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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"eJewish Flor Sdian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 45 Number 49
Miami, Florida -- Friday, December 8, 1972
Three Sections
Price 25 cers.z
U. S., ISRAELI DIPLOMATS COOPERATING
Campaign Aimed Against U.N. Resolution
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
United states is actively co-
operating with Israel in a diplo-
matic campaign aimed against
the K-jyptian-inspired resolution
in the nited Nations General
Assemblj railing for sanctions
against Israel, officials have dis-
closed.
The United States is alerting
friendly capitals around the
world ti> the dangers of the
measure, they said. Washington
fully endorses Israel's position
that the proposed draft resolu-
tion could wreck any progress
toward a Middle East peace set-
tlement.
The resolution, submitted by a
pro-Arab bloc, demands Israel'**
immediate, unconditional with-
drawal from all of the occupied
Arab territories and recom-
mends sanctions should Israel
refuse.
Israeli diplomats point out
that the draft runs counter to
the Security Council's Resolu-
tion 242, which does not call for
an Israeli withdrawal in ad-
vance of a peace settlement.
Israel has made it clear that
any resolution that in effect re-
interprets 242 would lead to Is-
rael's reunuciation of its sun-
port for that resolution adopted
Nov. 22, 1967.
Such a warning was submitted
last week to Ambassador Gun-
nar V. Jarring at the United Na-
tions by Israeli Ambassador
Yosef Tekoah, and is believed to
have been conveyed to the U.S.
government by Ephraim Evron,
head of the Foreign Ministry's
North American section, at a
meeting with Jack Button.
Counselor at the U.S. Embassy
in Tel Aviv.
Foreign Minister Abba Eban
told the Netherlands Ambassa-
dor, Gerrit Jan Jongejans, hist
week that Israel could not con-
tinue to support Resolution 242
If there were any changes in its
interpretation.
The Netherlands was singled
out because its Foreign Minister,
Norbert Schmeltzer, is serving
PRESIDENT HOFFMAN SPEAKS AT HOLLYWOOD CONFERENCE
Israel, American Jewry Called
Equal Partners By AJC Leader
Thi American Jewish Com-
mitt.es wound up a three-day
annual meeting of its national
executive council at the Dip-
lomat Hotel this week with a
declaration by its president that
"in the great and growing part-
nership being deepened every
day Ictween Israel and Amer-
ican Jewry, there can be neither
a ma.ior nor minor partner."
Philip E. Hoffman, speaking in
the presence of Israel's ambas-
sador to the United States, Gen.
; Rabin, stressed that a
Strong Diaspora was vital to a
Strong Israel.
"Israel will need the fresh
Viewpoint*, the varying att.i-
tndes and experiences, and the
en knowledge that will stem
I" it from the Diaspora,"
Mr. Hoffman said. "It will be
to the best tadvantage of
Judaism and of Israel that its
$1 Million Loan
Arranged Before
Break With Chad
TEL AVIV (JTAI Israel
I for the Chad govern-
' D SI million loan to try
n that country from break-
ing diplomatic relations, the
newspaper Maariv reported.
According to the paper's Paris
corresiHindent, who quoted West
German sources, the loan was
arranged through the Handels-
banknn of West Germany and
Was disguised as a German bank
loan. (President Francois Tom-
balhay. of Chad announced last
*eek that he was severing dip-
lomatic ties with Israel.)
The MaartV reporter claimed
Israel knew of the impend-
j break in advance and' the
on given by Chad was its
cult financial position. Is-
1"*^sl sv>nt a special emissary to
- Germany to arrange the
the paper said. It added
Ijsrfj r-,iad has begun repay-
f" as required by the agree-
iftt.
According to Maariv. many
Verts warned that the loan
^M only postpone a break
nich was considered inevitable.
efforts to keep the Diaspora
strong be as great as those of
the Diaspora to keep Israel
strong."
Mr. Hoffman said "Jewish
communities throughout the
world must be seen as indis-
pensable parts of the whole. If
one should declare itself domi-
nant and another subservient,
all parts will suffer."
Mr. Hoffman added: "Never
has the need been greater than
it is righet now for us to settle
Continued on Page 15-A
Evangelical Movement Seen
Jewish Community Threat
Two prominent American
rabbis and Jewish academicians
warned this week-end that the
well-financed, rapidly growing
Christian evangelical movement
in America poses serious threats
to the American Jewish com-
munity, es|>ecially for Jewish
youth on college campuses.
Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum,
director of the American Jewish
Committee's Inter-Religious Af-
fairs Department and Rabbi
Maurice N. Eisendrath, presi-
dent Of the I n ion of A merit'; 111
Hebrew Congregations, both ex-
pressed concern over the pos-
sible effects of the year-long
evangelical campaign known as
"Key "73."
Rabbi Tanenbaum made his
remarks during a panel discus-
sion at the annual meeting of
the AJCommittee's policy-mak-
ing National Executive Council
at the Diplomat Hotel.
Rabbi Kisendrath. addressing
a meeting of the UAHC's Board
of Trustees in New York, urged
Christian church bodies to curb
fundamentalistic missionary ef-
forts directed toward college
and high school youth which
harass Jewish young people.
Rabbi Tanenbaum explained
that "Key '73" has been planned
as a nation-wide campaign in-
volving more than 130 evan-
Continued on Pag* 6 American Firm Purchases
1st Israeli-Made 1123 Jet
LOS ANGELES (JTA) De-
livery of the first Israel-made
executive aircraft, the 1123 jet,
to an American buyer was an-
nounced here by Elkana Galli,
North American director of Is-
rael Aircraft Industries Ltd.,
manufacturers of the plane.
The $1 million twin-engined
jet with a capacity of 10 pas-
sengers has been delivered to
the United States and is now
operated by Food Fair Inc., a
Philadelphia-based firm, Mr.
Galli said.
The announcement was made
at an aviation and electronics
industry luncheon held by Is-
rael Aircraft Industries at the
Jerusalem Fair here attended
by 75 top executives of aero-
space and electronics companies
in the southern California area.
Mr. Galli said that incoming
orders for the 1123 jet would
require a production rate of one
plane per month through the
summer of 1973. The 1123 has
a 2,000-mile range and cruises
at 540 mph. The American dis-
tributor of the plane is Atlantic
Aviation of Wilmington, Del.
this month as chairman of the
Council of Ministers of the nine
European Common Market
countries. The latter are a prime
target of the Arab campaign and
some are reportedly inclined to
support the Egyptian-inspired
draft.
Observers believe the West
European nations will attempt
to introduce modifications to the
resolution making it less ex-
treme. It is believed that the
Egyptians will go along with
these changes in order to garner
maximum support among the
Western nations and from Latin
America and Africa.
Israeli officials say that with-
out the support of the Western
powers, primarily the United
States, the anti-Israel resolution
will be meaningless even if it
is adopted by the General As-
sembly.
A -6
PREMIER PREDICTS
NEW U.S. INITIATIVE
JERUSALEM (JTA I
Premier Golda Meir has pre-
dicted that the United
States will undertake a new
initiative, during the early
part of 1972 to bring the
parties in the Middle East
into some sort of negotiating
process, either proximity
talks or something else."
Mrs. Meir made that re-
mark in response to ques-
tions at a dinner in the
Knesset for some 170 lead-
ers of British Jewry visiting
Israel on a study mission of
the Joint Palestine Appeal.
.... m.
Partial Canal Accord 4Not
Linked To A Withdrawal'
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel's
ambassador to Washington,
Yitzhak Rabin, has disclosed that
the United States had agreed
that a partial Suez Canal agree-
ment would not be linked in
any way to a complete Israeli
withdrawal from the adminis-
tered Arab territories.
In a special interview granted
to a reporter from the news-
paper Maariv, during Rabin's
brief return to Israel, the en-
voy disclosed the existence of
an official transcript of talks
held with Joseph J. Sisco. Assist-
ant Secretary of State for Near
Eastern Affairs, at the beginning
of this year.
The transcript states that Is-
rael Is not obliged to undertake
full withdrawal in the context
of a canal reopening. "This pro-
toco! Iietween both our govern-
ments remains as the declared
policy of both countries with re-
gard to the quest for a politi-
cal settlement between Israel
and Egypt." Ambassador Rabl.i
told Maariv.
The United States realize*
that an overall settlement with-
out outside force is impossible
at this time because Egyptian
and Israeli differences are too
wide. "Therefore," he said, "th^
United States is aware of t": >
fact that there is no hope to
advance on the basis of a com-
plete settlement and
sees the Egyptian reluctance as
the main hindrance to achieving
the partial solution."
Brandt Will Not Visit Israel
BONN (JTA) Chancellor
Willy Brandt has no plans for
visiting Israel at present, the
Bonn government says. Brandt'?
visit, which was expected last
autumn, had to be imstponed be-
cause of the general elections.
Labor Party Urges Premier To
Retain Her Leadership Role
TEL AVIV (JTA)A secret meeting of selected leaders
of the Labor Party to try to convince Premier Golda Meir to re-
main in office beyond next year's elections rankled the Rafi fac-
tion which was excluded from the gatherings. Rafi has already
protested to the Party Secretariate that the issue was one that
should have been discussed at a recognized Party forum rather
than at a clandestine meeting.
The fact that the meeting took place at the home of Deputy
Premier Yigal Yadin was confirmed by Asher Yadlin, secretary
general of the Labor Party, who said that he was sorry he par-
ticipated in the discussion because of the wrong interpretation
given to the whole issue."
There was no debate on a possible successor to Mrs. Meir.
"On the contrary, the meeting was called to try to Convince
Golda Meir to agree to an extension of her leadership as Prime
Minister," Mr. Yadlin said. He confirmed that the meeting WH
attended by members of the Mapai and Achdut Avodah factions
only. Those factions, plus Rafi, were merged several years ago
to form the Israel Labor Party, the dominent partner in the pres-
ent coalition government.



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Friday, December 8, 1972
FROM WEBMANN INSTITUTE PRESIDENCY
/// Health Reason For
Dr. Sabin's Retirement
REHOVOT (JTA1 Prof. Al- ecda, Md.. as a Fosrarty Scholar,
foor: B. Sabin, avasld famous dis-v\ill ontimic to Avork on behalf
covcrer of the oral polio vaccine
wtiioh br-ars h:< name, will retir.
Jan. 1. from th<* presidency of the
V Izmann In-titute of Scienco
alter holding that post for the
past three yean.
H:< plans were announced at
the annual meeting of the Insti-
tute's hoard of governors by
the .Institute whenever and
wherever possible.
The board of governors elected
Prof. Israel Dostrovsky. until now
the Institute's vice president, to
serve as acting president and chief
executive officer.
Prof. Dostrovsky. who recently!
hail man Abraham Feir.berg. who celebrated his 54th birthday, is a
Hi imn\ the Institutes deepest distinguished physi:al chemist and
egret that ill health has forced
Prof. Sabin. who underwent opei.
htart surgery some months aao
to leave his p )>t at the end of
th's year.
Mr. Feinberq a'so voiced the
board's hope that Prof. Sabin
who will spend the coming year
m the Unite i States at the Na-
tk nal Institutes of Health in Beth-
a member of the Institute's staff
since 1948. most of that time as
head of its Isotope Research De-
partment. Frcm 1955 until 1971.
Prof. Dostrovsky served as direc-
tor general of the Israel Atomic
Energy Commission. He has played
a key role in the attempt to find
a solution to Israel's water prob-
Sem,
Daytime Adult Education Classes
Beginning Jan. 2 At Central 4Y'
Daytime ad.tlt e"rjcatlon class -
tailored to the needs of studon*-
rahl" to attend evening e'as-. \
wr. b -sin Jan. 2 at the YM-YWHA
Greater Miami and continue for
16 we k~.
0'a<*es will ho offered in com-'
vrsa*i r.al Heb-ev, sonversational
Spanish and in Citizenship
The two lamrjave lasies will i
j.'i. bo -ia! emrj^ns's t > the
lages. The Citizenship
< raring students fo- United
9tal 11 zensMp i'l a'.so be o]
tn -f sons who wish to increas
r ienctandi"B of th mnwm-
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JDC Adopts 1973 Budget
NEW YORK A budget of
$2TS78 000 was adopted for 1973
by th" Joint Distribution Commit-
tee a' its 58th annual meeting
here this week. In n-esenting the
budget, F.i.vard Ginsberg. JDC
chairman, said that it was the,
birh--t in 10 vears.
ment of the United States and the
State of Florida.
The 9 a.m. to noon courses will
be offered a follows: Beginning
Hebrew. Mondav and Wednesday;
Intermediate H< bivw. Tuesdaj
and Thurs lay; B ginning Spanis*\
Pi:- s lay and Thurs lay: Intermedi-
ttc Spanish, Monday and WedlWS-
laj and Citizenship. Friday.
Lindsey Hopkins Adult Ed
lion Div:=ion will monitor the
quality of all courses.
Rhode Islanders
Install Officers
The Rhode Island Club of
Greater Miami will hold its annual
installation Sunday at 7 p.m. in
the Washington Federal. 1234 |
Washington Ave.
Ben Friedman will install the ;
following officers and board mem- !
bers for 1972-73; Abe F.ngerman.
president; John Wvner. Lo-is
Fishman. Joseph Rotenberg, vice
presidents; Mrs. Joseph Roten-
berg. financial secretary and pub-
licity chairman; Mrs. Nat Cohen,
recording secretary; Mrs. Harry
Goldenberg. treasurer: Alfred
Aden, sergeant-at-arms; Mrs. Al-
lied Aden, chaplain; Mis. Leonard
White, sunshine committee, and
Mrs. Louis Fishman. hospitality
chairman.
Board of directors includes the
officers, and Nat Cohen. Mr. and '
Mrs. Ben Friedman. Harry Gold-
berg. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kahn.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cohn. Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Pritcher, Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Rogers. Mrs. Edith
Schaffer. Leonard White. Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Shuster. Mrs. John
Wyner and Mrs. Abe Fingerman.
Following the installation, re-
freshments will be served. A
-novie. "Tides Have Changed." will
e presented by Com. Robert
Beskind of the I'.S. Naval Re-
serves in Miami.
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Psychologist Assails 'Myth' Of
Judaism's Derogation Of Women
BOCA RATON (JTA) The
popular myth of Judaism's dero-
gation ol -.vomen" was denounced
here lasi week by a woman psy-
chologist who urged that evSTy
Orthodox synagogue and every
Jewish c*'idies Department in
American colleges offer courses on
the status of women in Jewish re-
ligion* law (halachai to refute
such "faise charges."
Dr. Ruth Skydell, assistant pro-
fessor ol guidance and counseling
at Lor?- Island University gradu-
ate school, spoke at the 74th an-
urversary biennial convention of
the Unl n of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations.
Dr. Skydell, wife of an Ortho-
dox rabbi, warned the 1,000 dele-
gates and guests that the women's
hbet at i movement posed "a
double-* i problem" for the
Jewish ..man. She said one of
the "kej tenets'' of that move-
ment v that all religions, and
Jewish n i?ious law in particular,
"relegal i women to an inferior
position "
She another "article of
faith ol the militant feminists"
was that the woman who Is eon-
lenl to :. I tin- role of wife, mother
an,l hoi maker is nothing but a
slave." an idea she called one
which "thi atens the verv foun-
dation i the Jewish home."
Dr. Sk; lell, who said the "best
weapon with which to "strike
back" i- it" knowledge that Jew-
Ruwitch Beth Am
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Let Ruwitch, publisher and
owner ol Miami Review" and the
"Broward Review" will he the
suest speaker at Temple Beth
Atn's ci.nj.regationnl breakfast at
9:30 a.m. Sunday, in the Social
Hall.
Mr. Ruwitch's forte has been
both communications and econom-
ics. Ur served as executive vice
president and general manager of
UTV.l Ch. 4, from 1948 to 1963.
ami was i ipointed by President
Johnson ti the office of Economic
Planning for a four year term in
1966. II. was president of Ch. 2,
Educational TV in Miami, in 19G8
| ami 191
As ;, member of the Chamber
lef Commerce, he was associated
[with thi Better Business Bureau.
Ural from 1959 to 1962. he was
[With thi Association of Broad-
Itasters Editorial Board, where he
helped t< ioneer the development
of "Broadcast Editorial" program-
ming.
in addition to the two news-
papers, he is one of the owners
Ol WAV'S Radio in Fort Lauder-
dale. ami half owner of Radio
Station W.MMB in Melbourne.
Born in Kscanata, Mich., he
graduat.-.l from the University of
Michigan in 1939, and served as a
Lieutenant in the U. S. Navy from
1N2 to 1945.
Mr. Ruwitch's other great love
is children; he has been con-
nected, in executive capacities,
Wth th. Florida Children's Com-
mission; the Children's Home So-
djtjr, and the Dade County Com-
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The public is invited to attend
r a sn'ul) donation. Reservations
"">' be made by mail, or by calling
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American women, including Jew-
ish women, had the opportunity
to develop their talents in other
directions. She said this was an
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"humanistic psychologists."
Dr. Skydell declared those wom-
en who see the "road to self-actu-
alization" in the fulfillment of
biological, psychological and ethi-
cal commitment to take care of
their families could find support in
the teachings of Erik Erikson. the
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est 'levels' of political power and
decision making >.ome of the quali-
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able to summon: a sense of what
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in producing life and maintaining
it," Dr. Skydell said Dr. Erikson's
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Btgong agreement with the Jewish
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Vclume 45
Friday, December 8. 1972
Number 49
3 TEVETH 5733
We Watch With Interest and Concern
The heating up of the uneasy borders between Syria
end Israel comes at a time when leading figures in the
Israeli government are engaging in open debate over the
position to take toward the surrounding Arab nations.
While Defense Minister Moshe Dayan speaks of integrating
the administered areas into the economy of Israel, Finance
Minister Pinhas Sapir expresses his opposition, based on
the serious social and economic implications of such a
move.
The fact that sides are also being drawn up in prepara-
tion for the elections next year and the expected retirement
of Golda Meir adds to the problem. American Jews who
have seen only the unified side of Israel politics in the
face of the grave dangers the state has had to overcome
in its 25 years of existence should understand the questions
now being raised go to the essence of the Zionist expsri-
ment as well as the security of Israel.
All of us will be watching with interest and concern
cs the debate continues.
Strict Interpretation Necessary
The changed scenery and headlines make it clear
that it is that time of the year again when those who talra
seriously the First Amendment strictures against the Mtab-
lishment of religion by government once more must do
battle to preserve that American concept.
While a federal judqe in New Jersey has ruled that
Jewish children may not be foiced to participate in a high
school Christmas pageant as they have been in the oast
under threat of losing class credits he refused to ban
the annual presentation on the grounds that there was no
proof an injunction would "still the unrest" in the commu-
r.:ty. While this may be seen as half a victory there are
many communities throughout the country where the fight
has been given up and where practices objectionable to
Jews and other non-Christians continue in defiance of
other court rulings.
Compromises that permit seme observance of Chan-
ukah "the Jewish Christmas" in schools are viewed
by many as potentially dangerous in that thev show ignor-
ance of the principles involved. It is not "eaual time"
which civil libertarians are concerned about but the danar-r
inherent in giving religous practice of any kind a foothold,
and ultimately providing sanction to the majority's en-
deavors to establish its own religious order over our
schools and other public institutions.
Some Jewish fundamentalist religious groups are
strongly in favor of state aid for parochial schools, do not
object to re-introducing prayer in the public schools, but
are disturbed by the manifestations of Christmas imposed
upon Jewish children in public schools without recognizing
that the issues are basically no different. The strict inter-
pretation of the First Amendment which most Jewish orga-
nizations support still remains our best protection.
Justification Resembles Hitler's
Justification for Arab terror, as circulated in a letter to
the United Nations by terrorist Yassir Arafat resembles the
speciousness of Hitler's "self-defense" as he attacked the
small nations of Europe in his quest for world domination.
With unmatched gall, Arafat labels the bombing of
innocents children as well as adults as "defensive
revolutionary violence" in contradistinction to the "orqa-
nized terror" employed by Israel in its response to the
terror encouraged by Arab leaders like Arafat. It is obvi-
ous that until the Middle East is rid of such fanatics, hopes
for settlement remain dim.
ATTEROFFACT
CANTON, China The last
time I saw China was two days
before the bomb dropped on
Hiroshima. I can still remember
the swift takeoff from Chung-
king's river airport, and the air
view of this marvelous pattern
of little gardened fields, bare
hills (unless there was a temple
where trees grew I, and tiny an-
cient villages seemingly casu-
ally scattered across the rich
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earth, with no logic of a
net to explain them.
It was a shock, therefore
discover that in the new (
the face of the land itself
changed. Even from the win-
dows of the comfortabii'
from the border to Canton. > ,
can observe this change, whii
Is not without its own vast
portance.
tiikrf. are three great
ferences. To bo sure, the b
of the land are still there,
still make the unfolding -
look like a Chinese lands
scroll for Chinese lands
painting is surprisingly real -
But now young trees clothe i
ery hill. Simple but motoi i
roa 1- link all the villages
th-- once omnipresent dimp!e>
of the graves have disappe
I found myself thinking >
Chin Shih Huang Ti. Ch
"first universal emperor" moiv
than 21 centuries ago. This
founder of pre-modern China
alsi altered the land. Di :
not make all chariot axles i!
uniform width so tbat all high-
ways would be evenly rut
and his war chariots COUl I
anywhere? And did he not
the green-mounded altars
h and the grain thai
symbolized the quasi-s
power of the former lor
China-divided?
YET IF YOF think about it
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COMMENT
I m }] ite our perennial pre-
occupation with lo 11 ob-
vious that to >. :> Jew Is by
definition Blmost, to be an
optimist, l.i ening to the re-
ports at the annual me< ting of
the National Executn e '" incil
of the American Jewish Commit-
tee heightens the feeling of
doom. But the n ;e of optimism
is there, too, and it sometimes
it seems that it is only the sur-
vival Of Jewish Task Forces that
is involved that is also a positive
note.
THE ENORMITY of the chal-
lenge not t" become "swallowed
up in the general society." as
Yehuda Rosenman, director of
the Committee's Jewish Com-
munal Affairs Department, put
it, had its illustration a few
yards ft "in where the sessions
were held last weekend.
"Happy Chanuka" read the
sign at the entrance to Diplomat
Mall, which next to it Featured
"The Chuck Zink Christ mas
Show. Dec. 2." Obviously, in
America we have reached the
pinnacle of the Jew in a free
society with all the erosion of
the cultural and ethnic differ-
ences that seem to threaten our
existence it implies.
In Rosenman's special sphere
of interest at the moment, it is
concern that the Jewish family
might not have a future. Dr.
Sidney Goldstein, a Brown Uni-
versity sociologist, has pointed
out that us Jews have a lower
birth rate than members of
other religious groups a fer-
tility rate just equal to re-
placement leved.
THE RESL'ET is the highest
percentage rate of aged indi-
viduals. But while this presents
a specialized problem one
doubts our Federations are pre-
pared to subsidize a program to
encourage larger imilies the
AJC specialist does have -
nal thoughts thai n
ai liorate the situation.
hmakin > I >r Insl i
For those unfamil ar
old Jewish custom, "Fiddler on
the Rot if" has min li i us that
ex ste I i si ite the poor
results Lhe film presents. With
a Jewish i :i divorce rat" as
as 30^.' of all marriages in re-
cent years, Rosenman believes
the whole notion of marriage for
romantic reasons is a failure and
points to the developments in
our society the son I
sexual revolution is one illus-
tration that seem to forecast
a return to arranged marriages.
The use of the computer for
dating punroses indicates some
acceptance of the practice, if
on a typically modern de-
humanized basis.
HIGH ON the agenda for
Jewish communal thinking and
planning, in Rosenman's opinion.
is recreating a sense of com-
munity and encouraging the
conditions for a modern version
of the extended family. A return
to living in areas akin to the
ghettos of old, "by choice, for
positive affirmation of human
and Jewish values," is a move-
ment that some see to be in its
infancy through the develop-
ment of Havurot in some larger
cities and in a few rural com-
munes. Nothing big, but possibly
indicative of the search for com-
munity which is characteristic
of our times.
The optimism, of course, is in
the hope that men and women
of good intention can contrive
an end-of-the-century American-
Jewish milieu that has the Yid-
dishkelt characteristics of the
beginning of this century.
And Rosenman recognizes the
bv mm when
. ol the I
hi' i
walls i
which prob cted the e
i n of the J<
the i ran Ifathe
rush s the child tli
n't do 1 iaf we h
, i ntri te I that l<.....i
s
nman is far fron
ol tne religious schools, -
wd for the curreni
problems of identity
itiveness. "The home
.. -has become > i
. that .t is no loi
i etent to pass on the -1 -
co les of behavioi ami li
were the mainstay ol
continuity, 'lhe job of s
the Jewish child h
passed on to strangers I
many decades not i" ha\ I'1"1
tin effect we see today."
ONE CANNOT find fa
the opposite is true v''*
Committee's determin
find solutions for the American
Jewish dilemma. Yet OUl
own bias professional and
otherwise I continue to loo*
with a dim view at endeavors
which appear to write off the
religious areas of the Jewish
experience.
Troubled as that segment may
be as it too slowly responds to
the new challanges. one suspects
that Prof. Leonard Fein may not
be far from the target when ne
told a symposium audience a
the last Council of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds thai
secularism has today *"
proven a myth.
If that is so. then Ctomintt"
and those other agencies i
Jewish life which haw takenw
all the great burdens of Je\
life had better take another io
at the data.


Friday, December 8, 1972
+Jewisti ncrUKan
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High School In Israel
Open To Dade Students
K;iiii>i Kipper
The succet* of the Greater Mi-
jT,i .1, ish Federation's 1972 Is-
rael Study Tour for High School
Qedit, coupled with the enthusi-
,... astic backing of
the Dade Coun-
ty School Board
has led to a
new, expanded
effort: The
Greater Miami
High School in
Israel.
The Greater
Miami High
School in Is-
rael is open to
Dado County
lush school stu-
who have completed at least
one quinmester in the 10th grade.
Participants will study Archae-
ology, Biblical History, the He-
bre language, Mid-Kast Current
Events and will receive in-depth
ire to the history, geogra-
hy and politics of each area of
Israel. All courses have been ap-
proved for credit by the Dade
County School Board.
Fi. Id trips will be coupled with
classroom study to make the edu-
nal e>:;>erience a total one.
Rabbi Morris A. Kippur. who is
on a Nave of absence from Tem-
pie Judea, will supervise the pro-
gram
"This expanded program grew
Nit of a two-year study by Fed-
tration's Planning Committee on
Jewish Kducation." said Federa-
t.on president Robert Russell.
"There was a real need to expand
post Bar Mitzvah Jewish educa-
tional programs in this area,*' he
8dd< (I.
"Like the Judaica program of
Federation's Central Agency for
Jewish Education, the Israel Studv
Tour lor High School Credit was
erected with great enthusiasm."
'aid A. B. Wiener, chairman of
inning Committee. "Just as
the Judaica program has con-
stantly expanded, the Hieh School
Study Tour evolved into the
Great t Miami High School in
Israel."
Based on the successful comple-
examinations given and
| judged by overseas school person-
i i h student will receive the
'ame amount of credit he would
e-1 had he stayed in
tfhnol in Miami.
The program is being coordi-
nated under the atispiees of the
r Miami Jewish Federation
.th 'he participation of the Dade
County School Board, the Israel
Kducation and Culture.
he Institute for Jewish Life of
'he Council of Jewish Federations
apd Welfare Funds and the World
51 Youth Foundation.
>y students will be chosen
I the four scheduled quin-
......ams: June 1973, No-
vember 1973, January 1974 and
and if circumstances
September 1973 ouin-
nester program may also be avail-
able.
The i of the program will be
SI .000 for the June 1973
and under $900 for
jhc oth quinmeatera. The price
>importation, room and
ti ivel expenses, admissions,
e ical onal materials
?n" ace li nt an 1 health insurance.
The base of operations will be
a center for study, re-
March a I lucatlon north of Tel
Aviv. Founded in 1949. Beit Berl
ioua camous located in a
'';' untry setting.
Greater Miami High
'ho- 'i Israel will have corn-
ices* to Beit Bed's 29.000
!J"un lit* language library.
V* Program will be completely hi-
.wrender.t. serving only the Dade
I County studenta,
l!m,U''n '" "ni be able to eh0*"?
I^m such courses as: The Bible
,. -'" a: ure; Introduction to
K^^logy; Dawn: Birth of a
Mi'",'' ru':''"-'ion; Cartography
2 Mnric Music as well as se-
history courses and inde-
pendent study programs. The pre-
scribed curriculum will fulfill the
credit requirements of a quinmes-
ter. Interested students may reg-
ister for additional credit.
The school will be run under
the supervision of Rabbi Kipper;
a trained, licensed and experienced
educator who directed Federa-
tion's Israel Study Tour for High
School Credit in the summer of
1972. He will be assisted by two
other American educators with ap-
propriate certification and teach-
ing experience, two counselors, a
deam of students and a full-time
house mother ... an adult-to-
student ratio of one-to-six. All
staff members will live at the
school.
Additional information and ap-
plication forms may be obtained
at any Dade County high school |
office later this month or by con-
tacting Lillian Ross registrar of j
the Greater Miami High School in
Israel at the Federation office.
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Friday, December 8. 1972
Mr. Landow Is Turning His
'Visions' Into 'Realities'
Evangelical Movement Seen
Jewish Community Threat
By ISABEL GROVE
Staff Writer
'I have two priorities in life"
stated Melvin S. Landow. explain-
ir.R his recent pledge of $500,000
to Greater Miami's Oholei Torah
MUV\N S. LANDOW
Day School. "One is perpetuating
Judaism in the United States for
generations to come, and the sec-
ond is helping to build the economy
in Israel."
Mr. Landow. a handsome, young-
ish man. has made several fortunes
in his lifetime, and now with finan-
cial security for his family and
dependents assured, plans to con-
centrate his extensive talents and
means toward realization of his
dreams.
The son of a cantor, from whom
he inherited his strong religious
reliefs. Mr. Landow did not come
from a wealthy family, nor did he
have the benefit of a college de-
gree or education at a great school
)f business administration.
Nevertheless, at the age of 20.
he founded an appliance business
in Pittsburgh. Pa., built it from
one store to a 20-unit chain, sold
it to a national corporation, and
at the age of 37 retired to Miami
Beach with his wife and three
children.
Mc 1 Landow now had what most
people want out of life; a good
income from investments, a beau-
tiful home, a perfect family, a
tennis court and pool on his own
grounds and time to enjoy the
fruits of his labor.
He bought a boat and planned
to write a book on philosophy. But
he know too much to stay retired,
and not quite enough to write on
philosophy.
So he went hack into business,
became enormously successful a
strive for more than academic
achievement. It should be a Torah,
a centre for learning. Eventually.
Oholei Torah will have a complete
educational program from kinder-
garten through college, making it |
the first Yeshiva in the South.
Although we are the fifth or
sixth largest Jewish community in
the United States, at present there .
i^ no continuity in education here.
[n a community this size, we must i
have one complete facility."
At Oholei Torah. "we intend to
provide strong, topflight academic
education, the root of the entire
endeavor, concurrently achieving a
Jewish tradition, undiluted, and
without the need to make any
accommodations."
Planning ahead, Mr. LaLndow
sees phase one as the addition of
a high school and college studies
with "an ongoing program which
will bring the students under the
influence of Jewish thoughts and
ideals." Another innovation of
extreme importance will be keep-
ing the school open 24 hours a day.
Providing the first thrust for
the multi-faceted project was the
half million dollar gift. Others are
Continued from Page. 1-A
gelicaJ, mainline Protestants and
Catholic denominations, church
bodies and pra-eccJeslnstical
groups using all forms of mass
media as well as pearsonal per-
suasion to "call the continent
to Christ."
He and two fellow panelists.
Dr. Eric Meyers, professor of
religion at Duke University, and
Rabbi Steven Shaw, director of
the Hillel Foundation at Rut-
gers University, expressed con-
cern that conversion efforts
were beginning to have an in-
fluence on Jewish youth, espe-
cially at college.
They observed that these ef-
forts appeared particularly
threatening at a time when
American Jews and Jewish com-
munal agencies were engaged in
serious discussions about the
implications of rising rates of
inter-marriage, the need for a
heightened sense of Jewish
identity and new ways to in-
sure Jewish continuity in a
secular society.
Rahhi Tanenbaum (tilled on
"The Christian conscience to
recognize that a Christian theol-
ogy based on the negation ol
Judaism and tha sees Christi-
anity as a substitution for the
Jewish faith will have the
human effect of destroying the
existence of the Jewish people."
Prof. Meyers observed that
"Though few Jewish students
are probably actually converted
to Christianit.-. the guilt feel-
ings that missionizing activities
arouse in many students, often
unarticulated, are the kinds of
problems that not just Jewish
students, but all college stu-
dents should do without."
Rabbi Shaw expresse.l the
view that the challenge by the
Eastern cults posed a more
serious threat to young Jews
and adults than Christian mis-
sionizing.
JFCS Opens South Beach Offices
second time, and wrote a book on givinR services, additional money
How to Make a Million in Re-
tailing". "to satisfy my own
ego and to plant a seed that has
produced a harvest for me, and I
hope may help others do the
same," he says.
The founder of Kennedy and
Cohen, Mr. Landow started his
"hobby" with a single store on
Biscayne Blvd. After 7'2 years,
and stores in Tampa, Atlanta,
Kansas City and Houston, the ap-
pliance business went public, net-
ting Mr. Landow another fortune.
and material. So far. the building,
a three-story edifice accommodat-
ing 400 and containing 21 class-
rooms. 21 support rooms, a
kitchen, library and a gym, the
air-conditioning and floor covering
have been donated.
"I am a Jew, but I am an
American," says this man who
wants to be "a fruitful human
being." He added. "I feel respon-
sible to this land."
Having provided substantially
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for his familv, he wants to put
Always concerned with Judaism | cvei.vthim; else back into Judaism
and active ;n synagogue affairs. | and tne maintenance of a Jewish
Mr. Landow now set about making j ^^
some of his visions into realities.
_. .,. ,__ I Bevond his ambitions for Oholei
Firmly convinced that only '
Orthodoxy, which makes no ac-
commodations and accepts no
I modifications, can preserve the
Jewish tradition." Mr. Landow
believes that "we must teach our
people not to compromise."
The only Jewishness which has I Mr. and Mrs. Landow will be
The Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service. a beneficiary
agency of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Fedeiation. has expanded its
Miami Beach operation with the
opening of a new office at 850
Washington Ave.
The JFCS offers profes-
sional counseling on personal or
family problems to over 3,000 per-
sons each year in addition to co-
ordinating absorption services to
refugees in the Greater Miami
area.
'A large part of the case load
on Miami Beach was directly re-
lated to the problems of the aged,
said Arnold Stern. JFCS president.
We opened the Washington Avenue
office so we could get closer to
where they live especially the
elderly poor."
The Washington Avenue office
| offers both counseling and services
i to the aged. These services in.
elude finding housing for people
with small, limited income, aiding
the eligible to receive food stamps
and helping them adjust to the
special problems posed by retire-
ment and aging through counsel-
ing.
"We've offered similar services
for the past eight years at our of-
fice at 420 Lincoln Rd." Mrs.
stern said. "But DOW that office
will concentrate on individual and
fan-il counseling."
Torah here, Mr. I^anriow wants to
ice that future teachers are
trained to help Israel and the
Soviet Jews. And then eventually
he will involve himself with the
economic needs in Israel itself.
*31-6061
rfSSJS*
term
ox can survive is strictly Orthodox.
We must not deviate by one
comma, or omit one interpretation.
Only in that way can we avoid
the danger of being assimilated,
especially through intermarriage.
"That's the way it is in the
Torah. and that's the way it is at
Oholei Torah," Mr. Landow em-
phasized.
guests of honor at Oholei Torah's
sixth annual scholarship banquet
in the Diplomat Hotel Sunday eve-
ning.
CEU.FI0.IT Humim, miui I
Young Singles Plan Dance
The Young Singles of Temple
Fmanu-El, 1701 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach, are planning a
dance Sunday at 8 p.m. There is a
Self-assured and articulate. Mr. j small admission charge; refresh-
Landow added. "A School should ments will be served.
w~\
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Brandeis University
Holding First South
When the Brandeis Universitv
Board >'( Trustees holds its first
meeting in South Florida, Dec.
J4-16. ;i major theme of the three-
day program will be a salute to
Branded' 25th anniversary and to
Brandeis' emergence as a major
academic center of Judalca. '''
Planning the salute is a large
committee of Brandeis Trustees.
Fellows of the University, mem-
bers of the Brandeis President's
Council, Florida chapters of the
Brandeis National Women's Com-
mittee, alumni and other friends
and supporter* of the University.
The committee is headed by
Ralph Levitz of Miami, board
chairman of the Levitz Furniture
David Pinski Culture Club
Oneg .' habbos Friday Eve
The "One,; Shabbos" of the
David Pinski Club will feature a
literary and musical program Fri-
day at 8 p.m. in the Ida Fisher
School Cafeteria, 1450 Drexel
Ave.. Miami Beach.
"The Tra^i? Death of Teacher,
famish Korchak" will be the sub-
ject of a talk by author and lec-
tuier L Lasavin; a group of Yid-
dish and Hebrew songs by Hilda
with Paul Yanovsky on I
the ind !in and selections from |
Yi i; -1 poets, by Morde-
i zel, vill entertain the gath-
R( nents will be served;
ihlic Invited.
Board Of Trustees
Florida Meeting
; Corp. of Miami and a Brandeis
Fellow. He is being assisted bv
honorary chairman Lewis S. Ro-
sentiel of Miami Beach, retired
head of Schenley Industries, also
a Brandeis Fellow. Mr. Rosentiel's
wife, Blanka, heads the hostesses
committee.
A Dec. 14 dinner-dance at the
Doral Hotel and Country Club wUI
officially open the three-day series
of business sessions and socials.
Among the topics to be discussed
will be Brandeis' major accom-
plishments in its first 25 years and
the rapid growth of its various
Judaic studies.
Brandeis' involvement in Judaic
studies is conducted in two broad
areas. Near Kastern and Judaic-
Studies and Contemporary Jewish
Studies, both of which are housed
in the Philip W. Lown School for
Near Eastern and Judaic Studies,
the gift of a Brookline, Mass.. and
Miami Beach shoe industrialist,
who is a Brandeis Trustee Em-
eritus.
Court Clears Trepper Of Charge He Collaborated
PARIS (WNS) A French I
court has completely absolved Leo-1
I o'd Trapper, head of the "Red
Orchestra,' (the Soviet spy net-
work in Nazi-occupied Western
Europe) of charges of collaborat- j
ng with the Gestapo, and ordered
lis accuser, former French :oun-
ter-intelligence chief Jean Rochet,
to pay one franc in symbolic dam-
ages and 1,000 francs in court fees,
Trepper, unable to attend trial
because Polish authorities refused
him a visa, was Informed of his
tory by his attorney over the
telephone. Ro-het was s le I for
libel last April after accusing
Trepper of betraying his com-
rades in the underground while in
Gestapo cu-*.odv.
Mitchell V/olfson, president of)
Wometco Enterprises, Inc., re-
ceived the National Broadcast1
Editorial board of directors'
special award for his "pioneer
ing work in the broadcast edi-|
tonal field" at the International i
Conference of the Radio-Tele-1
vision News Directors Associa-1
tion in the Bahamas last week. I
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the new changes in the face of
the land have far greater prac-
tical meaning After all. every
agronomist has written of
China's desperate need for re-
foresting for the last century
and more. Y?t there could be
no reforesting while the char-
coal burner* still took every
twig and bush to be found on
the hills within reasonable range
of their markets.
After all, again, every agron-
omist also used to write about
the terrible waste of good land
for the countless little graves
that were put wherever the geo-
mancers ordered. Leveled graves
may seem as grim today as lev-
eled altars of the earth and the
grain no doubt -eeme-3 in the
third century B.C. Yet the land
gain has been very great.
AS TO THOSE roads, when I
*M last in China, the first mo-
'orabl,. road south of the Yang-
*2o River was reputed to be
hardly mon> than 25 years old.
"The imperial highways" of the
mountainous province of Yunnan
LP and down these, specially
'rained pack ponies slithered
and Clattered And to reach any
village, you went on foot or on
a Pony or. if you were very
grand, in a sedan chair.
Yet how can there be modern
gnculture without roads to
""ng in the machines and seeds
>to fertilizer and to carry out
ne crops' For nigner jields
'n*ed, village roads are more
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nti ou5eeds orv>,he fertilizer
1 Lnincse regard as precious.
AU OI, rH,F was ta
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Friday, December 6, 1972
Ambassador's Ball Slates
Israel Envoy To Canada
Dr. Theodor Meron, Israel's
Ar-.oassador to Canada, will be the
|Ust of honor at the eighth annual
AMBASSADOR THEOOOff *t*OM
Ax oassador's Ball Dec. 17 at the
FV ntainebleau Hotel. Announce-
ment of Ambassador V.eron's ac-
ceptance was made Wednesday by
Harold Friedman and Tibor Hollo,
cochairmen of the event spon-
sored by State of Israel Bonds.
First National Bank of Miami
beard chairman Harry Hood Bas-
sett will be honored at the black
1> function, the social highlight
oi the annual Jewish community
ca:endar for South Florida.
Ambassador Gideon Rafael, Is-
rae.'s foremost political strategist
arc head of its foreign service,
praised his colleague. Dr. Meron.
this week at a champagne recep-
tion preparing for the Ambassa-
dor's Ball. "He is a gifted member
of the diplomatic corps and his
presence will pay proper tribute
to the leadership which Mr.
B* ^ett and the entire comniu-
iU of South Florida have given
to Israel Bonds," Mr. Rafael said.
Ambassador Meron fought in
Israel's War of Independence in
1944 and 1949, and is a graduate
of the Artillery Officers School.
One of Israel's foremost author-
ities on international law, he
earned master's degrees in law
fn .i Harvard University in 1955
d from the Hebrew University
ci Jerusalem. He later was a re-
search assistant at Harvard and
received the Law School's S.J.D.
degree in 1957. He also earned a
diploma in public international
law from Cambridge University in
3^-57.
Dr. Meron has been a member
ol the Foreign Ministry for the j
i 15 years, serving first as
-tant and later principal assist-
ant legal adviser to the Ministry.
He was a member of Israel's per-
rr.i. nent mission to the United
Nations for several years before
let inning to Israel after the Six-
Day-War to serve as Legal Ad-
\ to the Foreign Ministry.
arvations for the Ambassa-
dors Ball still are available at the
Israel Bonds office, with a require-
nl that those attending pur-
i ase a minimum of $1,000 in 1972.
Ambassador Rafael said that "I
kr w of no timetable for peace
ID ;he Middle East." Ambassador
Gideon Rafael, senior political ad-
\ isor to Israel's Foregin Minister,
held a news conference at the
Cadillac Hotel prior to addressing
leaders of the High Rise Division
of State of Israel Bonds.
The former director of the
Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs
was a guest of honor at a cham-
1 agne reception hosted by the
National Society of Israel Bonds
Trustees and Builders at the
Fontainebleau Hotel. Ambassador
Rafael was Israel's chief repre-
sentative at the United Nations
during and following the Six-Day
War of June. 1967. and currently
plays a role in the Jewish nation
comparable to that of Dr. Henry
Kissinger in the United States.
He said he has no knowledge of
a United States draft agreement
on a Middle Fast settlement, as
reported recently by a French
newspaper and denied by the State
Department in Washington.
Ambassador Rafael also said he
has no knowledge direct or in-
direct of any moves by Dr.
j Kissinger aimed at breaking the
! deadlock in the Middle East crisis.
"I believe Dr. Kissinger has
more than enough on his hands in
the effort to end the terrible war
in Viet Nam," the Israeli envoy
said at his news conference. "We
wish him and all of the negotiating
parties success in bringing a quick
end to the conflict."
He said Israel is ready to make
concessions which would enable
Egypt to reopen the Suez Canal,
to rebuild its cities destroyed in
the fighting which followed the
Six-Day War and to resettle its
population which moved away
from the Suez area.
But he said the Arab states tend
to "confuse the issues rather than
tc reach a solution. They main-
tain a policy of no recognition of
Israel, no peace with Isiael and no
negotiations with Israel."
Ambassador Rafael said an in-
to im agreement on the Suez
Canal would be of more benefit
to Egypt than to Israel, with the
Israelis willing to give up their
valuable military positions along i
the Suez and elsewhere in the ]
Sir.ai Peninsula. He said "we
believe the separation of forces
would reduce tension."
Asked about the danger of re-
newed terrorist activity to Israel,
he said the Arab states themselves
were in as much danger from the
activities of the Black September
and other Palestinian terrorist
movements. 'Terrorism is a dam-
ning disease, a plague to all
nations in the world, one that
should be eliminated by concerted
international action." the Israeli
envoy said.
He arrived from Israel Sunday
to spark an all-out drive by Israel
Bonds for record sums of invest-
ment during the final month of
1972.
Elegant floral candelabras will adorn all tables at the Dec.
16 Mount Sinai Medical Center President's Ball in the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel's Grand Ballroom. Flanking one oi the
creations of Ralph Hayes Florists are Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Faske, chairmen of this year's President's Ball Committee.
The gala affair, celebrating 23 years of dedicated medical
service to the South Florida community, will include gour-
met food and music by Jerry Marshall and his orchestra.
For reservations, contact the Mount Sinai Public Relations
office.
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day at 10 a.m. at 90th St. and
Co.lins Ave.
T. lucator Leon Segal will speak
on "The Survival and Continua-
tion of the Jewish People," and
Merdecai Yardeini, composer, will
offer a program of sones.
Also on the agenda will be a
dramatic reading by Marcus
Me:sel of "A Chanukah Lamp"
by J. L. Perez.
When jott^re arrived,


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Joseph Proclaimed Faith
By KABBI ROBERT ORKAND
Temple Israel
This week's Sidra. Mlkketz. is an
i- teresting one, to- it te'ls us of
1he deeply rooted faith of a man
who has, through his ability to
interpret dreams, found the wav
1' "succeed in business without
;eally trying."
We have seen in the previous
Si Ira how Joseph proudly pro-
< lmcd his faith in God during his
j'iourn in a foreign country
amidst idolators. He repels the
advances of his master's wife, end-
ing with the words:
How, then, can I do this great
.vickedness and sin against God?
I Genesis 34:9)
In a similar vein he replies to
the imprisoned high officials of
Phaioah's court who are troubled
by their dreams:
Do not interpretations belong to
God? (Genesis 40:8).
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SYNOPSIS Of THf WtmiV YOKAH PORTION
Mikketz
"And it came to pass at the eni of two full years that Phar-
aoh dreamed ." (Chapters XLI-XLIV, 17)
PHARAOHS DREAMS: During the 19th century B.C.E.,
when the events narrated in the previous chapter took place.
Egypt was ruled by alien invaders from Syria, known as the
Hyksos or shepherd kings.
Two years had elapsed slr>;e the chief butler's promise to
Joseph, when Pharaoh, the king of Egypt had two similar
dreams. In the first, seven lean cows devoured seven well fed
cows, and in the second, seven thin cars of corn swallowed seven
full ears of corn. Disturbed by his experience, Pharaoh could
find no Interpreter. It was then that th;> chief butler remembered
J. seph and. confessing his fault for forgetting him. told Pharaoh
of what had occurred in orison.
Hastily summoned before Pharaoh. Joseph foretold that his
dreams meant that seven years of plenty would be followed by
seven years of famine, and their duplication signified that their
fulfillment was imminent. He advised the appointment of a
discreel and wise person with authority to appropriate one fifth
of the land and store corn during the seven tears of plenty in
preparation for the seven years of famine. Pharaoh could find
no better choice than Joseph himself who, at the age of 30,
became Grand Vizier of Egypt.
JOSEPH'S BROTHERS IN EGYPT: The severe famine in
Canaan compelled Jacob to send his sons down to Egypt to buy
corn, but he kept Benjamin back, lest he suffer harm. As
Joseph personally supervised the sales, all foreign buyers had
to appear before him. When his brothers arrived he recognized
them immediately, but did not disclose his identity, wishing to
assure himself that they were truly repentant of their crime
against him, so Joseph spoke harshly and accused them of being
spies, which they strongly denied They were 12 brothers, they
said; the youngest had been left at home with his father, and
another had disappeared. If this were true, answered Joseph,
one of them should fetch the young brother whilst the others
were imprisoned and he placed them all in custody. After three
days they were released and Joseph permitted them to take
corn back home for their families, but they were to return to
Egypt with Benjamin so that their story could be verified whilst
Simeon was to be retained as a hostage. The brothers, speak-
ing to each other, confessed their guilt for their brutal treatment
of Joseph, and were reminded by Reuben how he had tried to
save him. Joseph, who understood the conversation, turned
aside and wept.
On the way home one of them opened his sack to give
his ass some food and found the money paid for the corn, not
knowing that this had been restored at the command of Joseph.
The brothers feared that they would be accused of theft. On
reaching home they gave a full account to Jacob of all that had
happened, and on emptying their sacks were terrified to find
that each had had his money returned. Jacob still refused to let
Benjamin go to Egypt lest he suffer the fate of his brother
Joseph.
SECOND VISIT TO EGYPT: The famine in Canaan became
so severe that Jacob had no alternative but to yield to Judah,
who offered to become surety for Benjamin's safety. Taking
with them double the money necessary' to pay for the corn and
gifts of the choicest fruits, the brothers, this time accompanied
by Benjamin, appeared before Joseph, who through his steward
invited them to dine with him. This only added to their fears,
and they approached the steward and explained how they had
found the money in their sacks when returning to Canaan. He
replied that the money must have been a gift from God as the
price of the corn had been paid. Simeon was released from cus-
tody and when Joseph arrived for the meal he was presented
with Jacob's gifts. On seeing Benjamin, he was covered with
emotion and shed tears in secret. The brothers were astonished
to find that they were placed at the table in order of their
seniority.
The next day Joseph ordered his men to supply the brothers
with corn, to return their money secretly and to place hi- silver
divining goblet in Benjamin's sack. The brothers set out. but
were soon overtaken by the steward who accused them of in-
gratitude by stealing the goblet. They protested their innocenc?
and readily agreed to be searched. When the goblet was found
they tore their clothes it: grief and returned to the city. Judah
offered himself and his brothers as sen ants, but Joseph refused
to detain any but the offender. Benjamin, he said, would be de-
tained and the rest W< re free to return to their father.
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TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
finding an von** capable- GP mr- ( -----,----
preting their dreams in Pharaoh's am (T.^^^!
dungeon. But the Hebrew prisonei ; bert Baumgard 3
replied that interpretations be- Friday s:a p.m., annual adull Chan-
longed to God and He chose whom j ^J".^ r^St^U/' wfli
He thought fit to act as a vehicle he pi-esented by choir, directed by
for interpreting their dreams.
With all of Pharaoh's experts
' affled by their master's two dis-
quieting dreams, the cup-bearer
recalls belatedly the lowly Hebrew
youth who did so well by him in
similar circumstances. Joseph is I beth kodesh. ,101 sw 12th Ave.
u j w nnin~n uhoro ho Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Sha-
rushed to the palace, where he p.ro Can.or Lecn Seqa, 6
soon attains a position second only
to that of Pharaoh himself. His
subsequent rise to power exceeds
even the extravagant promise of
his boyhood visions.
The story that is thus artfully
and dramatically built up is in
all essentials a secular account.
Yet the very fact that the history
of Joseph occupies such a promi-
nent place in the patriarchal nar-
ratives is sufficient proof that the
subject matter was viewed as part
ot a broader spiritual pattern.
The factual background is now all
but obliterated by the rich literary
detail. Yet some intimation of a
c;eeper purpose can be found fairly
close to the surface.
As Joseph stands before the
I entire court of Pharaoh, perhaps j Portion of the Weak,
only temporarily freed from
Prison, Pharaoh says to Jo*ph: V-2S: BLTlB
"I have heard say of thee, that Winogr-J. Cantor Nehouda Binya-
you can understand a dream to i m,n-_______ 13
interpret it." (Genesis 41:15) T|FERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Selma BaiiRtsard
BETH DAVID. 2826 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Irving A. Wein-
gard. Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman. 5
Friday S:15 p.m.. Mrmon topic: "Faith
Conquers All"', follow ed by tinea;
Shahhnt hosted by Bernard Sedon in
memory of his parents.
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th ]
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles |
Rubel. Cantor Ssymour Hinkes. 8
Friday S:1T, p.m. Rabbi Rubel will I
have as his sermon topic: "Joseph ;
Assimilnter and Jew." followed by
Ones; Shabbat.
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Mi.
ami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot. 10
Friday 8:15 p m. Rabbi Narot will
discuss President Nixon's post-doc-
tion comments on permissiv.....s> and
his plans to change the mortl in the
nation.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
Friday S: 1." p.m.. lorition I"' "Af-
ter Chanukah What?" Saturday
s:4.'i a.m.. Rabbi Render's: sermon:
At this crucial moment in his
life, when Joseph's interpreta-
tions could mean advancement or
leversion to the dungeon, he j urday 9 a.m.
proudly proclaimed his faith in his
God: "And Joseph answered
Pharaoh, saying: It is not in me:
God shall give Pharaoh an answer
of peace."
If we look carefully at Joseph's
lengthy answer to Pharaoh in
which he interprets the ruler's
dreams we see a constant refer-
ence to God and God's will. From
the standpoint of content these
references add nothing, neither to
the explanation of the dream or
to the advice on how to meet the
coming famine. But yet, these ref-
erences form the cornerstone of
the Joseph story and of the Rabbis'
interpretation of it.
In his answer Joseph refers to
God as the power behind the
scenes, the doer, the shower, the
Ave. Conservative. R1L01 Maurice
Klein. 14
Friday 8:15 p.m. Ruhbi Klein will dis-
cuss the life of President Nixon. S.it-
ZION (Temple). 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Helfman. 16
Friday 8 p.m.. consecration of begin-
ners In Alenh classes of Hebrew
school. Saturday 9 a.m.. Bar Mitzvah:
David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Mishkin. Sermon: Sedrsth of the Week.
WUUMM
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. 15
Friday 8:15 p.m. sermon topic: "Jew-
ish Survival in America and Abroad."
New members will be honored at this
special service and an Oneg Shabbat
following the service will be hosted
by the Sisterhood.
HOKfH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbsum. 35
Friday 8:15 p.m. Rabbi f.orfinkel will
report on his study of Israel's ab-
sorption of Russian Jews
NER TAMID (Temple). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. Z
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Phineas Websrman.
Cantor Leo Radin 30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 643
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
way, North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive Rabbi Emmet Allen Frank. Can-
tor Murray Yavneh. 32-A
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARD
CONGREGATION, 707 5th St.. Mi-
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor-
decai Chaimovits-
MORTN MIAm. BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Can-
tor Reuvan Eckhaus. 33
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BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beacn
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max L10-
schitz. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Habbi Victor D.
Zwelling. Cantor Jack Lerner. 38
SINAI (Temple). 01 NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rab'Ji
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 37
Friday B:IB p.m. ,Rabbl Kingsley has
scheduled an 'Ask the Rabbi" ses-
sion Saturday 10:3" a m Torah por-
tion of the week will be studied.
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. 38
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Zalman Kossowsky. 39
C.OkAL GABIES
JUOEA (Temple). 5500 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. 40
Friday B:15 p.m. Saturday 11:1
Bal Mltsvnh: Susan, daughter o( Mr,
and Mrs Alan KorschUn
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Ai.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell A.
Berger. Cantor P. Hillel Brummer.
41
Friday s:ir, p.m. "Ask the Rabht
Seminar." Rabbi Maxwell Berger of-
ficiating. Saturday 8:4S a.m.
sinrsiDt
MOGAN DAVIO CONGREGATION,
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. 50
fORT UUOOtOJUi
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva.
Brilliant. Cantor Maurice Nu. 42
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EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Canter Jerome Kttment. 43
POMPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE ,11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Jacob J. Renter.
MIAMI BEACH
declarer, and the bringer to pass, j AGUDATH ISRAsn.. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
In fact, in Genesis 41:32. the name | Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever,
of God is inserted twice, against
all rules of syntax, in order to
emphasize the central role of
Divine Will: "It is because the
thing is established by God and
God will shorty bring it to pass."
The pronoun He" would have
been sufficient in the second half
of this verse, but Joseph takes
great pains to proclaim the omni-
potence of his God at all times, in
the midst of an idolatrous world.
The brash young man who suc-
ceeded to rise to the top by in-
terpreting dreams still finds it im-
portant to proclaim his belief in
the One God.
In his climb to the top Joseph
was able to pause and reflect on i BETH yoseph chaim congrega.
the meaning of his life. Thus, even T'N' M3 M#ridi4n Ave' 'A
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahv T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamehes 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef-
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
Friday S:1T, p.m.. Rabbi David Raab
will preach the sermon: "Rlntele
Brief." Saturday morning Rabbi Raab
will speak on: "Joseph. Prime Min-
ister of Egypt."
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BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Convisar. 21
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BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky. 22
the distractions of an unusually
exciting story cannot crowd out
entirely the recurrent theme that
human destiny is divinely or-
dained, that a man's career is
ultimately but a link in a grander
design.
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
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CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON.
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave.,
Rabbi Meir Masl.ah Melamed. 23-A
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
Voters Incorporated To
Hear Magnes and Meyerson
Voters Incorporated will have i,
Its monthly "ooen to the public" g^jfc."W lT*lttB
ITvWting Tuesday at S p m. In the Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Washington Federal. 1-':; Wash-'
nrsiusjaiim ..::...:..:......... ........:.:.... i'MI
. ..am .
ington Ave. Miami Bea.h.
Guest speakers will bo Miami
Beach Councilman Herbert Mag-
n< > aid civic leader Murrav S.
! Meyerson. Harry Levy plv,jdent ," "{ '*- ^
. | ot Voter-;. Inc., Will net as mod-1 Ja, daugtater of Mr. and Mrs. Saul
'vator. There is
1 charge.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
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MENORAH (Temp:.,. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 610>
NW 9th St.
HALLAHDALt
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
(Conservative). 416 NE 8th Ave.
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz, Cantiv
Jacob Danziaer.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 46
Friday 8:1.1 p.m. Dr. Samuel Z. Jaffo
will speak on "The Afterglow of
Chanukah." followed by Oneg Shab-
bat hosted by Dr. and Mrs. Robert U
ilerg-er.
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 4601 Ar-
thur St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving GokJ. 48
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson S"
Conservative. Rabbi David dhapiro.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraan. 47
TEMPLE BETH AHM, Conservative,
310 S.W. 02nd Avenue. HoHywood.
Rabbi Salomon Benerroeh.
TEMPLE 8OLEL (Liberal) 5001
Thomas Street, Hollywood. RaDbl
Robert Frazin.
MIKAMA*
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 36th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Orazin.
Cantor Abraham Koster. 4S
Cantor Meyer Enoel. 2S
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Ben.
Hillel. 25-A
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Auction At B'nai Raphael
Congregation B'nai Raphael,
1401 NW 183rd St.. will hold its
annual auction Sunday. A varied
collection of items such as dinners
for two, weekends for two. fur-
niture, lamp*, clothing and pic-
tures will be put up for auction.
Auctioneer will be Harold FreeoV
nian.
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110 admission. !'"."'"r ,f"u."'^ Bar MIU-
" van: Bernard, son of Mr. ami Mrs
Max Oarazi.
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CANDLELIGHTING TIME
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fJewisti fhridHari
Paaell-A
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Max Lerner
Sees H
NEW YORK, N.Y. There ought to he a taw against letting
Ia presidential candidate victor or conquered give Interviews
[with his reflections on the election. They are too painfully self-
|conscious or cute or uninformed.
President Nixon's was at least tolerable although even his
icanniness didn't keep him from blundering into the nonsen<"
'al'out how voters are like children who shouldn't be brought up
Ipermissively. But Sen. McGovern's post-election has to he held
[unconst tutional. under the heading of cruel and unusual punish-
ment, both for him and the reader. It is full of bitterness, self-
|pity and simplistic analyses of the sources of the event. My only
summary of it would be that he didn't know what hit him.
One of the Nixon-Agnew speech\\liters. Pal Buchanan, did
a slashing, devastating assault the other day on a few faltering
[post-election attempts by devoted McGovern supporters to tem-
[per the blow visited on him. Pat builds up these attempts into
| rising tilt of the South Dakota senator as a saintly martyr.
|too good for this wicked old world of politics.
It makes good reading, as the Buchanan sallies always do.
Iwhi ther he delivers them personally or Spiro Agnew does. He
[shatters the idea of McGovern as an "innocent who thinks or
Ispeaks no evil of his enemies, and showschapter and verse
that he i;od some pretty rough language on Nixon. As the "am-
paign wore on, he saw Nixon increasingly as the embodiment
I of evil.
A ft
VKT THERE IS A 8BM8B in which McGovern is in truth
an innocent not the innocence which is purity of heart but the
inniccnee which filters expeiience through a simplistic mind.
Nixon isn't an innocent in either sense. McGovern is, in the
second. That may explain why he still doesn't know what hit
him, still doesn't understand the underground streams in the
human heart on which the outcroppings of the human mind feed.
But Americans are harsh on losers, although not nearly as
harsh as the ancient Greeks in their athletic contests, who were
implacable to anyone who came in second. What Americans do
to a loser is the tidy housewife bit: They sweep him out of their
minds. From idol to stumblebum in a couple of months: That
was the Eugene McCarthy story, especially among the young.
and it Is likely to be the McGovern story.
To get some perspective it is worth looking at the unsuc-
cessful candidates of the last 40 years or so who never got to
|b" President My list is Al Smith, Alf Landon. Wendell Wilkie.
Dewey, Adiai Stevenson, Barry (ioldvvator. Hubert Hum-
phrey, George McGovern. Frtr good measure add the two third-
party candidates --- Henry Wallace in ^948 ami George Wallace
|n 1968.
1 have my favorites among the 10-- Stevenson, Wilkie and
flumphrey. Any one of the three would have made a good Piesi-
jient. possibly a historic one. All three were also the most gal-
lant and graceful in defeat. Perhaps there is a correlation.
Dewey and Smith would have been tolerably good. I.andon
he is still in his vigorous 80s would have been careful like
poolidge, not to do any harm.
THE TRIE INNOCENTS among them were Henry Wal-
ce and Barry Goldwater, in the Sense that they were men who
flieved deeply in their principles and stuck to them in fair and
[tut weather, and lived in a little universe of their own. So does
[cGovern. Yel he shifted more with the wind, though he now
mercifully wiped out the memory of it. Perhaps it is just as
that he didn't get elected: He would have broken the
[arts of many of his followers.
The ideologists both Wallaces. Go'.,'.water would have
kde th( worst Presidents. I include George Wallace among
|c ideologists very hesitantly. He has an ideological following,
V ne has shifted since 19o8 and judging from his Meet the
ess interview he Is ambitious for 1976 and will shift more.
1: is interesting that the three who cot beaten most n -
fndingly were Landon. Goldwater and McGovern, and of the
third-party candidates, Henry Wallace made a pitiful show-
Excepl for Landon. they belong in the innocence-ideology
l.andon's crushing defeat came because he was a nobody.
ling against F.D.R., the glamorous father figure of the New
am tempted to extend my list and make it a round dozen
eluding two candidates Estes Kefauver and Robert Ken-
- who should have had the Democratic nomination but
1: Kefauver in 1956 by capricious chance. Kennedy in 1968
^ettin killed. Kefauver would have made a good President,
"ody possibly a great one, certainly a notable one.
|Even had he failed, I suspect that Kennedy aiong with Wilkie,
Pnson and Humphrey, would have had what David Reisman
< the nerve of failure stature in the face of it, and a capac-
learn from it.
Lodge Project To Benefit Children
Some 107 crippled children,
atients at the Harry Anna
Crippled Child en's Hospital in
Umatilla, Fla., will benefit from
the Miami Beach Elks I^xige
movie project, according to Es-
teemed Leading Knight Irving
Firtel, project chairman.
Featuring Baibra Streisand in
"Up the Sand Box," the movie will
bo shown for the first time. Dec.
14, at the Carlo Theatre in Miami
Beach.
Besides the crippled children's
hospital, the Elks have an inten-
sive program for rehabilitation of
children; Boy Scouts; and scholar-
ship awaids to deserving children.
Local activities are under tlie
direction of David Drucker, E\-
alted Ruler; living Weinstein.
ticasiuer; Sam Bavarian, trust
emeritus; Harry Kleinman. chair-
man of trustees; Ernest Bernstein,
chairman. Crippled Children's ( v
tificates, Irving Cohen, assistant
I ;nner iriia^ri. and many others.
Rabbi Dr. David Lehilield in-1
stalls David Eisenstein as 1973 |
president oi Kneseth Israel
Conqregation. Other officers in-1
elude Joseph Hcffenberg, Mur-
. ray Eisenberg, and Harry Ros-'
enberg, vice presidents; David
Rcthman, treasurer; Melchior
Goldring, financial secretary,
and Harry Reiser, recording
secretary.
Cantor Moshe Ganchoff has
been invited to chant the morn-
ing services at Temple Beth
Raphael Saturday, Dec. 16, as-
sisted by a male choir. The
Sabbath will be dedicated to
Soviet Jewry; the weekend cel-
ebration will culminate Sun-
day with an installation ban-
quet in the Fontainebleau Ho-
tel honoring Mrs. Hyman J.
Berger, Sisterhood president.
*Y Assists With
Entertainment OI
Elderly Visitors
The YM YW11A of Greater
Miami has been helping to provide
i ntertainmenl for a group of low-
income, elderly citizens who are
Spending winter vacations in
Miami this year.
The program that brings the
aged men and women. 600 in all.
'(i Miami is sponsored by Asso-
ciated CamDS, a division of the
Associated YM YWHAs of Greater
New York and a beneficiarv of
the Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropies.
More than 50,000 years of ac-
cumulated age are represented
among the vacationers. Top age
honors for the men goes to a
94-year-oldster while an 84 year-
old grand dame, who celebrated
her birthday at the Crown Hotel
in Miami Beach, tops the ladies In
age.
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Films Held Over
Among films being held over at
Wometco Theatres are "The Vala-
chi Papers" at the Carib; "Butter-
flies are Free" at the l(!3rd St-
and They Only Kill their Mas-
j ters" at the Twin II. "Dr. Zhi-
vago" is at the Parkway, and "The
Great Waltz" is in its fourth week
at the Normandy.
Beautiful
When it's 5 p.m. on Friday and your secretary
reminds you she'll be on vacation next week,
you might like to know Sharon Petersen.
Sharon is the Manpower Service Representative
who recently worked through a holiday weekend
to locate a legal secretary. It took a few hours
on the phone, long distance from her mother's
home, but the right person was on the job
first thing Monday morning.
Sunday work isn't routine at Manpower.
But the understanding and dedication shown
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There's a Sharon Petersen in our town too,
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Even when it isn't easy.
And that's the beauty of Manpower.
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Friday, December 8. 1S72
ISRAEL ?
WHAT DO YOU
KNOW ABOUT
A lofty week quiz, marking the 25th anniversary
celebration of the birth el Israel, has been pre-
pared for this and other member papers of the
American Jewish Press Association by the Depart-
ment of Education and Culture of the American
Section of the World Zionist Organization.
-----------------:
1. Who was Israel's second President?
2. What is Teddy Kollek's position in Israel?
3. What is the Law of Return?
4. In what section of Jerusalem do the ultra-orthodox live?
5. What is the name of Israel's most southern seaport?
6. The closing of what straits was one of the causes for the
Six-Day War?
7. What territories did Israel occupy in the Six-Day War?
8. What is the name of Israel s main seaport?
9. What is Zim?
10. What is Israel's second deep-water port?
Answers to the above questions will be found upside down
below. Right right answers will indicate a good knowledge of
JsraeL Six questions answered correctly is passing. Check the
answers to see how well you scored.
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Host: Kahiii Alexander Gross
Dae. 10 Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
(Repeated on Ch. 2, 6:30 p.m.)
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "Word of God"
Guests: Rabbi Max Lipschitz and Father John
Vereb
Dec 10 Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Alexander Gross
Topic: "Jewish Day School Movement"
Guests: Rabbi Sholom D. Lipskar, Mrs. Mae
Perlstein, Rabbi Dov Bidnick, Rabbi
Stanley Weiss
....._*'
Scale Model of
Hospital Center
To Be Unveiled
A scale model of the new Cedars
of Lebanon Health Care Center
building complex at 14th Street
and 12th Avenue will be unveiled
for the first time at the Anniver-
sary Ball Saturday 1n -tTteTon-
tainebleau Hotel.
Board chairman Harry L. Lewis
will flip the switch turning on
hundreds of tiny lights inside the
buildings and setting in motion
fountains and a flowing miniature
canal along the 12th Avenue en-
trance of the East Building.
The ultra modern structures, in
perfect proportion, measure 10
ft. aq, and 3 ft. high, and were
designed by the architecture firm
of Smith. Korach, Hayet. Lip-
pack, Haynie and Associates.
When completed, the three
buildings in the Civic Center will
provide 5C0 more in-patient beds,
educational and research facilities,
housing for personnel, and greatly
expanded health services.
The Anniversary Ball celebrates
the 11th birthday of Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital. President is S.
K. Bronstein; ball chairman is
John H. O'Neil. Jr., vice chairman
of the board.
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BAR MITZVAHS
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MIAMI SPRINGS
The Brothers Zim' Opening Feature
In Beth David's Annual Forum Series
Beth David's annual Forum Se-
ries will open its 1972-73 season
with two of America's outstanding
young talents, "The Brothers Zim"
at 8 p.m. Sunday, in Beth David's
Spector Hall, 2625 SW Third Ave.
Tickets for the performance
will be available at the door on
the evening of the performance.
Individual series tickets (for all
three programs I are also available
by calling the synaeigue office.
The Brothers Zim are not
strangers to Miami. Their reper-
toire has placed them in the mu-
sical limelight; it is a program
which features Israeli songs, Yid-
tifeh melodies, liturgical coirnosl-
tiens, operatic arias and best be-
loved Broadway -how tunes.
The Brothers Zim have appear-
ed in person throughout the
United States as well as on Ed
Sullivan's Sunday night television
show. They are masters of their
craft two highly talented per-
formers whose music has retained
its basic warmth through their
dedicated approach to each selec-
tion.
PROPS 'Road Show'
The Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the I
Aged (Douglas Gardensl, 151 NE
52 St., will offer a special treat
| for its residents on Sunday, Dec. \
17, at 2 p.m., when "Road Show j
of Sunshine," sponsored by PROPS J
(an organization made up of show |
people) under the direction of \
' Trudy Ruditz and Patsy Abbott, j
i is presented.
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Friday. December 8. 1972
As We Were Saying
By ROBERT SEGAl
Storm Over The Rainbow (Girls)
|T WAS BAD ENOI'GH to have the Elks, th Kagles, and the Moose fighting; for their dubious
"right" to draw the color line on membership. But
now its the Rainbow Girls; and
this really hurt*.
For the Elks, Kagles and Moose
ore from nature drawn and may
prove able in the end to keep
their liquor licenses and their
prejudices, too. But that which
has to do with Rainbows strikes
one as chaste, pure and honorable;
also abundant with promise.
There was the time of Noah when God said:
'This is the token of the covenant which I make
between me and you ar.d every living creature that
is with you, for ]>erpetual generations: I do set my
bow in the cloud, and it shall be for a token of a
covenant between me and the earth and the
waters shall no more become a flood to destroy a'.I
flesh." Beyond that glorious rainbow sign and heav-
enly pledge, it is also written: "Look upon the rain-
bow, and praise him that made it; very beautiful
it is in the brightness thereof. It compasseth the
heaven about with glorious circle, and the hands of
the most High have bended it."
But there are various officials of the Order of
the Rainbow, the body giving America the Rainbow
Girls, denying two Massachusetts Rainbow Girls
Assemblies any further alliance with the inter-
national parent assembly, obviously because the
Bay State chapters took in black girls. The units
were suspended, a national spokesman said, because
"their admission practices violated a long-standing
by-law that has remained unwritten because it
could violate the Civil Rights Act." This is to de-
clare that we will not put it in writing, not because
we are ashamed of denyiirg that black is just about
the only color you can't find in our rainbow but
because there's that pesky Civil Rights law in the
way.
Israel Newsletter
By Carl Alpert
Strike Makes History
ISRAEL SUFFERS FROM s'rik s t o. These internal
abor conflicts do not command the same headlines
al road as the do ds of ^rab terrorists, or retaliatory mili-
tary 'action by Israel, but they fre-
quently have a serious effect on the
economy or even the security of the
country. Thus strikes which tie up the
country's shipping, or which strangle air
traffic, are directl) related to national
irity. Yet because Israel has a labor
government there has long been reluct-
ance to bring any pressure on strikers.
no matter how much damage they may
do.
Not long ago an end came to the longest strike in
Our film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Tragedy On Film
ih
A I'll.MIC ACCOUNT ol the tragic events during
the Olympic Games early in September, from
shootout in the village, the kidnapping, the
flight to the NATO airport, lead-
ing to the massacre of 11 Israeli
athletes by Palestinian terrorists
lias been completed by David L.
Woiper.
The 44-year-old film producer
who made the documentary' fea-
ture, "Rise and Fall of the Third
Reich," from the book by William
L. Shriver. last year presenting i
musical film photographed in its entirety at Geisel-
gasteig Studios of Bavaria, returned to Munich two
months ago to catch with several national units and
multiple cameras the official events of the Si>orts
Olympics.
The only documentary filmmaker on the
scene when tragedy struck, Woiper dispatched seven
camera crews to the location, sharing the direction
with Claude I-elouch. the French director of "A
Man and A Woman," who as a Jewish child had
been an inmate at the Dachau concentration camp
- some 10 miles from Munich. It was Lelouch who
stood behind the camera at the airport during the
gun battle between Arab outlaws and German
police; yet. this specific footage became too dark
for processing because the terrorists had shot up
the searchlight facilities.
Perhaps the German sharpshooters and their
Israeli advisors would have done a more precise
job if police and army units had cleared the field
to allow the rescue work to go undisturbed by
commercial picture taking crews and news coverage
of any kind.
Last summer Woiper photographed a less de-
manding event. "Wattstax 72." a musical |rtray-
ing the black-American experience reflected in a
Iix-hour concert during th- Wattstax Festival at
he I.os Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The musical
how was filmed in its entirety, with additional
material to be photographed on a junket throughout
the country. Woiper, America's most outstanding
documentary producer today, combines the Jewish
heritage with the cultural lineage of the black mi-
nority to create a musical hymn to the folklore of
America.
"

Israel's history. It had nothing to do with security. It
was a classical struggle between the workers, backed
with the full weight of the Histadruth, the General Fed-
eration oi Labor and the private ownership of the Elite
chocolate and coffee factories, backed by the Israel Manu-
facturers' Association.
The strike lasted for 53 days. Davar, the official
organ of the Histadruth. confessed at the close that the
workers certainly had nothing io be happy about, and
would certainly think twice before going on strike again.
For one thing the benefits on which the strikers finally
settll i totaled some 35' I of their income. This sounds like
a great victory, except for the fact that before the early
negotiations exploded into strike, the management had
been prepared to grant wage benefits totaling some 40' i.
Until the Elite strike labor hail almost a field day
in Israel. Strikes and sanctions and slowdowns have been
able to elicit all kinds of concessions, largely from the
government. Economists are almost unanimous In point-
ing out that the major cause of Israel's runaway inflation
has been the spiraling upward of wages and salaries and
labor benefits. Anyone who tried a couageous stand in
the face of these pressures was ruthlessly discarded, as
Haitn Laskov found, when he tried to keep the lock work-
ers in line.
The Elite strike was historic not only in length, but
in three important precedents which have been set.
First, a private employer showed that he could stand
up against the whole weight and influence of the Hista-
druth, and not have to knuckle under to unreasonable de-
mands. No one had ever done this before. Even Davar,
l>erhaps ruefully recalling the wildcat strikes of civil
servants in key fields like the post office, aviation, medi-
cine, etc., admitted that the results justified a strong and
firm stand in negotiations against exaggerated demands.
Second, the demand by Elite workers that they be
given an automatic share in the profits of the company
(nothing was said about years in which there would be
losses I was rejected out of hand.
But perhaps most important of all was the fact that
the employers paid no strike pay for the 53 days of idle-
ness. Until now there had been a sacred tradition in
Israel's labor record that workers are entitled to full
pay from their employers for the period they were out on
Strike. With this kind ol tradition, obviously labor could
never lose. This may explain much about Israel's stormy
labor leaders. If the Elite precedent is maintained, and
workers realize that they too must bear some of the risk
of going out on strike, we may find greater iwtience in
face to face negotiations.
In the Elite case the workers lost .. factory lost a great deal of business. The government lost
an enormous amount of taxes. But the greatest loser
was the Histadruth, which lost face and influence, and
was exposed as a paper tiger. -
"I see no reason why such a prejudicial stand
should be allowed to be taken, especially in an orga-
nization which preaches sisterly love," Sheryl King.
17, asserted in a letter of resignation. "Are black
people not our sisters simply because their skin is
dark? I cannot see how the people I know and
trusted so well could be so hypocritical ... By ex-
cluding the black people, you are not only defeating
your purpose, but making a mockery of the very
values you are striving to preserve in this plastic
society."'
Sheryl has been joined in her good fight by-
other Rainbow Girls and women of the Eastern
Star. Her forthright stand reflects the spirit of
James Russel Lowell who resigned from the Town
and Country Club of Boston about a century ago
when the erudite members of that bastion of sup-
posed r spectability were ready to keep out the
distinguish, d Negro. Frederick Douglas. Said Lo-
well: "I am an unlit companion for those who are
to > good to associate with Frederick Douglas.
BOOK REVIEW Seymour Liebman
Zionism. Israel and Judaism
f\l>ritIN4i IMO AND FOR several years there-
after, Zionism as an organized world movement
was considered passe. The State of Israel had come
into being and most |ieople be-
lieved that Zionist aims had seen
fruition. Time marches on and
Zionism is again a revered word.
Zionist has been made a synonym
for Jew by those who seek to cam-
ouflage their anti-Semitism and
anti-Judaism. Again, it is our en-
emies who serve to bring many
Jews into the fold.
Israel Goldberg, a former history teacher, u-. I
the pen-name Learsl "Israel spelled backwardsi to
update an earlier work now called Fulfillment
(Here! Press, H.95). It is an epic story of Zionism.
Although it hasn't the depth or profundity ol
Laqueur's book, which I recently reviewed, m tsl
readers will enjoy Rufus Learsi's book more ml
gain more from it Learsl is the teacher while
Laqueur is the political scientist-historian.
Herbert Parzen has added an appendix so that
"Fulfillment" is current to 1971. The point is
clearly made that the aim of Zionism has not yet
been fulfilled. The Zionist movement has not yet
seen "a legally secured home for the Jewish people"
even though the primary goal the establishment
of the state has been realized. Israel's new defi-
nition of Zionism is that it is the sum total of the
thoughts, emotions and deeds to which the Jewish
people have been stirred by the land called Holy,
the cradle and center of their national and spiritual
life.
Trm/JMse Abas* LsraH by Jacob A. Rubin
(Herzl Press. $2.951 answers basic questions fre-
quently asked about Israel by students and intel-
lectuals on both ends of the political spectrum.
The author corrects some widely held notions fos-
tered by anti-Israel propaganda and clears up mis-
understandings among opponents and sympathizers
of the Jewi.-h state. Instead of buying the best-seller
by two journalists who use thp name of the holy
city for the title of their book and whose contents
are being used by Arab propagandists, we beseech
Jews and Christians to read True/False and get the
facts.
Thr In-<( urliy of Freedom by Abraham Joshua
Heschel (Schocken Hooks, 13.45) is a collection of
the noted scholar's essays on human existence.
Many of these essays were delivered as papers be-
fore several conferences. Rabbi Dr. Heschel is one
of our great theologians. When Vatican II was
meeting, it was he to whom Cardinal Bea and other
Catholics desired to speak not to Reform or
Conservatives, or to the staffs of our national orga-
nizations who were in Rome. Heschel writes with
lucidity and the sparseness of his words often leads
the lau informed to miss the depth of his thoughts.
H!l essay* on Portestanism, the Cantor, Jewish
education, etc.. are stimulants and call for re-
appraisal of some of our values.


. December 8, 1972
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Israel, American Jewry Called
Equal Partners By AJC Leader
fontinutil from Page 1-A
I n in a serious way to the
' hsiness "f getting to know one
other. As pan of that process,
loth sides must have the pa-
wnee l" listen to one another,
tic coui age to criticize one an-
0lh,r. and the willingness to
listen to such criticisms with an
i iptii mind."
Mr. Iloflman reminded the
leaecative loimeil of the under-
I sardine lirtween the late Im.oIi
I BbvisiWin. president of the
American Jewish <'ommltttee In
0* earl] l!.">0's, and David Ben-
I finrion. then Israel's premier,
\ that Nrael spoke for Israelis
< and not lor Jews anywhere In
| the world.
"Using i1"' historic Blaustein-
|Ber. Gurion agreement as our
. |de," Mr, Hoffman said, "we
| might well reflect up what can
me rather than what must
loot be 'lone in our future re-
lationships,
It is vital for us. Mr. Hoffman
I add, "to educate ourselves to
I thi man) and complex problems
faces in quest of her
ol ;i new society in which
I Jews may live in dignity and
I peace. We must continue to in-
nd to liuilii support for
and her quest in this
I
The return of Juan IVron to
I Argentina, and Increasing -
Inomie and political instability
Iin Chile antonsj oilier eventa in
IL-tin America, are :ir<>usiiii; uii-
|reit;iint\ and even fear among
I tie WMI.OOO Jews on that eon-
hiii- nt. the Council was in-
'armed, .uid evtensive assimila-
tion mid intermarriage and a
I iiles|itead absence of Jewish
I(fetation, pose threats to the
|ver\ existence of Latin Amer-
ican Jewry.
Dr. Seymour P. Lachman.
|director t the Committee's For-
n Affairs Department, re-
lated to the agency's top
oiii.-making body on the basis
his just-concluded three-
'eek trip to I^atin America. He
">nt'l out that some of Peron's
"Pporteis had been making
Penly anti-Semitic remarks.
"I that despite official dis-
airoeis the Jewish community
|main.d apprehensive.
[h contrast to Jews in Argen-
*. Chilean Jews are under
inomic lather than political
'. Dr. Lachman said. "Pres-
|al)l)i Gorfinkel
prveys Israel
;' Joseph A. Gorfinkel of
"Pie Beth Moshe has returned
P ;' study of Israel absorption
FUasian Jews funded
V Greater Miami Jewish
Vation.
* Agency in Jerusalem
gM for Rabbi Gorfinkel to
fwral of the centers after
fr'h Miami congregation
him a leave of absence
trip,
pill renort on the study mis-
m mg the Friday evening
Counselor, Specialist
Wions Accepted Now
^M-YWHA of Greater
l now accepting applica-
!*" coiinselorshins and spe-
[*ho will Work with chil-
dn early childhood camp,
1,1 'amp. sports camp.
(,amp and senior adult
n summer season next
Is placed on Jewish
and programming
k'nds and group work
Ey., yivia" Becker at the
r an interview ap-
ident Allcnde is systematically
attempting to crush the middle
class, to which the overwhelm-
ing majority of Chile's remain-
ing 25.000 Jews belong. The
situation of the Jews, therefore,
is very insecure.
"Most Jtws have already made
arrangements to leave Chile, If
and when necessary. .Many will
go to Israel, others to Spain,
West Germany and the I'nited
States. Yet, if the economic
pressures can be alleviated, they
would prefer to remain," he said.
According to Dr. Lachman.
There is a small pocket of anti-
Israel sentiment among Chile's
left wins, and anti-Semitism
among the extreme right wing.
But this problem is over-
shadowed by the economic sit-
uation.''
Dr. Lachman said that there
has always been a much higher
degree of latent anti-Semitism
in Argentina than in Chile, and
recently there have been a num-
ber of overt anti-Semitic acts,
including the appearance of
swastikas on the walls in many
public places and the bombing
of synagogues. The presence of
Arab League offices in Santiago
and Buenos Aires, Dr. Lachman
said, has been a source of em-
barrassment to both Allende and
Gen. Alejandro A. Lanusse, the
leader of the military Junta in
Argentina.
Press Conference Voices
Plea For Soviet Jews
Governor Askew has declared
Dc:. 12 as H.:man Rights Day in
Florida. In Miami, Hadassah and
the American Jewish Congress'
Women's Division are convening a I
press conference at noon in the
Dupont Hotel to vo.ee the Wom-
en's Plea for Soviet Jewish Prison-
ers of Conscience.
Primary purp se of the confer-
ence will be to direct communal
attention to the plight of those j
Soviet Jews who are unable to
emigrate to the country of their
choice for careers, family reunifi-
cation or religious freedom.
A declaration will be introluced
expressing concern "for the human
rights struggle of these peop'e
and solidarity with a national i
fort."
A report of the Adopt-A-Fam-
ily prog-am will be given, urging
individual to correspond with a
specific Soviet family who have
made themselves visable by apph -
ing for an exit visa. These letters
will act, hopefully, as supportive
agents to show that "American
Jews are aware and care."
The month of December has
been d?sisnated as Freedom Month:
by the National Jewish Commu-
nity Relati>ns Advisory Council.
Serving on the committee for
the press conlerencc are Mrs. Max-
well Web berg. Mr*. Leona: 1
Wolfe. Mrs. Murray Tepper ani
Mrs. Irving Wexler.
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tJewish Floridian
Miami. Florida Friday, December 8,. 1972
Section B
Floridian Receives Award
American Jewish Congress
Announces College Program
The Jewish Floridian re-
ceived the annual American
Jewish Congress Community
Service Award for communica-
tions media when the Florida
Women's Division held its mem-
bership bruncheon at the Algiers
Hotel last week. Esther Smith,
national program chairman and
vice president of the Women's
Division, was guest speaker.
Fred K. Shochet, Editor and
publisher of The Jewish Flor-
idian. responded to the presen-
tation for the excellence of
cultural, community and public
affaiis programs carried out by
the newspaper.
Dr. Leon Kronish, national
vice president of the AJC, and
Rabin Max Lipschitz, presi-
dent nf the Congress' South
Florida council, participate in
the program. Membership
awards went to several chapters
of the Women's Division.
Special national awards were
received by Phyllis Berday, Ann
White and Roma Fineberg of
the Jade Winds. Louis Wise and
Point East chapters. Gold pins
went to Jerry Cantor, Ruth
Kramer, Gus Steinberg, Connie
Wolinsky. Dorothy Frankfeldy,
Bertha Bezahler and Bertie
Lewis.
Silver pins were presented to
Sarah Bankof, Dora Laiken,
Molly Lovinger, Beth Goldfarb,
Rose Rubin and Carol Rahn.
New life members initiated were
Frances Benjamin, Lillian Lat-
ter, Ida Slavit, Pearl Fogel,
Pauline Hirsch. Frances Jacob-
A nationwide Women's Plea for
Human Rights for Soviet Jewish
Prisoners will take place on
Tuesd.iy in over 50 cities across
Nationwide Women's Plea For Human Rights Dec. 12
the country, sponsored by 12 na-
tional Jewish Women's organiza-
tions under the auspices of the
National Conference on Soviet
Jewry, and in cooperation with the
National Jewish Community in
Relations Advisory Council.
The event is timed to coincide
with Human Rights Week as an
appeal on behalf of the more than
40 Soviet Jewish Prisoners of
Conscience, their families, and all
Soviet Jews wishing to live as
Jews and to emigrate to Israel.
Allon Will
Address UJA
Conference
NEW YORK (JTA) Yigal
Allon Israel's Deputy Prime
Minister and Minister of Educa-
tion and Culture, will deliver
the main address at the closing
banquet of the 1973 United Jew-
ish Appeal National Conference
Saturday according to Paul
Zucki-rman. UJA general chair-
man.
More than 3.000 Jewish lead-
ers from some 250 American
communities will attend the Dec.
8-9 conference to launch the 1973
Israel Emergency Fund and Na-
tional UJA campaign in support
of the 1'nited Israel Appeal, Inc.,
American Jewish Joint Distribu-
tion Committee (JDC), United
H1AS and the New York Asso-
ciation for New Americans.
The eonfemwt will open Fri-
day morning with a review of
I IA Mipportad programs by
L'on Dtilzin, treasurer of the
MWtsfa Agency for Israel, and
Edward (iinsberg, chairman of
*e IDC and IJA president.
The afternoon program in-
cludes an address on the plight
of Soviet JewTy by Dr. Allen
Pollack of the American Pro-
fessors tor Peace in the Middle
East.
A scries of concurrent semi-
nars in immigration, absorption.
Vacation and the JDC will be
! W by Gottlieb Hammer, execu-
I live vice chairman, United Jew-
h Appeal, Inc.; Samuel L. Ha-
_ r. executive vice chairman.
|JnC; Uzl N'a-kiss, director-gen-
3. Immigration and Absorp-
f Jti, Jewish Agency; and Moshe
, director of Immigration,
h Agency.
Eli* WlMtl win speak 3at-
|rday utter,,,,,,,, at an Oneg
Wiat sponsored by VS\'
rtio'ial Women's Division.
I will interpret "The Mean-
I Munich."
(special multi-media pres-
lion in commemoration of
" s 25th anniversary is plan-
tor the closing banquet.
*h
son, Nina Katz, Lillian Roth-
schild, Pauline Selbiger, Lillian
Stein and Mary Stein.
A nationwide "College Stu-
dent Outreach Program" to pro-
vide young people with "solid
and intellectually challenging in-
formation and insights about the
Jewish experience" was an-
nounced at the luncheon.
The first stage of the cam-
paign to counter alienation
among Jewish students began
this week with the mailing of a
letter from Rabbi Arthur Hertz-
berg of Englewood, N.J., presi-
dent of the Congress to mem-
bers throughout the United
States.
The letter asked recipients to
send in the names and addresses
of their children, grandchildren
or friends on college campuses
for an "on-going stream" of es-
says, memoranda and publica-
tions on Jewish religious, cul-
tural, social and political issues
that the American Jewish Con-
gress will send each student.
Asserting that the "harsh re-
ality" of Jewish college youth
was that they were "turned off"
by Jewish life, Rabbi Hertzberg
said "my experiences on camp-
us and as a rabbi have convinc-
ed me that Jewish youngsters
today simply do not know or
understand the dynamics of
American Jewish life."
State List To Present Its
Own Civil Marriage Bill
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
State List, an opposition faction
with four Knesset seats, was to
present its own civil marriage
bill before the House on Thurs-
day, according to an announce-
ment which followed the Inde-
pendent Liberal Party's decision
to postpone Knesset action on
the controversial Hausner civil
marriage bill for one year to
give Chief Rabbi Shlomo Goren
an opportunity to find halachic
solutions to the problem.
The State List spokesman said
the faction was not seeking u
general civil marriage bill but a
law that would empower district
courts to authorize civil mar-
riages for couples denied mar-
riage rites by the rabbinical
courts. He said they would press
for a vote on their measure
within two months.
The State List had apparently
waited to see what the ILP
would decide at its national con-
vention. The convention came to
a stormy close last week after
voting 240-160 to give Rabbi
Goren the 12-month period of
grace he requested.
Younger Party elements do-
ma nded an immediate showdown
In the Knesset on the Hausner
bill and at one point some dele-
gates came to blows. But in the,
end, the Party leadership pre-
vailed.
Moshe Kol. Minister of Tour-
ism, disclosed later that the ILP
president. Pinhas Rosen, pro-
posed that the ILP should re-
fuse to join any future coalition
government unless its members
are assured of their right to
vote their conscience on contro-
versial bills.
Had the SILP compelled a
Knesset vote on the Hausner
bill against the wishes of the
coalition majority, it would have
been forced to leave the govern
ment. No such crisis is expected
to develop over the State List
measure.
Cabinet Approves Compensation Law
JERUSALEM (JTA> The
Cabinet has approved and re-
ferred to the Knesset an absen-
tee compensation draft law that
would permit East Jerusalem
Arabs who owned property in
Israel before 1948 to file claim
for financial compensation.
According to the draft which
the Cabinet voted on Sunday
compensation would be in the
form of long term bonds. The
total sum involved if all of those
eligible file claims is estimated
at over $300 million.
Dr. Zerach Warhaftig. the
Minister for Religious Affairs,
failed in his effort to have the
draft law- amended to Include
all former Arab property own-
ers living in the occupied terri-
tories. His Cabinet colleagues
did not vote on his proposal.
Some of them viewed his sug-
gestion as "annexationist in
I spirit."
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+Jewist noridiain
Friday. December 8, 1972
Post Publishes Extensive
'Politics And Jews' Survey
Technion Women Hold Latke Party
]
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B\ JO-EPH POLAKOFF
:;: .l.wNIi T. ur.i|>l,i>' Aict-ii.-yi
>.. installments on succes-
to the election,
Wahi gton Posl il Ished a
> entitled "Politics and tlie
-" that protanbij constituted
nosi \i iwlvc >> ferina on ibis
rtical season bj any
n in l English.
The important? of 'hi> topic t>
The :' -' n- evtdcnei 1 b>
in at t'.cU were front-
in ;t < ditoi i il section
In || .'.til it 41 full-
.:,-, \:. ,.-r columns. Othor
:-, i an l innumerable pi -
1< have a-.-o ma k> lavish
,1 >. pa and studies dur-
ir'_ ro s< J< a- an I their Infl lenoe
'.i oting. inn
ikm i. Is I Post ms t>i
ha e \\: n all in ter :- ol
s-pa Iwaj : enlighten-
i".
Tin: xim'K LES b> St 'phen
-. .-, Jew, were la -'>
and even favorable
i -i- although a politi-
cal narvcj thai drass in dicus-
., tin m thods foi raisins
li i-'i c can I*
both.] tnd ii.-i.i-i' ful. Also,
I. -li" ring n narks ni> n
Sen Geoi Md i"^>" n's "Jewish
pro)ili ami >t be lightly dls-
liis-j.i oven more unwairanti I
wa tl hi'-and-run attack > rael Amb :-- i ir Yitzhak Rablr
(i
th.
I'll .: I ; -N ixo;i
T>ktill rlrwi't."
Isaacs and The Posl on the out-
pouring of anti-Jewish propaganda
colhg through ffttf'media 'from tin '
S iviet Embassy?
And also, for example, what
about The Post's ni'.e> at the
S i el Embassy like the ostenta-
tious display in it< social section
on how jollv Soviet Ambassador
and M s. Anatoly Dobrynin wen
at -.< part} given by favored Jew-
ish hosts rtt a time when the So-
\i.-i covernmcM was vigorously
denying Soviet Jews' wish to emi-
grate? Newi Hk that also af-
fects Jewish attitudes toward
election issues and candidates.
oiiiK.it elements that aroused
lispleamre couid l>e on on-, .-rated
but that b unnecessary at thi<
time. More important perhaps is
h\ this par-1 to note some astonishing omis-
sions win a political articli of
ueh breadth should not wen men-
tion rome of America's m si in-
Kntn'it pra.tieal politicians who
happen t" be lcwih raises ques-
tions. Tiif most conscieuous ab-
- ntee was Jacob K. Javits, New
V.i' k'a -i ioi senal >r. But nu.
nercas others of ''>' rank were
cither ignorei or barely mention-
d.
Curious, too. was the absence ol
opinijn from even one Jeuisr
ivoman not one even though
many are Influential
and thej certain!} vote. Further-
m > e. presentations ol Jewish
romen's organizations to both th<
Democratic and Republican ilat-
ks or form committees, notably i>v the
Where ar> Vmionot ("Viunril of Jewish Worn-
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calcium, plenty of iron,
rich in potassium.
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The Women's Division. Miami
Chapter. Ameilcan t>.-.ei.. i.<
Teebnson, is holdinu its annual
Phanukah latke party Friday, ai
10:30 a.m. in the home of rh-inte
president. ^Iis.' Meyer Brilliant,
en and the B'nai B'rith Women. 5685 s\V 50th Terr.
not only gave lucid insights, < Trustees and founders will be
,via::y uri (ftmestid affWrtf, bin "Honored' and the -Festival o(
also were representative of mem-mghts" will u- celebrated. Mrs.
benhips running late hundreds of 1 Samuel Leavitt baenrtng as chair-
thousands spread through n ma- man.
knit} of the states. This make.-
for qdlte a factor In an} serious
examination of the Jewish plao
.ni the national nolitical s^er.e.
The numbers ami participation
of J' ws in both political conven-
tions', repot ted by the Jewish Tele-'
graphic Agency lire tiy from Mi-
ami Beach, gawe ample chies to
li>ile< where political lore with a
Jewish tinge might be found :f
thai were desirable. An assess
Bient of political a t.\it\ or ir .1 -
vatkm without Including the views |
ol small-state Jewish political and]
(xaununity leaders ha- to be
deficient.
THK SWEBP ol The Post's ar-
t'clcs embraced many faeets ol
Jewish kiews and viewa of Jews.
Von theiess, such omission'
doubtlesslj nade Inadvertently by
The Post ratnei ilainlv 1; non-
-i .in I to serious Jewish ar;l non-
Jewish readers alike that no re-
port, even as comprehensive a-
Th Post's, can begin to in.vipar-
at> the numerous variations in tin
political attitudes and motivation?
, 1 million Ami ai identified
.< Jewish.
With hardl) more than a ght
li xii i oi it- resources. The Post
"viit into mint more wordage niiont
lev- iii politics than mosl of the
lewish we kites have at their
...lv. ind at an} t!:iiL- except pos-
y their editions for the Hiili
(lo'idays. With harj'.y exception,
Fewish publications Ebn*>ly lack
the ir '"- to d vote such spax
and research to any tope
That is the rub. The failing of
iii general press either to rei irt
consistetitlv o. adequately on mat-
iers of bish intcrcsl to Jews have
een pointed out previouly. Nev-
ertheless. Jewish communities
havi .:.' wn dep r lent on the b!.
daily newspapers and news ms
zines for reading news and ana-
lyses on developments of ipecial
lew i-h cone n.
Manx Jewish leai.rs give prec-
lenee to these publications, tome-
1 times .->< a mattoi of polic} but
often -i-r-'\ because they foi set
that Jewish puhlieatiors sho'ili'
ii theii lii-t '.in' of co.nmiu.: .1-
mi to the communitv,
Technion, Israel Institute of
Technology, is vital to Israel's
vonomic growth and national
security. It trains the engineers,
scientist and managers who con-
stitute Israel's technological man-
rower. The major goal of the
Women's Division is to raise funds
e support of Ttchnion's work and
Utana gsowth with iwrticular em-
haais on furtheiing the edjioation
: young Israelis thfot%h scholar-
hip and sjionsorship funds.
Millu'j-l>:uio|itfr I l
Flo WJnton and Peshc Denn:s
a\ been anaointH eodhalrinen
if the first Moilie Kahaner SLs-
terhood mothei^daughter luncheon
11 he hold Thnr div D.-?. 21 at
11:80 a.m. in th H-th Torah so-
cial hall. Entertainment for the
affata w H lie offered by the youth
dcon-tni tit.
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Friday, December 8, 1972
+Jenisti fhtidHan
Page 3-E
CALLS FOR SUPPORT OF YOUTH
B'nai B'rith President
Makes Award Presentation
Auxiliary Hosting Open House Brunch
"Wo must listen to what our
young !*>> re sdyioaaoiiK. wml
permit tlvn to join the adult es-
tablishment, if we are not to lose
them." '''' I*a\"id M. B'timbertr,
B'riai B'rith international presi-
dent. Saturday evening at a lin-
Mr-hM .iMinsoi-cd by the B'nai
Biilh Foundation of the United
Rate*.
The <' n&lon was the prcsenta-
liun ii1 the ardor*! National In-
(utry Leader Award to Rotx-rt L.
Turchin. prominent bulkier of Mi-
ami Beach at the Eden Roc Hotel,
where some 250 friends and Vjusi-
:,.- associate* of the industrialist.
Kith red to honor hini for his role
i i |i nder of the B'nai B'rith
Foundation.
Ca'lin.: on his audience to come
sriiw with the situation affect-
:. i,' N.T.-.T.s today in terms ol
list, and a sense of com-
mit m nt, Mr. Bluniberg gave the
<: surveys showing the
I 'icentages of some 45'<
fho had been Involved with drugs,
lilar figtjre who had V.D.
Whether this was r1 u- lo a break-
down ul family life, the Vietnam
:u. .i.- i !i isening of discipline
n the schools, was not the i.-sue,
Mr. B nberg declared.
I : i deal with these matters
ii as abstract problem-." he said.
ill ;i- roncrete situafkiiw where
have to Ik- made here
ami n w. M"ar in mind that in 18
or20 ars from now. these young-
ull Ik- sitting where we are
now. in- they will not he sitting
inyttherc at nil. It is oui duty
t" make sure that they will h-.'.
Not through confrontation, an!
nt through com ctive punishment,
ut l>\ listening to what they have
1 -ay, can wc turn the lide aside."
',) iiasi/.ed.
Mr. r.lumheiT |K>inted out that
n the pasl "') years, B'nai B'rlfh
i carrying on an increas-
y intensive nroeram through
br :n liunt of the Hillel Founda-
1'ih now exist on 280 eol-
_( camnuses, the HBYO (boys
and girls' junior and senior high
Mnoo1 groUps and its Career and
I Counseling Service in 20 cities in
, the land.
"There are sonic 350 colleges .
which ha\.> asked us for Hillel'
Foundations."' Mr. Bklinberg con-'
el.ided. there arc over 100,0001
I yotuiffgters waiting for assistance
to form AZA (boysl and B'nai
B'rith Girls chapters, and we can-
', not deal with them unless the
American public joins us in .sup-
porting our programs, as you arc
doing tonight It is the Bob Tur-
chins and hundreds of others like
him whose commitment and gen*
eiosity arc truly the hope of
our future as a nation."
Iod by Miami attorney Law-
rence C. Porter, who chaired the
evening's- festivities, the di-tin-
gU shed group of bankers, build-
ers, lawyers and representatis'cs
of the medical, accounting and
newspaner professions succeeded
in raising an unprecedented sum
for B'nai B'rith Youth Services.
-Mount Sinai Medical Center's
Auxiliary is hosting the second in
a series of "let's get acquainted"
brunches in the Founder's Dining
Boom of the Warner Pavilion
Wednesday.
The 10 a.m. "open house" affair
will be followed by a tour of tlie
Medical Center complex. .
"Our goal is to attract new
members." says Mrs. James H.
Huby, president. "As the Medical
Center grows, bo must our brgani-
i /.a tit in to meet its needs."
For further information or to
make reservations, interested |*-r-
->iiis sWutld contact Mrs. Max
j Kessciman. membeiship vice pres-
' ident, or Mrs. Nmnia OrovHz,
! Mrs. Felicia Dcutsch or Mrs.
I Candace Gray, membership chair-
men.
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vJmisti ncrkfian
Friday, December 8, 1973J
Mrs. Charcowsky
'Woman Of Year'
Bank Leumi American President l\
To Open Histadrut Radio Series
Selection or Viola 'Mrs. Charles)
1 rc.msky as Woman of the
Yeanvw-as announced this week by
MWS. CHMUS CHAKOWSKY
the Greater Miami Women's Divi-
sion. American Friends of the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
According to Mrs. Leon Kronish.
president, the award is given an-
nually to a resident of the State
of Florida who has served her
community through civic, cultural.
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without using meatthick,
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Choice of two meatless
sauces: Mushroom and tradi-
tional Meatlessboth great for
spaghetti, noodles, pot roast,
meat loaf, fish, omelet, you
name it Keep both on hand
for family pleasing variety.
eHBoyardee"
educational and pnlianthropic en-
lea vore.
2jjhF JVif^en's_Divj^ipn will ex-
tend its greatest honor to Mrs.
Charcowsky at a luncheon in the
l'ontainebleau Hotel at noon on
Thursday, Dec, 21.
Mrs. Charcowsky and her late
husband came to Miami Beach'
many years ago. She is a member
01 Douglas Gardens Home for the
Aged, Hebrew Academy and Mt.
Smai Hospital auxiliary.
Charcowsky Square, the first
approach to the Givat Ham Cam-
pus at the Hebrew University, is
a well-known gathering place tor
students as well as tourists who
visit Israel.
The Charcowskys endowed a
Chair in Animal Husbandry at the
Hebrew University. A solution to '
the serious problem of saving the
[Hiultry in Israel is one of the
many results emanating from the
work of the members of the
Faculty.
"I always feel at home when I
I visit Hebrew University because
! of the tremendous improvement in
the health of the nation, when I
see the work done in the School
of Agriculture in Rehovot. Thou-
sands of undernourished and for-
merly ill-fed immigrants are being
given new life through the efforts
to improve the staple foods of the
country." said Mrs. Charcowsky
on her return from Israel.
Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro will be
chairman of the gala luncheon.
Her working committee includes
the Mesdames Carrie Rosen. Else
Bonem, Jack S. Popick, Jacob
Hat/man. Irving Schaffzin. Arthur
Winarick, Meyer Mintz. Al Jacob-
son, Charles Siegel. Rose Hoch-
stim, Lillian Dubowy, Philip F.
Thau. Ida Wessel, Herman Kauf-
man, Walter Gruenberg. and Ruth
Platt.
Chain) Lerner, president of the
Fast Israel Bank and Trust Co.
of .New York,..will be the.guest
which will be narrated by Dr. Sol
Stein, wiil open preparations for
the organisation's annual national
Mid-Winter Conference, to be held
Feb. 11-13 at the Fontainebleau.
Mr. Lerner heads American op-
erations o! Israel's largest bank
Hank Leumi. which has assets of
nearl) S'? billion, making it one
of the most important financial
institution- in the Mid lie and
Near Hast.
I>, i, national president of
the Israel Histadrut Foundation,
will inaugurate a weekly serfc s of
programs on deferred giving and
the Histadrut which will be a 15-
minut<> feature of Jacob Schad
er's Yiddish Hour over stat
WHIZ, 1550 on the AM dial.
He has conducted a
pies in Yiddish over \ v.,
station WEVD for manj yi ars,
wiil continue those pro
Dr. Leon Kronish, nati j
man of the board of thi la
Histadrut Foundation
take part in the bl
I and in we] oming Mr
Reservations may
the Histadrut oflices, which movj
this week to the
Bldg., 420 Lineoln R I Ben Zij
Steinberg is regional director.
ton
in
Ml
I
BBW Council Plans Book Sale
speaker Dec. 24 at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel as the Israel Hista-
durt Foundation stages a live ra-
dio broadcast of "Action at 25."
The 11 a.m. brunch and program.
The Miami Council of B'nai
B'rith Women is planning a book
sale. March 15 through the 18th at
Midway Mall, and need donations
of paperback and hard cover
books in English and Spanish.
Mrs. Philbert W. Marks and Mrs
Max Hodcs are in charge of pick-
up service.
B'nai B'rith Women serve phi-
lanthropic projects both on a na-
tional and local level.
On a local level they assist in
pprpp TT0
Marriotts frt^mU by tatti in
Teavk, Itotei r y bMM; !
Katfish mM far year *.
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"For ow thirty-five yean, f amfllet
ti avc been relying on Planters Oil ft*
11 their Kosher cooking. All the year
through. Because Iff pure, light, and]
ralyuasaturated. So the true taste al
food come* through. Whether ife .
jfcugel, chopped liver, matzoh balls Of
Just plain American fried chicken.
, Cook it with Kosher and Parve Planter!
' Oil. (You'll see what we mean.)
' Cheese and raisin Latkea
2 eggs, separated
,44 cup water
2 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon salt
2 cups (1 lb.) cottage cheese
*J4 cup sifted flour
*/i cup raisins
Planters Oil
Beat together the egg yoTJcs. water, togar
and salt until well mixed. Stir in cottage
cheese. Add flour; stir until thoroughly
blended. Mix in raisins. Beat the egg whites
until stiff peaks form: fold into cottage cheese)
mixture. Heat about Va to V4-inch depth of
Planters Oil in a large heavy skillet. For
each latke, drop about 14 cup cbeese mixture
into hot oil. Fry on each side until golden
brown. Add Planters Oil to pan as needed to
keep proper depth for frying. Drain latkes
well on absorbent paper. Makes about 12
Serve hot w nh dairy sour cream.
j planning holiday mi als at
1 Hillel House on the L'niversitjj
Miami campus, and offer hospi.
ity to out-of-town students, ff
B'rith Women act as advisors
local units of B'nai B'rith V
Organization, and h< Ip sui
program maintenance and
mentation. They arc lvpresen
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Hospital, participating in the pl
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MB Chapter Of Hadassah
Celebrates Founders Day
tatifcvah Group will meet at the
The Miami Boach Chapter of
latassah observing Chanukah and
Hinders Day will be held on
onday.
Hiey Plaza Auditorium to hear
,ra Helland review Potok'r book.
,lv Name Is Asher Lev." Mrs.
Herman is president,
[iraell Group will meet at the
l_.,..;s Hotel :>i noon. The pro-
am will Include a sing-along,
th Frances Bernstling at the
mo, Mrs. Esthe Meyer will pre-
le.
Lincoln (iroup will meet at 12:30
m. in the Club Room of 100
jikdIii i:n a candlellghtlng cere-
mv will be held and Mrs. Hilda
:iin "ill preside.
Sophia Tucker Group will meet
the Coastal Towers at 12:30
ii. Mrs. Rose Poddin will preside.
fetathgute Group will meet in
Terrace Room of Southgate at
on for a Chanukah party. Dolly
amer and Nata Utal will en-
rlain with a musical program,
re. Shirley Kaine will preside.
Henrii-ii;i Szold Group will have
leach Hadassah
'ountiers Day
uncheon Set
Golda Mei'r Group of Miami
ach Chapter of Hadassah will
Id its founders day luncheon
esday, noon. Funds, raised will
to the refurnishihg and re-
utpptog the hospital" at Mt. Sco-
in Israel, which is being pre-
r-"i for reopening after 20 years,
disuse following the bombacd-
m in 1947.
Serviri: on the luncheon com-
ttee. hoaded by Mrs. Sima
aim and Mrs. .Davida Cotemnrt.
the Mesdames Estalle Gold-
r?. Rose Karper, Ann Schwartz,
n Stotkin, Lillian Wexsler. Ros-
Su>sman, Batty Siegel and
Manischevitz,
I i! program will be pre-
Ved h> Miss Betty Randall.
ker will he Mrs. Mannie
pkin. \ ice president of the Ml-
i Chapter of Hadassah.
in, Nit Bnrth is serving as
Bident of the group. Reserva-
ls may be made with Mrs.
pita Braun.
fraud Music Hall
ihow To Continue
Voiiiih Dec. 16
"The Grand Music Hall of Is-
t originally scheduled for a
fo-week run, has been continued
producer Shmuel Fershko for
lothc: two weeks in response to
|!ilai- demand. It reopened last
ekend in thn La Ronde Room of
' Fontainobleau Hotel, and will
ptinue through Or?. lfi with
perform inces at 7 and 10 p.m.
[Hip show, which features staffer
>>hann Damari, is oart of the
*ration ot Israel's 25 years of
Wndencc A cast of 30 youni
Nons dances exuberant'v and
Push tliroughout the 90-min-
I Performance.
"he Grand Music Hall of Ts-
'" h co-produced by Hy Ein-
^ am! Jonathan Karmon. well-
w names in the theatrical
Tickets are available at
"ntainphVau Hotel.
a snack luncheon at noon in the
Algiers Hotel. A film "What's
New In Hadassah" will be shown
Mrs. Hannah Friedman will pre-
side.
Ijoni.i I..i/:mis Group will have
a 11:30 a.m. brunch and book
review at Holiday Inn. at 87th
and Collins Ave. Mrs. Malvina
Freeman will review Chaim Po-
tok's "My Name Is Asher Lev."
Mrs. Henrietta Fine will preside.
Louis itnuxieis Croup will cele-
brate founders day at the Eden
Roc Hotel at noon. Mrs. Klizaheth
Sleinbach. program chairman, has
arranged a musical program. Mrs.
David Reinwald will preside.
Forte Towers Group will meet
Monday at 12c30 p.m.. in the 1200
West Avenue auditorium. Edith
Jacobson. educational chairman,
will speak on the "Modern Insight
of Biblical Literature." A film,
"What's New In Hadassah." will
be shown. Mrs. Pauline Lessem
will preside.
Two groups will be meeting on
Tuesday.
Shalom Group will meet at the
Algiers Hotel at noon. A film will
be shown. Mrs. Edith Shapiro,
past president, will preside.
Goldu Metr Group will hold a
luncheon to celebrate founders day
it the Algiers Hotel at 12 noon.
A musical program will be pre-
sented by Miss Betty Randall.
Mrs. Mannie Temkin,' area vice
president, will be'.guest speaker.
Mrs. Nat Barth. is president.
Reservations may be made with
Mrs. S. Braun. V
Mordechai Cziment
Luncheon Speaker
Mrs. Leonard Schreib.-r and Mrs |
Leonard Brodsky will serve as co- i
chairmen for Hadassah's fourth |
annual Youth Aliyah Champagne
Luncheon to be held Monday, Dec
11, at the Deauville Hotel. Mrs.
Morris M. Herman, president of
the Miami Chapter, has announced.
The program will feature Mor-
dechai Cziment as guest speaker.
Mr. Cziment, a teacher at the
Hillel Community Day School, for-
merly taught in Israel and pai-
ticipated in the work of Youth
Aliyah there.
Dick Shawn, star of stage, screen
and television, will fly to Miami
to make a special appearance at
this luncheon event.
Hadassah. sole supporter of the
work of Youth Aliyah. is the lar-
gest women's Zionist Organization
in America. The Miami Chapter
has a membership of 5.000.
Singles Invited
To Square Dance
Two social events sponsored by
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! will give square dancers and card
i players an opportunity to get to-
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j week.
The square dancers of the "Y"
social singles and the Beth Am
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Robert Andrew at Temple Beth
! Am. 5950 N. Kendall Dr. at 8 p.m.
I Sunday.
The Tuesday card get-together
I will begin at 8 p.m. in the Golden
! Key Room, 850 SW 8th St. Re-
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Friday, December 8. 1972
JWV Ladies To Welcome
National President
Miami Hadassah
Plans Programs
For December
Pioneer Women's Clubs
Plan Holiday Functions
Mrs. Lillian M. Schoan, prasi-
nt Department of Florida
I a Auxiliary, Jewish War Vet-
. ana, auxiliary, f^ department
S Rifl welcome Mrs. Joseph
.,. V'ucker, national president of
the Jewish War Veterans Auxil-
it the Miami International
Aii-porl on her official visit to
Floi ila the weekend of Dec. 8
i., 10.
Events scheduled during Mrs.
Vuckert stay include a tour of
the Veterans Hospital on Friday.
. luncheon In her honor on Sunday
will, as Department of Florida's
chairman for the national presi-
nent's visit, will spend much of her i
lime thjsi week-end in that ca-
pacity and' on Sunday, together I
\, i;h her auxiliary president Milli-,
cent D. Whitman and other aux- i
iliary members be present at the
luncheon at the Cadillac Hotel. On
ruesday, Auxiliary Hospital chair-
man and volunteers. Ruth Stark,
Julie Unsey and Sarah Young will ^
service the telecart at the Vet-!
crans Hospital.
The Auxiliary will have a birth-
i,i the Cadillac Hotel and institu- day party meeting on Wednesday.
,;,,n of a new South Florida Aux- at the Washington Federal. Nor-
,,.,, nandy Isle, at 8 p.m. Lillian
Activities for local Dade and Schoen, department president, will
r.rr.wnwl Auxiliaries during the : pay her official visit.
Ii;;,li-:ili .Miiinii Sprint's Hi!
itcwapd Auxiliai lea
coming week are:
Norman Brace llrown 174: Fri-
na;, wlD make a presentation of a
;.-.i_< automatic electric coffee urn
t,, the 12th Boor paraplegic
patients, and a tape recorder and
la] >s to the Blind Unit of the
Vet rang Hospital. The auxiliary
will be represented by hospital
, hai man Essie Kolinsky and pres-
ident Scema Lefkow'.tz. on Sat-
urday, teleeaj-t (portable tele-
phone) will l e servic) d by Frances j
Bitt rman tor patients at Veterans
i. ital.
Robert W. I-ran/.lilaii l*<: AllX-
i presidi nl Marion Moaeovitz
\ in conduct a board meeting on
. !<|aj at Temple Israel in Miru-
tnai
Wi-I Miiimi ttSl Tuesday and
Tliuisday. Hospital Chairman Jerri '
Hart let will service the telecart.
gho| are le, d patients at Veterans
Hospital. On Sunday, Auxiliary
President Mrs. Lester Rosenberg
v ill attend the national president's
luncheon. Mrs. Rosenberg will
a monthly board meeting on
Thursday, Dec. U.
Murray Salomon 243: On Mdii-
auxiliary chairman Stella j
Lipton assisted b> Sol Upton will
service the telecart at the Vet-
erans Hospital.
Miami Beach : Auxiliary
Pi. gidenl Bessie Gibber and Hos-
pital Chairman Minnie Hoppen
v.ill attend the presentation and
visit to the Veterans Hospital on
Friday n honor of the National
Prea dent's official tour. On Thurs-
day, Dec. 14, she will hold a board
meeting at the Washington Fed-
rat, 1-th and Washington Ave.,
1 p.m.
Victor B. Freedman G18i Presi-
Ri se Hechl will attend Hie
National President's Luncheon on
aj
North Shore <1": Fast IVpart-
,cn! Presidenl Evelyn LeVine
Miami Chapter of Haiats di
president, Mrs. Morrto Herman
annour e- the following group
rreetinas In December.
i in i\t-r< in will have a Chariu-
kah frty on Tuesday noon at
the Star I akes Auditorium. An
brae'i film "ill also be shown.
Mrs. Gert Bnshman Is preVdent.
Allyah p"esident. Mrs. Lloyd Or-
low, announo that members will
attend the Wednesday e'***nina
Dee. 27. presentation of -Sleuth"
in Gusman Hall with nro-e-'-
zoine to Youth Aliyah. Mrs, Gail
Cutler is chairman.
Maybn will celebrate Chanukah
at a meeting Saturday at 12:30
p.m. in the Point East Clubroom.
(lull I Of Pioneer Women will
hold a Chanukah party on Satur-
day at the Miami Federal, 755
Washington Ave. at TSO- p.m.
Betty Koenigsberg will speak on
the "Highlights of Chanukah.
Fast and Present," Roseanne Sardi
end Bea Burney will entertain,
accompanied by Helen Treitman.
Bertha Liebmann, president, will
preside.
Th.- GoMa Meir Chapter will
hold its annual Chanukah and
Child Rescue fund luncheon on
Sunday, at noon at the Algiers
Hotel. Harriet Green, Council
president, will extend greetings.
Rabbi S. T. Svvii-sky will be guest
speaker. A musical program will
Auxiliary President Sylvia Levy
will attend the Sunday luncheon.
On Thursday. Pepi Haengel and
assistants will hold a Chanukah
party for hospitalized servicemen
and their children ami families at
the Homestead Air Force Hospital.
Gilts will be presented to the
children of the servicemen as well
as to the servicemen.
Alu- Horowitz. 3: Auxiliary
President Belle Horowitz will con-
duct a board meeting on Thursday,
Dec. 14. in the Unified Hall in No.
Miami Beach at 8:30 p.m.
Point Kast 6!): President Vera
1-ieiker and hospital chairman
Irene Siege] will make a gifl
presentation to the Veterans Hos-
pital in honor of the national
president's visit on Friday.
Harry II. Cohen Auxiliary 72S:
Lillian Kevoe. Hospital chairman
assisted by auxiliary members will
give a sanies parly for 4th and
12th floor patients on Saturday
i vening at the Veterans Hospital.
On Saturday afternoon the auxil-
iary will present a .juke box to the
children at Kendall Hospital in
honor of the national president's
visit. On Wednesday, there will be
.: regular meeting at 8:15 p.m. at
the Surfside Community Center.
Sunday between 1 and 3 p.m. the
Seif. Chavera Vera i Seltzer I Gor-
fine will lie honored. President
Katherine Lipoman will preside.
will
On Wednesday the group will s|>on- j ^ pr,,sented by Cantor Abraham
sor a theatre party at the Beach
Theatre where "From Israel With
Love" is now playing. Mrs. Oscar
Schnei' r is chairman, and Mrs.
William Paul is president.
sboshunah. a new young mar-
ried group in North Miami, will
hold a Chanukah party Saturday
from 8 to 12 in the Recreation
Room of 1(150 NL' 135th St. Presi-
dent is Mrs. Cynthia Pourman.
Minorah will hold an open board
meeting Dec. 18 at the home of
Mrs. Leonard Brodsky. Meeting
will be dedicated to Hadassah Is-
raeli education service. Luncheon
will be served. Mrs. Robert Sch-
weitzer is president.
"Shalom 25'Concert
In MB. Auditorium
For One Night Only
The Shalom 25 Concert will be
presented by Young Israel of
Greater Miami for one night only
in the Miami Beach Auditorium
Saturday, beginning at 8:30 p.m.
hold a meeting on Wednesday, a|
noon, at the Washington F<
1133 Normandy Dr. Rabbi Gold-
bergeV-Wfll speak on Chanukah.
Fannie Gibson, president, will
preside.
'Young Winston' Premiere To
Benefit Vanguard School
The opening performance of
"Young Winston" at the Twin i|
Dad land Theatre Tuesdaj e\ -
linn will benefit the v-e ,
. School scholarship fund, it has
been announced.
Attending the "premiere," whi h
wi'.l feature the St. Andrews bag-
pipe band and a presentation ofi
| cc Itumes from the film to variou<^|
members of the audience l>> Bur
. dine':, will be British Consul P VI
. M. Pierotii. Tickets arc availabk
at the s hool and may also bt
secured from the Vanguardlani
The show, produced and directed
by Arie Kaduri. features Israeli
auxiliary will hold a games party ; sim,ilu, Btar yana Yarkoni. Italian
serving refreshments to residents I sia9BT Kduardo Athenian, comedian
at the Hebrew Home for the Aped.
On Wednesday at 1:30 p.m., the
auxiliary is sponsoring a holiday
party for children at the Cerebral
Palsy Clinic. Rose I.isansky is
president.
Colonel David Marcus 74B:
Auxiliary President Florence
Wrona Will participate in the ac-
tivities honoring the national pres-
' ident*8 visit, and on Thursday.
Dec. 14. Hospital Chairman Ksther
Winston and volunteer Claire Perl-
man will service the telecart at
Veterans Hospital.
Bet rue Berns and David Lester
and his orchestra. Miss Yarkoni
has recorded more than 60 albums;
her repertoire includes songs in
Hebrew, English, Yiddish. Spanish.
French and Italian.
Tax deductible tickets arc still
available at the Miami Beach
Auditorium box office. Additions
information may be secured by
calling Arie Kaduri of the Young
Israel of Greater Miami office.
On tlic average, th
FPL residential customer
the lowest in the country (operating cx-
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number of kilowatt hours would have
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New Pioneer Women Club Is
Formed In West Palm Beach
Announcement of the organiza-
tion ol the Hist Pioneer Women
Club in West Palm Beach, was
made this week by Mrs. Charlotte
sic' n. Eastern Area Coordinator of
;i National organization.
The group, which will be called
the Golrta Meir Club, has been
named after Hie Prime Minister
il Israel, a former Pioneer Women
, herself. Mrs. Meir, a long-
activist with the Isrnel-
Ameiican women's group, v.as iis
National Secretary in New York
Poneer Women, the Women's
}.abor Zionist Organization >f
America, is concerned with social
s projects for the youth,
n and children of Israel, Its
programs include day-care for the
children of working mothers, voca-
tional training, Arab women's
sen ices and Community centers.
:n 'he I'nited States, it has re-
cently embarked on a program of
id to the Jewish elderly
L.I.F.E. (Link to Independence
For the Elderly).
Sj* arhcading the formation of
die new Pioneer Women group has
Lecn Mrs. Rae Hoinstein of Cen-
.' tiny Village. Mrs. Hornstem, a
Pioneer Women member for more
than 20 years, was the organiza-
tion's Worcester, Mass., Council
president and New England re-
dona] i haii man. Bi lore moving
to Century Village. Mrs. Horn-
stein iiei el organize a Pioneer
Women club in Hollywood.
Pro-tem officers of the new
Ccntur/ Village West Palm Beach
hib are Rae Hornstein, ; resident;
Rae Fcinberg, vice | n sident;
Sal' P-dni -k, n* nbership vice
president; Ann Kramer, program
v.ee uiesiuent; Helen Pulda. I nan-
rial secretary; Paula \lann. re-
cording secretary; Ruth Berj nan,
corresponding secretary; Shirley
Kaplan, treasurer; Elsie Mori is.
telephone chairman, and Lillian,
Stone, publicity ehaii i. m,
Mrs. Feldenkreis Chairman
For Hebrew Academy Lunch
- George (Dorital K !) Mrs. Feldenkreis named M -.
has b en named hairman Jullys Rosenscein, Mrs. Joseph
the annual Binyan Box and sire.....: Mrs. IV n I .-
in :. lal n i n tin W d ii -
day on.
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diicct Jack 1

isctl to
of the
funl r an l nl ir hish -
building of the Hebrew A i di n
locate nt tin corn t of 24th I
raee an Pine Tre > Drive,
Rese rations {or the luncheon
may be made with any ol the
i hairmen or at the Hebrew Acad-
emy Women's offic 2400 Pine
Tree Dr.
HadassaEi Chapter
Raising Funds
For Hospital
I i I). Brandeis Grouo of Ha-
a- ab is holding Its Henrietta
s/o'ri tune" Hotel Monday noon.
Mrs. David Reinua'd is presi-
dent of the ijroup, and seryina on
hp I'inehcon eonnnitiee are Mrs.
Elizabeth I.. Steinha h. chairman,
Mrs. Sarr Lichtenstein and Mrs.
Rose Ruban. cochairmen, an' Mrs.
Do othy Watten, sale- award
a inner.
A'so participating in the ar-
rangements are honorary vi e
esldents Zelda Than, program
halrman, Mrs. Bernard litson
irrangi merits, ind Mrs. William
Kaffir, re :ords.
Proceeds from the affair will
e allocated to the p irehase of
nuipmoiH and lnrrments foi
Mi. Seopif Hospital ivhi'h was
et irned to Hndassah after the
SLv-Da) War having been in Arab
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Friday, December 8, 1972
BBW North Dade Unit
Medic Alert Campaign
North Dado Chapter. B'nai
B'rith Women, plan* a Medic
Alert campaign from Dec. 11-15 j
from 10 to 2 p.m. at the Skylake j
Mall at Miami Gardor.s Dr. and i
NK 18th Ave., and at the \Va?h-1
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Breakfast Joint Function
The Sunday morning breakfast
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at 9:45 a.m. will be a Joint
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Danish and coffee will be featured;
Mrs. Al Levite is in charge of the
program. Both men and women
are invited to brine their friends,
Principals in the highly successful Temple
Emanu-El Israel Dinner oi Slate at the Dip-
lomat Hotel taik over the more than SI mil-
lion in sales registered by the Miami Beach
svnagegue at its celebration of Israel's 25th
enniversary of independence. At left is
Milton M. Parson, director of the Greater
Miami Israel Bends Organization; Mrs. Irv-
ing Cowan and her husband, recipients of
the State of Israel Atzmaut-Independence
Award, flank Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of
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Friday, December 8, 1972
At the Mount Sinai Medical Center Medical Staff Dinner-
Dnnc i" Ihe Fcntainebleau Hotel. Dr. and Mrs. Everett
Shocket (left) chatted with Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz during
the cocktail hour. Dr. Shochet is first vice president of the
medical staff; Mr. Orovitz is Mount Sinai's chairman of the
board.
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S in oast C hapter of Women's
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dinner-dance at the Playboy Plaza
Hotel Fi i>. 10, acco ding to Loui-e
Cohen, un'sMent She and Frances
Goldberg arc serving as chairmen
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work Bay S<-UjM)lJ*oakXair
The Hillel Corr trinity Day
<'iic.! will have a bookfa'r on
Tin 'ay at the school library.
Monthly lunchi on of the Israel
Histad hi Women's Council Mar-
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Mi ;. I'll I iMi'.lred) Sahl i*
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.The Creater Miami Jewish Federation was
Recently honored with four Public Relations
Wards, including "Best Set of Year Round
laterials from the Council of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds." In the past
hree years, the GMJF has won 11 first place
fiwards. the most of any of the 230 North
American Federations that compete annual-
ly. Shewn above with the awards are (from
left) Mrs. Leonard Friedland, Women's Divi-
sion vice president for campaign; Mrs. Sol
Goldstein, Federation secretary; Myron J.
Prcdie, Federation's associate executive vice
president; Mrs. Mike Sumberg, member of
the Women's Division North Dade board
and Norman H. Lipoff and Mrs. Philip Bloom,
recipients of the 1972 Presidents' Leadership
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Miami. More than 300 members and guests attended the
dinner and donee in the club's Grand Ballroom.
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Friday, December 8, 1972
Yves St. Laurent Salon To
Open In Bay Harbor Island
Yves St. Laurent, who swung
into the fashion world's affections
with his trapeze line as Christian
Dior's collaborator-cum-successor.
u coming to Miarrfl not the
lanky, bespectacled Yves himself,
but his Rive Gauche boutique, the
first YSL salon in the south-
eastern United States.
York, who will be fashion direc-
pleated skirt, in floral or geomet-
rical Abraham prints.
"I prefer to perfect a shape
from season to season, update it
vith the use of new details, fabrics
and colors," Yves says, "Maybe
Considered to be the most in- ; because i am not young anymore
fluential designer of our time, St. i Dut \ ,\0 not want changes,
Laurent (pronounced Sahn Lor- rather a continuity."
aim i turned to ready-to-wear in From below the knee to the
1966 with his first Left Bank 6nkie, his dresses are made of
salon. Until this fall, there were cotton. silk, chiffon or voile, fea-
Art Show Funds
Earmarked For
Retarded Children
The Ray of Hope Chapter of,
Hope School for Mentally Retard-1
trice of the Bay Harbor Island ed Children and Young Adilts is j
salon. And Yves hasn't been un- sponsoring an art show and sale
faithful to his shirtwaist lookl with | the evenings of Doc. 8, 9 and 10 t
' from 8 p.m. at the Latin American i
Chamber of Commerce Building I
601 NW 22nd Ave. Coffee, cake and j
hor d'oeurves to be served. Chair-;
man of the art show and sale is
Mrs. Marta Mirabal.
On exhibit and for sale will be
a collection of work donate* by
local and international artists, lo- '
cal merchants and galleries. Pro- j
reed? will go to the Hope Schoo!
)nly four Rive Gauche salons in the taring wh^te^'black. red. green | f" JStfto*L ^^^f expansion the Hebrew Academy for day schoool teachers of the
community.
Herbert Zvi Berger, executive director of the Central Agency
for Jewish Education, (left) and A. B. Wiener, chairman of
its planning committee (right) discuss an issue in the teach-
ing of prayer with Dr. Saul Wachs, professor of Jewish edu-
cation at the Philip Lown School for Continuing Jewish Stud-
ies of Brandeis University, at the seminar he conducted a:
plans to double classroom facili-
ties. The school is also trying to
build a halfway house to help in-
corporate the retarded into the
community by permitting them to
live in and work out during the
day.
Unuited States. ynd yellow. Big flowers splash up
With the opening of this newest prints. His necklines are deep and
member of the club Monday at square, the sleeves are big and
1074 Kane Concourse, Bay Harbor long. Safari suits are still around.
Island. St. Laurent is also pre- St. Laurent has even devised a
enting his first resort collection, blue jean grouping, which includes
Couture designers customarily a denim safari suit, where a
have only two Showings per year woman may choose between a,
spring-summer and fall-winter. skirt or knickers! Mrs. Bonnie Askowitz is presi-
Pants smocks, blouson. shirts ulatk organza ruffles trim his dcnt of tne Ray Qf Hope Chapter
and sweaters are the backbone of ''-"f ''rintess ,or w-ap dress at -----------_--------
his collection. As he says. Nothing the neck hem ami wrist. The same Hunter AllllllS Meet
matches, and everything fits per-,'uffles adorn he neck and wrist president of
.. .........,,,.. on pantsuits. Tailored lame pants -Mauiyn oerunir ijusmem '
fectlj together ^ -^ ^ ^^ ^ ^^ the South Florida Chapter of the
Two typical shapes in jackets-- U()USCS ()f snoer voi,e a potent ; Hunter College Alumni Associa-
te smocks and belted chemises fabrjc combjnation. | ^ hfls announced tnat ,ne chap.
awe worn with pants, pleated
skirts, or with his shirtdresses.
according to Justine Barch of New
ter will have a luncheon meeting
at the Sweden House. 17985 Bis-
Classics in skirts and sweaters
even move into moon-shine time.
js in long challis-printed skirts or I
black crepe pants, which are worn : cayne Blvd., Saturday noon. Cesia
with long cardigan, halter top, | l.anfield, an art teacher at the
short sleeves ai.d scoop-neck lurex i Miami Beach Art Club, will speak
sweaters. at the meeting and demonstrate
Once St. Laurent designed only
in dark colors because he had Paris
in mind. Having used his haute
couture designs as a laboratory,
ne zeroed in on Rive Gauche as
being a forum for the world .
because it represents life, what
i:; truly worn, what is seen on the
street ."
Sophie Xuereb, national direc-
li ice for Saint Laurent, will be in
Miami for the opening, which will
be preceded by a posh champagne
i review.
I iwnera of the new Bay Harbor
Island salon are Herbert Zucker
nl New York and Miami, Bernard
Marko of Miami, and Tom Mac-
cari of Ft. I-auderdale.
her artistry.
TWENTY-ONE YEARS OF CAMPING IN THE HEART
OF THE PENNSYLVANIA POCONOS
BOYS
GIRLS
PROUDLY ANNOUNCES ITS ENTRY INTO
THE GREATER MIAMI AREA
A Comprehensive Program of Land Sports, Water Sports, Pio-
neering and Cultural Activities
Known for our personal care, our relaxed family atmosphere,
and our dedication to kids.
Camp Supervisor and Miami Representative:
Mr. Michael Tendler
Phone 865-3344
ODKGOD.
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Camps
Separate Camps of Distinction
for Boys and Girls on beautiful
Reflection Lake
In the Heart of the Pocono Mountains of
Northeastern Pennsylvania
. '
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Steps Taken By
Dacle Countv For
ft
()l In-STEP (Integrated Nutrition-
Social Service to Elderly Persons)
a three-year demonstration proj-
ect to coordinate and develop a
system for distribution of serv-
ices to elderly Dade Countians.
particularly those of low income,
has recently opened its office in
the Seaboard Life Building in
Miami.
Chicago. Illinois and three coun-
ties in Florida (Pinellas. Palm j
Beach and Dadc> have been se-
lected as the four communities in '
the United States for this demon- I
stration. They are funded by the
Yves Saint Laurent teams sep- Federal Government to develop
arates and coordinates them modp|s withcin well-defined guide-
-x _ui lln,s for effective evaluation of
mto a variety of ensembles. pn??ent servjces and thejr ^^
Here, he has teamed a long tial improvement or expansion, in
beige skirt with a print blouse addition to |x>ssible new services,
and chemise jacket. All sep- The Dade County In-STEP Ad-
arc.es and accessories are fea- vis7 Council, made up of elderly
, : residents, has been elected or ap-
tured at the new Saint Laurent ^.^ from housing projects
boutique, opening Monday in | Community Action Agency neigh-
borhood centers, agencies provid-
ing nutritional or social service to
the elderly, organizations of sen-
ior citizens and nine appointments
to be completed by the Board of
TAKES PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING OUR 38th YEAR OF UNEXCELLED DEDICATION AND SERVICE
TO CHILDREN IN THE FINEST TRADITION UNDER THE SAME FAMILY DIRECTION.
LIMITED OPENINGS FOR MIAMI AREA CAMPERS
National Enrollments including Campers and Staff from Florida, Georgia, Texas, Mexico City,
N. Carolina, Calif., Penna., New York, N.J., Md.,N. England, Canada and Europe.
All inclusive Camp Fee Includes Round Trip Transportation and Baggage via Eastern Airlines.
^- Total Plane and Bus Trip Is Four Hours.
Campers are 5-16 Unique Camper Waiter program (Boys 16+ or 11th grade) and CIT Programs
(Girls 16+ or 11th grade.)
Dietary Laws Observed No Staff Gratuities
Bay Harbor Island.
'From Israel With Love'
Spending Season At Beach
., 7 ,.-.._ r _lu. County Commissioners
"From Israel With Love, which
is spending the season at the
Beach Theatre, is closed Monday
and Friday nights, but has a late
afternoon matinee on Saturday.
The cast includes David Dar-
dashi, 22, Dani Ahmud, who wrote
the music for the film "Hasamba."
Gadi Oron and Jacov Noy. who
had parts in the film, which re-
cently won first prize at the
Venice Film Festival, and Yonnith
Shnham. described by Variety as
"a cross between Edith Piaf and
Janice Joplin."
"Churches, synagogues or cen-
ters of the religious community
are being asked by the In-STEP
Advisory Council to assist in a
county-wide inventory of all serv-
ices designed and provided for our
older residents" reports Mrs. Fran-
ces Kramer, the project director.
"We are sure that our inventory
search will reveal many services
tailor-made' for those who are 60
years and older living throughout
the county and we need to
know about them."
"THE ULTIMATE IN FINE PRIVATE CAMPING"
9 magnificent all-weather championship tennis courts with night lights.
Nationally ranked tennis pro and 8 instructors
Outstanding water skiing program 3 motor boats new 35 foot ski jump
Theatre workshop Nationally acclaimed.
Extended canoe trips and sailing programs (25 sailboats)
4 indoor regulation bowling lanes.
9 hole golf course professional instruction.
English and Western riding 7 miles of trails.
Ham radio and electronics, photography, rocketry, fencing and karate
Superb international Staff.
We Are Pleased to Announce the Return of
LORRY GREGORY
one of South Florida's foremost tennis professionals
as director of our 1973 tennis program
:OR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT THE DIRECTORS
IN MIAMI AT 758-9454 or OUR MIAMI REPRESENTATIVE.
(Mrs. Jack (Nancy) Davis), 11042 Paradella Avenue,
Coral Gables, Fla. Tel. 665-7923 or 665-9147
CAMP REUNION, SATURDAY
DECEMBER 9, 1972
Past, Present and prospective campers, parents and staff are cordially invited to
attend our annual CAMP REUNION on Saturday, December 9, 1972, 1:00 PJVt to
4:00 P.M. at the LUAU RESTAURANT, 1755 79th Street Causeway, Miami Beach.
For reservations call 758-9454
Winter Otfict
652* Caster A*t.
Phi la. Pa. 19149
(215) JC3-1S57
NMtJMl
Mrs. far It U. Weinaori
Mr. lewis P. WMaeara.
Dr. tsaert J. Waietora
MmbT0f THg AMERICAN CAMWNO, ASSN., A ASS*. OF PRIVATE CAMPS


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BRKTT STORM There will be a reception and
turday morning services at dinner to honor Brenda Sunday in
pie Beth EI>n Dec. 9 will to* Jernple MonoiarTs Crimson Room.
. the Bar Mitzvah of Brett
Storm, an nishth grade stu-
at Nova Middle School.
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BERNARD GARAZI
Bernard son of Mr. and Mis.
Susan Korschun
Bernard Garaii
Sefh tollman leffrey Sherman Brenda Pund'tk
Spit honors will bo accorded Max Garazi, wilj become a Bar
i Mrs. Robert L. Berger in Mitzvah ai Temple Menorah, Sat-
.r <>: Mrs. Berger*: sons Bar urday morning, Dec 9
:-.. The Oneg Shabbat will |
1 by the celebrants. Bernard is a seventh grade stu-
ests attending will include pa- :('rnt :,; he Hebrew Academy.
grandm ther, Mrs. Henri- There will be a reception and
Storm; Mrs. Irving Chess, At. "nner honoring Bernard Saturday
a, maternal grandparents, Mr. eveing at the Doral Beach Hotel.
This Week In History...
s. Lee R Stn !W h, Pi or a
I .\!i. Calvin Berger, M irtj
New York.
JEFFREY SHERMAN
y, thi son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sherman, will observe h
h at Beth Torah Congre-
Saturday afternoon, Dec.
!
The celebrant Is a member of'.
Me confirmation class at Beth!
Torah's Harold Wolk Religious
Si hool and attends Thomas Jef-
I, .-son Junior High School, where : brant's home.

NATHAN LEIGHT
Saturday morning, Doc. 9, in
thi main sanctuary of Temple Ni
Tamid, Nathan David son of Mr.
find Mrs. Paul Leight will be Bar
Mitzvah
Nathan is a student at Ner
Tamid Religious School and at-
tend? Nautilus Junior High School.
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
ices, and a reception in Nathan's
honor will be held at the cele-
he is in the eighth grade.
V V $
< RAIG TTRBINER
Guests will include his grand-
mother, Mrs. Mary Leight of Hew-
lett, N.Y., and his aunts and un-
Shabba services at BethTorah a^ Mr and j^ Gary Cohn of
Congregation Saturday. Dec. 9,
will include the Bar Mitzvah of
Craig. the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Turbiner.
The celebrant is an eighth grade
student at Norland Junior High
School and a member of the Mitz-
vah class at Beth Torah's religious
school. He is on his school's tennis
team.
Mr. and Mrs. Turbiner will spon-
sor .the KisJdush following the
services in their son's-honor. The
festivities will be shared by a
number of guests from out of
town,
6 & SETH FELLMAN
Saturday morning services at
IV th David Congregation on Dec.
9 will include the Bar Mitzvah of
.Seth Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morton R. Fellman, 12835 SW 75th
Ave.
Seth is in the eighth grade at
Palmetto Junior High School and
in Hebrew grade 4 at Beth David.
H< has numerous trophies for
tournament tennis.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Newman and
Mrs. Gussie Fellman, grandparents
11 the celebrant, will host the
Kiddush in his honor following
services. He will also be feted at
h reception and supper in the eve-
ning at the Fellman home.
# # #
SUSAN KORSCHUN
Susan Beth Korschun will be
called to the Torah for her Bat
Mitzvah Saturday, Dec. 9. at 11:15
a.m. at Temple Judea of Coral
Gables.
Susan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Alan Korschun of Coral Gables.
if an eighth grade student at
Everglades School for Girls, where
she is a member of the gymnastic
team. She is a graduate of Temple
Judea'a Hebrew School and will
continue her religious education
through Confirmation. Susan has
been a member of the Temple's
Junior Choir, and is a student of
ballet.
Mr. and Mrs. Korschun will host
the Kiddush and luncheon-reccp-
1ion in Susan's honor; sharing in
the festivities will be her grand-
parents. Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Levin
and her cousin. Jimmy Adleberg
altimore, Md., Marshall Kor-
Bchun of Atlanta Mrs. Sam Per-
)w of Portsmouth, Va., Mrs.
Bernard Korschun and Mrs. Sam
Gordon of New Jersey, and Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Perper of Arling-
ton. Va.
Great Neck, N.Y., Mr. and Mrs.
David Wallach of Hewlett. N.Y.,
and Mr. and Mrs. Mel Berger of
Oeeanside, N.Y.
LEE MIT< HKI.
.Saturday morning, Dec. 9, at
Beth Torah Congregation, Lee,
the .son of Dr. and Mrs. Stanley
Mitehcl, will be called to the Torah
as a Bar Mitzvah.
A student at Beth Torah's Har-
old Wolk Relgious School, where
he is a member of the confirma-
tion class, Lee has won the Har-
old Wolk Award for excellence in
scholarship. He is an eighth grader
at John F. Kennedy Junior High
School, a member of the Junior
National Honor Society, the Fu-
ture Teachers of America Club,
the Student Council and his
s: hool's Social Studies Group.
Dr. and Mrs. Mitche) will spon-
sor the Kiddush following the
services in honor of the occasion.
Among the special guests will be
the celebrant's grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. Philip- Kessler and Mrs.
Anna Mitchel.
40 SEARS A(iO THIS WEEK:
I9S2
Polish Jewish leaders demanded
action against anti-Semitic terror.
The Jewish Agency opposed a
High Commission-proposed Pales-
line Legislative Council because
k'the Jews will not be participat-
ing."
Immigration to the United
States in fiscal 1931-32 was the
; lowest since 1831.
Soviet Jewish villagers were af-
fected by a law imposing minimum I
! 5-year sentences for selling mass- '
, consumption products for profit. I
Hitler dropped Greger Strasser
as a top lieutenant, replacing him
with "Capt. Hermann Goering,
president of the Reichstag, who is
an extremist."
Ninety percent of Chicago's
Jewish children got no Jewish
education.
Rabbi Dr. Joseph ,B. Soloveit-
chik was elected chief rabbi of
Greater Boston.
"NEW YORK Hopes of turn-
ing large areas of land in Pales-
tine, now arid, into arable acreage
suitable for orange growing and
truck farming is seen as a result
of the discovery there of new
sources of water supply by the
application of American methods."
Abbas Hilmi, Egyptian ex-
Khedive, said the Palestine prob-
lem could be solved if the Jews
became Arabs.
Germany's Reichstag voted am-
nesty for pogromists, deseerators
of Jewish cemeteries and bomb
terrorists.
Austrian Nazis reportedly gave
favorable treatment to Jews who
underwent baptism and contrib-
uted funds.
Rumania's anti-Semitic move-
ment was 10.
Jerusalem's High Court legal-
ized National Fund's claim to
0,000 dunams occupied by Arab
squatters.
The World Jewish Congress dis-
counted and regretted reports of
secret negotiations to ease Soviet
. Jewish emigration.
The United States "regrettably"
opposed direct Arab-Israeli nego-
tiations "now."
Harry Rogoff of New York's
Jewish Daily Forward, dean of t!ie
Jewish press in the United States."
was feted at 80.
Norman M. Giller, Miami Beach
civic leader, architect and
banker has been elected vice
president and president desig
nate of the Florida South Chap
ter of the American Institute o;
Architects. The election of Mr
Giller. chairman cf the Mianr
Beach Housing Authority,
BRENDA PINDIK means that he will automatic
*, daughter of Mr. ami _,..,.. .. 0(
~ PunatR, will become a ally head ,he organization a
'"vah Friday evening, Dec. 300 South Florida architect?
'" at Temple Menorah.
is an eighth grade stu-
during 1974, succeeding AIA
High i Chapter president Henry Ric
Nautilus Junior
"d is a cheerleader at her I cio of North Miami Bsach, whe
t ;* sard- te -rtkd 1973 presi
thii-t
utive years.
dent in January.
Hillel Zlatopolsky, Zionist
leader, was shot dead in Paris at
61 by an aide who committed
suicide.
The USSR produced its first
Yiddish talkie.
Three Nazis got two year sen-
tences in Berlin for bombing a
Jewish warehouse.
European Jews were "at the end
of their tether" and unable to
"survive the winter without gen-
erous American Jewish aid,"
warned Rabbi Jonash B. Wise of
the Joint Distribution Committee.
Thousands of Polish Jews sought
visas to Palestine.
JO YEARS AGO THIS WEEK:
E-President Truman told the
United Jewish Appeal: "Israel has
more than lived up to the hopes
if all who helped to usher her into
Ihe family of nations."
Premier David Ben-Gurion re-
ortedly voiced "grave concern
,\er continuing attacks by Syria
to tlie V. S. government."
Preview Precedes Auction
A gala 8 p.m. champagne cock-
tail preview will precede the art
u.-t ion at Temple Or Olom Satur-
I 5 at 9 a.m. Admission is free; a
tion of original oils, lith-
phs, etchings, enamels and Is-
raeli art will be available.
By RABBI DR. SAMUEL -I. FOX
Why Us the Hebrew language
refered to aa "Lduthon Kodetkh"
(the Holy Language)?
A number of reasons are offered
for this. Some say it is because
Hebrew is the language of prayer
and prayer is a holy experience
because it is a means of communi-
cation with the Almighty.
Maimonides (Guide to the Per-
plexed 3:8) demonstrates that
there are no original formal names
for the sex organs in the Hebrew
language, evidently because the
Hebrew language is a language of
holiness. Thus, round-about, in-
direct expressions are used in-
stead.
Nachmanides (in his comentary
Exodus 30:131 explained that
Hebrew is a holy tongue because
the scriptures were revealed by the
Almighty in this language to the
people of Israel and their prophets.
In contrast to this opinion, it
is interesting to note that there
are some who claim that the rev-
elation at Sinai was given simul-
taneously in 70 languages. Since
the Hebrews received it in Hebrew,
the Hebrew language is a holy
tongue to them.
Since the Almighty is every-
where, why must there be a
special house ol' prayer like the
synagogue in which to pray?
Technically, prayers can be re-
cited in any decent and clean
place. Isaac, in the Bible, is de-
scribed as having prayed in a
field.
Rabbi Abraham Ibn Ezra tin his
i commentary to Koheleth 5:1) ex-
| plained that the requirement for
a special sanctuary for prayer is
! due to the limitation of man who
is not capable of experiencing
everywhere the presence of God
i with concentration and purity. In
i the synagogue man can concen-
I tiate better and experience the
I presence of the Almighty.
Rabbi Sforono (in his commen-
! tary to Leviticus 11:2) claims that
i because of the sins of the children
I of Israel, especially with the
; golden calf, the Almighty limited
| His constant presence in the
; awareness of man to a special
, environment such as the syna-
gogue.
Prayer in its ideal form requires
i dec;) concentration and sublime
xperience. Outside of the syna
[gogue, while man may certainly
offer prayers, his pro-occupation
, .vitli the secular environment pre-
vents him from involvement in
the depths of the ecstasy which is
ideally the emotional climate for
| l aver.
The John Birch Society opened
r. Joe McCarthy Bookstore in Bos-
ton run by an aide to George
Lincoln Rockwel
fc), 1972 JewiHti Telegraphic Agency)
~lEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IW THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-23709
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: TIIK MARRIAGE} OF
FBDERICO MORALES.
Petitioner-Husband
and
ELSIE MORALES,
Respondent-Wife.
TO: BL8IE MORALES
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any, to It on
AL11ERT WILENSKY. ESQ.. attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose address In
66 West Flaglcr Street. 1104 Conoord
Building, Miami, Florida 33130, and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Jan.
5, 1973: otherwise a default wilt h<
entered against you for the relief de-
manded In the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive week*
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal ef
said court at Miami, Florida on this
27 day of Nov.. 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By R. M. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal) """ I
ALBERT WILENSKY. ESQ.
66 \V. Fragler Street
Miami. Florida 33130
Attorney for Petitioner
12/1-8-15-22
.
SI
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5928
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estat. ,.f
SIDNEY GRI'BER,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing I'],inn- or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and ile-
mands which you may have against
the estate of SIDNEY ORUBER d-
ceaaed late of Dude County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and
provided in Section 733.16, Florl
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 20th
day of November. A.D. 1972.
HERBERT S ORURER
Aa Executor
First publication of this notice on-
th, 1st day of December. 1972.
TALIANOFF & BADER. ESQS.
Attorneys for Executor
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida ,13139
12/1-8-15-22
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. 72-24207
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
LENNAHD WEBB
Husband
and ,
C1JRDEL DAVIS WEBB
Wife
TO: CURDEL DAVI8 WEBB
(Residence Unknown I
TOD A HE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action f..r Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required < serve a copy of
your written defense*, if any, to if
on MAR8HALL B. FISHER, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is 96S5
S. Dixie Highway, Suite 3()0. Miami.
Florida, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before Jan 5, 1!>7:S: otherwise a de-
fault will be entered acaJnal you for
th<- relief demanded In the complaint
or petition, i
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks'
in TIIK JEWISH KI.OIUIHAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
,i Mid court >' Miami. Florida oh"
I .1 iy of Nov.. 1!'72.
E I! I.F..VTIIF.KMAN,
Aa lerk, Circuit Court
Pa BY R M KISSEE
As Deput} Clerk
(Circuit Cant Seal)
MARSHALL B FISHER 11
... ss s Dixi, Highway, sun.
Miami Flol Ida IMM
Attot n< i loi Petitioner
12/1-8-15-21


Paqe K-B
*. jfcw'sfl fh^ridiar
Friday, December 8, 1972
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-?3790
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN l!K:Tln Maniac- nl
LOUISA 11. GRANT, Petitioner,
ii ml
KENNETH l< ''.KANT. Reanoodent
to: kenneth u orant1 :
Bob 41
Shu Fernando
Trinidad. W.st Indies
TOTJ ARE HERBHY NOTTKHOJ
that an action for l>issi.iuii"ii i>f Mar-
iic<" naa been filed ofatnai yam nun
iron arc required lo aerve a row of
your written defenaea. If iiny. to II
on OHOHHE SAMI'AS. ESQ.. attor-
ney fir Petitioner, whuae luklnw w
Urn- Ofllee of Shirley w.M.|f. 4-jn
TJn.oln Road. Hnnm !T1, Miami I lea eh.
Florida MM-, and "Ir Ihe rNnual
with the clerk of the above Htyh-d
court on or I" for,- December ->'; IMS;
otherwise a default will he enterdd
againat you for ihe relief demanded m
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be publlahed one*
each week for four eonaeeutlve week*
la THE JEWISH Kl.nuiDIAN
WITNKSS my hand an.l the seal
of sat.I court hi Miami. Florida on
tins it day of November, 1972.
K. is. U5ATHERMAN.
\s Clerk, Circuit Court
Pad.- County, Florida
By I. BNEEDEN
,\s Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Courl Si al l
RBORUE SAMPA8, B8Q
Attorney for Petllloner
4i'.i Lincoln Road, lt....m S11
Miami Beach, Florida. 3S1S8
Attorney for Petitioner
n'..... M,-4" ,, U 12 I -8.13
IN THE 11TH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 72-2363S
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The mnrrlairc ..f
KATHIIVX MARIK L.1NDSA1, \.if-'
and \\ ILl.ARD LINDSAY, hnahnnd
v..r. wii.i.akd LINDSAV resi-
dence 818 w.l.sier Btreet, Dayton,
Ohio, are required lo file your an-
nwer io the petition for dlnolutloii
of marrkute a'lth the Clerk of in.
above Court ami aerve a conj there-
of upon Id in.hi Cohen. Eaq.. l.iit'-n
Conareaa Bale, Miami, Florida,
or before December 19, I97J,
petition will be eonfeeuad.
Dated Nov. -". IMS.
i: B. LKATHERMAN
Clerk, Circuit Ci>urt
Bj ; i: .i. kov
Deputy Clerk
(Clr.ultCourt8a.il (J ] y ];
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-51S3
In RK: FXate of
Ai.KX RA8HAP, a k/a
ALEXANDER RASHAP
Deceaaed
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Tii Al.l. PERSONS INTERESTED IN
Till: K8TATE (F SAID DBCBDKXT. :
V..U ar.- h. r.l.y notified that n writ- |
teninstrurneiu puriM.rtluK to be ihe
Hint will anil liidiiment of Haiti d.-.-e-
d.-nl has Im'.hi a.lmitti d to probate in
aald Court. Vou are hereby command-
ed within i> .alendnr months fnim
ihe date of the first publication of
tin- notice to appear in said nn
anil show muse, if any you can, why
the action of said Court in admitting
-aald will to |.ri.i..ii.- shoul.l >Oi aland
unrvvoked. '. .
FRANK Tl DrtWl.INO
County Judge
By Ml'.I.HA C. DICK
Clerk
BHAPIRO, FRIED, WEIL A SCHEBft
Samuel \V. Fried
Attornaya
tn; Lincoln Komi
Miami Beach. Florida U18
First liuldleation of Mils notlc......
the M day ..f November, ISTJ.
C. .1. SKA I.
II 'M IS 1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVKN that
Ihe underalaued, desiring to engage In
l.u-in.-ss under the fictitious name ..f
AMAcm. (IRAN CAMARA DE
COMBKCIANTES I.ATINUS DE MI-
\.\ll al 1419 S.W. Mli Street, .Miami.
Fla. Iiil. mis i" n plater said name
with ihe Clerk ..f Ihe Circuit Court of
l ia jc SE I* 'PER
11/84 12,1-8-1'.
FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE
NOTICE 18 HEREBY WVBN that
EXPRESSWAY TOYOTA INC., de-
airing In encaife in bualoeas under the
ficltilous name of RALLYE MOTORS.
xiitr. \'.\V. s.v.nUi Avenue. Miami,
Florida. Intenda to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, In
and for !>aile County, Florida
EXPRESSWAY TOYOTA. INC.
By: MARVIN I1ACON
12/ia-lt-tl
Obituaries
NOTICE UNDER MCTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY WVKN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage
in l-usinesa under the fietitious name
of CXrV'KRBAL A1*TO SA1.ES at
I'i.'.ii N.W. 4"nd Avenue. Miami. Fin
intend to register said name wilh the.
Clerk of the Otrcult Court of Da*U
County, Florida
i A1.IXTO CAMPOS
('m-EOtfRio iiinos
11 17-24 12 1-8
NOTIC-e UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY <:i\ i:n thai
the undersigned, ih siring in engage
in buatnaaa under the firiitioun name
of ill'l.l IYER'S TRAVEL nl Ml N.
\V. Ill Street, Miami, fi. Intenda to
refflater said nama with the clerk of
the Circuit Curl of Hade County,
Florida.
DAVID HAYI.i'CK
II 17-24 12 1-8
elat
r.OTICE 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. 72-23737
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in REt The marriage of
J08R PRTTERBON a k a JOBK
i.ANK PBTTER80N AMOR1M.
Petitioner,
c. iNs'l'"l':i A PINHEIRO QVEDBI
PRTTERBON,
Reepondent.
To inNsri:i \ PINHEIRO
C.IKUF.S PBTTRR8tN
Kesiil. n. Unknown .,,.,,.,,
V,,r VRK HEREBY NOT1F1EP
thai an action for IHaaolution ol Mar-
riage has I... n riled agulnal you and
you are r.Muile.l u. serve a copj "I
row wiill.n d.l.ns. s. if any. to I
on DAVID S. KVMBLE, attorney
Petitioner, wh
coin Road, Mlam
(lie the original
to
ml if any. >
for
.,d.liess is :::.'. I.ln-
Ileach, Florida, and
with the en rk of the
.1 .....
H I,s
;.l of
tins
above atyled court ori ". laefore pec-
ember I, ItMi otherwlae a dofaujl
will be enured agalnat you for in-
relief demanded In the oompl.....t i
petition. .. ,
This notice shall las-imbllah.
each week for four ..."- iitivi
in THE JEWI8H FI.OKiniAN.
W1TNE88 my hand and Ihe
said court al .Miami, Florida,
IT da) of November, 1972.
K i: I.BATHERMAN.
A- Clerk. Circuit Conn.
I >.nl. County, Florida
Rj I.. BNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Courl Real)
DAVID s KI'MBLB
:!."..i Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
Attorney for Petitioner
11 21 12 i--c
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEHE11Y fHVBN thai
the uuderalgned, desiring In engnge
in bualnesa under Ihe flctltloua name
,.f JAVIER OF MIAMI at 111 X F.
fnd Ave.. No. T..""., Miami. Fla Intends
lo register said mime wilh Ihe Clerk
of the Circuit Court >.f Had. County,
Florida.
.|i ist: ANOEL IL\PP VIID
II 17-21 12.I-J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 7223613
NOTICE OF ACTION
III Re: The Marriage I if:
SA.MIKI. PI ILI.ACK,
I lusl.and.
-and-
.III.IANNA HCANd l'< il.l.ACK.
aka .III.IANNA CIIAo-VI Hl'ANti
Wife.
To: .III.IANNA Hl'ANti I'nl.l.Ai K,
II k a .III.IANNA CHAo-YI-
Hl'ANti rm.i.ACK
e ii Dr. s mi Huang
34S Amsterdam Avi nue,
North llabs Ion, Ne Yoi k
TOV ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
iliat a Petition for Dlsnohitioii "' Mar-
rlatte has been filed agalnat you and
you arc reciulred lo aerve a copy .f
your written defenacs i< It, if any.
upon STEPHEN I. RA8KJN, Peti-
tioner's ail.-no>. w h.'s. address la
Tjini Bird Road, P.O. Boj 7808, Miami.
Florida, 88155, ......r l.eiore Decem-
ber 1972, and file the original
with the Clerk ..f ihis Court either
before service on PeUtloner"a attor-
ney or Immediately Ihereafter; Dther-
wise a default will be entered for ih>-
i. Ii. i demanded in Ihe Petition.
VVTTNEBH my hand and 111.- seal ,.i
this Curl on Noviinlnr IS, 1972.
E. B. I.BATHERMAN
as Clerk of said Curl
BV C P. CillMOl ANU
as Deputy Clerk
(Circuit C..url Seal!
I i 21 12 1-8-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY i:F''-'N thai
ihe undersigned, desiring t.. engage
in buslneaa under the flctltloua aame
ol Lee's K.\ PHARMACIES al King's
Baj Bhopplng Center, Bnuth Dlxli
Highway and B.W. lttih Btreet
.Miami, Florida Intends to register
said mime with the Clerk ..f the Cir-
cuit Courl of liaih- County. Florida.
I .KB B PRESCRIPT!! N
sili IP Nl I. .".. INC., Applicant
BPARBER, ZE.MBL, ROSKIX AND
HEI1J1RONNEII, P.A.
An.'ii. v.- for Anidii ant
Hi" North Blscayne Rlvd,
Miami, Fioi Ida ;:;i".2
II 17-24 12 l-S
NOTICE OF AC'i ION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-24134
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RB; THE MARRI tOE OF
CATHERINE I OPEZ
and
R( II1KRT .1. LOPEZ
Ti >: lt< IRERT .1 l.i 1PES5
P. o. Boa 1
Neuva Andalucln, Marbella,
Spain
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
llinl an action for Diaaolutlon of Mar-
rlnge has- been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, i" ii on
BERNARD COHEN, attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address Is 1"" Lincoln
Rood, Suite 8-A. .Miami Reach. Flor-
Ida. and file the original u'lth the
clerk ..f the above atyled court on ..r
i..-f.-re January .".. I973: otherwise h
d. fault will I., entered aualnsl j-otl
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be nuidishe.l once
each week i' in TUB .IKWISIl Fl.omiHAN
WITNESS my land and the s. al
of said court al .Miami Florida on
this 52 day of Novemlier, I97S
K. I: I EA THERM AX.
a- Clerk, Circuit Court
liade Countv, Florida
By I. BNEEDEN
Aa Deputy clerk
iCireuil I 'ourl S- al i
i 'oh. n & '"lien. n.ii.
4M Lincoln Load
suite 8-A
Miami Beach, Floritla
Attorney for Petitioner
12 1-8-15-22
Joseph Krefetz, 63,
A Former President
Of Temple Judea
Jos-ph Krofetz, S3, a for-n >r
pri-s'flcnt of Temnlc Juilon, fli<'.1
Thursday. Nov. 30. at his ho-ne.
Al the time o." his death, Mr.:
Krefetz vfmi prxkioni of tho Met-;
trorolitnn PetroletLm Co.. a dislri-l
bilioii firm.
M-. Kfgftfta or 47S5 OpdUnjQ
Or.. Cirml Gables, was born in
R>d Hook. N.Y".. and cri-aduaft'f
"roTi St. John's University Law
-v" hoo! in Brooklvn. N.Y. He cant"
to Mami in 19M. and wa- alerted
"member of the yens" by TVnrili
! JiKiea In 1907.
Mr. Krefetz wa> aettve in the
Greater Miami Jewish FedTRtloi
itei tho Bonds for Lsrael prosram.
ThmuBh Ms efforts, a protrrarr
n-ns estah'iiiherl with the Greatei
M'aml Coalit'on. in cooneratior,
wi'h the t'ni.i' -itv of Miai-i. Ic.
heir high school stndents become
interested In medical career*.
S irvlvora ine!"d? his wife PhyV-
'is- four sons. Richard, Ken*>eth
F > rick and Thi mas; his fatbe*-
Al raha n i-:-oV." a-l three '*-
loi t. Mis. Freda Harria Mi O lia
Catnita and Mrs. Anno Wohl, all
I Mian-'.
Sen^'es wer hcl I Fridav al
Terrri'e Judea. Inter.nenl followed
al Star of David Memoiial.
Berlin, laaac 1, al kltami Beach.
IfiM-rslde.
COHEN, Sarah, M. of 1401 MteMgaii
Ave, fiord,,n.
EPSTEIN. Bather, ,7. ..f ISW) BW
1*4th St. florilon.
FISH MAN. Helen, of Miami. River*
side, lulorm. nt Slar of David.
fogel, Mrs. Dorothy, $ 174th St. Levitt.
imber. Max, M, of nil;; Walhlngioa
Ave. Ciortlou.
LAKER. Sophie. 71. of Mlnmi J' a.h.
Klverside. lnlerment Star of lia\id
ROSENBERG. Mrs. Pauline, ft, (
Miami. Kiversllle.
WERTENSTEIN. .la. oh. ,.f 174.*
XV. Dixie ttwy. ij..i,i..ii.
BECKER. Charles. II. of .'.20 Collins
Ave. Dlasherv.
COHN. Joshua. 69, ol 4441 Collins Ave.
Rlaabcnr.
GOTTLIEB. Samuel, si. of (4M
Collins AVft llln-sh. in.
PAUBMAN. l'hilip. ST. of Till Wayiir
Avi-. Iliverside.
TOLMACH, I ouis, k2,of C1U5 1 "Mins
Ave. Riverside.
SKLAROFF, Jerry II.. II. of Miami
Beach. BlveraliW.
KOOREY, Joseph, TT. of 4111 SW Huh
Ave. Klveralale.
MITTELDORF. Max. W, "I 53K ISlh
St. IliM-rside.
RICHM AN. Jennie. T::. of MMI W. -1
Ave riiverside.
ROSENBERG. Joseph 1... K5, of HWI
1. 11,ix Ave Blaabent.
DAVIS. Alfred c s... of Miami
Bench. Illvaralde.
jaret. Samuel, $9, of North Miami
llea.il. levin
PALEVODA. Clara, us. of Miami.
Itlveralde. interment Mi. Melw.
waller. Rertrnm C <'. of Jtrja
Train. Ave. Riverside.
HVMAN. Ilallie. 71 I I'.'-" 1 ..llins
A\ N'.-\i 111 .'i
STEIN. Julius. TI. of Hi'." M". I6lh
Si \.-\\ man.
GREENBERG. I. ui- II '-. -f Miami
i:, a.h Klveralde,
MYERSON. Alex. Tl. Klveralde
SCHWARTZ. Dr. l-i.o I'' of*!"1
Buy I ii-. Illaalx ;
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is iii:i;i:i:y UIVKN that
Hi.- un.l.-rsiBii. d. .1.-sirinu 10 enRaKe III
hualneaa under the fictltlntia nnmea of
A'KHTlXtiHt H"8B i:i:.\T-A-c..\t:.
COMPANY: tiOl.D 1 ii.VST I.KASI.Nfl
cn.M PAN V al l"a"l 8.W. anih Avenue,
Miami. Kin. intends lo realater said
nami s with tin Clerk of the Circuit
Court of 1 .ad. County. Plorldn.
STl'AKT 1. i:\ini:
IS 1 -s-l.%.33
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. 72-22254
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KR: Tin Mnrrlaae of
KVKl.YN BRAI d iV. \\ 11.
and
ill .\ III IK DRADDY. Huaband
TO: CHARLIE BKATIDV
Kealdi'iice unknou 11
Yt I' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thni an action for Diaaolutlon of Mar-
liaffc has been filed BKalnat you and
you are r.fiuired to aerve 11 eopy of
your irrltten defenaea, if any. lo ii on
lAwrencc K. Kalne attorney f.n Petl-
lloner, whnae ail.lr.ss i- .:,-, s W
I'irsi Street, Miami, Florida, and file
Hi.- urlaltinl xv 111< the durh of the
above atyled court on or before Jan.
.".. l!'T:t: oth.-rwise a default "ill be
entered njfulunt you for ihe relief de-
manded in ih" complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the s.-al
,.r aald court at Miami. Florida on
ilii- :\ da
FISCH. Phiup, ;s, ,.r IMlfl Miami nr.
1 evltt.
GUSAR. David, vi. "f .Miami Reach.
itlv.iside Interment Mi Slnnl.
GLASSER. Helen, ":!. of 1.....1 SW
if.Tih Ter Cordon.
HELMAN. Alex. 71. of 1100 Sans
SEIDERMAN. Max. sT. of MO W.st
Ave. en-don. Interment Mi. Nil....
S u'i Blvd. tlordnu.
SHAPS. Bertha Bias. lit. of Bay
Harbor Islands RrveraMe.
CORNELL. Harry. T". of :..'.....enn
lr. i:iisl,.r.r
GOLDBERGERE. Helen !. of 1231
Drexal Ave. Newman.
LIDSKIS. II. vachea, T". "f 1121 Penn-
-> Iviinln Ave. Rlveralde
sawicki. Lnaaro, T".. of .'..'" Ooean
|ir. Ilivi raldi .
SCHERZER. 1-i.l.n si. of IMS
1 Incoln Ct. Rlvi ralda,
WISHNA, loa. 7::. of Kl'i" BUClId AV*
ninxhet'K
BASS. Kwei la Tl. of ltiillanilah.
Rlveralde. In ermenl ML Nebo.
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open ivtrf Day Cloied Soobolfc
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
I Miami'* Only Strictly' Jewith
Monument Orolrt
Palmer9s
Miami Monument Company
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
444-0921 444-0922
Closed On The Sabbrrh
Ffrsonaliied Memorials Custom
Crafted In Our Own Workshop.
IN
NOTICE UNDtR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY fllVBN that
the und.rsiiroed. desirini: I" engage in
l.usiii.ss under the flctltlnU" ni..... of
Creative Service* nl 15125 Hlacayin
Boulevard. Miami. rTorlda 13137 in-
tends to ntisi.i said name will. :ln
Clerk ..f Mo Circuit Courl "f Darte
Counl>*. l-'loridn.
i 'liail.-- l-'iledlaiuler
IAdvi rtlalnff. In"
|l.,rl,s Kriedland.l I'..
11 -J4 12 1-8-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY niYEM that
the undiisifrrned. dea.i'inji lo enangre In
buxln.-s* under 111 flctflloui name nl
T> & K disci u \t i i i:n iti i:I-: at
Ilii" N.W. H'.T Street, Miami I'a in-
tends i.. resivrar aald name n'lth the
Clerk of ih, Cir.uii Curl ,.f I iad
County, Florida
DORA FEKNANDBZ
11 17-24 12 1-1
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5912
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Bat a i nf
FRED Si IMKIISTEIN
Ii.-.-. a.-.d
To All Critlllora and All Pei-eonr 11... -
ink: i laims nr Demand* Airaliial Said
I'Ntaii :
Vou an herehj n..iifi. ,l and re-
quired to pr.-s,m an) clalnw and lie-
nianils u lii.li you ma) have aualnsl
Ihi ealate ..f FllED BOMERSTEIN
deceaaed lat< of Had" County, I'l.i-
i.ia. to ih.- County Judge* ..f Dnde
County, and file Hie smile In dupli-
eate ami as provided in Section 7::
18 Florida Statutes, in their offjeca
In ih.- fount) Courthouae In Imdi
County, Florida, aithln si\ calendar
monilis f ii m ihe liiii.- of the flrsi
publication hereof, or" the aame will
be barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, Ihla :'7Ui
da) .a November, All tOT'.'.
Ilnberl Bom. rati In
S< ymour Somcrati In
As Kx""Ui..rs
lust pul.lleatlon of this notice ....
tin- isi day ..f 11.. mi" r. i!i72.
I'Mw in M fllnabure;, Raoajlre, ol
Myera, Kaplan, Portar, Levlnatat ,v-
Kenin
ai torne) for i-;\> "in...
Sllil. :;..| I I.V.i S.W l-'n-l Sir. I
.Miami. Florida KIM
12 l-S-16-22
of \i.v IHT'.'.
R 1! I.BATHERMAN.
As i 'lerh, ciri uli < '..tin
I aide '.-uiii\. Ftorltla
li> l: m KISSEE
As Deputy Clel*
K 'Iri'uM '..urt s< 111
i aw i:i:ni i-: f. KAINE
>". S \\' l-'irsl Sir. I
Miami. Florida :":'""
Alli.riH v f..i I'.lili.
Phone: ::t:.-isit
is I-8-1S-22
IN THt COUNT > JUDOC't COURT
IN AND f'OR DADE COUNTY,
rLOrtlDAIN PROBATE
NO. 72-5477
In HE: K"tnt of
MATT IE HERWITZ
11. ,,."d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i 'n .l.i.us and All Perwina
Havlnis lalmn Aajalnal said i:- tale:
V..ii ar.- hereby notified and required
to pus.ni any clatma nnd demand*.
\ilii.-li you may have agalnal the es-
i tie ,.i \i vi'ili: HERWITZ. deceaaed
Into "i i....I.- ,.uiii\. Florida, ... lh<
County .lud^.s ..r Hade County, and
ni.- ii..- aame in dunllcate ai.d as nm>
vl.l, d in Section 738.1*1, Florida Btnt-
at.-, in ih.ir ..ffie.s in ihe Count)
Courthouae In Dnde County, Florida
within six calendar mnntha from ihe
lime of the rlrwt publication hereof
or tii. ;..... will I,., barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, ihis T da)
of November, A Ii IH"
.III.MS HERWITZ
\ I7\. < ulor
l-'iirst pul.li.-aii,.n of this notice on
ilo- IT day "I N..\. mli.-r. 1972.
HARRT ZFKBRNICK
Attorney for Bhie<*utor
4i Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, I'la 13lta
II 17-:'I I" l-
evffl
JllemorialGhapel
"jcwtsH mm pm wrtcton"
LOCAL ANO OUT Of STATt
aii i.'. : i mi rts
947-2790
1J38S W OlXlf IUVY N M
PALLOT
UISVEIUISG
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late
LOUIS E.
PALLOT
will take place Sunday,
December 10th art 1 P.M. ot
Ml. Nebo Cemetery (Section 4)
with Or. loan Krenith officiating.
Friends and relatives are
invited to attend.
Ml MO
.racioM.
, .K'C.I,..-.
865-2353
720 Swnty Firtt S'retf
( fxfon Crt* [ViW
ii Vij-i tt i
4 CINMATlOKf Of UIICI
A
EMANUEL GORDON-lv46
HARRY GOROON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
^jordon Tuncnxl OfM
Your Jewish Funeral Home
CALt 373-5533


December 8. 1972
+Jewist Meridian
Page 15-3
IECAL WOTrtt
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OC
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION No. 72-23i
UGAl NOTItt
IE6AL NOTrtt
i
LEGAL NOTKT
UGAL NOTKC
n i.....
,V\ FAIJ ETO PAH
" nml
f
:i \. w,i.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-504
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
STKI.I.A I .INHUMAN _
11. u-. il .. H
IN
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5766
in lie: Estate 1.1'
ABRAHAM KASOW
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ii.
U
...cT|N \N.;i:i..r.\iM>. ,
Husband"
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
CF MARRIAGE
iir.rsTiN am:i:i. p*1'' a
i :. nnro Bravo Oils*
Tml.lli.'.' ":i\'"'i>. Mexico
u:i: IIKHBRY NOTIFIED thnl
i itHHolutlon of Marriage
|, ,| ngalnal >'nu '>'"' V"'l
,1 i.i pi rve ii i-opy It your
i,ii-.-. If iiny. to It on
rpiiPN ,1 ItBRIJSMKV, attorney
., u-ii.iw iMrm is n.-.ss
|.,...| Mlnml. Florida 33IH5. and
ih, i.rucinnl with the clerk of the
,,,. -ivl. I .url on or M-f<>r> TV'
' til. rttlsC- II default will I"'
ncalnsl you for tht- relief d.-
ni|,,I In the lomiilaint or petition,
flii-- n--': -Imll !' published inii-i
., ,i four consecutive week- |
tim: jew isil FI.ORHWAX.
fTXKSS mi hand and the Mai oi
II riiiiri ;'i Mlnml, Florida. Oil
.,., i November, ItW.
I II I KATHKEMAN.
- Clerk, Circuit Court
;. iii County, Florida
I!y II. .1. Poy
A- I |iul) clerk
,yii i'iiiii i Si '!'
tiii:\ .1 i:ki!I.i.nsky
Riril Road
mi. |-|.,ii.l.i :'.::iii.-i
UH1WHI -, H n*mAil NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I'l.-.litor. tfiiit All V.T'nu.J'Hnll PT'CjAH Creditor* :in liqt i i:t i iii or Demninls* AgiTrnVl siiM mi ^'Inlm* or Demand* Against Bald
,T Xf'tll :iiv heV.'lly'-'
RMgti
J '"trtu in-.-
hvmlga nhiitted i,n* %,
quired |o present nny ilnliiis and it.1- ouirii
iiiaiul- ulii.li _\. -it ma) hiivi- .ii.in, i mam!
Che .sun.. i stf.ij.a I.I.NDEMAX the i
deceased UiIf of Haili County, Flur- Deceit
lilt, io iii, County Judge* n\ Dade I'da. |u "
County und file Ihe nmr in iluiili- <:>mny.
rail- mul ii.* provided in Section 733.1*1,
Florida statutes, in their nffli en in
the County WHirrbouse m Dude Coun-
ty. Florida, wiihiii hi.\ i-al.nil.ir
montlia from the linn- ..f the first
uuhlloHdon hereof, or tin name will
1m- harreil.
Pai.il at Miami. Florlila, this 13
ilai of N'ovemln-r. All. IMS.
ImiXai i. || HOOBitACK
A n.'IIlary AiliuiniHtralor
Cum Testamento Annex..
Fir-1 publication of this not Ire on
week- I *nc '" l':lv "'" November, 1872.
Robert I.. Bloomberg
Bloomberg A Bloomberg
Attorney Cor Ancillary Administrator
TIT Seyl.olil [Wilding
Miami, Florida 1313!
II 17-34 12 1-8
this
ir I'.iiti
VA
mer
11/24 IS 1*8-18
fintlfle*
to plis.nl any clalmv anil ilo-
whi.h vitu mnj have airninsi
tnte of ABRAHAM KASOW.
il late of lta.li- County, Plor-
Couniy JuiIk.s of li.ol.-
file the name in duplicate
anil ns provided in Si-ition 733.1 A,
Kloriilu HtnttlAeii, In their nffloaa in
the County Courrhotwe In Dnfle Coun-
ty, KloriUu. within six calendar ntnnlha
from the time of ih.- flr>i publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated nt Miami. Florida
liiy ..i November, A.l>. 18tS
ROSE KASOU
A> Bxet*utrlx
Klrsi nulillentinn of this
the U il-iy of N'nvemher. WtS.
AltONi\ITZ. Hn.VRR & BOOTH
Max It. .Silver. K*n
A i t'.rni-y for Bbcrrutrix.
!"iS Ainsl.y Bulhlinc, Miami. Pla.
11/24 18 1 ->-1"
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
mi: IS IIKRKBV ilei IkiimI, ileslrlnu to eUMUTO
under the tlefUiouf name
y KI.KCTHIC nt I88M S.W l"l
I'l mi.-nils to reclsior
ill iii.- Clerk of the I'lr-
I'.mi of Daile Co'iom. Plorhlu
PRANK l(. CRANDON
CI BCTRIC, INC
(1 X. m. I
i foi applicant
. v i: IMnl St
II in |:...i. Ii. PL
II 17-84 18 i-v
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72^5156
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
in RE: Eatnle of
\N\ a Kl INK
De.eaod
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I'r.-.liiors ami All Persons Hav-
ing Clllimi Of I'.mauds Airalnsi Blllll
K-llll. :
Vou ii. hereby notified and requir-
ed to nrenenl any cluiniH nml il.niainls
which you may have ngalnal iii- ea-
U....... anna KLINE decenKcd late
of 11.oi.- County. Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judge* of I Hide County, and fi'
| the mme In duplicate and a.- provld-
; ...l in Reel Ion 733.16, Florida fltntutea,
in their ..in..- in the County Court-
lioum In Dade County. Ftorldn.
VI six calendar tnnnthw from ih
:
The COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5962
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ui I:-1.11.- of
IH IIKNS" i.N ROmUIAN
i...,,-. .1
All Creditors Bltd All Person, Hnv-
i :.nni- or Deinauils Again"! Bald
li.-r.-liy ll.illl'i.'l Anil re-
i.l n. |.r.-.iit any clnimK ami de-
which vou may hnve naminal
.ii
ii,,.
n, i.
I :.
mid
i Kl IA BENS" N ROTH-
,.i late of l> .! County.
tin County Judge of Dude
ui file the sain, in dtir.ll-
is provided in Se.-ti. n 183.-
si.uui.'s. iii their of I Ice*
. i .miiv Courthouse in Dnde
V, I M.i i.la. within *ix laliinlar
- n..in Hi. time of the first
ui..i. hereof, or the .-am. will
rr.il
Miami. Florida,
Xo\iinlier. All IMS.
Shirley tiirslnn
As AilminlsiralriN
' IHlhlieatlon of Ihls i
hi) of Nov. inliir. IdTJ.
IV KI'KERNH'K
Vdinlnistrntrbi
I toad
ii. Florida 83I8H
n 84 u '1-8-13
this
itli
Ii.
'HE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
" *ND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-5775
FRANK B. DOWLING
:: I:-..,, of
"ISA l-KNICK.
..ail a
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
!- and All IV rson
I'hiims or Demand*
Bald Ksiate:
ii ;ir. Iiiti-Iij notified and required
""'in any claim* and demand*!
ii nut) have agalnsl Hie estate ,
''INa PKNICK, deceased h......f
Florida, to iii. Count}
1 "t i i.ni,. Count). und file Hie
m duplicate and as provided In
b, Plorldn Statutes, in
n ii.. County '.in ih.'iis.
''' "Utit). l-'lorhl.-i w iihin is
' '' "i.....Ii* from the lime of Ihe
.PUlill.aihiii hereof, or ih.- aami
knrred.
in .Miami. Florida, this 13th ,
N"Vi inher. A.l>. IHT2.
s.MI. PIWICK
A- I'.XecUtOT
Uhlliiltloil ui' Hit.- notice "ii
Novi inhor, 1972.
Iv A I'l.AN. I'lllCIKi:.
'" .\ KK.N'IN
f..r i:s.i utor
I- Btreel
Whin 1313*
11/17*84 11 1-8
_ ItTH CIRCUIT COURT
E COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 72.23*02
iti marriage of
KAPNDBIUI,
ll'UKl! I.. SAINHICItS.
Ice by publication
[iii:istiiimii:i: i, sain
'"'.' unknown, are reoiiir-
11 \ve| io ih,. petition
"ti of marriage with Ihe
ahovu i .url nml aerve a
1 ni" li. i in.in Cohen,
I'.l.li: Miami.
' hefnre l .....mher 22,
'tllloii will I......nfeaai .1
D KATHERMAN
''in nil i 'oiin
P I'oii.liinil
eputy Clerk
II 17-24 IS i ft
f the flral pubUcntlon hereof, or Ihe
sain.- ill lie barred.
ji.iii.l in Miami. Plorlila. ihis 31*il
da) of 11. loh.-r. Al*. 1972.
ROBE l.l'NI'ijVIST
A* Admlnletrnlrlx
Finn publication ol this nnth e on
the IT day of November 1972.
8.NYDKR. VOI'NO *L- BTBRN
By: HARVEY s LANQUBRH
Atlorne) for R..... Lundqviat
IM i II,,\ .-,....
North Miami Beach, FI. ::^is"
11 17*84 12/1-9
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPF.RTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
1 OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 72-23426
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN UK. THE MAURI UIK "P.
MUIICI. B. JAI'llE,
Husband,
and
1 PRANCES -lAl'Mi:.
Wife
Ti : i-"i:anci:s .IAIJMI'.
::.,: i:.....U* In Avenue
Midland Purls, Nev, .hrsey .....
Yi ic ARE HEREBY NOT IP Ell
lhai an notion l"i liissolutlon ol Mar-
r|ac< bus I.....n tiled against you am
vou tire required lo eervj a con) m
v, u,in. a .i.f.ii'.. n tiny, t" it
,, ai it. Ill-:i.l. -I UPCO.N, atlorne)
i, Petitioner, whose nddre** t*
li:ii:iiMAN ^ '"'.'\.,"'. ;i;
^ si Snii. I. Miami. Plorldn .13184
. .||i;.i;|x.-.i. anil file the Original wllll
the cterii of the above jtyUal court on
, | |..... ii.....iuh.r 22, '--- ntner-
., default "ill '" entered ngalnal
r, ih. rollef demanded In Ihe
, la,HI or lielllioll
Thi- liotlci shall !" iuihlisli.il
,.|, eek tor tour .iisr.ullv IV
THE JEYVIBH PI ORIDIAN
WITNEHB my hand and Ihe i
...mi al Miami. Florldn n
day of November, 1972.
K II |,EATHERMAN.
\- clerk, i'ir. ult Court
iia.h 'ounll Plorldn
By: p COPEI .AM>
A- Depul) Clerk
nil I'oin S.ali
FHIEH.MAN .v I IP< ON
MITCH EM. .1 UP' fN
'T:T S \V. Mh HI., BUlte I'"
Miami. Klorldn 38184 144-4..1
Attornc) for Petitioner
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-5688
IOHN R. BLANTON
in RK. Relate of
JACOB BHER
llee.-ase.l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditor* ami All Person* Hav-
ing I'iaims or lH-malllls Against Bald
Kstate:
Vou are hereby notified ami requir-
ed to present any claim- and demand*
ivhi.-h you may have ngalnal the es-
tate of JACiM! BHER deceased lato
of I lade County. Florldn, to the Coun
i> Judge* of Bade County, ami file
the same in duplicate ami as pro-
vided In Section 733.18, Florida Blatu-
tea. in their office* In the County
Courtbouae 'n Dude County. Plor Ida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or ih. sunn- will be barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida thll Bth
with-1 day it November. A.P. 1972
ii MARY I'. BHER
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-583*
FRANK B. DOWLING
In V.F. Betute of
JACK KOMITO
Decensed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Person-
Having Claim* or Demand*
l,m" W""j Ac.ili.st Sai.l Estate:
io uri.sAi, any .-Wtrns 'a,'.'.! ilemT.KY'
which you may have against rke estate
..r .tack KOMITO, deceased late ol
liinle County, Florida, to the Count)
Judge* of Dade County, ami file ih.'
name In duplicate ami as provided in
Section T.;" in. Pknjida Btntotes, in
their office* In the County Courthouse
in Dude County. Florida, within si^
calendar months from ihe tim.* of ihe
first publication hereof, or the same
will L. barred
Haleil nt Miami. Florida. ihi> Snth
day of November, A.lr 1872.
.TOSPI'll KOMITO
A* Executor
Pirst publication of this nonce on
ihe ::4th ilav of November. 1973-.
C.MIUN. ROTHENBER, KOOAN
and KiiltNI'.I.CM
By Zi'V. W. KoKan
Attorney f..r Joseph Komtto and
Stanley Knnilto, Co-Exacutorii
420 I.iiiioln ltd..
Miami Bench Florida 28139
H/24 12/1-8-U
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engaire
in business under Ui,- ti.'titious name
a san I is point. INC. st "' Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach, Florida In-
tends to reglnter said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol 1'a.le
County, Plorldn.
BANDS POINT, INC. i
By: JERRY A DROSS, PHE87DKN3?
r.fcAi;ii *.- CROSS'
tttnrneys for
SA NUS I'l HNT. INC
im:. Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Pla.
ll 17-24 IS 1-8
this L'lst
Ii..11.
As Rxecutl-U
Plrsl publication oi this notice mi
the ITth da) of Nov. mher, 1872.
JOSEPH UASSEN of
JEI'EWAY HASSEN & JBPEWAV
Attorneys for Executri*
Kt'.i Dnde I'.il. ral Rldg.
mi i: Fhigler St., Miami. Pi-
ll 1T-2I IS/1-1 i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-586*1
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In l!K: K-laLc of
lil'SSIK PRICE
Deceased.
To All Cri .liters ami
big Claims or Demn
l..-.aie.
Vou are hereby
miiv.l in present
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATt
Nj. 72-5457
(Judge Dowlingl
'n It!-:: Estate of
HAI.I'II HASH.
I i.eeas.il
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO A I I PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE IF
SAII i DECEDENT.
Vou are hereby notified that a writ-
ten Instrument purporting to he tin
lasl will and testament of said de-
cedent ha- in .n admitted io prohnti
in sahl Court, You nre hereby com-
nuindcd within si\ cnlendar month*
from Ihe date of I In tie-1 nubllcnllon
of ihi- notice io appcur in Sislil Court
:, 11,1 shoit cause. If nn) > n can, wh)
the action of said Courl .o admitting
sahl will io probate should not stand
unrevoketl.
PRANK C. DOWI.INfl
i -'llniv .Tudae
By M. li.a c. Dick
Clerk
SIMON. IIAVS A DltCNllWERfl
Attorney* for Executors
Miami. Plorldn 38181
H(iH Alnsle) liulliliiiff
Pirst publication of this notice on
he ITih day oi November. 1072,
11/17-24 t^'l-
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUN I'Y.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-23494
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
i EL'fiBVF Williams. Husband
and
i SARAH MAE WILLiAMS. Wife
] To: SARAH MAE WILLIAMS
1187 Camin- Rte-ei
aukusli. Qeorgla
TO l' ARE IlKUKKY NOTIFIED
thai an notion for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has I.e.-n filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to It
on Lawrence F, Kulne. attorney for
Petitioner, whose nddre** is fi-.". s.W.
First Street, Miami, Florida 33138,
and file the nriglnnl with the cleril
of the above style 1 court on or be-
fore December 2'1. 107; otherwise a
default will 1- entered ngalnal you
for the relief demanded In ihe com-
plain I or petition.
This notice shil be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI ORITMAN
WITNESS mv han.I nml Ihe seal (
sai.l COUrl III Miami I'loriila oil tills
l I day of November, I'.'Tj
E. I! I.EATHBRMAN.
As Clerk, I'lr.iiii Courl
Dnde Countv, Plorldn
B) C P i'i "PBI AND
An n.niitv ciii-k
ICireliH Cmni Seal I
I AWRENCK F KAINE
'-.-. S W Cirsl Slet
Miami Plorldn 3313H
Attorney for Petitioner
It 17-24 12'1 -8
IN
All Persons
mis Against
Ilav-
Sa nl
notified
ii claims
and r-
,'inil de-
mands which you may have ngnlnst
the estate of OTHtttK PRICE deavused
late of Lade County, Ptorldo, to the
i'.-..my Jadgea ol Daile County, ami
HI., tiie same In duulumte and as
vhleil in Section T33.1I1. Florida
County
Florida,
from the
i hereof,
thi* -
pro..
Statutes, in their office* In in
i'ourilious.' in Dadn County,
within si\ calendar month*
line of the first publlcallot
or (he name will be barred
Dated nl Miami. Florldn,
in") ..( November. A.I). 1878.
IDA CRAM
As IJx.-.iuriv
First publication of this notice >
lie ^1 da l of No\i mln .. IC72.
BPARBFR, ZIOIKI I.OSKIN AND
JfI i:I:INNER P.A
Attorneys for BxeoUtrlX
Inn N Blsoayne itoulevard
Miami. Florid. 8818S ^ (j |_g_u
ilnr
lirsl
ill
lln- ITlli
ill,
y..u
IN
k*
sai.l
13th
(I'll.
al of
Ihis
IT/17-84 13 l-S
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5788
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate ol
ISABEL M. Ht'NOAN
lie, eased.
To All Credltore and All Persons
in Claim- or li.im.a.I- Agalnsl
!ati
You are hereby notified ami re-
Ulred to present any claims and de-
, uind* which you nut) Inn e ngnlnst
III, mate of I8ABKI. M DCNtl V.\,
ilrceusi .1 late of Dade Count)
jdu lo il" Count) -I"
County, and til. thi unnn
, .ii.- aii.I as provnli il in Sect i
II a'
s.u
I H: ill
riupll-
ha*
::::. H.. are
,N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR___
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO, 72-23838 (Judge Testa)
in RE: CHANOEOF NAME OF
/ViNKST.VK K.CI.A.1DB..N ...
Florid i Siaiui. in
I,,, i 'iiutlty 'ourlh.'li
\. Florida, within six
..in ih. time ..r ih
Hie. -s II
iii Dude nun-
.alemliir monlhi
filsl plll.li. atioi
i, .% ,i ,., ih, same will be burred.
Dated al .Miami. Florida.
,i\ of November, A.li. 1872.
Herbert D, l.om..\
.,- vdmhilatrator
First publican.....f ihis n
he 24 day < November. 1872
AiioNovrra. sii.vki: booth
Atlorne) for lisuite "i
.-I M IHiniran. decease*!
i;...i..v llfcle Miami. Pla.
: 1-8-13
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4357-Dow/ling
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ll yaian ll (IERSTETN
Deceased.
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demand* Agalnsl Bald
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified und re-
quired to preset!I any claims ami de-
mands which you may luive uguinsi
the estate of IIV.MAX II. (JERSTEIN
deceased late of Hail.' County. Flor-
ida, i., Ihe County Judges ol I Mule
County, and file the sain, in dupli-
cate and as provided ill Section 783.-
II'.. Florldn Statutes, In Iheli office*
in tin Count) Courthouse In I Midi
Count}', I'lori.la. within six eal
months from the tim. of the
publication hereof, or thi sun.
he barred.
I.....d nl Miami. Florldn
liny of November, A.M. 1872
Rnbi n ll Itcrati i
,\* Kxei utor
First publication ol ihis
the Isl da) of I >eei mbi i. I!i"2
1...... Kaplan
ui Myers, Kaplan, Porter, l..\u...... a-
K. nin
Attorney for Executor
I i.Mi S.W, Isl Btreel
Miami. Plol i.la 3:11311
IS 1-8-13-22
In THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
No. 72-24322
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re Tin Marriage of:
II l.M.IA i A Kl At "M K, il. ami
.li.AiJI'l.N UOMINlio CARCACHK.
husliand,
ii I in M.ill.N lio.MINiio
CARCACHE
Hi i 'uinii Sit eel
San Francisco, Californiii iilll"
Vi ll' ARK BKIIBBY notified thai *
Petition for l noliiiion of Marriage
......n filed Rgahial you, and you
hereli) riulr*l to serve .....p>
.f your answer or other pleading lo
ihe' Petition nn the Wife'* attorn
I.KSTKI! ROOBR8, KSi.>. whoa
tires* I* i 134 N.W, 17th Avenui
ami. I'lori.la 33123. anil lllc the
I
IN THE COUNTY JUOOE'S COURT
IN AND FOH
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 7?-r.808
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Iii RE: Estate of
SAMCI'.i. a BREWSTER
11. reused
I To All Creditor* nnd All Person* Hnr-
iii- Claim* or Demands Agalnsl Said
iEatato:
Yon in-.- her,.|,v notiii.il and re-
itiir.-ii to preaenl any claim* and de-
manil- which you niav have gainst
,i. estate of S MH'Kl A. HREW-
STRR. deceased lute of Dade County,
Florida, to fin Count) Judge* of Dade
Countv ami file Ihe same in ilti'.li-
eale nnd as provided in Seetion T -
u; Florida Statutes, in their office*
in the County i tun ihoti-.- in Dnde
County. Florida, wlihln six cnlendar
nioiiihs from the time of the first
nuhllcntlon hereof, or Ihe same will
be barred
(in..I ui Miami. Fl'.'tdn. this L"0
dnv of November. \ 11 1*71
PACI. KWITNEV
Aa Executor
First puhli.ailon of this notice on
ihe ::T day of November, 1873
KWITNEV A ICltoul'
- ......v I .- !' illt.r
4u'n Lincoln Road
Miami Bench. Florida
11/24 12 l-s-r.
ihis :i
?tie*
N U I I <~ t Vr "- _^_ k,A*C | .IlllHIII-.* "" .--..' -
FOR CHANGE OF NAMt |,;|l|.| XI Dungiin, deceased
Notice is given thnl the u.....,,s- !>"* Alneiey UMg Miami. Fla. 881.
P,.lltllllierS, KM -I T. I'.risl.r an. An- ,, 2| |.g
n i. pearl lUrhaitlaon. who*e realdi nve ^__ __-^^^-^
VmiuT Fhrlda. Intea'da t ni'l'b '" S===
ihe H......table Thomas, A. Ten J. TTCyTIOkl
..... with the CTerk of the
styled court, on i.i before thi*
..i Jnnunrj. 1873 or m Default
, iitered aa-ainst you. .
DATED this js day nl No>
B, I', I KATIIKIIMA-N
Clerk of Circuit C.....'I
ItV: It M KK48EE
|| inuil Courl S.ali
. Ml- :
..lit
al.ov,
t da)
till lo-
nil.er.
II,.. Eleventh Judicial Clr-
IMide County, at his
Courthou .. ai
| ft!
II.-
child
by
duush-
thi
Judge of
euit in and for
office in the County
JlTmil. Florida. .... V*, "
al 11:80 a.ni eras s,..... in
I'.ilt.....er* may be heard,, for
s, V lo BR-N-BSTINK HKIW KR.
which name Petitlonei in......
t.-r shall Ih.r.alo-i Is KlloWn.
DATED nl Miami. Dade I ount),
,,,-, nj f November, in.2.
ERNEST T BHISTBR
VNNIE I'l'MIL RICHARDSON
sam \\ KI-EINFE1 D, i:s...
Attorney for Pi lltlonere
,is Blaua) io Building
IS n/eal Flagler Btreel
'''"""''' :) '"" 11/17-34 18/1-S
Florida
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
10H MliStNClR 'AdVlCt
*. *v i> ist ton trumin
solicits your leg'n) notices
vVe appreciate your pu-
rronaye and guarantee oc
curate service at iaeal
rates.
Dial 373-4605
i i-s-i:.-32
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN A^'0 FOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
IN PPr>BTE
No. 72-4547
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
In RE: Estate ..f
S \mii:i -I KI.K1N,
Decensed
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO All I'ERMONS INTKRH8TBD IV
THE BBTATE OP RAID DECEDENT.
v..ii are hereby notified thai a writ-
! ten Instrumenl purporting lo be Hi*
; lasl ill and testament of sahl He-
. eeileiil has been ndmlttcd to prolmt*
! In said Courl Vou nre herebj .....i-
mnnded within six cnlendar m.....hs
ii..in Ihe dale of ih. tirsi publica-
tion of ihis notice to nppi nr i" said
Coun and shon cause, ii an) you can,
ivh) Ihe nctl......f sahl Courl in nd-
mittinu said will to probate should
1 not stand unr. voked.
ARTHCII \V PRIMM
Counts Judgi
B) l.'HS F PASTOHFIEL.D
Clerk
Kiln in M ninsburg. Bsnulre. of
Mvers, Kaplan. Porter, uevinsan
Ken I n
1 \iioin.y- for i'"- Bxeculor*
Suite 304-1130 S W isi Si
l Miami, Florida 331
First publlcatliMi of 'his notice
Ion the 1st da) oi December, I!i72.
13 I-s-1.'.--".'

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adjustment in our subscription prices. The new prices
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I u
tlfewjislli Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, December 8. 1972
Section C
I
Jackson Urges Israel Not
To Throw Away Trump Card
By GERALD SCHWARTZ
One of Israel's staunchest sup-
porters in the United States Con-
gress Tuesday night urged the
Jewish state '"not to throw away
its trump card, the reopening
of the Suez Canal, without fi-
nally obtaining face-to-face nego-
tiations with the Arab nations."
Sen. Henry M. (Scoop) Jack-
son, the Washington Democrat
who was runnerup to Sen.
George McGovern in the race
for his party's presidential nom-
ination, spoke at the American
Technion Society dinner honor-
ing Miami industrialist Ralph
Levitz.
Mr. Levitz, who this we** as-
sumed the presidency as well as
the chairmanship of Levitz Fur-
niture, announced a 9350,000 gift
to the Technion at the Dora]
Bench Hotel banquet.
He also received a special
award from the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, presented by
its president. Robert Russell, ac-
knowledging Mr. Levitz's pace-
setting contributions to the CJA-
IEF campaigns here.
Sen. Jackson both in a news
conference preceding the ban-
quet and in his speech, empha-
sized that Israel was doing the
United States and the free
world "a great favor by keep-
ing the Suez Canal closed.
Otherwise, the Soviet Navy
would be in strength through-
out the Persian Gulf and Indian
Ocean areas, which would great-
ly increase our defense burden."
He said a Suez agreement should
be part of a general Middle
East agreement.
He reported on an eight-day
trip which ended last week and
carried him to Israel, Saudi
Arabia, Iran, Rumania, Bulgaria,
Yugoslavia and Czechslovakia.
Sen. Jackson also spent a day
and a half with the American
Sixth Fleet in the Mediterran-
ean.
During his Israel visit, he con-
ferred with Premier Golda Meir.
Foreign Minister Abba Eban. De-
fense Minister Moshe Dayan and
Ambassador Gideon Rafael, the
nation's top political strategist.
Sen. Jackson said he detected
"some new movement on the
part of several Arab states to-
wards accepting peace with Is-
rael, and across-the-table nego-
tiations. They realize they
aren't doing any better."
He also said his Jackson
Amendment, which would pre-
vent the Soviets getting "fav-
ored nation" considerations un-
til they end their restrictions
on Jews leaving for Israel, al-
ready has had impact.
Factors That Led To Nazism In
Germany Now Present In U.S.A.
AMHERST, Mass. (JTA1
A Jewish lawyer who fled Ger-
many before World War II con-
tended here that many of the
same factors that led to the
rise of the Nazis in the land of
his birth are present in America
today.
According to Arno Herzberg.
65. of Union, N.J., who prac-
tices law and is an expert on
revenue legislation, those fac-
tors include inflation, powerful
industries and powerful labor
unions.
Mr. Herzberg, who was man-
ager of the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency's Berlin office front
1934-38. addressed students at
Hampshire College who have
organized a course on the Holo-
caust.
He was joined1 by two other
former German Jews, Rudy
B.iti. a fashion designer, and
Kurt Enoch, 77, a publishing con-
sultant, who reflected on condi-
tions during the 1920s and "30s.
Mr. Herzberg said inflation
*'as a destructive element that
wiped out the German middle
class in the decade before the
war and may wipe out the
middle class in America. "In the
America of 1972, as in the Ger-
many of those years, large cor-
porations and unions are becom-
ing so powerful that it may be-
come impossible for a democ-
racy to govern them," he warned.
He explained that democracy
was menaced in Germany be-
cause of the activities of big
industry which sided with Hitler
in an attempt to cripple the
unions, and the activities of
large unions which through re-
peated strikes disrupted the
economy and inadvertently aided
the Nub.
Mr. Blatt said another factor
leading to the holocaust was
the complacency and timidity
of German Jews while Hitler
was gaining power. He noted
that German Jews held positions
of influence in publishing, busi-
ness, science and the arts far
out of proportion to their num-
bers, but were afraid to exer-
cise power against the Nazis.
"Even as Hitler gained power,
German Jews only watched.
Rabbis were pious old men with
whom it was out of taste to
talk about anything in the real
world," he said.
But Mr. Enoch disagreed that
Jews deliberately blinded them-
selves to events. "There were
ni;iny like myself who did not
believe the threats of the Nazis.
PR
;iel Kahn, honoree at the annual dinner of the Israel
drut Campaign in Florida, displays his distinguished
ce award, presented at the Fontainebleau Hotel rune-
attended by more than 500 persons Sunday night. From
[are Dr. Leon Kronish, national chairman of the Israel
ut Foundation; Mr. Kahn; Col. Stella Levy, com-
af the Israel Army Women's Corps; and Judge
tyalon, secretary general of Histadrut in Jerusalem.
We were hoping that the regime
would not last. But the depres-
sion which had begun on Wall
Street and spread around the
globe had so damaged the Ger-
man economy that the Nazis
were entrenched."
Both Enoch and Herzberg
contended that the Western de-
mocracies contributed to the
suffering by their failure to is-
sue visas and provide transport
which could have saved many
lives.
J. J. Lansburgh Set
For Seasons Honor
From Israel Bonds
J. J. Lansburgh. Miami Beach
civic leader, will be honored Dec.
19 at the Seasons Israel Dinner
of State in the restaurant of the
Seasons, a Miami Beach high rise
apartment hotel.
Eddie Sehaffer, folk humorist
and raconteur, will be a special
guest at the event honoring Mr.
Lansburgh. The dinner is being
held under the auspices of the
Greater Miami Committee for
State of Israel Bonds.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fischer
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moak
are cochairmen of the dinner, with
Bernard Striar serving as hon-
orary chairman.
Mr. Lansburgh is head of a pio-
neer Miami Beach family which
has been active in the hotel in-
dustry for more than 33 years. He
is a major contributor to the Mi-
ami Heart Institute and has been
active for Israel Bonds and nu-
merous philanthropic causes.
Clfford Straus is dinner coordi-
nator. Reservations may be made
at the Israel Bonds office. 420
Lincoln Rd. Bid?.
Mail Service Improvement
More motoriw ; city 'otter car-
rier routes throu ml Hie Miami
area are expected to result from
giving postal managers greater
flexibility in the establishment or
extension of ielivery < t)
ni w or expanding communities and
cities. E. H. Daws, officer in
charge, said this week. New hous-
ing developments now can expect
ta receive curb-line mail delivery
by motorized carrier.
SOCIALITE
by ISABEL GROVE
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A century of living will be marked on Dec. 12 by Jacob
Adler. poet and author. One of the most beloved and' best known
Yiddish humorists in the Jewish world, most of his work ap-
peared in the Jewish Daily Forward published in New York City
and was read by a quarter-million people. Included are many
whose parents and grandparents laughed at Adler's writings
published under his favorite pen name, B. Kovner. Born in Aus-
tria, at 17, young Jacob took a $10 ocean liner ticket and set out
for the New World. It was 1890, and Benjamin Harrison had just
been elected president.
At 23, Jacob met and married Celia, who had come to this
country a few years earlier from Vienna. When his work as a
tailor brought about a collapse, she launched his career as a
writer by throwing away his scissors. In 1895 he began to write
for the Daily Forward and today he can look back on a dozen'
books, 18.000 poems, numerous plays and over 30,000 humorous
articles. Much of his work is on exhibit at the YIVO Institute
for Jewish Research in New York City.
The Adlers came South in 1936 and lived in Gulfport for
some 31 years. They have six married children. 15 grandchildren
and 17 great-grandchildren, many of whom will be present for
the milestone celebration.
Celia died recently, and now Jacob lives at a Nursing Home
in Pasadena, Fla., where his birthday party will be held. Among
the many letters and telegrams he has begun to receive will be
one from President Nixon.
One of the few surviving original members of the Work-
men's Circle which he and his wife joined in 1900, Mr. Adler
wrote in a recent WC magazine, "Call," "When I pass at the age
of 120, I would like everything to be carried out in Yiddish be-
cause I come out of a Yiddish Khassidic and my parents and
their parents spoke Yiddish, wrote Yiddish, prayed in Yiddish,
laughed in Yiddish, sang in Yiddish and even cried in Yiddish.
And I have, over the past 30 years written thousands of pieces
to bring laughter in Yiddish." And in closing, he wrote, "Will
you remember this? Please."
1 < > 1
Mrs. Mefxger
Mr. Metigtr
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Metz-
ger of 17120 NE 12th Ave..
North Miami, will celebra**
their 50th wedding anniver-
sary at a party given by
their son, Richard Metzger,
and their daughter. Ann ani
her husband, Frank Kauff.
Originally from Baltimore,
Md., the Metzgers came here
In 1952. He worked as a
salesman for the last 20
years, and retired only after
an illness.
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An around the world trip which really hit the high spots of
the universe for Mr. and Mrs. Myron Zeientz. Their itinerary
included stops in Athens, Tel Aviv. Jerusalem, Bombay, Bangkok,
Hong Kong, Honolulu and completing the circle, home by way of
Los Angeles.
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Remember that entrancing story of Hansel and Crete!, a
boy and girl lost in a vast, mysterious forest, who happen upon
a gingerbread house and a wicked witch? Well, take your little
ones to see a performance of that famous story by the Vagabond
Marionettes at Temple Judea Sunday at 4 p.m. The program is
being sponsored by the Children's Cultural Arts Committee of
the temple's Sisterhood. Mrs. Kurt Frank has the tickets, so get
them from her for they will not be available at the door.
to to to
Here's a chance to acquire a few paintings and dress up
your walls. Mazon Galleries of Dania is holding an art auction
Saturday at the Washington Federal, 699 NE 167th St., for the
benefit of North Miami Chapter, Women's American ORT. A
preview of all items will begin at 7:30 p.m. with the auction
ready to start at 8. No charge for admission, and all donations
are tax deductible.
Highlight of a champagne reception Monday night honor-
ing Israel Ambassador Gideon Rafael was presentation
of a check for purchase of Israel Bonds. Dr. Leon Kronish
(left) national chairman for synagogues of the Israel Bonds
Organization, announced the payment from a special fund
by Hyman Chabner (right). Ambassador Rafael, who heads
Israel's foreign service and was chief envoy to the United
Nations during the Six-Day War, looks on with approval.



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GRAND OPENING!
Come see Boca Lakes today, and you'll
just have to agree that it's the only one!
First of all, you'll like the handsome
gateway with the courteous guard...
and the lovely palm lined streets
leading toward the clubhouse and
apartment villas. Here is the only
condominium of its kind with a smart
Boca Raton address.
But wait until you step inside your
apartment! That's when you'll say
Boca Lakes is really the only one.
First of all, it's the only single-
Story condominium in Boca Raton! So
convenient and so private, lust park at
your front door and walk right in.
Here you have all the advantages of
a private residence with none of
the annoyances.
We guarantee all you ladies will
fall in love with the kitchenit's
a dream with a huge picture window
framing a sit-in dining area for four.
Every convenience is at your fingertips
in our triangle of function design:
Westinghouse range with self-cleaning
oven with window, double-door frost
free refrigerator and freezer,
dishwasher, and a newFrigidaire
combination washer-dryer!
Your apartment has so many other
features like shag carpet, mirrored
dressing rooms, marble sills, and
a glassed-in Florida room at no extra
charge. You have to see it all to
believe it!
You will definitely want to stroll
through the Clubhouse area. It's the
only one with a 36-hole putting green
(one of Florida's largest), tennis,
swimming pool, badminton, shuffle-
board, volleyball and saunas. For you
fishermen, private lakes await,
well-stocked with fighting bass. And
for partytime or relaxed socializing
there are outdoor patios and barbecues,
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1 ou can relax knoivmn ju hive your own security system.
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! a magni f icenf card and game room.
An extra plusBoca Lakes is
the only one to boast the convenience
of a brand new adjacent hotel, the
Sheraton Inn. Here is an ideal place
for visiting family and friends to stay.
The Inn will also offer tennis
memberships plus a nine-hole golf
course to Boca Lakes residents for
a nominal fee. And you'll like the
Inn's shops and servicesgourmet,
liquor, food and sundry storesplus
a beauty salon and others in addition
to the hotel's restaurant and
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Andfor a final happy surprise,
Boca Lakes is the only one to otter you
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Friday. December 8, 1973
Howard Keel Takes Title
Role In Grove Production
Coconut Grove Playhouse pro-
ducers Arthur Cantor and RoIkti
S. KL discovered List weeki-nd
'hit RolxM-t Horton, who hnd been
booked fW the HtM role of "MmvI
I La Mancha" opening at the
Playhouse this week would have!
to be replaced.
High Rise
Slate Nights
For Israel
A series of "Nights in Israel"
under th.' auspi of the South
Florida Committee for State of
Israel Bonds will continue next
;; in high ri Monday night, Irving Weis will
receive the State of I-Tael BonrN
Scroll of Honor at an S p.m. meet-:
ing in the auditorium "f the Hemi-
sphi res, .< major Hallandale high
> isi
Lou Mason, a popular American
lewish humorist and David Pelig,
c"on~ul of Israel stationed in At-
lanta, will share sneaking honors.
LUa Savitt, international singer
=m 7:30 p.m.
Mr, Wi i i- a former president of
'hi' New York Cotton Exchange,
Mid formerly headed his own
brokerage firm, which maintained '
fMces in France. Great Britain
.ii) Israel.
Tuesday night, at the Point Easl
in North Miami Beach. Gerald-
-"isart/ will spoak in the aiuli-
torium at an 8 p.m. rally ee'ebrat-,
Israi l's forthcomine 25th an-
niversary of Independence
m Schwartz i- a pas' president
(h Zionist Council of South
Florida, torn- president of the
VI! r Beach Li ftge of B'nai B'ritfa
ind now serves a- public relations
ounsel for the Israel Htetadrul
Foundation, American Red Magcnl
David for Israel and numerous
ith : Israeli and Jewish organise-1
Williarn Siegel, Henrj Frank
".nil >1 Samuels and Anne Acker-
nan are among; llvwo sparking the
i t East Committee for Israel
Bonds.
Wednesday night, in the Star
Lak- Social Hall, Harry Karp ami
Paul Seaman will ea h receive the
Scroll of Honor.
I>ou Ma-on w again heading the
i ntertainment program. a- by Lila Savitt.
Mr. Horton notified the produc-
ers late Friday night that he would
not star in the award-winning j
miu-Mcal for personal reasons. For '
several-houi* The Plavhou-e. which'T
has undfergone a number of elev-
enth-hour adventures in its year-
long odysspy of renewal, was
faced with the possibility that the
new season mi^ht not go on.
Far'.y Saturday morning:, How-
ard Keel, stage and screen star,
who recently won rave notices as
"Man of I.a Mancha" in the West-
bin y Fair production, arrived from
the ninth hole of the Marina Del
Hay. Calif, golf course, where he
had been reached by lon-distaneo
telephone, to fly in and take over.
RICHARD fSSfN
After a tremendous schedule of
non-stop rehearsals, Mr. Keel
opened Tuesday niidit as "the
knight of the woeful countenance."
Don Miguel de Cervantes, who be-
fore the audience's eyes trans-
forms himself from one to the
other v'ith the stirring sons. "I.
Don Quixote."
Mr. Keels last apj>earanee in
Miami was in "On a Clear Day
You Can Set Forever" in 1%7. His
film eareei included such memor-
able hits as "Kiss Mc Kate." "Kis-
met.' "Show Boat." "Calamity
Jane" and "Seven Brides for Sev-
en Brothers." He was also seen
in the dramatic role of Simon
Peter in "The Big Fisherman" and
co-starred in the recent film "The
War Wagon" with John Wayne
and Kirk Douglas.
Performances will continue for
three weeks, through Sunday. Dec.
24. Tuesday's through Sundays at
8:30 p.m. with Wednesday and
Saturday matinees at 2:30 p.m.
| Gold Coast
| Installation Set
i Gold Coast Lodge. B'nai B'rith.
i will hold its seventh annual In-
! stallation dinner at the Carillon
I Hotel Sunday, Dec. 17. it has been
announced. The gala reception
preceding the installation of offi-
cers will include hot hors d'-
oeuvres; dinner and show will fol-
i low the ceremonies installing the
I new slate.
I Taking the oath of office will
[be Richard Ksscn. president;
Myron H. Cohen. David H. Levy.
: Hy Rubin and Wm. J. Schusel,
vice presidents; Aaron Orkin,
treasurer; Sol Klein, financial sec-
retary: Edward H. Levin, record-
ing and corresponding secretary,
and Marvin Kirsch. chaplain.
Jack H. Levin will serve as
j chairman of the board of directors;
Charles Bolotow. Abraham O.
Christain. Jayson Cotton. Mortis
j Fischer. Harry Herman. Hyman
Oriel. Dr. Max Silverman. Harry
, Wiseliansky, Louis Jacobson and
I Ben Leavin will begin one year
terms on the board.
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December 8. 1972
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Ron Lieberwjm
Seeks Helm Of
V011112 Democrats
Assistant State Attorney Ronald
1 ,.[., man lias anounred His can-
i,i, > for the presidency >f the
young Democratic Club of Dado
1 01:111 y in the club's annual iprlns
election.
Mr. Licbeeman, a 26-yrnr-oiii
native Miamfcui. cwiently aarvM
Bi political affairs vice president
for the Young Democrats, and
formerly served as state develop-
ment vice president for the Young
Democrats of Florida. He was
president of the YD chapters at
Miami-Dado Junior College South,
and the I'niversity of Miami.
Before joining the State Attor-
ney's office, Mr. Liobonnan was
,.r, associate in the law linn of
Metro Mayor Jack Orr. He re-
cently served as campaign co-
utdinator for Orr's successful
mayor's race, and served in the
same capacity for school board
member Bill Turner.
A former news reporter for
VVKAT Raciio-, and an < account ex-
ecutive for Gerald Schwartz Public
Relations agency, Mr. I.icberman
currently serves on the board of
lircctori of the Greater Miami
Jaycees,
He graduated from Miami Pal-
net to High School, the University
.'i Miami and the,* University of
Tiilsa College of Law,
Jennie Grossinger Made History
By DAVID S( MWAHTZ
(>, I97S JcwIhIi Tvlt-gTuphl< Agency)
iheic aie man.. luiii^iuiucS
about the way history is written.
there is too much emphasis, we
are often t'>ld, \m 'what Congress
and Presidents arc doing.
ROh UEBERMAH
'Year Of Decision'
Don Shoemaker, editor of the
Miami Herald, will speak on
"Year of Decision" at the Forte
Forum Tuesday at 1' p.m. in the
Forte auditorium.
Lakes Division Luncheon
The Lakes Division of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women is
sponsoring a luncheon Wednesday
at the Montmartn Hotel.
When tlic true history of t
times is finally | when the Jewish history of Amer-
ica is written Jennie Grossinger
Wll have an honored place. She
helped change history, although
.-he probably never looked on her-
.sell in that light.
A little story may help illustrate
my point. When Jennie and her
parents came to the little farm
which was to become the great
Catskill resort it is today, the
most famous Jewish family in
America was the Strauses.
There were three Straus broth-
ers, all famous. Nathan owned a
department store, but was more
famous for his philanthropies.
Nathan Straus did much to in-
troduce pasteurized milk in Amer-
ica and so helped reduce the great
toll of tuberculosis. Esidor was a
member of Congress; Oscar, the
most scholarly, was ambassador
to Turkey.
In those days, people still rode
horses. '1 ho automobile was just
beginning to come in. and one day
Oscar Straus gets on his horse and
rides to one of those summer
hotels. He would like to rest up
B little in the country. He comes
into the hotel. The clerk looks at
Din. He goes. U>.'Confer with the
management. What shall he do?
Most of the better class summer
hotels in those days didn't accept
Jewish guests. There is a lot of
shushing going or between the
managers. They are afraid ot turn
down so famous a man as Oscar
Straus, but they don't want any-
Jewish guests. That would nun
1 their business.
They finally decide to accept
him as a guest, but they also
plan to see that he doesn't make a
: habit of coming there, so when he
leaves, they present him with a
i bill which is double the rate of
1 the other guests for him and for
his horse. Oscar Straus looks at
the bill. "I see," he says, 'that
vou have charged me double the
charge for others. That's all right,
but why do you make a double
charge for my horse? He is not
lewish."
Of course, Mrs. Grossinger'.s
summer hotel was not altogether
responsible for the change, but ii
played a significant role, for P
1 eversed the process. Here was .<
summer hotel, where the mosr
I famous non-Jews liked to come
1 although the guests picdomin;intly
I weix", Jew ish .and the cuisine was
10 jiercent Jewish.
There was no distinction math
! between the Jewish and the m>n>-
lewish guests. The only rule was
; that all had to cat kosher ami tbi
kosher establishment got mom
visitors from all parts of America
than any other resort. Seme 50'.-
I '10ft a year come, it now stretches
over 1,000 acres and has its own
airport and even its own police
and firemen. It is as Jewish a*
Tel Aviv. Even Litvaks like fi>
come there, although the Grossinu-
rs are Galit/.ianer.
Jennie was a little girl of eight
when her family came to Americw
Her father got work as a picsser
in the garment trade, and littli
Jennie herself at the age of eleven
was already working in the gar-
ment trade, sewing buttons. The*,
her father took sick and the doc-
< 'mi tin licit on l'agr X-C
The Greater Miami Jewish Cem-
etery has elected Congregation
3e'.h El president Hyman Chab-
ner as president for the 12th
consecutive year. The assccirt-
:ion is a non-profit charitable
organization providing care and
a final testing place for the indi-
gent
Mrs. Ada Soling, a successful
businesswoman of New York j
City for the past 35 years and
a well-known philanthropist j
who now devotes her time and
effort to Hadassah and Israel,
will sponsor the "Founders Day
Luncheon" of the Eddie Cantor
Group of Hadassah Thursday.
Dec. 21, at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
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Friday, December 8,
10-7
American Savings Dedicates Main Office
?:are Comptro'.'.er Fred O. Dick- ert Goodman were among digni-
ens. Congressman Claude Pepper taries taking part in ceremontoi
and Miami Beach Vice Mayor Rob I dedicating the new main office of
mo**is UOAD
SHIFAKD UtOAD
Rabbi Narot Reviewing
'Oh, Jerusalem' Tuesday
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot will re-
view Oh. Jerusalem." a non-
fiction account of the 1947 battle
i for possession of that city by Larry'
' Collins and Dominique LaPierre.
during the brunch-review sponsor-
cd by the Sisterhood of Temple
Israel at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the
temple.
Reservations for the event, sec-
ond in a series, may be made by
calling Mrs. Hyman Charney or
the temple office. Arrangements
ochairmen are Mrs. William H.
Lee and Mrs. Julian Sincoff.
American Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation at the corner of Washing-
ton Ave. and Lincoln Rd.
Bill Smith. \VKAT program di-
rector, moderated a panel disrus-
sion by the officeholders before a
larse crowd gathered in front of
the Lincoln Rd. entrance.
Mayor Shepard Broad of Bay
Harbor Islands, chairman of the
board of American Savings, and
president Morris N Broad took
part in the dedication. The sav-
ins; and loan association cele-
brated its 22nd anniversary last
September, and has assets of more
than $210 million.
Branches have been opened at
the comer of Lincoln Rd. and Al-
ton Rd.. at the corner of 71st St.
and Collins Ave. and in the Gait
Shopping Plaza in Fort Lauder-
dale.
In a joint statement. Morris and
Shepard Broad said "We feel we
have accomplished our objective.
In creating a building of architec-
tural simplicity and dignity we
can serve comfortably the fine
people of this community who have
honored us as a repository of their
savings or as the source of home
mortgage financing."
They said the "remarkable
growth, symbolized by this edifice,
stands as a tangible tribute to the
faith and confidence that the citi-
zens of Miami Beach have placed
in us.'"
Here is the new main office of American Savings and Loan
Association at the comer of Lincoln Road and Washington
Avenue in Miami Beach. Yaros Associates designed the en-
larged and remodeled building. _________^^^
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CARIH Chapter Meetings Set
Gift of Life Chapter of CARIH
will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday at
Lade Federal Savings & Loan
Association. Kendall Drive at
U. S. 1. The program will include
a personal bazaar. The public is
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Plan Marriage
Mr. and Mrs. Iva Kap'.in of 13700
NE 6th Ave.. have announced the
engagement and forthcoming mar-
riage of their daughter Louise Mi-
riam to Dr. Benjamin Center.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and
earned a B.A. degree at the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Her fiance, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry' Center, is a professor
at Barrv College.
Following their marriage on
Dec. 24 at Temple Israel, and a
honeymoon in the Bahamas, the
couple will live at Aventura in
M".ami.
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money
The offer is a Royal Vienna Gourmet 1 'A quart saucepan as our
gift to you for opening a savings or checking account in the amount
of $200.00 or more or adding to your existing savings account in
the amount of $200.00 or more.
Royal Vienna Gourmet Cookware is the way to prepare meals fit
for a king. Made of iron, its unique pattern is deep baked into a
porcelain enamel covering. Edges are rimmed with stainless steel
to prevent chipping. Royal Vienna Gourmet Cookware moves
regally from refrigerator ... to range ... to your table. The entire-
set is available only through the Money People ... at Miami
National Bank. Come in for your free saucepan and see the
complete Panfastic display.
With each additional $50.00 deposit or more you may buy any
other piece at the special reduced price shown below:
Suggested
Your Price Retail Valua
114 quart covered saucepan ...................... $6.95* $9.00
10 inch covered skillet .............................. 9.00* 12.00
5 quart covered Dutch oven ...................... 9.45" 14.00
8 inch covered skillet ................................ 6.95* 9.00
2 quart covered saucepan .......................... 7.45* 11.00
* plus tax
the free One This Royal Vienna Gourmet 1 Vz quart saucepan
is yours free when you open a savings or checking account for $200.00
or more or add $200.00 or more to your existing savings account. Only
one free saucepan per depositor. You will also receive a Privilege
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Friday, December 8. 1972
Jennie Grossinger Made History Two More Stakes Events At Flagler
{-J *f BotwoiMi now ami Ira Jan. .' i semi-final round on Sa
( on I i iiimiI from Page ">-('
tor advised thai he move to the
country. So the., bought a little
run-down farm in the Catskill
Mountains. To help along with ex-
penses, they took in boarders.
It is often asked how did the
early Jewish immigrants live when
they first came to America. In
those days, there was no welfare,
and the charitable organizations
could offer little help. What the
immigrants mostly did, was to
take in boarders.
The boarders, of course, didn't
have any money lo speak of; if
they didn't, they could take in
other boarders and in some com-
plex way which baffled analysis,
they managed to survive.
Anyway, the little Qrosslngor
combination farm-boarding house,
more and more accented the board-
ing house feature and began to
gn >w.
Jennie Grossinger's Jewishness
helped it along. She read in the
paper an item about Barney Ross,
the prize fighter, refusing to eat
non-Kosher food. Jennie didn't
care at all for prize fighting, but
she liked his attitude about Kosher
food, so she wrote Barney a letter
inviting him to stay at her hotel
while he was training.
Grossingara began to get a name
Greetings To The
Jewish Community
ROSE SEPTIC
TANK CO., INC.
8295 N.W. 93rd St.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Medley, Florida
Phone: 887-5394
DRAKE
PROPERTIES,
INC.
Harold Sehres
and family
200 W. 21st STREET
HIALEAH
Phone TU 5-3831
Best Wishes From
LEVITZ
Palmetto X-way at
N.W. 12th Avenue
Where the Sunshine State
Parkway Begins
A Happy Holiday to All .
HANDELL
PRINTING CORP.
290 N.E. 71st Street
Phone 754-8657
H. Handelsman, President
Compliments of
JERRY METZ
.1 A It AI I O
WltE < KIKS
949-2277
2065 N.E. 151st ST.
North Miami Beach
as a training ground for fighters
and sportsmen. Then ai lists, writ-
ers, showmen celebrities "f all
kinds. Jewish and non-Jewish be-
an to come to Grossingers. There
one might find Cardinal Gibbons
eating biintzea, or the King of
Belgium having a plate of borscht.
Of course, prominent Jews als<5
came. Baron Kdmond do Roths-
child came and praised the latkes.
The Writer recalls interviewing
Jennie some thirty years back.
Jennie then recalled her earlier
days. As a young woman, she was
once standing over the washboard
doing the laundry when a bolt of
lightning struck and she thought
her end was near.
She liked to recall those days
as if she had been a slave in the
land of Egypt. She never forgot
her Jewish roots.
Dr. Chaim Weizmann would like
to relax at her place and Jennie
refused to accept any payment
from him and also insisted on
[laying for any telegrams or ex-
penses he incurred for Zionist
work.
But you didn't have to be a
Camp Mountain Lake's
Annual Reunion Dec. 17
Al and Nanette Savage, owners
and operators of Camp Mountain
Lake in Hendersonville. N.C.. will
host the camp's annual reunion i
Sunday, Dec. 17, at Tonys Fish |
Market. 79th St. Causeway. Miami
Beach. Campers, prospective camp-
its. parents, friends and staff
members are invited to join in the i
holiday festivities.
Prospective campers ages 5-16,
and their parents are invited to at-
tend a special orientation session '
at noon and then stay on to meet .
nany of the staff and old-time
campers for the party from 1 to 4
p.m. A bullet luncheon will be
served: musi-j, films and slides of
former camping years will also
be featui i d.
celebrity t<> enlist her interest. A
social worker once called her con-
reining a young woman who
needed some place to convalesce,
but, as a refugee, had no money.
Send her along said Jennie.
She had a smile for all. but she
diil not go overboard. She seemed
a kindly Jewish mother or sister.
"Be yourself and you will be'
great."said Kmcrson.
Jennie Grossinger was herself.
Queen Elizabeth 2 Readies
For First Voyage To Israel
The Queen Kli/abeth 2, flagship
of the Cunard Lines, is being
icadied for her first voyage to
Israel in the spring. All of the
many improvements, including the
enlarged Kosher facilities, will be
completed when the ship leaves
Southampton on April 15 for the
first of two 14-day cruises to-
Israel.
Space is still available, but a
j spojDMIltM for Assured Travel of
| Worcester, Mass., advises that res-
ervations must be made quickly to |
assure a good choice of accommo- |
dations for the Passover and 25th
Anniversary Cruises.
Boy Harbor Bank To Join
Barnett Florida Group
Construction will begin Feb. 1
on a new building for the First
National Bank of Bay Harbor Is-
lands, which will become an affili-
ate of Barnett Banks of Florida.
Inc.. follow inn approval by regula-
toi ies agencies.
Announcement of 'he affiliation
was made hv Morris N. Broad
chairman of the board and presi-
dent of the Bay Harbor Islands
bank and by Guy W. Botts. presi- !
dent of the Barnett Banks Holding |
Co. Assets of the new affiliate,
sixth in the Barnett group in Dade |
Count v. except I S27 million.
Between now and its Jan.
closing, Flagler Kennel Club has
two more stakes events on the
busy racing schedule. The first to
start, on Saturday, is the S10.000
Tom Benner Memorial over Flag-
ler's longest course, the super
marathon.
In addition to the first qimlify-
Ine'rdunt! Safhro'h'y. there will lie
i semi-final roun I on Sal
">cc. lfi, with the finals s\u-
Dec. 23.
The second of the major
events is also a $".0.00.1 aft
the Flagler Derby. EBmi
contests for the 5-lBths stai
set for Dec. 20, 23, 27. 30 ai
3. : ...
day.
Bd for
itakes
dr
ration
are
Jan.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
J. S. BLAIN
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
REAL ESTATE
Selling Southern Florida for the Past 45 Years
807 OLYMPIA BLDG. Dial 373-3255
To All A Most Happy Holiday
MILLER MACHINERY AND SUPPLY CO.
127 N.E. 27th Street Phone 573-1300
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
MIAMI BEACH ANIMAL HOSPITAL
DR. STANLEY WASMAN
1929 Purdy Avenue, Miami Beach 534-2156
A Happy Holiday to All .
FARGO-ANCHOR MOVING & STORAGE INC.
301 N.E. 59th Street
Phone 759-1684
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
DR. LOUIE'S UPHOLSTERY SHOP
7835 N.W. 36th AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 691-7991
Season's Greetings
MIAMI SPRAY CO.
1201 OPA-LOCKA BLVD.
OPA-LOCKA, FLORIDA
685-1521
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Wholesale Fruit and Vegetables
CY'S PROOICE COMPANY* MNC
1200 N.W. 22nd STREET Ph. 379-2796
jUr. and Best Wishes For
A Happy Holiday
A Happy Holiday to All .
V0LPE TOURS
.502 Washington Avenue
Ph. 532-7326
O CALL US FIRST
Miami Beach
c
A Happy Holiday to All .
CRESCENT FRAMING CO.
Wholesale and Manufacturers
1922 N.E. 151st Street, N. Miami Beach, Fla. 33162
Phone: 305 949-3002
Mouldings Framed Pictures Imported Frames
Custom Framing Glass Mirrors
JA
MACKS CYCLE SHOP
SCHWIISN BICYCLES
On Sunset Drive 1 Block West of U.S. No. 1
5995 SUNSET DRIVE, SOUTH MIAMI
OVER 500 WE CARRY A FULL LINE
BIKES IN STOCK OF ADULT BICYCLES
Phone 661-8363
SALES REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES
A Happy Holiday to All .
MID-CITY RADIO & T V SHOP
(Under New Ownership)
Complete Line of Records, Tapes and Cassettes
Three Month Guarantee on Work Done By Us!
9713 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida Phone 757-761;
A Happy Holiday to All .
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MIAMI BEACH OPTICAL CENTER, c
BAvm rnnuiMt.
1ST) WASHINGTON AVENUE
MUM BEACH
OPTICIAN
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A Happy Holiday to All .
COMMl MTY FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN
801 Hialeah Drive, Hialeah
Phone 887-5511
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[oeono Highland Camps
lelebrating 38th Season
iln- niiiiw Ta 31 Tw"Year-Olds Nominated For Saturday's Handicap
Meet Friday
keg
ion
are
an.
isor
ild:
imp
Ifoim
for
l-ll.Tl.'
rstre
lure
Highland Camps, located
tear! <>i the Ix-autiful Po-
Mountains of Northeastern
j .niiia at Marshal Is Creek.
- Tit Is icceprJng new camper
(rations from the Miami and
< : orkia community.
amp is celebrating its 38th
>f outstanding service to
under the direction of its
iiu ners, Mrs. Karle U.
rg, Louis P. Weinbwg and
lert J. Weinberg.
.1 i itiomvide enrollment of
. Pocor.o Highlands has be-
po(Hi!ar vacation paradise
i ICO Miami children every
. The camp philosophy.
!>.' a combination of strue-
pro^rams and selective
hoi which recognize the par-
cute: interests of every child."
u le ii a favorite of campers.
An iten ational staff of coun-
elor affording a personalized pro-
ram ith individual clinic instrue-
nd separata facilities for
,d girls have enhanced the
reputation over the years.
amps ana situated 83 mile--
New York City and 90
orth of Philadelphia. Round
transportation is included
amp fee.
10 Highlands facilities, to-
25 acres include a spring
Ural lake with a two mile
Bhore. ne and white sand beach;
ine weather illuminated ton-
is co tsj a nine hole golf course;
ITT rxloor regulation Brunswick
HcHdc
1-
reetings From
ORANGE MOTORS
of Miami, Inc.
I G-A'J5TIN HEALY-
JAG.AR-VOLVO -PORSCHE
Phona 576-2000
f 00 N W. 36th Street
A fi: ppy Holiday to All .
Dr. Israel's
Health Shoe Inc.
: 65 Michigan Avenue
(off the Mall)
Miami Beach
Tel. 538-3031
lo -Jay Greetings To All ..
_ MIAMI
PROPELLER
SERVICE INC.
2051 N.W.I lth Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 643-1313
Happy Holiday to All .
HAROLD'S GARAGE
Specializing In
Volkswagen Repairs
CARS TRUCKS
STATION WAGONS
b'ication. oil change., to com-
plete engine, transmission and
irent end overhaul. 661 -6931
JW Commerce Lane, S. Miami
bowling lanes; nine baseball fields;
eight indoor and outdoor basket-
ball court! and a regulation size
football and soccer field. In addi-
tion a ham ra(,'io and pjioto-iaphy
center ls included among the
camps fourteen indoor facilities.
Highlights of the program em-
phasize tennis, under the direction
Ol the well known Florida pro.
Lorry Gregory and eight assist-
ants; waterskiing, with three new
speedboats and a professional 39
foot ski jumping ramp; English
and Western riding on seven miles !
of trails; theater workshop. Ka-'
rate, fencing and rocketry pro-
grams are taught as well.
Pocono Highland Camps is an i
active member of the American
Camping Association and the As-
sociation of Private Camps.
Camper enrollment Ls limited
to 150 girls and 150 boys ages five
to 17, with waiter and counselor-,
iU-ti aining programs available. The j
directors have a Miami office and |
local n presentative Mrs. Jack
Davis, 11042 Paradela, Coral !
Gables. The winter office Ls lo-
cated at 6528 Caster Ave. Phila-
delphia, Penn. 19149.
The camp is holding its annual
Miami reunion Saturday from 1
to 4 p.m. at the Luau Restaurant.
79th Street Causeway. Miami
Beach, and new camper prospects
are invited to attend.
Chaiiukah Parties
Held For Seniors
At Hebrew Home
Memlx crans Auxiliary 402 will host a I
Chanukah party for residents of
the Miami Beach Hebrew Home
for the Aged Thursday. Children
of ihe Leroy Felnbera elementary
'chool will entertain the resident-
Dec. 21 as a holiday season of i
festivities continues.
A monthly birthday party for
residents will be given Dee. 28 by
Mrs. Dorothy Singer, director of
volunteers, and her staff.
The Fife sons ol Israel spon-
sored a Chanukah party this week:
earlier affairs were hosted by the
Temple Beth Am Youth Council
Uld various other community or-
ganizations and auxiliaries of the,
Hebrew Home for the Aged.
One party feted Goldie Stein on
her 80th birthday. Mrs. Ida Kos-
toff, president of the ladies' aux-|
iliary. Leonard Zilbert. president,
and Sidney Siegel. executive vice
Dresidenl of the non-profit nursing
and convalescent home, coordi-
nated plans for the various parties
librarians of the synagogues, re-
ligion- schools, ami day schools of
the area and librarians of the Ccn-'
tin 1 Agency for Jewish Education |
wllj meet Friday at 1 p.m. at the
Central Agency for Jewish Educa-
tion.
The second regional meeting of
the National Association of Jewish |
Libraries will be under the chair- !
manship of Mrs. Margol Berman, |
librarian of Temple Beth Am and
organizer of the group.
The librarians will devote the
major portion of the meeting to;
the topic of "Systems of Library
Classification" and will examine
the relationship of the Deuey sys-
tem and the Library of Congress;
system to Jewish holdings.
In addition, a |>ortion of the
meeting will be reserved for a
"Problem Clinic-' for issues raised
by the librarians.
Among the areas that will be
explored at future meetings will!
be interlibrary relationships, the
library as a resource center for
the schools, multi-media holdings.
specialized collections, the role of
the library of the Central Agency
lor Jewish Education, sources of
Jewish secular books, and affilia-
tion with the National Association
of Jewish Libraries.
The library of the Central Agen-
cy for Jewish Education is involv- j
ed in a number of projects, includ-
Ing expansion of the pariodtsal de-'
partment. production of tape- in ;
all areas of Judaica. procurement
of a complete film atrip and film
library, and coordinating material
from other Jewish community;
agencies.
Mrs. Lillian Ross serves as edu-
cational librarian of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education; Mrs.
Rita Gold serves as library secre-
tary.
Lodge Members To
Visit Hillel At U M
More than 200 parsons will par-
ticipate in a 10 a.m. pilgrimage i
Sunday to the University of Mi-
ami's Hillel Jewish Center under |
the auspices of Judea Lodge 2855, I
B'nai B'rith.
Rabbi Stanley Ringler will de-
scribe efforts made by the Hillel
Jewish Center to eliminate drug
addiction among the students, aid
drop-outs and prevent Jewish con-
version into Christianity by the
"freak" movements.
The committee in charge in-
cludes Col. Nathaniel H. Kutcher,
chairman; Abe Ptachik. treasurer;
Philip Levine, Magnus Upton, Dr.
Murray Frogel. Herman Bernard,
Ben Kutcher. Harris Goldman and
Dan Po|>ek.
The S20.000 added James H.
Bright Handicap, a race for two-
.var-ulds with Florida-bred cre-
dentials, is the Saturday feature
.ace at Tropical Park. Thirty-one
tons and daughters of the Sun-,
hine State have been nominated
to this middle distanct test of l-l
nile and 70 yards.
Tropical Park's meeting is be-
'Drug Overdose' Is Topic
"Drug Overdose" will be the
topic of a talk by Dr. Joel Mann,
lenal specialist, at the regular |
meeting of the American Associa-
tion of Critical Care Nurses at
7:.T0 p.m. Wednesday in the Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital.
ing conducted at Calder Race
Course, located at the junction of
NW 27th Avenue and Broward-
Dade County Line Road. Calder
Race Course may be reached via
Highway 441 to County Line Road
or the Palmetto Expressway to
NW 27th 'Avenue north. Racing is
held six afternoons each week with ,
first race |>ost time at 1:15 p.m.
Home Made Goodies
B'nai B'rith Women. Harmony
Chapter, will meet Tuesday noon
in the Jefferson National Bank,
301 Arthur Godfrey Rd. Donor
credit will be given for home made
cakes and cookies and hand sewn
articles sold at the gathering.
A Happy Holiday to All .
Eitan Kassel and Yoav Moshe
"Prompt Day and Night Service" PLUMBING CONTRACTORS
FOR SALES, SERVICE or REPAIRS -Phone PL 7-0606
McCORMICK-BOYETT PLUMBING COMPANY
7424 N.E. 2nd Avenue
RAY SMITH
WISHES ALL HIS FRIENDS
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
MANNCRAFT EXHIBITS and DISPLAYS INC.
720 ALTON ROAD Phone 672-5531
Miami Beach, Florida
A Happy Holiday to All .
THE LIGHTING CENTER
8501 N.W. 7th Avenue
757-9511
A Happy Holiday to All .
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
10777 N.W. 36th AVENUE
Phone 688-8615
-:- -:- HOLIDAY GREETING -:- -:-
TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
SHOP-RITE DISCOUNT STORES, INC.
524 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD
MIAMI BEACH 531-6811
"Why Pay More?"
A Happy Holiday to All .
PUB RESTAURANT
at the RONEY
2303 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH 532-3353
PUB RESTAURANT
at the NEWPORT HOTEL
16701 COLLINS AVENUE 949-7433
A Happy Holiday to All .
HURRICANE HARBOR RESTAURANT
KEY BISCAYNE, FLORIDA
"A SNUG PLACE TO DINE"
24 CRANDON BOULEVARD
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 361-2211
A Happy Holiday to All .
National Freezers, Inc.
A Happy Holiday to All .
ALL TRAVEL INC.
1777 S.W. 3rd AVENUE Phone 854-0633
A Happy Holiday to All .
MIAMI SHORES TYPEWRITER CO. INC.
330 N.E. 167th St., North Miami Beach
Phone 944-4119
A Happy Holiday to Al! .
M & M OFFICE SUPPLY
1404 20th Street, Miami Beach
Phone 538-3701
A Happy Holiday to All .
MIAMI SPRINGS HEALTH STUDIO
41 Curtiss Parkway, Miami Springs 885-4146


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Friday. December 8. 1972
Marvin (Mike) Cooper, (left) presents State of Israel Atzmaut-
Independence Award to Mr. and Mrs. Abe Durbin at the
Temple Solel Israel Dinner of State held in the Emerald
Hills Country Club. Mr. and Mrs. Alan N. Roaman were
chairmen of the congregation's dinner and dance in behali
of Israel Bonds, celebrating Israel's forthcoming 25th anni-
/ersary of independence. Mr. Cooper, an officer of Temple
Beth Sholom, is a member of the Israel Bands board of
governors.
The Southeastern Florida Region, Women's American ORT,
honored 682 of its 5,000 members who had achieved honor
roll status at its recent luncheon and fashion show in the
Doral Beach Hotel. Local ORT members modeled fashions
around the world designed and made by students in ORT
schools; also featured were fashions and accessories by
Saks Fifth Avenue, Miami Beach. The luncheon committee
included Mrs. Fritzie Leit (standing, left) who was in charge
of seating, and Mrs. Joel Lack, (standing, right) honor roll
vice president and chairman of the event. From left, seated,
are Miss Elaine Simmons, coordinator from Saks Fifth Ave-
nue; Mrs. Jack Seligson, fashion commentator, and Mrs.
Gladys Gelb, ORT fashion coordinator.
The luncheon and card party hosted by Mrs. Rubin Offen-
bach (center) at her South Miami home was a benefit for
the South Dade Hebrew Academy. Her guests included
Mrs. Alvin Burger (left) and Mrs. Michael Salomon,,
A capacity audience of 3,000 attended the
recent 129th birthday celebration of Inter-
national B'nai B'rith at the Deauville Hotel.
Shown above are dignitaries who partici-
pated in the program, (from left to right)
Malcolm Fromberg, first vice president, Flor-
ida State Association of B'nai B'rith Lodges;
Samuel Pascoe, immediate past president
Florida State Association and member of
board of governors District 5, B'nai B'rith;
Gecrge Kotin, president Maccabee Lodge
and associate chairman; Herman Nudelman,
general chairman and president of Freedom
Lodge; Mrs. Arthur Horwitz, president Dis-
trict 5, B'nai B'rith Women, main speaker of
the evening; Bernard Austein, associate
chairman and past president of Freedom
Lodge, and Judge Howard Neu, presider.'.
of B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida
Lodges.
Threats of interment in concentration camps
ended last week for four Asian brothers
when they arrived in Miami under the aus-
pices of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's Refugee Resettlement Program. The
recent political turmoil in Uganda was aim-
ed at the Asian minority who were faced
with incarceration if they didn't leave their
homeland. Shown above (from left) are Rob-
ert Russell, Federation president; the four
Alibha brothers and Myron J. Brodie, Fed
oration's associate executive vice presides1
who joined the emotional airport welcome.
Over 300 persons gathered in the 100 Lin-
coln Road Club Room for a recent celebra-
tion of the 91st birthday of Dr. Abraham
Wolfson, sponsored by Miami Beach B'nai
B'rith Lodge 1591. From left to right are
Sidney Rockwell, president-elect; Irving
Schatzman, Luncheon Club cochairman'
Moe Reiffen, Miami Beach Lodge president.
Dr. Wolfson, Gershon Miller, Luncheon Club
chairman, and Samuel Pascoe, honorary
lodge life president.
Second Helpings Kosher Caterers
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Assorted Platters
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December 8. 1972
"pJemsfi tturMtbrrt
Page 11-C
M EIC H E L S
by Mm BARACH
. :. favorftc r*Itip from m\ dad. who among hi- many
ril,. ilcnts. is a bit of an amateur chef. This i- a hearty, filling.
dish Uiai is per/eel for this blu.-.tcn time u yeai
** koman beef m\--' ** *--
i 15 oz. ran spaghetti sauce
i' stalks :eler>'
". arrots
(i medium red potal es
IEGAL NOTICE
UGAL NOTICE
IEGAI NOTICE
I
i i-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5796
FRANK B. DOWLINC.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: K-i.ii, nf
Eilll. a RElNliiEK
I ,- < (1
To AH "I ..1:1..--- -,. 1 All [', -..,,. Hiiv.
..... Ill I '( lllnll.ls AKitlllKt Sllid
EnUlt.
you w<' luwwbji jr*'""iLnr-1 j-owtiwii
I'i....." HI PI nhll i.m.....i- I.
FICTITIOUS NAME
The underalgned Intend in rcgl*ter
ill.- fictitious name if MIAMI TREE
SERVICE AND LAXDHCAPINB
ii.wiii -\i. voinc:
MARTIN FRADY
12 R-ir.-2S.2ll
:
boneless chuck
oil
(an mushrooms
diced onions
n pepper
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-24668
*|OTICb BY PUBLICATION
IF. THK MAURI \ WABTRAI ii li i:xTi:z\.\i. n I. n
1 cup water
salt
i
which you mas have ngnlnal Hi
talc of EJIII. RHINIUER det-Heneri THCDY ENTEZAM.
late ..r haii.' County, Ploi iln, to ihe
County Judgev nf 11.1 '. County, and
file the sain.- in ilni.li. i:, ..,.1 ;,s nrn-
\ iil-.l m K.. [ion : pti i lil:i stnt-
ui i -. in Ihelr off. iuiil >
' '..mill, an-.- in Dude County, Plorldn,
%. 11 i six calendar month* fi.....I Hi
red dry wine
( ;-, meal into 1-inch cubes. Brown in oil In heavy pot. Add
the <\ onions, Rreen pepper cut into strips, and saute until
tendi / Add wine, spaghetti sauce, carrots, celery "cut into
chunk-'. Add the cup of water. Cover and simmer until beef is
lenrti Add sail to taste. One-half hour before it is finished, add
> I potatoes which have been cut in half. Makes eight generous
time of Hi.
in tin- Baltic
P< Mlil.ll.-r.
ami
KIZAMCDDIN A RXTEZAM,
Kes|.....deal
VOC, NIKAMCDDIX A. ENTEZAM,
Respondent, ARE HEREBY NUTl-
PIED lo ill. your written defense la
'..i-'m publii-1."ti.. "i" hereof thl divorce with the Court'* Clerk ami
rt ill i.f bam il
rvc a ni|i\ upon Plaintiff* Attor-
!
Dated in Miami. Florida, thin rtrh ">- yon ZAMFT A smith 1312 ":''
lay ..I' P., A 1> 1972 Capital Hank 'r.lUc Miami. Plorldn "'>"
QERTHCD RBtXIflER
As Executrix
I-'i.si pul.H. aii.m ..r thin notice on
ili. 8 day of December. 1971.
KWIT.VKV KRI M ip
Attorney for
UKRTRCD BETN'IOER, Exweutrig
420 Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach, Plorldn
1- B-15-22-29
111. 12 .lav of January.
Complaint will he taken
in- befor
;:?::. else thi
,1s COllf.SS.-'l
DATED: December I. 1972,
E. 11 I.KATIIKRMAX. Clerk
BY: R. -M. KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
H 'ii .-uit Court Beall
is H-ia-aa-aw
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. 72-24770
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE:
ARMIXDO RANCHES,
HuHbmid
ami
n IXCEPCH N RANCHES!,
Wife
Ti i; i ',.ii.-.-i..i..ii Bimchei
No. J-". Pcrlll del Sill Sir. el
Kepnrto Plamingn
Bnyamon, I'm rto Rli ......U9
V(.r ARK IIEIIEIIY NOTIFIED
' Dial an action for I HkmiIuII......I Mar-
riage has been filed iiguinat you and
.u iiri required In nerve n cops
With expert guidance these young Israeli students
learn agricultural skills at the Klar Batya Bessie Gots-
feid Children's Village and Farm School located at
Raanana, ajpd sponsored by the Mizrachi Women's
Organization of America. The school, now marking its
25th anniversary, offers various programs in voca-
tional training to more than 600 students from 25 na-
tions.
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. 72-19386
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The MniTlHK. ul
JAMES RODDERS.
HUKlmnd.
ami
UI.SA C, lt< IDHERS.
U If.
'I'i >: JAM KS ROIK1ER8
324 EuhI \\ liter Street
Sli|i|i rv II". U. I'. inisi Ivnnin
Vul' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thill an a.-tinii for Devolution of Mnr ynu iiri required lo nervi
ri.ua- has been riletl iignhisi h-u und your wrllten defen cb, II any, lo u ni
you ore required to aervi n copy ..r MAX A. UOI.DFAHI
your written il.-ii.n--.-. If miy. to ii
DAVID B. JAVITS, at tomes for I'.n- PlnBler Snarl. : ""
lloner, whose ml.lr.ss is Mill X.W Plorldn R3I8. ami flu
I.Hi Avenue, Miami. Plorldn ::::!:-. will' Ihe clerk of the i.....v
..ml rile the nriL'liinl with Ihe clerk m uri on or licfore Juiiuar) i
the Rbove Btyled court on or before ..ilioruis. u default will I
-i.iiiu.irv 12, 1973: otharwim a defauli luraliiat you for ihe rellel rtcmanaen
will be entered nRalnai y.ni for the in the i-omnlalnt or iH-lltlon.
relief demanded In the complaint oi Tliis notice shall be i.ul.lisii.-.i oih
netlllon. each week for four conjecutlve weekn
This notice -liall be i.ulilish.'.l .,11......THEJEWfRH l'l 'l.ll'l -V N
eneh week for four conwcutlve week- WITNESS nu hand and the Ben
in Till-: .n:\VISII PI.ORIDIAN. wild lOU'l at Miami. Horlila on tins 4
WITNESS my hand and the seal of .lay of December. I
mid.......i in Mlam1 PlnrMn nn thl
5 day oi December, 1972.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-6082
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
iii UE: i: ii.....f
KSTHKIt K. ROSENSTEIN
Dec. .i-.-.1
To All iittl"i'-- nml v I Perwiim HnUf
iny Clalmi "i In in. ih AKiilnvt .--iflt
ICsiate:
i lUlrod lo |ir.-si ni an) 'Jaun- and itl.-mds wnii-li yob may le... *" at:. ;n*t
Hi.- eatate .( KRTHER K ROSEN-
RTEIN, 'l.....s.-.i kite of Bade Coun-
'y, Florida, lo ihe Count) JuilKes nf
I >,ul. County, and file the Kami in
duplicate ami .i- provided 111 Heel.....
Plorldn Rlaiulex, In Ihelr of-
ffcen in tli. Counly Courthoune in
Bnile Couniy. Plorldn, within si\ cul-
-inl.-ir m..mils ii-..in ihe time of the
flra! publicatiol hereof, or the .-..in.-
Will '.. I..in. .1
Bated at .Miami. Plorldn, iliis 1st
if December, A Ir 1972
ABE RORENRTBIN
HERMAN KAIIN
As ('i-i:\.-i-uli.rs
Firal publication of this notice on
Hi.- X .lay of 11......mi.er. 1972.
Kl'KT WKI.I.ISi'H
ah.nii.y for Eatate of
HHTHER K. la)8EN8TEIN
l i T Almerla Avenue
oral Uablea, Plorldn 33134
12 S-15-2S-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the umlei-sinnt-.l. d.-s-iriiiK in engage in
liu.sin.ss under the flctlllou" name of
TROPIC PAIR APARTMENTS ul SdO.
Tiiii sin-i-i. Miami la.i.li. Florida In-
tend in rearlnler mild name wiih the
t'lerk of in.- Circuit Court of Dada
i 'outllj l-"|..ri.l:i
HENRY U II.K
SARAH \\ II.K
NK1.RON A: PEI DilAN. P.A
AI lorn. > h fur iipplleanii.
1 i:r, Kane i Joncourw
..I... mi. Pin. -:' I
12 K-l.".-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DADE,
FLORIDA CASE NO. 72-24785
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN RE TO i: MARHIAUE DP
"'-.....;' I., "u '., KARI-H. VOX HAI.I.E, HISBAXD.
IU loner, li"-- addresN Ih i.' w.-i Am I "'la n in' -I. VOX HAI.I.E.
hi.
ih.
Miami.
i.i i-_'iiial
Htyled
. illered
O. B LEATHERMAN.
As I'l.-ik. I'ir. ii.i Dnde Cmmty, Florida
By C. P. POPW1.AND
As Deputy CI. 11.
icireuli Coun Heal)
DAVID II. J.W'ITS
i in I v \v. it i ii Avenue
Miami. Florida 33I2S 1833-97131
1 Attorney for Petitioner
12 H-I.-I-
K B iE IfHFIPI XV.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dude i 'oUlliy. I'Ti.i '"'
Uj P i nl'KI.ANl'
A- I i in y I'll ii.
(Circuit Court Benl)
MAX -\ HOI .DPARIt
All..in.a for I'llilioiler ........
WIFE.
Vi ii'. in.M.ih.. .1 Von Hall. i. -i.l-
iin; ..i 212 Dul'oiil Avenue, New burgh.
New N ork I235n, lire 11 ana 'I I" file
an Answ.-r lo tile Petition For Mar-
rlnge I nssoluiioii iili Ihe t'lerk ol iliis
Court nnd nerve a .-o|.\ ih.-e. ( main
.1. C. I.auss.l. 177m 11 \\ Flaglcr
Sir.-.i. .Miami. Florida 33I3.1, your
nusi.iin.ls lawyer, not Inter thnn Jan.
1^'. 1873, ntherwlnt Befuull "ill be u-
l.-r.'il imainsl you.
I lnl.il; 4 In. inli.l. 1972, Mi;.mi.
Florida.
.. r. LEATHERMAN Clerk
UY: R. 11 l< IS8EE
I ii am > Clerk, ir. un i 'ourl
ii'ii-i-uli Court Benl)
12 S-1J-22-BS
bituarits
31"
at,
ob
cry
EVINS0N
mi. ir it in.':, iil.isii.. Av.-
"oriil tlnblex, pnnncd awaj T'u.--
ii. .-..ni.- here 21 yoar ago
I.m n.h York. He was chnlrman
U i.is nf Flngler, Daae, nnd
linn VI. in..rial I'arks in Miiillli. ami
-i i i nnd sli.-rivoi.il Memorial
Atlanta, On : alno rhalr-
ihe ii..iinl of Eureka Me-
|rialv, luenrpnrnted of Mlnnil,
ml" i i Rhuloin l....li;. B'nul
Hut. i-ili Davi.l Congregation:
fi .in.. ior nf Bouthcm Cemetei i
|tiiMi \ lee prefddeni of
I ......l. > AsM..lalioli.
I Hi.- National Aaanctnllnn
1 11. Burvli .-.I lo wife
ith) ii -rii.an.is of Miami.
Mrs. Ilarl.ara (Inindateln.
in-ill. r Mrs Jennie I evln-
iiiinl. anil man.Is.ni- Mallli.n
.mil David Orundnteln
;.l II a.m T'lillls.l:. .
i-i.l.". 1717 s \v :: h
i i nieiil Mount Nebo
In li. a of flowi I-. fain-
ilouaiiug Ui ii..- Mhiml
Ihe National Children')!
Piliil
SARAVIS. Mux. B7, nl All.....Ic lily
I evil I.
SCHINDLER. David II *S, nf Miami
Kii .-i si.I.-
BERGMAN. I...III- 71. ..I II.........an
Dr Blindierg,
DENTEL. Mrs. Rose lOls.n. s". nl ';.'.
Waxhlngton Av.-. I.evltt
FELD. X.iilian. 83, of Miami Beach.
Klvi n i.i-
KRASSNER. Mr- li.ssi.. 7v nf S8IMT
'..llnis Ai-.-. I.evill.
M *" "!. 7".. of N. Bay Village,
Riveraide.
W .........I'.a I'. II. "f Miami.
Rlvemide
CRUVANT. Sol. 7'.'. ..I l"ls". Collins
A.. Rlvemide. ___________
iegalTjotke
1
I. 7.'. of 17'.ii N"E
., i u
ERG. Kveli ii 71 ..I 3xn| I'.'l
l:ias|.rn
5ERG. .lean, i.7 .a 7-..'.n Hani-
llho.l.vrg
'Z. Nellie, .17. of K33II liir..n
'0. KiliMinl, ..::. of New
i
-.....i I2.'.9(l NE inlli
.- ul I ;-. I ,-m.\ Ave
iS. I ili 7-, ,,|- 71;. Kuclill
Helen R., 7s. .a Minim
u milnn. r.7, ..r Miami
la-ni
Harry, ...... ,,i Miami.
'Hi -7 Of Miami.
a Miami IV ... -ii
iti i in. in Klar ol I 'in Id.
1 "I I lolly u......
k.Mis Irene T 117, of
ii liii.-riu.Mi1 Mi
- '-i Miami Bench
I I r. -nn \ i M.
i.f :'.".ii I I.-, nn
ul Miami
,h -
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. 72-24948
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN UK: Thi Mat ring* '<
MERRY BVANCIF.I.INA
n: VN7.K8K. Wife.
RICHARD D PRANZESE, Huaband
I-, |(|! II \''l' l> PRANKK8E
I372 En>. v7'.li Sn. --I
Itronklvn Ncv York
v.,I AJtE HEREBY NOT I FED
II,.,i nn -" II"" '"'' l"ss..lllii..n nl Mar-
rutoe lias been Bted ngnlnxl V*......'
v.Mi nre required to s.-.v. it iipj
...ui- written defennea. II an>. '" "
nil IKIIHY A I'.I'KVS. all..n .1 ""
Vviiimmr. ul,.-. nddresM hWIIMj
Natloual Bonk nulldlng. *'
i.-|u|er Street. Minim. Plorldn 331S".
.ml file the m-lglt.nl will.......h-rk o
he above Btyled court n.. or before
.1.,.,.nn IS. IIB: .all. i.m- a lefnul
w ,u be .-ni.-i.-i luntltiBl you ni ti
ivio-i- demande.1 ... ibe complnlni oi
"i'i1;;",,,,,!..- rii.ll PUhllahl once
, i, ,.....l. for fout ...n-.ii'iv ,v" '
'. TIIE.IEW.8II 'KIOIMDIXN .....
,,u;;,;,r;r.n,;',^,x,.,,:,,'iEi'!'iVi-.:,.
""-'" 't1 ;/ V,'vvh'ei:'v!an.
\. |< rk. Clri uii Court
|>ade County. Florida
n, ,- p ,-nl'l'l Wl'
\ 11,-...in i 'Ii rk
VEnirvV'TM-irv^rsaiKE
..... ,-iu Nntlonnl BnnU Building
w a Flat Si" '
Miami Pin
A Homes fol Petit
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. 72-24769
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: tl" Marriage of:
JACK BrTTERPIEl.D. Iliislniml
Petitioner
TRES8A i:('TTi:i:|-n:i.D. WIFE.
II,spoil.I. ill
TO: TRESRA BITTERFIEI-D
l'ii Box 3224
XnHBHU. Ilali.iin.is
Vul ARE HEREBY XOTIFIE1
thai an a.ii.ni for DlaaOluMon nl Mar
rlage hu* been filed ngaliiBl you nnd
ynu are required t<> serve b copy ..
vul- written defense*, if any to I:
on DA\ll-:i. RETTER. nttomey foi
r.iiiiiiiu-r. whnae aililress Is IINIfi Con-
grean Building, Miami. Florida, and
file the original with the clerk of the
above Blyled courl .......' before Jan
12, 1973; ..ili.-riii-i- ii di fnull will >"
entered ngnlnal you for the relief de-
mand! a in the comnlnlni or petition
no- notice shall he puMlahM once
each week for four coneculle week*
ii, THE JEWISH l'l DRIDI \ X
WITNESS my hand and '' "cnl '
miri courl a. Miami. Plorldn on im-
4 ilai ..f Bee.. I 111
E. i: 1 EATHEBMAN,
A- i'i. i i I'lrcull i '"i"i
Dndi County, Plorldn
r.i i: M KISSER
A- ii.-niiii Clerk
ll'll-.-.lil Court S.ali
DANIKi. RETTER
inn", i oiigrcBB Building
ii...nn. Plorldu
ah,.rii.i for Petitioner s.,-,.........
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ^ (NO. PROP;E^V., ^ ^
DADE S0SS.3SR,DA LSfV%NlToHr.daD,'S,Aa,ndC,fRoCbU,T
No 7 6081 DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
NOTICE TO CREDITORS ^ NO. 72-17308 IVANNI
,,, ,,.... ..-,.,,,. ,,,- IN RE: The Marriage "i
MAXilAt'ER. WTDIA BAWUNCO. Wife.
To AiT c.'ed.....s ...... All Peraon. Hav- ^A^^R"*ffiJWr,",,,rt
iW;1^"'- ......."'....." ^""" S:"" l-'lM^TnUmiw,^'''
v,',lr hereby..................;.- ACTIONJrMRAR2,,iSc0ELUT,ON
quired to preaent I.....-lulmx ami de- OF MARHIAOB _
,......I- w.....I. you may have iigalnnt V<>r ARE HBREBi iN"l,".l'l"
Ihe entali of MAX RACER, d......nae.1 ihai nn action for I ,-s..Un ...n ..t M. -
Inte of Bade County. Plorldn, lo III. ringe hne been filed agalnal you and
Counts Judge* nf Bade County, nnd you are reoulred lo Bcrvi it cop '
file the anmc In rtunlicntc nnd iib nni. your written defei.BCB II iiii>. o it
vlded in s,-.,.... 733l. Plorldn Stnt- on JERRY A BUBN8. lriiey fr
in.-.-, in Ihelr offlceB I. Hi- Counts Petit......'. whoae adilroaa la .a its
Courl houBe in Da.I- County. Florida, National Bunk Building,... c-n ring-
wllhln si\ .al.....lar month* from Ihi ler Street, Miami. Morldn -.31 an. ami
lime of ih. firal publlc-i...........reof. file Ihe original with Ihe clerk or ine
or id. sMim mil he harmd nla.ve siyl........url mi oi Iwfon Jan.
Dated in Miami. Florid.i Ihle 1st 12, 1973: otherwlae il default
.lm ..i Deeember, A D 1972
JACOB
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HERMINE RACER
MIAMI REACH
PIRST NATIONAI BANK
as Co-Executor*
l-'irsi publication nf iliis notice nn
il,.- \ il iv >.f December, 1972
KCRT W El.I ISCII
Attorney for EBlate nf
MAX BAI'ER. Be.
|>7 Mm. i in Avenue
Coral OnhleB. Fla. 3313-1
12 X-H-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. 72-11995
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE- The Murriagi of:
I,A I'REN \ W II.I.IAMS. Wife,
Petitioner
ami
j < in--. \i ii hams. HUHband,
Real......i.-i.i
Til JA.MES \\ II.I.IAMS
V,,| ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Dial a petition for Dlnaulullon of your
Marring, ha* leen filed i..... c.....-
111. n.-..1 in ilii- VOUrl ami .m.ii ai. i. -
nulred t.< s.-ri. ......I'i of i...ir ivril-
i. ii defenHCB, If any. to n on iwiinei
Relter nttorney for Petitioner, whotje
,,,l,|,-,. I, inn:, l'...n.-1-.-ss lil.lv Mi-
nml. Fla -''."I Hie "'.....'-IT,:'1 v'"'
Hi.- clerk of Ihe nhovi Btyled cnurl an
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defnull will entered ngnlnal you
for Ihe relief pray, d foi in Ihe
entered nguliiBl you for Ihe relief
.I.m.....led In the complnlni or iii-
lion ,
This notice Bhnll 1"' puhllehed once
ench week for tour ...,-.. ntii. weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.flRII.HAN
WITNESS nn hand nnd Ih' Benl
! ...ui i nl Miami. Plorldu ."i
Ihii HI dny of X..v. ml" r. I97S.
K || LEATHERMAN.
A> Clerk. Pircuii Courl
l m.I. County. Florida
i'.i i: M. KISSEE
An li.aui.i Clerk
(Cli-cull Courl S
JERRY '. BCRNS. E.|.
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Miami Florlil
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12 R-15-22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADt COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5277
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Emiii.....
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WfTNEBfi nn hlHld ami the Benl mil.ll nil n
nf *tld court at Miami. Morld...... ,M,^ Miami. Florida, thin 3th
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DAVID I'". STt INK
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DAVID K ST i IN K
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Page 12-C
JfeM#S# Hr-rUter
Friday, December 0,
The** kKuritMt, thoufh ragbtwed. hav* not o**n lpproved yr diupprosed by the Securities and F.xcrunfe Comminior,. which does not pass on the m*r;:, of iny rejUtered securities.
On her 25thAnniversary
Israel needs more than
a celebration.
She needs the one great act of faith and trust you have
taken so many times in the past your investment in Israel
Bonds.
It is this, and only this, that will give Israel the strength to
accomplish the tasks that face her on her 25th Anniversary.
To provide jobs for a vast new increase in immigrants from
Russiaestimated at some 50^ of the total expected immigra-
tion of 60.000 this year;
To accelerate the economic and social absorption or those
hundreds of thousands already taken in from North African
countries;
To maintain her program of economic development in spite
of the crushing burden of defense which makes her people
among the most heavily taxed on earth.
All of this depends on Israel's continuing economic growth.
And her growth depends directly and immediately on your
investment in Israel Bonds.
With them, she builds the roads and homes, the farms and
schools and factories her industrious people need to turn the
Land of Promise into the land of performance.
With them, she earns the money, through steadily rising
exports, to repay you with interest, and help her people toward
self-sufficiency.
In this year above all, on Israel's 25th Anniversary, vou
who stood with her through ail the years of danger and doubt,
must not fail to stand with her again.
You can take the first step here and now. On this page. Tear
out the coupon below and mail it. Today.
Further information, particularly financial information is contained in the
Registration Statement filed with the Commission and in a more complete
Prospectus which must be furnished to each purchaser and is obtained from
the undersigned. Orders for bonds may be placed at. and Prospectuses ob-
tained from: Development Corporation for Israel.
STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 33139 Phone 531-6731
25 years ago, on November 29,1947, the United Nations General Assembly voted in favor of the creation of an independent State of Israel.
This is not ,i Prospectus or an offer to
STATE OF ISRAEL $750,000,000
FIFTH DEVELOPMENT BOND ISSUE
This issue is intended to promote the
economic development of the State of
Israel. Its proceeds are to be used for
the purchase of machinery, new ma-
terials, equipment and other items
designed to increase the country's
productive facilities. It is proposed to
allocate the proceeds (in millions of
dollars) as follows:
sell or a solicitation of offers to buy these securities. The offering i-- made only
Other sources of income for Israel are April 1, '69-
inter-governmental grants and loans,
gift funds and private investment.
Agriculture and Irrigation .
Industry and Crafts
Electric Power
Transportation and
Communication
Community Facilities (Schools,
Hospitals and Public
Buildings)
Mining and Minerals
Housing
Other Items and
$120.0
127.5
37,5
217.5
37.5
75 0
60.0
75 ]
$750.0
Credit and debit on current account
(in millions of dollars) were as follows:
1970. credit $1,386.1 (of which $331.0
were with the United States); debit
$2,601.5 (of which $1,046.0 were to
the United States); 1971. credit,
$1.660 0 (of which S379.0 were with
the United States), debit $3,020.0 (of
which $1,244.0 were to the United
States.)
As of Sept. 30, 1971, funded debt
amounted to I.L. 7,670.3 million plus
U.S. and other foreign debts totalling
$3,575 million.
The Government budgets have been
as follows, in millions of I.L.
Expendi-
Receipts tures
April 1. oi-
Mar:i 3i,' 6).....6 3-j 6 6,337.0
March 31,'70
April 1. 70-
March 31, '71 .
April 1, '71-
Sept. 30, '71 .
8,824.2
9.874.5
6,619.0
8 788.5
9,874.5
6,6195
Development Corporation for Israel,
215 Park Avenue South. New York,
N.Y. 10003, is the underwriter for the
issue and receives commissions or
discounts at 6%. The State also bears
certain other expenses in connection
with the issue.
TWO TYPES OF BONDS ARE
OFFERED AT PAR AS FOLLOWS:
(a) Interest Bearing Bonds, denomi-
nated Fifteen Year 4% Dollar Coupon
Bonds, interest payable March 1 and
September 1.
Denominations: $500. $1,000. $2 500,
$5,000. $10,000 $25,000, and $100,-
000
by the Prospectus.
nominated Fifteen Year Dollar Savings
Bonds. Maturity Value. 180o of issue
amount.
Denominations: $100, $250, $500,
$1,000, $2 500, $5,000 and $10,000,
FILL OUT AND MAIL
THIS COUPON TODAY.
State of Israel Bonds, j
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla. 331391
Please send me a current prospectus on the
Fifth Development iirae! Bonds.
Name.
Address.
City____

.Zip.
it

(b) Capital Appreciation Bonds, de- L_.
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The Greater Miami Jewish Federation was
recently honored with four Public Relations
Awards, including "Best Set of Year Round
Materials from the Council of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds." In the past
three years, the GMJF has won 11 first place
awards, the most of any of the 230 North
American Federations that compete annual-
ly. Shewn above with the awards are (from
left) Mrs. Leonard Friedland, Women's Divi-
sion vice president for campaign; Mrs. Sol
Goldstein, Federation secretary; Myron J.
Prcdie, Federation's associate executive vice
president; Mrs. Mike Sumberg. member of
the Women's Division North Dade board
and Norman H. Lipoff and Mrs. Philip Bloom,
recipients of the 1972 Presidents' Leadership
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FOR INFORMATION CALL 651-3591 or 8613981
PRODUCED AND DIRECTED BY ARIE KADI Rl
The "Opening of the Season Ball" at Kings Bay Yacht and
Country Club wa ers of Kendall (left) and Mr. and Mrs. Hal Edwaids of South
Miami. More than 300 members and guests attended the
dinner and donee in the club's Grand Ballroom.
Box office
open daily
10A.M.-6RM
Call U4-H83I
Gala Season Premiere Attraction
Tuesday, Dec. 5 thru Sunday, Dec. 24
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FRANK G0RSHIN
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suncoast chapter plans Bail fflstadrut Women Meet Wednesday
1972
At the Mount Sinai Medical Center Medical Staff Dinner-
Done in iSe Fontainebleau Hotel. Dr. and Mrs. Everett
Shocket (left) chatted with Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz during
the cccktail hour. Dr. Shochet is first vice president of the
medical staff; Mr. Orovitz is Mount Sinai's chairman of the
board.
A SMASH HIT
"RID WIDE
The exciting,
unforgettable singing,
dancing and
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modern Israel.
Former members of
Israeli Army
EntertainrrenS Units
RAVE REVUES
N.Y..CHICAGO
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MIAMI
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LIVE-ON
STAGE
TUES. WED.
THUR. SUN.
8:00 P.M.
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TICKETS :
S2.50 3.50 4.50
5.50 SAT 8:30
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lU.m.ml phone: 523-4324/Pnlm Ifcaeh phone: 833-40r6
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Suncoast Chapter of Women'
American ORT will ho'd Its annual
dinner-dance at the Playboy Plaza
Hotel F< b. 10, according to Loui-e
Cohen, president. Slip and Frances
Goldberg are serving as chairmen
of the event, whi-h supports tl
work of OUT in I ay ScUpplJJooklair
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Tin -'av at the school library.
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lli-t.xi in Women's Council Mar-
In Wo'1st in Chanter, will be
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;iresidept of the women's group.
which this week announced a goal
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. and 'l cssie Km m.
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