Hoti I
le 100 students arc attending
the South Dade branch of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy,
with classes meeting at the YM-
YWHA of Greater Miami. 8500 SW
Bth St.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal ot the Hebrew Academy, ;
Happenings
The Metropolitan DadeCounty
government was named this
week as winner of the Public
Relations Society of Americas
Silver Anvil Award for the most
outstanding public relations pro
! gram in the nation during 1972
' in the Public Service category.
The award was presented to
Ruth B. Kassewitz, the county's
Communication Officer, at the
Society's 29th annual Silver
Anvil Awards banquet in Chi-
cago.
a it a
Carner Bank oi Miami Beach
has added Ramon Suarez-Del
Campo to its staff as a Mortgage
Officer. A native of Cardenas.
Cuba. Mr. Suarez received a
Masters degree from New York
University, and has worked as
a staff supervisor in the re-
search department of the New
York Public Library and as a
senior analyst for Fairchild
Publications. Inc.
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Michael S. Brown was elected
vice president and controller of
Wometco Enterprises, Inc., at
the company's board of directors
meeting. Leon Thaler was
elected assistant treasurer.
vr it ii
Leonard Rivkind. Special As-
sistant State Attorney in charge
of obscenity prosecution, re-
ceived an award from the Miami
Archdiotcsan Council of Cath-
olic Women at their annual
convention! recently for "out-
standing service and continuous
effort in the cause of eliminating
obscenity and pornography."
Richard D. Terebeeki's ap-
pointment as assistant vice pres-
ident and manager of American
Savings & Loan's Main Office.
Lincoln Rd. and Washington
Ave.. was effective April 9,
Morris Broad, president, an-
nounced.
# Dr. Edward N. Teseher at-
tended and participated in the
71st annual Florida Optometric
Association convention in Fort
Lauderdale last week.
ROStWARY fUMAN

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to take 1 to Paris an I oi i
in June No1 hi lik !' ; '<'>
Lond to ] k one n > Lois and
Jay -: .- off io .1 :'
reunion at the Univcr !ty o'
\o>-ta Carolina in Chapel Hill.
Ev t notice hov men love their,
college ivi'-n n -. and women
avoid them like the plague? Lois
and Jay are also talking ab)ut
chartering a yacht and sailing
the Mediterranean, an idea they
got from I'auli and Joel Fried
land who did that in the Baham |
as last summer.
V t
Royal Palm Tennis Club'
Ft ter tournament drew people
from all over the Miami area
Richard Seplcr. Neil Schiff
Woodv Weiser, Ed Rubinoff and
Gen" Minn all entered the men'1
-inal-s division. C.ene, a South
Dnde Ftockbroker, made it to
the semi finals. It. took him five
rack' ts to do it In the women's
diviion, were lean Socket, Mil-
dred (Owen (Democratic com-
mittee woman) Pan'a Barr, Marl
Ivn Robinson. Judy Weiser an I
Sylvia B!au.
t
Can you Imagine having in-
vited 40 people to a surprise
party, ordering al! the ford, th
table arrangements, the liquor,
and even cleaning the house ex
tra clean the way you do when
you're going to have a big party I
and then having to cancel'.' j
That's what happened to Gloria i
Scharlin's plans to surprise How
ard on his 4:1th b'rthday. Some
very uncooperative bug (wh
was obviously unimpressed with j
Marcella, the caterers wrireeil
fe'led Howard and left him fe- I
verish on his 49th. The biggest
surprise of all is that Howard
could ever be sick. Between ten-
nising and skiing he's in quit-
marvelous shape.

The latesl "schtick" among
bright women around town Is to
go into bu Mj run Ruskin
and Mart) Blank are in) i
iti ins Elaine
Silvi rsteia and Joyce Beber havi
their o < n ad' rl mi .
Eileen and Val Silberman
kn iv
by now, Norraa Kipnls Is a stock-
broker. 1 hal Hi : actualizing
yourself If you want a course in
how to do It, Br.ndj Shapiro is
giving one at Temple Israel this
month.
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Eli and Lisa Timoncr's "com-
ing out" party for their newborn
daughter. Andrea, was a vision.
Pink and white flowers arched
the pathway as guests entered
the tent on the side of their home.
red roses were wrapped around
Champagne glasses, and all kinds
of beautiful people were there to
greet the beautiful baby. Rabbis
Leon Kronish and Joseph R.
Narot did the honors. Cm you
believe that Rabbi Narot is 60
years old1 Must be a rumor. Just
to be on the safe side, though,
Temple Irracl gave him a birth-
da) party.
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! larihn Smith's line
nt Evonnf Goolagong and
Chris Eveit after their stunning
il h Fli tnin i Park ten-
..;-i !!',: "Si:, h nice
I n he girls'" Wonder what
would saj > that
pc tn th nk o I
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ear: this !ar. Tema Berk and
Barbara Schiff. Mary Norma
Weinkle, Ellen Mandler and Jack
Hartley were all seen at the
matches, squirming on those
solid, splintering seats. Abby
Meiselman (Barry and Tuba's
daughter/ was there to pick up
ome pointers (and some splint-
ers) to use in the tournaments
she enters. Now there's a
hemishe girl!
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Did you see Hank and Nancy
Greene's new house on the front
page of the Herald? It's the Ar
thur Vining Davis estate. In their
leisure moments they can take
the el .-ator to the top of the
observation lower on their prop-
erty, and spy o.i all their neigh-
bors. Now that's power, Ah,
would that I were one of the
neighbors they spy on. Their land
is breathtaking.
Hey. this is fun. Watch out.
Loueda Parsons wherever you
arc.
'Queen for ihe Year''
The Bol-Bay-Surf Woman's Corps
of the Papanicolaou Cancer Re-
search Institute will meet at noon,
ruesday, for the annual installa-
ion of officers and "Queen for the
Year" program at the Montmartre
Intel
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Friday. May 11, 1973
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5 Concerts In Beth Sholom Series
Page 7-C
"Topping the Tops'- is thr
slogan for Beth Sholom's Greal
Artists S"iin-- for 1973-74, because
Mi! Compel Richard Tucker
' -1' idy Drucker, chairman o!
!'_';' Great Artists Series Commit
. J* '' "" lV nave five prestigiou
concert; in our series.
"Wi opening our series with
' !l ,:i>-' one and only
R 'In ... P( i,. 1 n Nov. 7. Mis:
i earai be fol-
11 a pi .no recital by the
- ron .!:ii is, b c. I
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will 01 rm."'
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Class On Way :?.:)
lh<> third a "/"I gradu. 1
the Lnn riean Co!
: ge rU take p! 1
Sunda: May JO, on the new cam
pus in Kiryat Moshe which bar
the : "The Samuel Goldfarh
Fami,.. Campus" in honor of
Samue Golrtfarb of Fort Lauder
dale
M*ii Bcrr. .(1 Katz of 7979 Crespi
Blvd.. MiaiH Beach, is a Founding
Fellov of the college; Leonard J.
Goldstein, son of Vr. and M.s.
Daniel Goldstein, 2:,Jo Pine Tre
Dr.. i> -,ic dean heading its Amer-
ican office, located at 888 Seventh
Ave., New York. X. Y.
Ann ican sponsored, coeduta
tional and non-sectarian, the Amer-
ican I ollege in Jerusalem is a
four-year liberal arts institution of
hijlhti earning for American boys
and gii Is who want a curriculum
that i. ccared to the academic
background and interests of Amer-
ican > uth, All instruction is in
English students study Hebrew as
their first foreign language.
The ost including tuition.
board and roomIs approximately
13,000 for the school year
Scholarships are available, and
transfn credits are accepted in
Americ; n colleges.
Panel on Health
Tin- Greater Miami rhwtcr of
the American Natural Hvgiene So ,
ciety, w ll have a canel discussion
(,: h< th at ih Wa hington Fed-
eral. 1133 Normandy Dr.. Tuesdaj
at 7:30 m.
The New
American Jewish
Social Club
of Miami
will roSbiate
ISRAEL'S
25th year of Independence
Saturrlav, May 12, 1973
9 PM '1 Hibiscu; Auditorium
955 Alton RJ.. M^arii Beach
MUSIC -* ?OOD
^ENTERTAINMENT*
All proceed' do-iatod to
ISRAEL
For information/tickets call
264-1930
Max Puiver, Pres.
N. Goismbiowski. V. Pres.
Rubin Offenbach. Chairman
Auditorium will house the du
appearance of two greai Metri
rontan Opera Stars. Richan
Tucker, tenor, and Robert Merrii
baritone. Pcb. 21, 1974.
^ The series will cliue at Bet
Sholom with the appearance of tl
child-prodigy-vioiinit, Li.it Gai.
ei. i.: her premier appearance 1
Miami.
"We're justified, indeed. 1
adopting our slogan, 'Tow*"" '
Tops!- it's the greatest musical
^aluc in town!" says Mrs. Drucker.
Subscriptions ,-re being taker
now and information is available
by calling the Temple Office.
Tennessee Rabbi To Speak i21- at Temple sinai. His subject
Rabbi Azriel Sellner of the West j wil be "n,e .kwish Youn8 Adult
Kn4 Synagogue, Nashville, Tenn., ; ot tn? Seventies.*' Program is open
will apeak at a p.m. Monday, May to the public.
A
Tropical Cancer
To Install Slate
Tropical Cancer League of t'
American Medical Center ha
'ted its annual installation luncl
eon for Friday, May 18, at noo'
in the Deauv.ile Hotel.
Mrs. Abner Miller, president 0
' ie County Council ot AuxiHarie
ill conduct the induction cer
rtony. Rnd Patric a Gale will off-
program if 1 with ai
:. ..1 11 the aceordii n,
v, hi( 1 :,. ;
1 1 and .
1 -r. in 1 are Mrs Lou Fi '
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Friday, May
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Pioneer Women, Histadrut Join
To Honor Mrs. Yosef Tekoah
Mrs. Yosef Tekoah, wife of
I.'Kiel's Ambassador to the United
Nations, will be the guest of honor
at a Tribute Lunehenn May 30 at
the Fontainebleau Hotel sponsored
\>f the Israel HLtadTut Fouiula
lioii, Pioneer Women Council of
Gafeater Miami and the Histadrut
^'c men's Council
Hrs. Tekoah's acceptance was
ai kounced by Mrs. Miiton Green.
president of the Pioneer Women
; juncil and general chairman of
v-t- luncheon.
Kuth Tekoah has been a dynamic
U i\!cr for The State of Israel in
h**/ own right, and will receive tlv
li ;.tl iristadrut Foundation Medal !
t Honor for 'inspired an I Inspir-
ing leadership in behalf of the
: I ..d and People of Israel."
Reservations for the luncheon
may bs made at the offices of the
srael Histadrut Foundation or the
i'ioneer Women Council, Mrs.
Green said.
The luncheon, which also will
; feature an address by Dr. Leon
.\ronish, national chairman of the
i joard of the Histadrut Foundation,
is the first joint venture of Hista-
drut and the Pioneer Women in
South Florida.
The Histadrut Foundation pro
I ceeds are used for the health, edu-
I cation and welfare program and
projects of the Histadrut in Israel
with deferred contributions made
by Pioneer Women members ear-
marked for projects of their sister
organization in Israel. Dr. Kronish
said.
Dr. Alice Ginotl To Lead
Temple Emanu-EI Seminars ;
Dr. Alice Ginott, nationally best selling books on relations be-;
r. n< d psychologist, will conduct a tween adults and youngsters have
*. ties of seminars for parents en
been pacesetters in the field of
child psychology.
Reservations for the seminar
gerie* may b; mr.de at the Temple
fflce.
DH.HAiffi GINOTT
Volunfeer Of Year !
Selected By Cedars
Cedars of L'-hanon Health Care
Center will name its 'Volunteer of
the Year" at the annual awards
luncheon and installation in the.
Marriott Hotel Tuesday.
Mrs. Gerri Panerali. director of
volunteer services, and Jay Zis-
kind, hospital vice president, head
the selections committee which de-'
cicled on the winner.
S. K. Bronstein, president of|
Cedars, will be the principal speak-!
cr; more than 153 volunteers are
to be honored for their aid to pa-
tients and to the auxiliary.
Ben Zion Steinberg. Florida rep-
resentative of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation, was named to co-
j ordinate plans for the luncheon,
with Mrs. Green and Mrs. Phil
Sahl, president of the Marsha
i Wolfstcin Chapter of the Histadrut
Women's Council.
Ira Hirschmami
Hadassah's Guest
Speaker Sunday
Some 800 persons are expected
to attend the Miami Beach chapter
' of Hada^ah donor dinner-dance
in the Deauville Hold Sunday at
ti p.m.. according to Mrs. Emanuel
i Mentz, president of the chapter.
Guest speaker for the event will
be Ira Himhmann, author of "Red
' Star Over Bethlehem." "Caution to
ihe Winds" and "The Embers Still
Burn."
Mr. Hir.-chmann. who received
his education at Brown and Johns-
Hopkins Universities in Ba!t:more,
Md.. and at Peabody Institute of
Music, has served as vice president
and general manager of Saks Fifth
Avenue and Bloomingdale. as pub-
licity director of Lord and Taylor
and as president of Television Sys-
tems of Am.'ii i
During World War II. Mr. Hir-
/.hmann served as President Roose
veit's special envoy to rurkey, and
was chairman of the National War
Labor Board. He has served as spe-
cial inspector genera' of the United
Nations Relief and Rehabilitation
Administration in Israel, and as
liaison for the American etnbassj
and Prime Minister David Ben-1
Gurion.
Dinner-dance chairman is Mrs.
Henry B. Wernick; h:>r cochainnan
is Mrs. Sylvia Kurland. They are
working with a committee which ,
includes hostess chairmen Mm.;
Hyman Ahranr and Mrs Rol Dane, |
donor credit chairman Mrs. Louis
Kane, visual aids chairman Mrs.
Harry Eisner, journal chairman
Mrs. Bertha Kohansov, seating |
chairman Mrs Joseph Rosenberg
and Mrs. Bess Baruch, treasurer.
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Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dublin, (leit) who will receive the JNF
award at the JNF-Kneseth Israel banquet, are shown with
congregation president David Eisenstein and Rabbi David
Lehrfield, (right) spiritual leader.
Award To Be Presented
To Dub I ins At Banquet

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tiled "Communicating with Chil- \
uren and Teenagers.- beginning
Thursday, May n. at Temple
Emanu-EI
Sponsored by the PTA oil
Temple Emanu-EI, the six-month
ci ine will be on a one-daya i
i.i ith schedule, 10 a.m. to noon,
with a break for luncheon and
I rnoor sessions frcm 1 to 3 p.m. :
Mrs Jerome Uffner. president
oi the PTA. announced the ap-
Do ntment of Mrs. Lester Misheon
as chairman and Mrs. Seymour]
Aiterman as coordinator of the
inaj series.
Dr. Ham Ginott, hu-band of the
iaa, director, will make guesl
. pearances during '.he scries. His
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The annual JNF-Kneseth Israel
banquet, which this year marks
the 25th anniversary of the State
of Israel, will be held in the
temple's social hall at 6:30 p.m.
Sunday, May 20. according to an
announcement mrde by David
Eisenstein. president of the con-
gregation,
Mr, and Mrs. Louis Dublin will
be the recipients of the JNF
Award oi this occasion. The pro-
gram will include a musical
n mentation b.\ Maes'ro Shmuel
Fershko, who serves as JNF pro
gram dire
"Mr. ;:') Mrs. Dublin arc being
recognized for their outstanding
achievements and philanthropy on
behalf of Israel, the Jewish Na
tional Fund arid the congregation."
said Rabbi David Lehrfield, spir- '
itual leader "Tuey exemplify the
true spirit of Judaism,' added Jay
Dormer, president of the JNF
Council of Greater Miami.
Cantor Saul Breeb. chairman of
JNF congregational and highrise
activities, also lauded Mr. Eisen-
stein and Rabbi Lehrfield for their
"magnificent support and co-
op, ration."
ZALKA
UNVEILING SERVICES
Unveiling services to the memory
of the late
ALBERT A. ZALKA
will be held Sunday, May 20rh et
11:15 A.M. at Mt. NeSo Mausoleum,
with Rabbi Irving Lahrman officiat-
ing.
Friends ani relatives art
invited to attend.
Call 444-9831
for reservations
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MAY 13
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Friday, May 11, 1973
"Women for Hills!" is sponsoring its first luncheon-fashion
show in the Deauville Hotel Thursday, May 10. Among
those responsible fcr the original musical show entitled
"The Family Tree" are, from left to right, (front row) Mrs.
a Weinbera, Mrs. Phyllis Classman and Mrs. Robert
Shupack; (back row] Mrs. Sanford Greene and Mrs. Arnold
Woman of Valor Chosen
By Women For Hillel
Women for Hillel, which sup-
ports Hillel Community Da'
- hool, has selected its 1973
Woman of Valor or "Esches
ayal" described in Proverbs
31:10-31 as "the perfect house*,
trusted by her husband, obeyed by
her servant-, admired by the
people Shu is kind lo the poor
I gentle to ail She is self-
respecting and dignified Her
husband and children praise her
as the source of their happiness."
The presentation of the award at
Thursday's luncheon and fashion
show in the Deauville Hotel was to
be a surprise to the recipient, who
has worked selflessly for the
school since its inception. But her
entire family is expected to be
present to see her honored.
mi' fashion show, themed "The
Family Tree." features a numbei
of original skits depicting the life
of a woman between the birth oi
her first son and her 50th wedding
anniversary.
Women for Hillel is also pre
senting several Honor Roll Awards
on this occasion and two awards
to representatives of the media
Fred K. Shochet, editor-publisher
ot The Jewish Floridian. and Adon
Taft. Miami Herald Religion
Editor.
Mrs. Arnold Sheir is president
of the group. Working with her
on arrangements for (he luncheon.
which will be an annual affair, arc
Mrs, Sanford Greene. Mrs. Joshua
Weinberg. Mrs. Robert Shupack
and Mrs. Phil Glassman,
Beach Hadassah Groups
To Install New Leaders
The following groups of the noon at the Imperial House. The
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
have scheduled programs for Mon-
day.
Morton Towers will have its in-
stallation luncheon at the Algiers
Hotel. Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, pres-
new slate of officers will be in-
stalled by Rabbi Aaron Shapiro.
Hadassah associate. Mrs. Emanuel
Mentz, president of the Miami
Beach Chapter of Hadassah, will
be guest speaker. Mrs. Israel
ident of the Miami Beach Chapter; (Louelia) Shapiro, life member of
of Hadassah, will be the installing i the national board and area major
officer. Buses will be provided, gift chairman, will be an honored
Eddie Klein will entertain. Mrs. ?uest. The entertainment will be
Claire Abrams will be chairman of provided by Miss Llla Savitt. Mrs.
the day. Mrs. Bobby Indig. fund-; Florence Barth will preside,
raising vice president, is program
Chairman. Mrs. Philip Houtz will Shaloma Group will have a card
preside. party on Tuesday at noon at the
Mt. Scopus Group will have a -,hore Club Hotel. Refreshments
musical installation at 12:45 p.m. '. wi" De served. Mrs Anna Stone
at 5 Island Ave. auditorium. Mrs. wil1 Presi(1e-
Sfpni^^r a" iS PreSident f For,c Towers GrouP will hold its
wi.J rru Pn u "Motion ceremonies on Monday.
Southgate Group will meet in the M 21 7:30 jn Q-
Sou.hgate Towers at p m. Wcst Avc. auditorium. Theme for
Mothers Day and Israels 2nth Jhe evcnj wj bc ,
anniversary w.il be highlighted. j08eph ,1nfcs Wlll j *
Shirley Ka.ne presiding. offic,,, M p,^ JJ^
Bay Harbor Group will have its : will present a musical program
installation luncheon at the Bal- with Rose Glick at the piano. Mrs
moral Hotel at 11:20 a.m. Jerry Rose Godlin is program chairman
buk will be installing officer. Mrs. Jules Lessem v.ill preside
Entertainment will be offered by________________________
accordionist Miss Patricia Gavle. aa_____u-.ll n i n .
mis. Joseph Scheid will preside. M^or Proclaims Potma
Henrietta Szoid installation at Prisoner of Conscience Day
the Algiers Hotel at noon. Mrs, Mayor Chuck Hall has pro-
Sherman Fast, former president of claimed Sunday as Potma Prisoner
the Miami Beach Chapter of of Conscience Day in Miami Beach.
Hadassah, will be installing officer. The Florida Council for Soviet
Entertainment will be provided by j Jews will host a "Time of Remcm-
Man.ey Rosensweet, accompanied > brance" from 13 p.m at the stage
by Olga Bibor Stern. | area, Lincoln Rd. and Euclid Ave.
Herzl Group will have its closing j ,. ,
meeting of the season at the Meml>ers of the Council will
Algiers Hotel at noon, with Mrs I I?rvc part of the Sovief Pr'son
Rose Zeigmund presiding. 'd,ef smuSgled to the West by a
Golda Meir r,.n in u ,"lonJew'sh ptma inmate. The diet
ineZturJ,T i P haVe ,ts consists of: breakfast, soup, Lunch
installation luncheon on Tuesday soup, Dinner, gruel and fried fish
Hebrew Academy Women Select
Mrs. Feldenkreis And Daughter
Dorita (Mrs. George) Felden-
kreis and her daughter, Fanny,
will be honored May 23 at the
annual Journal Luncheon of the
Hebrew Academy Women, it was
announced Wednesday by Irene
(Mrs. Leonard) Adler, president.
Mrs. Feldenkreis, a vice pres-
ident of the Hebrew Academy
Women, recently was elected pres-
ident of the Cuban Hebrew Con-
gregation Sisterhood. She is one
of the Cuban Jewish community's
leading workers in behalf of both
Israel Bonds and the Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund.
Fanny. 12, is a sixth grade stu-
dent at the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy and has assisted her
mother in her duties as brick
chairman for the organization.
Mrs. Feldenkreis has served as
hostess for numerous luncheons
and other meetings of the Hebrew
Academy Women at her home, and
has been a tireless leader in the
successful fund raising effort for
the new M Twitzer Building.
The Hebrew Academy Women
dedicated the auditorium of the
building Wednesday in ceremonies
officiated at by Rabbi Alexander
S. Gross, principal.
DORITA AND fASNY FflOFNKRf/S
Planning the Memorial Day Patriotic Rally,"
to be presented by B'nai B'rith Lodge 1591,
May 26 at 7:30 p.m. in the Miami Beach Aud-
itorium, are (seated from left) Samuel Pas-
coe, chairman; Sidney Z. Rockwell, lodge
president, and David E. Rubinson, ledge
president-elect. Standing at left is George
W. Valentine, vice president of Chase Fed-
eral, and Irving Schctzman, lodge treasurer.
is at right.
South African Student Journal
Accuses Israel Of 'Oppression'
JOHANNESBURG (JTA)Jew-
ish communal leaders here are
concerned about attacks made on
Israel and the local Jewish com-
munity by a small group of Jewish
tudents at Cape Town University
who publish, under the sponsor-
ship of the Students Jewish Asso-
ciation at that university, a student
journal called "Strike."
The articles about Israel are of
ihe 'new left" variety, accusing
the Jewish s'.ate of "oppressing"
the Arabs.
The articles on the local Jewish
community criticize Jewish com
munal leaders and the rabbinate
for reneging on Jewish ethics by
not opposing apartheid, and for
allcdgedly maintaining silence on
low wages paid to African workers.
They also accuse the South Vfi lean
Jewish Board of Deputies of al
legedly climbing down from past
attitudes to a position of silence
on political issues.
One article in the paper bitterly
attacks South African industrialist,
Harry Oppenheimer, as a "liberal
THE riSHUV sent 85,000 vcl-
Unteers to serve World War ll
hi various British Army unite.
Now a for.-st Is is to he com
meinorated to them and will l>,
planted at "Latrun H:IV i,.
Emek Ayalon. north of the Jeru-
salem-Tel Aviv highway. Spon-
soring the forest are the United
Israel Appeal :.nd the E\-Sr\-
Icemen's Organization. Part of
the forest will he named after
Moafee Sharett, one of the found-
ers of the orig.-ide.
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stooge" who is instrumental in
maintaining the prevailing eco-
nomic structure, which "exploits"
African workers. (Oppenheimer
has in fact been one of the lead-
ing figures in urging an improve-
ment of African wages, and in
raiding African wages in the in-
dustries which his companies
.ontrol.
D. K. Mann, chairman of the
South African Jewish Board of
Deputies, dissociated the board
from the Cape Town Jewish gtu-
; dents Journal, "Strike" saying that
| it was contrary to the Ion;* estab-
| ltywd policy of the Board of
Deputies to adopt a political stand.
Asked about the journal's attitude
to Oppenheimer. whom "Strike''
regarded as "the embodiment of
racist canitali .in." Mann said that
he certainly did not a :r with
their views on Oppenheimer.
R,H > FerSf Qt,ended Q Puiim banC*Uet at ,he Men
Comm .""? Y U ,hC QUSpiCG3 f 'he ,aCOb C- COO"
oZeGr?t ^ogue. The banquet was held on behalf
paan ShM I' ^ Federa1^'* 1973 CJA-IEF cam-
su of ll"?- abMVe %m Ief,) ore Michael Shashar. con-
Jacob C Coh'n llk Ci'y' Wh was auest -F^er:
Rabbi r'ibn? ? PreSldenl f lhe I,hodox congregation;
Rabb Abrahamw'SPlrv!,Ual leader f ,he congregation;
znLb;?h^n^rtrer-senior rabbi-and ld


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Shira Baumgaii and her grout.
swirling in the dance pattern ;
of Israel as pait of the program
of the "Nighl in Israel" held in
Flamingo Park c:i the eve o.
i i i's 25th anniversary c{ in
dependence. This major event
was coordinated by producer-
directoi Shmuel Ferahko. Mrs.
ra Rothfield, was chairman of
;he "Night in Israel"; Mrs. Bur
!cn R. Levey serves as chair-
nan of she k:5: 25 Commltts >
of Gi6ati r*':- ml
Amids; the "A Night in the Gardens o! Spain" decoration i
at the Lehrman Dory School Scholarship Ball in the Frie
lc n 1 Ballroom are Dr. and Mrs. Irving I^hrmcn and Mr. an;'
Mi s. Samuel N. Friedland. Mr. Friedland is chairman cf tb.3
beard of Temple Emanu-El, which named its Hebrew day
school in honor of Dr. Lehrman, rabbi for more than 29 years
GucsU at the fifth annual Lehrman Day S-hcsl Scholars!
Ball of Temple Emanu-El were greeted by Mr. and Mrs.
Horry Zuckerman (left) ond Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pearlman.
Mr-:. Pearlman was chaiiman of the hC3tess committee for
the h ghly successful event.
Contois Jacob Mendeleon cf Beth Tcrah Congregation
m Abraham Self o4 Kneseth Israel Congregation, Sol
Breeh ( le Beth Raphael, and Zv< Adler of Temp!-
E*rcnr-E>. participated :n the prayer service pre]
;: ; :i S tcnley A. R'ngler, director cf the University cf
M He! [ewish Center, at the "Night in Israel" h
ot Flamingo Pork S
^Biree f the guests at the parlcr brunch hosted by Me>
dc :. i, '. | ff and David Feinbsrg pose at the r- I
..of the pool. They aie Mis. Alan Lederman, (let) Mi i. He
c x'y end Mrs. Larry Tornek.
l. David Feinterg (left) and Mrs. Ncrman Lipoff (right)
jjjootcd a parlor meeting and brunch for South Dade Jewish
women April 25 in Mrs. Lipoff's home, where an increase of
BO per cent in giving to the 1973 CJA-IEF campaign was
reported. With them are Mts. Melvin Glass (second from
and Mrs. Barry Prusin.


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