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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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Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JWISH WEEKLY
|6 Number 22
Miami, Floiida Friday, June 1, 1973
Three Section* Price 25 cmte
tYAN, SYRIAN AMBASSADORS IN MADRID
\ron Favors Contact
\th Arab Oil Sources;
ti Semites in Rally
JIM ELNECAVE
Sronlcle NWl Service
near-unanimous opln-
^gentina that the new
Dr. Hector Campora,
\i embark on any major
liout first obtaining the
Gen. Juar. Peron, the
Perorrism.
fcron, 77, President of
between 1946 and
hied in November after
ixile in Madrid for 17
later went back to
iere he was visited by
Sampora soon after his
March.
[is little doubt here
Peron has assigned
the main responsi-
Argentina's future
[ policy. Observers be-
the Argentine econ-
be oriented towards
ie with the Common
id that hostility to-
called American inv
Lwiil be intensified.
nain point of the new
?t-up, as these ob-
it, is Gen. Peron's
active contacts with the Arab
countries. As soon as the results ;
of the Argentine Presidential
election were known, the Libyan
and Syrian Ambassadors in Spain
visited Gen. Peron in his luxu-
rious Madrid home.
Then, on April 6, he met the
Saudi Arabian, Kuwaiti, Leba-
nese, Lobyan, Syrian, Algerian.
Tunisian and Iraqi Ambassadors
to Spain.
The representative or tne Arab
League in Spain was also present
at the meeting.
The well-informed Argentine
daily newspaper, La Opinion, has
reported that Gen. Peron aims at
increasing Argentina's oil output
which is approaching some 90
per cent of her consumption,
with a view to an association with
the Arab-dominated Organisation
of Oil Exporting Countries.
Gen. Peron is also reported to
be seeking large investments
from rich Arab countries to ex-
pand Argentina's industry and oil
output.
Such developments in the Ar-
gentine economy, linking it with
Continued on Page 2-A
Call on U.S. Jews to Fight
Rise in Repressive Trends
NEW YORK (JTA) Jews who have "disengaged from the liberal struggle, who have turned to
the right and have wedded themselves to Nixon's America." thus casting their lot with "the most threaten-
ing option confronting America," are bringing danger to t hemselves as Jews and to their country-, warne.i
Rabbi David Polish, president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. This statement was rnadd
by Rabbi Polish when he spoke at a series of regional meet ings of the CCAR. prior to recent developments
of Watergate.
In his message, the head of this
country's reformed rabbinate urged
Jews not to asquicsce in this
country's corruption "as it sickens,
weakens and languishes amid its
power and wealth, and while
it "struggles for its soul." Con-
cerned Jews, he declared, must |
not abandon the struggle against
eroding values and repressive
trends in America, but must stand
firm against such incursions on
U.S. liberty. "We shall not weather
any coming storm by trying to sit
it out," he added. "If we do not try,
it will overwhelm us."
Rabbi Polish charged that the
many Jews who "assumed a
super-patriotic pose before the
election were not nearly as in-
terested as they professed to be
in Israel or even in the economy,
but betrayed instead a profound
distrust in our society and its
capacity for change." On the
other hand, those who were ac-
cused unjustly "of anything from
anti-Israel feelings to radicalism
Continued on Page 3-A
SUCCEEDS SHAZAR
Katzir Takes
Office as New
Israel Prexy
JERUSALEM (WNS) In his inaugural address, Israel's fourth
President, Piof. Ephraim Katzir, called for "a blend of the knowledge
of the sources of Judaism with a modern concept of the world "
The 57-year-old biophysicist from the Weizmann Institute of Sci-
ence kept both of his hands on a Bible as he was sworn in May 24 by
Knesset Speaker Israel Yeshayahu
during a festive Knesset ceremony
here. Among the onlookers were
Premier Golda Meir and former
Premier David Bcn-Gurion.
iright, Jackson Exchange Hot
ds on Pressing UN Peace Plan
SEN. fULBRIGHl
'tKtravagant cost'
WASHINGTON (JTA) Sen.
J. William Fulbright (D.-Ark.).
chairman of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee, and Sen.
Henry M. Jackson, a fellow Demo-
crat, from Washington, clashed on
the Senate floor over U. S. policy
toward the Middle East and ways
to meet the energy crisis.
The two lawmakers took diamet-
rically opposing views in speeches
on American policies toward the
Arab-Israeli conflict and the need
for the U. S. to continue its all
imports from the Middle East.
Fulbright proposed that the
I'. S. work toward a "United
Nations imposed solution" of the
Middle East conflict to "serve
all our interests'' in the area.
He enumerated as American in-
terests a political settlement of
the Arab-Israeli dispute, the
continued flow of oil, our strong
"emotional" interest in Israel
and the strategic interest to
avoid a confrontation with the
Soviet Union.
Fulbright described as extrava-
gant," in terms of cost, a U. S.
program to find alternative energy
sources on a "crash basis."
Jackson declared that Ful-
bright's conclusion that the U. S.
must deliver the future stability
of the Middle East into the hands
of the Security Council to ensure
an adequate supply of energy "is
based on a dangerously over-
simplified appreciation of both the
nature of our energy deficiency
and of the politics of the Middle
East conflict, to say nothing of a
most fanciful view of the powers
of the UN." Jackson has advocated
Continued on Page 8-A
Israel's outgoing President,
Zalman Shazar, escorted his suc-
cessor into the Knesset chamber
after both reviewed an honor
guard outside the Knesset build-
ing. As they entered, two Army
chaplains and a rabbi blew three
lung shofar blasts.
President Katzir is the second
distinguished scientist to be elect-
ed Israel's chief of state, and in
his inaugural speech he quoted his
mentor, the late Dr. Chaim Weiz-
mann. Israel's first President: "I
worked all my life and strove to
make science and research the
basis of our national enterprise.
But I knew full well thai there are
beyond science sublime values
of righteousness and justice, of
brotherhood and peace."
He dwelt on the importance of
science and technology in Israel
but also warned of their dangers
such as pollution, and stressed the
need to rise above science.
He quoted his late brother. Prof.
Aharon Kat/.ir-K:itcha!sky. who
was killed in the L*d Airport mas-
sacre last year. "There is no exisl
ence for us without the moral and
humane values thai are the very
foundation of the State of Israel."
The new President alM> urged
Continued on Page 5-A
PlltSIDtNT KATZIR
scientist ot helm

FOLLOWING RECEIPT OF SILVER ANNIVERSARY MEDAL ON MIAMI BEACH
r. Kronish Co-Chairs National Bonds
(Leon Kronish, spiritual
iof Temple Beth Sholom
Jernational chairman of the
jic Cabinet of the Israel
^Bgram, has been named
Jpampaign cochairman, it
unccd this week by Sam
general chairman of
el Bond organization.
kneement of the aprtoint-
^fcllowea almost immed-
tby Dr. Kronish's receipt of
Israel's highest honor, the Prime
Minister's Silver Anniversary
Medal, personally presented to
him by Abba Eban May 16 at an
Israel Bond dinner on Miami
Beach.
Dr. Kronish, along with Rob-
ert Russell of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, was
one of only 25 people in the
world selected by Golda Meir
and Finance Minister Pinchas
Sapir to receive the award.
In his new role as national
campaign co-chairman. Dr. Kron-
ish will have major responsibili-
ties in promoting an intensified
campaign effort aimed at realiz-
ing $360 million in Israel Bond
sales this year.
Proceeds from the sale of Israel
Bonds help finance vital develop-
ment projects in industry, agri-
culture and commerce and pro-
mote the creation of jobs for
Russian Jews now reaching Israel
at an averaee rate of 5 and some
3,000 a month.
"As International chairman of
the Rabbinic Cabinet and former
co-chairman of the National Con-
gregational committee for Israel
Continued on Page 5-A
TIES TO ISRAEL
j Smith I
Muddies
Waters "
By Special Report
NEW YORK a from organi-
zation for notorious anti-Semite
Gerald L. K. Smith has deluged
Congressmen and Senators with a
letter aimed at acerbating the
friendly relations between this
ountry and Israel, the An'i-
Defamation Leagua of B'nai B'rith
charged here.
According to Arnold Forster.
MM.'.-, general counsel, the "inno-
cent-sounding letter is a covert
means of aiding the Arab propa-
ganda offensive in the United
States."
The group. Citizens Congres-
sional Committee, first organized
by Smith in 1953, asks in its
letter whether the crisis in the
Middle East could lead to this
Continued on Page 3-A


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Call on U.S. Jews to Fight Repression
uiitinued from Page 1-A "Tough-minded Jewish non-lib-> forward thai we disengage our-' Ing the election campaign "we
nanif^ted
rightwtoi
greater confidence
America."
;,i Polish noted that "we are
encing not only ideological
' shWkW, but psychological trau-
ind that Jewish certainties
tout their convictions "have been
; nished while the well-hidden an-
s- dogmas and bigotries of
,,.shave erupted to the sur
.............................. forward thai we disengage our-
eraia claim that the exclusive con selves from our society," Rabbi
cern of J is the Jewish Polish said. "Even if it were pos
People.' Rabbi Polish noted The} sible or desirable, disengagement
ay thai times are too storm) to is a spurious issue." He noted th.ii
lermil other considerations; thai some Jews have "disengaged"
he Jewish ethic is "nol eneum- themselves, bul that these "disen-
Jertd by the malaise of an alien gaged" Jews "demand their cut
ivcrld." and, lastly, that "liberal- of government monies for day
sm is harmful to the Jews." As schools; 'disengaged' Jews rage
or whether liberalism is good or against busing; 'disengaged' Jews
.armful. Rabbi Polish asked fight against quotas, as they should: llje truth about the extermination
and civil disengaged' Jews wage battles Plans "' ""' NazU'
the election campaign "were
nut lying." They saw both Issues
as close!) interlinked, "a right-
tinning for Israel. Protected l>\
a rightwlng America."
Tin -i peo] K' were as concerne I
for the welfare of Jews .is their
Jewish opponents, he conceded.
Bul so were the "rabbis \\ lo knew
;iiul would not tell their people
vhether the antiwar
' Ue are no longer ashamed I ,1"-'""ri ll,e """"" "'<' l"" uisengageo jews wage
i i t'l" he chared and 'ights position of many Jews was against scattersite housing.
,. be Ingotc < ,0Q(, ()1. ^ )(j|. jewg .m() (.()|)
. I jluded thai they were good. Jew
ish concerns over crime, over en
roachment inio the teaching pro
fession and deteriorating neigh-
borhoods do not help.'" Rabbi Pol-
ish said. What he said disturbs
him is that there is no "reasoned
strategy of defense of Jewish in-
.*
u
Are these the Jews whose
, vIh( ,-s came out of Auschwitz0
re these the Jews whose fathers
.,, deft rolling cigars in dark
Llcs-in-the-waH for $15 a week?
\n these the Jews who belabored
,n insensitive world for ignoring
to doomed six million Jews?
What has happened to the moral
"piousness of the U.S Jews?
>onc with the general moral
consciousneaB? If so. then it was
. frail thing. Has it proved too
Teat a luxury for us to be em-
battled over Jewish issues, and in
., it* moving towards a dictator-
ship as 1976 approaches?" If so
then Jewish liberalism was not
necessarily deeply rooted in Jewish
ethics," he said.
Rabbi Polish said he did not
-oree with those who say that
jews have not turned to the right
bul have stood still while every-
, ne else has gone to the left. He
, died this "fatuous" in the face
,.f Jews helping to "elect right-
wingers" as city mayors. "Many
he went on, "have been
banking on taking their places in
Ihe privileged sanctuary of nght-
., America." He deplored the
..., that these people do not lis-
to the warnings of others.
He asked whether Jews are
truly more sensitive ethically
than their neighbors," as Juda-
.-m teaches, "or arc merely adap-
[v< to changing social trends."
He noted that some say the
lews have betrayed their heri-
tage while others claim that "we
have realistically come to terms
with it" One claims that 'we
have wedded ourselves to Sa-
tan." while others say "that we
are at last veering towards a
(.rrect. traditional position.
\nti-Semite
Smith Muddies
lies To Israel
Continued from Page 1 A
country's involvement in a
Third World War."
The Smith front, declaring it is
.MY much concerned over de-
elopmentS in the Middle East
3 the legislators to respond with
ir comments.
Forster said Smith is expected
ise the responses for Ins own
Semitic and anti-Israel ends.
He pointed out there is no indi-
[ion from the letter itself that
Citizens Congressional com-
mittee is a front for Smith or that
s chairman. Roland L. Morgan.
who signed the letter, is a nephew
(,] Smith.
Opal Tanner White, the OTjS
other name on the letter and listed
as secretary of the CCC. is a long-
time top associate of Smith, the
AL>L counsel said.
Smith's hate periodical. "The
Cross and the Flag," has re-
ported that the CICC* "activities
are planned and executed y
Gewld L. K. Smith, ***
the (Christian Nationalist) Cru-
sade," the League said.
The only address listed on the
Citizens Congressional Committee 5
letter is a Los Angeles post office
box number.
CANTOR EDWARD
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terests but the emergence ol an
irrational and violent counter at-
tack, the emergence of Jewish
Archie Bunkers in the various com-
munities."
"The suggestion has been put
i Rabbi Polish went on to ex-
Jews who have cast off "the un ;""""' th ',1".'S'S E^ ,NlM,n V""'"'
comfortable restraints of liberal- ica is good for the Jews We are
isn. and we must now recognize """' Prosperous than ever before
that for them it was liberalism "' l-ui-h uston. he said, and
more expedient than convictional "we ,have f mo **%
- do so out of their feeling that ^ ** arsumenl* g Ven
the new American scene is good '""ever, "Amrkn PW^ 5
for Jews, that it is in our interest being acquired at the expense o
Israel." Rabbi Polish continued.
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year around for music, lectures'
and open forum discussion, will
lecture on the world we live in
each week during the month >>i
I June.
Dr. Wolfson's topic June 7 will
be "The Earth"; he will lecture on
The Sun" June 14, "The Stars
June 21 an I 'The Galaxies" June
28. The Lectures, which are free
and open to We public, are under
the chairmanship of Raphael Bur-
stein and Harry Kaminer.
He said that those Jews who
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their own economic interest dur-
crcasingly in a widening gap be-
tween the powerful and rich on
the one hand, and the weak and
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The statement by a State Department official that the
United States would have to curtail its oil consumption in
lhe event of a new Middle East war, the threats by the oil-
rich Arab nations to bring this country into line with their
anti-Israel policies by cutting off the precious supplies,
may be viewed as only empty ones designed to black-
mail the administration. There is more than a suspicion
that our own oil companies are contributing their own pub-
licity fuel in the interests of higher profits and more con-
cessions in the tax held.
What seems to be needed is a serious, independent
study of the energy situation in the United States. The
American people must be given more facts than have
come to light- Gasoline rationing, the closing of service
stations because of lack of supplies and the daily head-
lines carry a greater threat to continued support of Israel
than statements from Arab leaders and State Department
spokesmen.
Another Cycle Completed
Another cycle in the religious life of the Jew will be
completed next week with the observance of Shavuoth, the
third of the traditional agricultural festivals which began
with Succoth last fall. For local synagogues it marks the
end of the "season" which will be resumed with the High
Holy Days and the new year of 5734.
The later addition of a spiritual dimension has given
the holiday a larger and more modern significance and,
in a sense, a far greater one than its origin. The emphasis
today is on the giving of the Torah en Mt. Sinai and the
acceptance of the Jews of a moral code which has been
their guide and their sustenence through the ages.
While originally a Reform replacement for Bar Mi'.z-
vah, the ceremony of confirmation has become an ir.'cqral
. c; the Siiavuoth observance for most synagogues.
I c"- Moses received the Torah on Mt. Sinai and p<
. to succeeding generations o! Jews, boys and girls
:::eir tcrr.z'. r^.ic.Dus studies 'rp'. it
ieh generation as a tirr.e of commitment to stut
ion ol lhe Jewish people zs veil a
search for Jewish identity.
Educators' Work Bearing Fruit
Those who despair of Jewish education in the United
, should be made aware of the faci that thri
students were 'he top winner* in the international
ie contest recently concluded in Israe
Wh they received excel-
!er.: training in leamir.-r s s~ act, there is enough
- ct the I degrees of e in rang-
ay School to the all- y iva
w who end
.ave a cor.irr.Lirr.en*, to the Jewish faith
- to be even more in-


well a~
-- abilities M ;cser study, ..
Is c.-e greater than curr Id have you
believe. The intensive work by such new bodies as Fed-
eration's Commission on Education end its Central Agency
for Jewish Education are beginning to bear fruit, from all
the evidence at hand. The continued cooperation of Fed-
eration leadership can make the turnaround from despair
a reality sooner than many had hoped.
When he meets you, Henry Kis-
singer fixes his face in the set
smile of a 1940s big band leader,
extends his hand and says, "Nice
to see you."
But he is not seeing or meet-
ing you at all. His eyes catch
yours for an instant, and suddenly
it is clear that they are turning
nervously in their sockets, race
horses at the starting gate pawing
the ground to get going.
What Kissinger is really doing
is looking straight through you.
past you, repeating, "Nice to see
you," but already examining the
room for other eyes to meet and
look through in an endless sue is
sion of meetings and fixed smil
an endless exercise in the prac-
tice of raw power.
Irrelevancy of the Moment
For Kissinger, one moment is
merely a springboard to the next.
The content of the moment,
marked by the proper political
ar.d social amenities, is in fact
irrelevant to the search for him-
self.
i

Mindiiii
H f i /ell is an imitation to
\ isit him in Washington "some-
time s ion," an invitation he does
.)'. mean to extend nor for you
to accept, but it is the easie il
way to end the meeting that has
already lasted longer than he
expected.
Then suddenly, he is gone, flit-
ting from one confrontation to
the next, leaving you with the
feeling that somehow you've
failed him. You've said much,
EtECnON5nr\i^WNlN5
>. TCS,
and he's heard little of it because
what you've said was not about
him and did nothing to help him
discover the Ki.singer elusive to
himself Frankly, what you've said
didn't interest him very much at
all. -
And so the talk between ; i
was part of the fixed smile ;.. I
the irrelevancy of the moment
words spoken to fill the gap- ^
his calm frenzy, words not met t
to be taken seriou ilj.
More Vulnerable Abroad
It would bo well for us to
member this in any assess
of Dr. Kissinger's promise to a
delegation of American Jews
other week about what he woul I
or would not say on the subject
of .Soviet Jewry during his then-
impending discussions with Kr< m-
lin leaders in Moscow.
In fact, these days, it would he
well to put a lid on our expecta-
tions so far as any administration
spokesman is concerned, from the
President on down, and not just
their pronouncements on Soviet
Jewry but on the whole gamut of
our national concerns South-
east Asia, the Middle East, infla-
tion, the so-called "energy crisis.''
If the President and his advis-
ors are in the crippling bind of a
credibility gap at home, they are
even more vulnerable abroad.
That vulnerability was particu-
larly evident when Leonid Brezh-
nev said in Bonn that his meeting
with President Nixon in June will
be held as scheduled "despite
Watergate."
Having just concluded a series
of talks with Chancellor Willy
Brandt, which were both exten-
sive and enervating, Brezhnev
seemed to be looking forward to
the trip to Washington as an oc-
casion for easing up.
Prearranged Atmosphere
In effect, Brezhnev's reference
to Watergate put an equal sifn
between Washington and Moscow
so far as a free and open society
is concerned. Since, according to
his assessment of matters, each
of us is merely pretending to be
what in fact we are not, then
from now on let there be an end
to morality in government as an
Continued on Page II-A
COMMENT
fate of the Jewi h Com-
munity Centers having been a
ible factor ju ; a few
he annoum
if a S6 5 lillion cam]
. '
Florida must be rati d as o
iack storii of the
: memorie
. in mj I
. "; Paterson, x. J. The
o bas-
> on Sunday nights
my l- nele Jot and his girl
grand-
hool from
I Maybe it still
but i can't it
hi; leration of s
ir-o!d
ini
i
V."
Ml CH OF
ii
:
the Jewish community center in
the fii t place.
One joined the Boy Scout
troop quartered there, went to
the summer Federation camp in
Pennsylvania, became part of an
older boys' club, even went to
of the cultural Sunday
: ma lec-
tures but often chamber music
or a classical soloist.
wei : only lhe pool,
11 court or
na ti< i quipment for ai lion,
:. ; IIir |
entered inl i compel
ol N ,' Jersej Y's i n
n of drat
skills.
MOST OF our athletic loyalty
d ivoted to tii
yed with pn
r our "Y." The
which in-
1 !
Strcel and !
Sphas, ..- well as
ntii City. P
ivn wtih
he 1
Visi-
i
^> -' .
lish CO
stars
i i seaboard
'il up until World War II
when height rather than stylized
set-shooting took over the game
We even had a football team of
former high school and college
players to root for on Sunday
mornings during the fall aiid a
liv EDWARD <0M.\
crackerjack baseball teai
the summer,
IF voi ither that nosti
has overwhelmed mo. >
at that I have I
men ii ven'l even
rls) the extent
which surprises me, for I
are recollections dating
-one : Obviously, '
the Y.VMA was an imp
pari of my young life as it '
of my generation and l'.
Joe's, who came to Ffi1
from Lodz as .> child almost
years ago.
The question is not h
can go back horn.' again,
turb me. The:, aie times wl
I agree with Rabbi Leon Kroi
that thi il ol what th
has no'
i EN this o it
i I .
n I i :i> '
poi il where his sermon
proi cal Ive "M
Are tiie Priorities of the J<
Community.'" and while i d
not hear it I have more th:
suspicion that this Center pro-
ject was not at the top of the
list.
That is hardly positkn
which diminishes the need. Al
Continued en rage 15-A
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Friday. June 1, 1973
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Dr. Kronish Co-Chairs Nati^dljo^dT^
Continued from Page I \ J-'VIIVIO
Page 5-fi
DR. ICON KKONISH
TO TAKE PART
IN TV TELETHON
Dr. Leon Kronish, spir-
itual lea.:-, r f Tempi
Beth Sholom and interna-
tional chairman of the
Rabbinic Ci bine! of State
of Israel Bonds, has been
invited to participate in the
"Ono Day for Gold;."' tele-
thon June 12 at the na-
tion.'! office of Israel
Bonds in New York City.
The announcement was
made by Milton M. Parson,
director of the Greater
Miami brae] Bond organi-
zation, who said that the
telethon will be a major
event in the current cam-
paign to raise S75 million
in Israel Bonds during the
months of May and June.
The campaign is being
conducted in tribute to the
25th anniversary of Israel's
independence and Mrs.
Meir's 75th birthday.
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J2ft. Dr ^onish has stimu-
toted the increased participation
M synagogues of all three
branches of Judaism in the Bond
effort.- Rothberg declared.
A member of the National (,.
Paign executive committee and
Past general chairman of the
heater Miami Israel Bond com-
mittee. he is national vice pre,
'dent of the American Jewish
Congress national board dun,
man of the American Israel His-
tradut Foundation, and president
of the American Jew.sh Congress
Southeast Council.
For over a quarter of ,-, cen-
tury, the spiritual leader ol
Temple Beth Sholom. Dr. Kron-
ish has served as a member of
the executive hoard of the Cen-
^Conference of American
Rabbis and president of the
Rabbinical Association of Greater
Miami.
Rothberg hailed the acceptance
> Rabbi Kromsh as "an impor-
tant step |n the strengthening
Of the national leadership f the
'srael Bond campaign. We are
['onMenv." he said, "thai his
Initiative and experience as a
"'''',l aml devoted spiritual and
comunal leader will be of enor-
nous value in our effort
achive our goa; oi $360 million
for 1973.'
Leonard Goidfine, outstand-
standing Philadelphia commun-
ity figure wh0 ,g na,ional
Chairman of Trustees for Israel
Bonds, has been named to
serve with Dr. Kronish as na-
tional campaign co-chairman.
"With Israel's defense costs
remaining high in the absence of
peace in the Midle East, and with
immigration this year expected
to total 70.000. of whom some
40,000 may come from Soviet
Russia, there is a compelling
need at this time to strengthen
tne hard-pressed economy to help
pael achii ve peace and to make
the neu immigrants self-support-
ing citizens," Rothbei i di ired
Pythians Elect Slates
r.enrgp Gr-shwin Lodge 196
Knights of Pythias, and Gi
1,1' "win Benevolent Association,
will hold election of officers for
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low.
Katzir Takes
Helm as \V\*
Israel Presidenl
Continued from Page l \
close links with diaspora I.
anti referred to ally a a* the
core ol our strivings."
On !-: i: soci I problems i I
chall 'nges, he said, "Man)
dren reci ive neither the i
Ihe ed ic ition th des
communal fragmentation an I ii
colarization musl be red u
th" livin" bandar Is ,,f the
privileged must be rais
Although Uic office of Pre*
is largely ceremonial an I di
from politics, Presidenl Kal
youngest man ever to hold it i
expected to be more activi
national affairs than any i ;
predecessors,
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Viiiik To Succeed Steiner Miami Delegates Will Attend Hebrew U Meet
As Brotherhood President
Harold B. Vinik of 4545 Adams I Aaron Fair. Philip Davis and
Ave... Miami Beach, was for- Perry Fabian, vice presidents:
iiiallx elected president of the Edward Perlow, treasurer; Irwin
feplis, recording secretary; and
Philip Davis, corresponding secre-
tary.
Board members are Stanley ,
Brownstein. Marvin Cooper. A. Jay | AfifAlIlSt Kt*V 7"
Cristol, Herman J. Eaton, Dr.
By Special Report
WASHINGTON A two-day
conference on themes relating to
cross-cultural aspects of the work
Jewish Education
Seen As Defense
V709
HAROLD B. VINIK
Samuel Granof. Kenneth Hershey.
Barry Kutun. Samuel Leiner,
Charles Levine. Dr. Solomon Lich-
ter. Herbert M. Lowenstein. Robert
Lynne, .Michael Mersel, Dr. Morris
Milstein. Joseph A. Nevel, Joseph
Pardo. Marvin Pehr. Philip Postel
nek. Sidney Rockwell. Murray
Rubin, Paul Ruthfield, Dr. Walter
Sail, M. William Smith. Jerome
.Stein. Marvin Btoiiberg, Murray B.J
Weil. Jr.. and Emanucl Zaiac.
Prof. Leon Goure of the L'niver
sity of Miami was the guest
speaker at this, the final monthly
breakfast of the season, according
to an announcement made by
Aaron Farr. vice president and
program chairman. Dr. Goure's
topic was "East-West Relations
Alter the Moscow Summit."
By Special Report
HOLLYWOOD Jews have
nothing to fear from Christian
conversion movements such as
"Key 73'* and "The Jews for I
lesus" groups if the Jewish com-
munity "makes Jewish knowledge
a basic rather than a peripheral
interest of the Jewish community."
according to Rabbi Irwin Groner.
of Congregation Shaarey Zedek, of
Detroit. Mich.
Speaking Wednesday evening at
the banquet at which one of his
congregants. I. Murray Jacobs, was !
installed as the new president of
the 375 club National Federation
&f Jewish Men's Clubs. Rabbi
Groner condemned Jews who allow
their chilldren to terminate their
i.eon Kronish
leader.
is the spiritual
Brotherhood of Temple Beth
Sholom, at its regular monthly
breakfast meeting Sunday,
day
Mr. Vinik. who succeeds Martin
J. Steiner in the post, served in
the U. S. Navy with the South
Pacific floet during World War II.
He is a graduate of the University I
Ol Miami with a B.B.A. degree.! wrr gi
and is founder and president of: n eSl IrPVltldny
Blackstone Realty. Inc. B0NX (JTA) Thc npo Vazj
A Past Chancellor Commander J National Democratic Partv (NPD)
Ol the Knights of Pythias. Mr. | is in a state of disarray, heavilv
Vinik is a member of the National in debt and trying desperately to
Association of Realtors. Miami hold on to its dwindling member-
Board of Realtors. Jewish War ship, the Interior Ministry re
Veterans and Veterans of Foreign ported last week. But. according
religious training at the age of
The Brotherhood supports the j thirteen following Bar or Bat
youth activities and scholarship Mitzvah.
programs of Beth Sholom: Rabbi Manv of our Jeuish youngsters.
New Neo-Nazi
Party Rising In
Wars.
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Vinik will be a new extreme right-wing organi-
zation is in thc ascendance and
appeals to many of the same ele-
ments that flocked to the NPD in '
its heyday a few vears ago.
Thc new group is the "Aktion
Neue Rechte" which the security
services say is developing into the
country's most militant right-wing1
extremist organization. It has close
contacts with extreme right-wing
groups abroad and subjects its
members to strict training and dis
cipline.
The "Aktion Neue Rechte" is ]
headed by a former NPD official, \
Siegfried Poehlmann. Earlier this '
year it broke with Dr. Gerhard
Prey, publisher of the newspaper j
"Recht und Ordnung." and '
now publishes its own news organ. |
Stimme Der Neuen Rechten." |
Frey is also publisher of the right
ist National Zeitung which in the
past espoused neo-Nazi views.
The NPD. which in the late
1960s stirred alarm in West Ger-
many abroad by capturing seats in
virtually all of the provincial par
liaments, has been on the decline.
including thc six or seven thou-
sand students who are reputed by
at least one observer to be con-
/erted to Christianity annually.
Rabbi Groner said "they hunger
tor a spiritual experience but have
elclom encountered authentic
Judaism. With their religion ter-1
ninated at the age of 13. they,
are without guidance and counsel
in their quest for a personal mean- \
tag to life."
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Friday, June 1. lc73
Fulbright, Jackson Exchange Hot
Words on Pressing UN Peace Plan
. L_ (nrJnu added Aspidistra Stakes, is fo: fij.
Aspidistra Stakes saruraay j lics and mares A one mile on .,f
The infield turf course will be j grccnswarc. In all there will b c-
the site of the week's featured at-1 races on Saiun.<.y's program .. n
traction at Calder Race Course, the daily pof *.ime of 1:30 p.m a
Saturday's feature, the $15,0001 effect.______________________
Continued from Page IV
; Si0$20 billion program by the
V S Government to develop en-
i i.y sources that would avoid U. S.
ieiince on fuels from abroad.
Fuibright also stat?d that since
* i U. S. may be largely dependent
foi a decade or more o:i
imports, our present polio'
policy infiuencers rids1
I ic conclusion that milv
equired to se
et i the Mi'.Idle
to secure our ex;
'
ted that then
i I .-
-
selves
. : : :.
-
the Shah ''
-. ti '.>. part men: sp< k sman
i hn King said tha w ;il noi
con menting on his spee< fa
l>u: *e will make one point. The
ea of using force mentioned
in his ".peech does not reflect in
a;i> way thought in this Admin-
istration." Privately. Department
sources indicated that Ftil-
brigbt's statements regarding
force were "irresponsible and
shocking."
Fuibright in his speech urged
"var:r ons' i f the proposals by
Seeretarj of State William P.
of December 1S69. the
,.- Plan, which would have
....: withdraw from virtually all
th< \iab territories it seized
in the '.967 Six-Day War. He also
announced that his committee will j
ne:;ngs May 30 and 31 'on
|ju implications of the energy
foi U. S. foreign rt'._
lions.
He said the present situation in j
the Mideast is due primarily to'
"the refusal of the U. S. Adminis-
tration, backed by a heavy Con-
gressional majority, to modify its
commitment to the present policy ;
. el as "already a garrison state''
LTOB JACKSON
of mount-
ing tei "which no amount
f counl terroi ism is likely to
.....ed that the in-
'.:- ies, especially th'j
U. S "may expect mounting
threats" to their oil requirements
by "radicalized Arab regimes."
Fulbright asserted. "The ques-
tion is whether it is not our own
policies which are driving Amer-
ica's Arab friends toward radicali-
zation and revolution." The Ar-
kansas Senator predicted "a selec-
What is Torah'
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T< n le Tifereth Jacob will pre
sent a cantata entitled "What Is
Tcrah?" during services Friday
evening, June 8.
Certificates will be presented to
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Kershner and Robin Soskel.
The Oneg Shabbat following
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He said he accepted the
"validity" of "strong emotional
interests" of Americans in
Israel. He reiterated his support
for an American-Israel bi-lateral
treaty guaranteeing Israel's se-
curity on condition that it is ac-
companied by "an identical
multilateral one by the great
powers acting through the UN
. ani that Israel "withdraw from
mo t. though not ail of the ter-
ritories occupied in 1967."
Fulbright did not define the e.\-
tenl of such withdrawal. T'..
Rogers Plan called for only mi.....
Ustmei.Vs to the pre-1967
; [jiaeli boundaries.
Jackson took biiarp issue with
Fulbright's adi ocacj of a UN im-
posed olutton which lie called a
view thai was "properly laid to
, -i with the demise of the Roi
i Plan two ears aim." adding:
"We must leave it to the two
parties themselves the task of find-
ing a resolution of the Arab-Israeli
conflict." He observed that "the
crucial first step toward that ob-
jective is for the Arab states to
igree to conduct negotiations with
Israel."
Jackson warned that the effort
"to exhume" the Rogers Plan "can
only encourage Egypt to continue
to refuse to begin peace negotia-
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Friday, Jur.e 1, 1373
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c7i op //-^ / U he rCabbi ^Dpeaha j-rom Jhe f-'ulpit 4*-
* I By RABBI SA.Ml EL J. FOX
-'' """".............. "r.....""iiiwiir"'- "T r1*-**" **~
Get* Out Of The Desert
, By RABBI DAVID RAAB
Temple Beth Raphael
The fourth book of Moses is
known by the name of "Numbers"
because of the census-taking of
'he children of
4Ver, the He-
brew name is
Bamidbar" or
In the Wilder-
because
.ve read in the
first verse:
And God spoke
unto Moses in
the Wilderness
of Sinai."
Our Midrash or tradition tells us
fnai Israd received the Torah in
the wilderness and through fire
and water. Indeed this is a lesson
l<> digest, for before a nation can
According to the poenv.wri.tjtQA
by the great national Hebrew poet,
Chaim N'achman Bialik. not many
of I he "generation of the wilder-
ness" succeeded in entering the
land. Most of them died in the
desert on the way to redemption.
Israel described Thli generation of the wilderness
n the first had known enslavement, had
.hapter. How- tinned by making a golden calf,
and by their constant complaining
and desire to return to Egypt, had
demoralized (he people.
Rabbi Raab
We. too in our day, seem to be
living "in the wilderness." There
is much unhappiness in our so-
ciety; there is disillusionment and
cynicism. On every side we find
corruption and double dealing. The
golden calf is still with us. and
many are worshipping at its feet.
There is a great deal of hypocrisy
in our midst and the young gen-
eration, especially is disenchanted.
Many of our lives are a wasteland.
We must turn, therefore, the
lie consecrated as a holy people desert of our hearts into flourish
it must undergo suffering and
laerifice. The Ten Commandments
wire given in the desert because
il thus illustrated that the word
of God belonged to all humanity
;.'. not to any one country or only
one nation.
The desert indeed teaches us
great lessons for living. First
tnat in the desert life is hard ard
difficult and nothing is given to
us on a silver platter. A person
in the wilderness, furthermore has
to work long to be able to obtain
food and water and thus survive.
No doubt that being in the
wilderness taught the Jewish
people that nothing may be
achieved without great labor and ;
sacrifice. It taught them many 1
ther valuable lessons. However,
their goal and purpose was to get
cut of the wilderness and enter ,
the Promised Land.
ing pastures of culture and faith.
Who were the Karaites?
The Karaites were associated
vith a sect formed in Babylonia in
'he 8th century. This sect was
ormeil as a result of various in-
ttrence!?, ^Specially amongst the
lews who lived close to the fron-
iers. Generally speaking, this sect
ejected the validity of Talmudic
law. rejected any permanent au
hority on the part of a religious
leader, and insisted on the right of,
?ach individual to interpret the
Bible as he saw fit.
Originally they were ascetic in
haracter to some extent and pos-
es;ed an acute sens? of social jus-
'ice. In time these principles were
omewhat modified. In comparison
vith the traditions of the rabbis.
the Karaites were more or less lit
eral in their approach ts the Bible.
What does the word "Karaite"
signify?
This term first appeared in the
9th century and is considered a
term which the Karaite sect adop-
ed to distinguish themselves from i
the followers of rabbinic tradition.,
Some say the term comes from.
the Hebrew root "Kara" which
means to "read" as it refers to .
scriptures, and that the Karaites'
To get out of the desert of our adopted this name to show that
lives I would like to suggest that
vou try the following prescription
ii guidelines:
1. Believe in God and cultivate
your faith regardless of the
:hey were the champions of the
literal meaning of the Bible.
Some say the term comes from a
Hebrew word meaning "to sum
nin" or "to invite." The Karaites
rvnicism which is rampant in Vt()u:j thus be regarded as those
CANDLEUGHTING TIME {
1 SIVAN 7:48
^*m^i** <*<*> A *^i* '.fin r*e f> ^jkj^ji,
the world.
2. Relax and don't take yourself
too seriously.
3. Do not bear a grudge. Remem-
ber that you do not get ulcers
from what you eat but from
what is eating you.
4. Don't complain about your lot.
If life has handed you a lemon,
you can still make lemonade.
5. Don't try to change anyone.
Begin with yourself.
6. Surround yourself with happy
people: keep away from people
who "kvetch" and complain.
7. Live and let Jive: live and help
live.
8. Be optimistic and look at the
bright side of lite.
9. Be a friend and you will have
one.
10, Take care of yourself and ex-
ercise daily. Remember that a
healthy mind is to be found in
a healthv bodv.
THUS YOU WILL REACH THE
I'HOMISEI) LAND.
vho "called" upon others, similar
to the Shiites of the Arabs who
called ucan others, to follow their
way of life.
Others claim the word .signifies
a relationship with the Arabic!
term "Karra" (from whence we
get the Arabic word Koran) to in
dieate that they were preoccupied
with the meaning of the scriptures
and their exegesis.
Why do some scholars claim
that the Karaites were opposed
to receiving converts from other
faiths?
Since the Karaites adhered rath-
er strictly to the scriptures and the!
scriptures do not seem to indicate I
a definite process of conversion.'
it was the rabbis who set down !
the rules of conversion to the Jew-
ish faith based on their interpreta-
tion of inspirational teaching. The
Karaites, finding no ground in
scriptures, disagreed with this rab-
binic rite.
' lli Ti an nhlc Airent-v)
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Bam id Bor
"An I the lord spoke unto Moses in the wilderness of Sir ii
. (Chapters 1-1V, 20)
PIBSTCE>4SUS# At Si*a^hi'-t*c.fiest-dey of Hie second
month (lyar) in the second year after the exodus from Egypt,
Moses and Aaron, assisted by a leader chosen from each of the
12 tribes, were commanded by God to count all male.- over the
age of 20. who automatically became liable for military service.
It was found that 603.550 men were availabl? for defense during
the march through the wilderness. The Levit?s were excluded
from the general census beeause of their spec;al duties connected
with the sanctuary.
ARRANGEMENT OF THE CAMP: Order and discipline were
to be maintained whether the Israelites were stationary or on
the march. The camp was arranged as a quadrilateral, with the
sanctuary in the center, protected on all four sides by the tests
of the Levites. The 12 tribes divided into four sections, each
bearing the name of its leading tribe, which formed the outer
cordon, .hidah together with Issachar and Zebulun. were sta-
tioned on the east: Reuben with Simeon and Gad on the souih;
E;:hraim with Manassch and Benjamin on the west: and Dan
with Asher and Naphtali on the north. When on the march, t::e
contingent of Judah took the lead, followed by Reuben and
Ephraim. with Dan in the rear.
LEVITES AND THEIR DUTIES: The first bom of all the
tribes had originally been declared by God to be sanctil'ii'd to His
service; subsequently the Levites alone had proved themselves
worthy of this privilege by rallying 'round Moses after the inci-
dent of the golden calf. Moses was therefore commanded to ap-
point the Levites to the service of the tabernacle in substitution
for the first born. Acting under the direction of the priests, the
Kohaim were charged with the responsibility of the sacrificial
services ir. the temple and the Levim were charger! with the re-
sponsibility of the maintenance of the temple and all its furnish -
ings and appurtenances.


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iKabbinical *Jeli
evision
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rant*
June .1 Ch. 4, 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
((Repeated on Ch. 2 at 6:30 p.m.)
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "Epilepsy in our Midst"
Guests: Mrs. Cathy Root and Mrs. Bonnie ttertrich
June 3 Ch 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsky, Temple Sinai of
North Dade
Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley, Temple Sinai of
North Dade
Topic: "Ten Commandments''
Guests: Rahbi Robert Orkand, Temple Israel Rabiii
Barry Altaian, Temple Beth Am
June 3
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A M A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA- '
O-i. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANTME EWES ?533 SW 19th Ave.
American Trad ticnal Judaism. Rat>.
t' 1- Marshall Taxay. Cantor Soi
Pakowitz. j
BE'H AM (lompiai. 3soo N. Kendall I
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her.
bert Baumgard 3
j
FTH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave
Conservative. Raobl Irving A. Wt;n.
gart. Cantor William W. Lioson. 4
s' lurda i ., tii Bar Mltivah: Am,
ol Mr* Mar] '> ndn v and the
I Dr. i "'mull Andri w Shavunl
i '< rl i n i-:. Sih.r Chapel)
Tu.-fclas 7 SCI |, in Wt-dnexdny 0 n in .
'I .in i;i\ 7 :;n i> tii (main mortuary)
I lay 8 h in confirmal Ion nerv-
'" i nl S73S." H i, in. Thursday
9 lib Viakor memorial ervU-eH.
BETH EL. 5U0 SW 17th Ave
oox. Ribbi H. Rothman.
Ortho.
6
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional. Rabti Max Sha.
oirn Cantor Lecn Segal. e
" ; un-. i sh< vuoh or Penta-
' Wedni Mdn> vr. ,
' il I" Y,-,, |0 ,
' ukh. "PreiwrlnR tor
U axe.
PfTH J0V """O'e)- 0438 SW 8th
St Conservative. Rabbi Charles
Hubtl. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. 8
' ,' 13 m Italibl Kubel will Hd-
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*'-' "" Siilinath hi i \ I.....,, L- Shnb-
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ISRAEL (-Temple) VoREATER Mi.
am,. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot. 1C
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'on 'I" Anything n, IVanta""
'"> ><>u lieopfe "ill
aervlci hi.
ISRAEIITE CENTER. 31/a sv/ 25th
St. Conservative. r?abbi Paul .1
Bend.r. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
f.".*!",5 '' '" Saturday 43 a in
')''[[ '''' rmon: Portion of
jie HeeK Shavuov Ken k-< .- TueHday
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1 '" T"ui ln> 8:45 a m., 7 n m VI*.
kor in. morlal .-. i \ lee IH:ij ., ,,,
OR OLOM (lemole^ 8755 SW 16th
St. C"nservative. Rabbi Elliot
Winograd. Cantor Vehouda Binya
mm. -.
TIFERETH Is"raEL~6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. ,4
2ION (Temp:jj cu Millar Rd. Con.
servat.ve. Rabbi Normar Shapiro
Cantor Errol Heltman. 18
"Iduy s |i in n.nflrmnlloi Kervloea
'','...... "To Confirm or Deni <,,i.
'',; ,"u"" 'i"V M1,T\h: *l*ven,
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Bruee Silvern Sermon, Sedrah of lh.
HIAltAH
T'^5RETH JACB (Tempi.). 951 E
4th Ave Conservative. Rahbi NB.'
than Zolondek. ..
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Erev Shevuoth Bhevuoth; HVd
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NOHtH MIAMI
8tNTEH X?*H|,COrNOREOATION. 2225
in. i? J, ?.* Cone''vative. Rabbi
;"kel' Can<"- Ben Zion
r\irscnenbaum. ,,
MIAMI BIACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever.
eRlM,.,bMnAHL- r. Ji" =t- OrthOdOX. '
Hahh. Morde-ai Shapiro. ig
S?T.? JJACOB '"3' Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabb. Shmaryahuj. Sv/Tr
Blk-ry^C^nXor r-"fl"'-:ce Mamcnes 19
fcr^onRA:HAEL. lTe"""e'- J."
''"*", Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
6 Ale iSS^JVziW- 4144 Ch"e
, ^ioru SKLtr Kroni^
nszssr
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thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
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BtTonY?EmH ;'AIM CONGREGA.
I ION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
CLi2B4ANwESREW"C^NGf,EGAT'ON.
Rflbb, W,nSh'p9,0n Ave- Orthodox,
"abbi Dow Rozencwaig. 13
^GMcItT*-,010 hebrew CON-
RR|fh nTION0 715 Wajhington Av-.,
, R.pbhb'MDoorV,.RO"nCWa'- C"'' *
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., Lehrman Cantor 2vi Artier. 94
l-Jjmrd Hlberl Me,. ,
HDBRoWhortCADlMV"2430 P'"' Tree
Orthodox. Rabb. Alexander s
Gross.
25
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Hilltl.
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T'bor H. Sterr..
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Cantor Meyer Engel.
MENORAH flempte,. b20 7Mh St.
n*?. r V- Rab'ji Maver Abram.
ow.tz. Cantor N.co Feldm.n. 26
Friday K:1H p.m. Bni \litxvah SUHan
dauirhter of Mr u ,, ,'.'
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Sliiwr """ ,'" ""' J" Bnrlque
NER TAMID (TempM), 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi Eugene Labov.tz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. Zt
Oi-EV SHALOM. 7?Si Sonita Dr. Or
vhodox. Rabbi f'-neas Weberman
Cantor Leo Radii 3C
SEPHARDu, Jtwr-I CENTER. 64*
Coltins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiat. 3*
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CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrobim
Grorjr. 3J
NORTH CAY VILLAGE JEW'SH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause
way. N' tive. Cantor Murray Yavneh. 32-A
AGU!JAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARC
CONGREGATION, 7J7 5th St.. Mi
ami Beach Orthodox. Rabbi Mor
decai Chaimovita.
NORTH .';,;; BtACH
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ADATH YESKURUN (Tample). 102!
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva
tive. Rabbi Milton Schllnsky. Can
tor Peuvan Eckhaus. 35
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beacr.
Blvd. Conservative. Robbi Max Lip
schitz. Cantor JaecL B Mendslson it
B'NAI RAPHAEL. I4(.' NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Victor O
Zwelling. Canto- .i--k Lerner. 3t
SINAI (Tempi"), el Nun TH DADE
13801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsiey. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 37
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Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell A.
Berger. Cantor P. Hi lei Brummer.
tmtsm
MOGAN DAV'D CO^ OR EGATION.
9348 H.-.rding Ave. Orrcodox. Rabbi
Isaac D. Via*, t-o
FOffT LAUDlKDALt
BETH ISRAEL (iempiei. 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd ibbi Akiva.
Brilliant. Cantor M.-iur^ce Neu. 42
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POMPAHO BtACH
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 610
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SHOLOM .Temple). M~ SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Merria A. Skop.
Cantor Yaacov Reiner
HALIAHDAU
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. M
Y^G-'.SRAEl OF GREATER ML
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CORAl GABLtl
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*JmistincrIdfton
Page 11-A
LEO MINDLIN
Kissinger Vow:
A Grain of Salt
(Cotitiiiitcd from Page 4-A)
issue tiut divides us.
Given such a prearranged sum
mrt abr.jsphere, Brezhnev noted
in Bonn, the Soviet Union would
prefer t-> forget the dreary, dark
days when Xikita Khrushchev im-
petuousl;. threatened to bury
capitalism.
For our part, his "despite
\Vatcrgi.io" put us on notice that
we've got to give up characteriz-
ing the Soviets as a closed, op-
pressr. e society, particularly now
that Watergate shows us also to
be closed, also on the edge of
being oppressive.
I don' suppose it makes us
very' happy to reckon with the no-
tion that Brezhnev considered his
round of talks with West Ger-
many more demanding than he
anticipates his negotiations will
be with us. In the American
mind, both are an incipient
plague the Soviets, an outright
dictatorial society; the Germans,
still on parole from their Hit-
leriaa ecstacy.
But If it doesn't make us
happy, it should at least teach us
a lesson that a nation can not
suffer corruption and expect not j
to be corrupted, which of course j
we are. Otherwise, why would i
the Soviets suddenly feel more'
comfortable about negotiating'
with us than with the Germans '
a sort of falling-in among'
tyrants and thieves'.'
If Brezhnev is right about (
Watergate as an equal sign, then ,
we can hardly expect President
Nixon ft t;ilk with him in Wash-
ington aiwiit the fate of Soviet
Jewry an> more than we could
realistieaU} pin hopes on Dr. Kis-
singer's promise to L'.S. Jewish,
leaders on the eve of his depart-:
ure for Moscow that he would
bring the question up in their be-
half with the Kremlinites,
Without the moral equivalent of
force, ".hat is there to say?
The Soviets are Right
Undo .-stood from this point of
Anti-ZionisI Film Shown In Mosc
ow
view, the Xixon-Brezhnev meet-
ing in Washington is likely to be ;
a Mexican stand-off on the larger
moral issues, with emphasis on i
the improvement of trade rela. |
tions which Brezhnev seems sol
devoutly to be seeking.
What is also likely is that the
Jackson-Milis-Vanik legislation in I
Congress threatening the Soviet
Union's hope for improved rela
tions unless Jewish conditions in
Russia improve collaterally will,
have no salutary effect on Soviet
policy at all. If Watergate moans
that the President has a substan-
tially reduced reserve of bargain-
ing power, legislation to curb the
exuberance of that power is ut-
terly meaningless.
Most disturbing about the vari-
ous aspects of Brezhnev's expec-
tations for the summit is no!
that he will get the trade agree-
ments he seeks, and on his terms:
not that the Jackson Mills-Vanik
legislation to mitigate the Jewish
horror has been sorely compro
mised: but that in the end Brezh-1
nev's assessment of Watergate as I
a moral leveling of American I
democratic pretention is correct
For example, all along the So-1
vlets have been insisting that
what they do with their Jews is
an internal matter and therefore
immune from foreign diplomatic '
meddling.
But it American Jews fail to
heed the Brezhnev embargo on \
the subject and argue that it i-
much more than that, if they
argue that Soviet Jews and then
destiny are a question of basic
morality and therefore of inter
national concern, they are hang
ing us right on the point of the
Brezhnev hook.
Because so. too. is Watergate
a question of basic morality, and
it is our national tragedy that
there is no one to talk us off the
Brezhnev hook at this time
neither the President, who is too,
numb to speak out, nor Kissinger, i
his bumble bee in search of him-1
self.
TEL AVIV (JTA) Jewish
circles in the Soviet Union were
reported on May 9 to be seriously
worried over a documentary film
titled "Beware: Zionism:" which
was screened privately in Moscow
recently and is allegedly anti-
Jewish in content.
According to the reports reach-
ing here, word of the film has
spread through artistic circles in
the Soviet capital and has aroused
indignation even among non Jews.
One was quoted as saying that
he Blm would drive out of Russia
those Jews who want to remain,
'ewish circles In Moscow fear thai
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was then the Czech Communist
Party leader, as a captive of the
Zionists.
The Blm also recalls an early
chapter of Bolshevik history, it
notes that the woman who shot
and wounded Lenin was Dora
Kaplan, a Jew. In the past she
had always been referred to simply
as a member of the Socialist Revo-
lutionary Party. The film also
alleges that Leon Trotsky and
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*Jewis)nM?**m
Friday. June 1, 1973
Eban's 8-Day Tour Produces
$20 Million In Israel Bends
dollars.
"This gives us confidence in our
xeative vitality," lie said. "But
'he journey is not yet over. The
real chapter of revival is only
beginning We are looking back on
our history when we had pogroms,
In an electrifying tcur of Miami
and seven other cities in the
United States and Canada, Israel's
Foreign Minister Abba K'kiii sent
Israel Bond sale, ky-rocketing to
a total of more than $20 million
in the communities he vi ited
earlier this mon'.h.
Addressing events which were
dedicated to Israel's 23th anniver-
sary, Mr. Eban provided an illumi-
nating analysis of it- prese il polit-
ical situation as well as an inspir-
ing review of r- history and
accomplishments Discussing its
problems and needs, he empha
sized the role of Ami rican and
Canadian Jewry's economic aid
through ih'1 Israel Bond program.
i eginnii -May 10
luncheon in Washington, n. C, and
ending on May IT with a top sales
dinner and a huge Israel Bond
Salute to Israel Festival in ("hi- ; ti. Greater Miami area have
i Auditorium Theatre with an purchased SI'"0.000 in Israel Bonds
:n honor of Frank K. Fitzsimmons,
total exports amounted to $48 iolerajMe,.~iMKl -now, for th^first
.pillion, while last year's exports time, we arc in control of our own
pointed out that in 1949 Israel's i destiny,
passed the two billion dollar mark j
and are heading for three billion
"We have to be realistic and tc
see our accomplishments in the
.ight of hardships, perils, and
dan [ers. In this light, we see un-
precedented progress. The rem
Hants uf the greatest disaster per
formed miracles. Today, the her
metically cut off Russian Jewry it
now open for immigration," the
:i chambers and short periods of Foreign Minister declared.
Bonds Purchased In Honor
Of Teamsters' President
Labor unions and management izing American labor's support foi
.in lience of ?.000. the Foreign
Mil iter > tour took him to a May
:! Bond luncheon in Baltimore, a
Trustees oi isran dinner in Boston
\ta 1-. a Bond dinner in Detroit
vl.r. 13; a "Man of the Year" din-
ner in Montreal oi Maj 11; two
meetings in New York Citj on
Maj 15, and the pace-setting Bond
dinner in Miami Beach on Maj 16.
. the momentous di
Israi I's proclamation of indepen-
dence, Mr. Eban said: "On May 14.
18, thi que: n not whether
Israel would sun SS years,
bul whether it wi uld survive 24
hours We tasted th joy of birth
and the fear of death in the same
*
"When we started our struggle
for survival, the guns we had
look id like stones from an archeo-
logical museum The aircraft that
we had had to be kept together
with strings. Now Israel is the most
powerful small state in the world.
"Despite the efforts to isolate
us, Israel has accomplished a I Israel's Ambassador to the
stable integration among the United States, Sinicha Dinitz, pre-
world's countries." sented Israel's Silver Anniversary
As an example of Israel's eco- Award to Mr. Fitzsimmons in rec-
nomic development, Mr. Eban nonifon <>f his leadershio in mobil-
general president of the Inter-
national Brotherhood of Team-
sters, according to Milton M.
Parson, director ol Israel Bonds in
.-' mth Florida.
The bond were bough) by Local
?63 of the Teamsters Union, the
'it> Gas pany. Fo id Fair, and
the Dixie National Bank.
These bond sales coincided with
i testimonial dinner held in Wash- i
ngton May 10, at which a national
tril ute i" Mr. Fitzsimmons pro-
uced the unprecedentetd pur-
of S2(i million in Israel
Bonds.
More than 2500 members of the
rs and affiliated unions
gathered at the gala celebration.
which was addressed by Secretary
of Labor George Schultz and a
number of other top government
officials.
Israel's economic develoj ment
The Teamster president visitei
Israel at the personal invitation o
Prime Minister Golda Meir las
December. Upon his return, he on
barked on an intensive campaig!
which resulted in the phenomena
'I Israel Bonds that broke al
records for such activity on th<
le organization. The
Teamst rs for years have bet n con
isl >nt purchasers of substantia
jmounl of bonds.
Messages of tribute to the in
fiuential labor leader were re
lived from President Nixon am
Prime Minister Meir. Mrs. Meii
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reamstera for setting "one of tin
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* Jewish fhirSdliaiF
Friday, JuM 1. 1973
^eintionr ^L^ievm
on
Prosperous Jewish Lawyer as Southerner
yi!F. COVENANT, by Paige!
.Mitchell CAtheneum, $7.95) I
is not unusual in general plot
line and setting. A prospcrou
Jewish lawyer in a Mississippi
town had always thought of him-
self as a son of the South. Hi
grandfather and father provid
ed the psychological and soeio
logical climate and tradition towaiu mat end.
This identification far outweighed that of his
Americanism or Judaism, but the degree of his
loyalty to both these aspects of his life was
tested. On the one hand, civil liberties influences
placed him in the position of having to defend a
man unjustly accused of homosexuality because
of his liberal attitude toward Negroes in the
town.
On the other hand, Ku KIux Klan activities
included bombing the rabbi's home and the tem-
ple. This forces him into a painful reevaluation
of his identity and his association with his non-
lewish law partner.
This is a readable and well-written book, but
one wishes that the story had a more original
theme.
It is acknowledged that first novels are
autobiographical. THE LINE OF DAVID, by Ken
Hurwitz (W. W. Norton, $6.95), is not the auth-
or's first book, but it has all the hall-marks of
the collegiate attempt to be blase and to shock
the reader in this case by understatement. We
wonder if the book would have been published
if the protagonist had not been a Jew, the fe-
male interest an Israeli, and part of the scene
set in Israel.
-
A Tumultuous Welcome for Viet POW's
A R>'V MAJOR Floyd H, Kush-
ner, one of the four POWs
officially identified as Jewish
who returned to the United
States from Vietnam, came home
to a community reception at the
Danville, Va., airport.
"I'm trying hard not to cry,-'
he told the crowd. "The words
come hard but the tears come
easy."
An assistant to Congressman
Dan Daniel, who represents the
Danville area, read this excerpt
to us over the telephone from
the Danville Register's account
of the reception. She explained
she had been "Spanky's" baby-
sitter and then asked not to be
identified further.
The Register, founded in 1847,
bannered the reception "Ku ner Given Tumultuous Wel-
come." It said several thousand"
were at the airport. He received
many gifts, including a car from
the city and a scrapbook about
him from the Chamber of Com-
merce. The mayor and former
mayor made speeches. Rabbi Nor-
man Aucrbach, of Temple Beth
Sholem, where Mu.i. Kushner had
been Bar Mitzvah. pronounced the
invocation.
Maj. Kushner arrived in Dan-
ville from Valley Forge Hospital
in Pennsylvania with his wife,
Valerie, nationally famous in her
own right as an antiwar activist
who seconded Sen. George Mc-
Govern's nomination for the pres-
idency at the Democratic conven-
tion last June, and their son and
daughter.
Danville, a textile and tobacco
marketing center of 48,000, is
noted for being the site of the
last meeting of Jefferson Davis'
Cabinet after the Confederacy
had lest Richmond. It now has
60 Jewish families and Orthodox
and Reform congregations. The
major's grandfather, Rabbi David
Kushner, was the Orthodox rabbi
there for many years before his
death in 1964.
Rabbi Kushner's Orthodoxy re
mains strong in the major's
father. Dr. Robert Kushner, a
dentist, who was a captain in the
Army Air Force in World War
II. When asked whether anything
special would take place at "the
temple," Dr. Kushner replied: I
don't go to a temple. When I go.
I go to a shul."
Maj. Kushner was the only
American captured prior to 1968
who survived the prison camp in
Quangrom, South Vietnam. "The
only one. All the rest are dead,"
he told a news conference before
he came home.
Ten of the 27 Americans held
in his camp in the Central High-
lands died in the arms of this
32-year-old medical doctor who
was trained for aviation services
and was shot down Nov. 10, 1967,
while aboard a helicopter and
In Id captive for 65 months. Those
Americans perished, he said, be-
cause the Vietcong denied them
food and medicine.
f\-overt <_5/a
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Did Gen. Dayan Make Allon Angry?
?
MflHI.E Deputy Premier Yigal Allon was busy
outlining his Allon Plan for the first time
publicly last month, reporters accompanying him
on a one-day press tour through the Jordan Val-
ley were trying In figure out the most intriguing
question: Why now? One theory went that the
election was coming up in six months, and Allon
simply wanted to remind his colleagues of his
thoughts on the burning political question of the
day, the fate of the territories.
Another theory had it that Allon was an-
gered by Defense Minister Moshe Dayan's appeal
for Jewish settlement anywhere in the territories,
an appeal that is at variance with the Deputy
Premier's view that major Arab population cen-
ters should be returned to Jordan, with the im-
plication that Jews would not settle in those
centers after a peace settlement.
*
Chief of Staff David Elazar, talking to the
Foreign Press Association at a Tel Aviv lunch-
eon, replied in the affirmative as to whether the
Israel defense forces felt it was subject to
"moral limitations" in carrying out such acts as
the Beirut raid. Elazar, speaking slowly and de-
liberately, noted that the Israeli raiders could
i
have done much more damage during the attack,
bul fell that civilian buildings near the terrorist
headquarters might have been damaged.
*
Learning Hebrew has become one of the fa-
vorite pastime of Gaza Strip schoolchildren. So
much so. that a teacher crisis of sorts has de-
veloped there. Last year, 3,000 youngsters were
learning Hebrew, while this year, the figure has
more than tripled to 10,000. Bul, the Israeli
teaching colleges and other schools are not turn-
ing out enough qualified teachers who want to
teach in the Gaza Strip.
*
During the press tour of settlements in the
Jordan Valley, one fellow kept popping up. say-
ing little, but nonetheless present at all stops.
He was Haim Topol, the Israeli movie actor,
famed for his role as Tevya the milkman in
"Fiddler on the Roof." A friend of Yigal Allon,
who led the tour, Topol was dressed in an army
jacket and open shirt, looking very much like
any other ordinary military man. But he was
recognized at one stop by some excited young-
sters who asked for autographs and to take his
picture.

O dwin CZ^ ufa w
Winds of Change Appear to Blow >
Through Ancient Church Doctrine
BAMS Every year on Easter i the
good people" of Narbonne in S< uthern
France gather to see the Jews crucify Christ.
In a ritual which has not changed since
the darkest days of the Middle Ages, the pro-
cession wends through the city's tortuous
streets, with Roman soldiers escorting Jesus
with a crown of thorns on his head and heavy
-.-*< on his shoulder, the Roman governor wearing u
white flowing toga, and dozens of scornful and sneering Jews"
calling for the Christian messiah's death.
Practically all European countries have known this yearly
ritual play. The one at Oberammergau in Barvaria still draws
tens of thousands of tourists and visitors, while at Sevsllia in
Spain the masses watch Christ's disciples point an accusing and
threatening finger at the Jews as Jesus expires on the cross.
For hundreds of years, the Catholic church has burned,
flogged, or simply persecuted the Jews, who every "Good Fri-
day" and right up to 1965, were accused of "deicide" and termed
"perfidious."
During the last week in April the French Catholic bishops
suddenly called an end to this. In a document which goes much
further than anything attempted before, they termed ar.ta-Semi-
tism a "sin." described Judaism as "a guiding light" and recog-
nized that the Jews "have the right and the means to a political
existence among nations of the world."
The Catholic church's misgivings of its treatment of the
Jews is nothing new. Back in 1272, Pope Gregorius X '-sued an
encyclical forbidding Christians from "hitting Jews with sticks
or stones during their holidays or opening graves in which their
dead are buried.'"
The real change came under the reign of John XXIII who
during the Catholic conclave of 1964 65, Vatican II, c:<..icd i
special committee of Catholic bishops and cardinals to formulate
a new Catholic policy towards the Jews. German Cardinal Augus-
tinus Bea was given the responsibility of drawing up a new Cath-
olic "fundamental attitude" towards the Jews. The new dogma,
officially approved by the hundreds of cardinals and bishops who
attended the conclave, said that "entire humanity" and not only
the Jews were responsible for Christ's death.
Pancho Villa Activity Recalled;
What Would the UN Do Today?
"THERE once
was a gov-
ernment which
sent 6, 0 0 0
troops 300 miles
into a bordering
nation to track
down a terror-
ist.. The year was 1916. The ag-
gressive government dispatching
the troons was the United Stales
under the schoolmaster, Presi-
dent Woodrow Wilson, and the
terrorist was Pancho Villa.
That episode end?d up in the
forums of Hollywood. A contem-
porarj pursuit of terrorists in a
bordering nation by authorized
government fighters has ended
up in the Security Council of the
United Nations. The terrorists
sought were free-wheeling strate-
gists for international murder
The bordering nation was Leba-
non, and the pursuers were train-
ed Israelis.
The United States was never
really scolded by public opinion
for its chase after Pancho Villa.
But Israel's antagonists in the
present matter including the
Arab states, the USSR, France
and England have made a mo-
mentous thing of Israel's defen-
sive lunge into Beirut in an ef-
fort to wither terrorist leader-
ship where it flourishes. A bold
writer for the Washington Post,
prior to the UN Security Coun-
cil's unevenhanded pronounce-
ment on the raid, had trenchantly
observed: "One suspects Lebanon
is privately pleased to have Is-
raelis dispose of the menace that
the Lebanese lack the means to
dispose of themselves"
However, neither the Security
Council's myopic treatment of
Israel nor the reported transfer
of top Arab terrorist leadership
to Syria will solve the funda-
mental festerings in the Middle
East.
Were an impartial board for
settlement to bo set up and sen I
off to try to deal with the Pal-
i tinian terrorists, that body
would be hard pressed to know
with whom it should deal. Per-
haps in the end, the lead xsbip
will be provided by Col. Muam-
mar el-Quaddafi. the strong man
of Libya, who has been fever-
ishly active on behalf of the ter-
rorists with time left over to see
to it that Egypt (constantly
threatening to repeat its 1967 mo-
bilization against Israel) is sup-
plied with Mirage jets sent to
Libya by France.
Meanwhile, back in the UN,
the Arab protagonists have won
whatever victory they wish to
read into the Security Council's
condemnation of Israel. And for
that they can thank Australia,
Austria, Britain, France, India,
Indonesia, Kenya, Panama, Peru,
the Sudan and Yugoslavia. With
their added applause to the
USSR, whose Yakov Malik was
so livid over the tinkering with
the resolution that he took a
walk.


Jay. June 1, 1973
^JmistiihricKbr
. i&&&. .. .: -
ASHIN'GTOX, DC. By
ral agreement of his col-
ics. Herman Tftinttdge of
rgia is one of the ablest,
national-minded men now
;e Senate. He is also an in-
utial member of the main
nittee investigating the
rgal horror. Hence, some
rks of his are now highly
nent.
ifou can't tell how long this
is going to go on. any more
i, you can tcil how long it
lake to unroll a ball of
g," Sen Talmadge has said
' the Watergate investiga-
"But one thin1; any dam-
can tell. It will be bad for
countryin fact it can be
dangerous for the coun-
to go on much longer
I ml knowing the truth about
President."
n. Talmadge has therefore
ached the chairman of the
rgate investigating commit
Sen. Sam J. Ervin of North
h ina. with a tentative pro
that makes tremendous
sense. The proposal is to
immediate steps to get to
ottcm of President Nixon's
degree of involvement in
I Watergate honor, while leav.
ne roles of the President's
..dinates for later inquiry.
tills WOULD be relatively
K-le to do. On the basis of
I'.ne evidence to date, there
only five men who can now
Jfy to the President's per-
knowledge and complicity.
Bear him from all material
jjes of knowledge and com-
|y as the case may be
five are former Atty. Gen.
Mitchell; the Republican
|an, Maurice Stans. and the
key White House staff
bers, H. R. Haldeman. John
Ichman and Charles Colson.
lily we hear what the Presi-
[was thought to have wanted
it always at second hand.
Iier CIA Director Richard
ks has testified that the once
pvorful Haldeman told him
s "tiie President's wish '
the CIA to block part of
krly investigation of Water-
Uuhn J. Caulfield h;is tes-
that he "felt the Presi-
fcrobably knew about it,"
|he offered executive clem-
Lto the pe.iplc who made
Water ite break in.
Tone so far has testified,
er that "the I'n -i(U-:ii
te>M me' < ",he I'n sulent re
fasted" "th. Pre.-idenl or
The chances are im
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Continued from Page 4-A
Greater Miami Federation Pres
idem Robert Russell pointed out
in opening the drive, the
planned facilities will provide
the social, recreational and cul
tural programs necessary to
bring people together to share
the richness and diversity of
their lives
IF TIIE many synagogues in
the area do some of this, it is
obvious from the statistics that
they serve mostly only their
membership and that is at best
only some 30 per cent of the
local Jewish population. Surely,
a greater effort must be made
to touch (he lives of the other
70 per cent if Jewish survival
is high on the agenda.
It may be that we have en-
tered a period in American Jew-
ish life quite similar to that
which brought the "Y" into
being in the first place. As Prof.
Oscar Janowsky. the great
scholar of the Community Cen-
ter movement has written, in
the immigrant community re-
ligion and its cultural com-
ponents had been regarded by-
many as a "refuge for the aged
for worship and a stringent
ritual, and the rabbi an out-
landish functionary."
THE "Y" was developed as
an impressive vehicle to deal
with acculturation and assimila-
tion. Even if there is no longer
the second generation to deal
with, the attitude toward re-
ligion and the accelerated trend
toward acculturation and assim-
ilation has some dismaying
parallels.
But even il this were a true
analysis, I for one would like
to see more evidence that jus-
tifics reconstituting the historic
"Y" ol 1903 and that is all
the evidence I have seen as
the major effort to be made by
the South Florida Jewish com-
munity to meet the Jewish
need- of 1973.
by mm Mm
President's role. In fact, they
would only need to be shown
the seven denials in the Presi-
dent's Watergate statement of
I ue.-day (May 22). Tru v could
then he asked bluntly:
"Are these statements by the
President true or false, to the
best of your knowldge and be-
lief" If a single one of the five
said there was untruth in any
of the President's denials, that
would be the proper signal for
serious consideration of Im-
peachment.
O.i the other hand, if all five
Of these men supported the
truth of the presidential denials.
that would be the effective end
of the poisonous talk about the
President's own knowledge and
< m lici!\ in the worst of what
has been ;oing on,
The darkest, ugliest aspect of
the Watergate honor would then
be over barring some enor
irons surprise from one of the
obscure bottom dwelling Blugs
who seem in have infested the
White House until recently
As Sen. Talmadge remarked.
moreover, it is desperately dan
B OUS to ;:;> on as we arc going,
with the President's guilt or
innocence always in doubt
TIIE SHADOW of Watergate
is known to have hung heavily
on the Vietnam negotiations In
Paris. The threat to the value
of the dollar, the threat of gal
loping inflation, the threat that
the energy crisis will get out of
control all these are al-o de
manding immediate and bold ac
tion.
No President in Richard M
Nixon's present position can l>
expected to take this kind of
action with much hope of sue
cess. But if tile air is cleared
in the manner desired by Sen
Talmadge, the President will
again be free to act as the coun-
try's interests require.
Hi' will not be free, of course.
of the ghastly responsibility for
surrounding himself with the
men who gave orders in his
name false orders, if the
President has told the truth in
his latest statement.
Yet having a President who is
again free to act is an immense
objective in Itself, at least in
present circumstances, Getting
the worst over quickly, one waj
or another, will not of course ap
peal to partisan Democrats or
ambitious investigators or others
who want the agony to be de
lightfull) prolonged.
But as Sen. Talmadge has
drily said: "1 he COiintrj matters.
too."
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MONTREAL (WNS) Al Michael Chattrand. Nat
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, aiandul the removal from office
if Foreign Affairs Minister Mit
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"cannot be impartial in the vital
Israeli-Arab conflict because he
ields to pressure from the size-
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time thev criticize Israel
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NEW YORK Richard Nixon is fighting for his political
life, harder than he has ever fought before. But will it avail him?
This is his time of troubles. He has been betrayed by friends.
He is beset by enemies, within his own party as well as among
the Democrats. He is beleaguered by the media: Never has so
intense a scrutiny been focused on every operation of an adminis-
tration, secret cr public, as on this one And he meets a continued
skepticism among the majority of those who have either felt
friendly or neutral about him in the past.
This a' any rate is the image he would like to project. In
the midst of the Senate inquiry he has made a second major
effort to explain what happened. It helps, especially in recog-
nizing the covcrup. and there are passages of contrition in it
which must have been hard for Mr. Nixon's pride to utter. But
it still doesn't ring wholly true. It is hard to believe that every-
thing he did was done for reasons of national security, in order to
keep crucial political intelligence from being revealed. It is also
hard to believe that a tough, driving politician like Richard
Nixon didn't know about either the input or outgo of his cam-
paign finances.
When Mr. Nixon revealed so little in his first TV speech,
'here were desert stretches crying to be irrigated by further in-
formation. His second statement adds considerable detail. But
now the trouble for Mr. Nixon is that every new revelation will
be matched against his statement, to see whether it confirms or
contradicts it. Which means a continuing crisis of credibility.
&" IS THIS FINALLY Mr. Nixon's last stand, or will there be
still another? I feel there is bound to be another, since new-
contradictions and disbeliefs are bound to pile up and will need
to be dispelled. The danger is, of course, that this might go on
indefinitely, in a chain-reaction sequence, until it finally forces
Mr. Nixon out of the presidency. Something like it forced Lyn-
don Johnson out of the political arena, compelling him to take
himself out of the running for another term.
Mr. Nixon is. of course, aware of the Lyndon Johnson paral-
lel, as of the Andrew Johnson impeachment parallel. The two
historical Johnson cases plague his mind
To prevent the ghost of Andrew Johnson from taunting
him, he has first to lay the ghost of Lyndon Johnson. He did it
once before, when an antiwar campaign in the media and on
the campuses wag mounted against him. His answer was a
counteroffensive the historic "Silent Majority" speech, one of
the effective presidential TV talks in recent history, shrewdly
gauged to the audience and to the moment It caught the tide of
anti-anti-Nixon sentiment just as it crest I, and it changed ti
climate for Mr. Nixon's war and peace efforts for much of the
rest of his term.
One might guess that Mr. Nixon will io something like this
again, not in context of the war but of Watergate. He may again
wail for the right psychological moment, when people start to
feel that he is 'he underdo? and a shabbily treated one. Flag
decals are starting to appear on car bumpers with a simple
-President Nixon" next to them. The movement may grow, very
much as it did at the time ol the -Silent Majority" speech.
Right now the press is riding high, but there is an antilib-
eral potential in the attitudes ward tr, press which will crop
, if more people decide that the press is crowding the Presi-
dent too hard.
Thrc is a 'aggie of comm< r1 il various stripes, hint-
ing darklv of the counteroffensive to come, and Baying (with
various shades of agreement or derision) that it will be linked
to the climate engendered early in the '70s by intense anti-Nixon
movements on the left.
'
ON THE WHOLE there is far less talk of impeachment than
of resignation. To put it differently, the present way of express-
ing anti-Nixon urgency is to predict that the President will have
to resign or badger him to resign. Part of the merit of this
resignation route, for those who care about social peace, is thi-
ll would not rip the country apart. Hence the President's re-
peated assurances that he has no intention to resign, and that he
does intend to govern. It is a way of reassuring foreign govern-
ments and the business community here. It also hints that those
who want him to resign will have to mount an intense campaign
against him which will, in fact, split the country.
There is little doubt that a strong impeachment movement.
whatever its success or failure, would leave its scars on the
countrv as the Andrew Johnson impeachment trial left scars
on the Reconstruction period. Richard Nixon now confesses to
-rave misiudgments. One of the problems about punishing him
for them is to find a form of punishment that will not also
make the nation a victim.__________________________________
Norman Tilles To Address Conclave
Herbert L. Gopman. commander
of JWV's Department of Florida,
announced that Norman D. Tilles
of Providence, R.L, national com-
mander of the Jewish War Veter-
ans, will attend the 27th annual
state convention at the Playboy
Plaza Hotel, June 8-10.
"arewislti FloHidHairi
Miami, Florida Friday June 1, 1973
Secrbr. B
Waldheim Releases Report
On The Middle East
UNITED NATIONS (WNS)
Secretary General Kurt Wald-
heim's report on the Middle East
establishes the framework of the
UN Security Council's general
debate on that area scheduled to
begin on Monday. The 64-page
document, containing 41 pages of
background material and obser-
vations, and 23 pages of ap-
pended documents, asserts that
the Security Council has not con-
sidered the Middle East problem
as a whole since the adoption
of resolution 242 in November.
1967. though different aspects of
the problem have been dealt
with.
The report said the Council
would "therefore, in a sense, be
taking up the consideration of
the Middle East question where
it left off at that time."
Waldheim emphasized that
the UN has 'played an impor-
tant role in limiting conflict
and In preserving the tenuous
truce which has prevailed in
the area for most of the time."
though it has proved unable to
bring about a just and lasting
settlement.
He expressed hope, however,
that the advantage that ail
parties to the conflict are able
to meet together in the sam
room in the Security Council
"may be used for constructive
moves toward a settlement.''
Waldheim said he himself, his
special representative to the
Middle Eastt, Ambassador Gun-
nar V. Jarring, the UN Secre-
tariat and the Security Council
are at the disposal of the govern-
ments concerned to assist in.
reaching a settlement.
Israel's UN Ambassador Vosef
Tekoah described the report as
"a melancholy chronicle of the
known UN failure in peace-
making" in the Middle East, an.l
claimed that thise failure re-
sulted "in particular from
Egypt's persistent refusal to en-
I ; with Israel into negotiations
without preconditions."
Meanwhile in Jerusalem. Pre-
miere Golda Meir said it was
beneficial if Waldheim was offer-
ing the UN machinery to help the
parties into negotiations, but ob-
served that in the past Egypt
has rejected American efforts in
that direction and that the UN's
peacemaking record had not
been a great success.
BTJ "R, JD I N :E 'S
Mr. Tilles will address some 800
JWV and JWVA delegates and
their families during the official
opening ceremonies Saturday, June
9 at 2:30 p.m.
Malcolm A. Tarlov, national in-
surance chairman of JWV, is
scheduled to speak during the
business session Sunday, June 10.
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ANSWERITE and ANSWERPHONE
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TELCAR
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Phone 888-3495
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Advance Tublar Scaffold Steel Distributor
SALES RENIAL
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GLOBAL CONTACT LENS, INC.
fTTER V'SION THRU CONTACT LENSES
173 N.E. 64th Street 754-8607
A Very Happy Shavuoth
To All Our Friends
BEN AND RUTH GREENE
Shavuoth: A Time of Torah and Flora
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Shavuoth is a time of Torah
and Flora. It commemorates thj
'revelation* on Mt. Sinai and il
also a harvest festival.
In the Bible, it is called the
Feasl of First Fruits. The Jews
of Afghanistan call"! it the Feast
of Roses from their practice of
throwing roses at the Scrolls of
the Torah on this holiday.
in Aden, the ere accus-
tomed tu sprinkling rose water on
one another. This g)i.- back 10
the '.' drash that when the I-
raelite* on Mt Sinai heard the
First CommandmTt, they fainted
awaj and G d n st ired them with
dew
First Instruction
Among some of the Oriental
Jews, the child is given hi- first
instruction in the alphabet on
Shavuoth. Jews generally partake
of the practice of eating dairj
is on this haliday, notably
blintzes The rabbis explain th
saying thai dairy foods ari the
ds < f children and on Sha-
\ uoth we become a i h Idren
God,
The Book of Ruth is reai i n
: i.- hoi day for il les :ri :tion of
the agricultui li I te of ancient
! i beautiful cus-
tom attached to ancient 1-
farm life. We remember the rtorj
of Ruth gleaning in the fields of
Boaz Any passerby could glean
the corners of a field He mi;!h:
taki some wheat or grapes to -at
i-!\ bis hunger This was a lony
time before thej had social se-
curity anywhere in the world
You didn't have to hold up any
one if VOU "ere hungry
Not so long a^o. at an I-
Uond meeting the chairman was
telling how they are n iu growing
apple- m anciv'nl Israel However,
Israel, which were net grown
then Al this, George
J< -- 1 took exception "What do
you mean." he said The' didn't
gi ,v. appl ere What did
i and Eve 'I hi re is a pipulat
Populai Belief
Jess
H
I appl -
- ir; if
\ n md v ["here is p
th; t Adam i ver<
|i i fr< 'i thi Gard n of
: for eati >ut no-
in the Bible stor;
i \ enl is tht n
fied.
The Israel B .nnan was
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FOR OVER FOUR DECADES
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JEWELERS
9700 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH
THE OLDEST JEWELERS IN FLORIDA
Quality Diamonds Since 1868, Greenleaf & Crosby has been
farrous for its outstanding collection of gem quality diamonds
in traditional and modern settings.
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AMBER OIL CORPORATION
1861 Bay Rd., Miami Beach Phone 538-461
A Hcjdcv Shnvuolh To AH .
4TH DIMENSION INTERIORS
2043 N.E. 160th Street, North Miami Beach Florida
Phone 949-3524 Hours 8:30 to 5.-30, Eves By Aopointment
AL MORRISON M'KE SCHECHTER
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CARMEL BAKERY
RETAIL u KOSHER
847 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Phone 538-7592
1> i i-_'ht in saying that
things are being grown in
now thai were not grown
In (act, the chief crop. o.
was not grown, although .
entl> some types of citru-
were, and cotton, which I
now plentifully raiaes. was
grown there hefore. But
didn't have any Coca Col
they mad a kind of drin
date and j1o of barley.
The phophets spoke in ter
life. Th? wicked an
the chaff which the wind ;
awa> The word of God is a i
of life. A wife is a fruitf il
Isaiah compares Israel to a
yard and he envisions th.
ing of peace as turning the .
into the ploughshare, The pi
i Am p- i .:- a d
men I and a herdsman
i -i us. replying to tl
tacks of v Jews admist
m >st icallj thai tl
if commerce,
are i farmers
Tiller* ol Soil
COUl
till* of I ho soil. If the R.
and put a i
I 51 P

nol going to college and
ing doct 'i and uch tin: _-
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COPERNICO'S
RESTAURANT
PHONE 652-4303
250 N.E. 183RD STREET
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
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SERVICE GLASS &
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FREE ESTIMATES
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759 N.E. 79TH STREET
PHONE 754-5527
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Miller Cut-Rate Drugs
You Never Pay More
When You Shop at
MILLER'S DRUG STORE
Prescription Specialists
Vitamin Headquarters
Downtown
217 N.E. 1st Avenue
371-6731 -371-5862
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BALDWIN
Mortgage Co.
BALDWIN
insurance Aaency, Inc.
PHONE 374-8181
840 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
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FOOD SPOT STORES
Groceries & Dairy Stores
Located
Throughout Dade County
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DESK EXCHANGE
New and Used
Office Furniture
2742 N.W. 35TH STREET
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MR. and MRS. DONALD BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. AL BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. ABE BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. HAROLD BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
DR. and MRS. LEO BRAVERMAN
arc! FAMILY
MR. and MRS. WALTER MACKAUF
and FAMILY
View of the entrance to the fourth century synagogue at Biram in Upper
This is a perfect place to visit on your Shavuoth holiday.
Galilee.
Shavuoth Greetings To All
WOLFIE'S
RESTAURANTS
195 LINCOLN ROAD
2038 COLLINS AVENUE
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MIKE BOYLE PONTIAC
30501 So. Federal Highway
Homestead, Florida
Phone 247-7011
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YOUNG AGES
604 LINCOLN ROAD
ELI L1NIADO
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CARPENTERS
DISTRICT COUNCIL
2955 N.W. 17TH AVENUE
PHONE 635-5207
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KEY BISCAYNE HOTELS & VILLAS
701 OCEAN DRIVE, KEY BISCAYNE
PHONE 361-5431
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ARMANDO'S ITALIAN RESTAURANTS
1201 S.W. 22ND STREET, MIAMI
PHONE 854-4717
150 GIRALDA AVENUE, CORAL GABLES
PHONE 448-8294
Compliments of
DYSART SWIMMING POOL
SERVICE
and
DYSART POOL AND PATIO
WORLD. INC.
16160 Biscavne Sivd.
Phone 944-1291 or 531-5069
Ft. Lauderdale 524-1473
Shavuoth Greetings To All
LES COIFFURES
BEAUTY SALON
763 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach
Phone 53n.-0592
A Happy Shavuoth To All
TOWN DRUG INC.
5350 PALM AVENUE
HIALEAH, FLORIDA
PHONE 823-0915
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
BAC CONSTRUCTION, INC.
Engineering Contractors
6095 N.W. 72ND AVE. PHONE 888-0638
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
BISCAYNE CHEMICAL LABORATORIES INC.
Industrial Chemicals Laundry Dry Cleaning and
Janitor Supplies and Equipment
Laboratory Supplies and Chemicals
^SERVING*
Dacle County Broward Monroe Lee Martin
Saint Lucie Palm Beach Indian River
1215 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami 33136 Phone 377-1421
Greetings Leviticus 17-11
COCONUT GROVE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
DOMESTIC HELP
GABLES S W. SECTION Mrs. Erma C. Greene (Owner)
Phone 444-1631
103 GRAND AVENUE COCONUT GROVE
Hours: 8 A.M. to 3 P.M. Monday thru Friday
A Happy Shavuoth To All .
HARRY and BERNARDINE KLEIN
Hialeah, Florida
Shavuoth Greetings To All .
RIKKI'S STUDIO, INC.
Antiques
2256 Coral Way
hone 356-6741

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MacDONALD'S IMPERIAL
CLEANERS & LAUNDRY
DRAPES-SPREADS -RUG? SERVICE
Phone 661-5831
5840 S. DIXIE HWY. SOUTH MIAMI
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE
OF
OUR PARENT FOUNDERS
Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
NATIONAL FREEZERS
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ATLANTIC BEACH HOTEL
3400 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Phone 534-4665
A Happy Shavuoth To All .
ACE RELIABLE AUTO LEASING
Harry Holtzman and Sam Feingold
1031-5th Street, Miami Beach Phone 673-0421
A Haopy Shavuoth To All .
AMERICAN OF PERRINE
ACCESSORIES-TIRES-BATTERIES-TOW SERVICE A REPAIRS
18005 S. Dixie Hwy. Phone 233-7756
PERRINE, FLORIDA
GREET.NGS TO ALL
"The Most Modern in the South" Plastering by
D'ANGELO PLASTERING CO.
2050 N.E. 151st St., N. M.ami B"
945-7533
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS O ALL .
BEST AUTO SCHOOL
"Learr To Dri
501 Washington Avenue Phone 532-7752 Miami Beach
704 71sl Street Phone 866-5^21 Miami Beach
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THE BULL AND BEAR RESTAURANT
10 Biscayne Boulevard Miami 374-6723
[n the McAllister Hot-Al
To All Greetings FRED LANGMEYER
ATLAS PRINTING & OFFSET
"Job Printing" ,
5519-21 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone: 757-4893_


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SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
MISHCON
FAMILY
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CLOSETS DECOR
Chris and George
AMERICA'S LARGEST AND FINEST CLOSET, BATH and
POWDER ROOM ACCESSORY STORE
732 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD (41ST STREET)
MIAMI BEACH PHONE: 538-0625
A Happy Shavuoth To All .
W & K TRIM SHOP
16050 W. DIXIE HIGHWAY
North Miami Beach, Florida Phone 949-1616
SIEGEi'S
CENTRAL HARDWARE CO.
Wish Our Many Friends
A Happy Holiday
Shavuoth Greetings To All
HOLIDAY INN
2201 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE: 534-1511
A Happy Shavuoth To All .
TRENOUTH A. ADAMS, AGENT
753 N.E. 167th St., N. Miami Beach, Florida 33162
STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES
Home Offices: Bloomington, Illinois
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SCHWEBKE-SHISKIN & ASSOCIATES, INC.
LAND PLANNERS-ENGINEERS-LAND SURVEYORS
SOIL MECHANICS
18800 N.W. 2nd Ave., Miami-Phone 624-8471 or 523-0401
Shavuoth Greetings To All
EXECUTIVE SECURITIES CORP.
1175 NORTHEAST 125TH STREET
PHONE 891-0500
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
FLAGLER INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.
151 N.W. 79TH STREET, MIAMI
PHONE: 751-8613
DONALD KAPLAN MARVIN HAVEN
A Happy Shavuoth To All .
JACK CHERRY'S CITIES SERVICE STATION
5485 Palm Avenue, Hialeah Phone 823-0505
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
CITY MEMORIAL AND MONUMENTS, INC.
86 N.E. 79fh St., Miami, Florida 759-1669
4 FASCINATING PROMT FOR THE TRAVELER
A One-Day Flight to Sharm el-Sheikh
By HENRY W. LEVY
World Zionist Organization
American Section
II you've gone through the Old City of Jerusalem
several times visited the Jaffa nightclubs, seen
the Arab market at Beersheba, gone through the
art section of Safed. visited the Hadassah Hos-
pital and seen the Chagall windows, toured the
West Bank, thrilled to the glorious view of Haifa
harbor from the top of Ml Carmcl, had more
than your share of coffee at the outdoor cafes on
Dizengoff St. in Tel Aviv in other words if
you've pretty well seen Israel on your one or
more visits, may 1 suggest a new and delightful
thrill.
It is the flight to Sharm el-Sheikh, that all
important strategic spot which plays so import-
ant a role in the current peace negotiations, in
the course of which you stop at the seaside port
of Eilat and visit the magnificent 5th century
Santa Catharina monestary which is at the foot
of one of the Sinai Desert's highest mountain-.
Jebel Mown, generally accepted as the historic
Mt. Sinai where Moses received the Ten Com
mandments 33 centuries ago.
Fly Over Beersheba
It is all available to you on a one-day flight
from Tel Aviv or Jerusalem. I made the trip
recently from Jerusalem.
Heading for Eilat, we passed over Bethlehem.
Hebron and a number of smaller settlements and
towns on the way to Beersheba. Then we flew
over the Ben-Gurion home in Sde Boker, saw
the campus of the Negev University, got a good
view of the famous King Solomon Mines about 20
miles before we descended at the airport in Eilat
We literally flew through the smoke of the King
Solomon Mines, which are being worked today,
even as they were in Biblical times.
At Sinai Airport
1 had never made the long and arduous trip
by ear from Beersheba to Eilat and thus can't
compare what 1 saw by air with what you can
see on the road. But you fly low enough to see a
lonely winding road, with few towns on it, but
with a magnificent view of the mountainous
Negev desert. It looks terribly lonely, almost
completely unsettled, and if it isn't heresy, I
for one. began to wonder at the complete va-
lidity of the oft-expressed Ben-Gurion viewpoint
that the Negev is the real future of Israel. (Since
returning. I've been informed that competent
authorities believe that 25 per cent of this Negev
desert can Ik- transformed into a liveable area).
You approach Eilat. with Aqaba, on the Jor
dan side, on your left. You fly over the several
seaside hotels and over the Gulf of Eilat, before
turning around and making your approach to
the airport from the waterside. Only a feu miles
away, you see the Jordanian airport. A half dozer.
cargo ships, mainly oil tankers, are in the harbor
A Happy Shavuoth To All .
CHIPPY'S RESTAURANT & PANTRY
101 MIRACLE MILE, CORAL GABLES
PHONE 446-7031
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
AAA LETTER SERVICE
130 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla. Phone 379-0041
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
Mrs. Schaefer and Son Bill
BISCAYNE SOUTHERN PRINTERS
2333 N.W. 7TH PLACE, MIAMI 634-6231
A Happy Shavuoth To All .
PERRINE CENTER PHARMACY INC.
645 PERRINE AVENUE, PERRINE
PHONE 238-3641
A Happy Shavuoth To All .
CHEZ VENDOME RESTAURANT
700 Biltmore Way, Coral Gables
PHONE 443-4646
A Happy Shavuoth To All .
JONES MIAMI BEACH MOVING & STORAGE
1330 18th Street, Miami Beach Phone 532-3443
A Happy Shavuoth To All
OVERHOLT JEWELERS
7220 Red Road
Crossroad Building
South Miami
Phone 665-2112
A Happy Shavuoth To All
JACK'S CYCLE SHOP
Authorized Dealer
SCHWINN RALEIGN
COLUMBIA BICYCLES
Repairs All Makes
Parking in Rear
Phone 891-8457
651 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami
A Happy Shavuoth To All
MacVICAR-WELLS INC.
3445 North Miami Avenue
Miami, Florida
Phone 573-5414
A Happy Shavuoth To All .
HELEN MILLER FLORIST
Serving All Of Greater Miar<:
5828 S.W. 71st Street, South Miami, Florida
Phone 661-5681 Night 226-6406
A Happy Shavuoth To All .
THE LEMON TREE RESTAURANT AND SUB SHOP
920 71st Street, Miami Beach Phone 866-9103
Now Open Sunday 12 to 8 p.m. With Delivery Service 12-8 p.m.
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
EARL V. WILSON COMPANY
Merchandise Brokers
MIAMI JACKSONVILLE TAMPA ORLANDO
ATLANTA and ALBANY, GEORGIA
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
AL'S SERVICECENTER
Expert General Automotive Repairs
1101 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE: 371-3365
A Happy Shavuoth To All
FINE POTATO CHIP CO.
3435 N.W. 65th St.. Miami
- 691-0231 -
A Happy Shavuoth To All
CARFEL IMPORTS
SUPPLY, INC.
901 Langford Building
121 S E. 1ST STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
358-1346
A Happy Shavuoth To All;
CHINA INN
RESTAURANT
14255 N.W. 7TH AVENUE '
NORTH MIAMI
PHONE: 681-0012
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>
... you descend after a trip thai look about an
and i rent? minutes from Jerusalem.
The itinerar.\ on thesa I-.. la trips varies
slightly; sometimes you stay over in Eilal with
enough time for a swim. We just refueled and
i ; for the Fmall army airport at Sinai, aboi
minutes away Wi fl iw over the Israeli oceu
nrea.t.i.1 with .lord.m "and (hen Saudi Arabia
clearly visible from the plane. We were flying
over a rocky, hilly coast, but on? with consider-
ibl bandy beach The Sinai airport is about 4.500
feel above sea level, and as you approach it you
see the lour high mountain peaks above Santa
Catharina.
This Sinai airport, only about eight months
old, is little used except for ihe occasional sight-
seeing trips to the area and by the Army Air
Force.
. A bus awaits you at the airport for a rough
15-mile trip on a dirt road recently built by the
army. Except for a few stray Bedouins and their
camels, and one or two Bedouin settlements
around an oa>is as you approach Santa Catha-
rina. there i> hardly a sign of life on the road.
Passing only one ear on our trip, I thought that
this was certainly not a trip for a hitchhiker. As
you drivi along, you see a telephone or telegraph
wire running parallel with the road. Inquiring ol
the guide, you find that it is the army's method
of communication with its outposts and the mon-
astery they hadn't gotten around to building
poles.
Kinperor Justinian Fortress
In this entire Sinai area there's a population
I about 8.0U0 Bedouins, about 1,000 of a Euro-
peanized tribe of Jebalia m the monastery area.
Aside from living off the soil, and the small ani-
mals they -hoot or trap, they work for tiie army
1 ina :. ea i .: IL8 a day (a little
' "'' renl oul their camels
a daj ia little
nan
A ,!; in master). ; on see n
ibl stone wall that
l \ ;cs ibfcnM. II is an in-
" iblepii ci of I hitccturc, built against
t in Hi- rising 8.300-fi 11 > :> mountain be
1 it. Buill by the Emperor Justinian in the
5th centurj C.E. to pi iteel hundreds of monks
living in the area, the site [elected was that which
the monks bi lieved to be the p!a< of the burning
bush from Which God spoke to Moses. Its name
was changed from Burning Bu-h to St. Catharina
in the Uth century alter the bones of the martyr
in ere supposed to have been found on the moun-
tain peak next ti Mount Mo-, j,
Letter from Napoleon
Hand-built, Ihe monastery you see Is not
materially different from Justinian's original.
Except today, it is occupied by a do/en or so
caretaker monks, whereas it used to house hun-
dreds, and today still maintains a hostel with a
capacity of 400 beds. The hotel charges about
.-. dollar a night for soldiers: ;< little m
two dollars for other- The entry char-' ;- less
than .")0 cents.
The Santa Catharina Mon.i-ur. .- tl
light of your day's trip, or," of th n men st-
ing, and .-'ill comparatively unknowi I
tractions in all Israel. Today this set
of buildings, and its hi garden, in the mid-
dle of the desert, is one of the oldest buildings in
world in continuous use.
t)ver the \ears, the monk- have accumulated
collection of icons thnt is unsurpassed and a
( oulmiocii mi Huge x-it
A Happy Shavuoth To AlU
ROBERT H. FAUST
All Types of Residential
Industrial & Commercial Roofs
7801 S.W. 48th PI.
Phone 667-9836
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JOHNNIE & MACK
BODY SHOP
"By the Railroad Track"
Painting Color Matching
SEAT COVERS
Body and Fender Repairs
3647 N.W. 36TH STREET
PHONE 633-0181
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FOR BEAUTIFUL PAINTING
DONE REASONABLY
Call
GEORGE RUDISH
945-6918
18510 Atlantic Boulevard
Miami Beach
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HAROLD'S
FLOWER SHOP
Harold Kronqold
and Barbara
2513 Collins Ave.,
Mic->mi Beach
Phone 534-2907
Compliments of
Adolph Lopez
General Sales Manager
FLAMINGO FORD
of Homestead
U.S. 1, N.E. 11th Street
Homestead. Florida
PHONE 247-5112
A. Happy Shavuoth To Al
JONAS AND
CLAIRE BROTMAN
/-
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ALLRITE TV
700-71st St., Miami Beach Phone: 865-8661
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
TNT CHEMICALS, INC.
MANUFACTURERS OF HOUSEHOLD INSECTICIDES
7301 N.W. 77th Street, Miami Phone 887-7445
PORTOFINO
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CURTIS-KAPLAN, INC.
290 N.E. 131ST STREET 652-3960
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HOUSE OF CHEN TONG
1232 N.E. 163rd Strot, North Miami Beach
Phone 945-1722
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
GEORGE LOWD
TF.RING & LATHING CONTRACTORS
4170 S.W. 99th Ave., Miami 221-6672
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Sylvia and Jack Greenberg
COMMERCIAL SEWING MACHINE CO.
2035 N.W. 1st Place, Miami, Florida Phone 573-5314
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
POSTON BRIDGE IRON, INC.
3103 N.W. 20th Street Phone 635-7303
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BILL MILLER COCKTAIL LOUNGE and STEAK HOUSE
3590 N.W. 79th Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 691-9899
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J. T. STEWART MORTGAGE CO., INC.
MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT
Room 300 1st National Bank Bldg., Coral Gables, Fla.
Telephone 443-4671
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LEAR SCHOOL
11211 BISCAYNE BLVD., MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE 893-5351
TO ALL GREETINGS
MILLER DISTRIBUTING CORPORATION
DISTRIBUTOR SERVICE
630C N.W. 77th Court Phone 888-2371
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DUTCH PACKING CO., INC.
4115 N.W. 28TH STREET PHONE: 871-3640
A Happy Shavuolh To All .
KANES MASTERBILT FURNITURE CO.
NATHAN KONIGSBERG, President
5851 N.W. 35th Avenue 633-0542
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ALEX's FOREIGN & DOMESTIC CAR SERVICE
COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE-ACCESSORIES-TIRES-BATTERIES
1327 N.E. 125th St. (Rear) North Miami Phone 891-7955
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ART INSTITUTE OF MIAMI
ART CLASSES ELWIN PORTER, Director
7304 N.E. 2nd Avenue Phone 754-5688
Hours: 9-5 Daily
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CARR SMITH & ASSOCIATES
123 AIMERIA AVE., CORAL GABIES PHONE 444-9883
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
EAST COAST SCRAP METAL
3273 N.W. No. River Drive 634-7744
A Happy Shavuoth To All .
PAUL DAVIS SERVICE STATION AND GARAGE
Automatic Transmission Paint & Body Work
COMPLETE ONE-STOP Carburetor and Tune-Uo
6600 S.W. 62ND AVE., SO. MIAMI 661-6041
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SAUL NEUFELD & ASSOC, INC.
1686 N.E. 123RD STREET, NORTH MIAMI
PHONE 891-3302
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
IEUMAS KNITTING MILLS, INC.
TH = F NEST KNITS
UNDER THE SUN
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ROGER FRENCH CUSTOM TAILORS
Custo", Mode S
7209 S.W. 57th Ct., South A/ >e 667-8768
.'HERE CUSTOMERS SEI R FRIENDS"
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
OF MIAMI, INC.
2391 N.W. 20TH STREET
REX THREE ENGRAVING
PHONE 635-5303
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
CLYDE & NICK'S BARBER SHOP
18340 N.W. 7th Avenue (Next to Frederich's)
Miami, Florida Phone 621-9258
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
CRANDON DRUGS, INC.
500 N.E. 191st St., North Miami Beach, Florida
PHONE: 652-1400
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Friday, June 1, 1973
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EXPANDO TRAILER SALES
NEW AND USED TRAILERS BANK FINANCED
135 N.W. 79th STREET Phone 751 -5084
Complete Shavuoth Menu For The Family
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
SMITH TERMINAL WAREHOUSE and CO.
3535 N.W. 112th Street, Miami
PHONE' 685-0325
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC.
ENNESS GARMENT BUILDING
221 N.W. 1ST COURT, MIAMI
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GOLDEN STRAND HOTEL & VILLAS
17901 CoMins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 947-5661
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
L. GELVAN ENTERPRISES
9990 N.W. 87th Ave., Hialeah Gardens
Telephone 823-3290
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
CENTRAL ROOFING & SUPPLY CO., INC.
SPECIALIZING IN REROOFING & REPAIRS
15701 W. Dixie Hwy., N. Miami Beach 945-2666
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
SEARLE & MORRIS INSURANCE, INC.
All Forrrs cf Insurance
113 Almeria Avenue, Coral Gables Phone 443-2553
A Happy Shavuoth To All .
MARTIN APPLIANCE
SALES & SERVICE, WASHERS, DRYERS & ELECTRIC RANGES
12327 N.E. 6th Ave. REAR Miami, Fla. Phone 895-0382
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
KEYES CITY INSURANCE AGENCY INC.
100 North Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Fla.
Suite 1302 Phone 371-7652
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
DAVIS SANITATION COMPANY
1575 N.E. 205th Street Phone 651-2131
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
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SMITH HAMILTON SHOP, INC.
GRINDING SERVICE
3642 N.W. 37th Ave., Miami, Florida Phone 633-6372
A Happy Shavuoth To All .
DON VOGELSANG DIVISION OFFICE
Mutual of Omaha Ins. Cc. United Benefit Life Ins.
1201 Brickell Avenue Phone 377-4951
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
MR. and MRS.
ALBERT ROSENBERG
and FAMILY
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS
HOFFMAN OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY, INC.
Desks Cabinets Chairs etc.
53 Hialeah Drive, Hialeah, Fla. Phone 888-2479
A Happy Shavuoth To All .
GAIL'S FEMININE APPAREL
1345 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
PHONE: 538-9886
A Happy Shavuoth To All ..
ENFIELD'S
400 N.W. 30th Ave. Ph. 633-1551
By MILDRED G. BELLIN
In the festival of Shavuoth we
find combined the beauties that are
of the earth and those of faith
and spirituality. We decorate our
homes with living green plants and
floral decorations in appreciation
of the eternal miracle of spring-
time. Wc serve young fruits and
vegetables to recall that originally
Shavucth was a festival of the first
harvest, and for the same reason
we have on our tables twin challos
to commemorate the ancient sac-
rifice offering of two loaves baked
SYNOPSIS OF TORAH PORTION
FOR THE HOLIDAY OF SHAVUOTH
Ruth follows behind tne reapers who intentionally drop glean-
ings for her.
"And she went, and came and gleaned in the field after the
reapers."
RUTH: The scroll of Ruth is an idyllic tale describing peace-
ful rural life in Judah during the time of the Judges. It tells the
story of a family from Bethlehem, in a time of famine. The
father, Elimelech, takes his wife, Naomi, and two sons. Hahlon
and Chilon, to the land of Moab. There they remain 10 years.
After Elimelech's death, his sons marry Moabite women. Orpah
and Ruth. The sons die childless and Naomi decides to return
home to Judah.
She tells her daughters-in-law to return to their parents*
home, but Ruth prefers to accompany Naomi to Judah. In their
poverty. Ruth becomes a gleaner after the reapers in the field
of Boaz of the family of Elimelech. her father-in-law; in time.
Boaz takes Ruth to wife. By this marriage, according to the Bib-
lical injunction, the name of the dead is perpetuated, "thai the
name of the dead be not cut off from among his brethren" (Ruin
4:10). Ruth becomes the ancestress of King David, founder of
the Davidic dynasty.
Ruth is portrayed everywhere in the scroll with an aura of
piety and devotion.
A Happy Shavuoth To All .
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Officially Appointed Retailers .
ROLLS-ROYCE BENTLEY MOTOR CARS
BMW MOTOR CARS
"FOR INFORMATION CALL"
C. R. BERRY ROLLS ROYCE INC.
2185 N.W. 27th Avenue Phone 633-6531
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ATLAS ROOFING CO., INC.
All Types of Residential & Industrial Roofs
WE ARE EXPERTS IN LARGE AND SMALL LEAKS
2730 W. 3rd Avenue, Hialeah
Phone 885-1641
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS FROM .
CREDIT BUREAU OF GREATER MIAMI
14701 N.W. 7TH AVENUE, MIAMI
PHONE 685-5911
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CAPT. BILL HAMWAY
New Popeye
Haulover Beach Dock Phones 945-3801 947-3525
A Happy Shavuoth To All .
JIMMY'S PAINTING & DECORATING
INTERIOR EXTERIOR
7155 Rue Notre Dame, Miami Beach, Florida
PHONE: 866-2576
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
RED COACH GRILL
1455 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida
Ph. 379-4008
A Happy Shavuoth To All .
GUARDIAN MORTGAGE & INVESTMENT CORP.
MEL HABER and ARCHIE STRUHL
Security Trust Building, 119 E. Flagler Street 374-1761
A Happy Shavuoth To All .
MIAMI BEACH ANIMAL HOSPITAL
DR. STANLEY WASMAN
1929 Purdy Avenue, Miami Beach 534-2156
from the wheat of the first crop.
The name "Shavuoth" means
weeks, and refers to the weeks
which ended the 9pring growing
season.
But Shavuoth has also a deep re-
ligious significance, for the holi-
day has come to be associated
with the giving oi the Torah on
Mt Sinai. In our homes we reflect
our love for the Torah which is
compared to milk and honey, by
erving dairv foods and honey.
In many Jewish communities
cakes, filled coffee cakes, cookies,
or confections known at Mt. Sinais
are also prepared in tribute to the
Torah. The Mt Sinais may vary,
they may be hard or soft cakas or
cookies, or, a= in Italy, a filled and
frosted wafer, but all of them are
cone-shaped to lepresent the moun-
tain, and have a darker decoration
on top to represent the cloud
which hunt; over Mt. Sinai.
We can prepare them easily by
baking cupcakt ther regular-
sized or tiny, and inverting them
to fi rm the c They cou
b? frosted with white icing to n
resent snow, and ipped with a
of chocolate icing for the cloud;
the while : j J b omitted.
Our menu for Shavuoth this year
incorporates once more the s;
bolic foods which are associated
with the festival. We set our tab!
with bowls of honey and the twin
\ Happy Shavuoth To AH
From
MR. and MRS.
DONALD FARBER
MR. and MRS.
MILTON RICHMOND
Shavuoth Greetings To AH
HERBERT SIEGEL
PAINTING CONTRACTORS
17018 W. DIXIE HIGHWAY
PHONE: 947-6594
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RELIABLE SUPER DRUGS
2170 N.E. T23rd Street
North Miami, Floridda
Phone 893-5252
Shavuoth Greetings To AH
from
J. EUSTER
Shavuoth Greetings To All
DADE UNDERWRITERS
INSURANCE AGENCY
RALPH D. HOLLANDER
901 N.E. 125TH STREET
North Miami 891-6300
Shavuoth Greetings To AH
RALPH HAYES
FLOWER HOUSE
Established Since 1945
9460 Harding Ave., Surfside
866-2056-1206
312 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach-531-0872
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r
Ithalios. Dairy foods are included,
of course.
A delightful but unusual cream
soup is suggested for the first
course, one made with peanut but-
ter. The soup is very rich, and an-
olher cream soup could be substi-
tuted if you preferred. With a main
c< urse of broiled fish, the onions
glazed with ,/jojiey are most appro-
'T.aie, and we have 3lso suggested
an extra-good Luckshon Kugel. The
iv^ad of younq greens in season,
and the dessert of early fruits and
Mt. Sinai cakes completes our
men-j.
Shavuoth Menu
twin challos honey
cre^m of peanut butter soup
wine for kiddush
broiled fish honey-?!azed onions
Luckshon and ch?ese
kugel surprise
s. i rj of young raw vesetabl?s
in season
btraw :id pineapple cup
Mt. -inais coffie
Peanut Butter Soup
i* \\ U. sutler
1 small onion, minced
2 &).-,. all-purpose flour
1 lb:s. "r.inced parsley
Vi cup smocth peanut butter
2 teps. instant parve
chicken-type soup mix
2'/2 cups rich milk, or half milk
and half light cream
-.. it and pepper to taste-
chopped salted peanuts
Melt butter in a two-quart sauce-
pan over medium heat. Add the
oreon and cook until light brown.
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FUNERAL HOME
"CONFIDENCE"
5727 N.W. 17TH AVENUE
PHONE 691-4343
Shavuoth Greetings To All
NORMANDY PLAZA
HOTEL
6979 COLLINS AVENUE
PHONE 866-2701
Shavuoth Greetings To All
SOL MEGDELL
Realtor
6C5 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone 538-8551
Shavuoth Greetings To All
HOWARD JOHNSON'S
A/.OTCR LODGE
E. End of Airport X-way
4000 Alton Rd., Miami Beach
Phone 532-4411
Shavuoth Greetings To All
[RV.'NG L. WEXLER
MUZAK CORP.
Cade, Broward and
rV,C;iroe Counties
531-7341
Shavuoth Greetings To All
From.
BILL
and
HERMAN KALER
Page 7-B
Jewish Holiday of Shavuoth
Begins At Sunset Tuesday
The Jewish holiday of Shavuoth (Festival of'Weeks), which
eomm-moratcs the gift of the Ten Commandments to the Jewish
perrle 0n Mt. Sinai, will begin at sunset Tuesdav. The holidav is
Observed for two day? by Orthodox and Conservative Jews and
for one day by the Reform branch of Judaism.
Origins of the holiday are agricultural as well as religious.
In ancient times it marked the gathering of th? first croos of
the year, usually spring wheat and barley. The Jews of antiquity
would bring flowers and fruits of the season to the svnagogue as
thanks-offerings to God. The religious aspects of th? holiday
were equated with the blossoming of the ethical awareness of
the Jewish people with the gift of the Ten Commandments.
Stir in the flour until bubbling.
Gradually stir in the water. When
:ni sauce is smooth, stir in the
parsley and simmer for five min-
Gradually blend in the pea-
-u! butter. Add the soup mix and
:-;mmer five minutes longer. Add
he milk or milk and cream, and
.;nd repocr to taste. Heat just
boiling point Strain at once
up bowls and garnish with
. sprinkle of chopped peanuts.
"...'::.- e. nount serves fivt,
Hone) Glazed Onions
? cups cooked tiny whit
i li -. butter
4 1sp.-. lemon juice
: i.p. Worchestershin .race
(up huney
salt and pepper to taste
Either fresh onions, peeled and
cooked until tender in boiling
salted water or canned onions may
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MIAMI
- 633-9081 -
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2239 CORAL WAY
(Off 22nd Ave.)
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' 4222 S.W 75th Ave., Miami
Phone 223-1851 or 223-9952
AL 4 JACK ZISMAN
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he used. Drain onions thoroughly
In a 10-inch skillet combine ail re-
mainim; in-rrdients. Bring to a
boil, then simmer for one minute.
Add tiie onions and simmer for 10
minutes. Stir gently from time to
time to coat onions evenly with the
glaze. Place onions in a serving
(ii-h and pour any remaining glaze
over thvm. This amount serves five.
The glaze is also delicious prepami
With sliced cooked carrots.
Luckshon and Cheese Kugel
Surprise
2 cups hot, cooked medium
noodles
2 this, soft butter or margarine
2 well-beaten egga
'1 tbls. sugar
'j pt. dairy sour cream
'- tsp. salt
(onliniuil on Page 8-B
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ELECTRIC, INC.
"Service With Integrity
Since 1935"
6841 S.W. 81st Street
PHONE 661-1900
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Serving North Dade Area
Repairs Rewiring
New Work
Residential Commercial
14801 N.E. 20TH AVENUE
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
947-0375
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Dan Simkin
Galloway Pharmacy
Prescriptions Barton's Candy
Charge Accounts Invited
7035 S.W. 87th Avenue
MIAMI 271-3081
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Licensed and Insured
Complete Building Demolition
and Lanrl Clearing Service
16300 North Miami Avenue
Miami, Florida
Phone 624-7347, 945-7188
Shavuoth Greetings To All
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A Happy Shavuoth To Al
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140 N.E. 119TH STREET
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age 8-B
fJtmtt IfhirS'Jiiain
Friday, Jane 1, -~73
t>4' Qnc-Jjay ^Jllcjltt CZ> Slictrm J-SliciUt \JHust for J ctirisl
( ontlnucd from Page "-is
library \, h manuscripts thai make ii second only
to that of the Vatican in its significance and size.
1; .- teially belbved thai its remoteness is
tiic rea on why the monastery was able to pre-
serve :t- i >asures, whereas similar antiquitii -
were desti lyed in Europe and elsewhere.
Oin> of it- treasures, the oldest known copy
of the Bible, v.as taken to the British Museum
20ft years ago. On one wall arc letters from two
rulers oi disparate hinds, a letter from XapoL-on.
dated 1799. and a 1970 letter from Golda Men.
Informing the mona tery that Israel's customs
rules would be relaxed in favor of the monastery.
Today, the monastery is headed by his Beatitude
Gregorious B.. archbishop of Sinai.
urn of the most unusual sights is what I
can cnly call the Room of Skulls. The skulls of
ail nionk> who die at the monastery are pre-
served. First the body is buried, then dug up
after it's decomposed, when the skull is sopa-
rated from the rest of the skeleton. The skulls
are then placed in what can only be described as
. i of I usands; the other bones are placed in
a different section oi this eerie room.
it ;. I'm i incredible sight, ;i type of me-
'"morial 1 had neuT'ht'aW of before", and which
certainly one will remember. There is only on"
nil skeleton, that of s:. Stephanus, the first
bishop of the monastery. Incidentally, there is
;. caste system in the collection of the skulls.
Those of Hie various bishops are separated from
those of the other monks.
But aside from this, the chanel of the mona-
stery is a beautiful example of early Byzantine art.
Anyone who enjoys the beauties of the ancient
churches and synagogues of Israel. Central Eur-
ope. Italy. Spain and the other countries of Eur-
ope will want to have seen this also.
Sharm el Sheikh
After the trip back to the tiny Sinai airport,
there is a half-hour flight, largely over the Gulf
of Eilat to Sharm el-Sheikh. Here you land on a
truly desert airport, all hard sand. The beach.-:-,
of this strategic army center are really lovely,
uid ;> su m i- i order, exc pt during the co
. inths of January and February,
And if you have a little of the polai beat I
you, you can swim ail year round. Contrary
my expectations, there i~ really no to
Sharm el Sheikh. Excepl for the ;irmy earn?, I
caravans, an.! ;; hotel and reitaurant where you
can 'lave lunch, the town ju-t awaits a deve
mem that will ensue after its political futtu> -
s, tt'ed.
But after visiting it. you can certainly see
tn. strategic importance of the location Th
narrow Strait of Tiran completely controls ,-
auc from the Red Sea and the Gulf of Bilat. It*
being kept open to Israeli shipping is absd.it \
nccessa.-y to the growth and devc-Iorment of t:i^
port of Enat, and the oil it brings to the pipeline -
there that extend into industrial Israel.
For an overall view of the new Israel, and '
potentials, for a lovely swim in beautifully cleat
and warm waters, and for a visit to the ancii
Santa Cathrina Monastery, I can wholehearti
recommend this one-day trip.
C^^onip/ctc J^>/ni\iictn ^/Vlciui J~or J he J-anul\j
Continued from Page 7-1$
] cup fine curd cottage ctioese
1 < up milk
j isp. vanilla extract
*A cup finelv crushed cornilakes
2 tbls, dark biwvn suyar
j tsp. ground cinnamon
2 tbls. melt< .1 butter
additional sour cream
(optional i
Drain the cooked noodles thor-
< i :h!y, ;..i,i sofl butter or mar-
garine, and Stir until it melts. In
a separate bowl neat together the
<^'_-. sugar, soar cream and salt.
Blend in cottage cheese, then milk
and vanilla. Stir tne noodles into
this mixture, and blend gently but
thoroughly Pour into a well-but-
tered round 8x2'a inch baking
dih whiih can be brought to the
table. Hake at 325 for 25 minutes.
Meanwhile, combine the corn-
Hakes Drown sugar, cinnamon and
melted butter. At the end of 25
minutes baking lime, spread the
cornflake mixture evenly over the
surface of the kugel. return to the
nven and bake 20 minutes longer.
Serve hot from the baking dish as
a substitute for potatoes. If you
wish, you may serve additional sour
cream with it. This amount makes
live portions.
For a delicious dessert to serve
hot or cold, increase the sugar in
the kugei from three tablespoons
to about fine-half cup. to taste. Add
one half cup seedless raisins to the
kugel bailer. Hake as directed and
serve with additional sour cream
Most I.uckshon kugels with
cheese do not have milk as an in-
gredient. The one-third cup added
io the batter in this one gives it a
somewhat different texture, more
like that of a custard-type pudding.
In addition, the milk is most ap
propriate tor Shavnoth.
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Friends and Customers
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9770 S.W. 8th Street
Miami
PHONE 226-9381
Shavuclh Greeting, To All
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98C S.W. 8th Street
LOUiS&MARY PLOTKIN
Owners
Phone 379-4442
A Happy Shavuoth To All .
PETER M. LOPEZ
A Happy Shavuoth To All .
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FOR SALES, SERVICE or REPAIRS PHONE 757-0606
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5734 Sunset Drive
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Phone 665-3534
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RUDMA
PICTURE CO.
PAUL W. BOUTILIER
(New Owner)
2328 Po.,ce de Leon Blvd.
Coral "Sables
Phone 443-6262
GREETINGS FROM
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'825 K^r-rr;r,n 01.>r1 * PHONE 379-8997
?317 P<-nrf H* T.on Blvd.
Coral Gables
PHONE 445-6166
\ Haony Si'avuoth To M
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Wholesale Distributors
2337 N.W. 8th Ave.
Miami, Florida
PHONE 634-7261
Shavuoth Greetings To All
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PROVISIONS
2900 N.W. 75th Street
Miami, Fla. 836-4680
New officers of the Greater Miami section. National Coun-
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installation luncheon to gather for a picture. Officers for
1973-74 include (seated) Doris Rich vice president cf ways
and means; Arline Pritcher, vice president of community
services; Arline Zucker, vice president of public affairs;
(standing) Scphie Thaw, treasurei; Betsy Sings., i?::ordi .7
secretary; Mikki Fuiemick, president; Judy Gilbsrr!, vice
president cf membership end Anne Sholdon, cc ding
secretary.
Chairmen of the Hawaiian luau dinner-dance to ba held
Sunday at 7 p.m. by the Barbara Haven Eiscay Coir.'
League cl the Hillcrcst Country Club are (fre-h left) I'
Abner Miller, Mrs. Fred Katzin and Mrs. Arihu
Tickcis ere available to the public; proceeds co io
American Mf.dica! Center at Dsnvei. a nalie
for cancer !vealrnc-nt rematch and education.
Happy Holidays to our Patrons From .
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300 N.E. 71st Street, Miami, Florida
PHONE: 751-8543


Friday, fune 1, 1973
* -fm isti fhrkttan
Page 9-3
UGAl NOTICf
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
OAOE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-2613
FRANK B. DOWLING
Jn RE: Km >.f
JUINNIE MANILOW
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" -Ml Cr and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim* : iit-mumiK Against Said
Estate:
Ynu are heraby notified and ruaulred
l<> preset 11 hums and demands
which you may have against the es-
.....r MINNIE MANILOW deceased
tale <>f I/., i i uiiiy. Florida, to the
Circuit Judsv* of Dade County, and
file the .-.Hi-, -r duplicate and ;,.. nr...
vided In Si-: Mils. Florida stat-
utes in theii rflces in the County
Courthouse Dade County. Florida,
Within six ndar months from the
time of tl first publication hereof,
or the aami v III be bam d,
Piled at M imi, Florida, thi.- 1st dav
( May. A V> '::..
LEW is MANILOW
As Executor
Flral PUl II at ton of this notice on
th. tttl id .if May, l73
JAMES S ROTH
FHOMBEK FROMBEIMi & ROTH,
r a.
A Homes I FTxecutor
H-102 1'- Hulhling
Miami, PI : :.. 331S1
_______ 6/11-1 -:: 6/1__
NO"iC OF ACTION
constructive service
(no property)
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit
of florida. in and for
oaoe county.
civil action no. 73-10^5
general jurisdiction division
action -or dissolution
of marriage
IN HE: Tl m .rringe of
EDWARD CASSELL, Petitioner
and
AIAHIE CAstSELL. Respondent
TO: M VRri i vssell
"7 Street
. City. N'.v.
HEREBY NOTIFIED
for Dissolution of Mar-
Filed against you and
d to serve a copy
defenses, if any, to
467
Nre Vorl
YOU ARE
thai an a
rlaxe hab he
you ar.
your wrlttei
on OAVJl' S
Pelltlnnei
COlll Road. Mu
file Hi.
alloy,. K
IS, 1973;
UGAL NOTICI
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. 10868
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
The marriage of:
BANTU PATANE, husband
.....I
JOSEPHINE PATANE wife
To: JOSEPHINE PATANE
c ii Paul iun let i
:::;-.:-. Klsl St, Apt, :;.!
'.a. n.-. New Vr.rli n:;?-
VOV ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an a lion for Dlssolutl......f Mai-
rluBi has I" n filed against you and
you .11. required to serve a copy of
your written defi i,~i *, it any, to H
on Roberi M. Burns, attorney for Pe-
titioner, who..- address Is 420 l.ll.....In
ltd. Suite 430, Miami Reach. Ha and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court ......r before June
i.".. 11*73: otherwise a default will lie
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in tin- complain) r petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for lour consecutive weeks
in TIIK JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
:i dav of May, 1973.
RICHARD I' DRINKER
As i 'lerk < 'Ircull 'ourl
Datle County, Florida
B) it. M KISSER
At Deputy < lork
(Circuit Court Seal",
ROBERT H. BCRNS
430 Lincoln Rd
Miami I leach. Pin. 688-4451
Attorney for Petitioner
s, 11-18.26 r.'i
LEGAL NOFKl
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-11282
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
JOHN DANIELS
Petll loner
and
I.VNELL DANIELS
Respondent
TO: LYNBLL DANIELS
VO|' ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
lhal ii petition for Dissolution ol your
Vlarriniri lia> been filed and corn-
men >-.i Iii t* i .our: and >oii are re-
quired in serve a copy of your wrlt-
: n defenses If any. to II on Charles
u Herr ill. attorney for Petltl.....r.
whose address is S30| s w 22 Ave
Miami, Flu 3.1143. and file the original
with the .lerk of ti.e above styled
court on or before June IS, 1978; other-
wise a default will he entered attains!
you for the relief prayed for in the
complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEW ISII FI.ORID1AN
WITNESS my hand and the si al ..f
LLGAL S01ICE
UGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 7311538
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE OF SUIT
i \.mi n. IM i, Fiorldu oipoi.
Plaintiff.
said court at Miami Florida
t day of May, 1978
RICHARD P BRINRER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By I. S. Del METRO
As Dcputv Cl.-rk
CHARLES W, HERR III
J891 B.AV. 22 We
Miami. Fin 3314."
Attorney for Petitioner
It il-is-'jr,
tins
r, l
entered 11 t|
manded .
Tl-.is i .
each wi el I I
KTMBLE. attorney tar
*e address is -;... Lin-
tnl Beach, Florida, and
with the clerk of die I
>ui"t on or before June
.- a default w ill be
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. 73-10837
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
f IN RE: THE MARRIAOE OF
it ELIZABETH GREEN
u for the relief de-
oiiiplalnl or petition,
all be publish. once
ur conaecul Ive weeks .
in.I
S \.M OREEN
I'l.: SAM I1REEN
Hesidence unknow
VOl" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dlssolutl......I Mar-
riage has been filed atrainM \<>ti and
you iir. required i<> serve a copy of
iii THE JEW si; FIvORIDIAN
your writ:.
a n.wui
a dcf. uses, if any,
E. STONE, attorn*
I"'.
hand an.! III. senl of
mi. Florida nil this
WITNESS
.said court
8 day of
Rll L\RD I' BRINKER
A> 'Ircull Cnuri
Dud. umy. Florida
. M. KIBSEE
, tut) Clerk
If uli i
DAVID S i:I.E
.v..i Line : '
Miami Ii F -ridn 83180
An. in.-. iiioner
f.:il i.
6/11-
Petltloner, whose address
-.' 6 1
IN THE : RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF Fv-CRiDA IN AND FOR
Z OE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-2388 (Dowlinq)
In RE: V- "f
PABLi !E<
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. Ail '' and All Persons Hav-
ing Clatn Demands Against Paid
You ai notified and required
in pros. claims and .i. mands
which you i I nve against the estate
of PABI FERRO deceased late of
Dade C '.r Florida, lo tile Circuit
Judges D.i'l County, and file the
ame in and as nrovlded in
Section 725.16, I'lnridn Statutes. In
Ih.ir olie; the County Courlhouse HEN'A
t- it
t for
mi N.W.
I-. Sveiiue, Miami Florida, Phone:
33H-I222. and fil.- the orlKlnnl with
Mi. clerk of the nliove slyied court on
or before June 12, 1973; otherwise a
default "'II I., entered against you
for iio relief demanded In the com-
lilainl or iietltlnn.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
ui THE JEW ISII Fl.iiEII'IAX.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said curl at Miami. Florida nn this
2 dit) of Ma). l!'T::.
RICHARD P. BRINKE/I
A* 'lerk, Cln uli t' uri
1 la.!-- i Vun' y Florida
By B. J i'"V
\- ii.i.n > i
li'ir.uii i 'nurt s. ii i
DAVID !' STONE
mi N \V I'.'ih Avenue
Miami. Plot Idll 33128
Attorney for Petitioner
lerk
611-18-26 6 !
la Dad. U ity, Florida, uiiliin sir
calendar l His from ih.- iim of
the first pvbii. atlon hereof, or the
same lll hi .irred.
Filed at Miami, Florida, this ..nth
day Ol Anril t D 1973.
MYRI >: F. ALVAREZ
A- \ iniinislralris
Plrat i.u-' '"''ii of this notice on
the IHIi .i.' May. 1973.
HARRIS S SCRKTN, P.A
Attort > Vdmlnlstrntri*
r.Hi Plot Federal Bldg,
Miami, r.: H ,w M
RCUIT COURT OF THE
H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY)
IN THE CiR
FLEVE\TI
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
OAOE COUNTY.
/-iv/ii -i-TinN NO. 73-10869
GENERAL" JVOTWCTJON D!VISION
ACTION "OR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
THE MAI! : "I- .
.1 \ \| VI \.- 'I II I'1'......'" '
1 ,
pi \ii Re spondi
TO:DIAN isM'OCR
By;
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VOL- ARE
that, an
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>..ii an
your
on .MA IN
my, fin
i -
III; an.i
cli rk
I,el... Jt
fell : WlH
111.
. ill
'
each
in Tl i
WITNEf
said '
:: day i
RICH
\
I
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Dti.n N V
HKitEBY NOTIFIED
, Dissolul.......I >",r-
'.,l ; list you
,1 to serve n co
ni I' '" "
DMAN. '" '
.. .' dres>
. Bln-il with lh'
ityli 'I
nlhei
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. ,i in ill. complnlni

NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-11175
PETITION FOR ADOPTION AND
CHANGE OF NAME
IN RE:
The adoption ol TBREP' A
FAYE HILTON and TERHENCE
HILT" i.N'. minors
Their Stcpfuther
JOSEPH THOMAS PI8HER
He-id. nee I'rfKllOvVII
TO: WILLIE A. HILTON .....
V, ,l ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
I tin t an action for Adoption and
i 'limn:.- of Nami has been iii"i against
you and ou arc required to serve a
corny of your written defense, if any.
i,, |t ..,,: DAVID E STONE nl the
law offlics of STONE ft SOBTCHIN,
ml N.W ISUl Avenue, .Miatn'. Flor-
ida. Phone: 3SS-4222. and file the
ilichiHl with the ci.rl, ..f the nhnve-
i nurt on or In fi June i >,
ihi i vv i-. n d< fault ill be en
mainsi you for the relief tle-
l in the comiduini or petillnn
notice shall be published once
. ;, fur four nnsei-ui h I Wi cks
in THE JEWISH FI-OHIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and Hie seni
of said curt at Miami, Florid......
this T dav of May, 1973
RICHARD < BRINKEH
\ i 'i.i I ClreUll "in''
I i le Count) Fl.....la
Hv : i: .1 FOY
iienut) i'l. rk
H 'ii, nl l 'out Seal)
HAVIIl E STONE
S IBTCHIN
ml \ w 12th A>
Mi.....i Florida
Mtor,,. i. I' """"'..,,., ,.
styl. .1
1973: .
lercd
ma id-
This
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-269
In RE: Estate of
WILI.ARD II. BTEINER
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
io present any claims and demands
which v ou may have ngalnsl the e--
titte of Will.Aim II BTEINER de-
ceased i:......i Dade i nun! y. Fli rids
in the Circuit JudgrK of Dadi Count)
linil file til. sum, in du.die.tie iiinl a*
nrovlded In Section 7:::'. Ifi. Florida
statutes in their offices in the Count.
Courthouse ii I col. Coum v. Florida.
within si\ calendar months from lln
time ..f the first publication hereof in
Ii. same will be barred
Piled :.i Miami, Florida. Ihls :'." da:
>.( April, A 0 197
MARSHALL WOLPER
As l'-- cutor
pirsl publleal Ion of h notice ni
li,. liih day of Mnv, 1973
gp.VRBER. S5EMEL, ROSKIN AND
HKILBRONNER P \
Attorney for Executor
leu \ I llscai 'ie I Enulevard
.Miami. Florida 33132
.-, 11 -1 s ". i: '1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1381
In RE: Estate of
NATHAN LINN,
d.....used.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All cr. ill tors and All Person*
oiir Claims or li.inands Against
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
In i.i, -. ni any claims and demand*
which you may liava againui ihe estate
of NATHAN I.INN'. deceased Inti of
Dade County, Florida, to the Circuit
Judges of Hade County, and file ih.
sain, iii duplicate and as provided 11
Section 733.18, Florida Statutes, h
their offices In the County Courthouse
in Hade County, Florida, within six
calendar months from ihe time of the
first publication hereof, or the nami
will be barred.
l'lle.l at Miami, Fl
da) ..f Anril AD. 1973.
PAl'L MOSKOWITZ
As Executor
First publication of 'Ids notl
ihe lllh .1 > "' May. 1973.
.H iSEI'll .1 i IER8TBN
Vttornej' for Executor
ii .. Spring larden i:.....I
Miami. Floridti
B /11 -18 -: :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1759
In RE: Em.i', ,.f
DYMITR TRI la I WICK
deceased.
NOTICE -ro CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hnv- WILLIAM tl. CI.HVE il
Ing Claims .i Demands Against Bald i'l EVE. Ids wife; Dorothy
Esti... LTVINQSTON and----------
You are hereby notified and required I.IVINtlSTON. h.-i husbauil A.'.NA
to i.r.s.iii nn.. claims and d. mands DAVIS and li.WL- her
which you maj havi ngalnsl the estate husbnnd; LAI'RA M MILLER ,.
of DYMITR TIM'BOWH'Z deceased Ingle woman: IDA V MEALS,
late of i.;oi. County, Florida, to ihe slngh woman: MAI'D
Clrcull Judgei of Dade County, and I WILMR'oHBS anil
file iii,. .-ain. in dupll. ate and a pro- WILMU'tlHBY. her husband'
vlded m Sietion 733.16, Florida Slat- IETTY SCHOENTAO and
uies. in their offices In thi Count)
Courthousi Ii l m.ie County, Florldi
within six calendar months from the
time of ihe first publication hereof,
or th. sain.- w ill be Land.
Filed at Miami. Florida, thl
da) I March, A l> 1973.
SONIA TRI'ROWICZ
As Executrix
Firsi luil.!. aiion .a n,i- notice u
the 11 in da) of Mid I!'73
1 I OYD I- RI'SKIN
Mioiii.v foi Executrix
197 I ineoii, ;;,...,i
Miami Real !.. Florida
r, II-1K-2.-. .; !
S( ll' >ENTA<;. h. r husband;
FIJtRENCE II TOY anil
TOY. h.r husband: WALTER S
MILLER and Mil.1.1 ..
his wife: .....I "ARl >LIN \ M
MILLER and------------------MILLER,
her husbnnd,
i. fen. hi ii U
IN THE COUNTY COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
(Formerly: Cvil Court of Record!
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 11--.194
IIOXD RTREKT RAINWEAR, a
Cew York cot nor;. > ion.
Plaintiff,
fi.oreni i: r.rsTic.
Defi-ndnnl
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY
Tl i I'l i IRENCE l.FSTIC.
:;|e South icean Boulevard
Palm R. aeh, Fieri.in
Yoi' ARE NOTIFIED thai an nc-
i Ion for damages hi been file.I
iculiisl you and you ,i. renuired to
-eiv. a cop) of your writ I.....lefetises
If any. to It on JONAS .1 sniATT-
NER. ESQ., of TALIANOFF AND
BADER, i:s....s Attorneys for Plain-
tiff, whnsi .....Ires is: 4_ l.ini >ln
Road, Miami Bench, Fieri.!... on or be
fore June 23 1973, and fill the origi-
nal with t lie i 'lerk of Ihls f'ourl elthei
lief on n ii ,,n Plaintiff v ,
or linmedlnii ly then ifter; ithi i u Isi
a defaull w i'l '. enter. .1 against > ..n
for the relli I .1. manded in the rum
nl... or ... iiii.>n
WITNESS mv hand and tl Kenl of
this Court nu May 11, 1973
RICHARD IV BRTNKER
As Clerk of ih. -..n, i
Bv: J W III DOERS
As Deput) t'l
I II' S
TAI.IANOPP \\|i ItMtER
. for Plaintiff
1211 Lincoln Road
\i i c. ... Flot Ida !
(Tel. No.: Z:> -7;::7'
B.'ll 5 fi'l-S
\ \ I > VLSO ALL CX K.Nt '\v v
PERSON, HEIRS DEVISERS,
URANTEES ASSICNEES OH VNY
OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMINfi
BY, THRI il'i !H I'NDEH "I!
VOAINST AX> nl" THE VIIOVE
NAMED DEFENIi \NTS WHO
BE DEAD AND NOT KNOW \ i
I lEAD IR A I IVE VNI' A I SI l '.
PNKNOWX PERSON, PARTIES,
'LAIMANTS AND DEFEND WI'S
HAVINfl i III 'I M.-.ll.v.; W V
RUIHT. TITLE I HI INTEREST is
OR TO THE I'l;. H'EliTY INVOIA ED
IV THIS CAI'SE \ND
HEREINAFTER I 'ESCRIBED,
TO: WILLIAM n CI^EVE and
''I !'\T Ids wife.
Washingtoi Id ad
l iradforil v i Hamtmhiri
DOROTHY LlVINfiSTON and
LIVINilSTt >N, her
husband,
Shell,,. Mil III! '
i.ai i: \ m MH,i.i:i:.
o single woman,
247-.'dll Av, nue Wi -l
Heudi rsotit il!>.
Vorlli l ...ol.. ||
it\ \_. mi:ai s iinglu won
-I IT7 McKnlgl t Road
1'ilt'l.uri'l Pi n -..
MAlTi Wild Orc.HBY and
U 'l.l.iil'.:ill:V. her
husband
722 Basl 19-1 '
Aiiarlm. nl No, ',
Houston. Tl \: '
BETTY > H' lENTAfi and
si ii. .i:\t \.;
I
! il ..oil.
Sa hoi iiui i'e ins) Ivnnla
FLORENCE II Tl V and
----------TOY her husband.
Pin. Hill || .III. ^ .. In
K ii in it, I' nnsvlviii ,
w ALTER K, MILLER and
MILLER, hli wife.
3B3fi M He. U.I W.lllle
Slow. Ohio 11221
Yi !' ARK HE IEB> XOT11 1 '
thai n action ;.. ...ui- Title i i I
bi i lug tin folio"
Ituated in 1' "ie County. Fl >r-
Ida, i" w-ii
l.oi r. nod the South Oi II
|..,t :. Bloek P PALOMAR
sriiDIVISION. cording lo Hi
Plai lh. n of, i r......Ii .1 in p
Hook 7 al Page I .Is, f the Pu! -
, lie Re nrd of Ii de Count) Flor-
ida.
hn- been f i acniiisl vou, and u
IN THE CIRCUIT COLeiT OF THE rc renult erv. n cop) your
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL Cl written defensi any, on BURL-
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAr.h
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SEHVICE
(NO P"OPERTN
la<
Said
irldn. this "1st
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 7
IN RE Mnrrlngi I" lw. u
ELBA II Bl'RKK.
Pel Itloni r
and
HI'OH Jl iSEI'll lll'RK E
It. -non.I. nl
TO: HI'OH JOSEPH III RKE
Itesblelice I'nknoH n
Addi I i '.now II
In IN B P \ LI E I 1 SQ1 'IRE, Al
Ini ev foi Plaintiff, 1197 Northwest
7iii Street, Miami Florida 3"12."i, m
i.,ie the 2" da) of June, 1973,
.in.i ri|c thi original with the Clerk
of this i '..in i lo i i In fore servb e
..... Plalntlffl All in. v or iniin. ll
ately thereafter: i herwlse n Default
' wil! be entered you foi the
'relief demanded It PlalnWf* Com-
plaint.
WITNESS ni\ h.mi and official 'I
YOF ARE HEREIN VOTIEIEH :,i Miami. Dade Cunty, Fiorldu II
that nn action for In |n da> of May. IM .
riaiie has lieen filed I (i .-uii c..un Seal
RICHARO I' BRINKER
Clerk of s .id w\
Hi H M K1SSEE
Depui) Clerk
- IK-?.", k 1-S
you ai reituireil '.. serv. copy or
your wrlttei .1. r. i ;:
on C. ROY Eli I'IMENT H
A.- STAI'BER. P.A allot in for IV-
litinner, wl addi.
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,.....tiiiiial will, the NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
above styled "in i I NAME LAW
..-, |ij73 iiiherwisi n del ill Is -...'i'l. K IS HEREBY (IIVE.N
rntered ugali I V>u foi In- relli d the undersigned, desiring In engiUR In
mantled In the romnli i business under tin fictitious name oi
This nolle. II b, I'ii^'1 lied i I' i: JASAN INTERNATIONAL al
each week for four coi ul p > Box int'i, Miami Fl 33191 '<-
In THE JEWISH I'l.-i i- to register s..id name with
nl i -|. rk of ihe Pirct ll Court ol i1 ine
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
N PROBATE
No. 70-3359 (Blanton)
IN RE
CARI ItOSSOW
NOTICe'oF INTENTION TO WAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
eND FINAL DISCHARGE
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-12417
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
HI iz \liFT1l SHAR1 '^ I IN-
and
vi AN RICHARD Fill
TO; t i \N RICHARD Fill,
, i llnwnrd Sir.. t
I i i. *, '. Hassiieliltsetts
VOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
lhal an action fill I n Si lullon I VI. i
, ,.,,.-, has Ii. ii filed agninsl you nnil
mil ;ir, renuired to v..in iv i in......-fenses, If any.
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litlnni r. -ii addn I
ltd Miami Hen I Floi Ida, and fill
Ihe i Iglii: w Ith Ihe clerk of the
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; 1973 otherwise ii default will In
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'A ITNESS ni: Inn
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No. ?:-4078n (C
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11-18-28 1/1
NOTICE Cr ACTION
CONSTRUCT'-.' SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
I-, THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
ELEVENTH JbJ.CIAL CIRCUli
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
NO. 77-1'HO ,,,
GENFRAL lURISCICTION DIVIBI0 I
, ACTION FOR -J'SSOI.UTION
OF MAf'R'AOE
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Page 1C-B
*Jmlsl> fhrkHoin
Friday, June 1, 1973
je] es and Leo Martin (right) of
I r :,rt.r:, >me furnish.
:. Ci. ;; c ::: t\ Katherine
Fui iture I p'a : for
. c .it ol the Mercantile

Significant increases in giving to the 1S73 CJA-IEF have re-
sulted horn campaign activities in the department and re-
tail stores group. Mercantile division ccchairmen Murray
Turetsky (left) merchandise manager of Jac' end George Mover (center) senior vice president and re-
gional manager of Zayre of Florida, present the latest re-
sults to 1973 campaign chairman Harry A. (Hap) Levy.
Mrs. Evelyn Lowe
To Lead Delegates
Mrs. Evelyn Lowe, president of
the Ladies Auxiliary ol the
Murray Solomon Host 243. Jewish
War Veterans, U. S. A., will lead a
delegation to the Department of
Florida's annual Convention of the
Jewish War Veterans, U. S. A., to
... held ;it the Playboy Plata
Hotel, Miami Beach, June 8-10.
The Auxiliary is sponsoring
Mrs. Evelyn Ferdie, for the office
if senior vice i residenl of the
(epartment of Florida for the
year 1973-74.
Mrs. Ferdie, a past president of
the Auxiliary, was treasurer for
even years. She also served as
chaplain and Child Welfare chair-
man and held the offices of
Patriotic Instructor, \m. ricai
an and Aid to Israel chair
man.
A member of the Auxiliary since
Irs. ] erdie is present!)
lioldi '< '1,ni"1
i [the Department of
ida.
Gopmans Establish Annual
Award At B'nai Raphael
.Jewish War Veterans Depart
men! of Florida commander Her-
bert I. Gopman and his wife. Beth.
have established an annual award
at Temple B'nai Raphael for the
Soy and girl who write the besl
ssay on the subject. "What Juda-
sm Means to me as an American.''
Commander Gopman. a past com-
mander of JWV's Col. David Mar-
cus Post 746. made the presenta-
tion to post commander Eli Wrona
during SabSath evening services
last weekend.
Judge Sam Silver (riahl) received the State of Israel Atzmaut
(Independence! Award at the Temple Judea Dinner of State,
held recently under the auspices cl the Israel Bond
Organization. Presenting the award is Rabbi Morrii A.
Kipper, spiritual leader of the temple. An enthusiastic re-
sponse honoring Judge Silver produced a record sale of
S250.0C0 in bonds nearly double last year's total. Judge
Silver, who began his distinguished legal career in Dace
County 37 years ago, was a founder and first president of
Temple Judea. ^______________________
We've got
the nicest 10-day
Caribbean cruises
for you,
and 9 reasons why.
IYour ship is the s.s. Nieuw
Amsterdam, largest liner sailing
regularly from Florida. At 37,000 tons, she's
twice as big as some Florida cruiseships
but carries no more passengers.
2 So you'll have all the room you'd
ever need to experience the grandeur
of this great luxury liner: staircases that
spiral; ceilings that soar; mahogany and
leather lounges; a dining room that's
actually two decks high.
3 You'll have feasts four times a day,
ali included in the fare.
The Nieuw Amsterdam is one of the
i very few cruiseships where you can
t|ip right out of the Lido pool into a full
selection of luncheon delectables right on
' deck. And no plastic plates on this Grand
Lady of the Sea.
5 Staterooms are bigger, more
comfortable. No convertible sofa
beds. No curtail 'here doors should be.
No corners cut or expenses spared to give
/ou a reai home rway from home.
6 You'll have the nicest crew in
cruising and more of them. Almost
t.vir.e as many ns some smaller cruiseships.
7 No need to carry a pocketful of cash
around. You can sign for just about
3verything.
8 You don't have to worry about
tipping either. No gratuities required
9 The islands: Curacao. Grenada. La
Guaira. Guadeloupe. St. Thomas.
St. Maarten and San Juan. The best of the
Caribbean and every side of it too. from
beaches and bargains to sightseeing,
sports, nightclubs and casinos.
10-Day Cruises from Port Everglades to 5
Caribbean and South American ports.
Alternate Monday and Friday departures
all-year long.
The s s Nieuw Amsterdam is re *d in
the Nethi i Is Antilles. For more
infern ation; sj^ )ui tra\ 3
;on.
Mayor Maurice Ferre and member;: of the Miami City Com-
mission help the committee on ecology and beautificat'on
launch their annual 'Clean-Up, Fix-Up, Faint-Up" month,
urging all homeowners to begin c giant spring-cleaning
campaign in May. From left aro Mrs. Betty Waldor, Vice
Mayor Mrs. Rose Gordon, Mayor Ferre and Rev. John P.
Nagy, chairman of the drive. On ladder ere Commissioner
J. L. Plummer (top) and Commissioner Rev. Thsodore Gib-
son.
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We're Dutch and we want ev> 03 perfect.
Holland America Cruises


ty, June 1. 1973
^Jenisfi fhrtdttnn
IEGAL NOTICE
NOIICt UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
: is Herein .;, KS thm
Belli "ii- mum ..i
vm:i er ectric .,-
mi I
i ml lu rriii r khIiI iiunn
lerk hi I In Clrcull i ii'i hi Dude
taunt)', Florida
h \i:\ *;> micii.m:i.sii.\
EON a i:i'sti;iv
lltorue) for I I 11 .. r, t
'-" I ......Ii Rim .1
.Huml I'.i in |i, Klu.
is n i i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that
In- uudernkfued, desiring i,, n_..u. In
u.-iik under the Clt'lli.....- nnmc of
I' III tiilKS Ai CO at Inoii Norih
illami Avi ue, Mluml Flu Intend* i"
>-KlHti-r -.li.i nnme with the- i'Ii rk ni
ho ii' nil i 'ourt Dude <'i.hiii\.
Florida
i.i'llS I' flRANER
:. S3 ll 1-8-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
Dr. Bernard Mandelbaum. f-\ ^i^^SS^kS^^on
mer president of the Jewish The- J NOt,ceNof petition for
ological Srrr.iPciry of America,! ,.KAm?urBEN.N F marriage
. *<*_ i ,i i'''ill- in i,
has bee". p. a mod as the new v*
' ,j ilARYIN ol'EEX,
president c: the Amcica-Israel itrsnontinii
: rii; .mai;\ in i.ni:i:.\
Cultural r nuncation, which s'io- nc i..! avci u,
Aurora. Hilt,
doits th" :.: U:r. throvqh v, an iiwvbj notified thm n Pe
r" 3 iliion for Dinnolution hi Marrliik-'i
tcho!arhipv. end direct qrants *'"< >" '1 v '"'
" in.i! In serve ii i-o|i> ill your An-
tO such rr.ccor beneficiaries as
Page 11-3
IEGAL NOTICl
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAl HOTICE
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. /3-1-M77
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
i v HE: THE m.\i:i;i.\i;k OP
LIZZIE uoI'.I.VKmn
iiml
U ll 1.1 am MIKE ROBINSON
TO; WILLIAM MIKK Roliixsov
RKSIIiEXCE I'XKXCiWN
Vi.r ARK IIKKBin XOTIPIED ti,Ve'..f'jT-SEPirTORTclRELKo" de
lhl" "n "<..... r'" DIhhi.1i.....n of Mar. cenned |Bt( i Dud* County. Klorlilu. '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THf
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-1015
In RK I: .ii.- ,,f
M isepii t< iRT' 'i:i:i.i.' i
In ......I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I o AM Credl ..i hiiiI AM Ft i : ns llnv- i\' RE: THIS MAI
II* iItiiiik r Demand* Ai.--.tn-1 1*11 i,l .l.vtWT l-l'HNTE *
' !t' IMIll
loiian lurch) notified and required ROSA PI'ENTE
" Mi-, i. ii ......ii- mill ii- Miami- 'I''p ROSA PI'ENTE
I H in, I, v u nmj li.iv. ji..--.iin-1 ill, 23| 7Mh 8i
Jucknon i i-
Queen*, N V
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPER p ,
IN THE l,IKv,U.T COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRCl T
OF FLORIOA. IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTV
CIVIL ACTION NO 73.11018
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE

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nil for
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Israel Philharmonic Orches-
tra and tho Bezalel Art Schools
The Found.-ioa has its head-
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V
|IM THE rirlht TOLiRT OF THE
ELEvfeNTn H oiC-i.i CinCUIT
w IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION D'VISION
CASE NO 73-1?364
NOTICE P.Y PUBLICATION
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leiiin l -ii fin Ihi i. lii-l ill in.null 'l I', nil,.....i-,
In i In l'i i ii ion for I HhhoIuIIoii ..i ami
MurrliiB*. .ItiSE UARCIA, Hushaml
II. -in.ml,
each werk for four < '.--. .-m i v. week*
In THE JEM IBM Fl OH1DI w
WITNESS my hand ami the nenl ol
wild "U--t it .Miami. Klurldu on iln-
17 dav of Mny, 1873,
UlCHARU P, DRINKER,
.\s i '|,iU. Clrcull i 'ouri
liail.- fount] I'l'.iiila
Uj i' P ii ipKI AM i
Ah 1" inn i t'li-rk
fClri'iill L'liuri Beull
DAVID i: STONE
"I N W I 111 V vi mi.
Miami Plorfdu 33I2S
An.'in'.', for Pi'llli.....r
R/2S 8/1-8-1T.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU:T
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-17186
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: THE MAURI UIK 'I-
'l" IS (tit> ol ii.. IK73.
IIAI:\i:\ RICHMAN
Aii'.in..\ for Exi'culi ix
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notice .ii | 'I,, i, Mi i d,.|ii.in.il l I'.
or I"-1 i i"ii
Tin.- notln -l,ail i.. i.ui.i:-v. .1 oni i
each w. i-i. rm iY*ui >.i,-'" ui
in THE JEWISH I'l.' iRIDl \N
u l'l'\ ESS ii.-. 'i i-.l inn ii.. -. '
Bald ..in I .ii ,\| ., I
t .i..v of Mnj i'7
NOTICE UNDF.H FICTITIOUS RICHARD I' P.RIXKER
NAME LAW -\- Clerk, ('ll.ull Court
NOTICE IS HEREIIV OIVEN Ihm Dntli- County,
III.- Ulllli'l'slKIII'll ili.-ii'ii': In PUKIiKi U> '" P CtlpEl VXD
i >i i' i ii'!'. iin. r........ii- i ii. Ah i'.i.in. ci of PASKOW REAL ESTATE fCllvull Court S,-:i|i
-'I||'"l.: -l,in\ REAL ESTATE DAVID E STONE
SALES 'l (AIXIXH COI USE ... '"' N'.W -111 WiMiue
n s I' xii III hum-, .\ii..a. i'l i Mluml Florida
Intend ....... -i ikl nnir..- ith Attonii-> loi Petitioner
Mi, C|i
County, Fl
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WITNESS III) ha nil and -.al of
-a'il i '"ii i "ii Mas IT. IT3 .H Mluml,
. FlorUIn
RICHARD P P.RIXKER
i |t-rk of i nvii'i i'"in i
II) C. P. C( >PEI AND
Dt-liUt.i Clerk
11 'in nil i '"iin Belli)
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIIV UIVEN that
lb.- nml. r-imi'il. il'.-irinu I" .nuaiif in
in. -- under Ho fletltloUH mime of
THOMAS "SKIC I'l El H S ASSH-
u CIATES nl 1.1301 ni.-a.\n. Iloulevnrd,
I' your I Xorlh Miami. Florldu InteiiilH m reil-
Pell- | Inter Hihl iiniiu- wii'i |he Clerk of Hit
noli County, Flor-
Ti MR ,n ISE (lAltl IA
T.1 WiiHWorlh 'l'i i'.i.
Aimrtnietil No A-32
W II -liinuliin I l.'i: lit-
New Vork, Ni iv Vork
VOl" ARE HEREIIV NOTIFIED
lluii nil iit'tlon for I lii-M.lui i"n "i Mnr
riant- Iihh heen fil.-il au.iiii-i you and
you are i nuir.il i" rvc u rt|i) of
your wfiii.-i' il.-f. us.-. if hiiv, '" ll
"ii A HE KOSS, attorney for Petition-
er. Hliis.. ail.lr.ss is 101 N \\ I.ili
Avenue .Miami. Florldu. und file the
orlKlnnl iih ih. clerk ..I ihe nbovt
. MCE u.' ,'., I IC*J
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- 11S01
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Tin Vl.-inl ..I
IJIRTON HAI.PRIX
., !
IIAYI E HAI.PRIN
i" II WI.K IIAI PRIN
!::: I Iron-on
I us Alluvion, Ciillfi.ruiii
Voi- \l:i:
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTYi
:n the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circ
of florioa. in and for
dade county.
civil action no. 73-11131
general jurisdiction division
action for dissolution
of marriage
IN RE:
i in t.M \S .n tSEPH I.I I'TI.E
I lll-na nil
III I
>'' EXE II. I.I'I'TI I-:
w
(., VRI.E.VE II I.ITTi E
l!i -iili -" i ..'. n\i it
^""l VRE HEREIIV NOTIFIED
Ihal mi nclloii foi HInmiIuI......' Mur-
III.IH'.in v ITIF'ED rlHB" lia- I"......'..I URiilll
foi DlKHolutl......i' Mar. you are reouirtil i. nerve n ropy ..I
to ll
for
iliat ,*in .1.1
"'-' hits i".n rilttl HK.iitifl >.!! ..!'I your ivrltteii il.i'.n-.-. if uiu
vii iin i..'inii'"l I., m-rve it fo|>) "i on Stanley i: 0.....Imaii ultoi
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nifl MtTOI I i\l i : '. >l"ti L'i'-'i li.'ii'l. i'la.
Miami. Flori.l'. ::.:.'.. ami HI. ........'- THOMAS FIELD
'Inal iiimwer ." "' ..I. a.linu- in the | SHEI.DOv V. LELCHCK
nffli-e "f 'he i'l '!. '' '' '"'"'' Mi"i'i.> lor Amdirnul
mi ..r herore .Inn. .v H'T". V" ,''" i:> \v Flaci. St reel
to do so in.l.nii' 'ii l.v il.-laii'i Miam'. Florida :!31M
n analii-l >"H for Hi- r-li.-V d." '
iirimltd In '' ''' '
a-U-tl for in Ii I', lilfii i I i -' -lul ion
.-. -j:. h i < -1:.
1.....' ivrllteii ii miy. It, it n petitioner, uhtwe iiddrewi ;- 2iii \ SV
IMIRl A III'RXS, ait..in.-\ for p....._,,,| street, Mluml. Florida ::::11T und
III loner, ul..-, ;,.|. ..-- i- Hits City lie n. original iili the elerk ol the
nl yied court otiorberoreJune3.i, Wot: National Hunk I tltlu-. ;:. \v. -i Finn t;,(1, -..i............. ,., i.,i,. i,, .
oiherwiae n defaull u'll he entered ler Hi reel Mluml, Flnrhln 33130, nml -, 1.173. mhci-wlse n default will bo
ikKuliiHl \"tt for lite relief demanded flh Ihe oriel mi I with Ihe clerk "i Ihi entered nuaiiisi you for tin rellel '
in Ihe ttimiilnlnt or iiftllion. nl.ov. niyletl court 011 ." Iiefon ,h.....nandtil In ih 1 molitlnl 1.1 111
Tin- notice .-h.ill he iiubllnheil once jj IH73; otherwUt 11 ii.-fault il i- Thin .....let. si...|| In |tu1>lish>-tl once
flittr.il mmllsl Mm i'.,1 Ho- rellel ili each It'eeK fit r.......ineeutlvu
iiii'l.l in Hie roimiliiiiil or netlllon I In THE .IEWISH '"'"dnl \ V
Tl 1- nollt- Bhiill I., nublinl "H .mi- I IV.VEB8 hand and Ihe .al nf
o-li u'et'k .....0111 .........-i'... ireekxi ,n,| ,,,u,.. ..,, .,. Florida on ihis
In THE JEWISH KU >l;il'IAN. ; tiiy ( J(oy 1973
UIT\|.:SS HI) lian.l :in.l tli. nel of RICHARD P P.RIXKER
.-i'i.I ".itri m Mi'.ini. Florida on Ihb 1 \. t-i, ,1. Circuit ioun
itch week for ftiur coiiHeeutive wevkit
in THE JEWISH I'l.ORIDI.VN.
WITNESS my hand and ihe neul
of mild t-t.iiri a 1 Miami, Florida on
Uii.- 17 day nf Mu.\, 1978,
RICHARD P. IIRTXKBK,
As Clerk, 1 'iii-nit Com 1
I Lul- t 'iiiintt. Florid 1
II) R, K. SHEA
As |tiinii> Clerk
|i in uii 1 '..uii Beal 1
"'? nJi,r,,;';'!:' ,, ,i 1, ,1 ,. IN TRE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE A,.. K, ,ss ,.:s,,, -,,;,;
This Nolle siir.ll l'i oubl's.-'l ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ,. Vu 1. v.
';"',,, Te'*.< '",;;'.'<. I'ti'i-ilivs IN AND F0R ; '">' ". 38183
wekn lii THI .11 u l>ll I-I 1 il.tl ha.n DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA f|,....... ;,, ,
|I^TK'}:11''.'', ':, '."..,'..., ... GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION .\urnw for Petitioner
BICHALI' I I.I.INKI.i. No 73.HS9Q _., ,
ECler'i, Circuit Court
By: C I' 11 H'EI AND
Dentil) Clerk
5/5 1-8-13
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IIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
111- 1- iileatlliiK I-
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-2776
Batnt. -
M, MI'KIIY l.i:i i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cr.'tlit" .11"! All I'.t-s.ii- Iliiv-
illC I lltim* Ol Hi inali.l: Auttins! >:H'i
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toil are In 1 !> m.lili. 'I ami I--
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ihe t-Htnttt ot m wi r.\;\ m.i 1 de- I
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to th- cin-uli .it..i". "i 1 ''"i' "Utiiy.
and f'l. Ill- sain, in tluullcitlc llii'l :i
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MIII x tal-ml." .......ih.- 11 ih- NOTICE OF ACTION
,,. of (h, rt-i onl'l'.-ili.....1-1.....L CONSTRUCTIVE SEPVICE
line will I.. I.ai'.'l INO PROPERTYI
M1,i 1,,,.,'iiL,. I.ii- II ,lat IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
It \|n HI 1!>7: ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Tp I IAN I EFF
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In ll.. Tlie Murriiute 1 If:
.III tl'l'll IIHililNS. ill an.I
DA.VI.IL HIHCINS, hu-La. .1
Tit: DANIEL HKIOIXS (Ci'l.,
1 'omoiio) 1". I!' Infniitry
:st HUE '-'.'li Ini'anii'.v Division
a l'i. si-' :.'.".".; .
Vor ARE HEHEHY notified llutl n. .,., ,,sl.,|
IMiiion f..r Dissolutioti ..f Marriac. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
has lit-ti lil"l ai--ainsl yoU. nml yu | APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
:n-e hereby rcuulretl I" n. n em)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 81355
IN RE: Esla.....I
JAMES W, RICK
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Vn'l'li'i: b liereb) uit.n Dial I hove
I tho of M.iv. |fi7S,
RICH Mill P. IIRINKER
Ah 1 led;. Clrcull Court
li.nl. Comity. Florldu
I'.t R. M Ix'ISSEE
As l>..|.in\ Clt rk
i' iti-ii'i 1 'uurl s. ..Ii
ilERRV A P.CRXS
'""< t'ltt \....."ii1 ll.inl. Illtll!
t'lnml, Florida :".::"
\i lorne) for Pelilloncr
:, is--::, G l-S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3856
in RE: I-:.:,..
THEODORE JOSEPH Ml 'NT 1:1 >KE
Deceit Mil
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I ..ol. County, Florldu
lit II .1 I't'V
A- DcliUI) Clerk
(I'ir. nil 1 "lit 1 Seill 1
RTANI.EV K. a 11'I.MAN
lisS v W 'i-inl Street
Miami Florida 33147 B91-.VJ3I
At lorne) lor Petition, r
.-. I I-In
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-2887
lii RK Entitle of
LILLIAN U IXTER.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cr.iliior.s mid All I', r-on- Hov-
Inu 1'i.iini.- or 11. m.ml- Amiinnl Said
,.f your uiihww '
Hi.. Pel it Ion on the Wife a nllornej m,,| ., f/\lm\ Ke|H>rl and Pel It Ion for To All Cn-ditorn and All Penmnn llnv- icnliue:
KSTKII RiKIKRS, KSU.. tvhone lid- Dintrlbution .....I Final Dlncharae .1- Inn Claim- or Dfiiiiiudn Amtinnl Siiitl I Vou lire henl>) notlfl,tl and retiuired
.h.^s i- H'.l N.W I7lh Avenue, Mj-I Executor of the .-Mil......f JAMES \V. l-Mm. : I.....rettem an) clalim. and demandu
nml Klurldu ::::! :".. nml Rle Ihe '"'.ci rick, ,i, ,-,.,is.-tl: an,I that on Ihe IH Vou art h.-r-hj notified ami rwiulred n-hich vou mu) hint iiKiiinnl Hit en-
niii wiili ihe Clerk of Ihe al..... nlyletl ,|(1, .,, ,iw \;,--; w\\\ i,p|>|y t,, 11>. I to nres.iil not cIiiIiiih nml ili-mnntls tl....., 111.1.IAN VVINTKR ilai^-iuied
iniiii ......r before ihi- '"-' day n! I Honoruble Clrcull JuiIkch < Dude 1 which you in ij I1.111 -' Ihi |:,i. ,.f Dude Couniy. I'l.....lu. i" the
1,..... IH73, or 11 Defaull "ill en County, Florida for uuiirovtil of -..i'l lub "I TUB IH'iRK JUREPH Mo.VT Clri'Ull .linli;. "i Dittle I'ounly, and
Final Re.....1 and t". riintrlhulion and RojtK deceit ,.1 lul,. of Dud,. Conn I v rile Ihe mime i" duidicalt und an nro-
flnul dineharite an Executor of Ihe en- Flor hi, 10 h, Circuit Juihrcn of Dude yldeii In Section 733.H'., Florldu Slal-
lale of iin iilHtve-nitineil decetlenl County, .. 1 Ihe name in dlinlicnle ulen. i" Ihelr offlcen lu Ihe i.'ii'v
i, i-i.l mralnnl you.
11 tTP.11 HiIh it diiy of Mn\ "'."'
RICHARD P IIRINKER
Clerk of ihe Clreu Court
|:v II. .1 I'l'V
Di-iuit) Clerk
r is- -, 1; 1*.
This IT 1I11.V "f May ISI73.
(il'intl .MISSIt 1
HERBERT V. MARVIN
Attorney
TTT N.W, 72ntl Avi
Miami, Florithi
'.'.'. 6/ l-x-l".
NORM A S CIMENT
Co-En. .ulots
Flrnt iiublUiilion of ilii- noli,-,' 01
th, IS tint- ... \L't l:'T-':
IVKH CIMENT W EINSTI'MS ,v
ST.M IHOl:. P A
irin-v for I-: -la 1. "i M Murry
I Off. lie. eased
l.lti.oln Roud
.Miami Hem li. Florida .
.". I s-'!> t> I -^
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREDV fllVEN ihal
the unilcrniKnet!. i|e.*irinc I" cinjaue ...
und. r the ii' iiii"tis mini, ol
P.WfcAMOVNT PIlO.Mi iTIt i.\S a I' '
" Coral ihiMes. I'la. i.'i-ml 0
sdltl num. with ih- Cirri, of
the Circuit Curl "i Dad,- Cmny
Floii.
SVI.V1 \ HRCMMER
DAVID S lilM'MMER
-, 1 I -iv -:. fi'1
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 73-113,'7
ACTION FOR D'SSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RK: THE MAIIIIIAHK K
PEDRO 111 VltSS VIJAL. Ilu-I.aml.
PeiiMoner,
and
Al MCDENA rnARSSAHAL, Wife,
i:.-i...ii.|. in
TO: .Mi' Alinu'lena Ib.irxitblil
RESIDENCE CNKNOW N
YOl" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
1I1.11 mi net Ion for Dlnnolutlon "I Mai'-
n : .a- In
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREDV lilVBN that |
untlemiirnetl, tlenlrluH t" enifaRe in
nml 1- nrovided ii Section 733.1ii. I'loi I Curl house In Dailr Count) Florida.
Ida S"i:.t- in ihelr offlefi i'. th, within nix ciilemlur iiiontli- ii-in Ihe
County Counhoune in Pad, t'l.iiniv. ijnte of Ihe fir-t itublicaliou hereof,
Floritln. ullhia -iv cnleiidnr moullin I t,r Iht -am. will I., hurretl.
i'. 111 Ih, ma. ..f il, lir.-t inil'li. ;i 11..11 Filetl ... Miitnti. Ihi* IT dll) of May.
1.1...1'. or ili. -..in. v. 111 It,' liiir.-.il \ |. |!i7:i
Diiletl ul .Miami. Florldu. 1I.1- !< JOHN HENRY
diiv of Mil) A l!>73. JAMES MICHAEL MILLER
Dorothy .Montr,,-. a- Executor*
A- \. 1 in i tli.-1 l:t 11 i v I'n-I Iiubllclltloll of .Ins llolict
Flml nul'lii'ii......f Ihi* notice on Hit _- -_. 11 tiny of May. IS7I
Ihi iviit da
1 May. I73
hu.....nn under the flcli......- nan,, t.f | \-*"f,M'M,Vtff& K.,...
UII I.IAM E, Sll VER. D.D.S. ul IKtf.fl A.",|u" "eiinoiiei h.kiiiii
North Kendall Drive Ml....... Flu. in- '-.' '.'.'",,'"' ,,",!' .!., -, ,
tend* i" rewlnter kiiI.I mini, with Ihe Slluinl tlemli. 1 orltiii wis.^ ^
I Ri IHKRT li rt Mil
AI lorn, t for Enlnli
\HZi duPom llulltliui!, Miami, F\u
33131 37!. :
:. ::. : I -
Clerk "t the Clrcull Court ..1 iJitde
County, Florida.
WILLIAM Iv SILVER. D D.H., P.A.
s nrber. SSenn I. I.'..-Kin ami
II, ill.rou 11. 1. I'.A
Attoriieys for annlieaiii
l"" N. i:i.-ia\ne linuluvfird
Miami, Kin,
:, ::, 1; i-'-i'.
filed atTiiinnl vou and
,010 ...
ii
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
V. till I-: IS IIKKEIiV filVBX Ihal
rhe underniitmil, denlrfiiR I" pllpruffC In
i.u.-iiie.-- untler Ihe flctlliou* tiatn- "i
Hi: CLEAXIXO .MACIIINi: al Dude
, ..it ar.. 1. uuiretl i" nen 1
lour fiii'-n il.t'-n-e-. ii liny, 1
,11 MIE KoSS. ntlorile) for Petllioliei
,,.!.......|,in .- i- Ifll N.W i"il' Ave-
nue Minor Florida SHP-'S (.:.,--I-J21
1M,I rile !..- iriKlnal willi Ihe clerk of Couniy, Florida Intendn In reKinler
lili.iV.1 si.lnl eoii-t on or befon sni.l name \\ ilh Ihe Clerk "I Ihe Cir-
111,.''". i'."".- oiherwint n default will ttit ruin: <( llnde c.utiiy. Flnridu,
.... ,.,,;,...! nJriiii.M you foi Hie rrllel JOEL H, SELTZER
i|,.nntnde>1 In ih. conmla in 01 net 11 ion ;. n-is-'j:, r. 1
no. nnl let, -1 H*h, '1 on, -
,..,,,.......... ,. ,, ie week* NOTICE UNDEH FICTITIOUS
lu THE JEWISH FI.niHDI.AN. NAME LAW
WITNESS ni) hi..... and Hi. neol of NOTICE IS HERBU^ OIVEN thai
..,i,i ,.,.,|i, m Mluml. Floritln m Ihi*
1.-, liny of May. I!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-2683
in PE: Knit "i
la.MA 1: VHIXOWITZ
a I, 11 1:1:1:Til A RABIN! >WITZ
l>. .,-..1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cf'l..... tl Ml Pel....... I' l Florida
l.iK claim- or De.....ml.- Aiatinnl Hula HERBERT K \T7 DOS I'A
Keintr: Knarlier. / m-i. Itiwklu and
Vnu are herc-b) norlfbil and retiuired Hellbronner. I'A
.- n..... ..-.'iii- nml demnndn Altorney* for imnliriinl
which vu may hove OKnlnnl the en- inn N Hineaym Bnulevanl
1 1...... ii a i:i\t iv, IT/, a 1. :i Miami. Fin _
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS III.mi:'. l YEN that
Ih. umh rnlKin d. tlenll
1.11-111. -- umh 1 '111 .. l'i "-
HERBERT KAT/. D.D.S. at 1"
Ilh Avenil-. Ilia',' ih. I'la llllt ml- to
r.u-i.-l-r mill 1 in.. H 'il. Iht "I, rk "'
th,- Circuli Court of 1. nli Count)
RICH M:it p brinker,
>- Clerk. Clrcull Court
D.-.'le Couniy. l'i .it'.1
B) ,' P. COPEI VXD
\- I'. t>iu v 1 "lei k
Circuit Coui Seal!
IHE KOSS. BSQl'lRE
'Ul N.W. I2lh A'. Ui
Miami Florida S318S
Attor'ne) tor Petitioner
:,'\>-.:. 6/1-1
DERTHA ItABIXI WITZ tl.....!
hit!, of Hi de 1 'ouiit). Floritln i" the
1 ir. tri .in.in. "t 1 Kith County, ami
iili ih.- nunie in duidlcate und as
ortiy nl. .1 ill S" ...... 733.16. I'lori.l.i
Stiitun -. In their offlcen 111 the Coun-
Iv Con, ihoiisi i'l I .ol. Couniy. Flor
Ihe untlt-rnluuetl, denlriiiy ." elimilti In I1I11. ivilltln nix enh-ndnr mouthn from
l.usiiie-- under Ihe flctlliou* name of ihe lime of Ihe flml publication here-
RERNARD TARR, M l> Bl lilXN Me- of. or Ihe name nill he burred
riili.in Avenue, Miami Reach Floritln HAMCEL N RABLNOWITZ
In lend* 10 rt-Klnter Haiti nnmi with Al Executor
ihe clerk of th. Clrcull Court of Find nubllcatlon of this notic on
Dnde County, Florldu. Ihe iv day of May. 11*73
HERN A1111 TARR M I'. P.A, WEIXER, AND WBISKXPEIJ* P.A
Bnarber, Zemel, Ronkin wid JoneDh .1. w.i-enf,-ld
Hellbronner. P.A tuoniet foi Samuel N. Rablnou-lti
Attorney* for appllcanl NTS Colllnj Avjnue
inn N i:.s,..,i i. Boulevard .Mi.mil Beach. Fla.
Miami. Fla. f06) 532-S3S1
.",-'.'. I, I rS-13
3/11-25 /!-*
NOTICE UNDER FICTI 1 tOUS
NAME LAW
\i .'i'Ii 1: IS HEREBY tllVEN tl tl
th. uildernlKUIid. denirilill to eilKUKi :'
i,u-im -- und, r Ih, >uh nnmi nl
Vl.llll i.N Bl'H lINl Hi Re I
, ,,1 RhhiI Mluml lieu, h. Florida li
1,ml to reiii-iet nnid name with Iht
Clerk o 1 iin Clrcull '"""' 1 I'
Couniy, Florida ,,
ji ISE 1: a 1:1 vi >\ H 11 ami
El. ISA RABIM >\ I'll
t.i- ......ts in eoinini.n 1
SHAPIRO. FRIED \\ I.II A SCHI I
Attorneys for JOSE and ELISA
RABiNOVICH
407 Lincoln Road. Suite 10-B
Miami Beach. Florida 33139


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Ifewislh Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday June 1, 1973
Section C
Jewish Movie Mogul Says He
Hasn't Banned Film, Merely
Refused to Buy it for Show
By DAVID NATHAN
Jewish Chronicle New* Service
LONDON As far as Bernard
Delfont is concerned, he has not
banned anything; he has merely
refused to buy something that
was offered to him.
He has been surprised by the
fuss over his decision not to
allow the film, "Hitler The
Last Ten Days" to be shown in
the 260 ABC-EMI chain of
cinemas he controls in Britain.
It should, in fact, be made
clear that the film was never
booked for the whole circuit but,
because of doubts about its com-
mercial potential, was accepted
by the company's film booker for
only five try-out dates.
If it had done well on these
then, in the normal way, it
would have been given a larger
release. It was these five show-
ings that were cancelled by
Delfont after he had seen the
film.
Without a booking on either
the ABC-EMI circuit or in the
Rank-owned cinemas no film can
be expected to make any real
money in Britain. There have
been films such as 'Women In
Love,'' which Rank turned down
and which were subsequently
shown in ABC-EMI cinemas.
But if Rank turns down a film
no one says they are banning it,"
said Delfont.
"In the case of 'Hitler The
Last Ten Days.' I didn't think it
was worth buying. I thought it
was dull, boring and pseudo-
intellectual rubbish.
"I don't know how much my
emotions came into play in mak-
ing the decision but I voiced
an opinion to an MGM executive
after seeing it and I made up
my mind the next morning."
He is surprised at the reaction
caused by his decision
"There was nothing special
about it," he said. -There are
films we have made ourselves
such as 'The Breaking of
& ft ft
CHARGES 'DICTATORSHIP'
Guinness Defends 'Hitler9
LONDON (JTA) Sir Alec
Guinness, the British actor who
portrays Hitler in the film. "Hitler
The Last 10 Days," took issue
here with the Jewish impresario,
Bernard Delfont, who has banned
the film from the 200 movie houses
in the ABC-EMI chain he controls.
Sir Alec said of Delfont's action,
"On the face of it. it looks like
dictatorship." Delfont was sup-
ported by the West German Em-
bassy here.
An Embassy spokesman said, "I
wish the current interest in Hitler
as a subject of entertainment
ft ft

would be exhausted. Other topics
deserve more interest than this
character."
"Hitler The Last 10 Days"
! opened in New York on May 9.
I New York Times film critic Vin-
cent Canby said, "As a historical
j reenactment of the last ten days
in the Berlin bunker. Hitler is
' about as exciting as a high-minded.
I parent-approved comic book about
the adventures of James Watt and
his steam engine."
Variety, the organ of the U. S.
entertainment industry, called the
film "a cinematic disappointment."
Bumbo' which I won't show at
certain levels. There is some-
thing in it which I think is
anti-Churchill and I don't think
the time is right for its general
release."
Delfont was speaking a few
hours before he left for Cannes,
where, at the film festival, a
picture called -Swastika'' is being
shown. He is waiting to see how
that deals with tiie subject before
he reaches an opinion.
"I am not going to ban any film
in which Hitler appears." he said.
"But it must be a film with real
integrity. Otherwise it is ob-
scene."
He agreed that different
people, even different Jews,
would hold different opinions
about the value of 'Hitler The
Last Ten Days." But. he said,
he was not so much worried
about its effect on older people
who had lived through the Hitler
years as on the youngsters who
hadn't.
"It's the 10-year-old boys I'm
worried about." he said. "The
film didn't show the years be-
fore the last ten days. Most of
what you see is a man hunted
and trapped. And a hunted man
becomes a hero in the end.
"I'd much prefer to see the last
years of Hitler. Then we would
have a real insight on how
people can be manipulated in a
dictatorship.
"I haven't been a dictator"
Sir Alec Guiness who played the
role of Hitler is reported to have
called him one. "I have just exer-
cised my right id run my business
in a way that my board think is
right."
He agreed that his circuit
sometimes showed films that
were a long way from being a
quality product
"But people who go to see
'Naughty Knickers'," he said,
"will not put others in gas
chambers as a result. And what
about the good films we show?
Now. of course, as a result of
all this fuss, the film might make
more money than it would have
done. But that's not going to
make me change my mind."
Soviet Chief Tries to Tell Britons
All is Well With Jews in Russia
MANCHESTER 'JTA)
Deputy Mayor Yevgeny Gogolev
Of Leningrad met with represen-
tatives of the local Jewish com-
munity in ihe lord ayora office
May 22 but failed to convince them
that all was well with Jews in
Leningrad and in the Soviet Union
generally. The Russian official and
I cningrad's famed Kirov Ballet
are visiting Manchester as guests
of Lord Mayor Edward Grant and
city council.
But 'the visit has been marred
by repeated confrontations between
the Russians and Jewish and non-
Jewish activists demanding an end
to the mistreatment of Soviet Jews.
lews are particularly incensed over
Pythians Elect Slates
George Gershwin Lodge 196,
Knights of Pythias, and George
Gershwin Benevolent Association,
will hold election of officers for
1973-74 Monday at 7 p.m. at 9301
Collins Ave. A collation will fol
low.
the ouster of Valery Pnnov and his
wife, Galina, from the Kirov com-
pany because they had applied for
Visas to JO to Israel. They also
oontinuallj reminded the Russians
of the Jewish defendants in the
Leningra I hijack trials now sen
ing long prison terns in Soviet
prisons and forced labor camps.
At a press conference May 21.
Gogolev said that. "Valery and
Galina Panov are in their pres-
ent situation because of their
bad behavior and their attempt
to change their nationality." He
said the same thing at his meet-
ing with local Jews May 21 but
failed to molify them.
When he spoke of the contribu-
tions by Jews to the development
of Leningrad, the delegation point-
ed out that Manchester Jews arc
in telephone contact with Jews in
Leningrad and are fully aware af
the harassment suffered by Jews
who apply for exit visas. Gogolev
said at his press conference that
he numbered Jew- among his "best
friends."
A performance of the Kirov Bal-
let here was disrupted May 21 by
i, catcalls and the unfurling
of banners from the balcony by
activists protesting the treatment
of Jews in the Soviet Union.
Police hustled some demonstra
tors out of the hall but others re-
mained and continued to interpret
i the visiting artists with shouted
< demands for justice for Soviet
', Jews.
No arrests were made. The
demonstrations began as soon as
the audience was seated follow-
ing the British national anthem.
About 70 women dressed in
black, members of the "35 Com
mittee," rose in the balcony and
unfurled banners referring to the
Jews imprisoned after the Lenin-
grad hijack trials and the ouster
of Valery and Galina Panov from
the Kirov troupe when they ap-
plied for exit visas.
Gulfstrecrm Chapter Women's American ORT presented
an award to the winner of the singles game in Miami Jai-
Alai as part of their publicity campaign for ORT Day. Mak-
ing the presentation of the trophy to Zulaica, winner of the
game, is Mrs. William B. Belier membership vice president
in charge of the campaign. At left are Mrs. Igor Hershkowitz.
committee member, and Pedro Mir, players manager; com-
mittee member Mrs. John Herzberg is at right.
Among those recently installed as new members of the
board of trustees of Mount Sinai Medical Center are, (from
left) Cal Kovens, Theodore Baumritter, Abel Holtz and Mike
Weintraub. They and Ralph Levitz were elected to one-
year terms on the 77-member board.____________________
AT CORN1 ELI UNIVERSITY
'Culture Shock' Hits
High School Grad
SAN JOSE. Calif. (JTA) -
Something resembling cuttur-
shock has been reported by i
Jewish high school gradu fron
a small town in California in he
first few month- as a freshman a
Cornell University in Ithaca. N.Ti
For Merle Axelrad, the fact tha
there were more Jews in her ( 01
nell dormitory than in all fou
grades of her high school prove.
to be a "definite -"'
from a Reform temple in Sa-
Jose."
Mrs Axelrad described her iro
pressions, many of them rlearl-
negative, of Jewish life in a col
lege community swarming wit
Jewish students, In the Jewis
Community News, the offi ial pu*
lication of the Jewish Federatio-
of San Jose, a ''wlsl.
population of 7,000. She offerw
,omecaustii > Jcw,
ish American Pi =n(
-New York Jews' who lei hei
know they considei d tl nselve
better .!.
She reported she ha Mnedl
atelv become .. are of the hug<
Jewish stud P 'I wheJ
she arrived at Cornell m
Hillel. or a local '
any other p establish
ment" but simply "by lookinj.
anmnd mys If." She stre.....I that
she did nol mean to he im
pression thai her Eellov si i lent
looked Jewish" but rathe:-' I wa
through the Stars of Dai
Chais that seemed
around the necks of everyone I
saw."
She commented that she fell
that she had seen more Jewisl
paraphernalia in my three month
at Cornell than I saw in
13 years in San Jose, includin tn
jewelry parade at temple and Sun-
day school."
Another "constant reminder" was
her Jewish roommate. She wrote
that considering that most Jews
living in Cornell dormitories have
CContinued on Page 9-B
WILLY BRANDT
Brandt Will
Visit Israel
BONN '' NS) Cham
Will} B .1 II ': ; '' uW b go-
ing to Krael "not to negotiati
agreements, but to get firel I
knowledge of the Middle Bas
uation and German-Israeli relations
from Israels point of view "
The first West German chancel-
lor In office to Visit Israel, he said
lie attached considerable import-
ance to the visit which would clear-
ly show, "What both peoples have
in common." He said a lot of work
still has to be done on the "new
basis of understanding."
Government circles have de-
scribed German-Israeli relations as
'normal but with a sr>ccial char-
acter." Brandt said that "a- long
as a state of non-peace exists in
the Mediterranean and the Middle
East peace in Europe cannot be
secured."


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Fries-- Jun* I
Personnel Exehanged By
Chaini Sheba, Mount Sinai
Beth UaviJ Hotting Snn(la> Family Picnic
t; mship of The fi
Beth David Ceagreaatian sill hoW chide ho< d -
S daj from
. .. .. \ 3 tumH
2
m this year of the celebration
he 25th arr.iv,r^ar> of the
tdjaaj of the State of Israel.
at Sinai Medical Center and
"haim Sheba Medical Center in
fj-r.omer brad at- takiCS
- to further strengthen
' r, the two institutions
Mount Sinai and '
* MtdieaJ Center became af-
r institution^ two >ears ago.
ar.d
have

ant di-
n Sheba Med
just con..'
rk with .Mount Sinai,
t visit to Soutl FI
one
ted out I
ii ihel
Center are
respect Both instil lion
fi und , th hat ivei
have expel
t =ame problems, i v n thn
;. tho isand> of
miles apart, hi said. "In a
boi centers are ti acl :": h ispitaL
al ; idled with medical - Ing u- another commoi
bond
Mount Smai serves a- a teaching
hosnitaJ for UniveraRj oi Miam'
cal .School, while the Israeli
tution n affiliated with Tel
Avii University. Dr. Modai ex
led 'hai a number f depart
- of Tel Aviv'a Medical School
. ted on the srounds of the
al Cent. .
Hounl Sinai began in a con
\ rted hotel, he pointed out. while
aim Sheba Medical Center wa-
baaaed in former militar? i
acka wh-re wounded soldier-
brought for treatment It ha
grown to a total of 1.100 beds.
but many of the barrack- are (till
Kir physical facilities are no-
a- modern a- tho*e of Mount
.:."' Dr. Modai -aid. "but th
medical care beins provided i-
lent We al-o have researd
med which hs*. re j
ceivi il world ignition.'*
D Modai sai I ".oat durini
.1" ml Sina hi ha- worked
tdn ii
tral
hit ~ hoi tor

oi the hospil

d
He also I I Sinai -
.
'lopment I Qcia<
l) et-
I Beth David Confirmation
Service Scheduled June 6
l b David hat
at f, p.m
m ii>. the aeeoad maht o*
iioth, in the tYaafague't main
ii!. h i1^)! 1, .'re, A
intor William W. Li i
'an La-.'' :u'-i
and the i
D ting and
and program
1 i confirmandi. who have
studied m the fudaica High School
program jointij ptaaaped l;
IMh David and the Central
.A'.'rn'v f-.|- '-ui-h Education,
writing theil own creative Con-
fimgfloa r I'nm ntaflen instead of
u-im? prepared nMterial. Broadly
thenatd 'IsratJ 25." it include* a
peramal commentary on major
J'-"-i.*h Man and efellb occunn,
during 'he pa-t year
with many >ears of sen-ice."' he
said.
Since there b ttfct private
practice of medicine .n Israe Ekr
Modai aid he aej happS I
opportunity to observe thil
in action on a n:-:!,ar.'J
lanel arc more
ciosely tied with the hospitals in
which they work, he said.
Dr Modai. a 33-year-old native-
born Israeli, has been at Chaini
Sheba Medical Center for seven
years He was. awarded his Ph.D. in
chnickl biochemistry by Jeru-
salem University two years ago
and previously received bis Master
of Science degree from Tel Avh
. mvei
As istani
Me': is primary
pon ihries im
computer
'iff In ad
is ii
f I
de mar h
lonail ; i
luring : said
"I h
I our f.> tne m.ai
future and that such a con* tawing
'.' both -
Alvin Goldberg. 'left director of Mount Sinai Medical Cen-
ter, chcts with Dr. Mcshe Modci. assistant director of the
Chaim Sheba Medical Center in Tel-Hashcmer. Israel. The
two medical centers have a working affiliation and Dr.
Modai is just completing a month's work with administra-
tive executives at Mount Sinai
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Friday, June 1, 1973
+JmMflorM*r
Leonard Zilbert Reelected
President of Men's Club
Leonard Zilbert, Miami Beach Bialoelenki was chosen secretary |
business and civic leader, has been Executive board members se-
reelected president of the Temple lected include Judge Frederick N.
Barad, Joseph Cohen, Stephen H. I
Cypen, Richard Essen, Barton
Goldberg, Sidney Goldman. Peter
Keller, Sam Katz, Miiton Maniber,
Jack Silverman, Dr. Theodore R.
Struhl and Nat Wolf.
Trustees elected include Herbert'
Buchwald, Robert L. Blum, Col.
Duley D. Brodie, Leonard Fried
land. Murray Grossman, Murry
Koretzky, Raymond Mufson, Jr.,!
I J. Rosenstrauch, Harold Sha-
piro, Fred Stein and Michael
Taincs.
Past presidents' advisory board
includes Joseph Abelow, Jules P.
''banning. Benjamin Cypen, Judge
Irving Cypen, Allen Goldberg,
Daniel N. Heller, Hylan H. Kout,
Dr. Herman Mechlowitz, Harold J.
Segal, Judge Herbert S. Shapiro.
Milton Sirkin and Dr. Michael
Sossin.
Page
LtONARD ZILBtRT
Emanu-EI Men's Club. He will be
inducted, together with his in-
coming officers and directors,
during Friday night service at the
Miami Beach congregation by Dr.
Irving Lehrman.
Elected as vice presidents to
serve with Zilbert were Ted Cohen.
M; ron Cohen. Al Davidson. Barton
G ildberg, Sidney Goldman. Elliot
Harris, Howard Hirschtield, Don-
alJ Koren. Murry Koretzky,
Emanuel Mentz, Gershon Miller
and Sam Pascoe.
Treasurer is Bob Bezark. with
Jack Birnbaum as corresponding
tary. Nat Wolf was elected
r^cJrding secretary and Andre
Day Care Program Starts
Next Week At YM-YWHA
A grant from the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women will make it
nossible for the V.M-YWHA of
Greater Miami to offer a day care
program Mondav.
The program, for three- to five-
year olds, will be operated between
the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. j
to meet the needs of working par-
ents. Activities will include swim-
ming instructions, early childhood '
education, arts and crafts, field
trips and Jewish cultural enrich-
ment. Hot meals are provided as
part of the program. For enroll-
ment call the Central "Y."
House Passes
Anniversary
Resolution
TALLAHASSEE The House
this week unanimously passed
House Resolution 2009, honoring
the 25th anniversary of the State
of Israel.
The resolution was drafted by
Rep. Paul Steinberg, of Miami, and
cosponsored by the 22 representa-
tives here in one Dade delegation
and 60 other House members
throughout Florida.
Gov. Rcuhin Askew was sched-
uled to sign the resolution after it
i :i-. I the Senate without a hitch.,
Steinberg said that following the af-
fixing of the governor's signature,
the resolution will be given to Col
Philip Cohen, director of B'nai
B'rith here, and personally pre-
sented to Israel Prime Minister
Golda Meir next week.
According to Steinberg, during
signing ceremonies of the resolu-
tion, Gov. Askew was presented
with a pin commemorating his as \
suming the chairmanship for the i
State of Florida for the United
Suites Committee for Sports for1
Israel.
The resolution marked the pass-i
ing of the quarter-century mark
for the State of Israel which has
become "a home for over a million
and a half refugees" and "a bul-
wark of democracy in the Middle
Past."
Lehrman Day School Adds
Junior High Judaica Dept.
Addition of a Judaica Depart-
ment to the junior high division of
the Lehrman Day School of
JUDGE BARAD
Temple Kmanu-El for the 197374
academic year was announced this
week by Judge Frederick N.
Barad. chairman of the school
board of the Miami Beach congre-
gation.
The new department will enable
students entering junior high
grades (seventh, eighth and ninth)
with little or no prior day school
education to take advantage of
the outstanding programs <>f Jew-
ish and general studies offered by
the Lehrman Day School, lai. esl
Conservative Hebrew day school
i-i Hip South
Aim of the Judaica Department
i- to develop, foster and strengthen
Jewish identity, commitment and
loyalty through an enriched pro-
gram of Jewish studies, Judge
Barad said.
Starting with the seventh grade,
the new classes will parallel the
regular junior high courses, and
will require only normal school
hours. Admission f student, will
be selective, so as to provide I
the enrollment of only such stu-
dents as can derive maximum
benefit from the program.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of
Temple Bmanu-El, will continue
to supervise the school's curricula,
assisted by Dr. Joseph Diamond.
Hebrew consultant, and Mrs Mae
ll. Perlstein, principal of the
l ehman Day School.
Registration is now under way.
Confirmands At
Temple Beth Tov
Conduct Services
Friday evening ;it Temple Beth
Tov. Rabbi Charles Rube! will
address the confirmands who will
conduct the Sabbath servici -
Confirmands are Susan Marsha,
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Irwin
Russell, Elliott William, son of
Cantor and Mrs. Seymour Hinkes.
and Allan Neil, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Goldberg.
David Hinkes. a graduate of the
confirmation class, will deliver the
welcoming address, and the par-
ents will host the Oneg Shabbat
" the conclusion of the ceremonv.
"Gut Vomtow," my friends.irs Shnuuotfe
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1 can(7oz) salmon, flaked
1 pound flounder fillets '.
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1/3 cup dairy sour cream
" 3 tablespoons chili sauce
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[Tucson, Arizona .
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8 portions gefilte fish
1 /4 cup dry bread crumbs or
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1/4 CUP HELLMANN'S/BEST F0003
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1/4 cup gefilte fish liquid
2 carrots, finely shredded
1 egg, beaten
1 teaspoon parsleyjlakes
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1/4 cup dark molasses
1 egg, slightly beaten
!1/4 cups unsifted flour
2 teaspoons baking soda
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 teaspoon ground ginger
1 /2 teaspoon ground clove
1/4 teaspoon salt
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1/2 cup HELLMANN'S/BEST OOD3
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1/2 cup dairy sour cream
2 tablespoons finely chopped
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2 tablespoons snipped parsley
1 tablespoon finely chopped onion
1 tablespoon finely chopped
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1 clove garlic, minced
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David J. Singer
Am Andrews
Gary Gordon
ARN ANDREWS
Arn Christopher, the son of
Mrs. Charli's B. Andrews. 6600 S\V
127th St.. and the late Dr.
Andrews, will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah at Ueth David Congrega-
tion Saturday. June 2.
The celebrant, a student at
Beth David four years, is in
Hebrew grade Dallerl 2. He attends
Palmetto Junior High School,
where he plays first chair with the
lancer band. A 2nd Class Scout
with Troop 502. he also serves as
assistant Scout Patrol Leader.
Arn will be honored at recep-
tions in the temple and at home.
Among the honored miests will be
his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
I.loyd E. Andrews of Naples.
GARY GORDON
Gary Richard, son of Mr. and !
Mrs. William Gordon, will become
Par Mitzvah Saturday. June 2. at
'lemple Emanu-El.
Gary is a student of the Lehr- '
man Day School of Temple Emanu-
El and treasurer of the Student
Council.
The celebrant will be honored
with a Kiddush and a reception at
Temple Emanu-El. His grand-
mother. Mrs. Israel Hoffman, will
altend the event.
tirday morning. June 2.
Following services there will be
a luncheon in the Temple Menorah
Crimson Room.
In honor of the occasion. David
and his family will vacation in
Israel and Europe.
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SOI. GLANTZ
Sol. the son of Mrs. Sally Glanfz.
will be called lo the Torah as a
Bar Mitzvah Saturday, June 2. at
'lemple Beth El. Hollywood, con-
ducting the 11 a.m. worship service'
and reading from the Torah.
The celebrant attends Hallandale '
Middle School, where he is in the
seventh grade.
Mrs. Glantz will sponsor the i
Oneg Shabbat in honer of the '
occasion. Among the guests will
be Sol's maternal grandmother, i
Mrs. Isidore Altman. Mr. and Mrs. '
Robert Altman and their son.
Steven, from Cincinnati. Ohio.
DAVID SINGER
David, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Enrique Sineer. will become a Bar
.Mitzvah at Temple Menorah. Sat-
BOWARO COHEN
Howard Mark, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Merrill Cohen, will be-
come a Bar Mitzvah during the
8:30 a.m. Shabbat services at Beth
Torah congregation Saturdav.
June 2.
Howard attends Beth Torah's
Harold Wolfc Religious School and
is a sixth grade student at High-
land Oaks Elementary School.
Mr. and Mrs. Cohen will sponsor
the Kiddush following the services
and host a reception and' dinner
in honor of the occasion Saturday
evening at the Diplomat Country
Club

DAVID J. SINGER
David J.. the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Singer, will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah during the Shabbat
afternoon services at Beth Torah
Congregation Saturday. June 2.
The celebrant, a seventh grade
student at John F. Kennedy-
Junior High School, attends Beth
Torah's Haro'll W'olk Religious
School, where he is a member of
the Torah Class.
The honored guests sharing in
the festivities will include Mrs
Gladys Wolfson of North Miami
Beach and Jack Singer of Lynn.
Mass.
Morris N. Broad, president of
American Savings and Loan
Association of Florida, has
been appointed to the Commit-
' tee of Land Use and Environ-
ment of the United States Sav-
ings and Loan League. The an-
nouncement was made by
Richard G. Gilbert, president of
the Chicago-based trade or-
ganization of the savings and
loan business.
Mai Fromberg
President-Elect
Of Florida BB
Malcolm H. Fromberg. local at-
torney and civic leader, was in-
stalled as president-elect of the
Florida State Association of B'nai
B'rith Lodges during its 37th
annual convention held in St.
Petersburg last month.
A past president of the BB
Council of South Florida Lodges
and of the Miami Beach Lodge.
Frombci'2 is on the board of gov-
ernors of District Grand Lodge 5
and .serves as district membership
chairman.
Mr Fromberg was also elected
Florida nominee lor the post of
cnnd vice president treasurer of '
District Grand Lodge 5 at the re-
cent convention. Election will be
held at the District convention to
hp he1'! at 'he Carillon Hotel.
June 23 to 26.
Other officers elected to the
State Association are Ben Bush.
St. Petersburg, president; Ira
Catz. Hollywood, first vice pies
'''mt Henry R. Wengrow. Jackson-
ville, second vice president, and
Joseph Murray. Miami, treasurer.
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swimming, sailing, water skiing.
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talent shows, drama workshop,
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School, 1 501 N.E. 62nd St., Ft.
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OPENING September
1973
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United Fund Sets 73
Goal At $7,833,000
The United Fund's 1973 goal
y.a< been set a! S7.833.000, William
president of the United
I!u>Mi~JiMird a.nufcR.
1 liairman of the Board of
Inter National Bank of Miami,
announced. This represents an
8.7 per cent increase ever the
$7.20:^.000 raided in 1972, the
highest increase ever attempted by
the United Fund of Dade County.
The large increase came as a
response to the new federal shar-
ing plans and the resulting cut-
backs in funding of many Dade
County social services. The board
also made several far-reaching
decisions in the redistribution of
funds.
Reports were made to the board
(f directors by Don Shoemaker.
editor of the Miami Herald, who
is chairman of the United Fund's
Research and Planning Division.
hairman Jim Brown. Southern
lell vice presid nt Florida,
The United Fund board of di-
and ), we stow rrr>ncafed 860,900 to ad-
the minister a summer jobs program
has For 1.800 young people and to
vovide an information center to
coordinate the efforts of the Youth
Employment Program. 825.000 of
this money will go to the South
Florida Neighborhood Youth
Group program, and the other
S25.000 to the Board of Public
Instruction to pa> the administra-
tion costs of the summer employ-
ment program. This money is in
response to changes in the Federal
funding picture which eliminated
the Greater Miami Chamber of
Commerce's Teen Klcen Program.
The United Fund board of di-
rectors responded to a request
from the American Red Cross with
S32.000 a special allocation to
Mrs. Weintraub Dedicates
40th Ambulance For Israel
rd by F.dward Grafton. president relieve the flood situation in the]
Mrs. Cilia Weintraub of Miami
Beach has contributed a hit::
an bulanci to the people ol Israel
Ihrou {h the American Red Mag. n
David for Israel.
-
Dedication of the General
Motors vehicle to Israel's official
Red Cross and Civil Defense
service was announced here Wed-
nesday by Samuel Rcinhard of
Miami Beach. Florida state chair-
man of the American Red Magen
David.
Mrs. Weintraub gave the am-
bulance in memory ol her late
L B Maytag, chairman and husband, Bernardo,
resident of Miami-bcssd Na- Th(> u.hic|p a|).ca(h ^ ^
tionat Airlines, was guest of received in Israel and placed in
lonor at a May 24 testimonial service according to David Cole-
dinner sponsored by the United man- President of the Miami
Jewish Appeal's travel agen- '"'f1' chi^r ",f the American
j iV j j j li(l1 Magen David,
nes and allied trades division
in New York. More than 100 in-
'-*" loi^prq attended.
of Ferendino, Grafton. Spillis.
Candida, chairman of the United
Fund's Agency Operations Com-
ttee.
Their reports revealed that im-
rti nt federal funding to vital
community services bad been
Iramatically curtailed. Because of
Central Southern >tates.
The final action by the board
following recommendations by Dr.
L. Thomas Carroll, program di-
rector of the Comprehensive Drug
Program, allocated M00.000 to six
drug rehabilitation centers
Switchboard of Miami: Genesis
Singers Needed
For Choir \nd
(loneert Recital
e
The Marehbein Marbiny Harmony
this, the United Fund will respond House; The Village South: Here's Choir, under the direction of
in 1974 with S270.000 in new Help; Drug Education Center; and Professor H. Marchbein-Marbiny,
new
{rants and allocations to continue
1hc services Of these agencies.
Included in this sum is a S35.000
ation to Los Viejos Utlles as
new United Fund agency and a
$80,000 allocation to The Seed,
r.rug rehabilitation program, ac-
spectrum programs. Another
S25.000 was allocated to the Dade
County Comprehensive Drug Pro-
gram.
All these drug rehabilitation
orograms arc part of the United
Fund's S185.000 effort to combat
cording to 1973 general campaign Dade County's drug problem.
Sy Rosen New President Of
Beth Torah Congregation
Rosen was elected to the lly Katz, Irving Kuttler. Harold
1 sidene> of Beth Torah Congre- Monuse. Mrs Ewald Zifi'er. Eugene
iation at a May 8 general mem- Lipman. Abe Schorr and Al Kauf
man. vice presidents: David Mison-j
/nick, treasurer: Harvey Baxter, .
financial secretary: Mrs. Joseph
Golden, recording secretary, and
Mrs. Sally Zwemer, corresponding
secretary.
Among trustees are Marshall
Baltuch, Ben Feinberg, Frank
Hornstein, Dr. Bruce Julien, Ben
Karp, Robert Lipof. Marty Martin.
Nat Ostrov, Dr, Morton Reiss,
Morris Schonwetter, Saul Schrei-
ber, N'eil Shteir N'at Siesser, Hon
A-thur Snyder. Rhoda Stein, Wil-
liam Stem. 1 lt( 1 Stver k] Mitch
ell Weiser, Hon. Arthur Winton,
and Edward rt'olis.
Installation ol the slate will be
held on Sunday, June 10, at 8:30
p.m. in the t< mple sanctuary, fol-
lowed by a champagne and Vien- |
iese ci ffee hour,
former assistant musical conductor
to Toscanini and star tenor of
Italy's La Scala Opera, is now
rehearsing in preparation for
musical productions to be given 1
in early fall, and for several con- j
certs to be presented in the near I
future.
Rehearsals are held each Thurs-
day from 7 to 9 p.m.. in Room 127.
Ida M. Fisher School. 1424 Drcxel
Avc. Miami Beach.
Sopranos, altos, mezzos, tenors,
baritones and bassos are urged to
join: there is no charge for being
a member of the choir.
Classes are also held on Tues-
days, same time and place.
II was the 40th ambulance con-
tributed to the people of Israel
through the Magen David from
Florida since the Six-Day War of
June, 1967. Mr. Rcinhard said.
Confirmation Scheduled At
Temple Beth El, Hollywood
The observance of Shavuoth at
Temple Beth El, Hollywood, will
begin with services Tuesday at t!
p.m., when confirmation will be
held. Dr. Samuel Z. .laffe will
charge the confirmands,
This year's confirmands arc
Stephen (;. Blank. Robbie Burn
stine. Ross 15. Dickstein, Michael
S Eckcr, Susan B. Efros, Susan L.
Eggnatz, Karen A, Firestone, Jan-
ice M Frecdman, .loan M, Freed-1
man, Barbara A, Friedman, Robert
A Canon. Cathy L. Cordon, Shar-
on J. Kronish, Steven J. Levy, Amy
s. Litman, Julie L, Marks. Laura
A. May, Harold 1-. Mazzarino, Deb-
ra Roth. Myra L. Schwartz, Pa
trieia L. Shafran. Seth M. Sha-
pero, Warren M. Sturman, Michcle
l. Weiss, and Joanne Wormser
I'M B.B. CATCH ME!
M DOG TRACK
SY ROSIN
bership meeting, Mr, Rosen, who
as Si as ( xecutive vice pres-
ident during the past year, has
held almost every other office on
the roster, He is president of
Monarch Pharmaceutical, Inc.
Officers who will serve with
during the coming season
are:
Hadassah Group
Sets Installation
The newly organized Natanya
Group of Hadassah will hold its
iti< n meeting Sunday at 8
I m. in the Winston 'lowers 100.
llollie Lipsky.
Ann Greif, program chairman,
. ;i introduce the musical pro-
,r the evening featuring
therine Russell ac-
n > pianist Aida
slo.
I jeman will be guest
stall tht slate of I
sajfeaqi 03i9UtOM
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Friday, June 1, 1S/J
MRS. ROY WtiSMELD
Karole Kurt an
Roy Weisenleld
Wed May 7

The former Karole K .
Roy S. Weisenfeld exchai
riage vows un Monday. May 7.
in the North Bay Road home ef
the bride's uncle and aunt. Mr
and Mrs. Howard Grove.
Judge Charles Gertler per-
formed the evening ceremony
which was followed by i. dinner
in the Mona Li=a Room of the
n Rcc Hotel.
The new Mrs. Weisenfeld is the
daughter of Bernard Karlan of
New Rochelle. \. Y.. and the late
Muriel Richter Karlan. Esq. Par
ents of the bridegroom are Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Weisenfeld of j
Brooklyn. N. Y.
For her wedding, the bride wor?
; floor lngth gown of soft white
crepe with floral print styled in
the empire fashion and carried
a nosegay of pink roses and white
daisies. She was attended by her
sister Sandy Karlan. maid of honor.
Best man was Mitchell Lebe.
Educated in Miami and New
York City, the bride earned a B.S.
degree from Mills College of Ed-
ucation and an .MA. degree from
Columbia University. She also
attended the University of Miami
and Sorbonne University in Paris,
A former school teacher and
travel consultant, she is a member
of the National Organization of
Women, Delta Phi Epsilon Soror-
ity and the Art Students League.
The bridegroom, who is known
professionally as Roy Whitfield, is
Metropolitan editor and news-
caster at WPIX/TV in New York
City. He has a B.S. degree in
communications from New York
University.
Guests at the nuptials included
the bride's uncle, Harvey Richter
of Miami Beach and New York.
Miss Maureen Cortell of New
York. Mrs. Jean C. Lehman and
Mrs. Charles Gertler.
Following the wedding, the
couple spent a week at the Sonesta
Hotel on Key Biscayne. They plan
an extended honeymoon in Europe
this summer.
New address for the newlyweds
;00 East 40th St.. New York
Xuptials Unite
Judith Yesner
S. Sandy Saka
Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Yesner
have announced tne marriage of
their dauahter. Judith Marcia. to
S. Sandy Saka. s0r of Mrs. Joseph
Saka. on Sunday. May 20.
Held in Tempi; Judea. which
was decorated with white roses
and red carnations, the ceremony
was conducted by Rabbi Morris
Kipper assisted by Cantor Rita
Shore.
Fcr her wedding, the bride wore
i floor length gown of white silk
trimmed in French lace
beading. I: f atured a high
and -'.' sleeves ending
n a ] tlu hand, A finger
of French tulle was held
:ap which matched the
and she d an arrange-
i white r&>' -
attendants included
and Lynne Sadler
Melaver serving as
girl.
my Saka served as his
3101 hers best man; ushers were
/ictor Saka. David Saka. Alan
i'esner and Robert Farrow. Ring
>earer v.as the groom's brother.
Jimmy Saka.
Following a reception and dinner
leld in the temple social hall, the
ewlyweds left for a wedding trig
o Acapulco. They will make their
lome on Miami Beach.
Youth With Drug Problem
Urged To Call 'Here's Help'
Greater Miami youth who are
having problems related to drugs
ire invited to contact Here's Help,
15950 NW 7t7h Ave.. which
offers individual consultation, and
pledges to keep all information
confidential.
A social worker is available to
those who have any type of prob-
lem which seems insoluble. Pri-
marily a drug rehabilitation
:enter Here's Help, is dedicated
;o helping the community and aid-
"e tho=e in trouble.
MRS. S. SANDY SAKA
MRS. SAMUEL ROSENSTRAUCH
Dianne Stahl Marries
Samuel Rosenstrauch
The former Dianne Stahl and
Samuel Rosenstrauch exchanged
marriage vows on Sunday. May 20
at the Eden Roc Hotel. Rabbi
Norman Shapiro officiated at the
ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey H. Stahl.
7105 SW 110th Terr. Parents of
the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Rosenstrauch, 14612 NW
13th Rd.
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Rita Lynn Winick
Dr. Morris Cohen
Married May 19
Rita Lynn Winick and Dr.
Morris Cohen were united in mar-
riage in a ceremony held Saturday
evening. May 19. at the Sheraton-
Four Ambassadors with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating.
The bride's gown was an
original design of white silk or-
ganza and French peau d'ange lace.
The fitted bodice featured a high
Mandarin neckline and long point-
on-hand sleeves, richly beaded. The
A-line skirt embellished with lace
and pearls fell into a long
Cathedral train. Her elbow length
veil of illusion lace swept from a
headpiece especially designed to
match the gown.
The bride's sister-in-law. Linda
Winick. was matron of honor.
Bridesmaid.- were the bride's
cousins, Judi Mate and Sharon
Lefberg; the groom's sister, Debra
Cohen, and friends Alicia Groves
and Cheryl Valcour.
The groom's brother. Mitchell
Cohen, was best man and the
ushers w re friends. Dr. Gerard
Barrios, Dr. Stanley Cohen, Dr.
Jerc Creed. Dr, Steven Julien, and
the bride's brother, Sheldon
Winick.
The newly-marrieds are building
their future home in Coral Springs.
Marta Turner To Marry
Arthur Diamond June 14
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall W. Turner
of Crystal Beach announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Marta Fietla, to Arthur David
Diamond, son of long-time Israel
Bond Organization employee Mrs.
Betty Diamond Peyton of 1130
11th St.. Miami Beach, and the late
Herman Diamond.
Miss Turner, a Psychology major
at the University of Florida, and
her fiance, who is majoring in
Earth Sciences there, plan to be
married June 14 in Tampa.
MRS. MORRIS COHEN
Archive Collection Willed
To Dropsie U. By Goldberg
PHI! ADfLPHIA The re-
markabh 30 vear archive collection
of the l.-.t B. Z. Goldberg dealing
with contributions of Jews to the
'' i' m vement in the United
Strtc hi; b?en b?queathed to
Dr? wie University here. The ar-
chives wi'l enrich the vast collec-
tion of American Jewish history in
the library and at th? pa&-graduate
university.
The son-in-law of Sholom Alei-
chem. Mr. Goldberg, who passed
away earner mis year was widely
known as author and journalist
whose by-lined columns appeared
regularly in the Anglo-Jewish, Yid-
dish and general press. His collec-
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newspaper rPppings. magazine ar-
ticles, speeches and other mem-
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personal memoirs, activities and
programs of those Jews who par-
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the United States. Russia and
in Israel.
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y
Jtnitt HvridHairi
AEPhi To Hold 21st Convention Here June 16-21
"All Keyed Up for Key Biscayne'
is the theme of Alpha Epsilon
Phi's 21st national convention
sJ-ated for the Sonesta Beach Hotel
June 16-21.
Undergraduate members and
alumnae from all over the country
w;ll attend business sessions and
uch diverse leisure-time activi-
ties as a water show and the "In

the Right Key" sing night when
chapters comr^tj for trophies bv
performing tncii tavorite sororitv
songs.
One of the highlights of the
week will be a leadership train-
ing school for undergraduate, con-
Jucted by Marjone .-brams, assist-
ant dean oi student per.-onncl at
the University of .Miami, and her
staff.
Barry Siegel, former executive
director of Zeta Beta Tau frater-
nity and now a resident of Miami,
will be a guest speaker.
The national president, Mrs. Nor-
man Brown, of Coral Gables and
the convention chairman, Mrs.
Monnie 1. Lusky, Jr., of Nashville,
Tenn.. are being assisted by Mrs.
Mrs. Jerome llalpern. Mrs. Candace
Philip Pallot. Mrs. O. B. Graham,
Gray and Mrs. Fred Ober.
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Alpha Epsilon Phi was founded
in 1909 at Bam..rd College. During
the ensuing -ears, alumnae ami
undergraduates have joined forces
in many civic and campus philan-
tro;/hies. i he current Arrow proj
ect was conceives to a'.d the Amer-
ican Indian with scholarships,
books, and playground equipment
on various reservations.
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Jack Kassewitz Speaker
At South Dade Academy
. Kassewitz, chairman of the
F Regional Board of the
famation League of B'nai
JACK KASStWITZ
B'rifh, will be the principal
speaker at the second annual din-
ner and dance of the South Dade
1 >rew Academy Sunday night at
the Eden Roc Hotel.
Mr. Kassewitz, chief editorial
writer of The Miami News, has
frequent visitor to Israel
and is active in the Jewish com-
munity.
Announcement of his acceptance
was made by Dr. Mclvyn Green-
itein, president of the branch of
the Greater Miami Hebrew Acad-
emy which is a beneficiary agency
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration as is the parent school.
Sylvia I Mrs. Morry i Fox is gen-
eral chairman of the dinner and
dance which will honor Rabbi
Ralph Glixman, founder of the
South Dade Hebrew Academy.
Rabbi David Lehrfleld of Kne
seth Israel Congregation will offer
the invocation and Cantor Abra-
ham Seif. also of Kneseth Israel,
will provide musical entertain-
ment.
An original cantata will be pre-
sented by students under the
direction of Krwin B. Marshall,
director of the Hebrew depart-
ment. Dior Zadok heads the
Hebrew department.
Dr. Irwin Roth will serve as
teastmaster and Arthur Roth as
co-chairman of the Sunday event,
Mrs. Fox said.
JWV Auxiliaries'
Calendar For Week
Activities of D.ide and Broward '
Countj Auxiliaries for this coming
week are:
Korman Bruce Brown 174: Reg-
ular business meeting Tuesday ai
8:15 p.m., 4(i0l W. Flagler St.
Fther Jacobs, president, will .pre.
ide. Volunteers will serve at
naturalization proceedings of new
citizens at Bayfront Park Audi
torium Wednesday.
West Miami 223: A regular bust-
9
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L-M Citizens Beard
Installs Bill Miller
ness meeting will be held on
Thursday evening. June 7. at the
home of Goldie Tesslcr. 7035 SW
19th Terr. President Natalie
Rosenberg will preside.
Murray Solomon 243: Visit to
Sunland Training Center Sunday.
Tuesday evening president Evelyn
Lowe will preside at a regular
business meeting held at Temple
Zamora,
Miami Beach 339: A testimonial
luncheon in honor of their imme-
diate past auxiliary president
Bessie Gibber will he held on
Sunday at the Cadillac Hotel.
Wednesday members will assist at
the naturalization of new citizens
at Bayfront Park Auditorium.
Thursday evening, president Pearl
Herman will preside at a business
meeting held at the American
Legion Hall. 1819 Alton Rd..
Miami Beach.
B. E. (Bill) .Miller, president
ard chairman of the board of
First Florida Building Corp., has
STANltY AKKIN
' instal i : presid( il of the
itj of Mi in i's Citizi ns
a j f l)ii in.'
I that aids the
Stanlej 11 Arkin, vice presidi nl
:- kin Bi Iding I orp. and Cit-
Board (CB) campaign chair-
man, reported at the luncheon
meeting that the CB raised more
than SI.350.000 this past year from
local individuals, corporations and
foundations, surpassing its goal by
some S600.000. Since 1946, the
Citizens Board has raised in excess
of S19 million.
Mr. Miller, who served last year
as vice president and has been a
campaign chairman, is a graduate
of Northwestern University. A vice
president of Shafcr & Miller. Inc..
president of Franklin Savings and
Loan Association of Miami, direc-
tor nl United National Bank of
Dadelai d, and developer of the
condominium complex. Palm
Beach Heritage Square, he is also
pact chairman of the Florida
Chapter ci the Youm; President's
Organization, and member of the
Associated General Contractors ot
America.
Emil 1. Gould, president of
Housin \ Engineers of Florida
Inc.. an : i it oing president of the
Citizens Board, who pre ided at
he meeting, credited the success
ni the recent campaign to Mr.
d cochairmen Man L.
lifl retired industrialist:
1 Lorie, Jr., president.
Twin Lakes Development Corp.,
' art* r T Saxon, president. John
& Sen. Inc and l'od
Tiemeyer, staff director, Citizens
Board, for being the motivating
forces in the campaign.
Xorton V-P Elected By
Tire Dealers Association
Veteran tire man. Howard M.
Katzen, vice president of Norton
lire Company, has been elected
it of the Independent Tire
Dealers and Retreaders Associa-
i n Florida.
The 1TDRA. affiliated with the
national association, is composed
i o'er 2)0 Florida tire dealers
i n suppliers, joined together for
i protection of interests in
Fieri la. The election was held
May 12th during their 6th annual
nvention in Orlando,
Katzi n -' ii I '. with Norton
' i mpany 18 years ago, upon
I niversity of
where he received his
ree. He is present!)
on the Dealt r Advisoi s
.' Bandag, Reynolds and
the di any.
'fir (
J t indepi di it i i lealer in
Florida, is one of th nation'
largest B.F. Goodrich distributors
In addition tney are also distrib-
utors for Michelin and Dunlop
tires Serving the South Florida
area since 1924 (over 48 years).
they presently have 21 retail out
lets with two new stores under
Construction and scheduled to open
this year.
SOME 33 Fast Jerusalem hoiel
men were among (he delegates
meeting in Netanya at the two-
day convention of the Israel
Hoteliers Association. The 190
v| keepers represent 380
hotels, with a total of 23.600
rooms (including 4,ooo rooms in
IS hotels still under construc-
tion i.
Four Freedoms 402: Volunteer
Rae Feinstein will shop for 12th
floor patients on Thursday while
Bea Schaeffer works in the VA
Hospital's record room. Other vol-
unteers will visit with the resi-
dents of the Hebrew Home for the
Aged.
Victor B. Frerdman 613: Will
hold their last meeting of the
season Wednesday noon at the
Home Federal Bank Bldg. of Hal
landale. Rose Hecht. president,
will preside. Malvina V. Freeman
will review "The Odessa Files" by
Forsythe.
North Shore 677: Tuesday Hilda
; Hauser will work in the dental
clinic. Ruth Stark at Admissions
and Hospital chairman Sara Young
will service telecart. Wednesday
i volunteers will assist at the
| naturalization ceremony of new
citizens at Bayfront Park,
Hialeah Miami Springs 681: Will
hold their monthly business meet-
ing; at 9:30 a.m. Sunday at Temple
Tifereth Jacob. President Eve dc
Youne will preside.
Point East 698: Will be in
ge of the Complex' Boutique
Shop Monday. Wednesday, hos-
I chairman Irene Seigel and
imittee will service telecart
: Veterans Hospital.
Harry II. Cohen 723 Surfside Bay
Harbor: Games Party for residents
of the Hebrew Home for the Aged
will be chaired by Ruth Frank
Sunday from 1 to 3 p.m. Telecart
at the Veterans Hospital will be
it rviced by hospital chairman Mrs.
Ruth Spiegel.
Coionel Da'id Marcus 746: Will
. a board meeting at 8:15 p m.
Wednesday, in the Financial Fed-
eral Bldg., 183rd St. and NW 7th
Ave., President Florence Wrona
will preside.
South Dade 778: Volunteers
Evelyn Clein, Patti. Charlotte
W'idlan will visit the Homestead
Air Force Base Hospital to serve
refreshments to patients and their
! visiting guests, and the staff on
duty, including people in the
emergency room, Thursday eve-
I ning, June 7.
Art Forum Meetings
Features Guest Artists
The monthly art forum, spon-
sored by the Miami Beach Arl
, has scheduled a meeting for
Friday. June 3, at 8 p.m. at the
Washington Federal, 1234 Wash
ingtnn Ave. Program will feature
Rafel Consuegra, instructor of
hire and ceramics at Barrj
W hose lopie will be "Ce-
ramics age-old Art.''
Tuesday, June 12. at 7 p.m. in
thi .Miami Beach Public Librarv
ihiele, art teacher at Mi
ami-Dade Communit) College will
ppeak on "Fine Art of Florida
Artist.-.."'
yi
j i
w
n
With
ISABEL CMOVK
\ surprise shower and brunch given for Esther Jean 8 II
ol Miami Sunday. May 20. at the home of her Hi
Mrs. Edward Suss, I Ohosts were Roi Suss and Sandy Van.
bride-elect's fiance is Dr. Stanlej Lee, son of Dr. and Mrs. Cecil
l.ee ol Dublin where the couple visited in March The wedding
will be held July 8 in Baltimore, Esther's home town. Second big
surprise at the shower was the presence of the mother of the
bride-to be, Mrs. Leonard Shear of Baltimore, and her sister-in-
law. Mrs. Edward Shear of Silver Springs, Md. Among gut i -
were Sand) Karlan, Elaine Heveran, Phyllis Raab. and Esther's
aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rosen of Miami Beach.
After the Dr. Lees marry, they will make their bom:' in Miami.

A new name, and being first in funds raised for cancer re.
search among 50 chapters of the American Medical Cento.' at
Denver, inspired the farmer Biscayne Cancer League to
break out with their own rousing interpretation o! 'he musical,
"Cabaret.'' May 17 at the Eden Roc Hotel. The donor affair also
honared the group's women of distinction who had each raised
$2,000 in the past two years. New name for the chapt?r is the
Barbara Haven Biscayne Cancer League, in honor of its late
founding president. A signal and touching honor. The sum r.i d
which put the group in the No. 1 spot was a cool S? 00.000! M is
lev of ceremonies for the gala afternoon was Mrs. Robert Segal.
."Mrs. Joe Dorn is president. Women of distinction included Mrs.
Martin Cohen. Mrs. Douglas Cove. Mrs. Arthur Feigeles. Mrs. Ben
Holtz. Mrs. Fred Katzin, Mrs. Jerry Leader, Mrs. Abner .Miller,
Mrs. Nathan Rok and Mrs. Robert Segal.

Don't know of anything more charming than little girls in
pink tutus and ballet slippers. It was a serious and adorable
group of liny ballerinas interpreting jazz and tap routines learned
through the year at Ida Fisher Community School Friday. Maj
25 to an enthusiastic audience of parents and friends. The sh iw
was under the direction of Lois Pond who recently gave up her
large school of dancing in New York City to settle in South
Florida. Assistants to Miss Pond were Lillian Gross and Etnel
Murray, with Estelle Ehrens offering interludes ol song
*
It was close to a "Family Affair' when Mrs. George (Ellen)
Baum was installed as president of the Miami chanter, women's
division of the American Society for Teehnion at a spring lunch-
eon May 18 at the Marriott Hotel. Enjoying the spotlight as it
shone on his daughter was Rabbi David F. Miller, educator, for-
merly of Boston's Temple Beth Hillcl. founder of the Mia il
Beach Bible Study Class at the Ida Fisher Community Sclv. I,
and chaplain for the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge 1501. Also
at the table with Rabbi Miller were Ellen's mother \r. law. Nellie
Baum, and two aunts, Sylvia G. Spet'tor who is a trustee if
Teehnion. and Mrs. Ann White. Guest speaker was Mrs. Milton
Sirkln, n jional director, in charge of the impress stallation
ceremony was Mrs. Meyer Baskin. Chairmen of the delightful
afternoon were Mrs. Seymour I.askey and .Mrs. Martin W.
Specter,
Dr. Donald Pinkel, top research scientist at St. Jude I il
i's Hospital in Memphis, Tenn.. where leukemia stricken
childi ; an treated il no i ist, and regardless of nice, creed ir
color i nvited to speak in Israel recentlj D Pinkel
invited bj Prof. Y Matoth t. speak at the Beilinso Hospi il,
Petah-Tikva. Israel. Thursday, May 24. He plannc emai n
Israel for about a week.
More well-deserved recognition for the Miami Beach M
: Brotman. Vpril 2, Sen. Claude Pepper read a long Ii a latory c. n
mem on the group into the House Congressional Record Among
his comments: "This nonprofit organization provides mu
and social programs throughout the year and I
through concert subscription sales and the contribut ns ol ts
sponsors and friends, Talented young people regi if race,
creed or tulor, are recognized by this fine organisation which
gives I hem. when selected, the opportunity to perform in c
cert as well as receive scholarships and award-- Sen, Pep
concluded by saying 'The league is to be commended." Others
are recognizing the outstanding job the league is doing, it has
been announced that the group will receive $3,500 to bid the .1-
ented young from the Florida Fine Arts Council whirl rtispen
funds from Washington's National Endowment and the State
Legislature.
A unique exhibit of sculpture in wood, the work of Miami
Beach sculptor Joseph Cider, i.s on display at the Miami B,
1 ublic Library and will remain through May. En his H
sculptures, Mr. Gider seeks to capture the essence of the paral les
I* ha? re id in the Talmud and the Bible. Also among his wi
is a semi-abstracl impression of the title poem in the book, 4
Apes and Angels." bj Miami poet laureate. Ruby Fogel Levkoff)
Overlapping Mr. Cider's work at the librarv bv ., few
will be an exhibit by Janel ( owan, Miami Beach artJ
play opened Maj 23 and slays until June 25. Mrs. Cov.an rece
exhibited at the National MAS Arl Exhibition of New Jei i j i
A" Washington D < .. and was one of the first to ha'.
'/,"" w al Ihe i S. Air Force Space Mus .
Kennedy. In addition to her art work. Mrs. Cm d
,;'(l1: over station WIOD, "Janel Cowan and
Art, isc-d .it 10:48 am in the South Florida area
lit |*t-71 ,V Ml .


Friday, June '.. 1973
'Cultural Shock' Hit
High School Grad
*Jmi$lh IH>oir8dliiciin
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Conttaoed rrom Page i-b
Jewish roommate,, not on request,
this is in .. jn interesting co-
incidene >t roommate, more-
over, u.. who keeps kosher
at hom >-ton and who has
been a ( Hi! ior at a Jewish sum-
mer camp f'k- three years."
Her seoo 11 Jewish experience,"
after the '' elty of the omnipres-
ent Stars : David and Chai pins
wore off. occurred about five days
before Ros -'..dianah. She had de-
cided to surprise her roommate by
bringing h ^! and honey with
which bi Id welcome the new-
year. But h n she went to the
local gro -tore, she found the
store had n 'literally cleared
out" of : > by other Jewish stu-
dents.
A shin' U' experience occurred
in conn-.- n: itb Chanukah when
she bou last bag of choco-
late chanukah gelt available in
Ithaca. Mrs Axelrad also reported
that during r.c time between the
two hoi: me gradually learned
to reeogtUM and know "a breed
of Jews sepai ate and distinct from
those I had known in San Jose." a
group she ni i had been labeled
"New Yori lews." She explained
that th? quotation marks were
"wry important" and that, by that
description, she meant that most
of the New York Jews seemed to
be "of e scrvative sect." all
very ... synagogue youth
groups c tome and all who had
"either lived on a kibbutz for a
summer >: >'ncd to do so."
She sj.: her dormitory floor
pression aha! for such "New York
Jews' a ;i:';r.iiage to Israel "is
almost a. sq uement She also
remark" such Jews were
concerned tout material things,
I adding thai -more than once I
was quoted prices of Chanukah
guts, usually accompanied by the
statement -but money isn't im-
portant to me.' She described the
"Jewish American Princesses" as
probably the most interesting to
observe" among the new Jewish
types she was meeting on the
campus.
She aid her dormitory floor
was 'blessed with two in this
category." She said the two were
Close friends and often attended
Sabbath dinner at the campus Jew
ish Co-Op together. "Always
dressed fashionably no worn
levis for these girls their readj
smiles are certain to have cost
their families large amounts of
money, a fact they will inform you
of if given half the chance."
She described as "true to form"
the fact that one of the "Jewish
Princesses" had spent her semes
ter break "tanning in Miami's sun"
at a plush seafront hotel. Con-
cluded Mrs Axelrad: "The Amer-
ican Princess" is one group I could
definitely do without."
Despite the very different Jew-
ish cultural-religious atmosphere
in which she was involved in Cor-
nell, her own beliefs have not
changed; "if anything, they are
more firmly rooted," she said.
Slip described her personal Jew
ish outlook as comprising "a form
of humanism included in which are
various 'Jewish traditions.' specifi-
cally the importance of education
and family. After talking to Jews
of my own age. many of whom
Consider themselves to be better
Jews' simply because they speak
ly in the value of humanism."
Hebrew or have a Star of David
from Israel. I believe more strong-
Temple Sinai Celebrating
17th Anniversary Saturday
A gala I" anniversary dinner-
dame held in the social
hall of Temple Sinai of North
Dade Saturday evening. Cocktails
will be served at 7:30 p.m. with
dinner an hour later.
The congregation has much to
celebrate this year as it watches
the rapid -ruction of its syn-
agogue school building which will
house '.' ?ngregation's 500 re-
ligioi s school students and the
new I;, formed Nursery School
Can Ye I Construction will
be eomplat v. by Labor Day.
The dinner-dance, which is be-
ing chaired by Frank Kromsky of
the synagogue's Board of Trustees,
has r>orwi> an annual event in
the ife >- North Dadc's reform
Congregation.
During the evening the syna-
go s ne fleeted trustees will
be officially installed. They in-
Clude Harold Greene. Meyer
Sherman, Jack Neidorf and Mrs.
Frederick Sinister, all of wh >m
are new to the Board of Trustees.
In addition Alan Gregg, S. Allan I
Schwartzenfeld. Maurice N. Swift
and George Berlin have been re-
elected for three year terms.
Other trustees whose terms in
office continue include Ralph
Hollander. Sam H. Lubell, Paul
Shuman, Murray Tobin. Leonard
Israel, Frank Kromsky and Mrs.
Jack Sands.
Kenneth .1. Schwartz and Joseph j
' Peiken. who were elected for two- j
1 year terms la*t year, continue as j
president and vice president of the ,
j congregation.
During the evening awards will,
' be given to members of the Chai
j and Menorah Circles, whose gen-
' erous contributions during the
year have eased the synagogue's
financial burdens. Music and en-
tertainment will be supplied by
the Les Wagman band.
Nine Second-Generation Confirmands
Follow In Parents' Footsteps June 3
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JEWISH
TRAVELOG
2?Auee. BaM
A TWO ISLAND CARIBBEAN HONEYMOON!
The idea had long intrigued me. A kind of "mix-
'n match" journey. Our ultimate choice was Aruba
and St. Croix two quite delightful, yet different
spots.
ARUBA Our American Airlines flight down
look a little over four hours. We arrived around
mid-afternoon went through a very informal
customs line and from there into a waiting
cab. Our drive to our hotel, the Aruba Caribbean,
took us through desert-like terrain. Ah. but tin-
was desert with a "difference" namely long
stretches of undisturbed beach plainly visible on
either side of the winding road! Those almost
good to-be-true Aruba travel brochures, read so
carefully before the honeymoon, very quickly came
to life before our eyes!
After a warm welcome at the Aruba Carib-
bean's front desk, we were ushered into our fourth
iloor retreat. A beautiful room too with TWO
exposure*. One overlooked the interior of this
five mile wide Dutch Island. (A small working
windmill, actually transported from Holland, dotted
the landscape.) The second offered a breathtaking
panorama of a very blue Caribbean. Belo" our
balcony lush green gardens wide stretches
of coastline and a picture-postcard view of
the Aruba Caribbean's sprawling pool.
"This is quite a place!" I r member exclaim-
ing. However. I'm not sure, even now. if my bride
of 28';. hours actually heard the comment All I
know it seemed like seconds later we were both
"suited up" and dashing into that invigorating
Caribbean surf.
Before long, we met other honeymoon couples.
Then, after learning hometowns and exchanging
wedding day lighlights, we all adjourned to the
Aruba Caribbean s poolside bar for an appropriate
toast. The great variety of temoting tropical drinks
there made the selection process anything but
easy! For example, there were pina coladas .
coconut coolers colorful rum concocti ins
. and. of course, those "betcha can't have jusl
one" house specials. This first afternoon, however.
everyone opted for a delicious fro/en banana
daiquiri "made by Byam." Byam. I must explain, is
the Aruba Caribbean's star bartender, and all I
can say is that his "outdoor laboratory" soon be-
came a favorite haunt for us all!
EVENINGS IN ARUBA proved equall) de-
lightful. First there was dinner in the eleganl
Papiamento Room, named for the language of the
island (a colorful blend of Dutch, Spanish and
Portguese). Other nights we tried "Le Petit Bis-
tro," a charming French-style restaurant located
in the lower lobby. Le Petit Bistro's rolling hois
d'oeuvre cart well seasoned French soups
. and Chef Lebrun's superb hous- specialties
were all outstanding. Incidentally, even dessert
here is an experience, thanks to French Pastry
Chef Brule's expertise. Le Petit Bistrodefi-
nitely worth a visit!
As a matter of fad. no matter where we
ate in the Aruba Caribbean, the cuisine proved con-
sistently superior. Hotel manager Stuart Waters
offered an explanation. It seems that all the \nii-1
Caribbean's chefs are brought over from France
and put through an extensive "on the job" train-
ing program. All work side-by-side with the hotel's
master chef. A most successful venture it has
been, too!
SOME OTHER SUGGESTIONS: The hotels
casino is jusl a stone's throw from the Dutch-tiled
lobby. Or you could try the Aruba Caribbean'!
lightful "sea jeeps" small gasoline-powered
boats that skim along the water at just fast -
speeds Each seats a single person. We tried them
out ourselves on our lad day there. Funny, when-
ever I think of them. I vividly recall my bride I
tically zooming past me in true bronco-riding
,n. "If only she would slow down." I kepi
thinking! After calling to her several time-
without result 1 finally steered close enough to
hear her shout, "How do you stop this tinny 01
... i;, fore I could muster an answer, she went
darting off again!
Happily, however, my little rodeo queen even-
tually did man.. itrol her craft and in
plenty of time to make our American Airlines
flight to St. Croix later that day.
ARUBA FROM A JEWISH PERSPECTIVE
American Airlines' n.w pocket-size "Jew-
ish Tourist's Guide to the Caribbean" U a
dandy volume to take with you on your own
journey to these islands in the sun. We con-
sulted ours often. For example, through its
pages we learned that the very first JPW to
rent laud from the Dutch West India Com-
pany in Aruba was Moses de Salomo Levy
Maduro, who arrived from Curacao with his
wife and six children in 1754.
Aruba's present day Jewish ((immunity
'which numbers about 200) d^tes from the
1920s. At that time, inunigrauis arrived from
places like Poland, Rumanvi inri Czechoslo-
Later, many established businesses for them-
vakia most of whom worked as laborers,
selves.
The Beth Israel Ashkena/l. Orthodox
temple, founded in 19fi2, is located on Nav
saustraat near Pasteurstraat. Services are held
Fridays at 8 p.m. Interestingly, this striking
house of worship was designed by Morris
Lapidus, the same architect responsible for
the Aruba Caribbean Hotel.
- \ JVa
SI'. CROIX BY THE SEA -Located directly
on the ocean, surrounded by no '-- turn 22 acres
:>f lush tropical gardens, St. Crois bj the Sea
struck us immediatelj a- thi Meal setting for a
romantic honeymoon. (Come to think of it. is
there any other kind'.')
I'oi' example, ever hear of a room with a
floor swing for i i? St. Croix by the
s.a has them in vi erj room There's
even a swing in the front loboy 'which, curiously,
always seemed "occupied" and night'.)
Here's a hotel too whore ALL rooms face the
ocean (Nice to know when you're looking for
real value in a Caribbean resort
eo I who realh are make a big
difference. And that's ju-i whe SI Cro \ b> the
Sea excels! Overseeing ;dl is If rman Bri
the hotei'j general :,iana! cr Then 'here is Johnnie,
their always attentive maitrc d' in the atmospheric
Saint Sea Pavillion, where fucsts <\\n>: bj candle
. looking Ihe ocean
r.\ the way, St, Croix by the Sea's honeymoon
pecia! also turn- ml i) be quiti > bargain, .'ust
think ,i 7-day. 6-nighl i imes to only
5296 per couple This rule includes breakfast and
laily, a welcome drink on arrival, a com-
pli lentary bottle of rum i:1 your room, a day's
sailing to famous Luck Island (where my wife
i.nd i first snorkeled!) and other mono sav-
features. Well worth exploring if you. or.
oni you know is planning a honeymoon.
THE JEWISH SIDE OF ST. CROIX
Once again our American Airlines "Jew-
ish Tourist's Guide to the Caribbean" proved
valuable. For example, it's believed that indi
vidual lewish settlers were on the scene here
,is I] ,.- th laU I7th century.
\i formal 3 wish communitj was estab-
lished "ii Ihe Island, however, until l"-T.i.
when Fiance ci led SI Croix to Denmark. Bv
1760, a small congregation formed at Christian-
steo, nd a synagogue followed six years lat r.
It's even reported that loses Benjamin, a St
Cn.ix merchaut, had kosher meat shipped to
him from New York!
Visitors ("day can visit the old Jewish
cemetcr) d pilaphs from 1790 to 1862) locati d
in the western suburb of Christiansted, idja
cent in the Moravian Cemetery.
'
Unfortunately, even a full .veel in .
U nol ei mgh Bj the seventh day, you'i
i "settle in" I i
hone>moons mils' i And >
vve knew it it was fareweil to St i
am hotel. B il certain!' not *>d
more like "shalom' (w
hel icl s, this i- ,'-' ''<''
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Friday, June 1. 1973
Myra Furman USY's Regional President
At the recently concluded 22nd
annual convention of Southeast
Region United Synagogue Youth,
16-year-old Myra Furman of
Temple Israel, Orlando, was
elected to serve as president for
the coming year.
Originally from Beth Torah
Congregation in North Miami
Beach, Myra, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Irvi^.j; Fui man. has
already begun liei responsibilities
ItGAl NOTICE
to lead the 1,600 teenagers from
38 Conservative congregations
throughout the seven southern
states and Puerto Rico.
Prior to this year Miss Furman !
has served in numerous capacities
on all levels of the organization, i
She was also a participant and
scholarship winner for the 1972 j
USY Pilgrimage to Israel where f
she spent seven weeks last sum-1
mer.
NOTIVE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HERERV GIVEN "h,'t
the underpinned. in business under the fictitious name
of INSURANCE SALVAGE A.\D
SERVICE OP PI.ORIjA at number
100 18 N u -"Hi Aver.je. in ill, '' 11 \
nf Hialeiih. Florida, intend I" re(t-
isi.r laid name with the Clerk "f
ih. Circuit Court "t Dade County.
Florida
ln;-.t at Miami, Florida this it
da of May. 1973
HARVEY SAMPSl >N
GEI IRGIXA III Bit
GRAPE BONIN V
UERNICE I.. JIMSl >N
M JAY BENNETi'
Attorney for Apnllcant
1 \ E 125th Street '
Suite ll- Executive Bids
Mli......'lorlda 33101 tt [B
LiGAl NOTICt
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint
the underslarned, deslrlmr to enfratre in
nimineas under the fictitious name of
PRINTING IMPRESSIONS at 5(1*5
S.W 85th Street, Miami, Florida :i:n4P,
.mi.-. I,, rejrlater said name with Hie
i lerk "f i|i,- Circuit t'ourt of Dade
iv.-iiiv. Florida
ENGRAVING IMPRESSIONS 1776,
INC.
, Florida cornoratlon
KI'HT \\ i:i.l.lSi'll. All,.rne\ ;il Law
ah,.i ney for
HVGRAVING IMPRE8SION8 ITT':.
IXC
i.l Almerlo Avenui. Suite 200-E
Coral Gable* Florida 88184
i; !-s-i:,-22
Elected to serve with Miss Fur-
man were vice presidents Louis
Rosenthal, Temple Ner Tamid.
Miami Beach; Rochelle Zucker.
Jacksonville Jewish Center, Jack-
sonville, and Andrew Strickman.
Ahavath Achim, Atlanta. Trea-
surer is Diane Lipson of Beth
Torah Congregation, North Miami
Beach; Pam Cohn of Congregation
B'nai Raphael is secretary.
The Regional Headquarters for
USY is located in the United
I Synagogue of America Office in
North Miami Beach. Marshall i
Baltuch is Regional Youth Director
and Judge Arthur Winton is chair- j
man of the Regional Youth Com-,
mission.
Obituaries

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, >! si-int lo engage In
business under tin fictitious name of
BIRELY FASHIONS nt i'::47 N.K 7th
Vvenue, Miami Fia. Intend to regls-
i,., saiii i ami n 'I' the Clerk il ihs
Circuit Courl ". Dade County. Flor-
ida
l.l"0'I. BA1 I..A i J
1.-v V>H UAI.LATI.
6 I.8.13-22
NO'l iCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
thi undi r-iL" <: desiring i" engagi In
business un.. -i the fictitious name t
TIGA CONSTRUCTION COMPANY at
4 .., \ \\ 204th S'.reet, Miami Flor.
Ida Intend to register said name with
iii,. Cler* "f the Circuit ('un of
I.. Countv, Fin i.ia
GARY W. VETTER
MANI'I'.". BARRIOS
PATRICIA BARRIOS
CAROL A VETTER
Mi inn B Herman. !>'.
attorney f"i Tl*a Conslr.tctl n
Company
r ii Box ill'
KM.B i-'in I?WO
6102
K'l -J.-ir.-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
buialness under the fictitious name of
BNORAVING IMPRESSIONS at BUM
s u RSth Street, Miami, Florida 83143
Intends t.> register said name with tin-
i lerk "f tin Clrcull Courl of Dade
County, Florida
ENGRAVING IMPRESSIONS 1776.
INC.
:i Florida corporation
KURT WEL1 ISCH, Attorney at Law
\liornev for
GRAVING IMPRESSIONS 1776,
INI'
161 Almerla Avenue, suite 200-10
c.ral Gables. Florida 83134
6/1-8-15-22 ,
NOTICt OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIA". CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
Cl /IL ACTION NO. 73-1291?
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IV BF: THE MARTtlAfi^ OF
<->! IMP!A M.EONART. Wife.
Petitioner,
and
ARMANDO LLBONART, Husband.
Reaoondent,
I MR. ARMANDO T.I RONART
(Residence Unknown)
YOr ARR HRRRRY NOTIFIED
tb.it an aetir.n for Dissolution of Mar-
rlaire has been fil d peainst V"ti "nd
vow ar,- reciuir.-d to serve a eopv of
VOW written defenses If any. to it
on ARK KO88, ESQUIRE, attorns*
for Petitioner, whose address 1f,1
N W tlth Avenue Miami. Florida
331*1 (3r.S-4222>. and file the nrleinnl
with the clerk of the above stvled
enurt on or before July 2, 1978: other -
wise a default will be entered ai-ainut
you for the relief demanded 'n the
eomnlaint or petition.
This notice shall be ntihllstied onre
ea,-h week for four consecutive weeks
in THE .TEWISH FI.ORIDIA N
WITNESS my hand and the seal
o' said court at Miami, Florida on
thin 28 dav of May. 187.1
RICHARD P RRIVKEI!.
As clerk. Circuit < onrt
Dade Counlv Florida
Tlv C. P. COPET.AND
As Demitv Clerk
f(i 'Ircull Court SesR
\r.K koss. ESQUIRE
101 N W. 12 Avenue
Miami. Fl 33128
'3.'.-42'.'?'.
Attorney for petitioner
6/1-8-15-2*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATEE
No 73-2307
In RE: Estate of
JENNIE I'.I.At"
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors and All Parsons Hav-
in* Claims or Demands Again Si .Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and r, -
QUlred t" present any claims and du>
mands which you may have against
the estate of JENNIE BLATJ deceas-
ed late of Dade County, Florida to
the circuit Judges of bade County,
and file the same iii duplicate and
ai provided in Bection 7:::: 16, Florida
statutes, in their office! iii the Coun-
ts courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida within six calendar month- from
the time of the first publication here-
1 the same a '" 1 i
Dated a I >...... Ploi Ida', this^5 day
Ol May, A |i li'T::
Ji rmiv ','aidma 11
Ethel Brandt
Helen Frank
Ai Co- Personal Represents 11
Filed at Miami. Florida this 25
da) ,,f May. A.D. 1878.
Samuel S Smith
Attorney for
Ethel Brandt and Helen Frank
407 Lincoln Road. Suite !-A
.Miami Reach. Florida
Malcolm H. Friedjr-.n
Attorney for Jerome. U'aldman
SOfl Douglas- Road
Coral Gab/es. Florida
e/i-s-i.-.-s:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GRAPHIC IMPRESSIONS at 5685
S W B5th Street. Miami. Florida 3314.1
intends t" register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade
County, Florida.
ENGRAVING IMPItESSIONS 1770.
INC.
B Florida corporation
KI'HT WELL18CH, Attorney at T.aw
Attorney for
ENGRAVING IMPRES8ION8 1770.
INC
161 Almeria Avenue. Suite 200-R
Coral Gables. Florida 33184
6/1-8-15.22
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-3134
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Fslate of
SYDNEY CHREIN
lie, eased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of SYDNEY CHREIN de-
ceased late of Dad,- County. Florida,
to the Circuit Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.10. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the tijne of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Filed at Miami, Florida this 29 day
of May. A.D. 1973.
MARY CHREIN
As Executrix
Flrsl publication of this notice on
the 1st dav of June. 1973.
JOSEPH SCHM1EH
Attorney for Estate of
SYDNEY CHREIN
On.', Lincoln Road
Miami Bench. Florida
6/1 -8-1.-.- 22
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. 73-12677
ACTION FOR DISOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
ALBERTO MENENDEZ
gi.enha fay MENENDEZ
To:GLENDA FAY MENENDEZ
Residence Unknown
yOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you ai-,- required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses, If any, to it on
ARNOLD A i.ask'y. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is Grover
cimeiii. Welnsteln ,v Stauber P \
866 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach I--1-.. -
Idda. and file the original with the
cl';rk of the ahoy,, styled court on or
before July :,, 1973: otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
tin- relief demanded iii the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published om e
pach week for four consecutive
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
\\ ITNESS my hand and the
said courl at Miami. Florida
':: dav o| .Mac. I87J
RICHARD P BRINKBR
As Clerk. Circuit Court
I i.-idc ( ountv. Florida
By 1. 8NEEDEN
As DeDUty Clerk
c Ircull CoUrt Baal 1
I Jim Offices
GROVER CIMENT. WETNSTEIN
STAUBER, P.A.
.'I.'." Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attoi ney for Petitioner
C 1-8-15-12
s.-al Of
on this
IN MEMORY
OF
JOSEPH URAM
MRS. JOSEPH URAM
and
FAMILY
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3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
444-0921 444-0922
Closed On The Sabbrth
Personalized Memorials Custom
Crafted In Our Own Workshop.
BLUMBERC, Albert H.. 18. of MB.
Riverside. _. .... CT,
CHARITON. Prank. 8". 888 Hth St..
MB Riverside. ..,.., 1
ROSENTHAL. I.avis. 81. 818 hw-lid
Ave.. MB, Gordon.
SAUL. Herbert. 70. of Pembroke
Pines Levitt ,. .. ,
SOGOLOFF. Henry, 82. of Hollyw.....'
Riverside. Interment Mt Sinai
appel. iiuth. 84. of Hallandale.
1 lordon. ,. ,
BRENNER. Ruben, t:.. 188; Euclid
Am- MB. Blaaberft.
COHEN. Rose. 74, 1480 Ocean Dr.,
MB Blasbent. .....
HARTMAN, Samuel. 87, Of MB.
Riverside ...
levin. Isidor, HO, 880 < olllns Ave.,
MB Gordon.
putter. Maurice. 89. "f MB River-
side intei in.-iit star "i l lavld.
SCHMUKLER. Ruth, of MB. Levitt.
SCHOFER. Annie. Tii. of MB.
Rfversidi .
SEEHOF. Blanche, 79, of MB, River-
w'aks. Esther, of Bal Harbour.
Levitt. ,
WHITE. Betty, :"'. 9210 s\\ ":li
Terr. I lordon. Interment Ml Sinai.
EBER. Clara. SI, of Miami Gordon.
Interment .\it. Sinai.
FRUIT. David, 'i'l. Ol LaU'lei dale
l .,ke 'lordon.
GOLDBERG. Raj Marks. SI, I-""1
\\ est Ave., M B. Cordon Intel mi nt
Mt. Nebo
GOLDSTEIN. Rose, :i- Meridian
Ave MB. Blasberg
GOODMAN. < dive li 78. of .Miami.
Riverside.
POLLAK. Alexander. B8, of Ml:
Riverside. Interment Ml. NebO.
SCHOFER. Annie B., 76, of MB.
GOUBAULT, George S 75, of N'MB.
Riverside.
lederman. Sam. 88, BOO Washing-
ton Av.-. M B (lordon
ROSENTHAL. Louis, ",::. BOO Bl-
oayne Blvd. Gordon.
SCHLOSBERG. David, 87. of NMB.
Levitt.
SHARNiN. Jacob, 80. :'i.', Pennsyl-
vania Ave.. Jill Gordon.
SOKOL. .lack, of M B. Levitt.
UDELL. Samuel. 88, Of NMB.
Levitt.
AIBEL Sara I... of Coral Gables.
Riverside. Interment Btai ol David.
CHERSON. Elfie. 87, l...... Michigan
Ave. MB. Riverside.
COHEN. Fay I'... 86, B640 Byron Ave .
MH. Riverside.
KUNIN. Sarah, 74. 8848 Collins Ave..
Mi! Levitt. Interment Mt Blnai.
rubin. Bertha, 78, of MB. Riverside
Interment Mt Nebo.
TAYLOR. Jacob. 55, nil N. Blscayne
Pt Rd., NMB. Riverside
welinsky. Victor. 88 of MB.
Levitt.
BRENNER. David. 8f>. of M P.. River-
side. Interment Mt. Nebo.
fruitt. Harry. 87. of MB. Riverside.
GREENE. Rose. 82, of mi:. Riverside.
LAPIDUS. Hannah. M. of Mil.
Riverside
SHUB
David. ST.. from New York Ory.
Survivors include son Analole if
N.-w York, daughter Mona of New-
York City: three irmndchildreii
Adam. Rachnel and Jonathan: tw>
daughters-in-law nij'-f and Cardine,.
Services were in Paramus. N.J. Ar-
'ainri in-nts by Riverside Memorial
Chapels, 1820 Alton ltd.. Miami
Beach
MESSER. Joseph E 88, of MB
Newman, intermenl Mt. Nebo.
SKLAR. Herman M.. '*: 280 N Sh i <
Dr.. M it Blaaberg.
wyler. Sylvan, 83, of Hollywood
Levitt Intermenl star of David
SZIGETI. Nona. S4. ISS NE 193rd St
Intermenl Mt Nebo. m
BEILINSON. Leo, 88, Of North
Miami Levitt.
DAVIDSON. David J 71, of Mil
Riverside.
diamond. Gertrude, T4. 4201 '
Ave.. MB Blaaberg.
Goldstein. Joseph A 7340 Hard-
Ina Ave. MB. Blasberg
gralla. irvinir. 63, of MB Inter-
menl Ml Sinai.
kline. William, 72, of Hibiscus Is-
land Riverside.
KODEL. Annie. 81, 1800 SW <--,ili
A\, Gordon Intermenl Mt Nebo.
peller. Mike. 76. of MB Newman.
rachlin. Ida, 69, of NMB Levitt.
randin. Jerome (Jerry). 59, 159?
\E 188th St, Blasberg, Interim i -
Mi. Nebo
rottenberg. Jacob. 80, 6728 SW
.list ci.. South Miami. Blasberg,
SANDERSON, Edith. 76, Of NMB
Riverside.
taylor. Edgar, r.s. of MB. Newman,
wasserman. Goidle, 68, "f North
Miami. Riverside Interment Star
of David
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ir.e :
1973
*Jmlsl) fhrldRar
::c
\rcu\u\ Broken Sundav For
ie\\ Landow Torah Center
Nearly- 1.000 persons attended
pday's "d'iic.ikin.u ccri'
- iaun< hing the construction
)f the La" i rah : i-nt-r.
,hich will the i ': i'm
irah Scho : Boys and the
. Chana lor (;ir|>
^^Huri!!;i:i Ciment "(I
[ master of ceremonies; Rabbi
~~Lip-kdr. principal, ad-
the gathering, giving spc-
thanks to the Landows and
those v. I..- ha\.' given their
1 to the project.
Mayor Hubert Goodman
_. greeting- from the city
Aiuai Beach: .Morton Mayberg.
^rsident of Oholei Torah. spoke
I a (tpresent.ii ivo (l) tin- school.
Rabbi Henoch l.ieberman, fins
an artist oi n .to. came from New
ork especial.;. to present his
nting called "Tashlich" to the
In his response to the presenta-
tion. Mel Landow called on the
.people to continue '.heir support
of Oholei Torah and expressed
special thanks to the Lubuvitcher
Rebbe Menachem Schneerson for
his dynamic leadership and inspi-
ration, winch has made the
Landow Torah Center possible, and
aid, The challenge of our lime
is to spread knowledge of Torah
and Mitzvahs, particularly through
the education of the young."
i The arrangements committee
responsible for the uroundhreak
ing ceremonies, which kicked off
the construction o> an institution
which will house classes from
nursery through Rabbinical Col
lege, as well as adult education
classes, a synagogue, and all the
other facilities necessary in a
Torah Center, was headed by Mel
Feit and Gerald Gordon.
ME ofTHE LANDOW
H CENTER
OHOLII TORAH
m BRANDS
HA?
39 Beth Sholom Bo
Will 15c Confirmed
Thirtj nine boys and girls will
, coiiliriiH-i), ,;it .Tempi 1Mb
holom Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., ac-
ording to an announcement by
Irs. David Miller and Dr. Solomon
Ichter, cochairmen of the tern-
le's board oi education,
Sixteen members of the class
ill go on a Pilgrimage to Israel.
hey are Cindy Adler. Mari
Ischuler, Richard Arkin, Joel
ones. Debra Finer. Lori Freed-
Sholom Lipskar (left) principal of Oholei Torah
, School, Melvin Landow, and Morton Mayberg, (right)
president of the school, are shown at groundbreaking cere-
monies held Sunday for the Landow Torah Center.
eishaus Girls High School
faduation Slated June 3
tudies at the Machon Gold Girls
College in Jerusalem, under the
sponsorship of the Jewish Agencj
.dilation ceremonies for the
and Margaret W eishaus High
01 for Girls will be held Sun
Fat 8 p.m. in the auditorium
Ithe Greater Miami Hebrew
my.
labbi Alexander S Cross, pnn-
of the In ii school and of
\ Hebrew Academy, will be the
cipal speaker Hal hi Shimon
y and Mrs. Josephine Damlcr.
diiistrators of the Wci-hne
ol now housed in the Mer
er Building, also will partici-
Attduating seniors will present
in original playlet "Bikurim." in
Bnor of Shevuoth. Rabbi C.-os.-
It
aledictorian will be Judy
ier, with I inda I., bovitz serv-
as aalutatonaii
jph Weishaus. patron of the
school, "ill present special
ds to the two top graduates
seven other honor students.
itions presenting awards
Amercan Savings and
Association. Civic League of
Beach. Nor-Jslc Optimist
the Xmerican League.
|>r graduates include Bar
r,Faldman. Deborah Schwartz
f Schlinskv. Debra J. Lieb-
Sharon Carmi, Elyse S.
and Ann Hilarie Salem
Banking Institute
Installs Officers
The Miami Chapter of the Amer-
ican Institute of Banking held it?
annual installation and award;
banquet at the Playboy Plaza
Motel Saturday, .May lit
The officers installed include
Melvin E. Riedel, executive vice
president of the Central National
Bark of Miami, president; Jerome
A. Belinsky, cashier of Jefferson
National Bank at Kendall, first
vice president: (.'. John Mitchell.
Jr.. assistant vice president of
Hialeah-Miami Springs First State
Bank. second vice president:
Robert E. Lee, assistant vice
president of the Federal Reserve
Bank of Atlanta (Miami Office),
treasurer, and Stephen Baloga,
vice president of County National
Hank of Ninth Miami Beach, chief
consul.
Kathl en Waite is the chapter's
At the Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion ord-
ination exercises Sunday in
New York City, Dr. Samuel Z
Jaffe spiritual leader of Temple
Beth El, Hollywood, will be
awarded the honorary degree
of doctor of divinity, according
!o an announcement made b^
.>r. Alfred Gcttschalk, presides
f HUC-JIR.
Hebrew School
At Beth Torah
Twenty i '' th Torah'
! Woik R Ii io'.i School wil
nark their Hebrew S !i iol gradu'
ion Sunday I 9:15 a m in tli
main sanctuary' of Beth Tora'
'ongregation. The students wi"
r hi s cantata entitled. "A'
"'.ern;.l Lamp."
Irving Newman and Sy Rosen
resident and executive vice nre--'
cut of the congregation, will e^
end greetings. David Misinznick
ice president of education and
labbi Norman Mils man. edur
ional director, will present awards
md dinlomas. Mrs. Avrora Draai'
Uld Mordechai Necman who arc
n-truel irs, will also participate i:
ho exercises.
Among awards to be presented
will be the Men's (Tub Award fo-
nt landing servic to the religion
ehools: the Cavell Family Awar.'
for exce'lencp in the study of
orayer: the George Bialeck and
lacob Augenstein Memorial Award
">r outstanding and creative class1
projects.
Also the Rose and Naomi Rth
"Mrov Jewish National Fund Me
norial Award for excellence in th" |
ndv of modern Israel: the Harold
'nee in scholarship: the Mollie
Kahaner Sisterhood Award for ex-
oilenre in the study of Humosh:
the Zysia Pressman Memorial
Ward for excellence in the study
; -f Jewjoh hi rory B"d th Fran'
Run? Memorial Award for outstand
ing synagogue attendance.
!) i I .mis w'll h' ore -'"t -d '
chael Adouth ?t?ven Almo. Car
l< Am-ter, Daniel Aoplebnum
' el lsi<- n. R i' le ".o'k. Mel1 -
'ole. Robin Diam md. Steven VA'\
in Jain-s Fried. D-hhie (lold'ier:
Tichard Goldman. Stacey Goldman
'rani Green Janet Greenhut
Vsncy B'rechber". William Hofc
niter. Garv Kaltman, Debra
Kane. Jaime Kaplan, Allen Kon-I
nan, Kenneth I 'din David Mar-
ii, Susan Movel. Jeffrey N >vi
man, Jeffrey Paul. Scot! Rosen-
" Donna Siskind and Barbara
Woll
no. Robert Gaynor, Steven Gold-
liith. Jeffrey Jans, Michael
aszlo. Gi n g Luck. Bruce Rob
rts. Judith Schwartz, Brett Stone,
in Tumpson and Barry Wax.
Together with Eli Levy and
arak Varon. of the Beth Sholom
',-hool for Living Judaism faculty,
tese students will spend seven
hey will tour from the Galilee to
ilat. from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv
id Will meet with leadsrs in gci-
ice, arts and government. They
iil also spend two and one half
ys And Girls
On Tuesday
v.. i k- as members ol kl "r.
, rctutftirifi in,August.
The Confirmation Servici Tu-s-
da\ evening will have a;
.themes: "The Holwau<-t" -R
[ -i itance and "Israel "i">" Th !
'themes were selected bj the class
and were w i M"ii by the -' ; n I |
under the guidance of Dr. I
Kronish,
Tlii ifinl i mini "-f Iti v -
Mlii. I % ,i:\ \>lll i
Alsi hulvr. Ifli-hnrtl i
Kilwiiril ll.'iu->, ltnl
..... Sluc-fj I'IiiiiiiiIi -
rln ChfMkv, Ki.ii 1'iiln'i .!.....
I'lll. pi.. It I Ii III ii Vnn l'
leu l-*rr< illlm U"l" ii s.....I ';-
iiii,| s \.-ii l.ini i i InhNn
tiwi Ji Hurmlk. i- vlun
,| iik. I m\ lit Knhn. I'.-irril Vm K
Mux Kiiin I. Illi-li 'i
Kraini l.lx KmlKt'l
I i, (\ i;. .._. Hi.Im-iI I u.-I Mui
KIIiii Miihh. Mhii ii M'.rjiiln V i
dun Phlllliw unil Hruei [vlil Iti
,-i i-
AlMI I i-IJ lllHI llHKl II Hftll I >B I
Itiisfii, .liiniiiii s.niii.i .luiitii
Si Ii" ;h i/. Slo 11 I l;i\ III Silllull lirell
.\l Kl...... .I:iiiii- Ti ulli-ki, riiivlil Sil i
Tumi..i..ii .Inn Hull Turn.....11 \'.o i v
\ I'iiki-i Ii.on Mii-li ii-l H .v.
.Ihiihs Wiimiiiiii mill Hi lull VVIi-m-i
Rehearsing with the students oi Beth Sholom's School ior
Living Judaism "Milk and Honey" cast are drama conch
Jay Jensen, Cantor David Conviser. organist Moshe Haith-
waite and Judy Drucker.
Beth Sholom Students
In 'Milk and Honey'
"Milk and Honey." international
nusical comedy hit by Jem
[erman, will be presented by the
lrama and music students of Beth
iholoms School for Living
udaisin Sunday at 8::J p.m.. in
he temple auditorium.
The school's drama director is
lay Jensen, and in charge of the
music division are Cantor David
Jonviser and Judy Drucker. eul-
liral arts coordinator of the
chool,
Members of the cast are Susie
Kushner, Mari Alschulcr, Valerie
Ilendel. Karen Ser. Betty Sonne.
Jo Ann Zaiac. Nancy linger,
Leonard Cohn. Warren Stamm.
Stacey Channing, Craig Kodish,
Benjamin Svenia. Barry Wax,
Richard Stander, Robert Dulberg.
Brian Kovler. Jon Simon, and
Daniel Gelber. plus singer: from
the Beth Sholom Junior Choir
Tickets for the 'one night
stand are available at the temple
office: seatins is limited to 500.
,\noe Bloom and Bonnie Wink
are the first two graduates of the
>wh established Hebrew High
School Department.
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Librarian. Mrs- Anna Cass Brown and Rabb, Leon Gold-
berger were cited for their outstanding service to Temple
Ner Tcmid's Fannie Sklar Library at a recent breakfast meet-
ing held at the synagogue. They received plaques to recog-
nirion oi their work, which has helped to make the S.lar
Library one of the ouUtanding collections of Juda.ca in .. e


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Friday. June I. 1971
This view will cost joj
$5000 more next jean
Don't wait until next year if you're
thinking about buying an apartment.
It'll cost you a lot of money.
Construction costs keep rising.
And there's no end in sight. An
apartment here at River Reach
(or anywhere else in South Florida)
will cost you at least 10% more
next season.
So if you're planning to buy.
Now is the time. Before prices
climb any higher.
An there's no better place to
buy than River Reach. On an island
completely surrounded by water.
Along picturesque and historic
New River with its endless parade
of vachts. With onlv one entrance
guarded by a gatehouse manned
around the clock. Just five minutes
from downtown Fort Laudcrdale.
Only thirty minutes from Miami.
And just five blocks from 1-95.
Our apartments are priced as
low as $27,700. And our furnished
models are open daily. Come on out
and take a look. But don't wait
until next year. It could cost you a
lot of money.
An adult island condominium
with 2 bedroom apartments from
$27,700 to $ 19.900 and 1 bedroom
apartments fromS29.300toS35.100/
Immediate Occupancy/in Fort
Lauderdale on SYV 9th Ave., just
one block north of S\V 12th St.,
(Davie Boulevard). Take 1-95 to
Davie Boulevard Exit (temporary
end), then East to SW 9th Ave..
and left one block. Phone 522-6733.
So if you're planning to buy,
now is the time. Before prices
climb any higher.
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