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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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Began in 1927?
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-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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Hewish Flor idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 45 Number 24
Miami, Floiida Friday, June 15, 1973
Two Sections Price 25 cent*

Malta Plays Special Role
In Hunt for Mideast Peace
By ARTHUR PEAVER
Jewish Chronicle Future Syndicate
VALETTA To understand
better the meaning of Maltese
Premier Don Mintoff's visits to
western capitals and to Cairo and
Tripoli, one has to examine the
aims and policies of the Malta
Labor Party in government.
In the past two years, the
Labor Government has aimed at
striking a new path in foreign
policy without NATO connections,
but keeping its European links
and at the same time developing
heaithy relations not only with
neighbouring North African
countries, but also with Commun-
ist block nations and the new-
world power of China.
A strengthening ef Malta's
cordial reiations with Libya,
previously her best trade cus-
tomer, occurred at the height
of the prolonged crisis with
Britain over the revision of the
defense and financial agree
ment. a crisis which was solv-
ed only thanks to the interven-
tion of Italy and other NATO
countries during a period when
Malta was practical!)- alone.
Since that time Libya has be-
come one of Malta's closest
friends and relations are being
extended also to trade, educa-
tion, culture and communica-
tions.
In the past few years, the Medi-
terranean political scene has
changed considerably because
the Arab-Israeli conflict is still
unsolved and highly inflammable.
This cauldron-lige atmosphere
has had the effect of creating a
reawakening among Mediterran-
Contlmiert on Page 13-A
NIXON HOPES fOR RESPECT
Protests
Will Greet
Brezhnev
NO ILLUSIONS
Brandt:
'Ostpolitik'
For Israel
Blackmail Letters Ask
Money for Arab Fund
ESCAPES ACCIDENT
LAYS WREATH .
. Page 13-A
Page ISA
JERUSALEM (WNS) West
German Chancellor Willy Brandt,
enjoying a triumphant tour of Is-
rael, suggested that Israel and the
Arab states take an example from
his "Ostpolitik" policy. Addressing
a state dinner here. Brandt said
his policy of rapproachement with
the Communist bloc has not been
easy but 'required us to give up
illusions and indeed to abandon
hopes" because "without a secure
peace, all hope would be in vain."
Israeli Premeir Golda Meir re-
sponded that Israel's neighbors
must learn the lesson of "Ostpoli-
tik."
The major surprise of the
Brandt visit was his announce-
ment that Mrs. Meir had accept-
ed his invitation to visit West
Germany at a date yet to be set.
Brandt, who was the first chan-
cellor of West Germany to visit
Israeli repeatedly stressed that the
past cannot be undone nor forgot-
Continued on Page 3-A
LONDON (JTA) A new se- j
ries of blackmailing letters were ,
sent in the first week of June from
London to the homes or offices of
12 distinguished businessmen and
industrialist* here, Jews and non-
Jews, threatening tiiem with dire
consequences unless they send a:
check to the Palestine Peoples'
Fighting Fund.
mon link for the letters, nine of
which are in special Scotland
Yard branch hands, was that all
the companies except Truman's'
have interests in the Middle
East or deal with Israel.
Truman's said that it was pure-
ly a Southeast England concern
and was mystified as to why it
should have been singled out. Chief
This is the second series of Superintendent Roy Habersham,
such letters. A number of the let-. head of Scotland Yards bomb
ters were sent May 26. Scotland : squad, is leading the investigation.
Yard is conducting an intensive | s ja, branch officers mn
investigation. It refuses to reveal
the names of the addressees but it, brught in to try to track down
has become known here that one: the source of the letters, but the
of them is the manager of the Dun- inquiries are said to be progress-
lop Tire Co.. and another a former ing slowly. It is understood that
chairman of the Truman Brewery the Swiss bank has denied having
By Special Report
WASHINGTON A Freedom
Assembly for Soviet Jews will take
place on Sunday in Washington.
D.C. the eve of the scheduled visit
of Soviet Chief of State Leonid
Brezchnev. Thousands of Jews and
Christians will gather for the
event and then take pail in a Free-
dom procession along Constitution
Ave.
The procession will be led by
renators, congressmen, Christian
and Jewish leaders, labor leaders,
academicians, and people from the
arts and sciences.
Among others. Sen. Henry M.
Jackson who initiated legislation
in the Senate linking the issue
of Soviet Jewry to international
trade, will address the Assem-
bly, Other participants include
Theodore Bikel. Clivc Barnes,
as well as other religious, labor
and political representatives.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. president
of the Synagogue Council of Amer-
ica, will join Sen. Jackson in key-
noting the national demonstration. |
The Freedom Assembly is spon-'
sored by the National Conference
on Soviet Jewry and is coordinated >
in Washington by the Jewish Com-
munitv Council of Greater Wash-
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m
k 1
fifc
tfONID BREZHNEV
here for summit
who died four years ago.
The blackmailers ask for
checks to be sent to a numbered
Swiss bank account. The com-
ington. In coordination with the
an account with the number men- Natwna] Jewish Community Rela-
tioned in the letters. tions Advisory Council, dozens of
Arab sources here said that they eastern seaboard communities will
Continued on Page ISA Continued on Page 12 A
B'nai B'rith
Lashes CIA
Surveillance
Palestinian Self Determination
Pressed in United Nations Debate
..:
Wllir BKANDT
at state dinner
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Arab delegates participating in the
Set urity Council's Middle East de-
bate appeared this week to be aim-
ing for a new resolution or an ex-
p;u..von of resolution 242 that
would emphasize the right of the
Palestinians to self-determination
in any solution of the Middle East
conflict.
This strategy became evident in
the opening speech last week of
the Egvptian foreign minister. Mo-
hammed H. El-Zayyat, and was
continued at sessions here by the
representative of Kuwait. Abdalla
Yaccoub Blshara, and the Al
foreign minister, Abdel Aziz Bouli-
flika.
It was El-Zayyat last Thursday
who introduced the concept of
secure and recognized borders"
for the Palestinians and implied
fiat th^ only valid borders for
Israel were those specified in
the UN's 1D47 partition resolu-
Hon. Blshara claiiued that the
root of the Middle East tragedy
was "denial of the rights of the l
Palestinians in their homeland." !
He claimed that peace would j
come to the region only when Is- j
rael abandoned its policy of acquir- j
ing territory by force. But he ini
plied that tlie rights of Palestinians
were more important than the ter-1
ritorial dispute.
He quoted former premier David
Ben-Gurion, Premier Golda Meir
and Israeli Defense Minister
Moshe Dayan to "prove" that Israel
is a state that negates the right ol
statehood in Palestine for peoples |
other than Jews.
The Algerian foreign minister
denounced Israel as a -colonial,
ist, imperialist" country. He in-
sisted that 'ho main problem in
the Middle East is the disposses
sion of the Palestinian people from
their homeland.
KIAMESHA LAKE. NY.
(JTA) The B'nai B'rith this
week denounced as "reprehensi-
I I if true reports that the 130-
year-old American Jewish service
organization has been under sur-
veillance by the Central Intelli-
gence Agency.
The r.'rorts which appeared in
several Washington and New York
newspapers, did not slate the pur-
nose of the llleged surveillance or
the peri .ii over which is was con-
ducted.
A resolution unanimously
adopted by 1.800 Jewish commu-
nity leaders from New York
state and New England attend-
ing the liist annual convention
of B'nai B'rith District One at
the < oncord Hotel here, declared
that "if necessary, legislation
Continued on Pe R--\
PERFECT BATTING AVERAGE AT WATERGATE
3 Jewish Hits and No Errors
JUDAII J. SHAPIRO
Jewish Chronicle Feature Syndicate
As the Watergate scand ils in
Washington have grown and ex-
panded, Jews have been relieved
that, thus far. no Jewish officials
have been involved. In some mea-
sure at least, this is the result of
the very small number of Jews ap-
pointed by President Nixon to I ittorney for the Fed-
major posts in his adminisl il Grand Jurj investigating the
v.. t< i .- bi -A m. an 1 Sam i 1
There i- some satisfaction, on p chiel counsel to the
the other hand, that in the pursuit -,.,,,.
of the culprits, I ai |jn, in the
in major strategic positions. \\\t\, iffair.
Leonard Garment has been nam-
ed ,.- President's legal coun-;
, sellor; Earl Silbert is the chief
There is. thererore, no heavy
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BAN FR W. [SCO (JTA) ;
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ctetTfo his .-. ond one year ti i n
, president t the Am c i i Jew-
Press Association at the organ-
ion's 30th annual met tin \ here
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irage of the Water) ate af.
fair. The Cincinnati American
Israelite and the Oakland <("alii)
Jewish Community News were
admitted to member-hip at tii
convention.
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Brandl: O&tpolitik For Israel
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ten. But he made it clear thai he
arils the "special relationship"
. Mch characterized Bonn-Jeru.
m relations to be superceded
"normal relation.-'" of a "spec-
ial character."
stressed thai Wesl Germany
intends to maintain an even-handed
rv in the Middle Easl and that
nile his country was willing to
p bring the two sides togi ther
off( red neither meditation nor
:e.
The West German leader as-
Hired his hosts that improving
relations with one country did
not mean deterioration of rela-
| ins with another, lie said spe-
ically "improving relations
with another'country will not be
at the expense of the State of
Israel."
Brandt also rj economic
relations during inute meet-
ing with Finan Pinhas
Sapir. Neither par would disci "
details, hut it i\ led that the
The South Florida Conference on Soviet
Jewry, in cooperation with the Donnelly Ad-
vertising Corporation of Florida, donor has
begun a community-wide program oi erec-
tion of billboards bearing the message, "So-
viet lews ... Let Them Live or Let Them
Leave." Pictured 'left to right) are Congress-
man AUliam Lehma.n, D-Fla; Dr. Robert
mr ~mmmmmz-,
Wolf, chairman, South Florida Conference
on Soviet Jewry; Ycsef Yanich, souiheast
regional director, American Jewish Congress;
Robeit F. Cochrane, Jr., vice president of
r#-ine!ly Advertising Company c! Florida,
and Richard D. Siegel. vice chairman, South
Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry.
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Volume 46
Friday, June 15, 1973
Tragedy Had Little Etfect
Little publicity has been given to the report of the
International Civil Aviation Organization on the Libyan
airline disaster that took place over Israeli territory last
February- In effect, it bore out the explanation of the Israeli
government at the time which many, including Jews in
Israel and throughout the world, challenged for its veracity.
What is striking about the report is the ineptitude and
inefficiency displayed by the Egyptian traffic controllers
at the Cairo Airport and the arrogance of the Libyan pilot
who, even when he became aware of the situation, as
shown by the report, willingly risked the lives of his inno-
cent passengers.
The tragedy and it was that without a doubt was
another consequence of the continuing Middle East war
but seems to have had little effect on the attitude of the
Arab nations toward negotiations which might lead to
peace. That the report exonerates Israel to such an extent,
as a London newspaper points out, that many countries
and organizations which criticized Israel harshly should
apologize, is a minor consequence in the larger need for
moves toward peace.
Seminary Leaders Could Help
B'nai B'rith plans to bring together in a national con-
ference next November representatives of some 45Q small
communities in which Jews live and where the lack of
adequate reliqious education and observance threatens
their survival as Jews.
Notably missing from the list of those to be jnvited,
according to the press release, are the leaders of the rab-
binical seminaries in this country who might, rf. willing,
provide part of the answer to an important Jewish problem.
That they have not been willing maybe because they
have not really been challenged to meet this-pn their
own should not end the matter there.
It has been sugqested before, particularly during the
days cf the chaplaincy draft, that every graduate of a
seminary be required to spend a year or two in these small
communities before moving on to bigger things such as
assistants, in large congregations, Hillel directors, yeshiva
teachers. The kind of salary expected by the young
American rabbi could, with little difficulty, be made up in
a variety of ways if the small communities themselves
were unable to meet it.
It is to the credit of the B'nai B'rith that it has under-
taken the project, but it would be only scratching the sur-
face if it did not involve those whose potential for help is
greatest.
Positive Response Urged
The problems of the American dollar abroad are
affecting the nature of the help provided by the Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund and one of the
v/ays to meet that problem is to turn the 1973 pledges into
immediate cash.
This month is particularly critical and local leaders
are intensifying their campaign to bring cash into the
coffers. With immigration in the first four months of the
year running at an all-time high in Israel, the demands
have obviously been greater than ever before. Inflation
here at home also has caused additional problems for the
many agencies and institutions supported by the CJA.
Every pledge paid up now represents a savings in
the future. We urge a positive response to the appeal for
cash.
Movie actress Shirley MacLaine
has just returned from a six-
weeks tour of China, where she
interviewed Peng Ying-chao, wife
of Premier Choa F.rftoi. That is
ifl. rprtfrt"a'>v not given to most
journalists, and the impulse is to
wonder what influences favored
her.
A generous attitude would bt
that Ms. MacLaine does have con-
siderable journalistic talent and
experience. Back in the early

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1960s, when Nikita Khrushchev
was trapsing around the country
.with his industrialist friend
C i us alon. :Khxushche> wound
lip on a) movie set in Hollywood
right in the middle of a Shirley
MacLaine can-can number.
Between takes, she and Khrush-
chev exchanged many serious
thoughts that were widely pub-
licized. After all, what's the
difference between a movie set
and a kitchen at a Moscow trade
fair, where Khrushchev once en-
gaged another American, also not
a journalist, in debate?
Generosity is Self-Defeating
But generous attitudes can be
self defeating. If you follow them
to their conclusion, you often
wind up doing and saying things
you don't really mean.
We elected the American at
the trade fair our current Presi-
dent.
And in Ms. MacLaine's case
1 at least am bound to observe
that she not only returned home
to report the simple dignity of
Peng Ying-chao, but also the
lovable Chinese quality of guile-
less, non-competitive, mutual self-
examination.
If I were generous about that,
1 might be tempted to forget Mao
Tsetung's threat that the death
of a hundred million Chinese was
the price he could afford and was
prepared to pay to get rid of "the
running dogs of capitalism,"
meaning us Americans, even
though there's nothing much
lovable in that.
Generosity might even lead me
to get all excited about Ms. Mac-
Laine's observation that in ber
many conversations with ordi-
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COMMJENT

Martin Agronsky had made a
devastating analysis of the abuse
of Presidential power. Richard
Nixon was the heir to a process
which received great impercus
from John Kennedy and Lyndon
Johnson. He improved upon it so
much that he brought this coun-
try to the brink of a police state.
MOST OF the overflow aud-
ience at the opening of Temple
Israel's summer worship and lec-
ture program was obviously in
agreement. Inevitably the ques-
tionselected from a statement
whose implication was clear:
Could we not forgive Nixon in
view of the fact that he is the
best President Israel ever had?
The response satisfied most of
those there. Only a free America
can protect Israel. But also im-
plicit in all this, as Agronsky
pointed out, was the age-old
question: Is it good for the
Jews?
NO ONE on either side of the
issueyes, there seems to be
sideswill deny that it is bad
for the country as a whole and
we Jews are surely a part of it.
The question remains, however,
as to whether Jews have a par-
ticularistic stake at this time.
Reform rabbis, meeting in
their annual convention next
week in Atlanta, will predictably
say yes. Rabbi David Polish,
president of the Central Con-
ice of American Rabbis, has
already staked out his position.
FOR REASONS of "prudence
and morality, there is better
hope for the Jew in a liberal
than in a repressive world," he
recently said. He doesn't want to
believe that "Nixon's America is
good for the Jews" but rather
that Jews who are concerned
with our society should not
"panic and abandon the struggle
against eroding values and re-
pressive trends in America," cit-
ing Vietnam, civil rights erosion
and. of course, Watergate, among
the danger signs.
In prophetic tones, he has
charged that "We are no longer
asham?d to be bigoted" and asked
"Are these the Jews whose bro-
thers came out of Auschwitz?
Are these the Jews who bela-
bored an insensitive world for
ignoring the doomed six million?
What has happened to the moral
consciousness of the American
Jews?"
IF WE are to accept the words
of Irving Kristol. Nixon's Jew-
ish intellectual spokesman from
the pages of Commentary, Rabbi
Polish speaks in outdated terms:
"Both in Israel and in the U.S.
there is a simultaneous degen-
eration of what we call 'prophet-
ic Judaism.'" he said at last
summer's annual American
Israel dialogue.
After having dominated the
Jewish scene so completely, in
his phrasing, for the past 150
years, prophetic Judaism has
run its course. "The liberal-pro-
s-prophetic version of Jud-
aism simply does noi correspond
to the realities of the world we
live in which is no longerif it
ever wasa progressive, liberal
world."
PROF. KRISTOL confesses to
not having the answer, but he
points to political conservatism
and Orthodox Judaism "In-
cidentally, I am not Orthodox"
as a good choice. "Survival
happens to be its strength.'' If
all the Jews in the Middle Ages
had been Reform there would be
no Jews today, he believes.
In the latest issue of Com-
mentary, the influential monthly
which has represented Jewish in-
tellectual thought for decades
and now voices the Kristol line
that the limits of social reform
have been reached, much the
bv idward mm
same view of Reform rabbis is
seen by Milton Himmelfarb.
ANALYZING the 1972 Jew-
ish vote in the presidential elec-
tionand I will have a later
column on that analysis he
manages to denounce the moral
ists. obviously Reform rabbis is
"few." according to him) par-
ticularly when they "fail to en-
tertain the possibility that their
notion of political morality may
look to others like a cultural
preference, affordable, of the ad
vanced Jewish upper-middle-
class
Kristol spoke in Israel last
summer, before Watergate an I
all its implications were known.
Himmelfarb. writing in the June
issue, should have known by
then. Since Kristol has not i
signed from his administraten
job in protest and Himmelfarb
will not see that possibly the
"prophetic" vision of some last
year had a basis in fact and in
the history of Richard Nixon, it
is obvious they take their stand
with those lovers of soap opera
and other fantasies in wishing
Watergate away.
WHEN William L. Shircr. I
the depths of his experience
with the Tird Reich, draw,
with the Third Reich, draws
many at its beginning and Nix
on's America, many believe he is
exaggerating, even some Jews.
But, as a Jew, I could only fe< I
a sense of historic unease when
I read last week that among the
people put to work in the job ol
subverting our political process
was a member of the American
Nazi Party, or its agents. Yes, 1
believe as does Rabbi Polish,
and if that be prophecy no one
around here need be told I am
a Reform Jew.
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an
Hellenistic Period: Important Era
RUTGERS University Press has published "The
Hellenistic Age," edited by Abraham Schalit,
which is Vol. 6 of "The World History of the
Jewish People" ($20 each volume). This volume
ravers the political history of Jewish Palestine
from 332 B.C.E. to 67 B.C.E.from the conquest
by Alexander the Great almost until the con-
solidation of Roman power in Syria and Pales-
tine. It was Alexander's conquest which paved
the way for the penetration of Greek civilization
which came to be known as Hellenism, into the
ranks of the Jews of those days.
As was done in the previous volumes of this
world history, the book consists of a series of
historical essays by noted authorities. In this
volume, there are only four contributors: V.
Techcrikover the wrote fice chapters); J. Klaus-
ner, who wrote four; M. Avi-Yonah, who contribu-
ter one; and the editor, who wrote the intro-
duction and one chapter. These four are re-
nowned Israelisc Scholars (two of them unfor-
tunately died prior to publication) and all are
associated with the Hebrew University.
Tcherikover is the author of "Hellenistic
Civilization and the Jews," which was published
in 1959. There does not appear to be much new
material or significant changes or interpretations
between his contribution to the Rut.ger University
Press publication antl his previous work, although
photos have been added to the new volume.
Although all the chapters are of a high
quality, the book suffers from the absence of
many facets of the history of the period. This
defect is undoubtedly due to compression. A
text of 297 pages can not do more than supply
erudite fragments of one of the most important
three centuries of Jewish history. We wonder
and possibly question the overwhelming number
of Jewish historians who are qualified. We men-
tion this as a caveat for future volumes in this
world historv.
Friday, June 15, 1973 PJmtstl AMWW
Page 5-.5
.0-
How Nature Knew Best at Huleh
LJAIFA It was just about 15
*years ago that Israel's plan
ners proclaimed with glee that
all maps of the country would
haw to be changed. The great
swamp drainage project in the
north had been completed. Lake
Huleh had disappeared from the
face of the earth. Almost 15,000
acres of fertile farmland had
beer; created, and the area would
become the bread basket of
Israel.
The drainage had been achiev-
ed by diverting the Jordan River
from the widespread swamps in-
to a series of canals which led
the water into a new channel
and Thence directly into the Sea
Of Galilee.
High hopes were held out for
the vast deposits of peat which
were uncovered when dry land
emerged. There were public de-
bates as to whether it was more
economical to dig the peat and
use ;t as fuel, or exploit it as a
rich, natural fertilizer.
The drainage of the Huleh Val-
ley was hailed as one of the most
remarkable engineering achieve-
ments in the history of the young
state. Every Israeli and every
Zionist swelled with pride as the
story was told.
Thai was 15 years ago. The
dream ha* vanished, the high
have proven vain, and the
tampering with nature has be-
gun to have dangerous effects on
both water and soil. The peat
was not at all as fertile as expect-
ed, and the crops proved disap-
pointing. The swamp did indeed
disappear, but the chemical salts
of the soil leached out and drain-
ed down into the Sea of Galilee.
This, Israel's only natural res-
ervoir of fresh water, began to
show an alarming increase in
salinity, menacing the Country's
water supply. It suddenly began
to dawn upon the planners that
perhaps sometimes nature does
know best. Reluctantly, and only
after much hesitation, the of-
ficials had to admit that the
whole thing had been a mistake.
The Huleh Valley Authority,
which had been set up to ad-
minister the farmlands, has been
dismantled. Much of the area is
again being flooded in hopes
that the contamination of the Sea
1
of Galilee will be arrested. Some
of the border lands are being as
signed to neighboring villages,
but the largest part of what used
to be the Huleh will now become
a great Nature Preserve.
Rare birds and wild animals
which had become almost extinct
as a result of the changes made
by man, are now beginning to
return. Exotic plants, existing
nowhere else in Israel, have
magically begun to respond and
reappear, as the area returns to
its former natural condition.
The Huleh lake and swamp will
be carefully controlled by the ap-
propriate bodies which are con-
cerned with the protection of na-
ture. The acreage will become a
semi-wild national park, where Is-
raelis will be able to commune
with nature and find refuge from
the smoke and noise and bustle
of their cities. The full restora-
tion process will take several
years.
And the Huleh Lake will have
to be drawn back on the maps of
Israel, though with far less publi.
city than that which announced
its disappearance.

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Are We Really Any Wiser Today?
I
TOUGH-skinned philosophers and politicians
have long maintained that an enemy of one's
enemy is a friend worth having. Could this be
why Cuban exiles appear so prominently in the
skulduggery variously known as the Watergate
( rand shambles in Washington?
If it. is frue. as grand jury court proceedings
no', seem t > show, that zealots determined to
ect tl 'resident in 1972 left part of the
wirk up to H. Gordon Libby and E. Howard Hunt.
is surprising that the Libby Hunt agency, vi-
I 1 CIA knowhow, would turn to Cubans
th the dirty work?
For tha Cubans could easily convince them-
s, es 1 Sen. George McGovcrn would be in-
ci ned to make peace with Fidel Castro. So if you
wj nted I 1 have some filthy letters forged on Sen
ftiskl -tolen stationery in Florida, why not
hire Castro-hating exiles to help?
Fifteen years ago, Vice President Nixon said,
The trouble with Republicans is that when they
eel in trouble, they start acting like a bunch of
cannibals." With due deference to Mr. Mxon s
experience and wisdom, this observation might
also be applied now and then to Democrats. Which
Partisanship is fiercer is the issue at this juncture
in the unwinding of the Watergate affair. The
character of men in high places is the issue.
But here we are 15 years later. And any
wiser? One has to wonder. Don't we all shudder
at least a little when we learn that a Washington
attorney is authority for the conclusion that John
J. Wilson, .'elected by John Haldeman and John
D. Ehrlichmann as their attorney in this time of
si li another crisis, is "anti-black. anti-Jewish,
and anti everything that happened since the First
World War, and makes no bones about it?"
And don't we tremble even more when we
behold insensitivity attending the determination
of the White House to keep the investigation of
Watergate in the hands of the in-group?
Americans, awakening at long last, ask hard.
to answer questions. Does the CIA belong to the
party in power? Did we all really break into
Watergate as one in high office has suggested'1 If
we are asked to show compassion for those now
in trouble in Washington, shall we forgel about
that cadre's vow not to grant amnesty to young
men who didn't want to fight a war into which
America was led by misguided older men'.'
Those who ask such questions also express
thanks and gratitude to a free and vigilant press.




Aii Impossible ^oLrt SUr
Miracle: A Reader Offers Apology
For Nasly Letter lo the Editor
J^ HAIFA woman named Bella Gerald apologized to the Jer-
usalem Post last week for writing a letter to the editor in
which she had professed anger at the military parade in Jeru-
salem. Now, having heard details of it on the radio-she did not
actually see itshe has changed her mind. "Just listening." she
wrote in a second letter to the editor, "one could hardly fail to
feel the real spirit of the parade, its moving pleas for peace, for
brotherhood between nations."
The officials who ran the military parade have promised to
dismantle all the equipment, including flags and grandstands, in
three weeks. The day after the parade, the men were already
at work, taking down the main reviewing stand in East Jeru-
salem.
Israel Aircraft Industries invited newsmen on a special tour
and.promised to.announce "big news." It turned out that the
most (interesting revelation was that Israel Aircraft Industries
was .not as willing to find a vacancy for just-retired Air Force
Chief Mordechai Hod as Hod was. The Air Force Chief retired
the day-after the parade. May 8, and two days before the tour.
'The new dean of the diplomatic corps, Finland's Ambas-
sador Aigar von Hieroth, appeared at Abba Eban's Independence
Day banquet wearing a big plaster on his forehead. No, he ex-
plained, when proposing the toast to the State of Israel's second
quarter-century, he had not worn it specially for the occasion.
It was the result of a mishap at the Caesaria golf course "A
fifteen year-old Sabra underestimated his strength and over.
it marea" his aim," the ambassador explained.
Finland made a warm gesture for Israel's 25th anniversary
which left "bffieals here pleasantly surprised President Urho
Kckkonen senl one of Finland's elder statesmen, former Premi-
er Karf Aiu'ti-t Fagerholm. to Israel with a special congratula-
t >rv message to President Zalman Shazar from the people of
Finland. Stores of messages from foreign governments < re
received at Shazar's residence during the Independ ;nce cele-
brationsbut this was nlj message delivered bj so au
an envoy.
Jrfroris <^inc/iii
For Ben Gurion,
The Bible is Real Historv
l*#III \ one visits David Ben.Gurion at his residence in Sdeh
Boker, one cannot escape noticing the many Bibles on his
desk in his librarylarge Bibles, small Bibles, various editions
published in various countries, at various times, in various
languages.
To the first Prime Minister of the State of Israel, the
Bibleas he explained to meis not only a book of Jewish
history and ethics, but also a guiding volume to many natural
resources in the country which, he believes, are still deeply
buried under the sands, not yet rediscovered but awaiting re-
discovery.
Sold on this idea. Ben-Gurion cites as example the fact that
the Timneh copper mines in the Negev were discovered by
studying the period of King Solomon. Also that during the siege
of Jerusalem in the early months of the War of Independence
when the city was completely isolated from the rest of Israel,
suffering from lack of food, watjr and ammunition to repulse
the Arabsit was through a hint in the Bible that the cxistem i
of an ancient long-forgotten road to Jerusalem was discovered.
It later became Israel's "Burma Road" carved out through
rough mountain trails leading to direct contact with the
capital and freeing the city from sie
Bcn-Gurion believes that Israel was not only a land of milk
and honey in ancient times. He asserts that the area had
bronze, silver, lead, tin and other metals from which tools,
weapons and ornaments were made as far back at 5.000 years
ago: the Bible refers also to gold. He therefore follows with the
greatest interest the various excavations now being carried out
in Israel. Biblical archaeology is to him important in gem
but he especially anticipates that eventually they will
metallurgical discoveries important to the country.
- : :
Jewish Agency officials weren't eager to make a I
with the news, but the significance of Uzi Narkiss, trip i Heb-
ron was not lost. The Director of the Agency's [mil
and Absorption Department was busy last week scouting Kiryat
Arba. the Jewish Quarter near Hebron, for the possibilities of
setting up an Absorption Center there. If the G > ap-
proves-and this seems likely-it would be the first such Center
in Israel's administered territories.


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Ossinsky, Jr. to Head '^l
Friday. June 15, 1973
i. IS
District Five Group
r. r Women's Session- and
Convention Agenda,
Set Page IB
ual convention of Dis-
. ( r .vc. B'nai
e Carillon
Id jointly
with eB'j VVomt n Dis-
Ir of 613
ave been reported for
. .endance.
Judge Milton A. Friedman, a
tricl past president, will install
Louis Ossinsky, Jr.. of Daytona
Beach, as district president at the
annual banquet on Monday night,
June 26.
Ossinsky is the son of the late
district pa_-t president. Louis Os-
sinsky. Sr.. and this will mark the
first time in the 106-year-history
of District Five that a son has held
the highe.-t office following the
iocuieps of his parent.
Ossinsky is an attorney and in
addition holds two separate
master's degrees in music. He
was charter aleph godol of the
AZA chapter in Daytona Beach,
a past president of the Marvin
Roth Lodge, a past president of
the Florida State Association of
B'nai B'rith Lodges, a national
BBYO commissioner and ha%
held numerous other offices in
the organization.
Mrs. Arthur Horwitz. of North
Miami Beach, will be reinstalled as
women's president for the second
term by Mrs. L. Leonard Ruben,
of Silver Spring. Md.
A joint installation banquet will
be held Monday night when out-
ing district president. Harry Rul-
nick. of Fayetteville. N.C.. will be
retired from office by executive
vice prebident. Arnold D. Ellison,
cf Atlanta. Ga.
The Tuesday sessions will ap-
prove the 1974 budget, consider
resolutions, and district officers
and members of the board of gov-
ernors will be elected. Candidates
for district third vice president
end treasurer include Malcolm
Fromberg, Miami, and Kent E.
Schiner, Baltimore.
District Grand Lodge Five ex-
tends from Maryland to Florida
and consists of 142 lodges. Current
officers include president. Harry
Rulnick: first vice president Dr.
A. J. Kravtin; Stanley A. GerU-
man. second vice president; Leon-
ard Stein, third vice president and
i:\uiu:i.-. and Arnold D. Ellison.
k .:. Jenkins,
: -._. i v. is overall dis.
airman, and Al-
fred of Miami Beach, is
loca! .'.on coordinator.
-.-
B'nai B'rith
Lashes CIA
Surveillance
Continued from Page 1-A
should be promptly forthcoming
in Congress to prevent any such
further surveillance of legitimate
American agencies.
David M Blumberg, internation-
al president of B'nai B'rith ex-
pressed, "'shock and anger" over
the CIA surveillance reports. In a
statement from Houston, Tex.,
where he is attending the centen-
nial convention of B'nai B'rith
District 7. Blumberg condemned
the alleged CIA activity as "illegal
in purpose, outrageous in character
and an affront to the liberties that
a government investigative agency
is presumed to help defend."
The newspaper reports referred
to said that the CLA had targeted a
wide variety of domestic organi-
zations for sufvpijrance, including
B'nai B'rith.
A CIA spokesman declined to
comment or. th*-report according .
to some sources, the CIA wasi
known to be interested in Israeli
intelligence activists and was keep-
ing tabs on organizations known to
have regular contacts with Israel.
Goldfarb
Award Recipient
Samuel Goldfarb of Ft. Lauder-
dale. one cf the founders of the
American College iv. Jerusalem, will
-, ceive a service award from Frank
i i< 'it. former Governor of Rhod;
Island at a luncheon at the Wal-
dorf Asti ria in New York on Sun-
day. June 24.
Otto Preminger will receive the
first Film Arts Award of the Amer
ican College and Walter Eytan,
chairman of the board of the Is-
rael Broadcasting Authority, will
also be honored.
Speakers will include Dr. Alan
Simpson, president of Vassar Col-
lege, Mr. Ucht, Dr. Norman Grcen-
wald, president of the College, and
Leonard J. Goldstein, vice presi-
dent and director of the U.S. pro-
gram.
The award marks the inaugura-
tion of a communications arts pro-
gram at the College, which was
\ founded in 1968 to provide an
English-language liberal arts cur-
riculum, combined with the his-
torical and cultural aspects of the
Israeli environment.
Walter Eytan, who is also Direc
tor General of Kol Israel and chair
man of the board of Overseers of
the College, will guide the develop-
ment of the radio and TV phases
of the program. Larry Frisch, who
worked with Mr. Preminger on the
motion picture "Exodus," will han-
dle the film-making phases.
I
Dr. Alan Simpson, president of
Vassar College, will install Mrs.
Katherine Michel of Poughkeepsie.
N.Y., as chairman of the board of
governors. A teacher, Mrs. Michel
is an alumna of Chapin and Vas-
sar. '
The nonsectarian. coeducational
college promotes a secular cur-
riculum, leading to a Bachelor of
Arts, with credits which are trans-
ferable to American colleges.
Bankers Lodge of B'nai B'rith installed its new slate of offi-
cers at a banquet held in the Deauville Hotel- Here the aew
president, Alan E. Master, (second from right; presents a
plaque of appreciation to outgoing president Stuart S.
Borovay. Looking on are program chairman Julius Israel
(left) and third vice president Joseph Shulman.
* *
Bankers Lodge Officers
Installed At Banquet
-i
Bankers Lodge of B'nai B'rith
held its first installation banquet
at the Deauville Hotel last week.
The program included the presen-
tation of the charter by Bert S.
; Brown, past president, Florida
I State Association of Lodges.
Called up for the lighting of the
Menorah ceremony was Julius
Israel, program chairman. Jack R. |
Glick, regional membership direc-1
tor, conducted this portion of the ]
program.
Manny Mentz, chairman of the !
installation banquet, led in the I
Pledge of Allegiance. Retiring
president Stuart S. Borovay, was I
presented with a plaque of appre-
ciation.
Installation of officers was per-
formed by Alfred A. Golden, trea-
surer, Florida Anti-Defamation '
League of B'nai B'rith. Alan E.
Master is the new president Vice
presidents are Lloyd EdeLstein.
Leonard H. Zigman and Joseph
Shulman.
Also serving will be AJle.i Ben-
nett, treasurer; Alan Querido. cor-
responding secretary'; Stuart J.
Miller, recording secretary: Max-
well Gerstein, financial secretary;
and Abraham Grunhut, chaplain.
The board of directors includes
Jack Brown, Lewi.- Cohen, Rick
Garfinkle, Irving Gold. Abraham
Grunhut, Julius Israel, Manny
.Mentz. Jerry senwartz. Jack
Streicher and Edward We'.nstein.
Trustees are Leonard Abess.
Shcpard Broad. Jack D. Gordon,
Abel Holtz, Al Jaffee Joseph Lip-
ton. Robert Macht and E. Albert
Pallot.


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SfNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
By RABBI PALL .1. BENDER
The Israelite Center Temple
In this portion of iV
Torah readin Behaaloscha, tin
1..-i two verses of Chapter X ol
Numbers contain the following:
"And t came to pass, when the
set forward that Moses said:
Rise up, 0 Lord, and let Thy
enemies be Kail 'red; and let those
1 iat hate Ther flee befor< Thy
presence, \i>.1 when it rested he
said: Return. 0 Lord among Thy
myriads of the thousands of Is-
rael."
These fwo I imiliar verses re-
cited hem" er v e read from the
Tn th Sri !'. present many diffi-
t uHies v hen i ne attempts to nn-
. illy. The imp] i i
1 up is tl Mos did not praj to
< I ,n dire;. -I Him i<> rise u
lo it: i i1 i m lie and
caus< that hat Him to flee
f., ii :.. [ore His | resence!
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why dues Rabbinic tradition
require that the dead b.- buried
with their palms open instead
of with clenched lists?
This tradition is based on a
statement in the Midrash tiates Rabbah 5:211 which
.hums that when a man is horn
his lists arc clenched as if to say
that he is going to grab everything
he can in this world. Yet, when
i -
be! >ng They are then banished
n the pros* nee of d,
When in the end. the hopes and
ins of the generations of
our people myriads >' them,
will !>:- realized and peace and free .
dom.ju tice and harmony will pre- !
vail as promised by our proph-
ets, fien may the ark of the cove- j
nant come to rest as C-d will turn *
all the right-minded to Him and in-
spire thi m
ib!e goals, and endow tluin with
His presence!
Temple Menorah's
Confirmation Class
Largest in History
The largest class in tin isto \v
if Temole Menorah took part in
tii imoressive Confirmation cere
mon> on the first day of Shi \
last week Some 51 students com-
i>rled i!"' Confirmation Class of
"j7:i.'i at Ti inp] Mi rah.
f "'ii- stu lents presented in
"(I music a cantata i
I-rsel A Promise I
hnnorii i >rj el's 25th am r.-arj
fn a ;,'i' n to thi |
the inds led th i
.: .1 m in the traditional Festival
-i .in -.
Fol'owing the piogram in the
temple, the Coi fi m itioin C'a
to desti >j them Hi also knew >r ented a playlet ai the lui
thai "'| or ]" i
dice are nol in!-, rent as a general
nile. in an> i ople They must b?
fostered an encn iraged and made
t i set m ms.
Of \>h"
cm ii<
, i ,. .(:;' flC
, Id? .Ms i. in the
x I ev tin .:' : '
, of Israel is
i so?
- there wil be
limes in
when s I ij the cli
( Isra '1 will iorate and.
i ii) ns in attem I
He also km w that his people
< an not be d so >ng
the;. to the principles
.' of which is
c Drf : .., T >r ih enhi ined
in the arks is if
i
When thi ks ol all times are
on the move; when people go for-
I with the Torah, and make
-i roll a Ih:'" symbol of prog-
i -- in their lives then the voice
loa pnx lai ns th the prom-
ise of G-d to e our people
I ; gain risen!
The colla are confound-
and the hate mongers, the
I tors l M'sa-anecha not
Sonecha) of destruction are seat-
Also Jane- Marcus. Leonardo
daiman, Eric Mossman, Lillian
)lemberg. Sheri Orenstein Debbie
'in.1.-. Carlos Pundik, Sara Sackn-
r. Dede Schofel, John Scholl, El-
en Silvers. Betty Singer, Adrians
tOriano, Susan Spier, Brenda Sta-
- vich, Vicki Stolberg, Sandra Susi,
'.li'ic Sus-ii'an. Oscar Syrr. ind\
tered, disunited and relegated to Taylor. Monique Talisman. Celia
the places in history >n which a Zacarias, Lizette Zacarias, and Roj
long line of previous persecutors hemlock.
. that he lakes nothing with him
from this world. This is based on a
in the Biblical hook of
Kcclcsiates (5:14) which claims
present unrcach-, thal ma" "sh" ,akc awa>" nothing
for his labor.''
In view of contemporary med-
ical practice and discoveries.
i,liai is the criterion required
lo establish the fact of death in
a hunun being acenrding to
Jewish Law?
Rabbinic commentaries derive a
general principle in establishing
the occurrence of death from the
Talmud (Yoma 85a) as being
cessation of respiration. Sources
later add the absence ul a heai I
,, a ii,, essarj but nut abso-
.:;.' dcteimining criteria Cha-
ifer, Voreh De'ah, Responds
S38i requiring both pulse beat
heart heat to he absent in
rder i" establish the fact of
th.
also been an opinion
hat !)'>' i pressure should be
'" n| in or ler to i stablish the
i i the individual l Dr.
11 Levy, quoted in Asya.
ihebat 5731). Car- musl be take n
i to what is at i isue in esl ib
ij death, (e.g. the per-
ni sion to excise the heart for
ransolant; the permission for
burial; the prohibition of a priest
(Kohen) from coming into contact
with the individual, the respon-
sibility of the doctor and the fam-
Arbcr, Thea Beren*. Sher-1 ily to continue efforts to revive
an Bergman, Luis Brafman. 'he patient).
Some Rabbinic authorities re-
'tuire a minimum time to expire
after the life signs are missing
loforc permitting burial (at least
l half-hour). Whatever the c.
may be. as long as there is some
lope ol reviving life, every effort
nust he made to attempt doing so.
In specific cases one should not
idopt a general rule but make a
pecific determination for each
individual.
eon held in the Deauville Hotel.
The following -indents were in
! in the Confirmation Class
Temple .Menorah:
Be-Ha-A-Lot-Echa'
"Am} the Lord -poke im!o_ ^o-jc-w sayi'i :.
Aaron and ai unl i him) wn n thau lighle ips .
Chapters VTH-XII).
DEDICATION OF THE LEVITES: Aaron was entrusted with
the duty ol arranging the sever lamps Of the Menorah i I iat th
light projected forwards. Before formally entering upon their
duties, the Levites underwent a ceremony of purification by
cleansing themselves and their garments and were presented by
Moses to the whole community. Within the tabernacle Itself,
various symbolic act* were carried out which signified the dedi-
cation of the Levitea to their -acred service.
DEPARTURE FROM SINAI: Whenever the cloud arose
from the tabernacle, it was the signal for the camp to rontin
it- journey. Moses was commanded to have, two silver trumpets
made, th- sounding of which also gave the Bignal to march: they
were used, in addition, ta summon the whole congregation to the
sanctuary, to sound the alarm before battla and to proclaim
joyous occasions such as festivals and the new ir<>n-. Aftei
stay of almost a year, the lifting of the cloud gave the signal for
the Israelites' departure.
JEALOUSY OF AARON AND MIRIAM: Al Hazero'.h
nexl halting place, Miriam and slightingl; ; M
because he had married a Cushite woman, and claimed eq
uuihoritv since they. too. had received Divine inspirat n M-vi-,
a man of great humility, r mainc I silent, but Go I de I ii a
pillar of cloud and called Aaron and Miriam to thi lacl
here He rebuked Hum for their presmnptioi I Dii
revelations were sometimes made t'> other pr,!i '-li \
:<'ii- or dream- Moses' po; i'ion as unique, since h v as I he only
person to whom One! directly revealed His will. Wh loud
id .. ,i kiiri ;. v nfected with leprosj and Aaron after con.
ih error, pleaded with Moses for their sister's recovery.
Miriam healed after the intercession ol Moses, was isolated out-
- :. --. i..... foi en d ij -. tin minimum leriod :
tion leper I to the community.
n >\ ,i io th -Wil lerness ol a
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Susan Brooks, Deborah Ann Cai-
man. Cathy Cohen, Daniel Doen-
- as. .loanne Dworkin. Sara Esqu'--
nazi, Mikael K!li-. Fredrick Freed
a". D,".ni- Friedman, Michael
Fryd, Belina Garasi, Sujana
Bonnii Gold. Annette Gel
ler, Debbie Grimes, Peter Grosfeld,
n Klepach, Dania Ki i j r
lie! ae! Levine and Shelly I.ubin.
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June 17Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m."The First Estate"
(Reoeated on Ch. 2 al 6:30 p.m.)
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topi,-: -Drag Addict Rehabilitation"
Guest: Rev. .lames Tones
.line 17Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m.' Jewish Worship Hour"
Host: Rabbi Salomon Schiff, director, Coinmu >
Chaplaincy Service
Topic: "A Bar Mitzvah Looks \i Father's
Guest: Master Jeffrey Schiff
.'line 17Ch. 7, 10 a.m."The Still Small Voice"
Host: Rabbi Eugene Lab-nit/. Temple Nor
Topic: "Honoring Parents "
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A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 7th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
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AN5HE EWES 2531 SW 19th Ave.
American Trst'i- onal Judaism. Rab-
fci J Marshall Taxay. Cantor Sol
Pakowitz. 2
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BETH AM Clempiei. di?v N. Kendall
Dr. & Miami Reform, Rabbi Her-
bert BaumD.ii"! 3
BF-H OAVID W26 SW 3rd Ave
Conservative Hantil Irvinq A We>n.
gart. Cartor William W. Lipson. 4
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BET-l EL. 500 SW 17th Ave Ortho-
dcx. Rhbbi H. Rothman. 5
BETH KODESH, 101 SW 1?th Ave
Mouern Traditional. Rabti Max Sha-
pro. Caneor Lcc- Segai. 6
BETH TOV ,i-..,rlei. 438 SW 8'h
St Conservativ/e. Rabbi Charles
1 'iour Hlr.kei p
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SRAELITE CENTER, 31/3 SV/ .Tth
St. Corne'vanv.. rtabhi ''aul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
OR OLOM (iemple< 8795 SW 16tl,
St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot
I Winograd. Cantor Yehouda Binya-
min. 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Concervative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
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scrvative. Rabbi Nonnar Shap-ro.
C mtor Errol Helfman 16
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TIFERETH JACOB (Temple), 951 E
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi No
than Zolond-k 15
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Barn moshe congregation 2225
NL !?1st Bt. Conservative R.-,hb",
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ber, 7 on
Kfrechenbaum 35
H,IAMI MACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7301 Carlvie Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever
1
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Ill and
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in tin ir lioiioi
RETH I'iRAEL. 170 -.m zl. Orthodox.
Ra-h. Morde-ai Shapiro. 18
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9ETH JACOB 301 Wish'ngton Av.
JrthjdOX, Hahoi Shmarya.'-.u T. Smr
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamcnes 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef.
ferson Ave. Conservativ*. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor Dav'd Conviser. 21
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky. 2-
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BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGFiEGA.
TION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
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-UBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwa'g. 23
;UBAN SEPHAROIC HEBREW CON.
GREGATION. 715 Washington A\-.,
Rabbi Meir Masliah Melamed 23A
EMANU EL (Temple). 1701 Washing.
tor. Ave. Conservative. Rbbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24 I
HEBREW ACADFM~2400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
sr
Gross.
25
CONG. AN-NELL ,'Branch of Hebrew
Academy,. 7th St. and Meridi ir
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Sen
Hlllel. 25. A
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Sterr.
Cantor Meyer Engel. 2t
KNFSETH ISRAEL.~4^ Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi O. vid Lehrfielrl
Cantor Abraham B
MENORAH (lrnipTe-. o2C 75th St
Conservative. Rab'o Mayer Ai.ram
r in tor Ml s Feld ?
lv 1 i", |i in .-'. 'in.;.,, ., m
Hurry, i -|,.
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MER TAMID (Ti-mpiC). 80th St. anr
Tatum Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi Eug-ne Labovitz. Cantor Ed
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". h t%-Ut MrriirlMrtir
Pritie ll-A
LEO MINDUN
Ms. MacLaine
As Journalist
(Continued from Pice 4-A)
nary ; ; le, not only the coun-
try's le -. she found that the
Chine-- place great store by
"gath in small groups to
critici: themselves and each
other'
But re, I refuse to net ex-
. my generosity ends
I .imi in't take kindly to her
. a variety of oriental
encoun I lerapy, in which one
( in ight confess to an-
other : dreamed last night I
owned =. Japanese tape-recorder"
( li i ism).
To h the other Chinese
reply (with an under-
standing -mile): "That is a
typii i irgeois revanchist fan
t) s} f lonial adventurism, and
while j leHnite counter-revolu-
ti nai ti ..'at to the People's
K ipub is completely under-
Only don't do it again"
(critich of others),
Hollywood Happy Endings
Th ble Is that a movie
ai're- happy endings. But
. edentials lead m to
>he i.- ical \ i( w 'hat. while
M e h ard the Chinese
pi ici ves and i a h
i ays n ithing about
I i hinese eril
] chao or even Chou
i
the p int, she
. h thi i n her

( i a rt i i
I that
( mucht, I
f
of his
i
i in jour
all sorts of
I
rid e^
i latevcr was done
and even b fore
V the line of br ikin
: wire-tapping, steal-
peddling and other-
v itin the American
iras done in the
utional security.
5 a perfectly straight-
'atement of his bel ef.
, m loves the country
,0 at all of 'hose eaperih
its security ought
I tided in the eyes of any-
i i love of country as
sti en;
my credentials as a
prevented me from
I jht-hearted approach
nent that Ms. Mac-
I in her inten iews
with Peng Ying-chao and the
I ople generally, then as
live 1 would have to
king:
: of national security,
v and the .scandals lead-
Watergate are them
M th greatesl breach of
aritj since the Rosen-
li -
1( flnition ot National Security
f. i might be tempted to
president Nixon is
I ,; of that risk these
, b through Wate
h, n | rmined the pr -
i(] ,j a therefore the confi-
,. world in the t
nent to a tree and
i___________________
And so what is he talking about
when the President is asking us
to excuse Watergate on the basis
that he was concerned with na-
tional security?
Besides, in the heyday of his
investigations into Communism
as a congressman, the President
had China and Russia in mind.
But these da: he and his in-
dusti ialisl frii nds, the ones with
those heavy contributions to his
\ti~2 campaign, find it profitable
to make fat deals with the
Chinese and the Russians, even at
th expense of rank and -lib
American.- who will increasingly
be bearing the economic burden-
of these deals.
Reckoned in these terms, a
second question I might be
tempted to ask the President is:
What, in 1972. was Watergate
supposed to be protecting us
from? Who is the enemy now
the object of the breaking and
entering, the wire-tapping, the
stealing, the influence peddling
now that the Chinese and Rus-
sians are kosher'.'
Brazenness of Israelis
One final example of accenting
the wrong syllable, oi generosity
in journal i: m ?i ne awrj: A Ford
mpany tycoon expre d
concern the other day that
lis arc ti i brash. Only in
i I irv matte said the tj i oon,
Israel have a good reputa
lion abroad.
1 brashness, this
; .. 'i gives Is-
1 .. : OU1 hi
d. II for a

i> d
ol
but erfl backdi
i
i i this, to whal on it-
face appears w
cern I r Is lei a besl interests
But somehow, I can't sit till
for that. Something loads me
with the force of its in< vitabilit)
to think about the allegation of
Ford's growing softness toward
Arab boycott demands not to do
business with Israel. Even worse.
1 am tempted to recall old Henry
Ford and Father C'oughlin.
With such skeletons in the
Ford closet, the thought that
comes to mind is, "Look who's
talking about brashness."
The Sieve of Truth
Perhaps there is merit in the
belief that world events are
ponderous enough, and it would
be better to avoid the ponderous
of them: Chou is a sweet
heart Watergate was American
rugged individualism in action to
insure a Republican victory. Ford
is a Marco- Welby In disguise
with secrel yearnings toward psy-
chiatry. But in jaurnalism, there
|s a pronounced line between
lighl heartedness and cupidity.
In fact, the line is a sieve that
separates fad from fiction, truth
from propaganda.
Ms Mai Laine"s China n porl
was frank pi pa [anda II she
didn't mean it to be. then she
sin:;' ending
ts For mj part, I
rnalist who wouldn't
,., ..... i promise her no) to
preti nd to be an actor.
Advisory Council
Election June 21
Officials of the Dadc County
Community Action Agency will
eor.djct anrther election of the
outh Beach Advisory Council
Thur day. June 21. at 7 p.m. in I
h" >, Beach Community Cen
ter. 833 (ith St.
CAA director. Isaac A. Withers.
>x> I li'is that many of those repre-
sentatives elected recently to th
c,i;'i Beach Advisory Council did ,
net meet the OEO guidelines as it .
relates to income.
"To iiiopI the ni eds of th" r im
inunitv whi.h is dircctlj ser< -d bv
our programs," Mr. Withers sai I,
ergons mupt b elected lo :
Vdvison Coune'l who aii'Hfy and
can use the OEO services
Flyers primed in English. Span-
i h and Yiddish arc b fin | disli ib.
uted widely throughout th? Sorth
Miami Beach area, and persons who
meet OEO guidelines for assi1 lance
an urged to attend and partici"at
in the special election. Mr With j
ers said.
Sapir to Address UJA
NEW YORKPinhas Sapir, Is
rael's Minister of Finance, will
meet with cabinet members of the
United states Jewish Appeal on
June 28 at the Plaza Hotel in New
York. UJA general chairman. Paul
Zuckerman, announced here. Sapir
will discuss th.- impact of the in-
creased immigration of Jews from
the Se\ iel Union to Israel.

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Friday. June 15.. 1973
Protest Meetings to Greet Brezhnev
Continued from Page 1-A
be represented at the Assembly,
including the Baltimore Jewish
Council, the Philadelphia Jewish
Community Relations Council, the
Greater New York Conference on
Soviet Jewry.
Richard Maass. chairman of the
National Conference on Soviet Jew-
ry, explained that "There is no
question that in the past year the
situation for some Soviet Jews has
improved, but the fact remains
that the emigration policy of the
Soviet Union is still selective and
arbitrary, that arrests and harass-
ment of Soviet Jews continues, and
that Soviet .lews are essentially
denied their right to pursue their
religious and cultural heritage.
"We hape that a week long se-
ries of events, initiated by the
Freedom Assembly for Soviet Jews
will clearlv state our commitment
o Soviet Jews, to their Congres-
sional supporters who back the
Jackson-Vanik-Mills Bill, and to
the efforts of this Administration
on their behalf.
"Mr. Brezhnev would have to be
deaf not to take note of the serious
nature of this problem. For one
week all over the country, large
and small communities alike. Chis-
tians and Jews, will hold vigils,
special prayer services and other
events to register their concern.
Mr. Brezhnev has already received
many thousands of telegrams in
the United States and in Moscow
urging him to standardize emigra-
tion procedures, release the Pris-
oners of Conscience and end the
systematic harassment of Soviet
Jews."
'I he West Coast Assembly will
take place in Los Angeles on
Monday and week-long vigils will
occur in New York City near the
Soviet Mission, in Washington in
front of the Soviet Embassy and
in San Francisco near the Soviet
Consulate. In addition, events are
planned for Houston and Detroit.
Early this week, it was reported
in Washington that the White
House scenes to try to minimize the pro.
tests being planned on the eve of
the summit conference between
Brezchnev and President Nixon.
Bearing in mind the "respect"
accorded Nixon during his visit to
Moscow last yeas, White Hou3e
officials were quietly expressing
the hope that Arezcboev wiLUfce
given "the same treatment" dur-
ing his visit here.
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had never heard of an organiza-
tion called the Palestine Peoples'
Fighting Fund. In the letters, the
Fund claims to have branches in
London. No.v York and Paris. All
the letters so far received were
posted in the Shepherds Bush,
Hampstead or Hammersmith areas
of London. The letters, neatly
typed in good English on ordinary
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Graduation For
Kindergarten At
Day School
Yeshiva Day School was to hold
a cap and gown graduation cere-
mony for its kindergarten clas.
Thursday at 9 a.m. in the Young
Israel social hall.
Members of the graduating class
are Mitchell Berrielle, Renon
Cohen. Rhonda Epstein, Larry
Hellman, Susan Laman. Heidi Lev-
inson, Brett Matthews. Gerald Ras-
kin. Deena Rich. Seth Saperstein,
Ellen Singer and Scott Stein. In
structors are Rae Hellman and Lea
Gill.
Limited openings in kindergar-
ten and in grades one to seven are
still open at the school, 990 NE
171st St.
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age stamp with the words. "We
Can Remember When Palestine
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scrawled across it.
Said llainanii, London repre-
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tion Organization, denied here
any connection between his or-
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Palestine' Lijkeralion Organiza-
tion would liHv (b state that this
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to do with it," said "llamami's
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"We condemn such blackmail
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been trying lor a long time to mar
the Palestinian Liberation move-1
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Page 13-A
I
Chase Federal Savings and Loan Association was hon-
ored by the State of Florida Executive Department recently
for its activity in the cultural development of Florida. Here
George W. Valentine, vice president receives the 1973
Governor's Award for the Arts from Gov. Reubin Askew and
Richard Stone, Florida's Secretary of State. Chase Federal
was the only savings and loan association in the State of
Florida to be so recognized.
Malta Plays Role
In Peace Search
i
Continued from Page 1 A
ran countries of a desire for a
permanent stability to remove
the struggle for domination of
this area by foreign forces, be
they American or Russian.
Concurrently with this state
of affairs has come the emer-
gence of a dominating country
in North Africa where Libya,
led by Qaddafi and backed by
the vast wealth of oil resourc-
es, is the rising star of the
Black continent.
It is clear that Malta, the cent-
er of military strategy in the
Mediterranean for centuries past,
seems to be ideally deployed to
play an even more important role
in this sensitive zone. By virtue
of its excellent position it can be-
come the bridge of contact and
dialogue between Europe and
Africa.
Because of the confidence
which Mintoff enjoys with Libya,
as well, as his excellent relations
with Algeria. Tunisia and Egypt
on the one hand, and by virtue
of the 'ethnic connections which
bind the country to Europe on
the other. Malta seems to be des-
tined to forge a bridgehead be-
tween Europe and Africa.
It is in the light of the above
that one has to keep in proper
-respective the recent visits
which the Maltese Prime Minist-
er has paid to Northern Europe
i.nd Africa. In the course of his
visits to Rome, Brussels, Pari;
and London, Mintoff has sought
tc achieve economic support and
co-operation.
The visits to Cairo and Libya
were undertaken to study
means of strengthening the
European initiative towards
treating a new atmosphere be-
tween Israel and the Arab
countries with a view to a
peace settlement. The Maltese
delegation also probed the im-
plications for Malta of the im-
minent union between Egypt
and Libya.
Efforts were made to initial
cultural, economic and trade co
operation between Egypt and
Malta. Even in so short a visit
it was possible to have a trade
agreement signed with Egypt.
In Libya the latest development.-
ill the Mediterranean were also
discussed and way; considered to
expedite economic co-operation
between the two countries.
Meanwhile, Malta's voice cot-
... to l) heard at Strasbourg
and in Brussels. It has initiate*'
relations with North Africa an-'
- as far awav as Chins
: ling a hand both economi-
anci financially.
H now looks ahead and could
pjaj a more important role in
anean affairs and help
for instance, to establish
tween the Arabs am:
Brandt Escapes Air
Accident on Masada
H
TEL AVIV (JTA) A sud-
den gust of wind blew an Israel
Air Force helicopter earning
Chancellor Willy Brandt and h.s
entourage to the edge of a 1.200-
loot cliff Monday. The West Go -
man leader, who was preparing to
leave the chopper, was sent sprawl-
ing inside but was not hurt.
Israel's ambassador to Bonn.
Hvashiv Ben-Horin, was knocked
to'the ground, and Paul Frank, of
th- West German Foreign Minis-
try" fell inside the air craft. Both
were treated for minor injuries.
The mishap occurred as the
helicopter, a French-made Super
Frelon, landed on the southern
ed of the Masada plateau over-
!(, Yadin. the Hebrew University
archaeologist, was waiting to take
Biandt and his party on a tour
(,! Masada, site of the fortress
where Jewish zealots held out
aeainsl the Roman legions in 73
CE.
r landed in a (loud
I and was caught by the wind
as Yadir, approached it to greet
Chancellor Brandt who was p tia d
at the door. It was swept back to
within 10 feet of the cliff edge and
came to rest against a pile of rock
Brandt and his party toured the
site for 90 minutes and then de.
scended by cable car to Dead Sea
level where they were picked up
by a second helicopter.
Irish American Classic At
3/scoyne K-C Starts Friday
The first eliminations in the
irish-American International Clas-
ic at Biscayne Kennel Club will
>e run Friday and Saturday nights
:he winners will be vying for a
urse of 571,500. There will be 32
iogs of Irish descent and 32 dogs
>f American descent entered: All'
logs will be eliminated except the
"irst, second, third and fourth in
ach race.
The secona round of elimina
ions will be held June 22 and 23.
Vgain two heats will be run each
light with only the first four grej
munds in each division going on
o the semi-finals which will be
un Saturday, July 6, and Sunday.
fuly 7. The final running of the
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fcricfay? June 151 1973
LAST IN TWO-PART SERIES ON ISRAPI'S NEW CHIEF OF STATE
"President is Above Polities'Ratzir
By PHILLIP GILLON
Pres d< nt
when he
to see P idenl Shazar
i
Joined then I Prime Min-
ister, c ibim l i isters,
il era of the Gahal Party who
had ju-t mi.-, ed a \ i of no con-
overnment. and

series on Israel's new PresnJ I
it


one o ODwe'ful nations
in tl "
i lost. E
h jokes. I his indical
P -::: it 'oliti al
dh is io
CO
fl
inis ions.
Tiic thousands of messages of
ratulations he lias received
from Israelis and people abroi.d
have all stressed this aspect i f
the President being above the !
political fight, a symbol of the
nation's cherished values.
Benefit Mankind
On one hand, scientists are
d with great respect in
! I: on the other hand, they
are no lonj i r v i rshiped in the
I as thej once were, because
of the atom bomb, pollution, and
other ills. .What does he see as
the role of thi scientist in a
modern society?
"Science is a doctrine at-
tempting to understand nature
by means of the scientific
method. Intellectual curiosity
is an essential need of modern
man; he wants to understand
the animal and nonliving
world:, in which he duel's. The
PRESIDENT EPHRAIM KATZiR
mho should control inventions?
scientific met! >.l involves ap-
plying to nature five steps
obsen ition, generalization,
hypcth rsis, exp rin cut, law.
"Scii Pti : >av: 'Nature Is here,
let's discovi.- what it's all about.'
They also say: 'Nature is usually
not i perati .. but she's not
viciou She plaj fair, she
the rule- of the
. ie' It would be impo; siblc to
t ; i' we wanted to. which of course,
i!d one dot -
"I have no cbubt that every
scientist has at the back of his
mind the desire to benefit man-
1 d through his discoverii .
even when he is engaged in so-
called pure n search, His dis-
c irh an applied by the tech-
nologist and ngineer. So we i '
wonderful gains and we do get
ie terrible things.
"My brother Aharon
AND OF PRAYER AND SORROW
In One Volume, Songs Love
By JUDY DRUCKER
[] MUSIC OF THE JEWISH
idith Kai
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Hebi v. ( on I ins. $15.00.
Pages.
V\ in Jud i E
to put to ;. th
il
1 i il- ; did i'I
in 1964, I 1 art-
P -
. i
i
and te:
1-1
i to
SI ha been immensel
. i "1 he Heritage of M
i mrilation of chant-, so" .-.
find theatre pieces that hue
I i us through our heritage
of J "wish experiences.
u t teachers of Jewish music
9r,i ?rious students complain
that there is a vast shortage of
i < *"
Judy Drucker is a singer, music
and religion teacher, and manager
of the concert series, art gallerv
and fine arts school at Temple Beth
Sholom. Wife of attorney David
Drucker. the couple have three
children Her mother, singer Lillian
Nelson, was the pianist-opera sin".
er who performed at the Metro
polifan Opera. Mrs. Drucker taught
voice at MiamiDade Community
Colle-e while working on a Mast-
er s d-?ciree at the University of
Mianv.
.
MRS. JUDY DRUCKER
material for reference use. Well,
here we have one. Mrs. Eisen-
i rceofcon and intuitive.
,,- have motivated her to com-
-'I- a volume that is the answer
t i 'r-o it Jewish music teachers'
r!ream.
Ttii H^nk is not a history, and
not just a song book; although
jns ovnr iiX) selections of
'">nlated from Hebrew to
h and from Yiddish to
i '- These songs are accom-
anied hv concise and illuminat-
hl Weal data, availing the
or scholar, information
chronology or setting.
WVre else, in one book, can
one find onf?s of love, of prayer,
of sorrow, songs from the Psalms,
songs for Sephardim, Ashke-
quote from Genesis, that the tree
from which Adam and Eve
shouldn't have eaten was of both
good and evil: the more we eat,
the deeper our knowledge of b ith
pood and evil, But we can't stop
our search for knowledge, we
must hop.' that we will learn to
use it only for the good.
"We live in an age when every-
thing is altering very fast, and
it i not easy to come to terms
it an American called
e shock. We need new moral
values, but I think science can be
of value even in this."
Who should control the In-
ventions of the scientists?
ShoUid decisions be left to
politicians, or should scii ntists
make them, asked him?
"I have no doubt that in a
democracy, the elected govern
ha to -. lei isions.
scientists, as citizens with
very special knowledge, have
great responsibility to make sure
that the leaders understand the
process which they are con-
trolling."
It is said that he plans to com-
bine the presidency with science,
has been given assurance that he
will be given every help to do so.
But he already works from 5 a.m.
until midnight or later: how dues
he visualize his future?
Wife is Author
"For a considerable time I'll j
keep on working with mj group
in Rehovot I couldn't extricate ;
myself even if I wanted to do SO.
There are twenty-five years ther?
and all kinds of research on the
go. How it'll ail work out I don't
yet know I'll apply the scien-
tific method to the problem,
starting with observation. When I
to the hypothei -' e, I'll
let you know.''
nazim, Sabbajh so
and Israel all accompan
tit repr idu tion
: md
I a w
i wl
' : to re it
of music and to i
with i w ap
of J li iii.
i i there a Jewish mu ;> \\ h
do the Ji i ih pe iple express
i >'erj tly i.'

so
ith O Otl I i' !
ir .. if rea< hing thi
i h i. ti
A Chassidic talc related bj
i). Spiv.i, national dil
I ii tion, tells of the I
ie who once noticed a con-
fused look on the face of one
of his congregants. lie called to
the man and said. "I can see that
you do not understand my ser
mon. Listen to this melody and
il will teach you how to cling t.'
God."' The man listened and soon
understood.
The music teachers in the
Judaic field today have a heavy
responsibility. Through Jewish
music, they can reach our boys
and girls today with the heart as-
well as the mind.
The explosion of interest in
music today makes it evident
that every music teacher should
realize her great potential es-
pecially being able to impart our
vast musical culture to the Jews
of tomorrow.
What greater privilege than to
teach Judaism through the arts?
This book came at the right
time. It is a "must" for every
Jewish home and every Jewish
school.
His wife, Nina, has just writ-
ten a booklet for the Ministry
of Tourism, "Hebrew with a .
Smile." His daughter k serving
In Nahal (branch of th army),
and his married son is at the
Hebrew University.
They wil keep the house m
Rehovot
"l have so much PI here
I can't just give it .p. Fortu
nately, a few mon:. .-. ago 1
handed over the administration
i,f the department U Professor
Sharon, so as to free myself for
i, search.
"We have some very | "'; things
going in our study on nzymes
what you might call
[ineering. Enzymi
lysts. For instance,
I renin, fr< i -!r>m-
of a calf, is l to clot
milk in the making
, to a '. as
il bulls to be
f
We had great fun a iub- i
! i, whii" i ie \
imachs of chick* ns i
set up a factory, making nzyn -
for more than half tin :heeses
Israel.
"Bui the implicate
sibilities of enzymes for indusl i
l.0 far beyond cheese How d
the enzyme work? Car e put it
to work'.'''
Like the enzymes. Frof. Katzir
is all set to he a catalyst >n Israel
society for the next fi' ( year;.
'Get Acquainted Simcheh'
June 27 At Douglas Gardens
\ "Gel Acquainted Simcheh'
residents of the Je i h Home
for the Aged and So.: i B >ach
Activity Center members \ ill be
Wi dnesday, June 2" at 7 | m.
n the Ruby Auditorium 151 NE
. St.
The program will fej usi-
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I s of both commi niti i
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[MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSflP-
WASHINGTON The more
ju learn about it, the more
Henry Kissinger's recent
lu-Miin trip seems to have a
-.Cmi-. <-nt> important message,
-Th* mcssii-e is thai key foreign
^BiuiiT.s like the Soviet general
sc<. tar\, Leonid Brezhnev, have
eon nc'ed that President Nixon
^H ^uing to survive the Water-
gat, honor II, n:v they still see
the I'resident as II.i' man to do
business with. come hell or high
water.
f As Dr. Kissinger himself has
often emphasized in the past.
any honor paid to him as the
President'- emis^arx is obviously
an honor intended for the Pres-
idem Furthermore, the Soviets
havi never distinguished any
othe. Wi'-i.tii leader, at any
rate nice I'lv-qJi n! Franklin D.
Roo-evelt day. a- IVesid ill
Nixon ha- now Ix-en indirectlj
distiii.uui-li.-d thnmuh Kissinger,
In tins. Byzantine matters,
there are always two tests to
apply to any vi.itor's reception
in the Soviet I'nion. The first
test is the amount of time per-
sonally given to the visitor by
the cii:M i.l Soviet boss. The sec-
ond te.-t i- ;in> degree <>i in-
timacy in which the visitor is
received.
On the basis of the first test,
the Kissinger visit was extreme-
ly notable. Despite all the re-
sponsibilities his power entails.
Leonid Brezhnev gave the better
part of four entire days to the
man from the White House.
Since Winston Churchill in
wartime, no foreign leader visit-
ing the United States has ever
had anything like this amount
of an American President's time.
Yet the astonishing amount of
time Brezhnev chose to devote
to talks with Kissinger was only
the first part of the message
from the Soviet Union. The sec-
ond part may be called the
message of Zavidovo.
Except perhaps by means of
a" U-2 or a reconnaissance
satellite, Zavidovo has never
before been seen by any spokes-
man of a major Western power.
Before Dr. Kissinger, no one
from any country not belonging
to the Soviet empire has ever
been invited to go to Zavidovo.
in fact, with the sole exceptions
of the president of Finland and
Marshal Tito of Yugoslavia
The place is the nearest equiv-
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Basically, it is an immense
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Moscow. But as a hunting lodge
it Is a significantly expressive
product of Soviet society.
It has external dependencies,
such as a large artificial lake,
on which Brezhnev likes to drive
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Bui Zavidovo's core is a wide
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tall mainly took place Bui one
day at Zavidovo. General Sec-
r tarj Brezhnev also took Dr.
Kissinger out hoar hunting
although the President's foreign
adviser might be de
scribed as a non practicing
sport-man.
The boar hunting was done
without undue exertion, from a
blind at the feeding place of the
wild hoars; but it reportedly re-
quired non-sportsman Kissinger
to don a special, quasimilitary
uniform. The czars also used to
honor important visitors by in-
vil ng them to go hoar hunting.
Altogether, this part of Dr.
Kissinger's visit offers what Sen.
Arthur Vandenberg used to call
"a vivid contemplation."
No wind of the substance of
the Ion- discussions at Zavidovo
ha a- vet seeped out. Vet the
main result is known, of course.
Brezhne\ '.ill soon be coming
to this country to have equally
Ion d;-eu.s.-ions with President
Nixon. It is likely that other
highly significant Soviet leaders
will follow Brezhnev.
Hi nee this part of the signal
- i i at Brezhm \ nol ono ex
pects lo go on doii | bu ini .--
with President Nixon. He is
i ager enough to do busin ss
with the President in the mo I
favorable atmosphere. He has
therefore gone far, far oul of
his a> to lavish unpr< ced ntcd
- on the Pr sident's
special adviser.
ll the Soviet- had paid comp-
ttention to an emissar
i i the British prime minister
or the Flench president, the
i -id! would have been a kind
ol delirium in the British or
French press and television. In
some ways, we arc a very odd
country.
Brandt Lays Wreath,
Recites 103rd Psalm
JERUSALEM (JTAI Chan-
rellor Willy Brandt of West Ger-
many laid a wreath at the tomb
>f six million Jews slain by the
Nazis and then solemnlv recited
it German, the 103rd Psalm. Yad
v'a. hem the memorial to the Jew-1
h martyrs of the holocaust, was
Ihe fir-1 stop for the German lead!
r who landed at I.od Airport only
i short time earlier last week to
legin his four-day visit to Israel.
He arrived at Nad Vashem in a
ilack limousine flying the Israeli
and German flags.
The building and its approach
road winding through the Join
alem Forest was lined with se.
urity men. Observers said the
ecurity was tighter than for any
other world leader who has visited
lerusab in in the past. |
Police checkpoints were scl up
very few yards where officials
'xamined the credential- of jour-
i.. 1 i.-1 ami others accompanying
he official pariy. Extremely tight
ecurity was also in effect at the
,'r, .irt when Brand) arrived. i
The Chancellor entered the
.Memorial Hall (lie floor of which
is covered with plaques bearing
the names of Nazi concent ration
camps. He stood before the huge
memorial candle with folded
arms and listened to Ihe Israel
Broadcasting Chorus singing.
Out of the Depths I have Cried
Unto Thee. O Lord."
Brandt was flanked on his righ;
by Yitzhak \rad. general manage!
ii Yad Vashem and on his left b
Knesset member Gideon Hausncr
the Israeli Stale Prosecutor at th
time of the Eichmann trial. Tw
youth- handed the Chancellor a
wreath He walked to the tomb o!
the martyrs and bent over to place
the flowers.
Then, n n e \ pee t edly Brand
walked to a microphone and re
cited the Psalm: "He hath not deall
with us after our sins, nor requited
us according to our iniquities As
for man his daj are a- crass, a-
a flower of the field so he flour-
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The Miami Friendly Social Club recently held a luncheon
on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1973
CJA-LFF campaign. Principals included (from left) Joel Sho-
kolsky. sergeant-at-arms; Max Garshag, president: Rabbi
Solomon Schiff, director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion Community Chaplaincy Service, who addressed the
group; Mrs. Goldie Garshag, "Sunshine Lady," and Julius
Rifkin, vice president.
Members of the Miami Beach Golden Ring Club ino- 3
recently presented a check for S2.000 to the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's 1973 CJA-EF campaign in honor of
the 25th anniversary of the State of Israel. Leaders of the
group include ^from left) Mrs. Sarah Geller, financial sec-
retary; Sam Geller, vice president; Abraham Pelch, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Dora Pelch, president; Max Beck,
vice president, and Samuel Epner, treasurer.
The Miami Beach Senior Friendship Ciuo recently cele-
brated the 25th anniversary of the State of Israel with a
luncheon on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's 1973 CJA-IEF campaign. At the luncheon, which was
held in the audilorium of the Financial Federal Bank, a
check for S2.500 was presented to campaign leaders. The
leadership ot the club includes (from left) Sol Siesser, vice
p:esident; Mrs. Rose Berek president; Isidore Berek, organi-
zer of the luncheon; Mrs. Elsa L>ubin, vice president, and
Harry Brown vice president.
.i
Pictured at a cocktail party on bshalf of the Greater M
Jewish Federation's 1973 CJA-1EF camcairm he'd wewfly
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Goldring for members of
M^ami Beach's Beth Israel Congregation, are (from left)
Joseph Sunsman, Abraham Kuber. Rabbi Mord=cai SW-o.
spiritual leader of Beth Israel Congregation, Mr. Goldnng,
end Max Gutman.
^Jewish Floridian
Miami Florida Friday, June 15, 1973
Section 3
BB Women Will Hold District
Five Convention Saturday
B'nai B'rith Women. District
Five will hold its 33rd annual con-
vention at the Carillon Hotel on
Saturday. June 23, through Tues-
day, June 26.
B'nai B'rith Women is an inter-
national Jewish service organiza-
tion of 150.000 members engaging
in civic, educational and philan-
thropic programs.
The convention, the theme of
which is "Passport to Progress,"
will be held in conjunction with
B'nai B'rjth District Grand Lodge
Five, the men's organization.
Mrs. Nathan Holstein. of Pitts-
burgh, Pa., international president
of B'nai B'rith Women, will ad-
dress the 600 delegates at a joint
luncheon on Sunday. June 24.
Greetings will be extended by
Mayor Chuck Hall, of Miami
Beach. Mrs. Arthur Horwitz. pres-
ident of B'nai B'rith Women Dis-
trict Five, will preside at the
women's opening session, and Miss
Miriam Albert, executive director,
of B'nai B'rith will greet the con-
vention.
Morris Cohen, director. Division
Service Development and Review
Administration on Aging. Depart-
ment of Health. Education and
Welfare, will address a joint Oneg
Shabbat for both women 3nd men
on Saturday afternoon. June 23.
on "To Grow OlderProblem or
Potential?"
Sunday afternoon the women
will hold workshops on the Anti-
Defamation 1-eague. current con-
cerns, and community and vet-
erans' services, with a fund-raising
fair and clinic set for Sunday eve-
ning, Additional workshops > -.
Israel and youth services will be
held on Mood ij
The conven'ion will close on
Tuesday with the (i.ila awards
luncheon. Mrs. Arthur Horwitz of
North Miami Beach, president of
B'nai B'rith Women District Fi\e.
will preside.
Pythian Ladies Meet
The Ladies .'.uxiitary of George
Gershwin Lodge 196. Knights I
Pythias, has slated a regular
ing and social hour Monday at 8
p.m. in the Surfside Community
Center. A representative of the
Fire Department will give a talk
on "Fire Prevention and R<
Squad." Annette Horowitz is presi-
dent of the group.
The Men's Club of Temple lnorctri larae, aL, -
breakfast on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish federa-
tion's 1973 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
Campaign. Shown above (from left) are Mario Ottner. temple
president; Allan Greenspan, chairman of the board.
Harold Zagon Men's Club president; Dons Zagon, presi-
dent of the Sisterhood and Rabbi Maurice le:n, spr: cri
leader of the congregation-
B U R D I N E 'S
father's day
SUNDAY. JUNE 17th
giftsmanship for dad...
F0:; ECUTIVE: Bro/vn S50
FOR HIS JEWELS: Italian black leaf er 22.50
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FOR IDUALIS1 N m. Italy.
Criss-cross chain links, 7.60 G $10
FOR THE SPORTSMAN: Set of 1 2 antique replica golf balls,
one modern ball, anthology brochure. $25
STORE FOR MEN. STREET FLOOR DOWNTOWN MIAMI. AND ALL BURDINES STORES.


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Firtel, Abram>. Binder Elected
To Lead Hebrew Academy Board
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Shirley Tragash Is
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j : Tragash new
president of the Ladies Auxiliary
fK-parUni nl of Florida Jewish W ir
.../i for
: Sunday dur-
(he group's 22nd annual i
at thi P..... P aza Hotel.
, on the slate an Mrs.
K el; n Ferdie ol Coral Gables,
-iiiii.i vice pre ident; Mrs. Belle
Swartz ol Coral Gables, treasurer;
Jrs Ann Marcus of Orlando, chap
iam Pauline Duke of So. Miami.
patriotic instructor: Mrs. Mae
Schi iher of So. Miami, conduc-
.1. in e Charles ol St. Petei
i. torian; Rose Lisansky of
Miami Beach, guard; Charlotte
ttjcr, recording, secretary, and
bo Haspil corresponding secre-
Highlights of Saturda) session
jm id'jd presentation of the
Bertha Lach Memorial Award to
Pearl Silverman ol Weal Miami
Auxiliarj 22-'!: Woman of the Year
ird to Ruth Burman of Weal
Miami Auxiliarj 223, and honor-
able mention citation to Catharine
Morris ol the Norman Bruce Brown
Auxl iirj 174.
Miami Summer Program
Hi. Hi,ll Jewish Student Cen
tcr ll be sponsoring a cultural
anil religious program foi students
home lor the summer. From July
I through Aug. 12 activities rang
in'.' from an Israeli Coffee House to
a eati e service* film festivals.
an in.' throughout the community. In.
forn 'lion is available al II: I, I
.1. v. i-li Student Center, 1100 Mill
Dr I oral Gables
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Wholesale Distributors of
Thi Edith H. I
mm m\ Award #aa presented I
lyi /. Vine ol Nort
luxiliar; B77 \ o is al*
artmenl ,
let!
2i'.', was given a citation bj
HO! lital la I '':
i i h n'ar Veteran Auxiliary vol
unteei ,m
The l>< partment of Florida pn
rented i ifl lo Mrs Haspil. VAVS
rescntative, and deputy Mrs
Unman, for th ir outstanding
nrk with patients ol the Spinal
' oki t mi at Veterans Hospital.
At the close ol the business
sting on Sunday, Mrs. Tra
announced that her first council of
administration meeting will be held
June 2\ at 9 a.m. Her theme this
ear will be "harmonious service."
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B. Master. Miami Bcacil note
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Honorary vie pres dents are
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cheese for real Italian
taam. And at about 20t per
serving it's the best buy in
mechayehs this side ol
Roma.
Cif.cers cf the Ncrth Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary o:
Doug-as Gcrddns Jewish Home for the Aged, were installed
at 3 gala Iur.cr.eor. in the Ruby Auditorium recently. From
left to right an seated Mr. Sophie Desky. coordinating
vice president Mm. F:c;:ces S. Gerson president, and Mri
- [MusMack treasurer. Fred D Hirt. rjMOrinte directc:
ci :.-.e Horr.e Mrs. Ice Harris, hr.cncial secretary; Mrs.
. ~=r v :e prewdeni and Mrs ze:~.z Horowitz cor-
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United Fund Appointments Announced
William S. Ruben, president of
Jjrdan Marsh Florida, will be
chairman of the United Fund's
1973 "Program of Excellence." ac-
( irding to Southern Bell vice pres-
ident Jim Brown, who is serving
: general chairman of the 1973
' lig.n. .
Mr. Ruben, whose responsibility
involves 131 major Dadc County
I rms which meet exacting stand-
ards of giving, contributing some
60 per cent of all United Fund sup-
port, chaired Unit B of the 1972
United Fund campaign and led his
unit to attain 110 per cent of its
goal, the highest in history. He
served as 1971 campaign vice chair-
D an and was group and section
< lairman in previous years.
J. Bernard Shumate, president
of the First National Bank of Mi-
ami, will be chairman of the 1973
'Sponsored Executive Program.'
Mr. Shumate will coordinate the
i [!< ruitnient of more than 60 execu-
tives sponsored by organizations
and corporations for essential, full-
time campaigning.
During the 1972 Campaign, .Mr.
Shumate chaired Unit A to its
most successful year. Campaigning
within major corporations, Unit A
produced a record total.
William L. Pallot, chairman of
the board of the International Bank
11 Miami, will chair the 1973 Spe-
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This year. Mr. Pallot continues nig.
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S75 Million Cash Campaign
Spurred By Sapir, Allon
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and Def Hair*: :
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Prune BDaartei GoMa Menr1 75 artl .
?..*'.:'. li-
ra*, s Geaaal-Geecnl ..-. New York.
.-.: Ecocoar:: Minister Ze'ce Sber
sort.:>pated. together ntt the na-
tional ieadership of the Is**.
Band n f '' "'**. *n a ~<=>Q Day
let Betaa :e let nor. U speed up
rtr.ittar -g Bond
:-.-- eek The .-.a-
:ed from
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Sam Rothberj en
-;- Lecar 5m :' PI
.-.-..a i:.: "i'". Lean K::-.-r.
-.: y. iBaeign ee-
chairmen Julian B. Veoexky. na-
tional caadnaai f.r rctjon Mrs
Jan Pe* iranBi al "*- na-
:wr-il Women's Division.
ether Ureel Bonds office
communal leaders m ma.
to ceaoej tnec on i ptrjMlU
person a^:- the importance af SB-
| pi;. zests oe Bond
is*-
in -._s.:s later tail r-oth to
fi
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Irwin J. Block President
Of Dade's Bar Association
Irwin J. Block, a partner of the make recommendations of actior
Cora: Gables f:nr. .-' Fire. Jacob- the association should take con-
ic*. Block and Semet, his been cercing minority groups and the
la*, no-fauh anto insurance, pre-
paid group legal services and judi-
care and pro bono pubiico pro-
grams.
-a;:.- :.:*- :-:..-:.-.2 Ne* Y
P.-..i:-..:.-. i BaMbatrc Los An-
gela Sai Francisco and Tore
v.- -; discuss the im-
BM : i" ".*-: of rrea"
brad a: the rate
of aprroje-a-.e.;. three tn Had I
month as e_ as ike general 6e-
ipaneni pi iifi mi to
irimrfiT r**il expend the c-.-tx: ;
economy
.v- ike Hnrnej eaatpaen reaehej
peak ar...v> Mr Alloc who is
aj Miruster of Education and
Cbltare. Israel's Attorney General
Me:.- Sbamgar Ambassador Sinv
:ni :..'.: ad Aiataanaor Mi-
chae: .\mon. Secreta-.. U lac Got-
r rniw nl of IsraeL *.il tour anjoi
cities the Uaitad S:a:es and
Ca-ada :r. a cenc-erted drive to
achieve the $T3 minion cash goa!
for Ma> and Jane.
In Greater Miami. Israel- Bond
leaders Bare stepped up efforts to
achieve the local Cash Campa.i
goai of S1.5 million for the two-
month period. Cash campaign
chairman Tom Cohen said while
the Miac; Jewish community is
(bowing in ezceDeat respor.se. hi:
corr..-n;ttee will :ntensjfy its activ-
ities in the final few weeks to en-
sure that this goal is met.
Swirskys* Daughter Accepted At
Albert Eiu-tcin Medical College
The acceptance of their daughter. Ot> has been announced by Ra*>
Raananah M- Katt by Aloe- Em- 5hmar>ah'J I. Swirsky. sohituai
d New Yor* leader of Beth Jacob Congrega.
tkm. snd Mrs 5;rsky
Tne wife of Dr Jack Kaa a
graduate of New York Untie?
*ge who is eaRcm
: rcaaknt :n ophthalmology H
BaBe Hospital New York I
Baaaaaaa iaici*ad her seoz-nda-
n a: the Hebrew Acadwaty
of Waari She attended
ra Coliege of Yeshha Can
far -"' pean and then enter--
tze of Caaanbia U-
.-.--.;. where she received a E<
ynors in 1972. hav -.
-. -. the dean's 1st for : .
- Last year she was enrol
i: Baaaai College, ahere she was
B lac master .- program.
Rabb: Swirsky ser.es as prafe*-
rj at Mianu-Dade Caa>
-.-. Coilege. North Camp".-
Mrs Swirsky. who graduated
aaaaaa cum laude from the Uai-
ictaaa1 of Mam: where see a
tored m educauon. has beer. aaa>
rated with Aubamdaie School foe
the past eight years.
IA AH AM AM At. I ATI
m j. iioci
.nstalled as the president of the
Dade County Bar Association. He
succeeds Robert A White in Uk '
pott
j Other officers installed were Een
E Hendricks. Jr.. president-elect:
Leiand E StanselL Jr.. second vice
presiden: Da".id C Goodwia. third
pri Go) B Bailcj Jr
iecretarj and James F
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Orange Bowl Committee
: Elects Six fhridians
Six I ridiani who are promi-
o. nent in u tporta an I
affairs have been elected as as-
:' the Oi
at E tttee, according : an
tl announcement rr.ade by Dr Wil-
ban 14 eal
- members serve
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Kamed In the am
re Edwin N Belcher III.
David Blumb
Planned Development Corp.: James
fet Broun. Southern Be!!: Ed-
L. Harkrader. Gordon Beverages.
Marshall McDonald. Florida Power
and Light: and John W. Under-
wood, senior editor of Sports II
justrated.
After the last hand...
nothing hits the spot like bagels & plenty of
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Jerusalem Day Celebration
Nets Histadrut $255,000
A seminar and luncheon eele )
brating Jerusalem Day at the Fon-1
tainebL'au Hotel last week pro-
duced some $255,000 for the His- j
tadrut Mortgage Fund, enabling
the Histadrut to build 51 new hous-'
in? unit* for Israel armed forces
veterans.
Dr. Leon Kronish. national board
chairman of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation, announced the results
of the communitywide observance
of the sixth anniversary of the re-
unification of Jerusalem, cospon.
sored by the Pioneer Women's
Council of South Florida and the
Israel Histadrut Women's Council.
Col. Stella Levy, former com-
nvmder of Chen. Israel's women's
army, was the guest speaker.
Rabbi Kron:>h said that pro-
ls from contributions to His-
adrut AnnnijB -ifo^ which pay,
8 .i per cent a year for the life of
the donor, are matched by the
ilntadrut in Israel. The Histadrut
ia- begun building S25 million in
housing units as a result of the
nationw.de campaign launched in
Miami Beach last Dec. 30 by Gen
Yitzhak Rabin, then Israel's Am-
oas.-ador to the I'nited States.
Wednesday's seminar and lunch-
eon was chaired by Mrs Harriet
Green, pre-.dent of the Pioneer
A : n, and cochaired by Mrs.
Mildred Sahl. president of the
idrut Women.
e Herbert S. Shapiro
in of th! Israel Hist.
Foundation legal committee, mod-
im on personal fi-
nancial i lanning,
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 91. (right) presented S20 000 in stocks
and bonds to Harry Lipsius of Philadelphia, national admin-
istrator of Israel Histadrut Foundation, at the Jerusalem Day
luncheon.
Reviewing success of Jerusalem Day celebration and lunch-
eon sponsored by the Israel Histadrut Foundation are 'left
to riaht) Mrs. Mildred Sahl. president of Histadrut Vvomen s
Council; Mrs. Harriet Green, president of Pioneer Uomens
Council of South Florida; speaker Col. Stella Levy^ forme
commander oi Israel women's army, and Nev. York Post
financial columnist Carol Rutgers Mathews._____________
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on Saturday
Ail Cheeks Payable to
Hrpeel Kamizrachi Wsmen'? Organiiation
Temple Emanu-Et PTA
Selects Mrs. L'ffner
MRS. JEROME UFfNER
Mrs. Jerome l'ffner ha-
elected to succeed Mrs Caro.
Grcenberg as president of the PTA
of Temple Emanu El and ol Ihe
Lehrman Day School.
.Mrs. Gene Brodie was elected
chairman of the board of the PTA
which was inducted last week b>
Dr. Irving Lehrman. rabbi ol T<
pie Emanu-El. Mrs. Lehrman was
elected honorary vice president.
Vice presidents for the coming
are Mrs Irving Karp, Mrs
Zebulon Brodie. Mrs. Harry 1 ewis,
Mrs. Scott Lipner and Mrs Ralph
Carmi.
The 1973-74 officers also include
Mi> Leon Silverman. Ireasurei
Mrs 0 ear Sklar. recording
ary: Mr- Robl -
ecretary; Mrs Frii
ry; Mrs
istori an Mrs
erg >; apl tin ai I Mrs
tichard Schwarz. advisor.
for memo Tship op. 3
>a-t presidents advisory
irere Mrs Joseph Abelow
>onald M Arthur Mi 1 -
klterman, Mr- i. ... Barri I Mi -
lilton Fell r Mrs Rob rt Frank,
Irs Norman Giller, Mrs 1
bei -. Mrs Benjamin ('<.
Irs Elli : Harris. Mrs Ted Hoi! .
Irs Sam Luby, Jr., Mrs
Mrs Ralph Schwarz
Vunes
Temple Emanu-El Salutes
Ils kindergarten Supers isqr
Mrs, Na >mi :'. r; -' pie Emanu-El
kind ol n pl<
Emam '" I its Lehi m in Day
for the pasl 25 year
iionored lasl week at a testii
brunch held at the Beat h
1 gati m
Among those join.
Brandois w< re Dr. Irv-
ing Li hi iari ibbi of Temple
Eman E Judgi H b
piro. 1 and Jn
erick N. Barad, chairman of the
tempi) h ol board.
Also saluting her were Vice
\I;i\\n- Ki-li : '1 ..Ii T--(i
Hollo, pa president of the
Emanu El PI V Mrs. Irving 1 owan,
one of her earliest students: Mrs.
Smanuel Bergman, president if
tiie Jewish Council for Childhood
Educators; and Mrs. Helen Gold-
man, executive secretary of Tern-
The Temi le Sis: 1 : PTA
.: by Mrs Benjamin
and Mrs J
with !h'e 1 ition to pr
Mrs. BMn l<
'M Israel .n re ogniti in of her dec!
ovi p .1 quarter 01
a century.
2 One-Act Plays Scheduled
'1 wo one .1.1 ,\ by I
MlaXfSan Thomas (.'one will b{
presented by the Dramatic Arts
Center June 24. 2;> and 2t; at the
Public Trust Theater, 3365 Vir
iinia St.. Coconut Grove The plays
"There" and "Organizer" will b.'
directed by Carla Van Tosh. The
' 1 liter is under the direction of
Robbie Arutt.
["im Sharpe, son of Mr. and
':.s. J. L. Sharps, is cradrc:
I Ercm Harvard University thii
week Maqna Cum Lr.ude and
will he University ci M
! ami Medical School in July.
rim, ex;;resident cf the S'uce?.'
' Council of Miami Beach High
School also headed the swim
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Friday. June 15, 1973
Berliner Elected By
JWV At Convention
M. Jay Berliner of Coral Gables award was given to Abe Horrowitz
was elected Commander of the De- Post 682 of North .Miami Beach.
partment of Florida. Jewish War
Commander Berliner who be-
came a charier member of Murray
Solomon Post 243 of Coral Gables
m 1950. served the Post as com-
mander for two year-
Mr. Berliner was born in Corry,
Pa., and attended public schools
in New York City. His family
movi I to Florida in 1940. and he
enrolled at tin L'niversitj ol Mi-
ami. He was a member of the t' n-
nis team, winning the Eastern
Intercollegiate Doubles Chai
ship with Pan. i in 1943
He has was other tennis tourna-
ments in Florida and Pennsylvania.
The new JWV state comman-
der's education was interrupted bj
three years' service in the I S.
.Navy during World War ii. serv-
ing as an officer for 18 months
hoard the U.S.S. Polaris. Ill- ves>-
sel was under enemy attack in the
Mediterranean and South Pacific
areas.
Returning to Florida in 1946.
1 Commander Berlin e r graduated
from the L Diversity of Miami with
{a Bachelor ol Arts degree. He re-
, ceived a Doctor of Jurisprudence
degree from the same institution
in 1949. as well as a Master if
Arts degree in I860, majoring in
History.
Mr. Berliner has practiced law
in Miami over a period years. Between 1955-60. h< served
as \ ice cha rmai I air nan
hi tin' Family Law Committee of
i ie Flori .. Mar.
A ii at radi station
v. ( OL in Columbus, i four
Berlii was
lUI
\
V, i.k Bar re. Pi
in BS' 'News i \
\
''.'. V -
'. i I
ij column called "Miami Report"
for Ni York
'Show Busini >s H >. is als i .i staff
contrib T mnis'
magazine, and nber of the
'i enn v. ril Assn. of
America.
Mr. B b member
of the board ol di I Beth
David ii for
the past two ars. II and his
wife. Marilyn, an artist, crc the
parents ol two b.>>.. and .. girl.
M. JAY BERLMR
Veterans of the U.S.A., during the
losing business session of the 27th
.uinual convention at the Playboy
Plaza Hotel Sunday.
Other state officers elected were
Harold C. Uhr of North Miami
Beach, senior vice commander:
Howard Melinson of Boca Raton.
lust junior vice commander; Ar-
hiir Sherrj of Miami, second jun-
ior vice commander: Allan Krueger
if Miami Beach, judge advoci
ind Herbert Dubbin of (oral Ga-
il''-, trustee.
.lark Bet man of H illj ood was
honored for his outstanding erv-
ice to the victor 15. Freedman P isl
I County for th
past fivi Bern an, a pa I
late a r. is
now a membt r "I JW V -
Policj Co
Dora Fn ii was
iied for pa
car to Ni ice Brown P
174 i Mrs, Frei dman is
nist commander.
Rollo Jacobson, commander of
IW\ Surl i Ie P st 723, recei
he Americanism award; Sol Lip
on ol Mir'' mon Post :
it Coral f: iblej w is honored for
service to the VA Hospital.
Wesl Miami Post 223 was rated
he besl post" in the state thi.-
rear and for also havj g the best
Vmei ii inism program, '1 he out-
standing community acl ivitiei
Sonva L. Kofh 1 ill Head
J
"Newest AJCongress Chapter
Sonya I.ibman Roth has been se-
lected president of Brandeis. the
newesl chapter of Florida worn-
was vice president and CLSA
chairman of the Greater Newark.
N.J., women- division She was a
recipient of an American Jewish
Congress scholarship to Rutgers
University when' she specialized in
community leadership and human
relations,
Other fficers in Brandeis chap
ter v. lien is located in the Wins
ton Towers, North Dade. are mem
lip vice presidents Ann Rit-
kin and Judith Schwartz H >se
' hnan, program chairman;
i ioid 'ii recordin | secretary:
Dena ; W tein, fund-raising chair
man. and Henri man, CLSA
an.
For informal on on enroll
t his
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office.
SONYA LiBMAN ROTH
. rican J<
on i lich received its char
the !>''< ot national oonveu
held in Washington, D.C.
Roth hat been associated as
i member and leader of American
Jewish Congress for 28 years. She
New Consul of France
al mana {<. for Mr 1 n in
eifiell Ave., sti has oh
tained ri m from I
Departmenl o th I I States
narj Cons i i F an i in
Miami.
Happenings
The Pierre Maude String Quar-
tet will present a concert at the
Main Library of the Miami-Dade
Public Library System on Tues-
day at 8 p.m.
An exhibition of drawings.
prints and paintings by Kenneth
C. Falana i- now on public dis-
play at the offices of Washing-
ton Federal Savings & Loan As-
sociation. 1701 Meridian Ave..
Miami Beach. Th? Falana exhitit
will remain at Washington Fed-
eral through July 12.
Attorney Joel P. Newman,
pa-t president of the Miami
b Chapter of the United
Nations Association of the United
States of America, will speak
at a meeting of the chapter in
the Washington Federal. 1234
Washington Ave.. Monday. Jun:>
25. Andre S. Bialolenki is chap-
ter president.
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Local JWV Auxiliaries
Serve, at VA Hospital
Architect's rendering depicts new six-story
design of The Tower condominium building
at Hollybiook Golf and Tennis Club, Holly-
wood Boulevard and Douglas Road.
Hollybrook Club House
Nearing Completion
Construction on Hollybrook I ill
n i Tennis Club's si million C ub
is nearing completion, i c-
101-ding to Don Ganger, construe-
i l coordinator of the new con
(I minium community in the r m-
I roke Pines area of South Broward
(ounty.
Already completed and in daily
use by Hollywood purchasers is
1 l of the modernistic, multi-
level structure. Phase 1 includes a
golf cart washing and storage
facility, men's and women's locker
i ims, each with saunas and
h towers, and a golf bag storage
urea.
Currently under construction
.- id scheduled for a mid-Summer
ng is Phase II ol the Ciuh
I iu ie. According to Ganser, the
2-stor> main country club facility
lie structurally comph Ic
: two weeks with manj Rnish-
i touches now underway.
According to architect Edward
Saar, design of the structure con-
s sts of multiple 45 degree angles
ing the entire 500 ft. length
< the building. Angular architec-
ture gracefully wraps the unique
. around the lOtii tee plus
h and 18th greens ol Hoi i
k's open and operating PGA
golf course.
Housed in the first floor ol he
i ain activity center are a dining
conversation n n anag< r's of-
fice, golf i bar,
cocktail lour.. nd all k'tchen
facilities for I n i ounlrj i ib
I I -;i". rlinp
stmcture consist .: i ard r 10m
; and a massivi ivhich
can be convert to .. bal
for large community activities via
a movable part m .' ]he
, auditorium ballr m n will \ Iso i on-
tain a food service center, which
connects directly with the lower
level kitchen, for >erving food and
beverages durinv oal affairs,
Interior desil ol I ie
llousi will i
completion of I
be finished in sir uci ks.
A major col >r I v arm
earth tones in I i Ids < nd
greens pin ..
en ale an elegant and res
mosphere. Extei terrai
. merous planti rs an as
some of v hi h arc two si
high will accent or
Incorporate* i ntral coun-
try club facil ai the com-
munity's main i i turts and
tennis pro Four ol 'lie 14
all-weather tei Durti planned
for the communii and the tennis
pro shop an st a few
steps a va> lub House,
Constructio n urts is
complete with 1 lal sui face of
green acrj I fences
the tennis pro shop will be open
i for use by Hollybrook purchasers
| by .lone 15th of this year.
Landscaping of the Club House
(rounds and the tennis court area
arc complete, according to George
Toms landscape architect for the
project* Black olive trees, palms.
bolt c brush, i rass. Dowering
plants and shrubs now ab mi
the premises
i
Because Hollybrook purchasers
receive immediate membership in
the community's Golf and Tennis
Cuib. they are entitled to full use
of ill" Club House, two 18-hole
golf courses, 14 tennis courts and
seven "satellite recreation areas,"
each containing individual recrea-
tion buildings swimming pools and
outdoor shufflehoard courts. Club
membershp requires no additional
fees other 'nan rental of goll carts
Development of Hollybrook will
ultimately result in 2,040 living
unit i di liibute over 285 acres in
a series ol 62 three-story condo-
'minium buildings and one 8-storj
r.-e.
n, an outdoor cafe with full and nets are l> for play
vieu of the southeastern fairways pending complete I the tennis
I the golf course, billiard room, pro shoo courts and
Outstanding Temple Israel
Youlh Are Award Recipients
lutstanding numbers of the
Israel Youth Group u
nts of awards during the
. recent high school grad-
(( ii monic .
Jill Greene, incoming presidi nl
i ; the Youth Group, received the
an Backoff Memorial President's
vard to attend the Southeast
Federation of Temple Youth
[SEFTY) Institul
The David Bernstein Memorial
Award went to Michael Festinger,
r wiy elected vice president, who
HI attend the National Fedora
ol Temple Youth (NFTY)
leadership Institute in Warwick,
Y. David Rubel, winner of the
iple Israel Brotherhood Award.
II also attend the NFTY Insti-
Gigi Levenc and Shell* y Seder
i Ceived the Irving Feinb
. nai Vward. Sel ctcd on the
, oi son | and danci l< a !er
will ntl .'^i Mf "^
rial ^cadi m Jud ca and
. hi return to the N outh I
i the Fall as dance and
i iders
.. ..i G< rstein. incomiti
,. | ... received
i H i
,,., i ivhi e -I ia *
er was : :-'
hievemenl in
l | winners will
5FTY 1 ''""
'' m nbers of I :' "-1
I receiving S
v,..., Jonathan Borns
Ksnen Elected Chairman
I -ai ''i L. of Washington,
exreutive tairman of the
. Public Affairs
Ccmm itec fl M a- clecte I
chairman 'nl eting of
\h( exetutivi I He sue
ceed; Ii of Cleveland,
chairman who was
elect'
BAL fE. iLA BAL TOKAYA
FOP h:gh holidays only.
WR'TE 6.T. P.r BOX 2973,
MAIM!, FLA. 33101
FOP SALE
- n,.j 90n ige, lmac-
u!nf home i .< '( Orthodox Tem-
ple, cloe to ol ''' 'r '
btrill -nter. No
. 65 i-28?
CANTOR SEI OSITION
For thn Hi{ ,or :l
ideation' Writ*
2?. P.O B> i Miami, F'o-
33101.
N local Dade and
Broward >unti 6 JWV Auxil i ii s,
this w ck include:
Norman Bruce Brown 174: Mrs.
Mae Sthn il>. r and Mr E -ie Ko-
linskj will service the portable
telephone at the Veterans Hospital
on Saturday morning \ joint pic-
nic will I" held on Sundaj at the
Main Pil Matheson Hammock,
Child Welfare chairman Sylvia
uiebman will have 20 children
from Parkway children's Center
is special guests, For the June
,9th social evening, Kirby Brooks
if WVCG Radio "ill be guest
peaker His topic will be "Flor-
da.' lie will be joined by Sgl
)ick Cargill ol the Miami Police
)cpt., who gives the airborne traf-
fic n ports over \\ VCG.
West Miami 223: v\ ill hold <
toard meeting on Thursday, June
II. Mr. N'atalie Rosi nb i g will
ireside.
(Hurra; Solomon 243: Mrs Stella
.ipton Lipton will service
.he leiecart for patients at the
/eterans Hospital on Monday. On
ruesdaj i i ning. a social mei ting
il the Zamora Ten':'!. will be con-
tacted bj Mrs. Evelyn Lowe, presi
lent.
Miami Beach 330: President
i at I ii' ilinn will have a so< ial
ng at the A i i I
Hall, \ Ion I. I u
mng, June 21.
Four Freedoms 102: i in Tuesdav
I Mrs. Rac Fcinstcin will help fi
patients on the 12th floor paraple-
gic ward while Mrs. Bea Schaeflei
rolunti ers In the records roi
ih" Veterans Hospital. Volunteei -
Will also work at the Hebrew Hone '
'or the Aged on Collins Ave,
North Shore (117: Hospital rliai.-
man Sara Young will service tele
cart at Veti rans Hi ; tal on Tues-
day. Until Stark will work at ad-
missions and Hilda llau ier will
! work a! ilie Dental I linic.
Hialeah-Miami Springs 681: Vol
unteers will bi in ing the telephone to the bed-
side of patients at the Veterans
Hospital.
Harr) II. Cohen ~v.\ of Surlside-
side-Hay Ha.btir: On Thursda>
lunc 21, hospital chairman Ruth
Spiegel will volunteer for telecart
service at the Vet. ran. Hospil il
i
Colonel David Mai;us 711!: Wi.l
hold a monthly birthday party on
Sunday for children at Primrosu
Cottage at Sunland Training Cen-
ter Betty <>tt is child welfan
I chairman, A regular business meet-
ing will be h Id al the Financial
i-al, \\V 183rd St.
Yoiwg, Attractive
\\ oman
with college eriutution, fine Jew-
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fine young professional oi business-
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Fla. 33101.
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Ben and Evelyn (1- n. who lead a busy, or one might say a
r.'ctkt 1'fe have a f:--- for tin coming months F
was the confirmation of it : "- I rtild Pattl from
iple Beth Am. where Evelyn h
tion committs This | i kend a. spenl 81 the Play
za attending thi "'.'' and JWVA convention, since Ben is
f the Soutl St 778. and Evelyn -
for the auxiliary.
On Saturday thi t a] family reunion
in .v...-- and wh re they will also visit with
Indi and David Styron. and the two little Styrons.
, ... *. a trailer cara in Kentucky and
tarn ta to attend the National Holiday R..:nb'.e
(which is a convention for people who own Holiday trailers
and they ju t cot a new 29 footer >. After leaving South
Dakota they II go into Canada and finish visiting all of tha
provinces they have missed and will return to Gatl nburg. Tenn..
via the remaining nine of the United States they have not cov-
ered to date. They will sr?nd the remainder of the summer in
Gathnburg, returning the end of August to attend the wedding
cf their niece. Kathleen Marks.
Of course, their house will be busy ai! of the time since son
Bob and his family have sold their home and must be out the
day Ben and Evelyn leave, so they are moving in. Everyone is
hoping Bob's new home w.ll be finished before his parents get
back or that will be one BIG happy family under one roof. Their
children. Michael and Carol have a few tripe planned thU sum-
mer with their children so everyone is busy. Only sad note was
the recent loss of Evelyn's mother, who had been critically ill
for manv months.

May and Sam Luby he's head of Luby Chevrolet and its
extensive enterprises) are taking their 50th wedding anniversary
very seriously. The pioneer Miamians arc taking ail their-chil-
dren, spouses and seven grandchildren to the Riviera this month
and that's celebrating The Luby offspring are Chester and Joan
cf New York City. Dr. and Mrs. Julius Whaglestein of Baltimore,
and Ilene and Sam Jr.. who feted their parents last month in their
Spectacular Bay Oaks home In addition to the members of the
family who gather d at the gala, there were long time friends
Robert Mach: and Mr. and Mr. Baron de HirsCh Meyer.

The only Spanish-sp< aking chapter of the B'nai B'rith l.Wnmen
in the United States is Bienvenida group 1403. whose float de-
picting a kibbutz was seen over Ch. 7 during the Israel 25 parade
I n Miami Beach last month. The group of pretty yawwe: girls on
the float were members of Valdot chapter of Miamfffe'ach. and.
headed by M>ra Reiler. president, they formed a human Me
north with their white sheaths and red pointed hatSvdepicting
candles. On Sunday. Bienvenida held the season's far$n*ll dinner
oanee at the Algiers Hote". Mathilda (Mrs. Josei Ventura serves
as president, and the affair was chaired by Blanche .Mrs. Jack)
Breitbart. and Rose (Mrs. Douglas) Rose.

Rabbi Sheldon V Ever, spiritual leader of Agudalh Israel
Hebrew Institute, will be honored Saturday morning j2 *we-
naony called "L'fruf." an ancient custom dating hack to The
t.me of King Solomon which fetes the bridegroom on the Sab-
tath before his wedding day Rabbi Ever and Reva Orimland.
daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Gimpel Orimland of Miami Beach
will exchange marital vows June 17. A reception ia hopor of'.tne
soon to-be wed couple will follow the unusual service Saturday.

Abby Pomerance who recently received a B.A. degree in
'. M arts from the University of Miami, has been invited to join
Delta Theta Mu honorary society. She is the daughter of Dr. and
Mrv Joseph B. Pomerance.
Another graduate is Alan Rosenthal, who received an A B.
degree from Cornell University in Ithaca May 25 A product of
mi Seni >r High School. Alan plans to enter the University
<.'. Miami School of Law in September. Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herschel Rosenthal. 500 SW 23rd Ave Alan :s a vice president
of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity.

Harvey I. Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Cohen. 14400
NW 2nd :-.- en co-nmisi.ior.ed a second lieutenant in the
- Air Force upon graduation from the School of Military
for Officers at Lackland AFB. Tex Li Cohen, se-
ompetnive n >r attendance at the
gn to Webb AFB. Tex for pilot training A
I North Miami High School, Lt tohen receivi
c be a degn fi o the University of Fl ri... and .- a mem
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Linda Susan, daughter of Mr.
: and Mrs. Louis Fa'.k. 4400 Segovia.
; and Terry Dellerson. son of Mr.
and Mrs. George Dellerson of
Miami Beach, exchanged marriage
vows on Sunday. June 10. at Kings
Bay Country Club where a recep-
j tion in honor of the newiyweds
followed the nuptials. Rabbi Nor-
i man Shapiro performed the 6 p.m.
ceremony.
On their return from a honey-
moon in the Cayman Islands. new-
Mr. and Mrs. Dellerson will live
, ;n Covonut Grove.
For her wedding, the bride wore
a gown of sheer organza with pearl
iace appiiques and carried a
I bouquet of white orchids and pink
I roses. She as attended by j
Herminea Canter, maid of honor,
and Mrs. Shirley Dellerson. Adri-'
i anne Belkin. Ronnie Mallei *nd ;
! Mrs. Phyllis Cohen, bridesmaids. !
1
Serving as the bridegroom's best i
man was 1 :. Gary Dellerson:
ushers included Barry Cohen. Saul
Kobel. St: e Faik and Jeff Cohen.
Now attending the University of
! Miami, the former Miss Falk is
a graduate of Coral Gables High
School. She is a member of Phi
Theta Kappa Sorority.
Mr. Dellerson is a graduate of
Seaford High School and has a
B.A. degree in psychology from
Southampton College. Both schools
are in New York. He is presently
involved in real estate.
Susan CavelL
Barry Openden
Plan Marriage
Mrs. Esther Cavell of 17900 NE
10th Ave.. has announced the en-
gagement and forthcoming mar
iage of her daughter. Susan Gail.
o Barry Irwin Openden. son oi
3r. and Mrs. Jack Schloss of Mid
Jletown. NY.
The bride-elect, daughter of the
ate Jerry Cavell. is a graduate of
he Hebrew Academy of Greater
Iiami. and on June 4, received a
iegree from Stern College foi
A'omen in New York. She serves
is secretary for the Academic
Committee on Soviet Jewry and the
3'r.ai E'rith Organization in New
York.
The bridegroom-to-be is a gradu-
ate of Long Island University and
.he Jewish Tneoiogical Seminary,
nd is presently attending the Mas-
pi grams at JTS and Teach-
;- College. He is currently em-
ployed as a teacher of I
he V V k school system.
The coupli r:> in Sep-
' tember.
Maland-Roth
For her wedding to Robert Cary
Maland on Saturday. June 9. the
former Jill Ellen Roth selected a
gown of silk organza over peau de
soie and carried an arrangement
jf Spring flowers. Attending the
couple were the bride's sister. Mrs.
Jerry Carney, and Steven A.
Maland. brother of the bridegroom.
Rabbi Fred Raskind of Green-
rille. S. C. officiated at the
ceremony hei. at sunset in the
Skyline Lodge. Highlands. N. C.
a receptiud followed the nuptials.
Parents of the newiyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Roth. 927
Hardee Rd.. Coral Gables, and Mi
and Mrs. Richard Maland. 2345
SW 25th St.
Following a honeymoon in North
Carolina, the couple will live in
Gainesville where they are both
mending the University of Flor-
ida. Mrs. Maland. a graduate of
Co.al Gables High School, is en-
rolled in the University's School
)f Nursing. She is a member of
Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority.
Her husband, who will be at-
ending the University's School of
Law. is also a graduate of Corai
Gables High School, and belongs
to Pi Lamda Phi fraternity.
Made-in-Miami Film
Opens Here July 13
Ed Stern, vice president of Wo
retc3 Theatres, has announced
hat "Lady Ice." a jewel heist caper
filmed mostly throughout Greater
Miami, will begin its world pre
niere engagements Friday. July
3. at the Patio. Byron. Twin i.
Vlayfair. Parkway. Hallandalc and
Plaza (Hollywood) theatres.
Films opening this Friday in-
clude "Lady Caroline Lamb" at
he Mayfair and Surf, and "Theatre
>f Blood" starring Vincent Price
at the Coral Way Drive-In and
"laminj- Theatre.
MM. MOSHl ADlf*
Adler-Silberman
Marcia Joy Silbermann and
Mosbe Adler were married Sunday.
!une 10. at Beth Torah Congrega-
n. North Miami Beach.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
ilrs. Lou Silbermann. East Palatka.
graduated from Palatka South
ligh School with honors, and is
in honor student at the University
uf Florida in Gainesville.
The degroom. son of Rev
and Mrs. Mordechai Adler. North
Miai. Beach, graduated from
Nortn Miami High School. He is
ilso an honor student at the Uni-
versity of Florida.
Whines Of Poster
Contest Announced
The winners of the "Israel 25'
oster contest for elementary and
ligh school -tudent* have be?n
mnounced ty the YM-YWHA of
Jreater Miami.
The committee of judges, in-
luding Charles King. Zvi Berger.
^ran Levey and Alan Just, selected
BuildiQa A Future On The Past"
iy Gina Ferron. age 9. of Highland
Jaks Elementary School, as the
irst p'ace winner in the elemen-
tary school category. Second place
v's a tie between June Tasah of
Norwood and Laurie Moss of High-
land Oaks.
In the high school division, first
place was a tie between Maris Vic-
tor and Rogelio Martinez. Jr., of
Miami Edison, with second place
awarded to Richard Goodman of
'ohn F. Kennedy Junior High
-ohool.
CANTOR EDWARD
SIMONS
WANTS POSITION FOt HIGH HOIY
DAYS. 15 years Contor in Beston
proper, now residing of Eden Isles,
NMB. 671-1214, 671-2461.
Mvlanie Rome,
Jay Samuelson
Are Engaged
Rome of 8667 SW
no ic thi
. .".:. r. tfelanie
i Samuelson.
bi m-e;ect is the
Mrs Joseph Samel-
SW 36th Ave.
The is planned ft
Everglades School
Creative Dramatics
A Summer Program
1973
Professional Instruction in the Performing Arts
Open to boyi ond gi/ls age 9 through 1 2
No* aLic open fc age groups
5 ;o8
Offered m two four week sessions June 25 to Julf 20 ond
July 23 to August 17 9 00 AM. to !2noor Mor.ooy
through Friday except July 4.
The Jettie H. Swenton Memorial Holl Everglades 5 $1 10 per session including insurance and Light snockl dui'y
For additional information and application forms p'ease contact
Mrs Edward A. Flory. Evtrgtodts Schoc' ': G i s
2045 South Bo)$r Prone 656-5050


Friday. June 15, 1973
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MRS. M/C A. LANG
Lang-Kunn
Barbara Jo. daughter of Dr. and
Mrt. Solomon Kann. 4525 Nautilus
Dr.. became the bride of Eric Alan
Lang in an evening ceremony per-
formed by Rabbi Joseph N'arot on
Sunday. June 10. Temple Israel
was the site of the wedding and
tne reception which followed.
Honor attendants to the bride
were Debbie Kann and Mindy
Lang: Richard Kann served as the
tridegroom's best man.
Parents of the bridegroom are
Edwin Lang of Lake Worth, Fla..
and Mrs. Selma Lang of North
Miami Beach.
The former Miss Kann is a grad-
uate of the Duke University School:
ol Nursing. Her husband is pres-
ently attending the University of
Miami School of Medicine.
The couple plans to live in
Miami Beach.
m. mmr not/man
Newman-Rabin
The Diplomat Country Club wg.1
the setting for the Saturday eve
ning. June 9, ceremony which
united the former Selma Maxine
Rabin and Jeffrey E. Newman.
Rabbi Joseph Narot performed the
narriage rites, which were fol-
lowed by a reception at the club.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Rabin.
5800 Alton Rd. Mr. Newman is the
son of Mrs. Alexander J. Hirsch.
Vonkers. N. V., and the late
Robert M. Newman.
Attending the bride were Ellen
Newman, maid of honor. Jane
Michnoff. Donna Meitus and Janis
Herman, bridesmaids.
Best man to the bridegroom was
Martin St. John Jr.: ushers were
Robert Siegel. Samuel J. Rabin and
Michael Zarcone.
Singles Sponsor Dance
New Mrs. Newman is a graduate
i of Miami Beach Senior High
School and the University of
Miami. Her husband, now in the
field of life insurance, is a grad
Young Singles of Temple Emanu-
El are sponsoring a dance at Tem-
ple Emanu-El's Sirkin Hall Sunday,
iit 8:30 p.m. Under the direction; uate of Roosevelt High School
of Martin Listowsky, the group
leaches out to Jewish young single
people between the ages of 19 and
39.
and attended Westchester College.
On their return from a honey-
mood in Europe, the newlyweds
will live at 7761 N. Kendall Dr.
Social Club Members Raise
$30,000 For Israel Bonds
Members of the New American
Jewish Social Club raised over
$30,000 in State of Israel Bonds
er a 25th anniversary celebration
Jest month in the Hibiscus Audi-
torium, Miami Beach.
The club, whose membership is
comprised of survivors of the Nazi
holocaust in Europe, has as one
6f its purposes the raising of funds
.-tor Israel through the Israel Bond
program, the CJA-IEF campaign,
r.nd other organizations.
The Sisterhood supports orphans
.r> Israel: the club also provides
aid tor needy persons in the Miami
'area. Other charitable endeavors
have included the donation of an
imbulance to the Red Magon David
in Israel.
] Rubin Offenbach, who serves as
j chairman of fund raising, said the
I club will continue to help all Jew-
i ish causes and has intensified its
program in view of the increasing
i number of immigrants reaching
Israel.
| "The independent fund raising
j efforts of the New American Jew-
' ish Social Club on behalf of Israel
jiepresents the true, personal ded-
ication of people who have known
.-uffering. who have achieved dig-
' nity in the United States, and who
; now wish to help their fellow Jews
have the kind of life they have
I been fortunate enough to be able
1 to attain." declared Milton M. Par-
son. director of Israel Bonds in
South Florida.
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The Miami Beach Music & Arts
League will hold auditions for
scholarship awards to talented art-
IMS, both instrumental and vocal,
who want to make a career in
music.
Students can apply for scholar-
hips bj sending name, address,
ige, telephone number, resume,
"- :> ..minion chair-
mar Louis Siegel, 131315th St..
\|>t. 3. Mii mi Beach, Florida 33139,
The first auditions will be held
June 30.
Mr Siegel and president of the
Reiser, presented
awards -(.tailing more than $3,000
'his year to six artists at the an-
tual scholarship talent showcase
concert at thi .Miami Beach Audi-
orium.
The Florida Fine Arts Council
ccently awarded the .Miami Beacn
ilusic and Aits League a grant of
J3.E00 to assist in the maintenance
jf this scholarship program.
Speed at 7 Furlongs
Speed at seven furlongs is the
Saturday theme at Calder Race
Jourse. The featured event on the
10 race program is the $10,000
added Hollywood Handicap for
three-year-olds and older at seven
furlongs. Twentv-six nominees are
candidates for this race with the
irilliant Willmar heading the
roster.
Lorber Members Attending
Annual CARIH Confab
Mrs. Sam Grecnfeder will lead i Lorber Chapter is also celebrating
?he Lorber delegation to the 66th | its 25th year as an auxiliary.
annual .National Auxiliaries Con-, other delegates attending the
convention are Mrs. Sidney Koren.
Mrs. Sam Ofgang, Mrs. Robert
Garvett, Mrs. Harvey Robbins and
Mrs. Herbert Aumont. All of the
delegates will be accompanied by
their husbands.
In 1972 Lorber won the coveted
Fannie K. Lorber Award, symbolic
Of having achieved the highest
fund raising income in its category.
Awards were also won for the high-
est percentage increase in purse
and for the largest chapter attain-
ment of life members.
The delegates attending the con-
vention will represent the more
than 25.000 CARIH volunteers
located in every major city in the
United States and Canada, who
labor to raise two-thirds of the
funds necessary to support
CARIH's world-famous child care
and treatment program.
vention of CARIH, the Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital at Denver. Mrs. Green-
feder was recently installed for a i
second term as president of the
chapter and will be taking with j
her a record purse of over $46,000 j
raised by members this past year. (
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Friday, June ".5 13"3
Jewish National Fund Holds Annual Bikurim Festival
The Jewish Calendar
3733
1973
Roh Hodesh Tomiiui July 1
Fast o' Tommuz TuM JWv /
Rosh Hodesh Av Man. July O
Fast ot Av Auo 7
-M!h Hod 5734 19' r3
Rosh Hoshonoh Tl Sot. Sp1 Sect. 17 ri
Fost o( (coal a
Vom Kippor Serf. Oet. t
First Doy ot Succolh Tm Oct. ii
Fcat < Conclusion T"-urs. Oc -
SlmchoHl Tcroh Fri Ocl i
Rosh Hodh Melhvon Oct.. tiOV .i
Rosh Hcdt h Kulev ,-j
F.rst Do, Honukoh Thu'i Wed, Dec M
Rosh Hodfsh Tfves ;
,4/1 8acr*4 Occasions commeium
on tin: preceding i v nJ*0 s.inset
Bikurim Festival participants included, f.'om left to right,
(seated1 Mrs. Israel Schwaitz. Mrs. Fannie Barad, Mrs. Moe
Reiffen and Mrs. Tcby Schachter; (standing) Israel Schwartz,
Mrs. Kathy Schwarz, Mrs. Gus Mentz, Dr. Irving Lehrman,
Judge Zev W. Koqan, Mrs. Myron Cramer, Mr. Cramer, Moe
Reifien and Mrs. Yaffe Dermer.
The JNF-Kneseth Israel banquet honorees
were Mr. and Mrs Louis Uuoun, (center*
humanitarians, philanthropist? and devoted
"servants ru Israel." Harry Gassel, Joseph
Hoffenberg, David Eisenstein and Rabbi
David Lehrfield are at left; David Rothman,
Oscar B. Schapiro and Judge Zev W. Kogan
are at right
Guest of honor, Rabbi Ralph Glixman, (right.) accepts award
from Sylvia Fox, center) and guest speaker Jcck Kassewitz,.
(left) chief editorial writer cf The Miami News, at South
Dade He brew Academy's annual dinner-dance at the
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Friday, June 15, 1973
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int,k \ PLATT
Dubra. the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs, Murray Plait, will become a
I'.ai Mitzvah during the late Friday
evening services at Beth Torah
Congregation June 15. As part of
her ceremony, she will conduct a
portion of the Shabbat service.
Debra is a member of the Torah
class at Beth Torah's Harold Wolk
Religious School and attends John
F. Kennedy Junior High School,
where she is in the seventh grade.
The celebrant will be honored
mi the Oneg Shabbat sponsored by
her parents following the service.
Among the guests will be her
maternal grandmother, Mrs. Leo
Kirschen.
BARBARA WOLF
Barbara Ann. daughter of Mrs.
Joyce Wolf of North Miami and
Kuri M Wolf of Hollywood, will
observe her Bat h Friday
. vi ling, June 15. al Beth Torah
Congregation, conducting a por-J
t on of the Shabbat services as
part of her ceremony.
Barbara is ;i student in the 5th
gra le class at Beth Torah's Harold
V. oik Religious School and is en-
rolled at Brentwood School, where
is on the Honor Holl and
Torah's Harold Wolk Religious
School.
Jeffrey's maternal grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Robins, will
be among the honored guests at
this special occasion.
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MELISSA COLE
Friday evening services at Beth
Torah Congregation June 15 will
include the Bat Matzvah of Melissa
Hope, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Bennett A. Cole; she will par-
ticipate in the Shabbat service as
part of her ceremony.
A seventh grade student at John
!'. Kennedy Junior High School,
Melissa is enrolled at Beth Torah's
Harold Wolk Heli^loils School,
where sh( is a member of the 5th
grade class.
Mr, and Mrs cole will sponsor
: e Oneg Shabbal following the
serviees in their daughter's honor.
The quests will include Mrs.
Rebecca Cole and Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Cohen.
... ^
BARRY CIMBLE
Barry L., the Son of Mr. and
Mrs. Krik Gamble, will become
a Bar Mit/v.ih al Temple Menorah.
Saturday, morning. Juije 16.
JEFFREY SCHIFF
Jeffrey, the son of Rabbi and
Mrs. Solomon Schiff, will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday. June 16, at
the Hebrew Academy of Greater
Miami. He will chant the Haftorah
and the Musaf service.
Jeffrey attends the McGlannan
School and Kneseth Israel He-
brew School. He was the recipient
of the Presidential Physical Fit-
ness Award for the third time this
year and also won the outstanding | will be the maternal grandparents.-
sports trophy.a his school. He_js Rey. and Mrs. Morris Miller; uncles
a member of the junior
of the junior NCSY.
National Council of Synagogue
Youth and plays the drums.
There will be a Kiddush at the
Hebrew Academy following the
service. On Sunday, there will J)g
a luncheon at the Eden Roc Hotel.
Among the out of town guests
and aunts and cousins, Including
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller, Mrs.
Isaac Small, Steven, Matthew ani
Mrs. Michael Small from Chicago;
Rabbi Joseph Schiff, Rabbi Morris
Schiff. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schiff,
Mrs. Rueben Moed and Debbs
Schiff from New York.
Jeffrey Horowitz
Barry Gumble
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I ii celebrants parents will ; | Nautilus Junior Hum School. He
sponsor the Oneg Shabbat follow- j pfcya football, baseball and basket-
ing the serviees in her honor. The ball for the Xor-Isle Optimist Club
guests will include her maternal and won a trophy for batting title
grandmother. Mrs. Ruth Kravit of,for the summer of 1972.
The Jade Winds.
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TRACY CONROY
Saturday. June 16. 8:45 a.m.. in
the main sanctuary of Temple Ner ]
Tamid, Tracy Michael Conroy. son '
it Mrs. Gail Conroy, will be Bar
Mirzvah.
Tracy, a student at Nautilus
Junior High School and Ner
'.'amid Religious School, is a mem-
bei of the Optimist Basketball
Team.
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
ices and a reception in Tracy's
honor will be held Saturday at
ihe Algiers Hotel.
There will be a.Kiddush follow-
ing services. The celebrant will
also be honored with a reception
and dinner at the Algiers Hotel
Saturday evening,
to GARY BUKSTEL
Gary Andrew, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Leslie T. Bukstel. 1055 NW
128th Terr., will become Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Israel Saturday.
June Hi.
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Melissa Cole
Jeffrey Schiff
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Out-of-town guests will include
maternal grandparents Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Ratner of Oakland.
N. J., formerly of Miami Beach.
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JEFFREY IIORWITZ
Saturday afternoon. June 16.
Jeffrey Neil, the son of Mr. and
Mrs Arthur D. Horwitz. will ob-
serve his Bar Mitzvah at Beth
Torah Congregation.
The celebrant is a seventh grade
student at John F. Kennedy Junior
High School and attends Beth
Gary is a seventh grade student
at Westview Junior High School,
where he is in the concert band
and is a member of the National
Junior Honor Society,
being cochairman of
Club.
A reception and luncheon will
be held in Gary's honor at the
Algiers Hotel. Gary is the grand-
son of long-time Miamians. Mr.
and Mrs. Maxwell Hyman. Out of
town guests will include aunts and
uncles, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Hyman, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Sperling. Mr. and Mrs. William
Yolen, Mr. and Mrs. Max Bukstel,
and Tom Hyman.
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on flights to Europe. Young
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as well as now '"' "''''' to travel from Israel
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> El Al, Eastern Airlines Sponsor Series Of Tours
JE1 Al Israel Airlines and Eastern
Airlines are jointly sponsoring a
series of tours to Israel and Europe
called.,"Florida Visits Israel" as
p*rt pf the State of Israel's 25th
Anniversary Year.
The two airlines have combined
a special program of flights and
tours originating from any city
in Florida every Monday from now
rough November.
The one-stop flights to Tel Aviv
rill be through New York via
item Airlines and trans
lantic via Fl Al.
Shalom service will begin with
boarding of the Eastern flights in
Florida and plans are being made
{ an exchange of stewardesses
these Monday Mights.
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In addition to being priced sub-
stantially below comparable flights
j from other U. S. destinations, the
| Florida Visits Israel" program
i will offer check-through baggage
I from Florida to Tel Aviv, transfer
i service, and an opportunity to
1 travel to the Holy Land with fel-
lkal nonet
IN THt CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IV.IVINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
P IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
. MtOBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1143
J. GWYNN PARKER
8B:JBta'e of
NARP I.1VSHF.E
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I All Creditors mihI All Persons H:iv.
Claim* or Demands Aeainst Said
_JtMte:
Tou are herehy notified and renuircd
nreaant any claims and demands
ch WOU imv have atrainst the es-
of BEHNAHn UVSHEE de-
pad (ate of Pade County. Florida.
Circuit Judces of Hade Countv.
I. flla the same in dunliral. and
provided in Section 7.1.11'". Florida
lite*. In their offices in the County
thOUKe ill Pade County. Fl'*'id-,
lin' *!* calendar months from the
She first puhlleatlon hereof.
Une will he harred.
Miami. Florida, this 13 day
r> 1073
IEG1XA I.1VSHEE
As Executrix
Bnllcntlon of this notice on
> of June. 1973.
HERMAN. ESQ.
Jtcr Executrix
Hlin
^Blot-ida
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low Floridians.
The program offers tours from
15 days costing $799 (plus airport
taxes) roundtrip from Florida
cities. It includes first class hotels
in twin bedded rooms, compre-
hensive sightseeing, full Israeli
breakfasts, transfers and round-
trip jet transportation.
Other tours included in the
program allow stopovers in Rome,
Athens or London and include
deluxe hotels, meals, sightseeing,
transfers and gratuities.
All "Florid'a^Visits Israel" tours
will include special events planned
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Elhanan Segal, El Al district
I manager, points out that the pro-
I gram provides Floridians the op-
| portunity to travel to Israel with
1 other Floridians at "the lowest
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^CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELCffeNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
f-FLORIDA IN AND FOR
i DADE COUNTY
itOBATE DIVISION
'ROBATE NO 73-3434
eorge E. SCHULZ
phtate of
^k. RTTSSACK
rTICE TO CREDITORS
'All Cr. mi tin-.' and All Persons Hav-
CUIma or Demands Against Said
ire hereby notified and renuired
^K( nnv claims and demands
^El mav have nrainxt the- ea-
_ of LOt'lSK It IUSKACK do-
med lat. of 11 kI, Countv. Florida.
Wit Circuit .ludtris of Pade Countv
Ml file the same In duplicate and as
Wided In Section 733 .IB. Florida
UfUtes. In their offices in the County
house In Pade County. Florida.
Bfac calendar months from the
^the first publication hereof.
IC aame u ill In barred.
.,d at Miami. Florida, this 11th
Ujr of June A P 1H7.1.
HER w-: if" '" "'" "
NANCV HCSSACK l.OliltKR
As Executors
Krat publication of this notice on
th 15th day of June. II.73. ......
SHAPIRO. FRIED WEII.& SCIII.I.I!
irneys f..r Instate
ICOln i'.oail
Beach. Florida ,
8/15-28-88 i 8
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No 73-14?75
IRAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE CY PUBLICATION
the marri.'iLre of
WEBSTER.
WEIiSTKIt.
IblOR WEBSTER, residence
I arc reaulred to file your
l.the petition for dissolution
rria*e with 111. clerk ol the
. Court and rv- a oonv th. n r>1
pHERSiA.v nuiKN. i:so. i::i"-
ess Hide. Miami. Florida on
..j July IC lfi"3. or else petition
_j confess. .1
ated: June 12. 1!'73.____
RICHARD P URINKKR
Clerk. Circuit c..url
By c. P. OPEI.AND
11, puty Clerk
k0ourl S,a" 6 ,.-,-28.29 7/8
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LEGAL NONCE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\. iTIOE is HKHEBY GIVEN thai
i und. rslaaed, UMdrlna to engage
In busln. >- under thi flri > lous i nine
of INsrc.VNi'K SA1.VAOE AMI
tVIi 'E >F i'i.' 'Rl iM .1 nun hi r
. \ \v ith Vvei .i> thi Pity
of Hlalenh, Floridn. Intend to reg-
Istei Id .....n< with in. Cli rK ol
i c'ln nit Coun of Dade County.
l- rlda. ....., ... ,.
Dated at Miami, Florida tins 14
das 1.1 Ma) 1878 _.
il \KVKY SAMPSON
i;K' HfllXA CBI.F.R
CJRACE ROXINA
HKKNK'i: I.. SIMS" 'N
M. JAY BENNET/
Attorney for \polloant
I'7'. n E. i-'"''ii Street
Miii. us. Bxi 'utive Bldg
Miami Florida 88161 .... M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HKRKHY fHVEN that
tl undersigned, business under the fi.-iiixi_ name ol
SIRBL.Y FASHIONS '" 2 '' >' '"'
Avenue. Miami T*. Intend o regls-
i.-i ...,i.i name with ih. I lerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ldU' l.Ki'VKI. I '.A 1.1. ATE
IEG/U NOTICE
NOTICE UNObR FICTITIOUS
NOTICE ,?ffiE-,fY*0,VENthf,
TIC \ CONSTRUCTION COMPANY ...
4S0 N IV 204th >i"'. Miami. Flor-
Id'a in.....1 t "-'"; -I'' Tart
the Cl.i-K of the Clrealt Court oi
Cade Coun^Flov.daETTER
MANTK'. BARWOS
PAVRICfA BARRIOS
CAROL A. VETTER
Mvron B. Bermati. E|....... n
Attorney for Tlga Construction
Company
PC Box Ml-'' ,
N.M.H. Flu. 3"IC0
662-610J B/J..-1B-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
^ NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
hi und. rslg d di siring to em
usiness undi r
HIXTINO IMPRESSIl NS
; \\ v.ili si:. M luml Florid
il mis to n i- ,'1' '';''
lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
'ounty. Fli ____
tiXCIRAVINC IMPRESSIONS 1.76.
INC.
n ]"! i i eoi Duration
Cl'RT \\ El.I.IS' h. Attornej nl l-iw
Utornes for
VtlRAVINO IMPRESSIONS 1776,
IXC
i,i Almerl K
ora| s.. t.i Fl rlda 13134 ]y ,._.,.,
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN thai
he underslgn-d. di siring to eim
iuineHK under the fictitiouH name nl
CNMRAVIXn IMPRESSIONS at SfiJS
; \\ v-,ili Street, Miami, Florida ...14.,
ritenda i" n i '1 name with the
lerk of thi Cln uit Court ol Dade
^a'RAVINcflMPRESSIOXa 1776.
INC
a Florida i ornoratlon
;rilT WEI.I.IS' H. Attornej at l-aw
Vttorney for .....
5NORAVING IMPRESSIONS 17TB.
I;i Almeria Avemn Suit; 200-E
,.,-.,l Gables. Florida 38134
C l-S-lo-21
NOTICb OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
.NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT'OF I HE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-12912
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
rv HE THE UARR1 \';1- ',|'
OTTMPIA IXEOXART, V.
Petitioner,
ARMANDO T.T.EONART, Hu-nnnd.
to'mr'armando T.T.EONABT
(Reslilenei I'nknown) _,_,--,
voi- ARE HEREB\ .N"T'V, V
,i ,p notion for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed i galnsl you and
y?u are reaulred to servj i eony of
vour written defense* if any. t" "
o ABE K.iss. EHOriRE. t"ev
for Petition! r, whose nd.lr. m K ii
v >\- i>iti Avi nue. Mlnmi. Flormn
-'.<:-< i. and file thi rlj
v ih ih, clerk of th. nfc.iv. styled
,..;., ... or before July 1. other-
, ,. n .|. fnull '"H '" "t.-red ntmlnsi
... :-, the
, mnlalnl or petition,
.
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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: Estate of
SYDNEY CHREIN
deceased.
".i All Creditors and All Persons Hay- ;
ic Claim* or Demands Against Said
Estate: ... ,
You nre h<-r<-liv notltlo'l ana re-
tulred t" pr. iii any claims and de-
iiiinU.- Which mu may havi Mtalnst
he estate of SYDNEY CHREIN de- |
raseil late of Dade County. Florida.
o the Circuit Judu-'i* "f Dade Con
v. and file tin same i" duplicate nnd
is provided in Section 733 16. Florida
statutes, In their offices In Ih. Coun-
>v Courthoust In Dade County. Flor
'hu lime of the firsl oubljcalion her.
f. or the Rame will be ham
piled al Miami, Florids this 29 day
f .May. A.D. T '
MARY CHREIN
As Executrix
Eirst publication of thin notice on
he 1st dav of Jun. 1973.
fOSEPH SCHSIIER
Vttornev for Estate of
SYDNEY CHREIN
i'.u.'i Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Flot Ida
6 l--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. 73-14180
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: The Marriage 'it
El I' VNi >H LEE,
Wife.
mid
PI "V|, E I.EE,
Husband. .
T.. Fl.. 'in i:. LEE. Respond. I I
82n Victor Str. -i
v,,?. ake h'ereby n-otified
thai an action for Dissolution ol Mar-
r\HK, hn> been filed against v" nu
you are required to serve a copy o
,,.in wrltti n d. feiisi -. If any, i" "
on El'tlENE l.EMii'ii. attornej for
|. till.....r. whose address i- 2720 u
Flagier Street. .Miami. Florida, ana
flli ih.. original with the i I. rk ol the
ibove styled court on or before July
in IHT8: otherwise a default will '"
hi.:. ,i ngalnsl you for the rellel de-
me ml I'd In the comuliditt or petulon.
WITNESS my hand and tho seal
if said court at .Miami. Florida on
Hiis II ila> "f Jun- I*
ItU'HARD P RRINKER
As Clerk "ircult Court
l lade County, Florida
lly II. .1 E"Y
As Deputy Clerk
.. i, u II i" nil Seall
l,i:.\ll.l'H. ESQ.
Flagl. i SI.....i
llnllll. Elm-iila S3133
El IIENE
.:." \\. si
Attorney for Petitioner
C 15-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIV'SION
PRORATE NO. 73-2R13
pPi NK B HOWLING
\ RE '
MINNII-: M
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NOTICE -" c~r BATE
THE -
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STATE OF m_0'..l;A
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
In The Name And By The
Authority Ot
The State Of Florida
TO \l.l. TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SIIAI.I, 1'n.Miv tlHBETINOS:
Whereas. BERNARD FISCHER,
klinmi. Florida: FLORENCE M
FISCHER. Miami. Florida; QEOROE
I TAI.IAN. 'l-'E. Miami Beach. I'lor-
iln did "ii the 20th day "f March.
\ I*.. I9"itl cause ,,(' Incorporated
under the laws of (he State of Flor-
ida fll.AMORAMA, INC. n corporation,
with Its prlnclniil pli......I business at
\..nli Miami Beach, Dade County In
ii state of Florida, and h. r. as
suel.....rporution did "ii the Tib day
f June. AD. 1973 cause (< lie filed
in Hie office of ihe Detiartmenl of
State of the State of Florida. Ihe
documentary authority renuired under
Section G08.27, Florida Statutes, show-
Ilia the dissolution of such corpora-
tion.
\..\v therefore, Ihe Secretary of
Stati doe* hereb> .-erllfy t i Ih. fore-
nil thai lo Is satisfied that the
in. nts of the law lia\, he. n
. nmnli. '1 n Ith.
OIVEN und. r my hand
ami the tlreal Seal of
tin State of Florida, at
Tallahassee, the Capital,
(hi- the 7ih day of June
A.I).. 1973.
RICHARD I'l.'Ki ST. NE
Si crei .i ol Si a te
fl 1.1 7:i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XI ITICE IS HEREBY ')l\ EN Hint
undersiirned, in Iness under ilo fietitinus nnme
I I'E.SAII OF MIAMI, i.l r.n.1 W -; .
Illnleali : i
. ..mi ;,.i-.
* uit 'out i '' Dade <1( Aim \.
il
: r \.-i !;....- i IA.MI
r.OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
, iS EBV UP -' tlial
IN THE C "OURT
wn
DADE COUNTY f RIDA
IN PRCFJivTEE
N- 73-2307
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PTlCE UNC I : ITIOUS
f LAW
niVEN thai
un.l hi fictli
'.'' EN PR. PERTIES
; i pi .
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I Renri tatlves
i ml Florida iliis 2r,
fla> May. Al' 1973.
Samuel S, Smith
Attorney for
p el Brandt and M, h-n Frank
i 7 1 in, ..In nail. Suite B-A
ml Heio'!. Florida
Malei ni ii Friedman
A i ii for Jeri i .Valdman
ROC I' -ivlas Road
Cora' Onhtos, ."..-rida
8/1-8-15-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY QTVKS thai
the i" dersigned. desiring to engage i"
bualn n under the fictitious nnme of
GRAPHIC IMPRESSIONS n<
S.IV '.ih Street. .Miami. Florida 33143
inl.-mis to register said name with the
I Ii 11- of the Circuit Court of Dade
Counfv, Elnriila
ENfTRAVINO IMPRESSIONS !77fl.
INC.
,i Florida ronmration
KURT VYsLUSCH, Attorn.', al Law
Attorney for
\ IN.; IMPRESSIONS 177fi.
IN.'
181 | Avenue. P.......-E
Coral Gables. Florida 3.3134
I/1-8-1S-SS
ACTION FOR D1
CO*
IN TH E 0 'THE
EL6VI : IT
OF F
TV
Civ
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.....lilt.
o Ht'flH .1. iSEPIl l-.l
I :
Addr. '
ARE H! BY N. iTIFIED
i;i in action f' i i- <>'utIon of Mar-
tian boen flied .-..in., t > ou .ind
sun are required to serve a copy of
your wrl" tep defi i cs, if any, to ii
in OROVER C1MENT WEINSTKIN
- RTACBER, P a attorney for Pe-
Mtioner, whose address is 350 Lincoln
Road. Miami Bench Florida, and file
the original with the clerk of the
above tyled coun on or before June
:'.'. it'7.:: otherwise a default will be
entered aga'nsl you for the relief manded in the complaint or petition.
This no'.lce shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
n THE JEWISH I'l.' iRIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
f sail court at Miami. Florida, on
his ix daj "f May, 1973
Itl.'HARD P. BRINKER
C'.erk, Cir. uit Coun.
11 !.. County. Florida
nv it t: SHEA
As Deputy Clerk
fCIn uli Court Seal)
GROVER CIMENT WEINSTEIN &
STAl'BER P.A
WIN STAUBER
350 I in. n n Road
in 138
t i ner
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CE
NO "' 3PEPTY1
PIT OF THE
-T
OF FLORIDA. IN 4N'J FOR
DADc COUNTY
C'VIL ACTION NO
GE^ER^L JUR i I VISION
ACTION FOR DOSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
.. ,.f
rEMPl ETON, husband,
i
' ORNEL1A F. TEMPI ETON. wife.
To: CORNE1 IA F TEMPI ETON
RESIDENCE I'NKNOWN
Mir ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thtit an action for Dissolution of Ma'
rlage lias been filed agalnsl you and
you art- required to serve b copy of
your written defenses, If any. to it
on AKTHI'H H, MPSON, ESQ.. at-
torney for Petitioner, whose addr.
1 ir-80 so. <-.-.-1 n Drive Hallandale
Florida, mm!.!' and file ihe original wltl
the clerk of ihe abov. styled court on
or before July 30. 1978: otherwise a
default will be entered agalnsl you for
the relief demanded in the complain!
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive week'
In THE JEWISH FORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida "il this
13 dav of June. 1!'73.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As clerk. Circuit Courl
Dade County Florida
Bl B. .1 Fdl
At I. ii y Clei
fClreull Coun Seall
ARTHI'R II I IPS. i.N. ESQ.
1980 So i ii an Dm i
Hallandale, Floi Ida
nay lor Petil ion. r/Hu I
7
Harry B 71, of Con
Sunday, June l". Fori
trolt. Mi''' he ua-
residenl for Ihe Pi
airman of the h
retary-treasurer of P
, .Miami H.
i Oables B'pal
. ,
degl M .....''
vv He, \ Irgln a: a
i inldes and R si
. i......al Onble* -
June II at H
1717 s\\ X7th A e
. n m al Lakeside Mi
Morris Segal, SCHWARTZ
Early Miainian.
ies al oil
Funeral services for pioneer
transportation executive Morris
Pop" Sejtal, :i 50-year rcsidenl of
I, r Miami were held last Fri-
la> al Blasberg Funeral (.'nape;.
followed bj rment in Mt. Nebo
conV'Tv. Mr. Segal. \vh resided
at l Lincoln Rd.. died June 7 at
the a:;.' of H^ after a long illness.
Mr. Segal lived most of bis early
rears in Boston, where he was ac
live in real estate investment. He
retired al the i of 33 and moved
to Miami Beach, where he resumed
his real estate investments and in
1920 started Segal Safety Cab.
The company later became
Checker Cab and he was joined in
operation of the taxis and airport
limousines in later years by his
three surviving sons, William. Stan-
ley and Norton.
He also is survived by his wife.
Annie, a daughter, Belle (.Mrs.
Morris) Silver; a brother. Max Se-
gal of Boston: a sister. Mrs. Rose
Goldberg of Miami: 14 grandchil-
dren and 4 great-grandchildren, all
of Greater Miami.
NADLER
l>,ira Koretrky "2. a r.-el. nt of
.Miami Beach for ''" years, died Fri
.lav. June S, Born In Kishinev, Rua
sla, Mrs. Nadl.-r moved ; N,v
York with her family In earlv i'""1
A founding member nf Hope Sehool,
sh,' was named woman "i th. yeai
in if.;.", by Ihe Jewish Theological
Seminary. Shi was a charter mem-
bei of Brandeis I'niverslts ami th.
Alb. rl Elr >( n Medical '.dl. I I
bad rwelved 'h, Nutlounl Benefac-
tor's Am nrd frm the 'nioi The-
ol.jiglcal Seminary. She wa a paal
president of th. Am. rli an
Congress, member of ih. pi>ter-
h.Mul of Temple Kmanu-KI, H.-olas-
s.ili nnd th. Miami \v>.man's lub,
and was an In thi i inler ol
1-7.1 1 1 II Star tinil the < Ird. i- of
A niarai Hi SI In sun ived ii> hi r
husband, Joseph: a son. Paul Sierler; ;
two brothers, l.eo and Boris Bur-1
wasser: two sisters. Mr. Tanya |
Ji \ ii- and Mrs, .i rler: five
grandchildren ami l\y i greai crand- |
. Inliii. ii Si n ii Were lli Id II III _
in Temnle Kmanu-KI, Miami H.ach,
with lliverslde Alton ltd. Chapel in'
charge, i
1 le* died .
. of 11, J
bn i._
He* ~
i il and sec-
n Tn.lus-
i
Ih and tlir-
a :2nd
i '
i alii (
... Si

Chapel.
I by i 11 -
,.i i
Ethel H.. *S, of i! i ia (Vve..
Coral tlables. passed
K0VACS
Ethel h
Coral Hal
June R. I Irnveslde set < -' n.-iii
siiini.i\. .lun.' 1". at JI C. iii-
tery under the dlrectto I Gordon
Puni ral Home. Mrs 1- Is sur-
vived by a -on-in-ia'.. id daugh-
ter M)' and Mrs' M< ei baura
of 'Miami, and a grand. l.t Bt. v-
,n llnsi nliaum of Fl N.C
Shapiro. Ev. lyn M B Riv. rsldc
SILVERSTEIN. K.1, H..I
wood iordon
SOBIN. Freda, nf Miami Irf-vllt
STKIX. Mann- ol lit Ith en Ide
WOHLFELD. I>l 7" l.\l.\. r
Av. floi tl .a
IIAHItKTT, .1......1 -". M.IV
II rside
BLUM. Mil" t i Smith M .
Riverside
HELLER. St 71. 2.101 C Mil
. M It Coi
HIRSCH. '.,... f M.1J. I.
ROSS
WRUBEL. ,l"t T.'i. of M.l
D' OFIELD. I., .... i!4 kliun
Bi.'i.LIANT, Ji i
le
FREEDMAN, "
urdon
SFELD. I
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EHRLICH,

BESKIN,
I
ARONSON. II t i. A 7
II 111.
FRIDKIN. Oscar. SS, 1- -v H2nd
-, i:.\ er> Ide
greengard, Sarah 1' I MB.
Kiv.-i side
HAGGIN, Samuel. 7:1. Ml Mh St.
MB. Riverside,
KLEIN, Blias, 40. 71-7 NV- : th St.
Interment Mt. Sinai
MEYERS. A. Harry. .:'. NMB.
smith. William, 80, I5< t Rd..
MB. Bluaberg. *
WEBSTER, It. nno Hat: u f., of
MB. Riverside Int. rm< Mt
BARER. < 'ii. 88, of MB HlTeraide.
Interment Mt. N.-lio.
BARR. Mary. 80, 8451 S\V -t St,
lordon.
COHEN. Lena, of MB. !- -
COHEN. Barney A.. 88. I Hallan-
dal.. Itivi-rsiile. Ind tit Mt.
Sinai.
COHEN. Sarah. 7.7. S621 .its Ave..
MB, Gordon.
MARTIN. Joseph 0.. 6. lolly-
wo.nl. Riverside. Inten ML
ORLIKOFF. l.ia Tl.. 7.'. MB.
SHULSINGER, Mary. 83. "40 NK
9th Ave l!iv,i siil. .
SPIWAK. Sophie, ^7-'. "i MB River-
side
supper. Bertha, 76. of Rlver-
THUM. All,.il It.. 53, 7.'" .' 'm Ave..
MB. Riverside.
baytel. Moses M.. 7S, Miami.
Ith 11 siil.-. Interment S i1"
BROWN. Helen tievl, Miami.
Klverslde,
IGER. Florence It.. 76, I N. rth
Miami Itiv. rsiil.-.
KESSLER. Louie. 76, o1 : IB.
(lordon.
LEAR, Sally, (iO, of Hal I.....le. Rlver-
-li. h -. rment Mt SI
NASHER, l-rael. 80, of It- l.vwood.
Itiverside. .
RUSSACK. I.oui-. 17.....I i. C4. ol
MB. Riverside.
TbCHMAN. Mly< r, 79,
Cordon.
wallenstein. Abe, of Miami.
Riverside. Interm. nl N< bo.
JEFFER
II VERAL HOME* AC.
DIRECTORS
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Friday, Jur.e 15, 1973
+Jeisti fkriWfam
i
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICi
Page 13 3
NOTtCtf UNDER FICTITIOUS
name LAW
NOTICE I.- i i:I: !-:r*V OIVKN that
the urt'lrUili<- in
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL COURT
IN AND FO*
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THB CIRCLII COUriT O^ THE
ELEVENTH JUO'CIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
I EON A. El'.- :i\
'Alton .a:
In p. .i
'Cditim-: Beadi I' .
HELEN M. LOWELL.
Itcsnomlent.
I'u: HELEN .\| LOWELL
181 i k-eun Park Itoulev ird
'S5 6 1-S-I5 Santa Mi.nii .i. I ;. I; i ., ., :,n|n::
>>r mm: notified ihHt ., Peti-
MAR\ l.\ uCEKX.
Rennondent.
TO: MARVIN QUEEN
i"i'" Orchard Avenue
Aurora. Ohio
IN HE: THE MARRIA'IE OF
I.IZZIK ROBINSON
mil
WILLIAM MIKE i:< u-.ixsnx
TO: IVILI IA.M MIKE KOIMNSON
residence i \k \, ,\\ \
LEGAL tOTlCt
IN THE CIRCUIT Jl DCK'S C
IN AND "OR
DADE COl'NTY FLORIDA
IN PROE VIE
No. 72-4078n Dowling)
In RE: I .-.-
PACI.INE HI.I I'll) >\\ si. \
Dcci ,-. <
NOTICE TO CF.EDITORS
"" All Cred I .\I I'cru :' .v-
''.,,in- nr I), in Ik Ami i
Exlilti :
Vi>u iiri hereby i mifii ,i :u,d ,...
uuir. il to ......mi nnj ,1.., ., .
mnnd* win, ii m.u m:;j haw iikh -i
ih,
NWT'
lie ttr Ii
(ilMn.
P. HI
tarhA.
thfr Circuit
Florida.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
fH THB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
fcZ DADE COUNTY.
NO. 73-12190
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN IIP: Tin: m vi:i:i \'.'i: < >k
Ai(\AJ.r>>i ni: i \ i'i:rz i.f. .\.
. Husband. l'i :;' 'ih i ,
TIOXIFA M Mi \1 IS I.EnV.
\\ lf Rea..... el
TO: .Mrs. Tior. Maua'i- I..;
...(Central l: m .
raeu.i. ni. .
vor aim : ii:i:i:i:v \.. ri im i-:r.
that air actin: I >i.-m.|iii i......i Mar-
rituce has hi- ni. il auninst m.u ami
f>a are rmun. i miiv a ...py "i
;>ur written ii i:
mi ABE KOSS u, : i,.i i'. r. ,.
Ir. wl -m Rilih l i x \v i jth
Lvenu Mlnin Florida ::::i-jt. and
orifi I will, ill.- clerk ni
vc nt\ I ......I mi i.|' l.eo.r,
197a 11. is... :. .1. fault ii;
!-l BITa I V.'ll '"I' III.' I olid
cmnmi.-d in F......ni:ilaim ... n I
This nolld ii '.. nul.li.-li. .1 i.n.-o
fcch week fi.r four ...nsiiui i\ week
8,35 6 l-S-ir. I taken ..!.-; v,.,i :,., n,,. ,-. li.-i .>...
I in.iinle.l in th. Pel II Ion. The relief
..I lor In the Petltluti is dl --..union
I of the marriage.
Thin Notice ahall I.. nuhllshed .....-.-
each Week for row tti i-ousecutlve
i. Tin: Jewish fi >kii.i i\
DATED: MAY 18 I :
MICH Vl:n p. BUINKER
Clerk, Circuit fourl
Uy: l' I' i'. i\>v,\ ,\|i
Deputy ct. rk
:.-, 6 i-s-i;
ii ir mi i '..nil S .Ii
Circuit four) on or before the S8 dn
..f June. i;7::. If you full to !<. -.,.
JudKnieiit by ilefauli will I., taken
UKUiliHt you for tile relief .l.ni.i ml. .I
i" the Petition 1-r Dissolution of
Marriiuro.
WITNESS my hand and neal of
HUd rnuri on May 17. IMS al Miami.
I'Il.i i.l.i
ItlCHAltD P HltlNKEIt
' 'lerk of i ir.-ult Court
U i'. p. i:iii'Ki..wn
||...mi i Clerk
tCiicuil Court Seal)
". _:. i; |.i.ir,
faull will be e,ere.i uValnat you for d.V*!rU' Ll'"!- *
tin reliel uemauded in the coninlalnl
"r,,,,ili"" ... A- Exer,......
"Ulillah..........r Pinu publication ol ,i,,, ,,1Ue un
.....Ullve weckf tli. is rta.i ..r May, IK"
HDW \m. ;i.t iti.usKA
Thi.v notice ihall t..
;eli week for four
AU'ini i: s DAVIS, is,i.
Altornes '.m Kstati
M-110 Klxcavne Uldic
19 W. Klunlei si
Miami, Klorldu SSl'M
i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\' iTICE 18 HEKEBY (JIVE.N thai
i tli- umlrrxlKin-d, ilesliinu t.. ciikuKi In
l.n-ih.-- under id. ti.-titi..u> nnrie of
Til' >M \s "SKII'" FIELD & .<> i.
t IATES at r;;i'i lliwayue Huulevurd,
North Miami, Klnrlila inleniN :.. iet-
| Inter -..i.l mime with the Clerk of the
'l .Is. I'"."l'-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO .3-2776
in UK: Eh it.....i
M, Ml CI.'V I.KFI'
NOTICE TO CREDITORS | < in .lit.'..uit",.. I.V.I
I.. All i reditora ami All l'-i-!.- Hn> Ida
Inv i "-.imi.- or l>. in.in.I- ,\_ ,ii,-i s.,i,i THOMAS FIELD
Lflnte: SIIKI DON N I.KLCHI'K
jou in li.r.i.i notlfieil and ro- AtloitiiA lor Am,,,
iii'i.'' i '...,t .ii, .Liu,.- iiinl de- Mi \> Flnuler Street
mundx which you nisi i lmIiisI Miam Florida .iai:in
Ho- es...... of M Ml'IIIM I EI-'K ile- ". i; |-S-n
i-eaaed it. i i u i |ridn. ___
I., the i "Ircull In I ..nut v .
and file ihi Kami In
lirovifled in Sei Florlll
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\"Tii-i: is Hi:in:in hiven ti i
the uiolersiKUeil, tluslrlna to eiiuaKe
ill UU -----1 U ill i Ihl fid.....11- : RBI
i Fl.tUHDA-C M.ll'.il:\iA i iim ,
!'AX> "... Madruwi Avi nue I
aides. FlorldH int.-inl.- to r. m-i.i ... I
name with il,.. Clerk ..i tli. t
I ....i. i ..U'.: FIoiIiIh,
Fl HMD \-< "AI ll-'i >l:.\l \ I'uMI'A W
lly: ";. urge Suimmx, Id ,.i. v.
| leortt, s.i inn -. Esituire
tori .
Florlll Co|| ;.:in\
I2M Lincoln Itoad. Sun.- L'I I
i tin lle.lell Flol
!-n week for i,.in ronMccutixe weeks Sii.iules in ihlr ffliei I fn.iii
TUf tl.'VV I w II I 11' I 1 .1 \ V null-
wiTVB-ain. ,.,),i ,v '"'i"l"i Dnth u i Florida.
\\ I -I'.SS nr. natnl an.I tin- -,:.....,..., ...... ,,,(,. .. ,. ,. %1,
court :,. Miami. Flo,-i,l., ,
17 day of Ma v. I!>7:!
;.iCH.\i:i. i' i:i:ixki:i:.
As Cl. i i iiitiit i 'ourt
Dad- inii.i. I-' ... i,1.1
Jj". i: i-:. shea
A> Deoiily Clerk
'.urt S. nil
JK K.i "88, KSt.'i n:i:
X \'.'. I2tll > .HI..-
>. Flori.l
Attorn y for IVtitioner
.i 23 C 1-8-1S
NOTICE OF ACI ION
C0N6TP..CTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVRNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-17417
ACTION for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
HE:
IZAHKTH SilAI'.ii.V Fill,,
it ml
iilOHAiin rill..
): AI.A.X l!(. ll \l:n rill,
3iK How.nr.l Sir. t
tawrenre. Ma.-.-ti. Iiumii-
>TT ARK III :i:i:i:V X'.TII'IRP
an aetlon t i Dissolution of Mat -
has been tiled airain-i >,,n ami
first t.iii.l ition In reol
or tin- name ,\ ill I.arre.i
Filed .,i Miami, i'l n., .
of Mas. A |i la:::
I 11.1.IAN IFI'F
N'ultMAN CIMENT
Co-Executors
Flrl nuhlieiition of this notice on
Un day of Mi\. 197
>.'l:n\ll: CIMENT WEIXSTEIN &
STACIIEI!. P A
Attotv> :.,, Estate ..i M Murry
I., ft. deceased
::".., I in. ..In Itoad
Mi: in, i: a. Ii. Klorid
:. l- :.-. .: i -^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-2SS7
In HE: Estate of
LILLIAN WINTER,
di ..- .i
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
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
IX RE:
ALBERTO MENENDKZ
and
TO: C, I. EX DA FAY MENENDKZ
Residence Fnknown
ViU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution >.t Mar
.i.!-.. lia- been filed Ajpiintd you and
\..ii are required to serve a < .<|.\ of
your written defense*, if any*, to :t on
AltNt'l.l) A. I ASKV. al-....|;.. fo|
Petitl......r, whose address is tlrover,
I'im. at. \\ in-l. in \- Staul-ei I' A .
:::.n Lincoln Itoad, Miami Ueiich, Flor-
ui.la. and file tin- orlKlnal with the
.l-.rK ..( the nbovc -t>le.i eoiirt on or
before .lulj .".. II'iS; olherwlac n de-
fault will in entered aKiiiust you t..i
tli. r.ii.i' demanded In the complain!
or in ii,Ion.
This notice shall I., published onei
.a. h week for four consecutlvi" Weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.i'ltlCIAX.
\\ ITNEKS in> lian.l and Ihe seiil "t
eloriilti on this
n THE JEWISH FliORinrAN*.
witxfss my hand ,i the seal ,'
.I ou-t a Mlum- Florida on tliis
I. da^ of \;. IJ173
ItlCHAltD P BKINKER,
A- Clerk, L'lrcu11 t 'ourl
Dude i ount.i. i :. rldn
Hy C. P, i'"ii:i ami
As i>. tini
(Circuit Court is.;:.'.
DAVID 12 STONE
l"l X W. I2tll Avi .
Miami Florida sjl'.'.s
\\\.......' tor Petition, r
". r. 6/1-8-13
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PPO"EHTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 73-1?t86
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE '
'V I K THE \|.\l:i;| \.;i: .;
I''E K liARl IA, .\ il<
IVtltii
an.!
II M.il \. Ull-li
IS. i.....I.
TO: MR ,lt ISE (i.\l:c \
..". \V IISWOI tl
Vln..... "I \. i
Wa '......I. li.
Veil \ k. St-v
VOI ARE lli:i:i:i;, NOTIFIED
i action fot I v ut of Mat
' I. Ke l,a- lieeii flle.l ... -t y..u anil
' at reiiuired to rve ., looy i,|
lour writ let ilef. it mi, i,. n
.a ABE KOSS. attorn. > foi Petition-
er. Wit _--I.lt-. -. i- 11>1 \ \v. l'tli
AvellUe .Minn. Florhl and file tin
" iKii id H Ii 'I......i the nlmvi
" .1 nun "ii ... l for.' .lutu ..",, 11.7::
I" v. .l.l.ill : I :' .. lllereil
I v..;i lor :-, | ,|, i,
III the nmtdainl ... ii.
This i......e shall lii published once
eneh we. I, for four III i Week-
Ill 'ill i: .1 KM ISli I, iltllM \X.
WITNKK8 mi hand ..'.I I III seal NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'",| ",url i'Baro llori.la en To All Creditors .....I All Persons Mav-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
vi.'i'oi: is HKi:i-:i:> .;i\ en ii .t
t II. 11.
Ill hush ess iir I. (be t,, im,.u
of Fl IRTEI i '\'i Id i "!'' IRS
Nil t m .Hi lit
rilllt lllteai reicistel
I...... of Ihe Circuit I
itiil. Count i
, iR'l El COXS I'ltl i Ti iR.S
Ri -i.i. in Alti t
CeorKe Sainpas. KmiuIi i
FORTEC '' iXSTRCCTIRS
,, I.lino n l:...i.i. Sn
Miami I'eaeh Florida
. : "
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-3401
in RE: Ksi in 1
Sll.i;i RIEIl St lloENTH VI.
.1.. .
To All i 'redilurs and All Persons Hav
ina (''aim- or Demands An l Said said court at Miam
Estate: dai of Mai, 197.1.
Vou are hereby notified and required RICHARD P. DRINKER.
to present any claims nnd demand) As Clerk, Circuit Court
which \ -ii mav have ikuIiisI the es- Dudi County. Florida
lute ..f LILLIAN Wf.NTER deceased Uj I. SNKKDEN
. hit. in Dadi County. Florida. tin As tienuty Clerk
r u,.i,r,"",U"i"- S"'V,'' :' ,'",V '' '"'Uil '"'.....' .....' '"'"> i""J tClrcull Court Seull
-.! '"'""' I," tile the same in duplicate and as uro. U,w Offices
vldeU m S.,t..... T'.:i., Florida Slat- IIROVKK CIMENT. WEIN8TEIN A
tiles, in theii offices In Ihe County STAI'IIER, I'.A
Courthouse lit I - within .-i\ ralendar t......ih- from tin Miami lleiuu. Florida ":iJ'.'
i.i.....f the :'n-t lutWIiMtlon hereof. Vtlorue) for Petit loner
ii IS-15-22
May.___________.
i..1,. :-. irlu.s, a.l.li'e.-.- i- I"" I inc..In
Miami I'., i.'li Florida, an.I file
orlKlnal with th. cl.iU ,,t ih.-
ove Styled ctni ..n ,-r I., i'..r.- .inn..
MM: otherui-. ,1,fault will h. ,., ,,... w ,m |,e barred.
ZTl y'.T1 ','"' ",' 'i|"i "'<<>< 'I" *
tided In the ii.niolaini o.- |ietiti..u v ,, ,- .
11s notice shall l.e pul.li-li. .1 "ii.-- JOHN HENRY
fh Week for f 'III' ei.tl-eeUI il e '.,.-..|.-
IE .TEM'isii Fl i.i;iliiA\
riTXESS m.. hat .1 a.i.i th. .,: ..'
urt at .Ml. mi. FI..I ida .v, tin-
ts' nf May. '"7
liiCHAi:!' i' i:i:ixki:i:.
As Clerk, i ir.uii '..urt
Iiaile i .-unly. Fieri.1.1
B> i s\i.i:i'i:\
A.- fi..i.ui) 'I- i:.
Ilrcult Court S al
IBERT H. Bll:\s
Llncoln Rd
Beach. Fla
........ fot I' a... r
p-*421
.-. .-. .. i i:
JAMES MICHAEL MILLER
A- Exocutor*
First publication ol ihi 10I on
th. i'.-,tli ,lav of May. I!>"3
ROBERT R. WHITE
Anot i for Kalale
|t)S2 duPoiit UulldliiK. Miami, Fla.
n.11.11 87l'-7til"
.-, ;.-, i: i -1.'.
NOTICE UNDErt FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
M.Tli 12 IS I'KHKHl C.IVKN thai
Ih. iintler-imieil. rle-irinu to liuaue In
liusiness under the fictitious name .,| ATHYI.E KAPI AN, deceased hit
P.ERNARD TARR, Ml', al D'ss Me- ,.f I,...I, Count}, Florida, to Ihe fir-
ridlait Avenue. Miami Reach Florlilii eull .IuiIk>'S Di.....'ounl.v, and file
intei.,1- lo reicistel wild name with ii,, hai.......lunll, ... ., .1 .,- provided
this 17 das of May, If7;:
RICHARD P. ItRlNKER,
As l 'lerk. 'ir. ti. i 'out l
I 'a.I. t 'nuiiM F'oridti
Hy R, F SHE \
As Depui Clerk
H'ir. uit i ..in I s. al.
MSB K"SS. KS....I IRK
let N.M i.,i, A v.-tni.
Ulnnii, Fl 1I.1I2S
Phone: m.Ij-4222
\ lorm ^ for l'eljl -..,
:- .; t -.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
Probate Division
PROBATE No. 73-3148
In RE; Estate of
ATHi I E l-.AFI.AX
d. .-eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditors an.I All Persons
HavitiK Claims or Demaiids
Aaainsl Bald Ustnt.
^..ll a,.- l..-ieli> notified an.I required
to pre-.nt .mi cliiims and demuudi
.i I i, h you in i' hai.- HlfaiUSl III. -tat
tl .. ri, rk of th.- I't-.-iiii t'..itt t
Dadi County. Plot
RERNARD TARR M T A.
Snarber, Z. niel, Roskln and
ll.ill.i-. "ii...... F \
Attorneys t.a tipulleanl
if
IN THE COUNTY t.OURT
IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTV. FLORIDA
(Formerly: C.vil Court of Record)
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. '/2-5194
1XI> STREET RAiXWFAi:. a
Y. ,1; corpora' i..n.
Iff.
II!K\( H LCSTIC
lam
NOTICE OF ACTION
. CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY
feFLOREXCi: I.FSTli;
South t >. .i I ioiih v ..i .1
I'alni i:. ."-Ii I !..i-i.la
\i:i: notif"':d timt at
for ilamaue- !:as I.e. n lih rt
..u ami vn i' ""'I
A a conv of i-i.ii,. written ,1. n-es
DV to It on .In V '. S .1 S' 'M ITT.
ESQ., of TAI.IAXtlFF AXIi
ESJdS.. Alton,> f"i I'lain-
whose address is: 4'J" I.in..-In
Miami Beach. Florid;., on ..r l.e-
June Sfi. '''";. -11 n'' ''" "imi-
irlth the Clerk of this Court either
-. rvlce .a Plaintiff's Anoin. -
Immediately then-after: ..th. rwt.--
(fault will I"' ii' i '! >""
lie relief demand...] in ill- com
NOTICE UNDER FICUMOUS
NAMI-. I AW
NOTICE IS HEi:KB> iJ'VKN Un" inn x His. :n : Foiih v..i.1
; ui I, -mil. il, deslrinu I.i iiKnui 111 Miami. Fla
busil .-- UI -..: II II..... r.':
HKRRERT KAT9S I' I' I !"-'
It'i .\v. nue. Iliuleal lemls te
rculslei said name with Ihe t lerk ol
he I Mr u 'in of Dade County.
Flol Idt
II! \TZ O.D.S P.A.
S ai In-l '/.- Illel, Ro; kit .
I' A
l-y for a|.plie.un
' ,,, \ lltHeU.1. Ill I Ii Ull .. :''i
)l"..... '", .. ... r. s.Hi
ti,-i, 733.IN Florid Statui.-. in
'in Ir ..t: .....'.-ii' lj Courthou
-li I .;,,|. County, I'l-ri.la W il Ii
. ..'. mini i... -1 ihs from 11 11......f Ihe
.. pul ill .i i ,"i !.. : of, Ihe -am.
will I., barred.
mil Claims -, Demands Aifaiusl S. I
Estate:
You are lierebj not Ifh I and n uu
.-.I I*. presi nt all.) claim: mi ill
VI ll li II V, |l ..^ ."IM tin -
late ol SIEilFRIEIi SCHOENTHAL
... i. ,..'. ll ...
i. ill- i '.i uil .lii.i-. ol I Mil, ,
an,I file ilo .,ni. in duplicate mid .. -
,,i-.o a-.-., ...... ; I ill ,
Statutes, iii ill. ',.u' -
i v i ourtl -n- Dad, i '.ii PI
ridti w itiiin -,- -ai.-n.lai month*
the time .., the flrsl mil.lie.. lion In if,
,,i i|,>. -in ..i.i red.
Filed ..I .Miami. I'lori'la till ill
ol ,lun, All, O'T I
HENRY NORTON
M KROOT w KII.KR
a- i-:.\. .1.....-
First publicti Ion of tin- i.i" i
tl... I ".tli .lav of June. I"7 :
HENRY NORTON
All..iii.v t..i Estate
IHm iii a., liuiluiim
Miami '
i:,i il 'RD F IJRINKKR
Clerk
; l.'i : .'fl : '
~IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 0-
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
GENERAL JUD'SDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-6120
IDA M JONES.
Plaililil i
\'. II IIKII I
l'i iXDKII at .1
-
! ,| l :Miami Florida, this 1st daj {, ^vJHKSTER INSCRANt-K
'"""'tiM'i.v'Vi r\PI IV 'Nl> INDEMNIT\ COMPANY
II VRR> V KAPI AN ,,..
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HHRKi:> '.IVEN thai
tile undi rsiKiied, .!- i Itafi ll
i u~;...... nn.l. tin ll
ALBION Ul'ILUIXii til 101 -' I '"
t-olll Road Miam. Beach. Fl"f il i
t< nU lo reirisU r said num.
, |, |< ,. ihe Circuit i' >ui t of I nidi
I'oUiitv, Klorldu,
j.isi-: RABINl 'V '"
El.ISA RABINOVU'H
I.,- tenant- ill .-ooini.
SHAPIRO. FRIED WEII S SCHEBR JAMES RICE
Attorneys for JOSE ann ELISA |.,, .
RABINOVICH
407 Lincoln Road. Suite 10-B
Miami Beach. Florida .'3139
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IN THl" CIRCU'T COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No 81355
IN RE: Butt.....i
IM THE CIRCUIT Cr>l RT OF THE
ELEVFNTH JUDICIAL C'Rp|HT
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PROBATE DIVISION
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE |.:..).- Foun'V. Plot Ihe Circuit
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION Judif. of In,I. CoUii'J mid fl". Ih<
AND FINAL DISCHARGE .... in .limlicaie and .- nrovltlwl n
NOTICE Is herabv Klven thai I tv< -..'i.. 733.111 i''.....It StatuteM, in
filed a Final Report and Petitl.....or their offices ill the ."unt.v Court-
Distributlon and Final 1 n-eh.n-. ns hcus. in Dade County, I'lorlda, ttltb-
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Good Taste is first at Food Fair Stores!
A GREAT VARIETY OF FINE FOODS AT REASONABLE PRICES!
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BFEF
BOTTOM ---'- $439
ROUND ROAST .
$|49

FOOD
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF
BONELESS RUMP ROAST
USDA
CHOICE
ASSORTED
VIVA
TOWELS
JUMBO
ROLL
'IMIT 4 ROILS PIEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF
S7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
SAVE18-CORONET PAPER
P.P. BRANP
ICE
CREAM
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUNDAY. JUNE 17th
AT AIL FOOD FAIRS FREDERICKS STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOu*
Mc. ^-^-----' GIFTS FOR YOUR EVERY PURPOSE!
CRCIN STAMPS "
"~-\ 49-0 Z.
PKG.
CHEER
LAUNDRY
DETERGENT
HALF
GALLON
CARTON
LIMIT ONE CTN., PIEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF
S7 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
PKGS.
OF 180
LIMIT ONE PKG.. PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
FLA. GRADE A' SHIPPED GRADE A'
Fryer Qtrs.

STRAWBERRY APPLE GRAPE ORANGE
STRAWBERRY APHLl OKA.-* UKn.uc tl M r
Hi-C Drinks......................"- 34c
DELICIOUS A Mr
Geisha White Tuna w^r 7c?n 63c
ALL FLAVORS REGULAR __
P.P. Brand Sodas 10 '<&! 99
DELICIOUS FLAVORFUL
Georgia Peaches lb 39
SAVE 16 -BREAKSTONE'S
.___SHAPE
1-LB
PKG
29'
QUARTERS
Mrs. Filbert's Margarine
WHITE OR COLORED -j.
Borden's American Singles"* 89
SERVICE APPETIZER DEPTf
ONLY AT STORES HAVING SERVICE COUNTERS'
ALL LUNCH MEATS AND CHEESE SLICED TO ORDER
AIL WHITE MEAT
TURKEY ROLL
FOR ALL COOKING __
Kraft Safflower Oil 94? 63c
RICEIAND SI 0 9
Long Grain Rice bag i
ALEGRA MANGO .
Pineapple Nectar %iS 21c
GARDEN FRESH
Cherry Tomatoes "Z 39c
A
SWEETMILK OR BUTTERMILK
P.P. Brand Biscuits feffl 10c
MIDGET SANDWICH SPREAD OR
Kahn's Braunschweiger .chb 45
DELICIOUS FROZEN FOODS'
YOU 11 FIND A GREAT VARIETY OF YOUR OWN
FAVORITE BRANDS TO SAVE YOU TIME & MONEY
SAVE 12-BANQUET FROZEN?:
POT PIES
LEG OR
BREAST
QUARTERS
SKINNED
Sliced Beef Liver
U S CHOICE WESTERN BEEF
California Roast
US CHOICE WESTERN BEEF
Boneless Crossrib Roast
FRESH
lb99c
$129
LB I
SI 49
LR
FLA. GRADE A" SHIPPED GRADE A
Fryer Parts
WHOLE BREASTS 1RESH ICED
WITH RIBS
WHOLE LEGS
THIGHS
DRUMSTICKS
STAY
8-OZ.
CUPS
AMERICAN KOSHER SKINLESS
Franks., Knocks
SAVE
12-OZ-
PKG.
DELICIOUS FLO SUN
OrangeJuice
SAVE
QUART
CONTS.
SAVE
78 LB.
SAVE 40 LB-RARE OR MEDIUM
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LB.
CHICKfN.TUIKrv
SPAGHETTI (MCA
fir
.MACAIONI
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PP BRAND
4=89c
Roast Beef oul7t" 79c Frozen Orange Juice 2 '3 79c
SAVE >1 -A POPULAR BEER
BALLANTINE
IT'S NEW! GOLDEN TOP
HEAT AND SERVE
Lemon Pie X? 49e Fried Fish Sticks h& 75c
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. NONE SOLO TO DEALERS. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS.
12-OZ.
POP-TOP
CANS


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