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

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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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*eJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY find THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 46 Number 21
Miami, Florida Friday. May 25, 1973
Two Sections Price 25 cents
CHARGES SOVIET SECRET POLICE SPIRITED HIM AWAY
Mother Appeals to Nixon for Kidnapped Son
By Special Report
Dr. Evgeny Levich, the 24-year-old astrophysicist son of famed
Soviet Jewish activist Prof. Benjamin Levich, was abducted May 16
by two military and one civilian government personnel and Illegally
inducted into the Soviet army.
As retaliation for his and his i
father's Jewish activities, Soviet | claimed medical exemption. When
authorities had been trying to force: told by the military to prove this.
him into the army. Evgeny, ill lie made arrangements for medical
with several internal disorders, i tests and was on his way tc Mos-
cow's Hospital No 1 with hi3 wife
when the kidna-ping occurred.
According to Mrs. Tanya
Levich, Evgeny's mother, in a
phone conversation with the
Student Struggle for Soviet
Jewry, Evgeny's abductors push-
ed him into a car which sped
off, leaving his wife standing in
the street.
His father, moth"!- and wife, the Communist Party, where i
after receiving no re-ponsc from functionary in charge of milit;- -
the Moscow military or police on affair.; told them Evgeny had be n
question! of Evgeny's whereabouts, inducted, without medical examira-
went to the Central Committee of Continued on Page 2-A
Brooklyn Boy at White House:
Leonard Garment is First Fiddle
By RICHARD YAFFE
Jewish ChronicU N-- Bervlce
The man who played the
clarinet in Woody Herman's jazz
band is now on first fiddle at the
White House.
He is Leonard Garment, the
new acting counsel to President
Nixon, son of a "nice Jewish
couple," according to one who
went to grammar school and
Hebrew school with him in the
Crown Heights Section of Brook-
lyn where he was born, and mar-
ried to a "nice Jewish girl" and
has two "nice Jewish children."
"Len knows he's Jewish," I
was to'd, but no one seemed to
know how deeply he is in-
volved in Jewish matters, if at
all. Jewish leaders who have
had to have dealings with the
White House report he has al-
ways been sympathetic to their
causes, and heipful at all
COLUMN TO APPEAR
Mindlin Joins
Floridian
Fred K. Shochet. publisher,
announced Wednesday that
Leo Mindlin has accepted the
post of associate editor of
The Jewish Floridian.
Mindlin's widely-read col-
umn will appear regularly
beginning with today's edi-
tion of The Jewish Floridian
on Page 4-A.
Mindlin is associate pro-
fessor cf literature at Miami-
Dade Community College
South and will remain in that
pott. i
times, although he is not the
"White House Jew" since Nixon,
unlike his predecessors, has
none.
I also spoke with the man who
spotted the then young Garment
in law school during a "moot
trial" and was so impressed with I
him that he broucht him into the
prestigious law firm of Mudge,
Rose, Guthrie and Alexander, to
which the name of Nixon was to '
be added later. That's how it all ]
began. He found himself handling
the trial aspects of the cases
Nixon brought in, and the two
men got to know each other well.
"A brilliant, brilliant man" is
the way his discoverer, who pre-
fers to remain unnamed, dc- [

Continued on Pane 3-A
Photos which have now reached the Student Struggle for
Soviet Jewry show Yuri Poch (right), a 23-year-old Odessc
economics student sentenced to three and one-half years
after asking to leave for Israel, and engineer Yuli Tartakov-
sky (left), a Kiev activist of the same age, facing possible
trial after the Brezhnev visit to the U.S.
UO MINDLIN
Grenade-Throwing Italian Anarchist
Spent Two Years on Israeli Kibbutz
TEL AVIV (JTA)Gianfranco Bertoli, an Italian anarchist
arrested in Milan last week for throwing a grenade that killed on"
person and injured more than 40 others, spent two years on an Israeli
kibbutz as a volunteer, it was disclosed yesterday.
The members of Kibbutz Kar-
miya, a Mapam kibbutz in the Gaza
^'trip, had no idea that he was a
fugitive from Italian police who
had entered Israel under a false
name with a stolen passport.
Italy meanwhile has asked po-
lice agencies in Israel, France,
Switzerland and Britain for help
in finding out whether Bertoli's
act was part of an international
conspiracy to create disorder in
Italy. A 35-year-old Arab be-
lieved to be from Yemen, was
arrested in Venice Saturday on
suspicion of being linked in the
alleged plot.
According to Israeli officials,
Sertoli, 40, arrived in the coun-
ry two years ago and was directed
to Karmiya by a central office
that directs all volunteers from
abroad to kibbutzim.
The kibbutzim are selected with-
out regard to their political affilia-
tions. The officials said that Bertoli
carried a valid passport and that
he was never suspected or ques
tioned because there was no In-
terpol bulletin out for a man of
lu.-' description.
He was known at Kibbutz Kar
miyz as Massimo Magari. He told
the members that he left home be
cause his parents were separated
and his girl friend had left him
He spoke little of his past and
was apparently well liked by many
of the kibbutz members. When his
one-year volunteer term expired
he signed up for a second year be
cause "I love the kibbutz way of
life."
BUILDING DESTROYED
Air Force Plane Crashes
Into Tel Aviv Synagogue
TEL AVIV(JTA)An Israeli Air Force plane crashed
Sunday morning into an empty synagogue at Kiryat Tivon east
of Haifa, destroying the building but injuring no one. The pilot
bailed out safely before the crash. The type of plane ami the
nature of its mission were not disclcsed.
The crash occurred at 9 a.m. local time and police immedi-
ately cordoned off the area. The synagogue building was gutted
by flames before the fire brigade could put out the blaze.
The interior, including the Ark and Torah Scrolls, MH
totally destroyed. The town council announced immediate
plans to rebuild the synagogue.
A supermarket some 20 yards from the synagogue building
was full of customers at the time and police said it was miraculous
that no one was hurt.
TESTIMONY ON JEWISH EMIGRATION FIGURES FORM RUSSIA IN QUESTION
State Dep't. Official's Figures 'Incorrect'
WASHINGTON (JTA) A
State Department official's ac-
count before a House subcom-
mittee here of the assurances
President Nixnn reportedly re-
ceived from Soviet leaders re-
garding Jewish emigration was
strongly disputed by a Jewish
spokesman who testified before
the same subcommittee. Walter
Stoessel, assistant secretary of
=tate for European affairs, told
the subcommittee on Europe of
the House Foreign Affairs Com-
mittee that "the President has
received firm assurances that the
present Soviet emigration policy
which has permitted the current
level of emigration will be con-
tinued indefinitely."
Jerry Goodman, executive di-
rector of the National Confer-
ence on Soviet Jewry, claimed
that Stoessel was "100 per cent
wrong absolutely incorrect."
Goodman told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency after the hear-
ings adjourned that no such as-
surances were contained in the
memoranda read to 15 American
Jewish leaders at a meeting with
President Nixon in the White
Hous" on Apr. 19. Goodman, who
attended the meeting, said In-
memoranda from unidentified
Russian leaders, referred only to
suspencion of the Soviet educa
(ion lax on emigrants.
He noted th.it the White House
pros; secretary. Ronald Zeigler,
had made no refference to assur-
ances regarding the rate of emi-
gration when he briefed the press
after Nixon's meeting with Jew-
ish leaders Nor did Sen. Hugh
Scott, the Republican Minority
Leader, refer to such assurances
sifter Senate and House members
met with Nixon and were read
Tli- same memoranda, Goodman
said.
Stoessel told the JTA that the
assurances he referred to were
mentioned by Secretary of State
William P. Rogers in testimony
Apr. ?0 before the Senate For.,
eign Relations Committee. But he
couldn't say where Rogers learn-
ed of them. In addition to Good-
man. Dr. Hans Morgenthau, a
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Brooklyn Boy Makes it at White House
Continued from Page 1A
Kribed Garment. "He was on his
way to becoming one of Amer-
ica's leading trial lawyers when
he went to Washington instead."
He pr.used. But then, he would !
have been, in my opinion, a great
jazz clarinetist if he had not gone ,
into law. He would be pre- :
eminent in anything."
1 a.ked U he still plays the :
clarinet. "He used to pkay at
oiii Sim's dances when he was
with us, and you ought to see
him marching around the liv-
ing room, piping away, with his
two bids following him like a
Pied Piper." The clarinet and

Leonard Garment is President Nixon's new act-
ing counsel, filling the gap left by John Dean,
ihe President's former chief legal adviser, who
resigned after being implicated in the Watergate
affair. Who is this Brooklyn-born Jew thrust
into the center of power?
the start with Woody Her-
man's was during university
years to help pay for his edu-
cation.
Although Nixon and Garment
AJComm. Elects Winter
President at N. K Meet
By Special Report
NEW YORK Elmer L. Winter
of Mih aukee was elected 16th
Commi'.'ee as tiie organization
concluded its 67th annual meetinp
at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel here.
Winter succeeds Philip E. Hoff-
man. Newark attorney and real
estate investment executive, who
University, as honorary alumnum
>!' the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem, and a past vice president
ind chairman of Big Gifts of the
presi( of the American Jewish i viilwaHikee Jewish Welfare Fund.
He lias been the recipient of the
B'nai B'rith Interfaith Award and
if the Brotherhood Award of the
Milwaukee Chapter of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews.
respected and even liked each
other, this did not reach into the
political level. Garment, a liberal
and a democrat, voted against
him in the presidential election
he lost and the one he won. al-
though he helped out in the
Nixon campaign.
Mitchell Made Suggestion
It was John N. Mitchell, the
then Attorney General, who sup-
gested to Nixon that Garment be
brought to Washington, just as
it was Garment who suggested
that Mitchell manage Nixon's J
presidential campaign. For Gar- j
ment. ii wa.-. not an easy decision.
He had joined the law firm in ;
1949 and been made a general
partner in 1937. and legal plums
such as those do not grow in all
climates.
As fate would have it. Garmer.'
had to spend considerable time in
Washington for his firm, and
would call on the President. Dur-
ing one of these trips. Nixon
asked him to become a special
assistant, and he accepted.
Thus, he and Daniel Patrick
Moynjlviit,now the Ambassador
to India, became the White
House's two visible liberals,
and both retained their liberal
friends outside those sacred
precincts, and remained loyal
to them.
As a liberal in a conservative
environment. Garment was not in
the swirl of White House power
but was used by the President for
such tasks as visiting Indian res-
ervations to find out what was
bothering their inhabitants, or
going to military bases in Europe
where there were racial out-
bursts. His influence in the White
House seemed about nil.
An Outspoken Critic
He then spent no time trying
to "please the boss." to the con-
trary: He was an outspoken critic
of Nixon's nominations of both
Clement F. Haynsworth. Jr., and
G. Harold Carswcll, both turned
down by the Senate, to the Su-
preme Court.
Then came Watergate, and
the firing ot the White House
inner guard, including John W.
Dean, as the President's coun-
sel. Mr. Nixon needed a man
with precise!) Garment's qual-
ities: brilliance, honesty. lo>
ally, to his principles as well as
to his country.
Garment tried to talk
President out of it. but event
he accepted the job when Nix i
appealed to Ins loyalty.
CM He Do It?
Can Garment do it'.' "He i~ pre-
eminent in anything." his fri I
at his former law firm repeated.
Is Garment as easy-going as he
looks? I asked. "Not at all" was
the reply. "He is very inten- >
about what he's doing and a strict
taskmaster over those who work
for him."
But with that, lie has "an abs -
lute joy of life." which lie shares
with his wife and two children
on a 17-acre estate which he rents
11 miles from the White House.
There he and another Jewish
colleague, Dr. Henry Kissinger,
are in the very center of Amer-
ican affairs.
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President Nixon, was elected an
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in AJC were Richard Maass, of
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Inc., as president, one of the
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Friday. May 25, 1973
Jewish Fioridian Two Faced 'Energy Crisis'
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The American "energy crisis"
takes two directions. One is eco-
logical. Here, the oil producers
and distributers say nothing about
why there is a crisis. They simply
argue that the crisis means short-
age and that it is therefore neces
sary to ignore the "ecology
freaks." the impractical college
professors and their idealistic
hippie followers. What is needed
is to permit them to tap new
sources of supply to make up
for the shortage, particularly off-
shore drilling installations.
The argument goes something
like this: Oil wells may muck up
Mindiin
your favorite bathing beaches,
but wculd you rather suffer ex-
tra environmental pollution or
Volume 46
Fnday, May 25, 1973
Number 21
23 IYAR 5733
A'Mixed Bag'Of Opinion
An impressive array of Jewish organizations, repre-
senting otherwise diverse viewpoints, have joined to-
gether in opposition to the proposed amendments to the
Constitution relating to the assignment and transportation
of students to public schools. They include the three de-
fense agencies, American Jewish Committee, Congress
and ADL the three leading religious bodies, Orthodox,
Conservative and Reform, the Jewish War Veterans and
ihe National Council of Jewish Women.
When the issue was on the ballot in Florida last year
the Jewish voters represented a mixed bag of opinion that,
however, stood out in contrast to the final count which
showed 75 per cent of the Dade voters againist busing .An
analysis of the precincts in Dade County with a large Jew-
ish population revealed a much smaller proportion on the
anti side, although this was not the case in the poll made
by the National Jewish Population Study.
In testimony before the House judiciary Committee,
the organizations agreed on a statement that busing of
school children must be used to undo segregation just as
it was used in the past to achieve it. Adoption of such a
constitutional amendment, it was said, would be a signal
to the world that the American people had departed from
the principles of freedom and equality. President Nixon's
support of such measures was called "tragic and prob-
ably illegal "
Measure Of Israel's Strength
Now that the fanfare and glomour of the 25th anniver-
sary celebration of Israel's statehood is over, the political
leaders are beainninq to turn their attention to the serious
social needs which that nation faces.
Because Israel must be security-conscious, because
defense costs so much and so little money n left for social
needs, the campaigns aqainst poverty and under-privilege
have not progressed as fast as some feel is neces:ary. In
a speech several months ago which was largely ignored,
Abba Eban warned that there is an "evil spirit" in Israel
society which can be met only by a return to such tradi-
tional Jewish values as the love of freedom, tolerance,
equality and human brotherhood.
As Prime Minister Golda Meir stated in an article
which appeared here, reflecting much of what Eban was
driving at it is important that the "tolerant, humane, em-
pirical flame in Israeli thought should triumph ever ten-
dencies of extreme national terror." And, in that spirit, she
made it plain that the joyful 25th anniversary will be fruit-
ful if it offers a chance of accurate and hopeful self-
appraisal. *
The process, as Israel prepares for the election of a
new government in a few months, has already begun. And
in that process of debcrte lies the true measiue of Israel's
strength.
Jewish Authors Recognized
Outstanding works in the fields of Jewish history the
holocaust, Jewish thought, fiction, Yiddish poetry and chil-
dren's books have been recognized with awards given by
the Jewish Book Council at its annual meeting.
This is a welcome custom for, too often, the many fine
endeavors of Jewish authors have been ianored in the
past and their books not brought to the attention of the
public. Among the men and women honored this year are
such distinguished authors as Elie Wiesel, Dr. Samuel
Sandmel, Arthur Zuckerman, Johanna Reiss. Robert Kot-
lowitz and Aaron Zeitlin. In the field of Yiddish-poetry,
the annual prize given this year to Meir Sticker is in
memory of Harry and Florence Kovner, who were local
residents.
higher prices at the gas pump
or possibly even rationing?
That is why, these nights o
TV, you're bound to see your fav
orite actor standing before a ter-
nfyingly unsightly, not to men
lion filthy, off-shore drilling
operation, dressed in rumpled
corduroys, meaning he's telling
it like it is.
And what he's telling you is
that if America gives into th-
ecologists. if America oppose,
the off-shore drilling, then the
oil companies have done the :
best to keep us posted. We. in
our ignorance, have chosen u..-
to listen and must suffer the cor
sequences, which is to say tr.
shortages, the higher prices, pos-
sibly even the rationing.
Refusal to Panic
The second direction
American "energy crisis" takei
is political. Here, we arc
very spe ifical'.y why there is
it It has to do wit
lie East with Arab oil n
Ura
But being specific doe-
necessarily have anything I
with teliing the truth. And tl
truth i> that the Arabs wan
more equitable .-.hare of the prof
armed by the foreign pradu
ci.- exploiting their wealth. I:
this, they can not be blame.:
Wh> not say so11 Instead, a ver
clear economic inequity is trans-
lated into the language of oil
plcmacy, and Arab resistance
ran:< exploitation is interprets
for us as Arab hostility towa
Am ricar. support of Israel.
What we are meant to belie
i< that there w.iuld be no "en-
ergy crisis" at all if Washington
would quit maintaining Israel .i-
a phalanx of old-style west.
Continued on Page 11-A
COMMENT
We all know aboul gastro-
nomic Judaism, the ethnli
Ication that is about the
. nlj tie some have to the people
o! Israel.
I HAVE been puzzlii
past few da; s aboul t!
nomic significance in beii
member o( the Miami B
Tourist Development Autfa
and if anyone can help, I would
iate it.
The reporter covering the
TDA meeting la-. Thursday tor
the Miami Herald provided us
with a bit of unexpected drama
in the story. Commenting on the
nation of Gui Govaert as
executive director. TDA member
Arthur Bant Is quoted as savin::
"I would like to wish Mr.
Govaert the best of luck. We're
sorry to see him go. We appre-
ciate what you have done for us
but I think you made the right
deci-ion."
AND THEN the story's bomb-
shell:
"With that, the board re-
cessed to eat the corned beef
sandwiches and kosher pickles
and sweet rolls they had ordered
sent in for lunch."
SOME OF you may consider
the bomb a bit of a dudso what,
you may ask. is the significance
of that last sentence? That's
because, unlike this obsessive
reader, you didn't curiously poke
your nose into the same story
that same afternoon in the
Miami News. Reporting the re-
action of the TDA members to
the Govaert resignation, we
quote:
' Tne announcement left the
five remarkably dry-eyed They
voiced their thanks for his serv-
ice since last September, then
tucked into the roast beef and
turkey sandwiches brought in
by t irity's secretaries."
\S AN investigative reporter
ii I thi se kids
' ... my curiosity was
le new journalism
fii i rt ng i n a light
rful. the new edit-
the heavj
r possible inv
in not only giving
menu but in conflicting re-
ts of what the TDA members
tuall: at
1 have not bothered to click
either the Heiald or News
ters or members of the
Tourist Development Authority
as to what they actually ate.
Why spoil a possibly good
column"
BESIDES, it enabled me to
divert conversations over the
weekend away from the Water-
eat > with the possibility of a
fresh political conspiracy the
implications of which are today
as vague as the first news of the
break-in at the Democratic Na-
tional Committee. Most people
at :irst needed some prodding
with direct questions since they
couldn't quite grasp the differ-
ence in the two luncheon ac-
counts.
But once into the brainstorm-
ing. the ideas came well. Could
there be anti-Semitic overtones
in the Herald account-5 The fact
that the TDA members are all
Jewish is well known after
all. it is Miami Beach and
could there be a kind of ritual
slaughter meaning in that having
rid themselves of Govaert they
proceeded to express their joy
with -corned beef and kosher
klei." the main Jewish sus-
tenance?
NOT ONLY was that possible,
but the News reporter, having
fcv EDWARD COHEN
read the Herald account hefon
writing his own. then attempted
the cover up (most of the N
editors are Jewish i with
turkey sandwiches,
what could be more WASP
than t.iat. especially if, as sus
pected, they were covered with
Thousan Island dressing?
And, as the News piece SU
pointed out. 'brought in by the
authority's secretaries." to be
contrasted with the cruder and
less-informed (but posi
prejudiced?) Heiald bit about
the "Jewish" sandwiches that
'they had ordered sent in
lunch.''
THERE WAS one of the
panel, however, who sees Wat<
gate in terms of a great
spiracy that involves the entire
system, including the press, and
all done for diverting the Amer-
ican people from the real issue
which is that we are heading
into a Great Depression and
Richard Nixon is being offered
as the sacrifice to appease us.
And he sees the luncheon report
on the Tourist Development
Authority as just another one of
those conspiracies designed to
keep the real news from us.
In reality, he surrnisesi.all five
ordered ham on white with let-
tuce and mayonnaise. Imagine if
that had been printed in the
local newspapers alongside of
Watergate. That story would
have been diminished in the
minds of a public which is pro-
testing the loss of soap opera
programs in favor of televising
the Senate hearings. Just another
co ver up. folks, unless you have
any other ideas of your own.
Remember, though, that while
you read it here first" it is only
hearsay. .


Friday, May 25. 1973
+Jewisfi fkirktirui
Page 5-f-
State Dep't. Official's Figures Incorrect'
Continued from Page 1A
political,,scientist of City Univer-
kitj;. New Yortr, and Albert Arent,
o( the National Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council, testified
Mny 1 before the House subcom-
mittee. All said that the situation
of Jews in the USSR was worsen-
ing.
They responded to questions by
subcommittee chairman. Rep.
Benjamin S. Rosenthan (D.-N.Y.)
and Rep. Peter II. B. Frelinghui-
sen (R.N.J.) Dr. Morgenthau
stated flatly that the "basic pol-
icy of the Soviet Union was not
changed at all by the assurances
President Nixon received" from
the Soviet leadership.
Chamber Conducts
Membership Drive
Greater Miami-Israel Chamber
of Commerce is currently in the
midst of a membership drive in
South Florida.
Harry Rich, president, said that
the chamber was formed to gene-
rate business between Israel and
South Florida for the benefit of
both.
Rich, whose floor covering firm
is known throughout Greater
Miami, explained here that the
area is a ripe market for intro-
ducing new products and new
ideas for merchandizing in Israel,
as well as a ready market for
products made in Israel for sale
here.
Arthur Rosichan. executive di-'
rector of the chamber, explained
here this week that several Israeli
firms have already contacted the
organization for information about
shipping and marketing their
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education tax on emigrants which
has reportedly been suspended as
, "a particular tactic to prevent or
at least control the emigration of
Soviet Jews." He said, "Its ces-
sation has not materially affected
the fate or the condition of Soviet
Jews. Instead of being prevented
by taxes from leaving they are
now prevented by other measures
more burdensome." Goodman said
"it is not the education tax but
the arbitrariness of Soviet policy"
that makes it important to enact
into law the Jackson and Mills-
Vanik amendments to the U.S.-
Soviet Trade Act. He noted that
the number of Jews whose visa
applications have been rejected
is increasing and in some areas
where applications were formerly
allowed they are now refused.
Arent, Goodman and Dr. Mor-
genthau each pointed out that
while Jews are permitted u> leave
in "fairly respectable" numbers,
visas are being denied to Jewish
activists and that there are 42
Jewish prisoners of conscience in
Soviet jails. Dr. Morgenthau re-
ferred to the cases of Benjamin
I.evich, a scientist, and Valery
Fanov, a ballet dancer, whose ca
reers he said were "ruined" by
the refusal to allow them to emi-
grate. The witnesses were sub
jetted to sharp questioning by
Frelinghuiscn.
At one point, he asked what
right the U.S. had to interfere in
the internal affairs of the Soviet
Union.
Replying Dr. Morgenthau said.
"This is an assumption I do not
accept. Freedom and lack of free
dom of emigration affects more
than one country the country
of departure and- the country of
destination. The U.S. has an in-
terest as a possible recipient of
these emigrants.
Stocssel said in his testimony
that "The President recognizes,
as we all do, that all of the prob-
lems have not been resolved." He
noted that the Soviets have per-
mitted some 60,000 Jews to leave
over the last four years and said
it "seems reasonable to speculate
that as long as there is a Soviet
desire to see U.S.-Soviet rela-
tions improved, the Soviet lead-
ership will see to its own best
interests to pursue an emigration
policy that will not arouse public
and Congressional hostility in this
country.
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Friday. May 25, 1973
Histatlrut Foundation, Pioneer Women
Schedule Jerusalem Day Celebration
Greater Miami Jewry will celc-
l ite Jerusalem Da\ Wednesday
\ -. a community-wide salute to
the sixth anniversarj ol tne re
i icatiea oi kraal's capital al
Fontainebleau Hotel.
A seminar an f luncheon, spon-
- : I by the tsrael Histadrut
Foundation and the Pioneer
v i men Council of South Florida,
v .. lind( i was 10:30 a.m.
Wednesday, designated Vum Veru
> aiayim in the Stat.' of Israel and
i i Jewish communities around the
woi Id.
be Ar..:. Consul of Israel In
N(v. York an.l Deputy Consul
(.. *al in Charge ol Political
. rs for the United Slates, will
be I le keynote spei >i for the
luncheon. Reservatioi may he
, .,' the offices of the Hista-
irut Foundation. Pioneer Women
>r from ofticer.s of the eosponsor-
mg Histadrut Women's Council.
Us. carol Rutgers Mathews,
"manual c ilumnist of the N n
t'ork Post, will be the principal
aker at the seminar on personal .
nancial planning highlighting the
morning session, She writes daily
in the Post and formerly was the
nly female financial reporter with
the New York Herald-Tribune.
Mrs. Milton Green, president of
the Pioneer Women's Council, is
chairman of the day. with Mrs. Phil
Sahl. president of the Marsha
IVolfatcin Chapter of the Hista-
drut Women's Council, serving as
cochairman.
Dr. Leon Kronish, national
chairman of the hoard of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation, is honorary
chairman of the seminar and
oindieon, and will participate in
the Jerusalem Day celebration.
Oi. 2 Declares Freedom
From Federal Funding
Mr, Araii. a captain in the Israeli
irmy during Its victorious Sinai
Campaign in 1956. is a graduate of
the Hebrew University of Jem
al in with both B.A. and LL.B.
jegrees in political science, inter-
national relations and law.
He joined the Israel Ministry
for Foreign Affairs in 1862. and
lias sen d in key posts in Jeru-
salem. London and New York. Mr.
Arad is slated to become Minister
>f Israel to the United States in
Washington, a post held by Am-
bassador Simcha Dinita before he
became his nation's chief envoy to
the United Stati -
Ms. Rutgers, whose articles have
appeared in such diverse publica-
tions as The Nation. Barron's and
.he new women's magazine, Ms..
received her B.A. from Vassar
L'ollese and her M.A. from Colum-
bia University,
She writes daily on such sub
! jects as taxes, inflation, stock and
bond markets, devaluation ami
currency speculation, savings and
debt, interest rates, federal budget.
personal finance and other Anan
Cial subject-.
Jerusalem Hay is celebrated ac-
cording to the Hebrew calendar.
The city was reunited June 7. 1967,
! on the third day of the Six-day
v\.n alter Israeli armed forces
repulsed a Jordanian attack on the
Israeli sector.
CAROL R. MATHIWS
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By ISABEL GROVE
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til for inth t local sup-
Mr. Frates empha in d
H hlig itin j In epen lence Week
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i nev director of ch. :i Com-
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i to the Minneapolis Star as
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Hebrew University
Conference Slated
lecture at the Harry Fisohel
Kabbinic School for Judges and
Kahbi Stern Honored During Visit to Israel
Kabbi Tibor H. Stern, spiritual honor at a banquet in Jerusalem
leader of the Jacob C. Cohen Com- given to celebrate Israel's 25th cha,red a meet,n ,,f the Inter"
muity Synagogue, has returned anniversary. national Friends of Bickur Chollm
from [rael where he was guest of Rabbi Stern also delivered a Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack s. Popld
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Popick and Leoi
J. Ell, all of Miami Beach, wi
DR. SHIMON ACR.'.NAT
lea I a Floi id egatior to the
a ii Founders Confi n
the \mer u in Friends of the
Hebrc I ni' Ij in Was hington.
1. day conclave
uled June 9-10 at the Snon
Hotel in the nation's capital
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I .nervations for the conference
ay be made al the Miami Beach
| flees i< the American Friends.
Founders of Ihe Hebrew Uni-
vi'rsily of Jerusalem. Israel's
aldest and largest institution of
higher learning and the national
jnivcrsity of the Jewish people,
are those who have contributed
o25,000 or more to the university.
Justice Shimon Agranat, pres-
ident of the Supreme Court of the '
Stale of Israel, will be the prin-
cipal speaker and guest of honor
it the conference. Announcement
jf the conclave was made here
Wednesday by Harry A. (Hap)
Levy, president of the Greater
liarr.i Chapter of the American
Friends and a Founder of the
Hebrew University.
Mr. and Mrs. Mat I'opick. who
live in Washington and Miami
B ach, are members of the host
committee for the conference.
Lev) said, The Jack Popicks and
Mr. and Mrs, Ell returned early
this month from a meeting of the
international beard of governors
of the Hebi w University in
fi rui Blem.
Jack S. Popick i- :. member ol
,lie internalton I bos d, national
\ ice pi sidi nl of the American
ends and past president of the
Ireal r Miami Chapl r.
Levy said the co. lave, most
igni.lcanl in Ihe United States
ver called bv the Hebrew Uni-
r'ei'slty. will include addresses by
Ambassador Simcha Dinitz, former
Supreme Court Justi Arthur J.
Goldberg and former Ambassador
Avraham Harman.
Justice Goldberg is national
honorary president of the Amer-
I lean Friends, and Ambassador
; Harman is president of the
Hebrew University.
Jerusalem Day Luncheon,
Forum Slated Wednesday
One of Israel's foremost young
diplomats and one of the United
State:.' most prominent financial
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columnists headline the exciting
I Jerusalem Day Celebration Wed-
nesday ai ihe Fontainebleau Hotel.
A fori'm on personal financial
plann'ng begins at 10:?0 a.m..
I with Ms. t'arol R. Mathcws of
i the New York Peat discussing
1 the exp'osive economic situation.
1 Her dailv co'umiis in the Post
j are noted for their clear ex-
1 planations of the most compli-
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The Honorable Moshe Arad.
brilliant Deputy Consul General
I for Political Affairs of tl." Stale
I of Israel, will be the keynote
I speaker at the luncheon. Admis-
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1 son, according to Mrs. Milton
1 Harriet) Green, chairman.
Reservations may be made at
the offices of the Israel His-
taiiut Foundation, 420 Lincoln
Road, or at the Pioneer Women
headquarters, 605 Lincoln Road.
Telephone reservations ma> be
made by calling 531-8702 or
538-6213.
Mrs. Green, president of the
Pioneer Women's Council of South
' Florida, hailed the first joint effort
of the Histadrut Foundation and
the Pioneer Women in the South
Florida area. The Marsha Wolf-
stein Chapter of the Hi tadrul
Women's Council, headed by Mrs.
: Phil (Millie) Sahl, is serving as a
cosponsor of the Jerusalem Daj
fete.
I Dr. Leon Kronish, national
I board chairman of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation and pres-
ident of the Rabbinical .".so-
i eiation of Greater Miami, said
! the observance of Jems lent
Lay "is In many ways more
significant than the celebrs'ion
1 of Israel Independence Day.
I Jews the world over are (Mer-
< mined that never again will
Jerusalem be divided." I'e will
; take part in the historic pre
; gram Wednesday.
Consul Arad, who was a captain
in Israel's brilliant Sinai Campaign
j in 1956, is a product of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem with de-
' grees in both law and political
\ science. He has beer in Govern-
ment service for more than 11
year-, and works closely with new
Israel Ambassador Simcha Dinitz
in maintaining close Israeli Am, r
1 [can tics.
The Israel Histadrut Foundation
'is seeking to raise S3 million for
I the Histadrut Mortgage Fund
j through Histadrut Annuity Trusts
'. which pay 8.8 per cent interest per
; annum to donors. The proceeds
will enable Histadrut to provide
I financing for low cost housing for
. Israeli veterans and young nwricd
i couple* I'D. ADV.
You Are Cordially
Invited To Attend
The Celebration Of
JERUSALEM DAY
WEDNESDAY, MAY 30
TONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL
SEMINAR AND
10:30 A.M. FORUM ON
PERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNING
Featuring
MS. CAROL R.
MATHEWS

Financial
Columnist
N. Y. Post
"Stocks, Bonds,
Mutual Funds
Are they Hor You?"
Ms. Carol Mathews
Luncheon Welcoming
The Honorable
MOSHE ARAD

Consul of Israel
Speaking on tha
6ih Anniversary
of ihe
Reunification
of Jerusalem
C-msui Monhe Arad
AUSPICES: ISRAEL HI r FOUNDATION;
PIONEER Wl -'-;
HISTADRU r J
LUNCHEON $3 R.S.V.P.
531-8702 or ''3


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Pag 8-A
vJenisl' rttjfJUbft
Friday. May .25, 1973
Edith Jacobscn presents a plaque to Dr Nathaniel Scroii en
_ehalf of the members of his class in Bible and H?br3\v
iteratuie in the Institute c: Jewish Stu lies marking bis com-
pletion of 15 years as inslructor cf teachers.
Dr. Scroll Receives
Plaque Frcm Students
that a always at
hi- :. gerl ;-
.......n in tlu and i .
.: ,'i Is were ad -
v irof( by the mem-
is class in Bi
i I iti ratm of the Institute
Jewish Studies of the Central
ncy ior Jewish Education.
They marked the close of one
Pt.iod in Dr. Soroff's life as con-
st rant for the past 15 years in
the former Bureau of Jewish Edti
i. :on and instructor in the Insti-
tute and presaged the opening of
a new era of permanent settlement
in :he land of Israel.
For more than a decade and a
half, Dr. Soroff was guide and
mentor to a host of teachers seek-
in: to develop their knowledge
oi Judaism and their professional
sk.ls as a teacher.
Ifl Dr. Soroff. the teacher found
h -ympathetic ear. a source of
knowledge, and a keen analyst of
the teaching process. In his life-
long dedication to Jewish educa-
tion, the teachers of this com
ii unity saw a model to emulate, a
model of wisdom and devotion
:ned.
Each year. Dr. Soroff organized
six weekly seminars in which the
i -tanding educators of the com
munity and of the national scene
v> ..Id come and convey to the
teachers the latest principles in
hods and materials. He would
i the meetings and encourage
' participation of each of the
teachers in response to the
le.' .irer.
It was however, in his classes
ir the Institute of Jewish Studies
Dr. Soroff found his greatest
pleasure. The weekly classes, deal
;r._ with the study of the Bible
with modern Hebrew litera-
ture, were the highlight of his
vities. and he prepared assid-
u. jsly for each lesson, bringing
t. both novice teacher and veteran
i tator the fruits of his Judaica
His with the c -
.i- more thai te h r-student.
ii- ath r one ol '.' i be-student,
n whi ch one i' the partlci
nts gained fr<~m Dr. Soroif not
only a fund of knowledge and an
intellectual challenge, but also
ittention as an individual.
Dr Soroff himself felt that his
elationship with the class fulfilled
the rabbinical dictum. "Much have
1 I learned from my teachers, more
: from my colleagues, and even
i more from my students."
At the closing session of this
year's classes, the students, some
of whom had studied with Dr.
Soroff for more than a decade,
presented him with a plaque, with
gifts, and prepared a program and
party in his honor. Dr. Soroff re-
sponded by indicating his willing
ness to renew the class in the land
of Israel as soon as five members
of the group would join him in
;hat country.
Dr. Soroff studied in Yeshivot
in Europe, and received his Doc-
! torate at Dropsie College in Phil
! adelphia. He served as a consultant j
! o the Board of Jewish Education
in that city before coming to
Miami in 1955.
From his first days in this com-
munity, he involved himself in a ,
variety of cultural activities, serv- j
ins. as the president of the Moadon '
Ivri. the Hebrew speaking clubs
uf the area, and on a host of other
committees.
Dr. Soroff's greatest support,
and a woman of culture in her
own right, i- Mrs. Fania Soroff
who has been a mainstay of the
Pioneer Women in Miami for all
if their years of residence in this
community.
Now the Soroffs will take up
permanent residence in Israel. As
a parting gesture, the Hebrew
Educators Alliance of the Greater
Miami area honored Dr. Soroff at
their annual gathering this past
Sunday evening.
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The essence of family life will
be central to a special day care
program at the YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami which will begin
June 4.
The program is being funded
in part by a grant from the Na
One special feature of the pro-1 will act as foster grandparents to
*ram is that Nancy Ponn. head the children,
teacher and Richard Anderson, I Openings still exist for the pro-
assistant teacher, will serve as gram, which will utilize volunteers
. k .-. tu .hMM from the National Council of Jew-
parental substitutes. The children jsh Women under the di,ection of
will receive meals and special Bobbi Gilbert. Further information
%<
n part ov a gram irom ine ;\a- ""' T7T_ i T .. \Z
tional Council of Jewish Women ;^im instruction, a,sjye!l a, utter. in be obtained by ealhn^th^
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Childhood Development program
of the YM-YWHA, which is a ben-
eficiary of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation's annual Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund Campaign.
Day care activities, specially
designed to serve families with
pre school aged children (ages 3-5)
will be held from 7:30 a.m. to 6
p.m. in order to serve families
where a single parent or both
parents work.
Temple Sinai Men's Club Installs 1973-74 Officers
Temple Sinai Men's Club of-
ficers and board members were
elected for 1973-74 and installed
by Rabbi Shapiro at the Sabbath
service of May 18.
Taking the oath of office were
Charles Pierson. president, Samuel
Albert and Abraham Edelstein,
vice presidents: Isaac Schonfeld,
recording secretary; Abraham Sap-
eritsin, financial secretary, and
Sydney Burkholz, treasurer. Board
members are Joseph Binder, Sid.
ney Burd, Louis Deutsch. Albert
Freeman. Philip Friend, Louis
Garber, Jack Harari, Rubin Jacobs.
Samuel Sisholce, Nathan Widlitz
and Abraham Zirn.
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+Jewish norMi&n
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Your kid needed braces, your car
developed asthma,and your savings
are all tied up in groceries.
So how can you afford a vacation?
It's tough. You made more money this year
than ever. But it all went into your kid's
mouth and other places. Now you're stuck.
No money for two weeks in the mountains.
Or for a new car to gel y< '; 11! ore. That's
wh; illy.
Write your way to the mountains
with Supercheck.
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With a Supercheck account you can't
bounce a check. And the service doesn't
cost you a cent until you use it. Even after
you use it you'll find the interest rate is
less than most major credit cards charge.
If you have a persona! checking
account at one of the banks listed below
drop by and fill out a Supercheck applica-
tion. Or we'll mail you one. If you don't
have an account with us. come in and apply
for Supercheck along with your checking
account.
So. a minute ago you couldn't afford
a vacation. Now you can.
A painless auto loan.
Just because your wheels gave out on you (
doesn't mean you should give up the trip, j
We can come to your rescue with a speedy;
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new car. That way you'll have the nice,
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The sooner you arrange one of our \
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And may we wish you. your wife,
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Friday, May 25. 1973
1 '' I......,-.N,.,!(,.. .,. .
Jhe fKaibi ^Soca^s \from \Tfte pulpit
PI | 'Ut'liLi |
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Little Word, Big Meaning
By RVRBI SAD1 NAHMIAS
Sepharrlic Jewish Center
r guard and watch over. Watch over
he commandments so tnat they
i vvon't get away from you.
f in MY statutes ye walk, and T() acqujro (j,js heritage 'akes
, MY commnnd'ii-nts ye keep, Uxertion of mind and dedication.
and do them: then ." (Lev. but it is easily lost through neglect |
26:3.). I and failure to iransiate knowledge
The Torah promises that obeeli ;nU) acti0n. Money may be pre
ence to the laws will bring mate-i servea" iu not touching il: hut
I I, tangible rewards namely. Jewishness and knowledge one
.efficient rain and plentiful hnr kp,.ps on|y as iopg as |,e usos n
t The sentence begins with a little j
The phrase "II ye walk in my word< im (jf) it ;s a little
statutes" is pregnant with mean- won) wj,|, bjg meaning -If [s
g. We -peak of walking i.i shoes. a wor,| that can lift us to the heights
:, ndals or boots. The Torah im- f ecstacy or cas( us down to th<
. thai God's laws maj serve a f)epths of despair.
..:pose similar to thai of shoe-. -if may |)e a Key word in gen
it ai .-hoes protect the foot from erating in us a sense of content- j
jagged rocks on the road, so ,,,, But this little word can also I
i g law. if properly observed, can acj aa a poisoned arrow, stimulat
feguard a person against the u profound regret,
hazards and obstacles on the high- T;)|. word ;.;>n (.;msi, ^
<'..'> of lite. ..... (ll|. in(| pajn |n j^,
Can anyone deny that the Shal .,.,;, We haVi, f,eard
;:.! :
SAM PASCOt
Samuel Pascoe
Takes Presidency
Samuel Pascoe will be installed
a.8 president of the Hillel Advisor;
Hoard. B'nai B'rith Hillel Founds
tion. University of Miami. Sunday
at noon, in the Algiers Hotel. IK
succeeds Theodore Sakowitz.
Mr. Pascoe has held numerous
' observed in the traditional .,,,.,- .-, man chastising himself: [offices in B'nai B'rith He served a
iidnner can prove the most el- -|f T ,,,,. had ..,.,, ,,,,, to I president of the B'nai B'ril
ive medicine against th< grim take advantage of a Jewish educa .'il of South Florida Lod
reaper called heart attack? It is ,il)n inftead of ,;:,,.;,.. "hooky.1 nu. Florida State \ i n oJ
- Jaj in whicl ins soul can i, ,u murh embnrrassmenl I could B'nai B'rith Lodges He i i
uw wings, in which he may ex have spared .uyself." member of the I ird I
juriencc true peace of mind. \\ .. h over your spiritual i D| trict Grand Lod e? Fivi
'And keep mj ciHumaiidnients." sessions n hei will be no i life presid nl I Miami I .
" to pla tie you. : B'nai B'rith i odge, \ h<
rhe word "TISHMfc'Rl means to
William Lehman
hi Charge Of
Installation
Robert Kanzer Chapter, N'a-
tional Jewish Civil Service Em-
pliyees, will hold its installation
;-. nquet on Saturday at the Shore
', iub Hotel. Cocktails at (5 p.m. will
oil wed bj dinner.
Congressman William Lehman
will induct the following slate:
Sam Neman, president: Nat
Taksier and Florence Cordon, vicr
presidents: Henry Kisher. trea
si rer Puth Mendel, secretary
Norman Hill, .serjeant-at-arms, and
Abe Kaye, chaplain
Serving on tiic executive board
will be Dave Adler and Ance
I evinson,
Herbert Gopman
Heads Delegation
To JVv V Meet
rtin nt of Florida Com I
"resident for two l<
rJi
Other officers 'o be installed al
'die luncheon are: vice president
ieorge Kotin, who is also instalia i
'lion committee chairman, :i | -
.'president of Maccabei Lodge and
ice president of the S( ul lorida
i un< il: Bi a Barg, Abi Chi ckman,
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CANDLELIGHTING TIME
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Vice chairman.
Mr. Golden will act as master 1
^ Ainsiee r,. t-erctz or Coral
"tables, national judg" advocate
>nd J\vv se< ind highest officer, of ceremonies, (ioorge TaUanoH
ill attend 'he sessions, along with | honorary chairm in Society ol
eo Slachter, national adjutant. Fellows. Anti-Defamation League
"id Irvin Steinberg, NBC secre-1 j8 installing Officer, and Rabbi
lary- ; Stan e. Ringler, dire-tor of Hillel
Other NEC members attending' Vvi h studen< Center, will be
he meeting we .lack Berman. a | ';"(,', speaker
tember of JWV's national policy
tmmittee: Norton Leff, delegate Youth Symphony Concert
Marge, and M. Jay Berliner, nu-1 Thn r.__ ., ,.
ional TV-radio officer. I e Cwmen Nappo Youth Sym-
s phony will give a free concert at
JSSZ '/'Tvvv" l Sn,fsi',C- "I8 pm Mondy at lh(> North Miami
-ember of JWVs naional person- .. ,,.,
.1 committee, will also attend. '"^ Aud,t0'i""- Peter Fuchs is
-gether with Maurice Weinman ol roiwuotor, Marjorie ifahn, asso-
i?mi Beach, a member of the ': >te conductor and Ruth Chilton
commenlator.
SYNOPSIS OF THE V/EEKLY TORAH PORTION
Behokothai
"If ye walk in My statutes and keep My commandments and
d i them ..."(( rs XXVI, 3-XXVII)
REWARD \ND PUNISHMENT: Moses concluded this sec-
n of H" law !> contracting file rewards for ol.-edience and'
the punishment for vi djt:on of God's commandments. Obedience,
he told the people, would bring projperity and p?ace. The land
.vould yield such abundance through the rains falling in their
easons, that thj farmer would be occupied the whole year round
lathering bis crops and vintage and planting his seed. God's proa
I C( among his people would, ensure the enjoyment of peace
without fear of enemy invasion. Disobedience, on the other hand
neant disease, defeat, famine and the horrors of siege followed
y national destruction and exile. Nevertheless, if they repented,
od would not reject Hi- people but remember His covenant with
he patriarchs.
REDEMPTION CF VOWS AND TITHES: There were occa-
lons whan an individual might bind himself by a special vow
o maks a voluntary contribution towards the upkeep of the
lanctuary, In this section provision is made for the redemption
if such vows relating to the person, animals, houses and fields.
11 e gen nil principles are as follows: should a person dedicate
lie valuation of himself or a member of his family, the redemp-
m ley paid to the treasury was to be estimated according
ii the and sge "f the person involved. Once a man d dicated
i cl n animal which could be used in sacrifice he could not
ib I it bj mother, or redeem it. He could, however, redeem
ils by paying their value is assessed by the priest,
fifth. A timila proc dure was followed for the redemp-
m d< die iied h n
T!i i .1- iv tion of a dedicated piece of land was calculated
Ii .i ue, based on the amount of seed required to sow
fi>i :. period of 49 j .irs, and a proporti nate allow-
ii was !' ii or the number ol years i i elap e before the next
jubi ee \ first ing, which already belonged to God, could never
l-.e d die:; d as a voluntary offering but if il b came blemished
ii u;.- either t be redeemed bj th- payment C the additional
fifth or be sold, the proceeds going toward, the upkeep of
the i ." iv
; I i tho of agricultural produce could be commuted for its
valui son f'fth, whereas the tithe of newborn animals
could ni vcr be redeem d
Thi concluding verse emphasizes that these were the com-
mandments given by G u to Moses on Mt. Sinai.
rCabbinical evisioH
r,
rograntt
May 27 Ch. I, 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
(Repeated on eh 2 at 6:30 p.m.)
Host: Rev. I.uthtr C. Pierce
Topic: National Quinmester"
Guest: Rabbi Mi ni- Kippi r, Temple Judea; Phyllis
'Mrs David) Miller, member of Dade County
id of Public Instruction
May V, Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship H >u
Host: Rabbi Morton Malavsky, Temple Beth Shalom,
Hollywood
May 27 Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
mi Am
f- H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA.
TION. 995 SW b?th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
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AMSHC EMES 2r,:3 SW 19th Av.
American Traditional Judaism. Rab-
hi J. Marshal. Taxay. Cantor So'
Pakowitz. 1
BSTH AM (Terr,)le>. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr.
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bu .'."i"^ -Jur ce vamcne.i 19 0-EV SHALOM. 738* Bonita Dr. Or Cllffrtint
... flA?HAE:- iTempie). 1545 jef. .hodox. Rabbi r-neat Weberman ur,_.M .,,""
rtr -DAv<'- Conrvatlve. Rabbi Cantor Leo Radir. 30 V?,RANU1 PAV'D CONGREGATION.
David R.-;ab. Cantor Saul Qreeli 20 ...... T ''"roing Ave. Orthodox. Ratbl
ne-,_. .... -_*----- SEPHARDn. JtWICH CENTER. 845 1 '"" D- v,ne- ;0
ut h SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase Colling Ave. Ratbi Sadi Nahmlat. 31 fOR7 LAUDtHDALt
oSUr-'SKN oSStir KrniS2'1 CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542 \ "ll?,^*^ ^T^J^^
BETH TPM.AH. 9*33 tUC|,d Av.. 0r/ Zg~ "" "^ *? | C^J'^^^
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami' GREGATION. 715
bbi Mor
decai Chairr.ovits.
north miax; beach
POMPANO BtACH
MwGA,IbC,JEW,SH CENTER 540,
l.-iv > p mi Hiirh -.l...,.i it;,.in itior.
1 i" ii i "''/;-:'V. L-Ivlni Nlon BcbtoII" mil
ilW rhHehnikorr will dltx-UHH "A
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HAEIITE CENTER, 3i/s SV/ 25fh
St. Conservative, rlabhi Paul J
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11 I BETH JACOB
; Satui lay a.m. Rabbi Orthodox. Ratb
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.. Washington Ave. | Rabbi Eugene Labov.ti.c^a ^ rM0.RA "*') Za-r
I Shrnary.ihu T. Sv/!r I ward Kloin. cantor Ed- Conservative. Rr.bbi Ma
i Berger. Cantor p. Hillel
iora Av-
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Brummer.
MIKAMAH
'SRAEL (Tompla) seth St
Contort...... ., Df ?
Cantor Abraham Kcstor u



Friday. May 25, 1973
flfwisi) ncrScUan
Page II-A
Amcng the Silver Anniversary trustees ci Israel Bonds who
took port in the dinner honoring Rabbi Leon Kionr'.i and
Robert Russell were (left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Popick
and Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Fried.
Leo Mindlyi
Two Faces Of
'Energy Crisis'
(Continiipri from Page 4-A)
klonialism in the heart of the
fiddle East. The Arabs wouldn't
lire how much the western co-
lo'i ,1 exploiters pay them per
i of oil if only the exploit-
er wore i Zionist.
T h in mer the point home,
1 a, Algeria Iraq an I '
Bust e ': si ie I pum ling oil
I ly and issued stat i
[th.'! the slov il iv 'i was to ui I
f; in th ir tip orl of Arab rights
i:. Palestine.
S < far, the official American
v on has been n I by a
:':- ilai i in..i to panl : A isl
: >( retary ol Stal Joseph J.
g. t told to the pa
< of th Vm ri u I
r.'.: Publii fffairs Com nittce
p in i'i Wa1 hingtoti that '>il
d would not slo do n
II n\ ition's search foi .i
I >ful si lutio' i the Israel-
I nor would thi ad
;: : bel ind I
I plan proposed al th ex-
1 en of Isri el.
Peace with Honor'
?inc.^ his assumption of the
(presidency, Richard Nixon has
Bl own greater support for b-
| r.n'li needs in practical terms
than any of his predecessors,
. the Sisco statement is not
surprising. But Nixon's benevo-
! nee toward Israel has nothing
1. do with his vision of himself
as a kind of Rooseveltian earth-
mover.
Having achieved what he keeps
telling us is "peace with honor"
in Southeast Asia, the President
is now determined to turn his
attention toward "peace with
, in the Middle East. To
Insure his niche in history as he
...ns it, there is no telling
. ,-. much he will be willing that
,. l should pay for it. Obvi-
iuily, ilv> Dulles-Eisenhower
ic tag of ll'.iii is out of the
: bul from there, where
one go?
Are the Golan Heights too ex-
, n.-ive to pay for peace? Or
Sharm el-Sheikh, or even the
. eary charade about internation-
alizing Jerusalem?
Worst of all about this, in his
Nobel-heated imagination, the
President could be strutting the
I iards, playing the role of peace-
p, while in fact submitting
Vrab Oil diplomacy in the most
ensc of diplomacy as du-
i licitj and betrayal.
!( thus far President N'ixon has
I to act in either direction,
I is because he is still preoccu-
,1 v ith his peace making ef
forts in Vietnam, which obvi-
. isl; are far from over and far
: m successful. From that shaky
- mce, i! would be unrealistic fol-
io offer llimsi II as mediator
in the Middle East.
Also, Watergate has embar-
i the President so pro-
thai he does nol have the
bargaining leverage he needs now
American Red Magen David Asks
For Marcus Blood Bank Funds
to try to brine either the .Arab-
or Israel into a bargaining i
" I evi n the b -' rewards that
plomacy promises .. i mat-
tei i co irsc can disguise this
Dead Center An il; sis
e Ha' 'i that w
bchi ;
i m celeb
; Israel in \\
m : o ne I i > weeks
il i ,
|i r I ixon i ven ha i '
(dm | in ou
n ;
co talki ,l about the "myth
of '( "i \ hit h ive o
111 i 'l '
nt." On ih i
th re is the myth thai
Si W ar wa I he i.....i1 o) a
i i | | !au
.........isl sracl."
in Hi j Vi b si Ie, th excu i >.
v ij '.....make p< ace have h
i m i latfovm from
v hich i<> launch a -v. war."
with his a Id
h ire th i Am I i
lie Vffairs Committee, Sisco c
no d iser on cither occasion than
; .:. ad center analysis of
administration's portion to a;
meaningful discussion of what
i President has in mind
whether, in light of our continu-
ing troubles in Southeast A '>
and the Watergate agony, he
really has anything in mind at
all.
The Russian Lesson
Does this mean that SO lot
the I resident remains numbed
by the shocks of his Vietnamese
failure and Watergate that Israel
is immune from the pressure of
i diplomacy Probably not, cer-
lainlj no more immune than wi
are fn m the fraud of a trumpi '
up "energy crisis." which Con
gress last week announced it in
tends investigating for possibl?
acti m against the na-
, major oil producers ana |
distributers.
Until something better than
tr>i> "energy crisis" stalemate
comes along, what ought to be|
borne i:i mind is the lesson the |
Arabs l< arned from the Russians.
Despite their immense desire to.
please the Arabs, the Russian
have no need of Arab oil, and |
th ;. buy little if any of it ex*
U lure of trade. Thai >
Of the Arabs' bitterest dis
appointments in their setting off]
of East against W< i
Fo- our part, we do need Arab
oil. But it is a two-way street.
rhe Arabs need us as customers,
and can not really afford to use
,,1 as a political pressure point j
for any undue length of time.
Once we learn this, oil diplom-
acy will become another one of.
myths Sisco talked about j
before the American-Israel Com-
l ... hi fact as mythic as the
energy crisis" itself. |
An urgent appeal for contribu-
tions to the American Red Magen
Javid lor Israel was issued tad
>.) by Samuel Reinhard, Florida
tate chairman of the organization
which raises funds for Israel's
official Red Cross service.
Mr. Reinhard said the Red
Magen David needs mouey to i
.-omp.ete the expansion and mod
jrni/.atiun of the David Marcus
Blood Bank in Israel, named in
ionor of the American arm)
inel who became Israel's first
encral and was killed in the
.:.4;: ;:) War ol Independence.
He said the organization has mel
is ouota of specially equipped
hi lodmobiles, through the gener-
osity of the Greater .Miami Cuban
li-wi h community and other indi-
viduals and organizations across
the nation.
But. said Mr. Reinhard. there is
a need for additional cardiac
escue ambulances of the type
Topic: Problems Of Aged
i he Miami Beach rev nan m di
vision has announced that Dr. Dan
id Me,!-, ine ill present a pro
. entitled, "Problems of the
South Shore t 'om
I nl r, ...;. 6th SI liami
. < i i t 2 13 p.m. Dr.
Mc !\ ini psych >logi
.. done exl nsivi work in m it
ting and I /atin i the
I to care nself.
dedicated recently by Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Dreschcr of Mi imi Beach.
Working with Mr. Reinhard arc
David Coleman, president of thi
Miami Beach chapter of he
American Red Magen David; Mr.
i Drescher, Joseph Ilandelmari and
1 Mark D. Soroko, national boarc
members; Rabbi Alexander S
Gross, honorary chairman:
Gerald Schwartz, public relatii
counsel lor the agency.
Slate headquarters for
American Red Magen David
Israel are m lintained al I e
Greater Miami Hebrew Acaderr
jf which Mr. Reinhard is -
vice president.
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*Jewisti Mori din or
-Jewlsti th>rldlkwi
Friday, May 25, 1973
. i :'.
Friday, May 25, 1S73
Rabbi Sclemon Schifi (sicend horn left) director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Community Chaplaincy
Service, was recantly installed as president of the South
Florida Chapiams Associa:ion. Shewn above (from left) at
Ihe inaugural dinner ais Aden Tafl, religion editor of the
Miami Herald, Rab' i Schiff, Dr. George W- Miller, inrom-
ing president, who is director of pastoral care and service
chaplain at the Baptist Hospital of Miami, Inc.. and Father
Thomas A Griffin, S.J., Catholic chaplain at Jackson Me-
morial Hospital, outgoing president of the South Flcrida
Chaplains Association.
Chaplains Association
Installs Rabbi Schiff
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. director
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's Community chaplaincy
Service, was installed as president
of the South Florida Chaplains
Association at a .Miami Beach din
ner Monday night.
The South Florida Chaplains
Association is an organization ol
chaplains of most major faiths. It
meets regularly io explore and
exchange ideas on how to better
serve troubled pople. The member-1
bhip includes chaplains affiliated
with hospitals, health care and
correctional facilities, industries,
the military and other institutions.
According to Rabbi Schiff, who
has headed the CCS since its in-
ception in 1966. 'The highest ideal
of Judaism is human compassion.
] feel I can best fulfill this ideal
through the chaplaincy.
"To relieve the pain, suffering,
anxiety and despondency which
exists in hospitals, nursing homes,
prisons, mental hospitals, centers
for the retarded and others, can-
not be done in any profession to
the degree that it is done in the
chaplaincy.- he added.
Other officers to be installed
with Rabbi Schiff include the vice
president. Dr. George W. Miller,
director of Pastoral Care and Serv-
ice Chaplain at the Baptist Hos-
pital of Miami, Inc.. and secretary
treasurer Rev. Henry c. Bailey.
Dade f!utv Con-options and Re-
habilitation Department chaplain.
Amony the tasks which Rabbi
Schiff hones to achieve during hi?
term of presidency are: inaugurat-
ing chaplaincy programs in institu-
tions whi:h lack them, encouraging
more clergymen to enter the
chaplaincy, mobilizing the SFCA
o that it can function smoothly in
lisasters or emergencies and in-
tituting SFCA seminars and con-
ferences for psychologists, psychi-
atrist-;, social workers and chap-
ains so they can better integrate
their services.
The outgoing officers are: Father
Thomas A. Griffith, S. J.. Catholic
chaplain at Jackson Memorial
hospital, president; George Can-
zoneri. Chaplain at the South
Florida State Hospital, vice pres-
ident: Chaplain Jack Kirby Sides.
Chaplain at the V.A. Hospital,
ecretary-treasurer.
The master of ceremonies for
the event was Rev. John W. Mill-
ally, director of Department of
Pastoral Care, Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital.
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Leonard Robbins Reappointed To Advisory Council
The appointment of Leonard; Bank of Hollywood, First National
Robbins, a Hollywood attorney, to Bank of Frallandate, and the Sec-
another two-year term on the Na- j ond National Bank of West Holly-
tional Small Business Advisory | wood.
Council as a member-at-large has
been announced,, by Tom Butler,
district director of the Small Busi-
ness Administration.
As a member-at-large, Mr. Rob-
bins participates in the semi-an-
nual meetings of the district coun-
cil and will attend the annual meet-
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week.
The council serves as an advis-1
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immunity, as well as channeling
j information to various local busi-
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Mr. Rcbhins, a partner in the law
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Resnick & Schneider. Hollywood.
is a director of the First National I
Mr. Robbins is active in commu-
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Zionist Board To Convene
At Dutch-Treat Breakfast
Sam J. Perry, president of the
Rroward Zionist district, announc
M that the group will hold its last
hoard meeting for the season Sun-
day at 9:30 a.m., in the Holiday
Inn. 1925 Harrison St.. Hollywood.
The agenda for the "Dutch-treat"
'ireakia;! meeting will include a
report on the recent Kfar silver
meeting, the coming annual con-
vention of ZOA, membership, and
clans for next season. Board mem-
bers are urged to attend.
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Dr. Margolesky Installed
As President Of D.C.O.A.
PhBip Margolesky, O.D., newly
/ elected president of the Dade
County Optometric Association,
land Lodge of B'nai B'rith; direc-
tor of the Children's Vision Clinic
at the Miami-Dade Junior College
Optometric Clinic; vice president
of the B'nai B'rith Hiilel Advisory'
Board; director of Visual Develop-
ment at the Marian School for
Retarded Children, and is a Visual
consultant to the Children's
Center.
Other D.C.O.A. officers for Hit
1973-74 term are Drs. Edward I.
Budd, president-elect; Philip S.
Sidran, vice president: Sidney J.
Stern, secretary: Jerold S. Green-
field, treasurer, and Stephen A.
Morris, past president.
Trustees are Drs. Evan J. Fried-
man, Richard J. Anton. Jr.,
| Almond C. Edwards, and William
Julius.
PHILIP MAKGOUSKY, O.D.
was honored at an installation
dinner held recently at the Shera-
ton Four Ambassadors Hotel.
Dr. Margolesky. a Miami resi-
dent for 21 years, is in private
practice in the southwest section.
He attended Southwest High
School, University of Florida, and
the University of .Miami, where he
earned his Bachelor of Science
degree in Education. He is a grad-
uate of the Houston College o:
Optometrv
Dr. Margolesky is active in the
community as president of Dade-
Young Israel To
Install Officers
The Young Israel of Greater
Miami held its installation supper
Lag B'Omer. Sunday in the syna-
gogue's social hall.
Rabbi Alexander Gross, princi-
pal of the Hebrew Academy of
Greater Miami was the guest
speaker. Dr. Zalman Kossowsky.
spiritual leader of the North
Miami Beach congregation, in
tailed the officers.
Taking office were Dr. Nor
man A. Bloom, president: Irving
Seidel, first vice president: David
Lebowitz, second vice president
Larry Skolnick. recording secre-
tary; Jennie Giick. financial secre-
tary; Ernest Field, treasurer and
Messrs. Morris Topper, Nussie
Zemel and Sam Gliek, gabboim.
Heart Association Elects
Officers And Directors
Three physicians are among the
tnew officers of the Heart Associa-
tion of Greater Miami for 1973-7*.
Installed at the voluntary health
agency's annual meeting recently
at the Miami Springs Villas, they
are Arthur L. Kaufman. M.D.
president: Ronald H. Scherr. M.D..
vice president, and Michael S.
Gordon, M.D., secretary.
Dr. Kaufman, a South Dade
cardiologist, formerly served as
chairman of the Public Education
Committee and the Speakers'
Bureau. Dr. Scherr, a Miami Beach
cardiologist, is chairman of the
agency's Heart Attack and Strike
Prevention ?'"> am. Dr. Gordon,
also of South Dade. has served as
chairman of the Professional Edu-
cation Committee of the Heart
Association.
L^The Board of Directors for thje
Rt8-74 term '"includes Sidney
^lumemhai. M.D., Jack J. Green-
berg, M.D.. Ben Katz. Raiph Levitz,
Mrs. Chester Leiter. David Lynn,
Louis I.ytton. M.D., Robert J.
Myerburg. M.D., Mrs. Carmen F.
Ross. R.N.. Robert Russell and
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To Conduct
JWV Services
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth
Kodesh Congregation in Miami will
conduct Sabbath evening services
at the 27th annual convention of
I the Department of Florida. Jewish
[War Veterans and Ladies Auxil-
ary, in the Plavboy Plaza Hotel.
4iami Beach, June 8 at 8:30 p.m
, Department Commander Herbert
Gopman of Miami Beach, and
[Lillian Schocn of Lauderhill. de-
| partment president, "ill partiei-
l-aate in the service-, along with
Herman Sokolow. department
Chaplain, and B; I'.e Schwartz.
I auxilian chaplain.
.Rabbi Shapiro came to Miami in
32, serving Beth David Congre-
tion for 22 vearv A founder and
ent president of the Greater
ni Rabbinical Association,
bi Shapiro is also a member
the Zionist Council and the
Army Advisory Board. He
_,*en the spiritual leader of
iKodesh Congregation for the
13 years.
fctor Leon Segal, also of Beth
h Congregation, will chant
raditional Sabbath prayers,
r Segal has served as cantor
ducational director at several
ogues in the North. He has
- the cantor at Beth Kodesh
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Friday. May 25, 1973"
As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT SEGAl
Wounded Knee Forces Us To Face Facts
IT HAS TAKEN WOUNDED KNEE to force some
present-day inhabitants of this troubled land to
face the facts of Indian lifeand death on these
plains, these pranes. these reser-
rations, these shanty towns they
have occupied. For 250 years of
poaching by the whites on Indian
soil we now call the United States,
those with red skins were pushed
| off their little farms, deprived of
their hunting pattern, attacked
ivith rifle and assailed by torch,
rhc storied savagery of the Indian
cannot be expunged from the history books. But
which people, facing murder and pillage and loss of
a beloved and colorful way of life, might not fight
with any weaponry and tactics available?
Once a million souls, the American Indians
reached a low point of 237,000 at the turn of the
century. Then, despite a sordid and misguided
American policy designed to force them into urban
assimilation a pitifully alien way of life for them
they grew in numbers to nearly 800.000 by 1970.
And what really has been their lot? This peo-
ple has seen 400 treaties drafted and signed by
United States officials, only to be largely dishon-
ored by a government priding itself on its probity
In our times, suicide is the second highest cause of
death among Indians; their death rate from tubercu-
losis has been seven times that of the remainder of
the American population; their unemployment rate
sometimes runs 40 per cent, or 10 times that of
others inhabiting the land they once owned. They
are easy prey to the ravages of influenza, pneu
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPER1
Maimon And His Mission
WAACIV MAIMON', who admits to being over 70. is sup-
posed to he in semi-retirement. As author of the
1 aimon Method, the most widely used system of Hebrew
- ihand, and as one time official stenographer for Zion-
. i;t Congresses and many conventions.
I he still keeps his fingers lithe by short-
and recording of the weekly meetings
if ihe Israel government Cabinet, where
peed, accuracy and discretion are re-
lilired in equal measure.
But the rest of the week finds Maimon
involved in a dramatic, nationwide proj-
BCl to help immigrants adjust to their
i new 1 ifc* in Israel. Operating on a shoe-
string, he is able to activate tens of thousands of volun-
man-hours, and bring private lessons in Hebrew or
: Imost any other subject into the homes of the immigrants.
Panorama
By DAVID SCHWARTZ

Sabra Ambassador
JHE APPOINTMENT OF Simcha Dinitz a. the
i ew Israel ambassador to the United States is
3 matter of some m iment. As everyone knows there
an : tur great powers: the United States, the Soviet
Union, China and Israel. One can
aril) see this bj picking up a copy
if the \Yv, York Times or for
thai matter of any leading paper
! and comparing the amount of space
[iven the various nations. These
| four mentioned will easily be in
he lead.
Another te.l is to consider how
well-known are the ambassadors of
the various nations. There is hardly a question, for
instance that Abba Khan, who served as Israel's
ambassador until succeeded by Gen. Yitzhak Rabin.
was is well known as Andrei Uromyko. the Soviet
ambassador. To be sure. Eban owed something of
his prestige to another fact: Many Americans liked
to listen to him speak because they thought it would
help them improve their English.
How does one gel a big job like an ambassador?
People say, "You've got to know someone." This no
doubt helps, but not always.
The new Israeli ambassador stated from the
bottom or at least from the outside. Years ago he
was the watchman of the Israel Embassy in Wash-
ington. He was college trained in America and all
ttiat, but there seemed no other place for him. So
he took it.
Later he took a job teaching Hebrew in Cincin-
nati. More recently he has worked with Golda Meir.
Born in Tel Aviv, he is the first Israel-born pure
ambassador to America.
dor.
It is a simcha to have the first Sabra ambassa-
This is not an agency or an institution. It is a man It
has no office, no telephone, no bureaucracy, no red tape,
no publicity, and almost no money. He does it by the fa-
natic*] doggednees with which he mobilizes groups of vol-
unteers. He linds them primarily among Israel's high
school youngsters, but he also has help from women's or-
ganizations and from youth groups from oversea-.
Unassuming in manner, unimpressive in appearance.
Yaacov Maimon is already a legend in this field. He began
his project in 1950 when Immigrants were sitting rest:
in maabarot, not being assimilated into the life of
country. Since then he has reached thousands.
His method is simple. He gets word from the author:
ties where the latest group of immigrants are being -
tied. In a short time, Maimon is there, going from apart
merit to apartment almost like a peddler offering his
wares: is there anyone h 're who would like help in his
studies?" The offer applies equally to children at school,
to housewives, to working men. Then Maimon mobil
his volunteers. His annual contributed budget of less than
S6.G00 is spent mostly on truck transport to bring volun-
! ers to the new settlement area. Lessons are given in
individual homes, for the emphasis is on personal rela-
tionship rather than on class work. Children can't go out
io evening classes. Adults are frequently ashamed
appear in a class where then- Ignorance is paraded. When
a housewife is taught Hebrew in her own kitchen b) a
15-year-old sabra girl all her inhibitions fall away. It is as
if her own daughter were teaching her.
Yaacov Maimon is everywhere at once: Jerusalem
Haifa, Bet Shemesh, Ashdod, Givat Olga, Tivon, Hed
where not? It is he who visits the homes, introduces the
volunteers, nets them started with a sample lesson, o'>.
lains weekly reports from the volunteer teachers, eneour-
Bges, -uides, organizes, keeps records.
I followed Maimon one evening as he made his rou Is
in a nearby neighborhood of Russian immigrants from
Georgia. In an amazingly short time he had knocked on
30 doors, ingratiated himself with the immigrants, and
assigned his high school volunteers to their tasks. Two
hours later he was already hearing their first reports, and
preparing for next week's assignments. Tomorrow he will
be in Hedera, and the following day in Ashdod.
This is old fashioned, personal volunteer work of the
most devoted kind. It brings the lives of the immigrants
not only education, but the warmth of personal contact
with old-time Israelis, and the knowledge that others are
interested in them.
Maimon is happy in his. unpaid work. He has no com-
plaints, no demands. He is grateful for good health. Only
sometimes he wishes he had a helicopter so he could get
around to more places more quickly.
monia. dysentery, trachoma. Long before the scourge
of air pollution had settled over America, the In-
dians had grown highly vulnearable to ills prevalent
on the reservations.
Slowly at first in this era of candid television
and gutsy documentary films, the scarlet American
shame of Little Big Horn, and Wounded Knee has
been fastened upon our minds and souls. Custer's
last stand has been resurrected into infamy revis-
ited; and the shabby ways of the Bureau of Indian
Affairs politics on the part of many (certainly not
all) have been sharply X-rayed for those with cour-
age to look.
Custer's last stand in 1876 marked the centen-
nial of U.S. history. Soon we shall observe our bicen-
tennial. Part of that observance should be a time of
atonement for America's sorry descent into geno-
cide, our maltreatment of the American Indian.
Book Review
SEYMOUR B. UEBMAN
Holocaust Literature
THE WARSAW DIARY OF CHAIM A. KAPLAN.
translated and edited by Abraham I. Katsh (Col-
lier Books, $2.95> is a revised and up-dated edition
of the book originally published as
"Scroll of Agony."
Twenty years after the Warsaw
ghetto, Chaim Kaplan's diary was
found preserved in a kerosene can
A Warsaw Hebrew teacher, he is
believed to have died in late 1942
>r early 1943. The journal begins
Sept. 1. 1939. the date that Hitler
stunned the world. It ends in Aug-
ust 1942. The diary is a human document It will be
quoted for years to come. Kaplan has many dia-
tribes against the Judenrat and its police.
The rumors that ran through the ghetto, the
bribery of the Judenrat's police to be kept off the
list of those to be deported (and they knew what
deportation meant", the secret observances Of Purim
and Chanukah, the pang; of hunger, the anguish of
parents and children who were separated are all
a part of a history that humanity must not be per-
mitted to forget.
In the introduction to Hunter and Hunted, se-
lections and adding by Gerd Kornian I Viking Press,
15), Prof. Korman has two memorable quotations.
The first is by Emil Fackonheim who said.
"... we are first commanded to survive as Jews,
lest the Jewish people perish We arc commanded,
second, to remember in our very guts and bones
the martyrs of the holocaust We are forbidden,
thirdly, to deny or despair of God lest Judaism
perish. We are forbidden, finally, to despair of the
world as the place which is to become the kingdom
of (,od. lesl we help make it a meaningless place in
which God i- dead or irrelevant and everything is
permitted. To abandon any of these imperatives, in
response to Hitler's victory at Auschwitz, would be
io hand him yet other, posthumous victories.''
Tlv other quote is from Elie Wiesel who in
sisted that the holocaust "can still be experienced
. Any Jew must enter into it again in or-
der to take it upon himself. We all stood at Sinai:
. we all heard the Anochi T am the Lord.'" He
later said in 1907 thai the catastrophe must be
understood first and foremost as a "unique Jewish
catastrophe"
Korman divided the book into seven parts and
he prefaces the selections with a lengthy historical
introduction and prefatory notes for each of the
sections. He indicates lessons to be learned from
the fact that the spokesmen for Jews and the lead-
ers of a Jewish organization for over two decades
(1921-1946) were men of wealth and political in-
fluence but they were assimilationists and devoid
of a deep Jewish understanding.
The Cornell professor collected 27 provocative
essays drawn from diaries, letters, documents and
transcripts written by journalists, soldiers and his-
torians. The book is a poignant and potent historical
record. He borrowed from Chaim Kaplan who wrote,
"Individuals will be destroyed, but the Jewish com-
munity will live on."
Lest We Forget by Leivy Smolar (BBYO Juda-
ism Pamphlet Series, no price) is a brief mono-
graph which supplies in a too-capsulated form some
bits of anti-Semitic history, German-Jewish rela-
tionships with some "musar" and a bibliography.
There are many photos and illustrations. It is this
type of publication which encourages a few to under-
take some further studies but, for a greater num-
ber, serves as an end to deeper involvement.


Friday. May 25, 1973
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Page 15-A
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TTER OF FACT
Seven Local Students Win Prizes
In ISY Creative Arts Competition
I)JOSEPH ALSOP
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WASHINGTON-. PC The
chances arc hotter than even
that the Watergate horror will
eventually look rather trifling
compared i;> the recent promo-
tion of Marsh.il Andrei (Irechko
to full membi iship in the Soviet
Politburo. This remarkable even!
has hardly c.uised a rippl? in
this lunatic city: but that docs
pf diminish its historical poten-
tial.
To begin with. Mar-hal Grech-
ko's promotion makes nonsense
of American yovornmenfs rul-
ing Sovietetogu-al doctrine. The
doctrine is that the aimed forces
have no political weight in So-
viet society as compared to Cue
all-powerful party. This doc-
trine should now be discarded
for good.
It has been a dubious doctrine.
one must add, .since 1953. That
year, Stalin's death liberated the
various power centers in Soviet
society to begin competing with
Travelers A?d Unit
Reports Activities
Joseph Gassen. pre.-ident of
Family and Child', n'- S. vices.
Inc., reports thai :.". p< r-ons
*-ere helped by the Travelers \iil
in it of the agency durinj; the past
12 months. The agenev is part of a
inique intercity ch; i of service
hat extends across the United
tates and Canada, assisting peo-
ple who encounter difficulty while
m the move.
According to Mr. Gassen, this
ntercity chain of social services
nsures "the right of every citizen
o be helped, no matter how far
-om home. Human needs cross
U kinds of boundaries," said Mr
Jassen, "and they cannot be ig-
ored. Without Travelers Aid,
ousands of people for whom
ight has become an escape from
lescapabls problems, would be
jrned away yet another (imc.
hey"d be told that as residents of
nether community, they cannot
e helped."
Family and Children's Services
as a professional staff of six casew-
orkers, specially trained to re-
>ond to the needs of moving peo-
e "which very often," according
Mr. Gassen, "are far more soi-
ls than they appear on the sin-
ce. In fact, I'm quite sure many
;ople still regard Travelers Aid
a service of incidental- such
advancing short-term loans when
bus ticket is lost, helpin.: a trav-
er find the right train.
All of this we do, of course, bit!
so a great deal more, like short
rm counseling and crisis inte-
ntion, helping people cope li-
re a breaking point is reached.'
The agency's Travelers Aid unit,
atd at 400 NE 2nd Ave.. is sup
rted by the United Fund.
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for-all. the armed forces led by
Marshal Georgi Zhukov greatly-
aided Nikita Khrushchev's rise
to supremacy.
Marshal Zhukov was even
briefly rewarded with the same
portion which has now been
given to Marshal (ircchko. But
at the first opportunity. Zhukov
was then stripped of all his of-
fices by Khrushchev, who feared
his power. So the American So-
vietologists happily went on ex-
pounding their beloved doctrine.
The case of Marshal Grechko
Is a bit different, however. As
early as 1967, he successfully de-
fied a majority of the members
of the Soviet Politburo, who
then wished to restore the de-
fence ministerium to what
passes for civilian control in
Moscow. On that occasion, with
lh;> older professional military
men in a solid phalanx behind
him, Grechko was able to insist
upon his own appointment as
minister of defense.
There is little question that
Leonid Brezhnev was one of the
minority of Politburo members
helped Grechko to defy the
Politburo majority. There is no
question at all either, that
Grechko thereafter put all the
aimed forces' weighl b.diind
Brezhne\ in the latter's steady
rise to greater and greater domi-
nance.
years, the U.S. govern-
ment lias known thai Brezhnev,
the parly b.iss. and Grechko. the
boss of the armed for S, were
(losi enough I i be on Hrsl name
terms which Is rare among
Soviet lead irs. The facl was fi
nally verified, for all to see. dur-
ing President Nixon's Moscow
vi-it last year. ;
During that visit, as all should
recall, some sort of Russian-
American accord was ceremoni-
ally signed almas! every after-
noon. On the Soviet side, the
members of the government
would walk in first, with Grechko
bringing up the procession. Then
would come the members of the
Politburo, with Brezhnev last.
Whereupon Brezhnev and Grech-
ko would Invariably end up in a
corner chatting and joking until
the time came for accord sign-
ing for the cameras.
On thai same visit, too. l>r.
Henry A. Kissinger had the un-
lkr.i oi privilege of a long pii-
\ ate discussion with M irshal
Grechko. The American analysts
h::i always portrayed Grechko
' extremely tough, extreme-
l '! ivit hi ilv limit id and
standardi/.ed piece of Soviet mili-
tary boilerplate. Kissinger found
all the expected toughness and
ability, but he also found in
Grechko a soldier of extreme
subtlety, boldness of mind and
strength of strategic grasp.
In shcrt. this second profes-
sional military officer to be made
a full member of the Soviet Po-
litburo is an unexceptionally for-
midable man. He is so close to
Lenoid Brezhnev that he must
w rtainly be regarded as Brczh-
nev's partner. And he is also the
unchallenged leader of the larg
est, costliest armed forces in the
modern world.
Here, indeed, is a marvelous
example of American double
think Everyone has worried
about the American "military-
industrial complex." almost
since C. Wright Mills invented
the phrase But the Soviet "mili-
tary-industrial complex" is twice
as large as ours. It spends an
immeasurably higher proportion
of the gross national producl II
is also far more powerful in
other ways
Since l!b'7, indeed, when
Grechko was able to force
through his own appointment as
defense minister, the Soviet
"military-industrial complex" has
enjoj ed an all but unique situa-
tion. Japan before Pearl Harbor
was the only other major nation
where the professional military
leaders ever had the prerogative
of naming their own boss, Yel
Grechko was made boss of the
armed forces because of thai
; i irrigative; and he has now
been made a member of the rul-
ing Politburo ;'s well.
All this should interest a
few p iple. But in Washington
at Ihe moment, they are likely
to be all too few.
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Over 300 entries were submitted
for the third annual Southeast
Region United Synagogue Youth
Creative Arts Contest chairman
Sue Schler of Temple Beth Sliolom.
Satellite Beach, reports.
USY members from 38 Conserv-
ative Congregations throughout
the South entered their literary-
works, posters, drawings, needle
craft, photography, sculpture and
rafts based on the Th?me
"Mitzvot: The Path To Take."
The contest concluded during
(he 22nd Annual Regional Con-
j econd and third place winm i
receiving books of Jewish inter
The contest judges included
Mrs. Arthur Winton, Mrs Irvi:
Kutller, Brahm Betterman, Mr*
Irving Purman, Mrs Georj
Feineinan. and Mrs. Maur
Kravtin.
Local first prize winners
-luded Carol Swersky. Beth Tor
leedleeraft; Esther Dennis, I'.i
reran, poster: Jeff Gerstenfel
B'nai Raphai I. drawing; Torn
Wasscrlauf, Temple Zion, a
Louis Rosenthal. Temple N, r
vention held a! (amp Ocala, April Tamid (tioK photograph SpC0l. ,
e,'Zl' .. Prizes were laken by Stewa -
place winners re- Newman. Beth Torah .poster and
Jewish ritual garah Lusskin,
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tKiddush Cup, Spice Cup. Candle
sticks. Mczzuzah. Bible) with the
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Among films opening Friday r)
Wometeo Theatres will be 'The
Day of the Jackal" from the best
sailer of the same name to be seen
at the Miracle and Carlyle. "The
Neptune Factor' will be shown at
iiv' Byron: "Pat Garrctt and Billv
the Kid" at the Normandy, and
The Mack" at the Miami and
Dixie.
Temple Sin,
Hollywood, sculpture. Jeff Gerstei
feld of B'nai Raphael look thi '
prize with his literary en'..
"Honor Thy Parent."
Southeast Region United Syna-
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Nearly 50.0CO area residents lined Washington Ave., and Lincoln Rd., and Collins Ave., for the "Salute to Israel" parade on Sunday, the largest commu-
nity event in honor of Israel's 25th anniversary. The parade was sponsored by the Israel "25" committee of Greater Miami.
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More than 50,000 people lined
tiw streets of Miami Beach Sun
ds. to cheer a Salute to Israel
grade second in size only to the
fcrael 25 parade in New York City.
While parents held their chil-
dren high, and retired residents of
Miami Beach lined the 1.9 mile
route with folding chairs, nearly
100 units marched past the review-
ing stand set up on the east side of
the Miami Beach Convention Hall.
The parade was the culmination
of a year of community-wide events
in celebration of the 25th anniver-
sary of the State of Israel funded
by a special grant by the Greater
M.ami Jewish Federation.
Among dignitaries leading the
parade procession in open cars
; were Israel Consul General Ben-
; junta Bonney; Congressmen
Dante Fascell, William Lehman
i and Claude Pepper; Miami Beach
Mayor Chuck Hall, Miami Vice
| Mayor Rose Gordon and State i
Representatives Ted Cohen and !
Elaine Gordon.
Also participating in the open-'
ina moments of the parade were I
vcderation president Robert Rus-
sell; Greater Miami Jewish Fed
?ration executive vice president.
VTvnrn .1. Brodi- StinW Colbert
president of the YM-YWHA of
Nearly every Jewish organiza
tion was well represented, in-
cluding Women's American ORT
and Mizrachi on the international
scale, and the Hillel Jewish Stu-
dent Centers of the University of
Miami and the Miami-Dade Com-
munity Colleges on the local level
From North Dade came the
spirited youth groups and gaily
decorated floats of Temple Sinai,
and from Cor*l Gables the ener-
getic youth of Temple Judca.
The Cuban-Hebrew committee of
Greater Miami was also repre-
sented, with the emergency
Bloodmnbile it will donate to Is-
rael and a lively hora led by
Dr. Bernardo Benes, a member
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's board of directors.
Congregations from Broward and
Palm Beach counties, as well as
the Broward Jewish Federation,
sent their delegations to march in
the Salute of Israel. And in a sa-
Greater Miami, the Federation
agency which administered the
Israel 25 activities, and Myron
Berezin, YW-YWHA director.
Suzanne Lasky, of the public
Continued on Pae 6-B
Miami. Florida Friday, May 25, 1973
Section B
HEW 'JEWISH CENTERS OF S. FLORIDA'
6Y9 Launches Drive For
Two Facilities In
Dade and Broward
Some 500 person* h : Russell, president of the Greater |
Miami Jewish Federation, unfold
plans for a building fund cam-!
paign for the new YM and WHA
M. Greater Miami.
Russell spoke Tuesday night at
the annual meeting of the "Y."
where Stanley R. Gilbert was re-
acted president.
Russell, who will head the build -
log fund campaign, said that the
I wish Federation of Hollywood
will join with the Miami Federa-
bion in developing a structure for
two facilities embracing the lei-
sure-tlme needs of the area, which
: i rapidly becoming a megalopolis
sed of Dade and Broward
jntlea.
At the annual meeting, a for-
rral move was made officially
t > change the name of the "Y"
-> the Jewish Community Cen-
ter' of South Florida.
These facilities, in central Io-
ns, will provide the social,
-eatlonal and cultural programs
,ry to bring people together
are the richness and diver-
| their lives." Russell said.
Bell noted that South Flor-
. an area "where most of the
Jewish residents have been born
raised in other towns and cities j
-mighout the nation" and that
there has arisen a spirit here mak
Ing this Jewish community "one
Of the most important centers of
Jewish life outside braei."
It is this spirit, he said, "thai
reached across ideological arid gen-
erational barriers to help Jews in
need, from South Beach to Sinai,
from Miami to Moscow."
He added that it "has made the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion of Greater Hollywood two of
the most forceful and effective
philanthropic organizations of mod-
ern times helping to ease the
problems of our sick and elderly,
supporting our brothers and sis-
ters in Israel, fighting the drug
problems that plague our youth,
counseling families that seek a
more meaningful life amid the
spiritual vacuum of suburbia."
Russell told the 500 assembled
guests that, "Our synagogues,
hospitals and Jewish day schools
arc now numerous and their in-
fluence throughout the South
Florida area have made a vital
impact on the lives of all of us.
"And yet. something is missing,
something vital to the unity .
of our Jewish heritage."
\ ieded, he said, are two Jewish
community centers, "and we need
them immediately."
Russell also noted that the "Y"
is launching the new campaign to
meet the needs of "over a half-
. Jews who have moved here
in the past 10 years."
He said that "more than 70 per
cent of the members of the Jew-
ish community are not now active
in any Jewish organization. If we
are ever going to bring our people [
together, it must be now."
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Sunday at 11 m. at
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partment Ladies Auxiliary !
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lemorial Da] 5 for p-id up number- will be !
Vcl .- of Foreign Wars al
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West Miami ttS: Auxiliary i nri
Its will par-
ticipati M< mortal Day Services
a 0 n Space Park. SW 16th St.
and "n-h Ave.. Sunday at 9:30 a m.
At li am Auxiliary will partici-
Departmi ..: of Florida
Mi m.. al Services al Mt. >Tebo
< ry. Monda; al 2 p.m. Aux-
Junior Dhik>n will par
pate ;n city of West Miami
Day Parade and servces
folio* at Open Spate Park
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Friday, May 25, 19"
Mrs. Fox Named Chairman
Academy Dinner Of So. Dade
Harold Shapiro, Daughter Remma To
Present Play At Biksirim Celebration
j
Sylvia I Mrs. M irry i Fox has
.i named chairmai
cond annual dinner
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dance of the South Da le H
'< a i heduled June 3 at the
len Hoc Hotel. The event will
salute II gi South
Da le affiliate of the Gr
mi Hebn u A idi mj and h
bbi Ralph Glixman, founder oi
tlk' school.
Dr. Irwin Roth and Arthur Roth
were named as cochairman ol the
hip dinner and dance by
Mrs. fox, ex i utive director ol
itchester G< neral H
lit ol
ami, she i gra luate stui
Police Officer
A viva's Speaker
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Jfi Cedars Names Mrs. Brodskv
As 'Volunteer of (he Year'
Mrs. Leonard Brodsky, an eight-
volunteer who directs the
Cedars of Lebanon Gift shop, haa
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MRS. LEONARD BRODSXY
i > 'eel 5 th ho lital's
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v lop, she
lews voluntei i sale v omen,
attends merchi i and trade
shows, i all ie I and
directs thi ctivities < t 32 p.....is
".Mrs. Brodsky has been it i
mental in raising more than
S32.000 a year for the hospital
building tun I,' said hospital pres-
ident S, K. Bronstein, in announc-
ing their choice for the highest
volunteer honor.
The vivacious Auxilian was also
a guiding force in developing the
annual Outdoor Tent Sale for
Cedars, a December benefit event
hold on the hospital grounds, with
proceeds going to the building
program.
Auxiliary president Mrs, I 'on
Sparber and president-elect Airs.
Doran Zinncr jointly disclosed that
since 1981, the Women's Auxiliary
lias redeemed two pit dges ol
$150,000 and S250.000 made to the
Ml and they art now half-
v aj to< tls ci li tlon ol anotiier
I led S2J l
A ,var r > r 'round -
it -,i. v> ere pr to 152
.....rs b> iim r !1
an I ,]

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hip, .Mrs
aiu; M '
lij shi Leonard
rod li Carolyn
Hi i Mr
Robert
secrei '. Eu??civ rad
Children's Summer Movie
Club Eegins Its 19th Year
The Womi Ico Summer M n ie
ub for el Idn i i ill start it-;
" year in Dade C its I ues
[la; June 19, and run for 10
, ks,
Showings will b hold at 10 a.m.
evely Tuesday at the Twin 1
Dadeland I, Mi acle, Palm
Si.ri.iv-. 163rd St.. Carlylc, and
at the Hallandale. In Broward
County, the show will be held on
I Wednesdays at the P i-Ho lywood
'and on Thursdays at the Gatewaj
' (F;. Lauderdale) and Boca Raton.
Art Show Opens At Belli Sholom
Naomi Korn.
The third annual Art Show ol
the students ol Beth Sholt
of F f Art o m I Sunday
ning with a reception in the
li to) I "s Lo ve-Levinsi n Art Gal
iery. 'I h< hlbit will be on display
through June i0.
The >uitg exhibit) rs are Lauren
Shapiro, David Stonberg, Lauren
ic( nbau n, SI i< ey Efrom, Da' id
Rose, Alan Amdur, Mark Alsehu-
ler, Roger Baumann, Anne Binder.
Dana Cohn, Shana Gopman, Danny
rlaber, Julie Kramer, Roger Miller,
Andy Philipps, Sally Sena!. Sharon
Slotnick, .Tiil Schafer, Allison
Dunn. Douglas Horween and
VI i Jonah v un u
" rn ti in
Fiedell
Ho.iz, I., i
.1. m n, Su an Jj tic
'
Mi.ton Raij i mm mi.
[anna R dm, Bi ichai
v, ..Ik; Vnd
David .Mi
lissa Braun, Caynor.
Laure Gratz, jl i Hartley, Am\
i,rrn.au. Beth L,etman, A
Levy, Aliee Dreer, Bi ill B ir n
Billy I utier and Heath
Sunday Memorial Services
Scheduled At Mount Nebo
k-
Herbert L. (i th< Department of Florida. Jew-
War V( teram of the L'. S. A..
lunced that memorial services
' ir the nation fallen dead will
be held at Mt. S'eDO Cemetery.
\\\ 3rd St Miami. Sunday
;i 11 a.m.
Lillian Schoen, Department
adies Auxiliary President, said
thai Auxiliary officers from the
South Florida area will participate
ii the memorial services.
Ted Till man. Major of the state
Honor Guard, will lead his eon-
' in the post in:; of Color-.
lie Department's Color Guard,
jnder the direction of Captain
Norman T, Levine, "ill fire a
of volleys during the sen
Cc, \ bugler will sound laps.
ers will Ik recited by Her-
. L0 ow. state chaplain, and
orris, pa t stale commander
Schwartz, state Chaplain,
a i prayers for JWVA.
Mr Gopman will also participate
j ih, fifth annual West Miami
Memorial Daj Parade on Monday
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Following the parade. ( om-
nander Gopman and Conductress
Eleanor Pales, representing JWVs
Ladies Auxiliary in Florida, wil
lay a wreath at the war memorial
n opi n Space Park.
Special memorial services will
llso bi held at sea aboard a U. S.
Coast Guard cutter Monday at
1 MmJay Berliner, Sr. Vice Com-
nander of Florida, and state
j;xiIiarJ president Lillian Schoen
I, cas, wreaths from the vessel
Spe Showaltcr" off Ft Lauder
dale following memorial pravei-
"' ,;,:ir,l the vessel Will be Harold
Uhr Department First Junior
Vice commander: Howard Meun-
;,;,. Second Junior Vice Com-
nander; Arthur sherry, thuf oi
licholson, 730; and I at
FiSte96LadieS Auxiliary officers
sBWrrS
SSI Ferdie, junior vice pres-
'. ,i Belle Schwartz, chaplain.
, cold Star mother
!;" Matvina
and past state president MM.
past national JwVA
president: and presidents of sev-
eral auxiliariesRose lleeht. r>!3;
Marian Moskowltz, 177: Lydia
Nicholson. 730: and Dorothea
Goldstein. 196.
At the installation luncheon of Temple Judea
Sisteihcod these women were amrm tho-53
who took ofiice Seated (left to right) are
Mrs. Ernest Andich, vice president; Mrs.
Clifford Marks, executive vice president;
Mrs. Stanley Bulbin, president; Mrs. George
Baum, vice president, and Mrs. Marvin
Gillman, vice president. Standing are Mrs.
Harold Barkowit?, chaplain; Mrs- Sidney
Richman histoiian; Mrs- Barnard Yesner,
parliamentarian; Mrs. Bernard Heiskcwitz,
corresponding secretary; Mir,. Alex Joseph,
recording secretary, and Mrs. Barry Hesser,
f nancial secretary.
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Friday, May 25. 1973
Crowds lining the loute o: th? Israel parade en Miami Biac'i Sunday watch as (le Israel's 25th anniversary '''..h a nearly Shalom." The Greater Miami Jewish Federation's float (center) features (from left) Deborah Brodie, daughter of
Federation executive vice president, Myron J- Brcc'ie, and his wife, Charlotte. Peggy Ann, daughter of 1373 CJA-ItF sieering committee member, How-
cad Schcrlir. cr.d bis wife Gloria; Dicr.e. dau-.hter of CIA-IE? general chan man. Nomia C. Kipnis, and her husband. Jeiomo; and Keri Sue Scharlin.
Tegcv's s:s:?r. Float a: riaht, ?rcr.scred by Flaaisr Federal Savings and Loan Association, p.oc'aims. "We Ea^eve in People With Drenrr.s." a perfect
cescricticn of the psople c: the Jewish s-.cte as they pass their quarter cen tury mark.
50,000 See Parade Celebrating Israel's Anniversary
v
i onrin'ii'i' from Past '-B
KT-TV.
Ch. 7 tar for
; rade which let :.
-hi? of Stephen J. R v
Mrs. Burton Levey, Israel 25
.-.an. who had overall respon-
sibility for the numerous Israel
25 events held in Miami, and her
husband were aho on the review
ing stand, which was decorated
blue and white bunting and
festooned with American and Is-
raeli flags.
A contingent of Miami Beach
Polici Department motorcycle of-

.... by a
:.. >k aw* ladder truck <" I
ami Beach Fire Department which
^-mil caravan of ears carry-
:.. [lignitaries.
Al units filed past the review-
in" stand, thousands chcred the
ntlviastic marrhTs. ard jn'npd
in joyous renditions of "Hava
Nagila," "Hine Ma Tov" and
Havenu Sholom Aleiehem."
Cantor Zvi Adler. of Temole
Emanu-El. helped lead the singing,
.vhich swept congressmen, mayors.
Shalom Ha Outcome president Mis. Sanr.ui
Hutter told the annua! installation
luncheon meeting of the Shalom
proup of H-idas=ah that it- fund-
raising quota of S3.500 had b?en
met and increased by S2.00D during
the 1972-73 season.
Meeting at the Reef Restaurant
this month, the group heard Mrs.
Etta Scheinbaum of the Hollywood ;
chapter speak on. "The Values of
Hadassah."
Mrs. Scheinbaum installed the
new officers including a presidium
'in place of president): Mrs. Sam
Glacier, piogram vice president;
,T [cadore Kanlan. y'.e r>re'
:' education, and Mrs. Daniel
.Tanowsky. membership vice presi-
dent: Mrs. Louis Cuttner. treas-
urer: Mrs. Bernard Gross, record-
ing secretary, and Mrs. Nat Singer,
corresponding secretary.
r-ourcilmen and numerous dicni
lurie; into the main ;re;;in of cele-
bration, along with tens of thou
rands of Greater Miami residents
on hand for the parade.
A 'trenm ot elaborate fhat< f"l
!ov.:d. including entries from the
I rael 25 committee, the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and Delta
Airlines. The official bind of the
Silute to I-ra*l parale was the
Miami Beach Senior High School
High Tides." more than 100
strong followed by hundreds of
marching students from the He-
brew Academy and "The Charg-
ers" from North Miami Beach.
A highlight came early in the
pr:.1e. when a dpl"gatiin from
Miami Beach's Temole Beth Sho-
Lni was led down Washington Ave.
bv the tem-le's spiritual leader.
Dr. L"',n Kron'sh. who just a few
days before the parade accepted
the Prime Minister's Medal from
I-raeli Foreign Minister Abba
Fh-3n at a special anniversary din-
ner here.
Large delegations from local
AZA and BBG chapters passed in
revi- i\ More than a dozen con-
servative synagowe* were repre-
sented by their USY groups, and
w 'h floats prepared especially for
the occasion.
Larger and more dab-u'
floats represented such distin-
guished business ore-n:7 itions
a- Washington Federal, Fiagler
Federal and Financial Federal.
Two of the parade's more spec
taeular entries represented
Eastern Airlines and National
Airlines. Southern Bell and El
AI were aLo icnr^sented, along
with the City of Miami, the Citv
of Miami Beach and the M'ami-
Miami Beach Hotel and Motel
Association.
The YM-YWHA entered a fam-
iy-constructcd float and was rep-
resented by scores of participants
of all ages, ranging from youth
group* and "Y" teens to "Israel or
Bust" busload* of senior citizens
from the South Beach Activities
Centei.
Leading a senior citizens dele
gallon, decorated with an Israel
Bonds banner, was 92-vi...-,- .-1
I ayt-hie : ri dberg,one of th< nc '
popular and colorful figures in the
Jewbh community of Miami Bicch.
Marching along with him were
representatives of Dade Cou
Jewish War Veterans posts. B'nai
B'ritli lodges, and American vet-
erans of Israel's 1&48 War of Inde-
pendence.
The "'' icilettes." represent-
ing the Nat onal Council of Jew-
h Women from North and South
Dade, contributed their "Making
the Desert.. Bloom" entry, and mu-
sic was provided by the Merry
Mummers from Fort Lauderdale,
the Hialeah Mummers, and the Mi-
ami Vanguards, the SUhoueth -
and Silver Knights Drum znd
Bugle Corps.
lute to the unity of the Gr<;
Miami Jewish community, rt
sentatives of congregations as dis-
tant as Beth Am and Adath Yesh-
urun. Temple Israel and Temple
Emanu-El, oil joined in sharing
the joy everywhere of Israel's 25
years of statehood.
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Monis M. Herman (left) received the Woman of Valor
Award at the 25th anniversary Hcdassah Bond-with-Israel
luncheon in Mian.; Beach. Presenting the award to Mis. Her-
man, who has served as president of the Miami chapter cf
Kadassah for three years, is Mrs. Debbie Wernick, women's
division of State ol Israel Bonds. At the luncheon, Miami
Hcdassah women purchased over S70.C00 in bonds in honor
cf Mrs. Herman.
Cr. Philip Abel, (lefi) newly elected president, receives the
navel from Dr. Jay Cohen, outgoing president cf the Dade
County Os'.ecpaihic Medical Association.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shapiro, (seated) chat with Mrs. James
Ruby, president of the Mount Sinai Medical Center Auxil-
iary, al the group's annual installation luncheon held at
the Fontainebleau Hotel. Mr. Shapiro recently was elected
as president of the medical center.
32 Students To
Be Confirmed At
Beth Torah Sunday
Thirty-two students of the Beth
To::', Congregation tiarold Wo'k
'l'! [ious School will mark their
i ':'' mati m on Sunday, May 27.
it 7:30 p.m.. with Dr Max A.
ischifc charging them with re-
iffirmati in to their faith, David
Uisonznick, educational vice pre;
announci l.
l he stu lents will conduct a
special rock service and have
readings and narrations centering
around the theme of faith. Confir
mation instructors were Miles P
Sunder, Miss b. Lerner, Mrs. Ro s
yn K:it7., Mrs. Florence Wildstein
and Cantor Jacob Mendelson.
living Newman, president of the
rongregation, will offer greetings
Uld Sy Rosen will accept the class
;ift to the synagogue,
Special awards to bo presented
it the confirmation service are the
i'F.C. Lee Rosenwasser Memorial
Humanities Award: the Joseph
Kahaner Mitzvah Award; the
lobie Kahaner Aishet Chayil f
Sward: the Rosemary Macron
Memorial Award: and the Arthur
I. Snydcr Educational Award.
David Misonznick and Kabbi
Norman Mussman, educational |
director, will distribute the Cer-
tificates of Confirmation to Marc
Aiken, Anne Bloom, Debbie Braut
man. Alan Browdy, Karen Fleisch-
er. Mindy Fleissig, Alan Goldman.
.Stewart Newman. Joy Peltz.
Ronald Schonwetter and Lisa
Winton. of the Hebrew High
School Department, and the Con-
lirmation Class which includes
Eiisa Amster, Mark Bleehman
llicia Broudy, Wendy Diamond.
Ellen Elias, Richard Epter, Lisa
/onnan, Nancy Frcinbcrg, Geof- i
rey Gcbaide, Andrea Goldberg.
Eric Graiman, Martin Holzberg,
Eric Isicoff, Jeffrey Lodin, Isador '
Lorber, Sharon Mu-kenberg, Karen
.Vlonuse. Rafael Nepomechie. Mar-
ilya Nepomacnie, Carol Swersky
and Cindy Vova.
Barry Altmaii To
Be Ordained At
HUC-JIR June 3
CINCINNATI Barry M. Alt-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Altaian of Bronx. NY., wi'l be or ,
dained a rabbi here June 'i during
commencement exercises of the
Cincinnati School of Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Re-
ligion, the American institution of
higher barning in Reform Juda-
i.m.
Mr Altaian, who received a B.A.
degree in history from New York
. University, is a member of Zeta
Bet-' Tau fraternity.
While preparing for ordination
it HUC-JIR. he served as student
i ibhi of congregations in Miami.
Semiuolc, Okla.; Logan, W. Va. and
in Guatemala City. He also direct-
ed the National Federation of
Temple Youth "Chavurah" pro
!ram in St. Louis. Mo. At the col-
1 re, Mr, Altman was chapel co-
ordinator and vice president of the
student body.
Upon completion of his studies
Mr. Altman will he awarded an
MA. degree in Hebrew letters The
new rabbi wil be ordained by Dr,
Alfred Gottschalk, president of the
College Institute.
Dramofic Arts Centre Forms
Repertory Theatre Grovp
The Dramatic Arts Centre under
he direction of Robbie Arutt an-
iounces the formation of the
Dramatic Arts Centre Repertory,
i mobile theatre group dedicated
:o bringing theatre in all its
ispects to the public. Managing
lircctors are Linda Adler and
Carla VanTosh.
The repertory has available a
ariety of programs from a simple
loetry reading to a complete play
['hey have also developed an inv
irovisational program dealing
vith various community, personal
ind family problems called
Theatre of Involvement" .
ising material contributed by the
audience for their subject matter.
Dade County government was recognized in Chicago May
9 for having the nation's be.?! public service prcgram in
1972 in the government category. The county wen the Pub-
lic Relations Society of America Silver Anvil Award for
the education campaign it sponsored last fall preceding
the election of the S634 million "Decade of Progress" county
bonds issues. Receiving the award from Paul M. Lund cf
PRSA was Ruth B. Kassewitz, the county's communication
officer. Silver Anvils are retained al PRSA's information
Center in New York for two years and then donated to the
University of Wisconsin Mass Communication Center's pub-
1:/- r-lr.t:~-.<; orrhjv^S.
Dade County Opiometric Association Auxiliary officers for
1973-74 include (from left to right) Mrs. Robert Sheir. presi-
dent; Mrs. Fred Bergman, secretory; Mrs. Edward L. Budd,
corresponding secretary and Mrs. Donald S. Albert, vica
president.
Byron Cirlin, son of Dr. M. B. Cirlin of Miami Beach and
the late Mrs. Jeannette Cirlin, and Shirley Kabrun, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kabrun, of Cape Town, South
Africa are pictured at their wedding, which took placs
April 10 in the garden of the South African hostel in Tel
Aviv. Mr- Cirlin, a graduate of Miami Beach Senior High
School, the University of Miami and Vanderbilt University,
is an oceanographer working for the government of Israe'.
He is associated with the Fish Culture Research Station in
Hof Racarmel. The new Mrs. Cirlin is a secretary for the
School of Engineering. Tel Aviv University; they are living
in Ramat Aviv.


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Ik-niisn fhiriidliifttf
Ronald Horwich Barney Wrinkle
RANDY FLEISCHER
her, son of Mi' and
Mi
I i at Temple Henorah,
Vlaj 28,
i
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a si
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BLANCHAB
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INDREA PHI1 LIPS
25
B il will
i le the 1 a of An-
Mr. and -Mrs.
Andrea is in the seventh grade
it \hv Hebn w Academy.
Mr. and Mrs. Phillips will honor
their daughl si I the Oneg Shab-
. following the ceremony. Among
guerts ill be Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Phillips, grandparents of the cele
brant.

KENNETH EINIGER
Saturday morning, May 20. Ken
neth Mark Einiger, son of Mr. anil
In- in Eini .< r of North Miami
h, v II be Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
ple Scr Tamid, i
Kenneth i- a student at John V.
ledy Junior High School and
Jay tmanuel Randy f/cischer
Ner Tamld Religious Sch wl He i<
;i mi nber of the Senior Baseball
lue.
A Kiddush v ill follow services
31 ,i n ception in Kenneth's honor
b held at Forte 'I ivcrs South.
BARNE1 VVEINKI E
nej Neil, son of Dr
Bar Mitzvah in Temple Emanu-El
Saturday, May 26.
l'::nu... a sc I Student
ai the Nova M h ol, plays
!>..- i II and Lb on
his school's I ill team.
The c< li b nil will be honored
with i luni neon a( e Diploma!
,i itel His {randmothcr, Mrs. Louis
nd the event.

I ORNE MILL
Lome J cob Mill will become
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Judca of
Coral G ibli s Monday. May 28, al
11:18 a.m.
Lome, son el Mr and Mrs. Mar-
vin Mill of Miami. Is a seventh
grade student at Glades Junior
High School where he plays French
horn in the school band. Lome is
,i Hebn h S bool graduate and will
continue his religious education
through confirmation.
Out of town guests here to honor
l .me. will include Mrs Sarah Mill
if Montreal, Can., and Mrs, Aubrey
W'alli i ": Birmingham, England,
RONALD HORWICH
Ronald, son of Mr. and Mrs.
i ird J. Horwich. will becomi
Bar Mil 'val S iturda;. May 26 al
Ti in le Judea.
f T
Judea Hebn Schoi 'nth
Latent at Carver Ju
High Scho il and nob r ai Bo;
Scout Troop 84 al Temple Judea.
rnal grandparents
are old time Miamians, Mr. and
-.:,-; jack Pallo Out "t town
.in si :. l includ i>. ternal grand
mother, Mrs Horwich, and
aunts 8nd uncles, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter M. H Mrs. Edward
Horwich, Miss W '< i ivich and
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pallot.
DEBBY GOl LAND
Debby, daughter of Mr and Mrs..
Stanle.\ Golland of 11428 N. Bay-
shore Dr., will bee ime Bat Mitz-
vah Friday, May 25. at 8:15 p.m.
servic > al Temple Beth Moshe.
Debby is a seventh grade stu-
dent at North Miami Junior High
School, when shi -.....- as stu
dent librarian and as ;i represen-
tative on the Student Council.
Mr. and Mrs. Golland will host
the one. Shabbal an a i sc 'ption
at home Sat ird ning in honor
! ol ;h celel rant.
RICE M IRHOL1N
Friday May 25 1973
George Mai will be
the i irah as a Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday. Maj -';, at Temple
! I, Ho Lywi
The Oneg Sha b Frid : eve-
Will h, SI ins bj eele-
I parents in honor of the
Ion.
IVY EMANUEL
Jaj Mitchell, iind
Mrs. Josei ft tmanuel 127 II SW
71st Ave., will hec a is. r Mitz.
vah Saturday, May 26, al Temple
Beth Am.
.lay has had four years of re-
ligious education and is an honor
student at Palmetl Junior High
School, where he is a member of
school hand. He is a star Boy
Sum' j atrol leadi 1 roop 502,
and VVebelos I >', 1'-l'k 61<
The celcbranl v ill be onored
pi on in in- parents' home
Satui : In atl ice will be his
man Richman
id Mi Grai iel New
York, ai d his '- aham

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Hollybrook Tower Now
A Six Story Mid-Rise
1,0 1 : If and Tennis Club
has am | revised plans foi
construe! the Hollyl
Tower nium building
1 ;l: luled as a 10-story
high rl rower has been re-
1 six story mid-ri e
Hollybrook
Uvi reel m is LaBonte, The
Towi. u. igned to be com-
patibl with low profile and
sity p .. : velopment ol the
cond ii nmunitj, The pre-
e communitj in
Pemb ok< Pines will ultii
coii-i i i 2 iree sti
style i inium buildings and
mi. l-riae.
Tl "Hi be the only
buil 3 | iries in thi 285
cati d on Hollj
. o id, and
will il> u
>om, i bath
layi
on the li ill;
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rate
the id r :
PGA
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b ith its
on ai i! di
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tl Hollybn
ni -
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- 14 tennis
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cluh ci
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l on the site.
_ Designed by architi I I
and constructed by genera.
contracting instruc-
tion Corporation, the Hollybrook
- l bedroom apartments will
ol
i large terraces First
for Tin' I iwer is set foi
Jan
Low YouiSi Fair
Tor \fardi Gras
Siiiiiiiier Cruises
Cruise 1 -
new low fare th il prom-
summer cruising a
ii II .
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llu stateroom v ith tw
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New ciiicers of the Mount Sinai Medical
Center Auxiliary were installed at tha an-
nual luncheon at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Alv G EC director cf I
nter, servi
left) vice presidents Mrs. William Shockett,
Mrs. Mux Kes and Mrs. Esibara
.' Ruby
Mrs.
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Me\ men
Senior Citizens Day Ra!!y
uncil for
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swirrmmg. sailing, water skunR.
discotheque band entertainment,
talent shows, <' movies, bowling, DRIVER
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iCamp closes August 18. Directors Abe Rdkin. .,.
Victor E J,icob".on Tony Anthony
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A residential camp for boys
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Aug. 18. Located at 4200
feet in the heart of the Blue
Ridge Mountains.
Highlander offers a moun-
tain cf fun with horseback
riding, hiking, nature crafts
and riflery. Water sports
include sailing, skiing and
canoeing.
Mr. Mario D. Pena, Pine Crest
School, 1501 N.E. 62nd St., Ft.
Lauderdole, Fla. 33308 Phone:
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Why s II eustomar;
It? ile songs at I
(able cnlleij
n i verse in
11 .
A Psalm

ite tl ai
:
(Sefcr ( ihso)
i hei del
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n thai ':i in
i
r| .. ii on I Scfc :
ii. >.
iok of
Ci k'-i i. in I lie AI

these i
: | ,:-
the fini
touch Imp hi;
-i"'
himself in
Some ra lis note the fad thai
the words 'HasheW-i' I the
enth) and "Sh
with the moul i I
numerical equiva enl in H
.. tu r. : II n thai tl
seventh day <;
a daj on which to praii e tl'.'' Lord
with one's mouth.
Perhaps the gi t of this
be understood when i that
the songs are chanted at the table
The Sabbath i ible Is supposed to
stand oul in comparison with the
tal'le set during the rest of th
week
Physically, the bcsl foods are
placed on the table for the Sab-
bath. Spirituall; the atmosphere
at the table is com| *
relaxed and : iritual.
factor i: demonstrated bj intellec-
tual discussions which take place
at the Sabbath table as w< II as by
- ongs whose words qui tc |
from the Bible, the ralmud and
all of Jewish holy literature.
wink- scholar: can easily engage
in deep conversations involvin \
iti !h ,i. the average layman
might have difficulty in atl
in s to do this Hence, a way was
provided to quote works of intense
scholarship without being frus-
trated at having to understand
their deep meaning. This was ac
complished by putting these words
into song which anyone can chant
without too much trouble in com
prehending them
In this way all alike can indulge
in quoting the words of scripture
and the words of the wise the
scholar in his discussion the
layman in his song.
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTYl
IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
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LiGAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-11018
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
:N RE: THK MARRIAGE OP:
IAIMB Pl'ENTE
and
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ri l ROSE Pl'ENTE
2516 78th St.
Jackson Height!
Queens, .NY
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai hi action for Dissolution of Mar-
.,l-. ha in in flli 'i against you and
you are required to nerve ;c copy Hf
I oui i i' ten defi uses If any, to II on
David Stone attorney for >' tltloner,
address i- im N.W 12th Ave-
iui M ami Florida, Phon< 358 1222,
,m,l file Ihe original with the clerk
r the above styled courl on or be-
..i. June 14. 1 a de-
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Mel di mantled In lh< i n
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I,.i Ice aha In mtltlb i '1 once
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-1015
Im RE; Estate of
JOSEPH TORTORELLO,
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and .\'i Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnal Bald
Estati
You are hereby notified and required
present any claims and demands
which you ma> have attains! the es-
tate of JOSEPH 'I'i IRTORBI.LI......
[eased late of bade County, Plorida.
in the Circuit Judges ..f Dade County
mil file the name In duplicate and as
rovlded In Section 73S.16, Florida
Statutes, In their offices in Ihe Coun-
[j i mui thouse In I ndi ount) !'!
.da, within six calendar month* from
hi time of the first publication here-
>f, or ill. mum. will barred
Dated al Miami, Florida, tliis I day
if Miij A n 1978.
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NOTICE 'JNDEk FICTITIOUS
NAME L AW
i: is iri .;:.-.i rilVE.N that
lit- to iiguge
n name:
: I'ASKi !AI KS
''......I.. I'ASKi i. ESTATE
' RA IXIXt I l"l>l USE il :
11 .i. ir. h ii ay, Miami, Fla
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-2134
JOHN R. BLANTON
In HE: Estate of
ABRAHAM EBERT
i ill t'.l M'll.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Clalma or Demand* Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to in-Min ;uiy claims and demands
which you maj have against the estate
f Abraham Bberl deceased late of
Dade County, Plorida, to the Circuit
.>it>tl: s oi Dade County, and file the
same in duplicate and as provided In
Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, In
their offices in the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Plorida. within six
.- iihir months from ti"' time of ih.
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barn d
Filed al Miami, Plorida. ilii- 25 day
>f April, A l> 1973
MICHAEL EBERT
As Km cutor
if this notice on
1 'l.-,i of May, 1973.
Kaplan, Portet, Le^ Inson Si
Kenin.
Attornev f,,i Executor
|| Avi Ml iml, Florida
:. |-i 1 -II
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
,NO PROPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
E-EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-'1131
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
v i :
\S JOSEPH LITTLE
' I' i -
: h i.itti.k
r1 exe ii little
.. u 11
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
- Mai
n|i> 1.1
to 11

\ \v
Mlam Plorl
III, Circuit i'"in i
u I 'ill,I
JOAN II PA8KOW
II. A IX X I'A.-'.' l\V
:, is-2.-
- with
if Dade
r, -
NOTICE OF 4fT:r.;
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCI IT
OF FLOrtlOA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIV I. ACTION Nci 73-11801
ACTION FOR Dli^OI UTION
or MARRIAGE
IX l:i: TI Wan
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H .I
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I: I! A VI I 11N
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I'liny ni
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... lalnal with thi II i\Vt PI is
ouri hefoi .' ml, Plot Ids
-,:. otherwise a default will be
.
Ion.
Bhall be publl hi once
utivi wi eks
' rFTV'SH t.....lint i V
TNESS my hand and the seal of
i" im. Florida on this
of May. 197J.
RICHARD r BR1XKER
\. cierl Cln ull i 'out I
Ilade ''"iintv Plorida
By B .1 i'i 'V
As Deputy Clerk
.1 "oui' -
STANLEY E :' IDMAN
..- X W 82nd Street
Miami Plorida 38147 691-5931
Attorney for Petitioner
5 11-18-2
6 l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME I AW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
thi undersigned, desiring to engage Ir
i ess under the fictitious m.-iii. n\
VAIMn WESTCHE8TER al 416
N W 27th Avenue Miami. Ft* In-
register said name with the
Of thi i "ir< u:t i '"Ul't "f I laile
' Ploi Ida
RAUL OLIVA
J. I. LAZAG \
:. 4-11-18-25
'I ill.- .l.i-i. of th
ui mi "' In I... June
- lull M H III
i I'M mi : relief de-
nt .ii.l. : nlalnl "i pel -
notlci hall I iiul I In .1 once
ItlVl
hi THE JEWISH I'l i IRIDIAN
WITXE8S m\ hand and il .
""Id rourl :n Mlml, Fli 'i.l...... this
i das May, 1973
RICHARD I- URIXKER
A "lerk, 'Ircull Courl
Dade County, Florida
Bs i: M KISSEE
As Deput) Clerk
ll'il'i-Uil Courl S,-;,ll
IERRY A BI'RNS
> Citv n.i.....ml Rank Bldg,
Miami, Florida 38130
mi......>' for Petitioner
5 18-25 r. 1-8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
P'RORATF NO. ~."-5fi45
Iform-rly County Judqes Court)
Il '.I' Estati of
HILDA MILLER
IS.'I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit \ Pel
' ilms or Demands Against Said
::
^ -i i and n nuln -:
> i l.-iin- :iml del
I '. nst the estnl
l' \ Mil l.KK di -
- 'ount' Plorida, to the 'In ull
I 1 lade i '"limy, and file thi
-..ni- In duplicate .''! as provided ii
Florida Statuti
in 'ho County Courthouse
I > ,il i 'outii>. Florida,
...
i I reof or thi mi
iprll, A I'
MORI is Mil.I ER
SIDNEY MILLER
A Exi utors
r publ II' f thi
il,- I daj
I a nRCNDWERG
)x*cutors
Miami. Florida
'. '1 11-11-!'-,


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Mrs. Bernard Yesrter is turning over her president's gavel
to the new pi. oi Temple Judea S .:, Mrs
Stanley Bulbin. Tl^e in; ttion of new oil a
. 16,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTU K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thi undersigned desiring i" engagi tit
ii ess uinli-r the fictitious name of
H i.ms. STRAUSS ADVERTISING al
: \ E 124 Street, Miami, Plorida
Intends to register said name
v the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Plorida
HOMS, stka t'Bfl INC
a Florida corporation
KI'RT WELLISCH, Attorney al law
ej for in IMS, STR \rss INC
Vlmerla Avenue, Bulte !00 E
il Gables, Florida 88134
r, 4-11-18-35
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undet gm d, desli Ins to engage In
under the fictitious name of
A LBAR TREE SERVICE at Its
tl Plasa, Room 12, Korthalde Shop-
| '--Ht. r, Miami. Fla Intel ds I
'-1 saldd name with the Clerk of
hi Circuit Court I is le I 'ounty,
da.
DAVID ALLEN
Ti I 11-lv _-.
NOTICE UN3Er"fiCTIt7ouS
NAME LAW
Ni ITICE IS HEREII i' 0 VEN that
mderslgned. di
ti ler the Ilel
AGE Ft'RNlTt'RE REPAIR
i: .ii 12780 9 W I "".Hi Street
1 ...
with ihf Clerk i the Cln Ull
I
JOHN MARSICANO
i-ii n
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3856
h HE Estate "f
THEODORE JOSEPH MONTROSE
I deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I" .mi Creditors and ah Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are herebj notified and required
to present anj claims and demands
which you in.iv have ngalnsl the es-
tate "I THEODORE JOSEPH MONT-
;''S!; .....eased lati of Dade County,
Florida, to Ihe Circuit Judges of D:uie
ounty, nnd rile the same In duplicate
ind b provided In s...-i..... 733.16. Plor-
Idn Statutes In their offices in the
i' "uniy Courthouse In Dad.- c.untv
Elorlda, within six calendar months
trorn tne urn.- of the ri publication
..........r the same \'..ll be barred
D '-I n( Miami, Plorida. this 8
I day "i May, A i> 197a
Dorothy Montroi
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
th< 1 Nil, daj of May 1973
ERR I EEP, ESQ.
attorney for Petitioner Estate
420 Lincoln Ro ni
Miami 1:. in li. Florida 33139
5 18-25 1; 1-8
iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-2539
in RE: Estati if
PETER VAN Yi ii IREN
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav
Ins Claims or Demands Against Said
te:
iTou are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the estate
"i PETER VAN VOOREN, deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, t" the
Circuit Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In dupiii'itte nnd as pro-
vided in Section 733.16. Plorida Stat-
utes In their offices in the Count]
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida.
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
ii"- same iii he barred
Filed al Miami, Florida, this 27th
day of April, AD. 1:17.1.
Peter Edward Van Vooren
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 41 li day of May, 1973
ARONOVITZ. SILVER & RoOTH
Attorney for Administrator of
Estate of Peter Van Vooren
!>ns Alnsley Building
Miami. Flo!
5/4-11-18-2!
IN
THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-2683
Estate 1.1
Is 'MA RABIXOtVITZ
' h .1 BERTHA RABIX'i HVITZ
11., .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
t II I
Hav '
in- or Den s.-,in
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, di siring 1 |n
under the fictitious mimes of
'"' 1 '.Ml.Nir.M RES VI 1: BT'RE w
FLORIDA; CONDOMINIt'M RE-
SALE CORP OP PLORIDA rnXDO.
.ill.VII M fli.VSTIII-CTIIi.V CIIKP OP
Fr/"iI!JIA at Pfl Ro\ ivi rjleta
Branch, Miami, Pis 38184 Intends to
register said names with the ci-rk
of ihe Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida.
MARK D. SHANTZffl
s/4-11-18-
.. eiiuired
" -" d di mand
;i. m-Sl I iv.
BODIA RABINOU-ITZ
BERTHA RAI.IXOW1TZ di
."' "' ":"'- County. Florida to tl 1
u
rovided In S.
ofl -
(our use In Lade Cou
' six calendar moi tl from
II fir publ atioi 1
1 n. im. v. ,11 i. hai n d
SAMl'EL N RABIXOWITZ
As 1 : se. utot
I ,, h'l~', Publication this noti. e
the 18 day of May, 1973
ELVER, AND u BISENPELD P \
Joseph .1 He/senfeld
Attorney r- Samuel n. Rablnowlta
Ulna Ivi 'iu,'
.Miam. Beach Pis
B 18-26 6 1-S
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUftLTY.
FORMERLY
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-2271
FRANK B. DOWLING
In RE: Estate of
MART AGNES MlTOITEl.U
1 MARY A, MITCHELL
I 1. i .
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OP SAID DECEDENT
you Are hero>y notm,.,i ih.-. 1 :, writ-
ten Instrument purporting he th*
1 testament of 1 aid d......I-
'ni has been admitted lo probate In
said Courl Vou are hereby command-
ed within -iN calendar months from
i" of the first publlcat
n said Court and
rhow cause, if any you can, why the
tctlon "f said C.....-1 in admlttlt
"ill in probati should nol stand un-
revoked
PRANK It DOWLING
nil Judge
HARD P BRJN
Clerk
By ME1 n.\ r prcic
Deput) '
Porti 1 Levlnson *
Kenln
I4 itrlckell Hvenne
Florid 1 38181
First iiul. noiice on
the i'i; daj of May, 1973
' 1-11-18-25
POHL. I;
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SPIELMAN. I.e. f l.aude!
I.:.l>,- t;i
TAUCMAN. Mi
M
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X011!: ., in oil 1:.. rs
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Hollj......
M Xeho
COHEN.
COHL .
SI Riven
FELDMAN. i
side III in. Ml
FRANK. Rutl
Harbor Di MB I: n
HANGMAN, Js I.. ', 1 ..- '
HENSCHEL. Olga. of Ba: larl 1
Islands !:i\ 1 1 ...
KING
MOSKOWiTZ. I -. 67, ;|.
Ave Mil Blasl era
MUFSON. II.ui \. :.i;i" Collinf Vv.
MB Riverside. Interment Ml N bo
WEiNSTEiN. Ruth H I il
Riverside
1 wittels. Ros..... r......' iilins Ave
I MB I Hashers
BAER. Leonard, 73. 1660 XE I
St. XMB Blasberg
; BURTON. Mortimer 1 of MB
I Newmai
'DAVIDSON. Albert. 71. 901 lth St.
MB. Rlvi 1 side Intel mi m Ml
1 Slnal.
fruman. Morns, of Hollywood
Levitt.
GOLDMAN. Ray. "i MB I evltt
JUNl. Bertha B., 7t. 1337 Collins Ave..
MB. Blasberg
KELSON. Phyllss, 65, of MB Gor-
don Int. 1 ni. mi star of 1
KRIETCHMAN. Isadore, 84, 1-7 C I-
lins Ave MB Levil Intern
.Mi Sinai
METZ. II. in letta, :. of MB Rt) -1
sld.
SHECKTER. Lillian Bl. of Miami
Levitt,
SIMON. Jack, 76, 1434 Meridian .U-- .
Ml: Gordon
walker. Lela I... 79, it'll' B arrlti
I>r MB. Rlvi rsldi
barkas. Sonny Lee, M. of i("ii\-
wood, Riverside.
FEIGENBAUM. Sadie Blanche, 73.
of MB. Newman. Interment Ml
N.I".
MORRIS. Adolf, 84, "f MB. Rlvi
Bide Interment \lt Sinai
VOGEL. Lewis, 84. of Nor!
Rlv< rsldi
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RAPPAPORT.
Bat H.iiImii
ROSENBAUV. Il
TEiTELBAUM. 1 s. -i.
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ANDERSCN. Roso G 1 2115
V\ Rshini ton MB. G >rdon.
BROADSKY. !'...... 8.1. 172
Ave MB Rivet side
kail. Mar) 7' Surf I. 1:
klein. < lie. ol '.
v" Xeho
ORCHANT. Yetta. 89, I......*i 1
Ave MB Rli ei Ide,
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GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open, trtrf Day Co.eat Strbbofh
MJ) SW 57th Ave MO 1-8583
Mign-.i'* Only Strictly Jewish
- Monument Dealer
Palmer's
Miami Monument Conpan/
3279 S.W. 8!h Street, Miami
444-0921 444-0922
Closed On The Sabhcth
Personalized Momoricls Cnst- m
Creftrl In Our O^n WorkMop,
on
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eiiKage In
business under |li<- rictltlous name of
-HK CLEANING MACHINE al Dade
County. Florida Intends to r.-eister
siimi name with the cierk of the cir-
cuit Court of bade County, Florida
JOEL H. SELTZER
5/11-18-23 6'1
JuemoriaJ Chapel
"JEWISH MSI : r.ECTOW
10CAI AJO OUT OF STATi
ARBANGf MINTS
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13385 W OlXlf HWV N M.
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Frtdcy. May 25. 1973
Klewlsti lH'orlidHlaiin
Page 11-B
KCAl NOTICE
IN THE Circuit court of the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOP Ol IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-2613
FRANK B. DOWLING
Bi.i
.MINNIE MAM I m\\
NOTICE TO CSEQIXOAS
To All CntiW . ins Claims I.- I in.-iiiil.- As. ii.-i Said
Estnte:
Toil are her. bv notified nn.l r.ciiiiuil
in tin-seat : > laillls mill detna nils
which von ni.iv Imvc nguinst ili.- .....
tut.- of MINNIE MAXII.OW deceased
I
I
V
ounty, Florida, to the
Dude County, ami
duulloate and as pro-
ii 713.16, Florida si.ii-
"iti.es in the i nun I)
Dnde County, Florida,
hi.M- month* from the
l DUbllcatlOII her. of,
I mi day
He of Dud
circuit Ju.li
ll<- tin Mli;
vlded In
utea In th,
Courthouse ii
within six ii
ime of th, 1'iiMi. i ii.
ur the *ame n ill he harreil
Filed at SI 1 it.[ Florida, ilu
of May. A.D 17.
LEW IS MANil.i.W
An Executor
First puhh ,,i n
the lltli .' ,.f .Mai. ):-,
JA \i >:> s utiTii
FRO.MBERt;. Fi:n.Ml:El:i; ,< |;..TII
PA.
Attorney for l.'\,. u,..r
M-102 Blsoav. i-.Hil.liiu;
Miitmi, Floi ::;;;,,)
5/11 -lK-o.1
UCAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SErtVICE
(NO PROPERTV)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 10868
] GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OnaMAfUtlAGE
I in RE:
The marriage nl:
SANTO PATANB. husband
mill
\ JOSEPHINE PATANB. Wife
' T< >: .h ISEPH INK PATANB
r Paul llurrl. ii
:::-:.'. sl-t St. Apt, ::.l
Queens, New York 11872
VOC ARE IIKUEI1V NOTIFIED
| thai nil nillnn for Dissolution of Mar-
tian,- ha* been tiled against you and
I you or.' required lo serve n copy nl
*\ , nil Robert II burns, attni tie) foi r,
I lltloiier, whose udtlress Is ISO Lincoln
i ltd. Suite 130, .Miami lleaell. lia., anil
I file the nrtirlnnl with the clerk of tht
| above styl tl court mi or before June
itii
15, 1973: ollierwla
il' fault will he
- i
NOTICti OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-10s"5
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The in l;, ,,'
EDWARD CASSEI.L. I', till......r
and
MARIE CASSEl l.. it. si..,ii.K nt
TO: MARIE r VSSEI.L
457 West ; siti-.-i
Now York < 'itv. \. v.
TOO ARE IIEREliY NOTIFIED
that an action i Dissolution of .Mar-
riage has h. .1 attains! y..,i ami
you are reuuii. to serve a c..|.y ,.f
your written .1. f, uses, it am. i ii
on I'AVID 8. Kl'Mlil I-:. alt..rn.\ I',.,
Petitioner) Whose address- is "".a l.i'i-
coln Knad. Miami I:, ah. Florida and
file the origin, v. illi lb,. .1. rl, ..i th,
above ityled n.uii on or before .inn.
15, l7Ji oth.-i is.' a .lefaull Will he
entered against y..u for the relief de-
mamli .1 In th. .'omnlninl or i.etilioii.
This notice s'iall be |.uhlishe.l on, e
each weak for four eonsooullv e weeks
In THE JEWISH l-'l OKIDIAN.
WTTNB8S tin hand and the s,d of
sal.I court at .Miami. Flotilla rn this
3 day of May. l :::.
RICRAKH P DRINKER
As Clerk. I'ir.'iiil i'o.im
Dode i ti'itv. Florida
By I; M. KISSEE
As I i. am Clerk
tfirouit Court s. ill
pavid S. KT'MP.I.E
" i.nn '.in Rd
Minml Beach. Florida 33138
Attorney for Petitioner
6-31-ISM
.-. n-ift-s.i r, i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
OAOE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-2388 (Dowlino)
In HE: Estate of
PABLO FERRO
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH Creditor- and All Persons Hnv-
llta t'lalms or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereto notified ami required
to present any claims and demands
which you ma-)' have against th,- estate
of PABLO FERRO deeeas.-.l late of
Dnde County. Florida, lo lb,. I'ir.uit
Judges of I;..! County, and file il"
same in dunlleate :m:\ a- i..-..\-;.l. .1 lo
Section 733.16. Florida Statutes, in
their offices in th Coun'y '"iir-bou-o
in Dnde CMtnty. Florida, within six
calendar months from th. time of
the first publication h.-r.i.l. or the
same will be barn .1.
Kilrd At Miami. Florida, ibis r.mh
day of April. A.D l!'T".
MYRIAM F. ALVAREZ
As Administratrix
Ficst publlestton of ihis noii.-e en
the 11th day of Mav. I"T::.
HAiatTS* BrRTCIX. r V
Attorneys for Admi nisi ran i\
r.tli Floor Dode Federal P.t.ltr.
Miami. Ilorlda 331::i
B.ll'IIU!.* : I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-10869
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN REl
THE MAItlUMii: OF
.IA.MAL ASKOCR. Petit loner.
and
DIANE A8FOPR. Rest......lent.
TO: niANH ASI-MR
M Main Street
South llam'.ton. New Vo.-k
TOO ARE HBREHV NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution ... Mar-
rial.-'' has been filed IIKalns > "U l'lid
you are required to serve a ropy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
i.n Al.VIX GOODMAN. I-:S'J-. 'itor-
ncv, for Petitioner, whos, address
is s.-,s.-. Sun- i Drive. Ml mil Flor-
ida and file tl.....lit-inal with th.
clerk of the above style.I ,,.ni .....>r
before June II. 1!'T::: otherwise a de-
fault will be entered attains! you r..i
the relief d. mandril in th. ...luidnin!
or petition.
This notice shall be publish, d once
each week for four eotiseciitn weeks
in THE JEWISH Pl.ORIIil.VN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Mhiml Florida a this
:: ,ia.- of May. 1*13
liiriivai P r.itivKEi:
As Clerk. Circuit dun?
1 lade i lUnt.v. Florida
Bv C. P. COPEI ANT'
A* Deputy ink
(Circuit Court S.-ah
A I VIN GOODMAN, ES(.i
R3RB Sunset Drtre
Miami. Florid i
Attorney for Petitioner
5 11-1 s-- '. I
entered ngalnst you for the relief de-
manded ia the rnmpliiinl ?.r petition.
This notice shall he t.uhli.-h.-.l t.....
each week 'or lour consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PI.ORIDIAN.
WITNBSH tin hand and the seal "t
said court at .Miami. Florida on this
:: il:n of May, IMS.
RICHARD P RKINKBR
As Clerk I 'Iri'Ull Court
Dnde County, Florida
Uy II M kissce
As Deputy i lerk
' ti 'in nil l 'ourt Si 111'.
ROBERT II Itl'RNS
1 I:.....i.....In Rd,
' Miami Reach, Flo. ">- ||:i
. ah... ties for Petition, i
r, 11.18-25 .-. I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-10837
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTIfN FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE M UtRI W!E OF
BI.IZA HBTH (1REEN
n ad
*AM ISIIBBN
TO: SAil liRBBN
! : lib iini.iiow n
TOP v 1:1: HEREUV NOTIFIED
that an .' lion for Dissolution of Mar-
rliure has been filed ngalnsl you nntl
you are reiiulred lo sr\.. a copy ,.f
your written defenses, if nny, t" ii
on DAVID E, 8TONB, attorney f"r
Petitioner, whose nddress Is lnl N.W.
13th Avenue. Miami, Florida. Phone:
338-4223. and file the original with
the clerk nf th. above styled .-ourt on
or before .inn,- II, IMS: otherwise n
win l... entered again*! you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published ..me
each week for foul.....nseeullve weeks
in THt: JEWISH FI.OKIHIAN.
WITNESS m> hand tin.I the seal nf
said eoUrl at Miami. Florida on ibis
_ day of May. 1L7::.
RICHARD P. BRTNKBrt
A" Clerk, Circuit Court
Jia-le County, Florida
l: I!. .1. F"V
As Deputy < 'lerk
(Circuit Court s.ali
DAVID K STONB
lnl N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128
Attorney ror Petitioner
:. 'ii-is-r;:, ; -t
IfOAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERV'CE
(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 HANIEI.S
Petitioner
a ml
I.VNKI.l. DANIELS
Respondent
TO: l.VNEI.I. DANIELS
VCH! ABB HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a petition for Dissolution of your
Marrlajri has I.....n filed and com-
men ed in this court and \..u are re-
quired to serve a copy "I your writ-
Men defenses if nny. to It on Charles
. W. H.rr ill. attorney for Petitioner,
whose ad.lre--, i.. 2301 S.W 33 Ave.,
; Miami. Pin :'..",ti.-,. and file th,. original
| with the .lerk of the above styled
court on ..r before June 13, 1073: other-
I wise a default will be entered ngalnsl
you for the relief prayed for in the
complaint or petition,
This notice shall he published onee
each we.-k f,.r four consecutive weeks
in Till! JEWISH FLORIDIAN,
WITNESS tttv hand and the ... ,.l .if
said court at Miami Florida on this
X day of Mav. 1P73.
RICHARD P. DRINKER
As ('lerk. Circuit Court
Hade County, Florida
By I. s DePIBTRt I
As Denuts C'erk
CHARLES W HBRR III
::.'] S.W. 22 Ave.
Miami. Fin. S3U.1
Attornci f"i Petitioner
S 11-18-2." : l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
r>F FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVIS'ON
PROBATE NO. 73-269
III RE Estate of
WILL \l!l> II. STEINBR
deeenaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persoi i llm
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are her, l.\ notified and required
I., ores.'in any claims and demands
which \ "ii may have ngalnst the es-
tate of WII.I.ARD II STEINBR de-
eased late "i Dnde < ounl.i. PI. -Ida.
in ihe Circuit Judges nf Dnde County.
and file the salll, 111 duolieale and II*
provided in Section 733.16, Ploridn
Statute! In Ihelr offices In the Count?
Courtiious. i-i Dade County, Florida,
wllhin siv calendar months from tin
lime of the first publication hereof, ..i
tin- sain.- will he barred
Plli .1 nl Miami. Florida, this fl rta>
of April. A 11 IM3 .
M AESII All Wi II.PER
As Ex. cut"
Flrsl publication of this nntic. oi
the liili day of May. IMS
SPARRBR. KBMEL. ROSKIN AND
IIEILBUON.NER P A.
Attorney for Bxeculor
i"n N. Itlscnyne lloulcvard
Miami. Florida 33132
.", II -Is-iT. 6 1
itCAl NOflCt
IN TiHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1759
In RE: Estati nf
DVJIITII I'Kl UOWICZ
.!, emwfl.
NOTICE T0 CREDITORS
To All Creditors .....I All Persons Hsv-
LCGAl HOIICt
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Th =
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCL T
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. TLOR'DA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVIS'ON
No 73-10>>9~<
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In It. Tin ilarrina. i f-
P M I i:\E JANE WATFORD, wlf.
nn.l WALTER THOMAS \\ ATFl
, hu......l
Iiir i laun- or Demands Agnlnsl s.u.l -,-,,. VVAITBR THOMAS WATFORD
l':"1''' .. l"T S.'ll'h Ida Ian.
rou lire hereby notified and required |.oiim Reach Mississippi
to preseni nny clnlms and demands vnr ARE HEREUV notified th I
which you mayJinve against the estate petition for Dissolution nf Mai
nf DVMITR TRPBOWICZ di.....ased ,,.,. ,,,, ,,..,, .,., lf)| ,,,u Blld .. ,u
late of pad.. County, Honda. I" the .,,., ner,.| r,ulreil 10 servt ti y
Circuit .hide.- ol |i...... I ountv. and ,,,- v,il|r ;ll,.Ull ,., ,,,ta-r l.lcndl
tile the sain, iii duplicate and a- pro- 0. ,.,.,......, ,, u. wife's All I
vnled in Section .::::. in. Florida Stnt- J.KSTER ROOBR8, ESQ., whose tcl-
Uten, III thell offices in th. tnunly. ,|r<,w ,.. i:.l \.W. I7ih A\. iue Ml-
Courthouse In Dnde County. Florida, I am, Florida 33135, and file lb.
I within six .aienii.ii n......hs from l- i innl with the n-.i. ..f tin
; linn "f the first puhllcntlon hereof, NIV|Wj eourl, on or before
or the same will be barred, of June. IMS or Hefnull will hi -
""il.d ni Miami. Florida, this 2tli :,,.,-...t ..,, .,,,,., you
da> of Mnrt h, \.n l
SON IA TRCIIOW If/
As Bxecutrlx
Plrsl publicntioii ..f this notice i
the I lib d. > of May. IM3
I l Li iVIi I. Rl'SKIN
Attorney for Executrix
la" Lincoln y.....1
Miami Beai h. Florida
:. 11 -is..'-, i; i
IN THE COUNTY COURT
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
(Formerly: Civil Court of Record!
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO 72-B1M
riOND STREET I: VINWBAR, a
, ,i>w VmiI- ."ii.. r ttlon,
Plulnllff.
\ --
I'l iRENl R T.I'STIO,
| Helen.lam
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY
TO: Fl.l iRBNCB M'STIt:
::|n South ......ni lloulevard
Palm n-iich, Kb r fin
DATEI' 'li.- "" day of Anrll, IM!
RICHARD P IIRINKBR
I ''..... I 'ilelMl I -..'.'I
llj R. M KISSEE
Denutv Clerk
l< "in nil Chi I Belli)
-, I t I Is-.?
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 73-11538
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE OF SUIT
.lAMI'.V. INC it Florida corn irutli I.
Plaint Iff.
vs.
| \\ 11.LI AM '!. I'l EVE and -------
I .'I EVE, Ills wife: DOROTHY
i I.IVINfiSTON ami
. I.IVINOSTi IN. I" i hush I: ANNA
H \\ IS and DA\ IS, I
n hat i l. \n: \ M MILLER i
ingle woman; il >.\ V. MEALS.
i single Woman: MAI'D
Will OrOIIIIY aii'l
YOU ARE NOTIF"-3D thai n m \vil I n< III i:v. h. hu.-l.:ind
lion for tliimnges has been filed 'TrT\.!iCH'.,K.NT'i,! '.""' 1
against y..u end you ire .....ulred to St Hi E\iu. her husband:
-"> n conv ol you, wrllle........nses !,. V > ',''/'>,-,,,.< "
If any, i" i JONAS .1 SdlATT. m her husband: WALTERS.
XKR, KSQ.. :' TAI IANOFF AND Mll.l hll mid .Mill
IIADER, i:s...s- tilorneys for Pluln- his wife; anil I \ HO I I.NA M.......
||ff, whos. ...,h.-- i-: I:.''' I in.-..!n Mill El. a".I .MIL I.I.I..
Roud, Mil mi Loach. Florida, on or he- her husband,
fore .Ii..... 25, IM1. and rile the orlgl- '.'. o i.'lanis. ,.,.., .....
mil "i'li Hie Clerk ol Ihis Court either AND -\">o ALL IN.kM"N
I., on mi Plalnilfrs Attorneys Pi-.R---" N. Hi-.ii:>. I >;a;> .i ;.
,.r I.nn,.....a tidy Ihereafler: otherwise ORANTEES vs. i.: \l :i .- : an;\
a defauli will I.......red ngalnsl you "'ni i:i: i aimants I \ .mim:
for Hi,- r.ii.i d, man.hd In Ihe ,-r.m- ) nil:"i'i I N DKII oil
Vfl VINST Wl OF ri'E APJ \ '.-
WITNESS in hand and the s. al of NAMED DEFENDANTS VVHii MAV
this Curl '.. Ma. II. IMS. P.B DEAD AND NOT X Ni iW \ Ml .
RICH VRD P. IIRINKBR
A* Clerk of i' 'in i
By: J W Ri "DOERS
I .- Dcnui> I'l.-rk
COUrt Seal
TAI.IANOFF AND P.ADER
I Allot in v lor l'laimil'i
I i......In Road
I Miami Reach, Florida 33139
' I'lYi \o : 53S-T33?'
I : IH-23 <" I-1.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-11175
PETITION FOR ADOPTION AND
CHANGE OF NAME
IN RE:
The udontlnn of teresea
FAVE llll.To.N mid TERRENCB
RBNAE llil.T"N. minors
Itv: Th. Ir St.niaiher
JOSEPH THOMAS FISHER
Residence I'lrtttioirn
TO: Wll.l IE A. HILTON
A.n ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an notion for Adoniion and
Change ..f Nam.- has been filed agnlnsl
you nod mii are reiiulred to serve a
copy "f V"U'- written defense, if anv,
to it nn: DAVID E STONE "f th.
law oiiii'.s nf STONE & SOSTCHIN
ml N W 12th Avemje. .Miaitc. Flor-
ida. Phone: 35X-4222, and file tl"
orlgl mil with tl"- Clerk of the above-
st> i.d i ..ut.......i h, i,.r. June 15
IMS: otherwise n default will be en-
tered ngalnsl you for Ihe relief de-
manded It Ihi iMinidainl or net i I ion
This notice shall lie iiubllshed mice
euc'j n>ck for four c......etillve weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl OHIDIAN.
WITNESS in- hand and Ihe seal
of said Court al .Miami. Florida on
ibis 7 dn .f Mav. 1973
RICHARD P. RHINKER
As Clei k, Clrcull Court
Had. County. l'i"i
By: R .1 POY
Deiiul.i Clerk
.. ii. no i inr, Seal i
Ii Will i: STONE
stum: ft sostchin. r
I'll N W 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida
Attorn. for Petitioner
-. 11-1*.IH r-i
IN THE COUNTY JUDC.E'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. Fl ORIDA
'N PROBATE
No. 70-3R59 (Blanton)
IN RE: Estnte nf
C MM, ROSSOW
Dee.iisHl.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is herein given Hint I have
lib.I in) Final Report and Petition for
Distribution nod l"i ml l Hschargi -
Exo-Utor "I th. ..-'Mi of CARL HOP-
SOW, deceased: and thul on the < flay
,.f June, IM1. w ill llOMl.i I" tin Hull
oroide Count) Judges ol Dsde Cliuntv,
Florida, for appn vu\ of said Final n
port and for illstrlbutioit and final ills
ebnri.'' u. Executor of the estnl
the al "v......ei".| de. dent 'I'''
do5 "'.' Mav. 1973.
i Joel i:."-"W
SIDNEY BPR< NS< 'N
Ai torney
al 2 A nsli I DuUdina
Mian... Flol Ida 33182
- : i iv--.-, r.\
i.la
A.
f
1(1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1381
in RB: Estnti of
N VT1IAN LINN.
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
lnu are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have aeainst the estate
of Nathan linn, deceased late "f
Dade County, Florida, to the firrttll
.Iu'Iko.s of Dade County, and file Ihe
same in duplicate and as provided III
Section T::::.io. Florida si ituti s, In
ih, ir offices in the County Cnurihimw
in Hade County. Florida, within :i\
calendar muniha from the time of the
first publication hereof, or Ihe some
will I" barred.
Piled III Miami. Florida, this :is!
day of April. A.P. I!'7.
I'AI'l. MOSKOWTTZ
As Executor
I'ir.-t publication of tiiis notice on
the 11 iii ilny "f May. IMS.
JOSEPH l HBR8TEN
A(torn.;i" for Execul i '
li'.'.o Spring Harden II.....1
.Miami. Florida ::::!".;
:. 1I-1S-8.1 .' I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-10719
CENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE: THE M VRRlAi IK I IF
PRK1 UlIB LEE Rl H'.ERTS,
I'el il ion, | .
and
fll ADYS ROBERTS.
Itcsuoiident.
TO: <:i VDV9 ROIIERTS
RESIDENCE INKS. IWN
\in ARE HBRKISV NOTIFIED
lhal an ficllon fo; Dissolution of Mar-
riage hns been filed ngalnsl you and
\..U are re.illil'.'d t.. m|-v.' a ...|.\ -
lour wriiteo .1. tens,.., if any. i" n ri,
DAVID I".. STONE, ESij., attorney f.-'
I', lie nee. \\ hose add is ST. i\'K
,< SOSTCHIN. P V. l"' N.W. 12th
Ave. Miami. Florida, Phone: n'.S-4'J:;'.
and ,'iie ,!> original Irti ihe i '
Ii-.- al."\ sl.\ Il ll I'OUrl ..ii or I" I"'.
June 7. it'?:',: otherwise a default wi".
Ih entered ngalnsl you foi ih rellt-i
!. "landed in Ihe e. md.ii in or i"lii;"'i
This notice shall be publish, i one
each week for fout "CCUtlve Weeke
In THE JEWISH PI URIDI \ x'
\\ ITNESS nn h- nil nnd Ihe seal id
aid court ,1 'i iiimi. Plot 111
ni .a May. IM '
R c rtRI.NI :::
As I il I-i.. "ir U : 'ourl
11.1,1. I
l:. ,' I- i-i.l'Fi VND
A.- l i.i in v i i, rk
' iri'Ull I "Hi I S, all
Ti i\ K & s' is r. bin. P a
il V VV '-'ih Ai
liaiin. Florid .
.A',"inev for petltl.....'T
I :, I : '-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORiDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-2470
In HE: Estate nf
STANLEY k AM IRTON
Heeeased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons llnv-
Ing tiiiims or Demunda Agnlnsl Said
Estate:
You ar. hereby notified and re-
uulr. .1 I" present anv claims and de-
mand* which you nui) have ngalnsl
the estate Of STANLEY K MORTON
de, eased lute of 'ado ColUltJ I'loiida
lo ih.- Circuit Judges nf Had.- County,
and file the same in duolieale and n
nrovlded in Section ""."..11. Florldn
Statutes, in their offices in ilo L'ouu- ;
i iv Courthouse in Hade I ounty, Flor-
ida, within ^i\ calendar months from |
: th, time of the flrsl publication here- '
' of. ..r the rome will be barred.
Hated at Atlanta, OeorBla, ibis 23
da. ..I April, AH. I!'T?:.
El I IS .1. MORTON
A.- Executor
Fir.-t publication of ihis notice on
; the l'T da) of Anrll. IMS,
! FACNCE FINK .v.- PORMAN
attorney ior the Bxeculor and ihe
Estate
I isus Congress Rulldinff
|X........ "" MtM 4/27 5/4-11-13
NOTICE OF AC TION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
DEAD Oil ALIVE. AND Al S" ALL.
PNKNOWN PERM IN I' < RIMES
li \ IMA NTS VND DEPENDANTS
I HAVING OR .I.AI.M'Ni: ANV
! RKIHT, TITI E OH INTEREST IN
i i|{ TO THE I":' iPEHTV INVOLVED
IN THIS CAI'SI' AM '
IIBHEINAPTEH DK'R1IIED
Ti i: W11.Li All : ii EVE and
i i.EVE. his w ii>.
| Washington Rand
Bradford. New Hamiisblrc
DOROTHY LIVINOSTON i"'
-------------------I.IVIM.'STiiN. her
hush in.I.
Shelby. Michigan
l.At l!A Al MILLER.
a single woman,
47-".th Avenue W. si
llelld. I.-Mliville.
North Carolina
ll>.\ v MEA1 s. a single wonan,
41" Mi Knlglil U" id
IMtlslwrgh, I'eiin- v ivanln
MAI'D Wild ol" nn: v aid
-------------------WILLUCOHBT, her
husband
782 East l"-i J
APOrtmenl No. '
Houston, Texas
BETTY 81 'HOENT \'l and
------------------Bt.ilOK.NTAC, her
husband.
Sarou1.urn. Pennsylvania
FLORENCE II Ti.V and
-------------------ToV her husband.
Pine Illll Route N". 10
Kit tunning. ]'-mis viva uia
WALTER S. Alii HER and
------------------- Mll.l EH. his wife.
Xiir.il Mnreclla An nue
Slow, ihlo 142*4
Vi'l ARC. IIERKHY NOTIFIED
rhiit an action i" Ouiot Title i-noutn-
Irerlng llie foil."viiit described prop-
'ni siiu;,!^,! In Had" County, Plor-
ida. lo wit:
lot C, and tin South One-Hall of
Lot *., Block :. "f I'Ai.t'MAi:
siii'ivisb i.n. according, t" the
lial tli.re.'f. as recorded in Plat
Hook 7 at Page I5S. of the Pub-
li. l:....nl- of Hade County, Flor-
ida.
lias l.een filed agnlnsl mu. and you
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE :1IO r. nulr.d to serve :.....By of you
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
D/- DE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73 '0581
ACTION FOR D'SSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I.N RE: Th.- MairhiBi
CECILIA INEZ MARTINEZ,
w r,.
in 'i
\|.i"l In MANUEL MARTINEZ.
Hush, ml
TO: ADOLFO MANTEL MARTINEZ
e .. Migui 1 a Mnrtlncx
Admlnlstnuloiii Centro Mlrnnda
Avonlda In 'leiidein la. Ediflcto
R. id, i. ias 1 ion i :,i mail
I ... -il \-l
I e- T.......-. V. n. xin la. S V
VOf ARE HEREBY NOTIFIITI
,liI nn ... r.m for Dissolution ..i Mar-
riage has h.en filed .-mains! )'OU .ni'< ......--------------------------------
you ar. i.eui'v.l ," sen'e o i*op? nf
your written defenses, if anv. to it NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
on HAPOI.D CEASE, nttornei for NAME law
petitioner. wh>j.e nddr.ss 1-27'n West NuTICB is HUKBrlY tllVEN that
Flngler Street, .Miami. Florida, and the undersigned, desiring to engagt n
'ile the niiailinl With th. clerk "f buhlness und. r th. Iclltlous name of
i.a. styled e,.iiu on or before DLANtJliTA SIUE STORK at 17".;
June IP7S: otherwise ti default di yu IfiTlti Street, Opa I.oeka. HI.
be cot... I nealnsl you for Ihe relief ,,. ,i. ,. jl.mer said name with
ilemaud.d 'it Ih .ni"laini or petition ih. Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court "f
This n-.t'ee wh.ill b. publlshiil one. Dnde Count) I'l- i '
each week for lour consecutive WeiKS RaPL AIAAKE7
111 Tilt; JEWISH Fl ORinlAN :, i-ti-lv
WITNESS no hand ,""l Ih, se-il _______________________________-------
id -. t I I Ida "a il'
IVliltCn defenses, if anv. Oil! SHKIe
|.i'\ IV l'AI.1 i:v. BHQI IRE. At-
torney for Plnlnllfl i'.-7 Northwest
I Tib Street, Miami, Ploridn MISS oi
. ... I., for, ih. :" ilu) "f June, 1073
nnd file Ihe nrlgluul with Ihe Clerl
Ol II I '. II U llelhef Ii.I'mI -.. \ ||
ii lit,.....fi- A Home j or Immedi-
iiteli iherenfier: otherwise u Default
i, .ii in .a" -i vou for the
demanded in Pliillll 'ffs Pi m -
WITNESS my hand nl.....fii.-lai -...:
II nlili. I' tile i 'oUnt) Florida. Ihis
I'l das ol ,i v. 1!"7::.
,. 'n. ii" i'. in Seal i
RICHARD P. RRTNKEK
Clerk of Said Court
U) R, M KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
r /i 8-2:. /1-?
.....la) nf v nri!. '""
Itli-H v I:l > P niirVKRR
a- i lerk. ii. tt'i "oiii i
' ,1 Wnl i f......"'
I'.v R, Al KtKi
v.. i.. nul i Clei I.
| i .-. nil '.,i.-l ,-V ,|.
' \ ,:i 'i I'l rg VSE. BSQ
.;.. \\ : ( 'ai", '" Pl e. I
Mlliml I :'""
Vitorm "' Pi ni" nor
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni.'liii: IS HEREBY OIVBN
th. uodersignod, deirlng t" ngnge in
i :. i, nairn il
n II .IASA.N INTERNATIONAL at
! ." llox .Miami li. ::.:ini In-
tends t" reglstei said name with th-
i ;.ii f '" Circull Courl "f Dane
Count) !" i .
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Section C

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Max Lcmer
Sees /f
Robert Russell, president of Grecrter Miami
Looking over the Silver Anniversary awards
presented at the Israel Bonds dinner at the
Fontainebleau Hotel by Foreign Minister
Abba Ebon are (from left to right) Milton M.
Parson, Israel Bonds executive director;
Jewish Federation and recipient of the Prime
Minister's Medal; Minister Eban; Dr. Leon
Kronish, pesident of the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami, and L. Jules Arkin,
dinner chairman.
Rabbi Schiii
Florida's Congressman William Lehman greets Israel's am-
bassador Simcha Dinitz at the 14th annual National Policy
Conference oi the American Israel Public Affairs Committee,
which ook place last week in Washington, D.C.____________
Judea Lodge Jubilee Celebration To
Feature Nairn, Lehrtield and Diamond
The J-idea Lodge of B'nai B'rith
. d a gala jubilee celebra-
25th anniversary of the
i Israel Sundaj al 8
\ sembly doom ol the
Piaza Apts.
The Hon. Ashcr Nairn. Coun
to the Israel hi
..... m, IV C, will be the
princi Mr- Nalm haa
been ':' the '
, he me of Its
Hi was a mber of the
youth
111 in ISTJ '
:.. Dr. '"d of
Kn< seth Israel, Miami Beach, who
s imn unal and Israe i
- and ha, been one of the
most ardent supporters of br
M[ Vitii Miami, will tell of the
part thai this community has
piayed in helping Israel in its
endei >'ors.
Charles Temple, well known
..;. .,(,:, r and author,
will present a message from the
people of Israel. Nina Diamond,
oe of the most popular Miami
sopranos, will sing a number of
Israeli songs.
Mrs Edda Deehl, mother of
Judge Robert Deehl, will present
a flag of Israel she made, which
RABIil DAVID LEURF1ELD
will remain permanently with the
Judea Lodge.
The president of Judea Lodge
is Col. Nathaniel H. Kutcher and
the program was arranged by a
committee composed of Benjamin
Kutcher, Chairman, Philip Lcvine.
Dan Popek, Abe Ptachik, Col.
William Feitelberg, Hyman Rubin-
stein, Zig Schwartz and Dr. Murray
Frogel.
Schiff Friendly
Social Club's
Luncheon Guest
The Miami Friendly Social Club
will hold a luncheon on behalf
of the Greater Miami Jewish
F e d e r a t i on's
1973 Combined
Jewish Appeal -
Israel Emer-
gency Fund
Campaign Sun-1
day, according
to Max Garahag,
president of the
.'iub.
The luncheon,
\'iil be
held at 1 p.m.
in the Israelite
Jewish Center.
3175 S\V 25th St.. will be in honor ,
of the 25th anniversary of the
State of Israel.
Rabbi Solomon Sehiff. director
of Federation's Community Chap-
laincy Service anil executive vice
president of the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami, who was
recently elected president of the
South Florida chaplains Associa-
tion, will be the finest speaker. I
The musical portion of the pro-
gram will be presented by Cantor
Nathan Parnass.
The arrangements committee
for this function includes Joe
Shokolsky, Kalman Friedberg and'
Mrs. Minni StieglltZ.
Men's Club Of
B'nai Raphael
Elects Officers
At a special meeting Sunday
morning, the Men's Club of Con-
gregation B'nai Raphael elected
a new slate of officers, who will
! be installed at a special Friday
' night sen ice June 1.
Elected were Cantor Emanuel
Mandel. president; Mel Weiss, vice
president: Wilbur A. Heine, sec-
retary, and Irving Pivnick, trea-
surer.
Plans were also formulated
under the direction of chairman
! Joel Laube for a picnic at T. Y.
Park on Sunday. July 22nd.
Andy Waldstein, program chair-
man, has obtained a guest speaker
who will talk on Florida State
Taxes and Estate Insurance at the
June 17 breakfast meeting.
One of the major projects of
the Men's Club this coining year
I will be a testimonial banquet in >
! honor of Cantor Jack Lerner.
! Chairman Ralph Gerstenfeld and
his committee are devoting their
full efforts to make this banquet
most memorable one. '
Try this !:-t of names. William B nt, John Pick ring, ui
uel Chase, James H. Peck, West H Humphreys, Andrew John,
ron, v :.:..-. Belknap, Charles S ayne Robert W. Arc!
e W. Ei Harold I. i .. Halsted L. River. D<
you ogi hi
Am Johns< i ay, because of t > his
hm< nt has i
wise they remai mi n
who hi b :i impeached by 1 and tried bj th
from ___^
[rant. n< man and t ol
v : n the constitui >nal his-
t,<:: of s, :. -': l ad off th m e for .
Justice Willii i 0. Douglas II was p d last y< r
hment Trials and Errors" (Knopf) and it should be
read | Ij in this Wat rgal yi
People are talking in a | y about a Xix r im-
ment. In some recent conversatii ns around the country I
find that most people skirt it still, bu1 it -"ays in the air. and
you fee! its brooding presence when they talk about the agony
of Watergate.
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Ry the Constitution (Arts. 1 ar. and by later usage, im-
peachment applies to the President. Vice President, federal
judges and other "civil officers of the United States." but ex-
cludes senators and congressmen It is meant for "treason,
bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors."
Irr.roachmoni itself is a kind of indictment, done by the
e of Representatives M thi Sena s trial it needs two-thirds
of the rs present to convict The penalty is r from
. qualification to hold an fedei ff '. The
Presidenl can't intervene, sine I I appointees w i< are be-

It may sound simple and clear-cut, but few sections of the
C n tuti< n ha e turned out to be as icing, tang! and gen-
. ry in their app In most of the '.'- his
ases the parti,an spirit oi b I has h a field
day. lory oi impeachment in Ited Stal Brant
es, ".-hows all too plain! j thai the House and Senate, if re-
strained only by -.heir own sense of self-restraint, can twist 'high
- and misdemeanors' into an unrestricted power to im-
peach >r any cause."
Th overstate it Not that the men whoi ouse
picl | to bring before th Si .' have been angelic. Blounl was
a senator who go' messed a f ibusterin exp< lition:
Pick,-:.;- a drunken feden Igi swore lustilj the
bench; Chase, :io drunk, b I a p 111 '
peck judge who didn't have much judgment; Hum-
phrey's, a judge who joined the CV nfederacy.
Belknap was f wai un er Clvsscs S Gn.....arho
was not averse to making some monej ou1 of his ments
Swayne Archbald and English u"h
,:os of pro iobs L was
accused ol etl i incompetent reci vers collect hi; i fi and
Ritter [ < ught up in a net of charges about 1 *lle
on th<
Several of the 12 were removed from office; n >?1 i the
,,... thi ta Pf 'and consl I I eon
. rh< worst case of a I was thai iident \" "
ame a target of a vi by a cabal oi sen tors
. Reconstruct* n pel fl ; ath-
and h ted h i se hi r. :..- "" rs
It hai '" "f his "'' ,
: misdemeanors H -... ivii tioi b i ngle
vote.

It is worth dwelling on this bbj
-,: the bramble bush i ain It ma; turn out
don- Uy and unmisl with
. in the Water I *ouM "" in a
,( u] hh a ase
i ii nt with his policies.
Evi befoi He Sen would
rip h ion apart, us th. nson trial-did. If it got 1
my ,. ,] Mr Nixon v ould bi more likely i than
to go thi S< at i trial
Until we learn and know far i n we do ri we
v;ou'( awa5 f'->,m *
mem ro as the worst route ol a 1.
Post Offices Closed Monday
District Manager Postmasi
.- >f Miami has announci I
that Miami post offices, stations
and branch be closed Mon-
day in i i>v7. vance of M< I
Day.
There will be no city or rural
mail deliveries except for the us-
ual special delivery service.
Collections will be made on a
holiday schedule augmented by,
. Mia! and area
\ : ,. i ms will
on the usual Monday
! si aster Daws rei inded post-
, rs that self-service post-
al centers are located conveniently
"iroughout the Greater Miami
area. These facilities offer basic
mailing services 24 hours a day.
seven days a week.


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Friday. May 25, 1973
^Jmistntrkfiar
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North Dacie women now actively involved in the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's 1973 CJA-IEF campaign got to-
gether last week to honor North Miami Beach resident Ethel
Nicely. Among -hose attending the ccfiee g were
Ifxcra leii Mrs Malcolm Meister, Mrs. Judith Stahl. North
Dade area board secretary Mrs. Jerome Reich, and Mrs.
Edmund Benson.
Mrs. Ethel -Nicely Feted
By North Dade Leadership
\vi men fr< ni all
in-
1973 Comb i I
E n< -- ncj I
Ci .
. Great i Mil mi J w ish Fed-
| esenl
. than 2i 0 cami...
: imi ly S1.2 mill: in in
-. ia .", gifts, an increase of 46
per cent over 197J ... g
The reason for such outstanding
-- .- d dii ation P'. rs
imitment and hard work from
- nding women as >1
I Nicely of .North Mij
Bench.
Alth itigh she is a victim ot
sis, and is
to wh( Mrs Nicelj wil
r overlook the needs of th
ersell \-
perso ial ntril ution to the I
nducted her
own ''.' n-a l hon."
igh several hours :it her
h me : '-one. Mrs. Ni
\ $1,000 in women's
s to C fA-IEF m
whi erseli ul I not ,
: :
. lei s ol hu nan
A former tea her. and mother
e j d ughter,
;ici
: th ii en of the
r Miami Jewish community.
.;,> c:
l! North Dad( IVomi
.. ..i cat< re : a bn akfasl meet :..
at he h me eai th, Th.
" -i v as so w<
thai dozens of other N. v
..-. i. Vi : und Il
' .: 1973
. rts.
"Ed '. y :
an it the < xcf ..err
:il icti' en ir
S'orl D; d She i Iso an out
imen every
For des
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to and the time an an
her lu art f r thi ..
who are I fo
houl the ii
, an aroui
Sports For Israel Honors
Four Dade Conn I v Leaders
Almost four hundred per ns
".ended the Sports for Israel
testimonial dinner at the Doral
Hotel on the Ocean Thursday,
kicking off Sports for Israel Week
(May 10-17) as proclaimed by
Florida's Gov. Reubin Askew, and
area mayors of Dade County. Gov.
Askew and Secretary of State
Richard Stone were honorary co-
chairmen.
Four outstanding Dade Counti-
ans were honored by the U. S.
Committee. Sports for Israel. Inc.,
which sponsors the Maccabiah
Games (World Jewish Olympics),
to take place in Israel. July 9-19.
E. Albert Pallet, general chair-
man, and his co-chairmen of the
Florida Committee. Congressman
Wiiliam Lehman. George W. Val-
entine and Robert V. Walker, re-
ceived plaques and certificates
(scrolls) of appreciation. Accept-
ing for the absent Mr. Walker was
Vivian Decker, senior vice pres-
ident of his savings and loan asso-
ciation.
Gui Govaert. director of the
Miami Beach Tourist Development
Authority, presented the TDA's
check for $1,500 to the Sports for
Israel Committee, covering the ex-
pensee for Janet Haas, Florida
singles tennis champion, who has
been chosen to play on the U. S.
Maccabiah Team.
Miami Beach is the only city
which is officially sponsoring an
athlete to the World Jewish Olym-
pics Some 2,000 athletes from 35
countries will compete in over 20
sports next July. The L". S. Team
will have about 180 in the com-
petition.
Col. Phil Cohen, general man-
ager of the U. S. team for the past
three Olympics, who will again
accompany the team to Israel in
July, is a resident of Dade County,
as is Isadore Wasserman, manager
' of the gymnastic team.
! Col. Cohen said that more
athletes will be chosen from Dade
County in the next month. Mark
Joffee, of North Miami High
School, another talented tennis
player, has already been chosen.
as has swimming star. Wendy
.Vatts. of Palm Beach, and golfer
Chuck Gans.
; Certificates To
Be Distributed
Certificates and awards till be
distributed by Mrs. Lillian Rubel
to the students of the Temple Beth
Tov adult education class Friday
i at 8:15 p.m.
I
Mrs. Rose H. Rose, a Public
, School teacher who is a member
| of Temple Beth Tov, will deliver
j the Sabbath sermon.
The students are Mary Hagerty,
I Arnold Cohen, May Cohen, Eve
Horowitz, Sandy L. Rose, Sara
Fish, George Fish. Rose H. Rose,
Abe Rose. Marvin S. Rose and
Alice Gellis.
Happenings
Dr. Daniel MinU, head of Islet
Cell Transplant Research being
conducted at the University of
Miami School of Medicine, dis-
CUSMd his project and received
a check for S50.000 from the
Juvenile Diabetes Foundation at
thMi-'ret Mailman Center for Child De-
velopment.
it it
R< tin ned prisoners of war and
led American veterans of
the Vietnam conflict now living
in Dade County and their faru-
- svere jointly honored by
The Salvation Army and Dade
County at its eighth annual
':'.... 'glades Hotel.
Major Emery Frier-
son, rider ol Sah ation
Arm; activities in Miami and
i
Judge Arden v. Siegendorf of
epti
ris two-
. udges of the
- spec ... < urts at the
v. f th< Stat
th< Ken
{ the Ui rsi Ni vada.
Charlton W. Tebean, past
pre- H
cal Si ?iety. rec< ived the Ame:
ican Ass >n for
I of Merit
I ik. "A His
["he award was
the 71st annual
Histori
held in F rt Pierce
The "'- meeting
in T lassce, approved the ap-
Marie w. Ander-
son, i Florida newspa-
pei man of the
..h ernor's oin i sion on the
. of Women, as dean of
... Relations at Florida
. sity in Mi-
imi Ms. the on'y
It anship in
tion the state univer-
sity :- .-I Fli :.' was nomi-
I sition by Dr.
Cha:I.'s E, Perry, president of i
Fll .
Walter E. Helier Internation-
al orporation ports that net
quarter
nded V ch 31. 1973, rose 13
per cent t fh, refit ct-
from both
luring op-
erate -

Main I ibrarj of the
Librarj Sys-
tem is d Sunday be-
: Ma> -7. Other hours will
same. Monday
through Friday. 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
and Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sunday hours will resume in the
fall.
it it it
Barry College Alumni Asso-
ciation's 1972-73 president, Phyl-
lis A. Gray of Bal Harbor, turn-
ed over trie gavel to new presi-
dent Sandy Southmayd of North
Miami at its annual luncheon
j meeting and assumed chairman-
1 ship of the 1973-74 "Alumni An-
nual Giving Fund Drive."
I Kindergarten
Graduation Set
Kindergarten school graduation
will take place at Temple Beth j
tfoshe Thursday. May 31. at 10:30
a.m.
The entire student body will
present "The Year's Study in ,
Review" with Mrs. Ethel Kandel's
class illustrating their future am-
bitions: Mrs. Phyllis Chaney's
class reviewing "The World We
Live In", and Mrs. Eleanor Ein-
horn's class dancing and singing
through "The Songs of Childhood."
The graduates are Stephanie |
Moss. David Lanzet and Lisa i
Kaufman, whose parents will host
: the exercises.
Registration for the 1973-74
. school year is now in progress.
The school program is under the
supervision of Rabbi Joseph A.
Gorfinkel, Mrs. Ethel Kandel and
Benjamin Udoff, educational di-
l rector. '
Dinner chairman L. Jules Aikin presented surprise
quets of Lowers to three women who served as host
foi planning receptions in preparation lor the Silver Anni-
versary Dinner sponsored b\- Israel Bonds in cooper;
w : the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Sh
Robert Russell were left to righl Mr. and >!rs. Jack S. Pop.:":
ard Mrs. Seymo ir Friend.
Residents oi Kin< Cole or Miami Beach recently held l
: meeting on I til : the Greater : Jewish Fed-
npaign A him on the hie of
Ida Meii was featured. Shewn c.'^ove from '.eft are
Ju'ius Kaplan- Mrs. Mildred Ives, a member of the King
Cole CJA-IEF campaign committee; attorney Richard Es-
sen, who spoke at the meeting, and Mrs. Joan Chester, who
!ulius Kaplan as King Cole CJA-IEF cochairman.
Dr. a::-; Mrs. Abraham Cohen cf North Miami Beach who
were in Israel for the 25th anniversary celebration, attended
various festivities and met with top government and medi-
cal leaders. A highlight of their trip was a meeting in Tel
Aviv with Israel's first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion,
with whom they discussed Miami's role in the Israel Bend
campaign. Mr. Ben-Gurion, along with Golda Meir,
was a founder of the Israel Bond drive in 1951.
David Peleg (left), consul of Israel, was in Miami recently
to present the State of Israel Scroll of Honor to Mr and Mrs.
Alexander Salz (center). The occasion was a "Night in Is-
rael" celebration at Gateway House in North Miami Beach
at which the Salzes were honored for their long involve-
ment in community and Jewish activities. Also pictured is
Joe Alexander, c&crirrncm of the Gateway House Israel Bond
committee, sponsor of the erent.
of David rvm'lery
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Friday, May 25, /973
Mwmw, Rothenberg And Adler
Continue Service At Beth Tomh
The re-engagement of Rabbi
Norman Mussman as educational
director. Max Rothenberg as ex-
ecutive director and Rev. Mordc-
chai Adler as ritual director, has
hrvn announced by livin? New-
man, president of Beth Torah Con-
gregatien.
Rabbi Mussman. who will again
be in charge of the entire educa-
i Ml department including
nursery, kindergarten, Hebrew
noL religious school rnd adult
education, ca-i<- to Mi imi in 1971.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts do .n e
ft m Roosevelt University, a
Master of Arts from DePaul I'm
w rrity and was ordained with a
Bachelor of Hi b l.< ltd d
I at the H
C liege in < hit. o.
r to hi.; appointment by
P th Torah. Ri bbi Mussman,
who experu n in the Held of
3 wish : ical n spans more than
20 years, was principal and
foun-ier of the North Shore Jew
Ish ("immunity High School. He had
previously served a pulpit in
Sebenectady, \ v. and aa aaaist
ant rabbi in charge of a religions
lOOl in Omaha. Neb.
Mr Bothenberg came to Miami
in liJ67 and has served as admin-
istrator of Beth To.ah Congre-
gation for the past six years. His
duties include the administration
< all the affairs of the congre-
| tion, implementation of all pol-
- estahlisbed by the hoard of
directors and committee, co-
atian of all ynagogne aetiv-
and function.-, and sup i
1 tin.
of all purchasii In addi-
tion, he has served as editor of the
Maxwell Harris, (right) receives
congratulations from Charles
Goldstein, outgoing president,
after being insiaiied as presi-
dent of Temple Ner Tamid. Mr.
Harris current president of the '
Miami Mica-Cancer Organiza-
t.on, is a formsr president of
Tnrnple B'nai Israel, St Cath-
erine, Ontario.
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an invisible 3rd party.
Here it's tlie
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"Who was that caterer?"
At the Sheraton-Four Am-
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We have an international
reputation for food prepar-
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unique talents in the area
of catering are available to
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We've been catering to
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like you for years.
For information call
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Ask for Pete Messenger
Catering Manager
pheraion- ()
f I -'ourAj nba'^sadors I
SOI So. Bayshore Drive
Miami. Florida
f Win. 0* OttttVXt o>r
Before affiliating with Beth
Torah. Mr. Rothenberg served tve
years as administrator of a syna-
gogue in Bayside. L. I.. \. Y. He
had previously worked for a CPA
firm in Detroit. Mich., while at-
tending Business Administration
and'ActWnntirrg classes
Rev. Adler. a native of Jeru-
salem, has served as ritual direc-
tor, choir director and Bar Mitzvah
instructor at Beth Torah since
July. 1970. He attended Beth
Medrash L'Morym Uisrachi and
received his musical education,
which included choir and cantonal
training, from Cantor Shlomo
Zalman Rivlin. under v.horn he
studied 13 years.
After coming to the United
States in 1958. Rev. Adler served
as Hazzan Sheini, Torah reader,
Hebrew and Bar Mitzvah teacher
at Congregation B'nai David in ,
Detroit. .lust prior to coming here. :
he served a congregation in Pan-
ama as cantor.
Post and Auxiliary 'West Miami To HoW 6th Anniial
Mark Memorial Day Mo*"orial Dav Parade* *^~
Residents of Dade County are
Jewish War Veterans. West invited to come to West Miami
Miami Post 223 and Auxiliary, in- Monday at 2 p.m. to take part in
eluding the junior division Star-' the s,x,n annual Memorial Day
lefts, will hold its annual Memorial j Parade and Wreath Laying
Day services at the West Miami Ceremony.
0p?nS,P and 1 Sunday at J 0 a.m. man of ,hc cjtizens- colnmiCe on
Rabbi Charles Rubel. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Tov, will
conduct the services, and a
memorial wreath will he laid at
the base of the war memorial park
b> post commander Aaron Slachter,
and auxiliary president Mrs. Lester
Natalie) Rosenberg.
Guest speaker will be Robert L.
Beskind. Captain. I". S \a\y.
The Post, represented by Mr.
Slachter and Louis Tuck, national
regl rial vice commander, recently
presented the West Miami Post
annual plaque to Henry Aviles of
Miami Southwest Senior High
School for "outstanding achieve-
ment in scholarship."
The ceremony also included
presentation of a 36-year plaque
to E. H. Allsworth, principal of
the school.
arrangements, said that the
speaker will be Brig. Gen. F.dward
Hirsch. commanding general of
the 31st Air Defense Artillery
Brigade in Miami.
I Back in 1968. Trudy Stern, an
officer of the West Miami Jewish
War Veterans Auxiliary.
{eflted that the Post's annual
Memorial Day wreath laying cere
mony be expanded into a com-
munity-wide parade and observ-
ance. It has nou grown to where
it is the largest Memorial Day
observance in Dade County. Metro
Mayor John B Orr has been ap-
pointed honorary chairman for this
year's event.
ance
Jim Slaughter, cochairman, ex-
pects 60 units in the parade.
Leading the musical units will be
a band from the Orlando Naval
Training Station and a Marine
Drum and Rag" Corps from Paris
Island. S. C. They will be aug-
mented by local musical orgeat
cations.
Route of the parade will be from
the Sylvanla Heights Elementary
School. 5D01 Sv* 18th St., west to
62nd Ave. north to 12th St. and
marching easl > Sylvanla Blvd.
sus"';.nd ending at Open Space Park,
56th Ave. and SW 16th St. for
the prograi I wreath laying.
Councilman Martin Velen says
that some 20 municipalities and
veterans and i organizations
will present M .
Theme of the day is "March on.
Spirit of America" soon 200
years.
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Spring Festival-Farewell
Programs Planned By ECD
Jo^JnTp!! UfTd D-'a **"*>** t* of certified
ywSt?V2 "' Wf!teach*" WlU d Early Child-
5.'- ;. to ch a! B900 hood Eduation."
Branch afii "' ,CmiatTy The BCD -
;'"' ip-oi w. Dixie Hwy. vide* a definite social and emo-
Hval '" 2" "' Spiin' Fl" ti0Mdl towti<> which broadens a
nvai and Farewell I to grams youngsters a chance to develop a
iam>(iay: at 10 a. jr.. All children close relationship with an adult I
participate n honoring the other than his parents or relatives
lanacrgarteners. Readiness for the primary grades'
i no following children were to is stressed in the Kindergarten'
receive certificates indicating they curriculum.
are read? to enter Br*t grade: According to ymywha presi-'
Joseph P;Iato. Evan Firestone, dent Stanley Gilbert. "The Y is
Kinili.i;> ciein. Sonja Geltner. starting, for the first time, a quality
Betsy Goldin, Shari Hirt. Andrew day care facility with hours from
ives, Jason Lawrenoe, Andrew 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monduv through
Lessen- Janna Madder, Jose Friday, and an afternoon ECD
Aiendez Michael Milbert, Andrea session from 1 to 4 in addition to
Papier, Lisa Schwartz Shari Smith, ihc 9 a.m. to noon session."
ivonnv Baserman, Stephen Berney. i Registrations are now being
Kelli Betts. Marsha Bloom, Michael taken by Vivian Becker for da\
Chavin, Shari Fertig, Miriam Gold- care to start June 4. Registrations
berg, Steven Leiter, Meri Miller, are a'.Fo being taken now for the
Ehud Rockach, Debra Tower. September 1973 semester, 9-12 or
Betty Mgtz anel Lisa Hollander. ; 1 4.
Plans f, ho enriched and ex "for registration information at '
parted program for the September tht, CeIlira, Braiich call Wiv Ht,,on
1973 semester are now completed.: Weinsiock; at the North countv
reports Belts, PTA Branch ca ,4l.s. slu.ila Wemer.
.
Capt. Giuseppe Quartini welcomed Polly
and Baron deHirsch Meyer (left) on board
the TSS Fairwind for c one-week Caribbean
cruise last week. For Mr. and Mrs. Saul
Blitz (right) it was the second cruise this
year on Sfcmar Cruises' 25,000 wind. The luxury vessel, which sai's every
Saturday fiom Port Everglades, visits San
Junn, St. Thomas. Santo Dominqo and Port-
au-Prince, where Polly says the shopping
is too good to miss-
chairman for the V's Early Child- *"""' "" __
hood I) 'velopment >roeram at the a uj m .. ii
General Branch. -The ym and Guild Issues Casting Call
Ywha Kindergarten Program is singer.-, dancers and actors
unique in the E D G Id because it 'men and women) are wanted for
provides youngsters with, a crea- the Broadway musical. Maine,"
live basis for learning, opportune ;;t Congregation B'nai Raphael,
ties for individualized group activi- 1401 N\V 183rd St., at 8:80 p.m..
ties ami positive experiences in Sunday, Mondaj and Tuesday.
Jewish Living," -.. d Mrs. Betts. June 10-12. it h8s been announced
''Children live and learn in small by the B'nai Raphael Theatre
groups of their >. : age guided by Guild.
Sunland Center's Tikvah Class To Get Certificates
The first closing exercises of the The Tikvah Program, sponsored Synagogue of America, who w
Tikvah class at the Sunland Train-;by Southeast Region United Syn-\presently associate director o( the
ling Center will be held in the agogue of America, is a weekly! Central Agency for Jewish Edu-
Sunland Chapel Sunday. June 10. c'a9s "f Jewish content for tbx cation in Miai i.
ul i um '/'special child."' Mrs. William Ber-
--------1- 1_____________________son is the instructor of this clasi ?<"' rther mformatl
Brenria Ark in
Jeffrey Abranis
Are Ena pnd the teacher's aides have been
iMolodye Feldman of Beth Torah
CSV, Julie Miller and Leigh
i Wilco of B'nai Raphael USY. and
Miss Rose Edith Berson of Florida
I Atlantic University.
on one
may contact the Region il Office
of the United Syn u< ,o \ if
America at 1820 N'E 103rd
North Miami Beach.
St.,
Rabbi Raab Will Lead
Pilgrimage to Israel
Rabbi David Raab, spiritualj eludes Europe, leaving from Miami
leadei of Templu Beth Raphael, July 3.
At the closing exercises ccrtifi-
Lieutenant Commander and : cates of award will be presented
Mrs. William E. Arkin of Guan- to the students of this first class.
tanamo Bay. Cuba, have announced Tne certificates and pins will be
presented by Jack Bernstein and
the engagement and future mar-
rage of their daughter. Brenda Lee
Ann. to Jeffrey Alan Ahrams of
Tallahassee.
Jack Stavis of the Presidential
House in North Miami Beach
which has adopted Tikvah as their
local community action program.
Miami Beach, will lead a special
25th
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RABBI DAVID RAAB
Anniversarj Pilgrimage to
I with an itinerary that in-
The three-week pilgrimage will
' start in Tel Aviv, where the group
will attend the opening ceremonies
of the 9th Maccabiah Olympic
Game.- of Israel.
Rabbi Raab was a member of the
United States Soccer Team in the
Maccabiah Games in 1953. and at
present is chaplain and a memlx r
of the Sports tor Israel Committee. |
the organization which will send
180 American Jewish athletes to
compete in the Gair.es in Israel
Jub 3-19.
The tour will include visits to
the Wailing Wall and other siles
in Eastern Jerusalem Tel Aviv,
Haifa, the Golan Heights and many
other places of interest, which
Rabbi Karb. a third generation
Sabra, knows so well.
AIo included will he kibbutzim .
and MEAMI. the project of the
Jewish National Fund of Miami
Beach.
The European portion of the
trip will Include visits to Amster-'
' dam and Copenhagen
', Those interested in the trip may I
.contact Rabbi Raab.
The prospective bridegroom is Guest speaker will be Abraham
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mycr H. Gittelson, director of the Tikvah j
Abrams, 2385 SW 25th St., Miami. Commission and former director
The coupie will wed in August, of the Southeast Region. United
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Rosemary's Thyme
I ONDON The Miami-t.o-
London run has made it so
\ .. i-y easy to get away from it all
that it seems that half of Miami is
here. Seen watching Charles
Bronson's latest shoot-em-up on
the jet were Aaron Podhurst and
his family. They're here to visit
relatives Henry End. a for-
mer Britisher, now living in
Miami Shores, is in London on
business. Henry, an interior de-
si.ner. used to own a monkey,
but when the animal began
shredding the living room cur-
tain-, he traded him in for fiw
standard poodles Wife Jessie
End. who breeds dogs, is back
le recuperating from major
surgery Mary Lee Miller,
e parents are Arthur and
I ssie Adler. former owners of
\ lison Hotel, shocked me
English accent. ;\
i : in Miami, she was
nut Grove's favorite carpen-
but now she's putting her
ts to s 'ulpting and has i
some quite marvelous works
Vivian and Roy Reedy i he'*
: th< big men at the Ryder
also in London sight-
. before they make their
iu I trek to Maine where they |
dow n-the-road neighbors of
Julia an Mars Norma Weinkle.
Julian's parents, Carl and Esther,
here too. Now don't you fee!
left out?
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Back in Miami, the heat is
definitely on. but you would
r have known it at the Fon-1
bleau's grand ballroom |
where the Mt. Sinai Medical
Center Women's Auxiliary's in-1
btailation luncheon was held. The ,
place is freezing, and so the
better to wear your minks, my 1
dear. But who wears mink? Cer- j
tainly not Jill Arkin. Iloo Grader,
Judy Markman, Lee Millman,
11.,i ..tin Olster. Marilyn Smith, \
Doris Sprang and absolutely not .
Joe Gardner. Tiiey all did, how-1
ev< entertain the Mt. Sinai
ladi. s in Trixie Levin's produc-,
tion of "The Scene Today." Mrs.
E. Max Kesseiman was the
luncheon coordinator, and the
.' president of the auxiliary is
Mrs. James H. Ruby.
Another hospital personality,
'he builds them) is Dr. Maxwell
Dauer. who was honored with his
wife, Reva. at Temple Beth Am's
Israel Bond dinner. Getting their
car,1, read were Sol and Bernice
Meverson. Alan and Esther Kess-
ler. the Dauer's sons. Roger and
Eduard. Gloria and Leonard
Luria, and builder Joe Solomon.
ugh other people contributed
the bond drive to bring the1
evening's total to over $200,000.
G;e. that's enough for a parade!
& en soliciting at the Jockey
Club was Bob Traurig. This time
it is for Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, but next time, who
knows?
ft ft ft
Mel Greenberg and wife Elsa
went to New York for the week-
end for shopping and to see the
Knickerbocker and New York
Rangers play-off games. Don't ask
me what they were playing off
there are so many of those games.
Dolphin coach Don Shula noted
this at a dinner for the Denver
Hospital for Respiratory Diseases.
At tnat same dinner. Mayor Jack
Orr commended the Miami Dol-
phins for consolidating home-
town pride in a way "that has
never happened before."
Marilyn Sager's pride in her
husband Hurt has been consoli-
; tor quite some time, but I
jusl discovered that Burt is an
tl e.>.'k At one recent dinner
party, Buit made Pi duck.
",.1 and sour chicken, ami
ipper .. ; ihei gour
cook, Dr. George Jacobson ...
And so is Dr. Alan Upton .
..l roles what ever
happened to you'.' At Elaine
Elliot Daniels' h m wom< n
are still in their place. She's
taking a course in Japanese
culture, subtitled: "What
eve y good geisha girl should
grow."
ft
Marlene and David Berg are
threatening to have more chil-
dren they are so delighted with
their nine-month-old baby girl.
The Bergs have four other chil-
dren, the youngest of whom is
in elementary school, and they all
attended Kenneth Jacowitz' Bar
Mitzvah. The Jacowitz' had a
champagne brunch, everything
from salmon to steak.
ft ft ft
Over a thousand people were
on hand for the Mental Health
Association's annual day at
Temple Israel. Judge William
Gladstone, who is active in men-
tal health circles, was on a panel.
Others seen and heard that day |
included Doctors Harry Graff, i
Cal Leonard. Alan Rutchik, How-
ard Golden and the staff of the
Children's Psychiatric Clinic .
Lanie Narot and Lucy Estrin, of
Parent Effectiveness Training
fame, are both counselors in the
children's clinic.
ft ft ft
If you're a cross country skiier.
you may cross the path of Martin
and Pat Fine, who just bought a
condominium in Aspen. Col.
Others who are into skiing are
Bryna and Stephen Kneapler, Jill
and Stanley Arkin, Sue and
Richard Helfman, Davida a nd
Happy Levy, Avrum and Arlene
Rifkind < he's president of the
Miami Ski Club) and Arhtur and
Bunny Horowitz. I. for one, vow
to avoid skiing and snoop a bit
instead So watch out
Louella Parsons wherever you
are.
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The women's division of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
is now showing a spectacular in-
crease of 47.2 per cent in wom-
en's giving to the 1973 CJA-IEF
campaign.
This ranks Greater Miami wom-
en as number one among the wom-
en's divisions of the 14 largest
Jewish communities in North
America. The figures were re-
leased in early May by the National
Committee on Women's Communal
Service of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds.
CJFWF is the national organiza-
tion which represents the more
than 240 Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds in North America.
For the first time in the 35-
year history of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, the women's
division has raised over SI million
in women's gifts to the annual cam-
paign. As of May 15, women's gifts
totaled SI.192.189. with several cru-
ral campaign weeks remaining.
This figure includes numerous new
gifts, as well as Sifts of 85 per
cent of those women who have
liven in the past,
-This is only t! ining,"
aid Mrs. Leonard Friedland. who
- leading ihe women's \'-'~^ cam-
paign effort "There is still time
for each woman especially those
imong ihi' l.") per cenl of the pa-t
ontributors who have not y ;
nade a 1973 comn itmenl to I :l-
ill her community responsibility
through an appropi iate gift to CJA-
IEF. Our goal is 100 per con! par-
ticipation among th'' tens of thou
lands i>f Jewish women in Greater
Miami. With the tremen lous
:rowth of this Jewish eommunitj
each day, our chances of reaching
that goal are perhaps the greate-d
of any women's division in North
America.''
Mrs. Friedland. Mrs. Richard
Levy and Mrs. Moiton Weinberger,
were installed Mav 17 as campaign
vice presidents of the women's
division for 1973-74. Mrs. Sol Lan-
dau will serve as vice president for
education, and Mrs. Irving Wexler
will return for a second term as
president of the women's division.
Mrs. Robert Russell was install-
ed as corresponding and recording
secretary, Mrs. Adolph Berger as
chairman' of the nominating com-
mittee and Mrs. Edwin Cppenheim
as parliamentarian.
Coordinating the women's divi-
sion campaign for 1973-74 will be
Mrs. Sol Goldstein in Miami Beach,
Mrs. Merton Gettis in North Dade,
and Mrs. Norman Lipoff and Mrs.
Sam Rosen in South Dade.
Chairmen of the women's divi-
sion area boards will be Mrs. Don-
ald Lefton for Miami Beach. Mrs.
Robert Gruder for North Dade,
and Mrs. Lloyd Ruskin for South
Dade.
Comparing the 1973 campaign in
the women's division to others
around North America, the in-
creases reported in early May
were as follows:
Baltimore............................ 141 '
Boston .................................... J^
Chicago ................................. **
Cleveland ......................... 9U
Detroit ................................... ][
Los Angeles -
Metropolitan New Jersey 19 4
MIAMI ................................. J
New York (UJA) ................ 40.0
Philadelphia ......................... 33
Pittsburgh .............................. 98
St. Louis ............................. 166
San Francisco ...................... 6.1
Toronto ................................. 16.83
Greater Miami women's division
was also cited as one of 23 who
had already exceeded their record
1972 totals, and one of only eight
cities in North America with wom-
en's gifts totaling more than Si
million.
Luncheon to Feature
A Musical Cantata
The Neshei Chabad ol Greater
Miami, an arm of the United
Lubavitcher Movement, has sched- |
uled a luncheon for Sunday, June
3. at 12:30 p.m. at Kneseth Israel
Congregation.
The program will include a
musical cantata. 'The Cry of a
Child," and part of the proceeds
of the function -vill go to L'lshkas
Ezras Achim, which aids Soviet
Jewry.
Serving as chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion women's division nominating committee will be Mrs.
Adolph Berger (left); Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim will be parlia-
mentarian; Mrs. Robert Russell (right) will be corresponding
and recording secretary.
The 1973-74 officers of the women's division of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation were installed in the annual
ceiemony May 17. Serving as chairmen of the women's
area boards for the coming years will be (left to right): Mrs.
Robert Gruder for North Dade; Mrs- Lloyd C. Ruskin for
South Dade, and Mrs. Donald Lefton for Miami Beach.
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Among the 1973-74 officers of the women's division of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation installed May 17 were
vice chairman of the women's area boards Mrs. Clifford
Marks (left) for South Dade; Mis. Salomon Bader for North
Dade, and Mrs. Martin Smith for Miami Beach.
The 1973-74 officers cf the women's division of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation include returning president Mrs.
Irving Wexler (right) shown greeting Mrs. Sol Landau (left),
vice president for education, and Mrs. Richard Levy and
Mrs. Leonard Friedland, vice presidents for campaign.
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Emanu-El Sisterhood Taps
- Mrs. Beloff As President
Mrs. Benjamin Beloff has b?^n
elected president of the Temole
Emanu-El Sisterhood for 1973-74.
She will serve (iuring the year-
long celebration of Dr. irving
Lehrman's 30th anniversary as
rabbi of the Miami Beach congre-
gation.
Mrs. Beloff was active in the
success of the fifth annual Lehr-
man Day School Scholarshio Ball
and Ud the Sisterhood in numer-
ous activities benefiting the en-
tire -vr.agogue, according to Judge
Herbert S. Shapiro, preside--.: of
Temp:.- Emanu-El.
Mrs. Lehrman was elected hon-
orary vice president. Chosen as
vice presidents to serve with Mrs.
I were Mis. Bob Bezark, Mrs.
A David-on, Mrs. Richard
t-k and Mrs. Mario Stone,
i officers elected Im
Wiestn financial j
\. Abe L King, trea'ur r
>ando G irstel,
1 Mrs Philip Thai
c -ecretary; Mrs
rre pending i
Alvin -
luoi.
ary; Mrs. Charles Courshon. social
secretary; Mrs. Elliot Harris, his-
torian; and Mrs. Al Podvin,
chaplain.
New honorary ouard members
elected include Mrs. Jack Fox.
Mrs. Charles Rosengarten and
tfrs. Jack Silverman. A past pres-
ents' advisory board include;,
Irs. Leonard Abramson, Mrs. E.
Lien Becker, Mrs. Irving Cypen.
Irs. Jack J. Faik, Mrs. George
oidbcrg, Mrs. Soi Goldstein. Mrs.
Jerr.ard D. Kaplan, Mrs. Shermar
J. Kaplan, Mrs. Alexander Kogan.
Irs. Al Podvin. Mrs. Harry G
togers, Mrs. Joseph M. Rose. Mrs.
Ie bert Shapiro and Mrs. Mhtor
Smith.
Mesivta Women Fete
Mrs. Alexander Cross
Women of Mesivta High Schoo
ire pli i luncheon in hcnoi
[rs. Alexander s. Gross I
day, May 31. at noon, in the
' mc of Mr. and Mrs. .lack Kotler.
3758 Prairie Ave., Mia:::! Beach.
i wil : i tide an
iddress by Rabbi Alexander S
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The reasons .
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cient staff; and ;, fresh
li'.i ar' attractive interior In
addition, no new restaurants tut-
side of those in hotels >r apart
ment houses) have 0|
Miami Beach in over 20 years.
Leon Honigsberg, owner and
general manager of Reuben's, has
had a long and successful :areer
in Florida. He opened the Mar-
tinique Hotel in 1946 and then
on to build and opera' the
lax my where he created the world
amous Noshery.
He opened the Algiers Hotel,
spent many years at the Holly-
wood Beach Hotel, was food and
leverage director at the Eden Roc
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Wolfie's Restaurant in St. Peters-
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Reuben's Restaurant is open
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breakfast, luncheon and dinner.
There are specials at every meal
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and lounges.
Reservations 754-3484
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'y Schedules A
Summer Camp For
Senior Citizens
The YMYWHA of Greater
Miami announces a summer camp
nrogram for senior adults (5f
vears old and older), the first of
its kind in Dade County.
Two four week sessions of activ
ities including swimnastics, art'
ind crafts, weaving, drama, chora'
tinging, discussion groups, movie?
barbecues and other social activ
ties will be offered.
The sessions will run from
'une 2i through July 20, and from
uly 23 through August 17. Trir>f
'o local points of interest will be
i feature of Friday activities.
For information on camp ac
tlvity programs or on bus trans
wtation to camp, contact the 'Y'
;enior adult camping office.
Hatkusah Ramah Unit
Names 1973-74 Slate
Officers of 'be R.imah Groun '.'
ladss'ah who will serve during
he 1973-74 club year Include Mrs
' Milan Davj on pr li it; Mr
'Vllliam Relinsky, Mrs, Lot i<
' huer. Mr Morri Dul
\dolph Wollman and Mrs. St!
\'< iss, vice presidents.
\ -o on the siute arc Mrs. Dura
Mihan, treasun r: Mrs. irvin.o
W iltman, Mrs. Samuel Hock ar-2
lrs. Esther Asken, secretaries:
'.!::. Nathan (in if. parliamen-
:arian; Mrs. Sol Weiss, installing
hairlady, and Mrs. Edith AxelrorC
..nj,.., officers.
Mrs. Wexler Installed For
Second Term As President
Mrs. Irving Wexier has been were installed for the 1073-74 term
installed for a second term as were Mrs. Leonard Friedland, Mrs,
resident of the Women's Division i Richard Levy and Mrs. Morton
Weinberger, for Campaign; and
Mrs. Sol Landau, for Education.
Mrs. Robert Russell will serve
. as corresponding ar.d recording
secretary. Mrs. Ariolph Berger will
be chairman of the nominating
; committee, and Mrs. El win Oppen-
heim wil be parliamentarian.
Campaign coordinators for ti;a
, coming year will include Mrs.
Norman Lipoff an I Mrs. Sam
Rosen for South Dade; Mrs. Sol
' Gold;tein for Miami Beach, and
Mrs. Merton Gettis for North Dade.
Chairmen of the Women's Divi-
sion Area Boards in 1973-74 will be
Mrs. Lloyd Ruskin for South.
Dade; Mrs. Donald Lefton for
Miami Beach: and Mrs. Robert
Cruder for North Dade.
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,!t was b surprised and shaken
Shirley Geaad who accepted the
"Woman of the Year" award from
the Women of Hillcl, auxiliary to
the Hillcl Community nay School,
Thursday. May 11, at a luncheon
held in the Deauville Hotel. Al-
though she has only boon here
BiQce 1970, Mrs. Genad is on the
school's executive hoard, and be-
cause of her strict observance of
TP'.igious traditions, is one of the
few outsiders permitted in the
school kitchen. She and husband
Ben have twin daughters attending
the school. Others honored at the
affair were Lilly Black. Sally
Millman. Peche Dennis (who not
too long ago gave birth to her 12th
ciiidt and Anne Hardy. Dedicated
triumvirate responsible for the
lelightful day included Jackie I ".cal convent .on as so many
Sheir. president, Betty Wwnberg.
Edward and Roar PaceUi and
children Toni and Marion; Harvey
and Iris Radennan and children
Andrew and All; Clifford and 1-ois
l?uell and children Clifford and
Vickie. Joseph and Christa Vend)
and children Maria and Albert:
Larry and Barbara Zarsky and
children Karie and Erica.
Another in the series of sur- (
prise parties was given recently
prior to the marriage of Rita Lynn
Winick and Dr. Morris Cohen by j
Aunt Bea and Uncle Frank Rush-
ner in their Hollywood home.
Fveryone enjoyed Aunt Bea's de- j
licious homemade lasagna and
chicken cacciatore as well as the '
other delectables served. The gala
occasion resembled a miniature
Hebrew Academy Marks
Jerusalem Reunification
vice president, and Carole Greene.
i eeording secretary.
tV ir
B'nal B'rith Lodge and B'nai
B'rith Women of Coral Gables was
represented with a float in the
doctors and nurses (friends of the
couple) were present.
ft T>
There is a new dentist on the
horizon. Dr. Glenn Pollock grad-
uated from the School of Dentistry
al the University of Louisville.
Kv on May 13. Dr. Pollock also
attended the Universities of
. i
,: trade on Miami Beach on Sunday
commemorating; the 25th anniver-, -^nnes8ee and lu.
wry of the State o^Israel. The f (jmc
I .1) groups have the distinction ot
having one of the very few hus-
band and wife teams heading the
organizations. Heibert Schurwiti
js president of his lodge, and
spouse "Babe" is prexy of hers.
Coi graduations to Lois and
I igei e Sonfberg on the birth of
their fir.-rt grandchild, a girl, born
March 1. named Shaina Rebekah
< Otdbtrg. Parents are Robyn and
Barry Gok'berp. now living in
Auburn, Ala. Barry, who attends
Tuskegee Veterinary School, made
dean's li-t this semester. Great-
trandpanents for the first time are
Philip and Rae Somberg and Edith
and Joe Syman.
^7 ir
School's out very soon, so it's
time to plan ahead, for activities
which will occupy the time and
attention of the young people who
are leaving their books behind
temporarily. What could be more
attractive than family membership
;.t King's Bay Yacht and Country
Club? That's wl at the f< Mowing
to ks thought: Dr. Robert Benzell,
v ife Jean and daughter Kimberly;
Dr. Stanley J. Cnnon, wife Edytbe
be 1 children Marshall and Jeffrey;
Joseph anil Marie D'Andrea and
cbildn n Susan and Janet; Howard
ar d Dolores Engel and children
' in, Kim. Karin and Darcey;
I obeli and Sharon Goldberg and
lildren David and Helane: Mrs.
Barbara Haiman and children
Beth. Margie and Patti; Howard
: Barbara Kaizen and children
David, Bruce md Lynn; Donald
. nd Marjorie Klein and children
A li&on and Kenneth: Emilio F.
Martinet and children Helena,
i istina, Carolina. Emilio, Fer-
nando, Raul. Carlos and Carmen:
ber of ZBT Fraternity and vice
! president of Alpha Omega, dental
fraternity, he was f< led at a gala
cocktail party recently in the pent-
house oi his parents, the Milton
Pollocks, and a dinner at the Doral
Beach Hotel. Dr. Pollock will tour
Europe before entering the army.
where he will seme as captain and
earn a specialization in oral
surgery.
Gorrie Named V-P
Of Veld a Farms
The appointment of Clayton K..
Gorrie of Fort Lauderdale as vice
president and general manager of'
Voids Farms has been announced |
by M. T. Cochran Jr., vice pres-
ident in charge of dairy operations :
for Velda's parent company, South-
land Corp. of Dallas, Tex.
Mr Gorrie. who assumes his
new post after serving 3's years
ai operations manager of South-
land's western division, succeeds
Mason A. Copeland, who retired
lust month after more than a
decade with Velda, one of Flor-
ida's largest dairy operations.
Prior to joining Southland. Mr.
Gorrie was president of Conti In-
dustries for five years He had
previously been associated with
Safeway Stores Milk Division in \
Texas.
A native of Bellingham, Wash..
Mr. Gorrie graduated from Wash-;
ington State College and also'
holds .Master's degrees from the ]
University of Idaho and Stanford '
University.
Students of the South's largest Rabbi Al
Hebrew day school will observe cipal of tha
Jerusalem Day Wednesday by pre- it- founding
aenting a program of prayers, acting and
hymns and songs of Jerusalem at "again will
tin- Greater Miami Hebrew Acad- close bond
emy, 2400 Pine Tree Dr. Israel and
United Stat
The program, scheduled for 9:45 memorates
a.m.. is free anil open to the g"n---------------
era! public, according to Irving
pirtel, Miami Beach attorney and
Hebrew Academy president.
A highlight will be the staging!
of, "Once There was a Chasid"'
by the Hebrew Academy dram?
group. The modern musical inter-
>retat:in of Chasidic stories and
life will bo presented under the
leadership of Ari Kedim. dramatic
director, and features the choreog-
raphy of T.oretta Kedim. teacher of
iTMtrew folk dancing at the acad-
emy.
All rabbis in Creator M'-imi have
been invited to participate in the
celebration of the sixth anniver-
ary of the reunification of Jerii- ,
satom. observed as an official holi-
day ';i Israel and bv many Jewish
communities around the world.
TOE ISRAEL Branch of the
Am rican Jewish War Veterans
is launching a membership drive
in Israel. Founded a year ago,
"State of Israel Post 180" has
78 members. 45 of them in Tel
Aviv. 37 in Haifa, and six in
Jerusalem. There are between
2.000 and 5.000 American war
veterans there, according /*>**
m.tnder Joseph Hersh, and the
organization wants to get up a
Beit Halohem" in Beersheba.
[i xander S G -oss, prln-
i > Academ;
4 23 ... ago,-said the
singing of the students
give expression to the
between the youth of
Jewish students in the
. Jerusalem Day com-
one of the most signifi-
ci.r! dates in a', Jev lab. history."
Students taking lea ling rol is In
"Once There was a Chasid" in-
clude Ora Gittelson. Rosa Lowinger,
Gila Abramson, Joanne Goldring,
l.i~a Rosen > rg, Shellej Rosenberg,
Jody Magness, Mandy Gilbert, San-
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history of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, with more
than SI million in gifts already announced. Presenting the
roses were Mrs. Morton Silborman (left), a lcccl representa-
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riday. May 25, 1973
+Jm-isi> inhridHan
BBYO Director Installs
Shalom Chapter's Officers
Page 9-C
Girt (Mrs. Hilfred N.) Bossak
-ctor of jhe local **
outh organisation, revealed plans
cm BOSSAK
for the erection of a monument
b' the IVnai B'rith Youth Organi-
zation in memory of the 1,200,000
children slaughtered by the Nazis
during the Holocaust in her in-
stallation address at the B'nai
B'rith Women Shalom Chapter
1088 installation this week.
Installed at the dinner meeting
lull! at Crooked Creek County
( In I) were newly elected president
Mrs. Ruben Zimmerman: Mrs.
Allen Leibowitz and Mrs. Theodore
Adler, vice presidents; Mrs. Neil
Rosenson, treasurer; .Mrs. Alvin
Kramer, recording secretary; Mrs.
Marvin He htman. corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Morton Maddaway.
Mrs. Sheldon Manekin and Mrs.
Marvin Bardack board members:
Mrs. Sam financial sec-
retary, and Mrs George Petzolt,
l..is tee.
Mrs, Mori in Maddaway, sculptor
| md artist, is designing for the
Jouth Florida BBYO Council's con-
I ideration several original sketches.
from which the youth will make
their selection.
The Council is the coordinating
body of the 30 local chapters; the
monument is intended so thai Jew-
ish youth of today in the Miami
area shall never forget the de-
stroyed children who never had
a chance to grow up to be Jews.
Mrs. Zimmerman, who owns The
Odyssey Travel Agency, came to
Miami 17 years ago from Valley
Stream. L. I.. N. Y.. where she hold
the office of first president of that
city's chapter of lladassah. A
charter member of Shalom chap-
ter, she has served as its member-
ship chairman.
Mrs Arnold Braun, vice pres-
ident of the Miami BBYO Board
of Directors, introduced the in-
stalling officer, Mrs. Bossak. who
I was twice nominated Atlanta
I Woman of the Year for her work
! with civil rights, with youth, non-'
j Jewish and Jewish, and in the field
of Jewish education in that city.
She has been with the local BBYO I
six years: 22 years in the agency.
Local B'nai B'rith Youth chan-
ters have for six consecutive years
I won the National Parents Maga- |
I zine Award for Outstanding Serv- l
I ice to the Community under Mrs.
j Bossak's direction.
The Hollywood and Miami BB- |
YO Boards of Directors, rcprc-
; senting 60 B'nai B'rith Lodges and
140 Women's Chapters in South '
Florida, sponsor the 715 Aleph .
Zadick Aleph (boys) and B'nai ,
B'rith Girls whose focus is that
of Jewish living and Jewish iden-
tification.
As BBYO director, Mrs. bossak |
maintains offices at 4200 Biscayne
Blvd.
Y Chairman of Convention
Announces Appointments
In preparation fur their June Ladies Auxiliary Convention will
8-10 State Convention at the Play- J be 2:30 to 5 p.m. on Friday.
boy Plaza Hotel, the Ladies De- June 8. The welcome and opening
' address will be given by conven-
tion chairman Sophia Lee. The
meeting will be opened in ritual
form by presiding officer, De-
partment president Lillian Schoen.
Past Department President Mrs.
Irene Cooperman will give the
first reading of rules followed by
Department treasurer Ceil Zuck-
er's report. Malvina V. Freeman,
a past national president and By-
Laws chairman, will preside over
the portion of the meeting devoted
to proposed By-Law changes. A
workshop and symposium will be
conducted by Mrs. Kay Lingaton,
a past Department president and
leadership chairman.
At 8 p.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro
of Beth Kodesh Synagogue, as-
sisted bj Cantor Leon Segal, will
hold Sabbath services at the hotel
for convention guests.
MRS. ARTHUR Iff
i! nt of the Department of
Florida Jewish War Veterans of
the United States ha< announced
turtht oents made by
convention chairman Sophia (Mrs.
Arthur) Lee ol Miami Beach.
Mrs Sail) Levy, immediate past
si lent, is m charge
<>r c nven Ion souvenirs; Mrs.
1 v |yn Dc< kj i- cochairman of the
convention i mrnal; Mrs. Beverly
Melin! on and Mrs. Pauline Duke
are hwtesses of the Hospitality
Room: Shirley (Mrs. Sidney)
Tra fash, Department senior vice
president is in charge of ere-
dentia t; Ms. Gertrude Stencil of
Hollywood is rituals chairman;
Mrs. Kav Lfngaton is in charge of
registration of delegates and
guests, ami Mrs. /.'Ida M. Wein-
stein is convi i lion secretary.
Official opening time for the
i Sisterhood Slate
To Be Installed
At Beth Torali
The Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood
of Beth Torah Congregation held
I its animal installation of officers
this week in the temple social hall.
Official Welcome
To Be Extended To
Rabbi Friedman
Rabbi Seymour Friedman will
be officially welcomed to his posi
tion as director of the Southeast
Region United Synagogue of
America at a special open Execu-
tive Council meeting to be held at
Beth Torah Congregation. North
Miami Beach, Tuesday at 8:30
p.m.. Joseph Golden, Regional
president, has announced.
Rabbi Friedman comes to this
! position with an extensive back-
ground in Jewish community
service which Includes two years
as the director of the Zionist
Youth Council in Miami in the
early 50\s.
Rabbi Friedman was ordained
by the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary in 1962 and has carried out
a wide range of communal respon-
sibilities. He has served as na-
tional director of the Leader's
Training Fellowship, director of
the United Synagogue Region
branch in Chicago, spiritual leader
of the Jewish Community Center
of Spring Valley. N. Y.. assistant
to Dr. Bernard Mandelbaum
former president of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America, i
and is presently associate director I
of the National Foundation for '
Jewish Culture.
A graduate of Queens College
where he received his Bachelor of ,
Arts degree, Habbi Friedman also j
holds Masters degrees in Hebrew |
Literature and Social Work. He !
will assume his position as direc-
tor ol the Southeast Region July 1.
Seminary Studem
To Speak Friday '
At Temple Sinai
Albert Slomovitz, a native ol
the North Made area, who was con-
firmed at Beth Torah Congregation
and whose
mother teaches
in the religious
school of Con-
gregation B'nai j
Raphael, will!
speak at the i
Sabbath eve j
service at Tem-
ple Sinai of <
North Dade Fri-
day at 8:15 p.m. '
Mr. Slcrr^witz, |
a product of j
Norland High J
School graduated with honors from
I Miemi-Dade, and just completed
| his second year of the j gram at the Jew ish Theological
Seminary in New York City. While
receiving rabbinic training at
J.T.S. he is engaged in secular
studies at Columbia University,
| Mr. Slomowitz's presence at
! Temple Sinai marks a trend that
: sees increasing cooperation on all
lev-Is between the Reform and
Conscrvathe movements, both of
which seek to interpret Judaism
in modern terms.
LoiT,erCARIrT~
Presents Slate

Testimonial Luncheon For
[ Lillian Schoen Saturday
Kick off event for the Ladies i Mrs. Schoen has been a Jew!
Auxiliary Department of Florida War Veteran Auxiliary member I
Jewish War Veterans Convention over 25 years transferring fi
White Plains, N. Y.. in 1955
Florida's North shore Auxin.,
No. 077. She went on to Dep;
ment and slowly work, d her i -
up the ladder to become preside ".
in June of 1!)72. She has bi
m outstanding, conscii ntious, ha
working president, giving of h :
>clf most unselfishly.
Because ol their admiration.
.peel and appreciation and fo
IS for their president. I.ill: e
Schoen. her "JWVA" family u
representatives from most of I
auxiliaries throughout Florida
ending, will honor her at a d
moniai luncheon as their won. .
of valor' prior to the week-e ..
Slate Convention June ti-10.
will be Saturday's testimonial
luncheon for Lillian M. Schoen
Department of Florida president,
at the Cadillac Hotel. Arrange-
ments for the afternoon have been
made by Malvina V. (Mrs. Albert"
Freeman, a past national president
and luncheon chairman.
Mrs. Schoen is truly 'a woman of
valor' from early childhood
she has been interested in the
welfare of her fcllowman. Born in
Canada, one of a large family of
brothers and sisters, she learned
very early in life the art of caring
for others and giving of self. She
served in the Women's Canadian
Army Corps, both in Canada and
in London, England, as secretary
to the Canadian Jewish Chaplain.
Shahah Plans
Installation
Barbecue
Shalvah Chapter of Mizrai
Women of America will have
first installation luncheon W id<
nesday at the home of Mrs. I
Goldberg. 5009 N. Bay Rd,
Mrs. Goldberg, luncheon chaic-
man. will install Mrs Willi i .
Dordon. president: Mrs. Jack B-
stein, Mrs. Felix Rosenberg, vli
presidents: Mrs. Alex Paul, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Lai
Ciment, corresponding secretary,
and Mrs. Perry ciment. treasui
Shalvah will end its first ye ir
with a family barbecue on Sund. y.
June 24 Mrs Norman Ditchek
chairman.
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SOFIA TAYLOR Uty
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ifiU* Weekdays 9 a.m. to 8 30 j.m.
Albert Slomovitz
May 21 Jun. 8, 1973
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-it Luncheon
Rabbi Max V Lipschitz and Mrs.
i Rhoda Stein inducted the follow-
1 ing slate: Mrs. .\at aiesser, pres-
ident. Mrs. Morton ReiSS, Mrs.
I Stanley Caidin. Mrs. Marshall Bal-
tuch. rs. William Fogel, and Mrs.
Nathan Glazier, vice presidents;
Mrs. Eric Gutman. treasurer; Mrs.
Doris Levine. Mrs. Howard Sprech-
man, Mrs. Harold Monuse and Mrs.
Ted Martin, secretaries.
Refreshments were served fol-
lowing the installation.
i I.orber Chapter of the Chil-
dren's Asthma Research Institute
and Hospital at Denver will pre-
sent its officers for the coming
year at its installation luncheon
to be held at the Crooked Creek
Country Club. 3050 SW 104th St..
on Tuesday. June 5, at 11:30 a.m.
Installing officer will be Phyllis
i Miller, a member of the Dade
County School Board.
Incoming president will be Mrs
, Sam Greenfeder in her second
1 year as president of the chapter; i
Mrs. Anshel Backoff, Mrs. Theo-
dore Housman. Mrs. Arthur New-1
man and Mrs. Nat Cynamon, vice
presidents.
i
Mrs. Anshel Rackoff is luncheon
chairman and theme for the day
[ will be "Shaping Our Future."'
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You are cordially invited to attend a historical event in
the Jewish annals of Miami Beach, the Ground Breaking
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on Sunday, May 27th, 2:30 P.M. at its new location on
the corner of 12th Street and Alton Road, Miami Beach.
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He is a good Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father.
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must
not be forgotten. By planning ahead,decisions can be made
calmly. They can be made without emotional pressure.
They can be made wisely, and they can be made together
as a family. If you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to
your family, we urge you to do so now. In this way, you
can be certain that your family will not suffer needlessly.
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Friday, May 25, 1973
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25th Annual Memorial Day
Patrioiic Rally Saturday
LtGAL NOllCt
The 29th annual Memorial Day
Patriotic RIIy will he hold at the
liami Btaaeli Auditorium, Satur-
day at 7:10.
The nMin speaker, Richard
NCHARI) STONt
IDfck" Stone. Florida's Secretary
f State, will talk on -The Cleari-
ng of Patriotism."
Mr. Stone made his mark as a
State Senator and is now proving
'kw mettle by performing his
duties in an outstanding manner.
He also heads the program to
clean up and restore the Miami
River to its former state.
The musical program features
the Barnett Breckin Concert Or
chestra, with two separate con-
certs during the evening. Breeskin,
a conductor of skill, performs bril-
liantly with his symphony orches-
tra a'id has won acclaim in the mu-
sic world.
Vocalists are Helen Marchant
and Michael Roy Eaton, who have
appeared in nightclubs and before
numerous organizations in South-
ern Florida. The Children's Choir
of Beth Torah Synagogue, directed
by Cantor Jacob Rfendelson and
Greta Flcissig, will also be fea-
tured.
Over 3.000 persons will thrill to
the opening of the program with
g Presentation of the Colors by
the Color Guards of the Home-
stead Air Force Base. U.S. Naval
Sea Cadets, U.S. Coast Guard, di-
rected by Maurice Weinman, na-
tional executive commit Iceman,
Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.
Dignitaries at the rally will in-
clude Circuit Court Judge .Milton
A. Friedman, Mayor Chuck Hall.
Rev. R. Wiley Scott. Rabbi David
Raob. George W. Valentine, vice
president of Chase Federal Sav-
ings and Loan; Col. Phil Cohen,
U.S. Marines, (retired); David Tow,
' president of the B'nai B'rith Coun-
cil of South Florida Lodges, and
Lillian Sands, president of the Mi-
ami Beach B'nai B'rith Women.
The rally is presented by the
Miami Beach Lodge 1591. and is
sponsored by the Chase Federal
Savings and Loan Association.
There is no admission charge and
the public is cordially invited to
attend. Some 50 lodges and 31
: v. omen's chapters are cooperating
in the rally. Ushers are from
, the Chai Chapter, under the di-
rection of Flora Sinick.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N'OTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN Unit
Ihe undersigned, desiring '" engage In
in ess under thi fictitious namr "f
THOMAS SIC 11' FIELD A ASSO-
CIATES, ui ->! i:ni'.'iii Boulevard.
v.tiIi Mti in' FT Rl i- I- r. o
.nil DHIfle \* II I' the *' i. "' tin*
it, n:i Courl i i 11.ui. County, Plor-
kla.
THOMAS PIB1 I'
SHELDON N BBLCHl'K
Attorney for Applicant
i" VV. Klagler Street
Miami. Plorida 3Sl3n
;. 23 II I-S-1S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY IHVBN Ihnt
Mi. undersigned, dei iiinii '" eni
business under iin flctltloui nanu of
A LRU IN BU1LDINC ni SOI -::_ Up.
In l{..;ul M ml Hi :uli. Plorida in-
tend i" reglstei said name with ihe
i I. rli of III. Circuit (.'out "' I Hide
< Viunfv, Florida.
Ji I8E RAIMKOVICII mi.I
EI.ISA RABINOVICH
(an tenants In romn
SHAPIRO. PRIED WEIL & ft'HEBH
\i tornes for loSE and KI ISA
Attorneys for JOSE and ELISA
RABINOVICH
4^7 Lincoln Road. Suite 'OB
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
:. _. I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XOTIl 13 IS HEREBY HJVEN that
tin- underpinned, desiring i.....
husincsf undei ihe fictitious name of
AND I Kit ELECTRIC i.l I2IK
inn idj 1...... Mlnml B. i-h Pla In-
tends i" M'ti-'tr Kald Hi me ( nh the
I'll rk of Ihe "It-cull urt of I lade
'ounty, Plorida,
11 VRVEY MICHAKI.So.V
I.HO> A BPSTEIV
\ 1 -i 1 n.\ for applicant
i- Lincoln Road
M ami Reach, Kla
I A 1 .8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
1 NOTU K IS HEREBY flfVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
under the fid It Intifi m. '
BERNARD TARR. M n ni u;ss Me-
ridian Avenue, .Miami Reach Florida
mi. nils I., register said name \\nii
LtGAL NOTICf
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-12177
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN" RE: THE MARRIAGE "F
LIZZIE lit iBIXSt IN
! WILLIAM MIKE ROBINSON
TO: WILLIAM MIKE ROBINSON
KBSIDEN'l ': I \ l\ \*< IW.N
KT ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action i"i Dissolution ol Mar-
rlagl lias been filed again! I \>"l ami
1 1 nn 11 quired to serve 11 1 pj of
your written defense*. If uny, i" it
ni DAVID E STONE, attorney for
Petil...... 1 nddress is I'll X \V.
13th Avenue, Miami. Florida, Phone:
358-4322, anil fill Ihe original v. iih the
clerk ... 1 he 1I1 \ at) led 1 urt on or
i........luti v ': 7::. 11.< '-v. i 1 de-
fault will In cnti '.'I ... Insl you for
Iho relief demanded in the 1 r>i
"i- Detilion
Tl 11. 1 iliall he aulilii heil mice
oucli 1 e. It for four eonseetil lv.
In TH E I EWI3H FI.OR1DIAX.
WITNESS mj liand a "I Ihe seal "'
sai.l courl Miami, Florida nn this
I. ... v ol Maj 1973.
RICH i:n I' URL" KBR,
A f'lerk, 1 'ii-. nn 1 'ourt
; lade 'piiiiij Florida
Bj r P I'OPELAND
A
" ii. 1111 Courl Sen!)
DAVID K .1
''I \ V\ 12111 A I :.
Miami 1 i :i -
\ 1 fui l'i utioiu r
. i 1, |.8 r.
UGAl NOTICf
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPCRTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C!RfUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
NO. 73-12190
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVIS ,
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: THE MAKHIAHE OF
. A RXALi.....I; I A "BBSS LEi >N,
I luahatifl, Pi 1 ii Inner
anil
TIONH.A MAOAI IS LEON.
Wife. Reapondent,
TO: Mi- Tlon la Maa-nli* I ."ii
1 'entml l:'-'u la 1 ti,
I'ainami.v. 1 fuha
YOI' .MHO HEREBY NOTII
1 hi...... nctlon for 1 Hi -11 t ...11 ..I M
r Inue haa hei n flli'd ralnai you
you are r.-nulred lo er\.....n\
ir .1 :" if any, 11
on .'. 1II: i\i ish 1'.in.'. -
er, ho iddrei la X.W,
A \ enue, .\' .. mi, F orida
fill ill. "i iirinal wllh III. lei I
Ihe .il.'M styled court ...... l
June 2,"i IMS: 1 iherw......1 1 iuI
he ntereil aanim I v"ii for Ihe 1 .'
'i' maii'l. ii iii tb.. 1 nmpla ill n i" III.....
This not Id Khali he I'll!'. Ii.-I 11
each w.-.!, i*. 1 four .....hi
in THE .IKM :sll Fl ORIDIAX
WITNESS my hand and '
ild "in at Miami Florid
(hi- I" ilat "I M !
RICH MID P. RRIXKER.
Aa i'1'iK 1 'In 11 1 "ii
! 1 ouiit> Fli 1 da
I.' P K SHEA
DXI.O.A. Auxiliary Elects
Officers For 1973-74 Term
Hi., clerk "t the Circuit fourt .>i
l lade i 'ounty, Florida.
UKR.XARD TARR, Ml'. PA.
Bnarlier. Zemel, Roakln and
Heilbronner, P.A.
Attnrneya for applicant
urn N. Blaoayne Boulevard
Miami. Pla.
, :::, U 1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Uiat
the unilcrsiBii.'d, .IcsirliiB to nirag.' In
bualneaH under ilie flctltloua name of
l. P HITCHES CO, ,ii loon North
Miami Avenue. Miami, Pla. Intends (r>
register vai.l name with the Clerk ot
Ihe ( iniiii Court "f Dad County,
Florida,
LOI'IS P. tlRANRR
:. 25 1 I---1-'
Pe-
lla-
are
l^ie Oade County Optometiic
Association Auxiliary has elected
its officers for the 1973-74 term
They include Mrs. Robert E.
Sherr, president: Mrs. Michael
Margaretten, vice president, pro-
jyamniing; Mrs. Donald S. Albert,
vioe president, public relations:
Mrs. Fred Bergman, recording sec-
retary; Mrs. Edward L. Budd, cor-
responding: secretary, and Mrs.
Edward L. Boshnick, treasurer, all
of whom are wives of lo^al op-
- tometrisU.
The function of the auxiliary is
in assist the doctors of the Hade
Coanty Optomctric Association in
their community services and pub-
lic relations profjrains.
One of their latest projects is
KLINE
William. 72, of Hlbl-ius Island mi! d
awiiv In l.onil.>n. KnKlaml A liK-year
relden formerlv < ''
> was a mend" "I 'I" i' rle
aKUe. Temole Km.iim-i:i l."ar.l (
dtrectori and Brntbei li.-,..:. iViiisre.
KBtlon llcth Jaciil'. \l ..11" ll-aih
pjllca i miIl-. ioi. v nil" "i 'I '
president's council. The '."..i.h :-
AsMiiiaiii'ii, life mend" r "I Hi, .1. w
l*h Hum. fur the Ak< !. "i' at"'
ni'-mt'C "f Mniuil S.nai III.
pltal He l survived b> hl5> wife.
Hose, suit I arry of N.VIH. i ibiUB-liter.
Mrs Dotores Salsman "I Nexv Vi.vh
live Kiandehililren. I"" ii-ir'and
children. A brnth-r Max Kiine of
HWIyWOOd. a slater I'.stlic Mine ..f
MB Services were held ai l!iv.-i--ide
Memmial Chanel i -.., All ... ltd I-
l,,,v.d by Interment i" Vlt. smal
i "in'lerv.
DRESSLER
Morris 7". of Coral (Inbl. s. naaaod
aayMonday A Minnii .< i^sidcni
.sine.- ISH he c.s formwh l Hart-
fnr.l. COun A velerai. "I VV U "'
was former chief of iiut-nai ent
Cjkeat Cllnle at thi I '''.""V,",1 '"
rtirai (lablea, He was i,m.-.i in W <>< s
Who in Medicine, lie was a nieni-
l.er of the Hei"' '" "f
ir Miami. The -Mii'i '.'' .Ih"i
ri, Soeiety. The American '
,,r |... i sura-eons. t'"' "' '"t
Sure-Hi- a di|iom!.t "' 'I Anvr-
!."" Itrtard of Im.".!' M-'".-Ine. a
fellow emeritus of tin Vm.-rl.-nii
College ofCartllolwfy and 'fe"ow
f ,.,,. America* yto*to ?**
shio Inc. f-r (he Israel Medical As-
UcH-iatlna and a Wemhe. -( t- .... -
.lean M.di. a I Ais Vived by his Wlf" l"'""^,
Kdmund "f .Miami, a dauichtei Mia
lair" Shanir.. '< Miami. ix ')-
hflSro" u brotaer San. Brook
N v Borvtoaa were held at Ri-
iUe Memorial Chapel. 1717 SJV
T Ave. followed DJ- interment at
r of David Cemetery.
called "Open Sesame Street." The
Auxiliary is obtaining donations
of working television sets to be
placed in nurseries and kinder-
gartens so that children can be
aided in learning to read through
viewing the award-winning chil-
dren's television program, "Sesame
Street."
UG4t NOTICl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 7S.1'364
NOTICE BV PUHLICATION
IN HE: The Marriage m
JOSEPH P I.OWEI.U
Petitioner
:mi\
HELEN M. I-OWEI.L.
Reanondent.
T>>: HELEN M. I.ovvK.l I.
nn 11. .an p.ul. Boulevard
Rant a Monica, California 90403
Vol! AUK NOTIFIED lhat a Peti-
tion for Dissolution of Marriage linn
been eni'T'd attains! you, and \"'-
are reuuired to serve a copy "f your
answer nr other nleadlnn lo the Petl
ti.'n ai Petition' '* attnrnev. JOSEPH
DiflAHTOI.OMBO, MOO Bird Had.
.Miami. Florida ::.'tc..Y and fill Ihe oris
Inal answer or other oleadlnn in Ihe
tiffin of ihe Clerk of the above Courl
....... before .lime _'S, I67S, Ii you fall
'., do so judgment by default wi.i he
taken aRnlnal you for Ihe relief de-
ed in the Petition The relief
asked for in Ihe Petition Is dissolution
of i in- marriage,
This v.iia-. shall be published ones
i arh week for four ill consecutive
ri nks in THE JEWISH PI.OIHDI W
DATED: MAY 18, l78,
ItlPHARD P. BRINKER
'lerk. Circuit Courl
By: c P COPB1 AND
l i.i.iii v i "lark
;. :'. 1-8-13
(CIrCHH Courl Seall
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undandjmed, desiring lo nmute In
business under the flctltiOUfl nam.- >>f
HERBERT KATZ. D.D.8. a( 1080 Baal
Kli Avenue. Hiabali. Pla Intends Iii
nirisi'i said name with ihe Clerk of
the Circuit Courl "t ii.de County.
Florida.
HERBERT KATZ. D.D.S.. PA.
Sparber. '/.< ni-l. p. .'kin ami
Hellbronner. P A
Attorneys for applicant
in" \ itis. a', a.. Boulevard
Miami. Kin.
5 :: 8/X-8-15
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUO'CIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOH
DADE COUNTY. FLOPIDA
I GENERAL JUDISDICTION DIVISION
NO. 73-12220
NOTICE OF PETITION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
PKARI. UI'KH!
Petilli
,| M\ i\ QI.'EEN,
Itai ii'iiiii' "I
T< i MARV IN Ql' KEN
Kljn i in haul Avei 11"
Alii "in. i dli"
y.iu ai, hereby notifleil Unit a
11 tlon for Dissolution "( Marriage
i.....n filed against you, and you
ri uiiiri'd i" serve ......nv of your An-
swer "i* Pleading lo the Petition for
(Dissolution of Marriage on the Peti-
tioner'! attorney, WILLIAM K.
CHESTER ESQ., HIT City National
Hank Building, Miami. Florida 38130.
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in iin office of the Clerk "f the
Circuit c,,uri "ii or before the 88 day
. of June. in7". If you fall lo do so.
judgment by default will b taken
Hgainal you for the relief demanded
in the Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage.
\\ itvk'ss my hand and seal of
said Conn mi May '7. 1873 al Miami.
Florida,
RICHARD P BRINKER
i 'lerb of i "h-eii'i i 'ifiei
By C P. COPBLAND
Deputy clerk
uii Courl Seall
3 3 1-8-15
As DcllUO
fl ii' ,ni '"in i Real i
A BE i>' ISM l..-,il IRE
I'll X.W 12th Vvei.ua
Miami, rlori'la 331'JK
1222
Ai lone v i"i I ir oner
lerk
l-S-H
IC
Had.
A,
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
, OPT MtSSlNGt* -AMiCl
*Jewisti HnrSdHiain
solicits your legal nc'aces.
We appreciate your pa-
tronage and guarantee ac-
curate service at ideal
fates.
Dial 373-4605
notice under fictitious
NAME LAW
XOT1CE is HEREBY OIVEN thot
ihe undersigned, desiring to engngi In
llUfcilieinl under (he fictitious name "f
WILLIAM B SILVER, D.D.8 ( 88VI
North Kendall Drive Miami. K!a. in-
i.ii.is to register said nam. wltti me
Clerk "f (he Clroult Court of
County, Fi"i nia
WILLIAM K SILVER, l> B S .
Suarber, Kernel, Roskln and
Hellbronner, PA.
ai iin ne\ s for applicant
inn \ Biacayne Boulevard
.Miami I'la
:, gft 6 l -v-1
notice of action
CONSTRUCTIVE SErlVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-12186
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
1\ UK THE MARRI \1E I 'I-'
KB hi GARl lA. Wile.
petit loner,
a lld
ii 1MB UARCIA, Husband.
Respondent
Ti I: M It JOSE GARCIA
~r, Wasworth Terrai -
Apartment No \
Washington Heights
\'i w Yiirk, New York
YOI." ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action ti*r Dissolution of Mar-
riage nas been filed ngalnai you and
\"ii ai-.- reoulred i" serve a copy of
your written dexense if any, lo ii
ni ABE K/)SS, iiikiiii.v nn Petition-
er, nh'.s, address is 101 N VV. 12th
Avenue Miami. Klortila. and fill thi
original ivlth ihe clerk ..f the above
si \ ld "iiri mi or before June L'.V I873i
otherwlae default \\ili be entered
against you for ihe h.t demanded
in iin- romplalni "I* i"-iiiIon.
This notice shall he published once
pack w'-ek nn- four consecutive weeks
in TfUO JEH ISH l'i.'.itll >r \N.
wiTXKss mi hand and ihe eal
nf said courl ill .Miami. Klorlda on
ibis 17 dav of May, 1073.
Kieii.Vllli P. BRINKEH,
As Clerk. Clroult Court
l '."I.- i "iint\. Florida
By K. K. SHEA
As Depul) Clerk
ICIrt uii i 'iiiri Si al'
ABE KOSS, ESQT'IRE
Inl N.W" l.'h \x. nil.
Miami. PI I3IS8
Phone: |h8-4383
Attonuy for PeinioiKT
,'.'2.-. S/1-S-1S
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
NDT'CF OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIPCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 73-12271
IN RE: Man 'ae. beta sen
i;i l:v II BCRKE.
Petitioner
ami
Hf'OH JOSEPH BCRKE.
Respondent
ResiKindenl
TO: HfOH JOSEPH BCRKE
Residence Unknown
ilrir..*e Ci'ki'i'wii
'YOI' ,VKE HEREBY NOTIFIED
: that <<> action i"i Dlaaolutlon nf Mar-
riage has lieen filed againsl you and
von are reoulred i" serve n copy "f
vour written defenses, if any
en GROVRR CIMENT WKIN8TEIN
K- sTvri'.Kli pa attornev for Pe-
I tltloner, whose a'Mress l :" I Ii.....In
Road Miami Beaeh Plorida. and file
ihe original with 11>- clerk "f Ihe
shove styled court on or before June
S3. '"7": otherwise n ilefaull will lie
| entered against you for Ihe rellel de-
. nia'i'l'd in tin- rtimnlainl or oetltlon
This notice shall be published once
. a-h week foi four i-onsecullve weeks
in THE JEWISH PI ORIDIAX
WITNESS niv hand mid the seal
.t -i, i 18 duv f Maj l73
KMIIAP.li P BRIXKKII
Vr i "lei I.. "Ireuit "ourt,
Dide County, Klorldii
Bv Ii 15. SHEA
A Di P'tts c
ii... uii Cu. i Si .1
GHOVBH CIMENT VVEIXSTBIN \-
STAI'BEIt P.A
Bv: MHEHW1N ST M'HBR
rtr-ii I in, .In Rond
M l.iml Bench, Plorld i 331
i Al Hi i Ii | fol Petition, i
;, 21! S'l-x-l
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SFRVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-12417
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
ELIZABETH SHARON fill..
and
Al AN KICILVKH IHI..
TO: ALAN RICHARD fill.
364 Howard Streel
l.awn a.". Massaelui. etts
YOI' ARE HEREBY XOTIKIHO
thai an action for Dlsaolution "f Mar-
riage has i.....n filed aifninsl you and
\i ii are reoulred to serve a coos
Vour written defenses, if any, i, i
on Pi'herl II Puins. attorney for p- -
tltloner, whose address is 130 Ijinioln
P..I.. Miami B.-aeh Kl'.iii'.'i. and fii-
iin- original with ih>- .lerk of the
I above si\i.-.i court on or before Jui .
27, IMS: otherwise default win ha
entered against you for tie relief -
| manded In the complaint nr petlf1'
This notice shall be published 0 -
each week for four consecutive wi
in THE JEWISH I'l.nilinnv
WITNESS my hand and the -> f
said court al Miami, KI'T.da en lh;8
:'l day of Ma) 1978.
RICHARD P BRINKER,
As Clerk. ( ir.uil Court
Dude Cpunly, l-^lerida
Bj l SNEEDEN
A- Di put) cierk
iClroUlt Court Belli)
ROBERT II RTTRN8
un Lincoln Rd.
.Miami Beach, Pla.
Attorney ler p. tltloner
.138 4421
r ].' -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THS
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUI"
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-2887
in RE: Esti......f
LILLIAN WINTER,
deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
re chums or Demandi VgfllllHt Saul
Bsl.....
You ar.- herehj notified and reotilei|
to nresenl ." claims and demands
winch you min h.'i\.- against ihe ,-^-
late nf LILLIAN WINTER decen 'I
late of Bade County. Ktorido. to ihe
Circuit Judges of Dnde County, and
id. the same in dunllcate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.10, Plorida Stal-
iii. s, iii thi ii "H lei in the County
Courthouse in Dnde County Plorida,
within -i\ i .: ii.ii mouths from iho
lime nf l'i-- in......ihlloal on hereof,
or the -ann- u III he hai i
i- ..I .i Mir,mi. tills '7 ilnv ( M ".
A l> i"T I
HlHX HENIt)
.1 v MBS Ml" il VEI Mil I BP.
A l>.' III.'i
i-'n-i nuhllcntion thli mil.....n
I Ui ila.\ nf M
HI HIBRT II H HITE
Attorm > for Kstuli
ii j duPi al Itulldl is M Inml
Pla.
-i
i:
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 8135S
PE: lv tali "l
.! \ VIES W RH 'i:
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Ni'TU'E is hereby given the I have
Died a final Report and Petition for
Distribution and Plnal Discharge as
Executor 'i Ihe astate ol JAMES W
Rli !:. ii i- asi 'i. and lhat on the is
di \ 'if lu'.e. I73. "ill apply to ihe
Honorable Circuit Judge* of Bade
Cnoi'iy, Plorida for appmvnl <( said
Plnal It......H and for dlatlibUI..... and
nn harge u B> utoi "f "i -
! n| Ihe abnvi -iiein-.l ill Cl d. lit,
This it dav of Mas. ;".
UCira .vlissfi
HERBERT Z MARVIN
HtlMIIM
777 N W Wnd Ave
Miami. Plorida .,...,.,- i
i ;. i',' i~*i~ i.t i
IN THE CIRCUIT JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
Nc\ 7?-4073n (Dowlinq)
RE Ksti......'
. "M LINE III.CCHOW SKA
I.......naed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All ("red I >- md AH Personi Him
ml i"li>iin i or 11. "an.1- Ann I Said
Eatali :
You are hereby notified and i -
nulred ii nresenl any claim* and de-
mand* which you maj hnvi ngnli -i
ihe tl ti PACLl.NB ':! L'CHOVV.
[JK ^ :.-.:- (| late "f Dude C, nni ,.
i";."M,-i the Circuit Judges of D
County, and file Ihe sain., in im '.-
i ,i, ai..i ... "- v ,!.! I Set tlon 711 -
);. Plorida Statutes, In their offlca in
Ci. Countv Courthouse In Had. Cigin-
i lv, Plorida. wlihin six calendar
' inonihs ir-m Ihe linn of the (ir: I pub-
. i ...ii h, i. nf, or 'he same will
i.aiii.i
I'a'ed at Miami Plortda. (tii
dav "f Mac. \.D i I
EDWARD IIWICHOWSKA
A- Kveeill'T
I" '-st cilia i: i"n l ibis
Ih. (3 das i Max. 1973
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location. R:\er Reach boo an
island just fi\e minutes from
downtown in a single family
residential neighborhood The
Davie Boulevard Interchange of
1-95 is onlv 5 blocks to the west.
No ater.vay in Fort
Lauderdale is more iushly
aped with towering palms
than New River. And all day long
there is an endless parade of yachts
and boats plying their way to the
[ntracoastal and the ocean. Always
something different. A sight to
behold. And nearly every
apartment has a front row seat.
As for privacy and security
you'll certainly have peace of mind
here. Our island has only one
entrance. Across a waterway that's
guarded twenty-four hours a day.
We're so particular about who
comes and goes the island is also
patrolled by boat as well as land.
If you don't belong here it's next
to impossible to get in.
So, before you buy
anywhere, come see our furnished
models. Well let them tell you how
liveable our island is.

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