The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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Full Text
Year Book Gives Population Figures
By Special Rp|>ort
NEW YORK World Jewish
population is estimated at
14.236.420. according to the
American Jewish Year Book,
whose 19"- edition was pub-
lished this week. There are ap-
proximately 6.060.000 Jews in
the United States, more than in
any other country.
Estimates were compiled by
Leon Shapiro, associate profes-
sor at Rutgers University, who
collected the overseas demo-
graphic data, and by Alvin
Chenkin. of the Council of Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare
Funds, who assembled the fig-
ures on the United States.
After the United States,
countries with the largest Jew-
ish populations are: Soviet
Union. 2,644.000. Israel. 2.6.12.000
(it is estimated that 42.000 im-
migrants entered Israel this past
yean; France, 550.000; Argen-
tina. 500.000; Great Britain,
410.000; and Canada, 300,000.
Halt ot world Jewry is lo-
cated in North, Central and
South America, 29': in Europe,
19': in Asia, 1.5r; in Africa,
and 0..V-; in Australia and New
Zealand.
In the United States, the Jew-
ish population has shown an
annual growth rate of 1.07r:
over the past three years. "This
figure is comparable to the an-
nual growth rate of the total
resident population of the
United States from 1968 to
1971," Mr. Chenkin states, and
"the proportion of the total
resident population estimated to
be Jewish remained at 2.94';."
Major chances upward since
the 19fi8 listing were Greater
Miami and Hollywood in Flor-
ida ; Orange County, (alii.,
Philadelphia; l/ower Bucks
County, Pa.; Lynn, Mass.; and
the District of Columbia.
Among the Jewish population
figures for U. S. cities listed in
the Year Book's tables are: Los
Angeles, 535,000; San Francisco.
73,000; Washington, 112,500;
Greater Miami, 187.500; Chi-
cago, 269,000; Baltimore. 100,-
000; Montgomery County. Md.,
56.500; Boston, 180,000; Detroit,
80,000; St. Louis, 60,000; Bergen
County. X. J.. 100,000; Essex
County, N. J.. 100,000; Greater
N< v York. 2.381.000. Cleveland,
80.000; and Philadelphia. 350.000.
In Europe, according to Prof.
Shapiro, there arc more than
4.000,000 lews. Including 8,85,-
000 in the Communist area.
Figures for other European
Continued on Pagt 2-A
T elewisli Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 45 Number 51
Miami, Florida Friday, December 22, 1972
Three Sections
Price 25 cents
LARGEST NUMBER IN ONE DAY
.
60 Jews Arrested In Moscow
NEW YORK (JTA) Sixty-
Jews were arrested in Moscow
this week, according to a report
by the National Conference on
Soviet Jewry. Among those ar-
rested were some of the leading
activists.
The persons who were arrest-
ed had been staging a sit-in at
the Supreme Soviet to protest
the refusal by Soviet authorities
to give exit visas and to appeal
for amnesty for Soviet Jewish,
prisoners.
After conducting the sit-Jn
for several hours, they were
forced out of the reception room,
placed on a bus and taken away,
the NCSJ reported. The demon-
strators were from Leningrad,
Kharkov, Kiev. Odessa. Riga and
Novosibirsk.
Commenting on what was the
largest number of arrests in one
day. Richard Maass. NCSJ
1947 Underground Leader
Challenges Margaret Daniel
JERUSALEM (JTA)Natan
Yalin-Mor. former head of the
underground Stern Group in
Palestine, has challenged Mar-
garet Truman Daniel to sue him
in any court for allegedly send-
ing a letter bomb to her father.
Harry S. Truman, when he was
President in 1947.
Yalin-Mor. who after the Six-
Day War was a founder of the
Movement for a Federated Pal-
estine, told the Jewish Te'.e-
raphic Agency that Mrs
laniel's claim, in her recently
ublished biography of her
ther. "Harry S. Truman." that
f Sternists attempted to as-
|sinate Truman with a letter
pb was a falsehood. He said
could sue him for saying
It as well.
her book. Mrs. Daniel
wrote that a number of cream-
color envelopes arrived at the
White House in 1947 addressed
to the President and members
of his staff. She said they were
found to contain "powdered
gelignite, a pencil battery and a
detonator rigged to explode the
jnite" when the envelope
was opened.
Mrs. Daniel attributed the
letter bombs to the Sternists
but did not indicate why. A
similar report was published in
a 1949 book, "Dear Mr. Pres-
ident." by Ira R. T. Smith and
Joe Alex Morris. The book, re-
counting Smith's experience as
a White House staff mail reader
for 50 years, said that the Stern
Group claimed responsibility for
Continued on Page 12-A
fyste
ry Surrounds Cargo
Royal Jordanian Jet
LAS. Texas (WNSl
a report in the Dallas
News and a followup
tion by Jimmy Wisch.
lisher of the Texas
st, speculation soared
Royal Jordanian jet
J at Love Field of-
pick up commercial
but reportedly be-
t with "top secret radio-
nissile-tracking equip-
ilng News, quoting a
Mirce." said about $'2.5
th of the equipment
i-d by Collins Radio
lie largest maker of
electronic aviation
I'as being readied at
the airfield for shipment to
Jordan.
The jet. making an unusual
nonstop Jordan-to-Dallas flight,
was supposedly transporting jet
engines to be overhauled.
In Washington, Jordanian
Minister Dr. Naslr N. Batayneh
aid that the jet was on a
chartered round trip flight from
Amman to Dallas, but he knew
nothing of any equipment hav-
ing been taken aboard.
A State Department source
said the jet arrived in Dallas
several days ago and took on
"ordinary equipment" "long an-
ticipated" for delivery to Jor-
dan as part of the on-going sup-
ply of military equipment from
the United States.
chairman, said this action was
similar to the mass arrests of
Jewish activists just prior to
President Nixon's arrival in Mos-
cow last May for his summit
conference with Soviet leaders.
The NCSJ also reported that
virtually all Moscow Jewish ac-
tivists are under close surveil-
lance and that in several in-
stances police have visited the
homes of leading activists.
Less Than Half
Egypt's Weaponry
Is Combat-Ready
LONDON (WNSl A se-
cret Egyptian Air Force report.
leaked in Brussels, revealed only
40r'r of Egypt's weapons and
40-65CI of its aircraft are in a
state of combat readiness de-
spite President Anwar Sadat's
anti-Israel belligerency.
According to unconfirmed re-
ports from Brussels, the survey,
carried out earlier this year,
blames poor maintenance, inade-
quate handling and a shortage
of spare parts from the Soviet
Union.
An Egvptian military delega-
tion to Moscow, which returned
recently reportedly persuaded
the U.S.S.R. to resume shipment
of spare parts, suspended in
July when Soviet advisors were
expelled from Egypt.
The study says about 20~ of
Egypt's weapons can be repair-
ed when the spare parts arrive,
but the remaining Af)r'< are be-
yond repair.
German Accomplices Sought
In Olympic Games Tragedy
BONN (JTA> Munich le-
gal authorities investigating the
Olymr-'c killings of 11 Israelis
are now hunting for alleged Ger-
man accomplices of the Arab as-
sas'irs. The inquiries followed
last week's interview with the
magazine "Quick" bv a spokes-
man of the "Black September"
movement.
According to the spokesman,
eight terrorists had lived on a
farm south of Munich between
the end of July and the Munich
attack Sept. 5. The farm report-
edly belonged to a German. A
German architect working on
the Olympic grounds is said to
have given the plans of the Is-
raelis' quarters to the terrorists.
Cambodia Opens Jerusalem
Embassy; Saigon To Follow
JERUSALEM (JTA) Cam-
bodia has opened an Embassy
here to the immense satisfaction
of the Foreign Ministry.
It is the first Asian country
to have an Embassy in Jeru-
salem (rather than Tel Aviv)
and it will shortly be followed
by South Vietnam which Israel
recently formed diplomatic ties.
The Cambodian Embassy open-
in September in the Rehavia
section of the city, but it at-
tracted no press publicity till
now. The Foreign Ministry has
now deliberately leaked the
story, apparently to counter the
effect of a Maariv report that
Cambodia asked Israel to play
down the ceremony of establish-
ing relations between Jerusalem
and Saigon, which took ;>U.
last week in Pnompenh, for fear
of offending the Arabs.
The Embassy is being run at
present by a charge d'af fairs.
Son San. The ambassador-desig-
nate. Keo Kimsaon, is active in
the cease-fire negotiations in
Pnompenh. He is expected early
in January. There is presently
also an economic counselor at
the Embassy.
Israeli sources stress that rela-
tions with Cambodia have im-
proved recently and cite the
Cambodian decision to set up
its Embassy in Jerusalem as
proof. Until now. Cambodia had
a non-resident ambassador ac-
credited to Israel.
v II.1..1 '..:; ,V '" '- '!....."" ""<
News Briefs
Hias Aids Three Families From Morocco, Cuba
NEW YORK i JTA United Hias Sen ice reported Friday that
12 Jewish emigrants, comprising three family units from Morocco
and Cuba and one individual from Greece, arrived at Kennedy Air-
post last week. They were reunited with families in Brooklyn. New
York. Montreal, and Clearwater. Fla. The arrivals in Montreal will
be aided in their resettlement by the Jewish Immigrant Aid Serv-
ices of Canada, and in Florida by the Gulf Coast Jewish Family
Service.
Eight Iraqi Jews Rearrested
JERUSALEM iJTA>Eight Iraqi Jews who were release.!
from prison in Baghdad three weeks ago have been rearrected, re-
liable sources report. The sources said the rearrest of the Jews
coincided with a new deterioration of the situation of the Iraqi
Jewish community.
New Russian-Hebrew Dictionary To Be Published
COPENHAGEN (WNSlPrague Radio, monitored here re-
ported that a new Russian-Hebrew dictionary edited by Prof.
Itzhak Vinikpv of Leningrad University is to be published in the
Soviet Union.
Exit Visa Granted To Raiza Palatnik
TEL AVIV (WNSlAn exit visa has been granted Raiza
Palatnik, the 36-year-old librarian from Odessa who was released
from prison two weeks ago after serving a two year sentence for
anti-Soviet propaganda. Jewish sources in Moscow reported.
Serious New Charge Against Jewish Activist
LONDON. (WNS) Lazar Lubarsky. a Jewish activist of
Rostov imprisoned since July on charges of "defamation of the So-
viet Union." was told this week he would also be charged with "im-
parting state secrets to unauthorized persons." Soviet Jewish sources
said. Conviction on the new charge would bring a maximum sen-
tence of five years in a strict-regime labor camp. He has also been
denied visits by his family and must retain a new lawyer because
of the new charge's seriousness. His trial will be secret.


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CFI New Year's Dinner Dance
Schedules Asher Nairn, Russell
Asher Malm, First Secretary o'
n Embassy o! Israel In thi
United States, will be the urns:
'i'-' s rved during the 1948-49 War
)!" Independence with distinction,
ic was also a reporter for Israeli
newspapers rrom 1949 to 1951.
Born in Libya, he moved to Israel
in 1944 lit the age of 15,
Mr, Russell has starred in nu-l
merou' night clubs and hotels
throughout the country. He is a
|x>pular master oi' ceremonies, and
is widely known for liis humor.
An acknowledged master of to-.
doy's fast-paced corned) routines,
Russell also i- an ac omolished vo-
call'1. II- p esents a ranbined re*-
ertoiiv of \> it and imsie to achieve
an outstanding iierformancc which
has been hailed by critics and the
public,
! has n rfor ned al sitoh fam-
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singer's in the Calskills, the St.
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Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel in De-
troit, and the Chelsea Hotel in
Atlantic City.
Capital for Israel, Inc.. which
was organized by the Israel Bonds
Organization, issued a new Israel
Hank of Agriculture -lock this
year to provide funds to increase
tin production of loud for the
Crowing Israeli population, Mr.
Parson -aid that proceeds of the
-tork Issue are also used to expand
agricultural exports to help im-
prove the country's balance of
trade, and to provide jobs for new
immigrants to Israel, Including
those from the Soviet Union.
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Friday, December 22, 1972
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Friday, December 22, 1372
Number 51
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MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH AI.se
Threats Are Counter-Productive
Threats of an "impending explosion" on the Jewish
scene unless the priorities of Jewish Federations are re-
ordered are something that used to be connected with hot-
headed youth. That they now come from Agudath Israel
of America in pressing for greater aid for the day school
movement can only prove counter-productive, and hardly
bespeak a mature approach to a real need.
It is not a simple matter for the central Jewish commu-
nity agency to respond to every demand, no matter how
justified the cause may be. That a deeper and speedier
study of our changing priorities is called for few will
challenge, but it will be not done under the kind of
duress implied. In many communities, including Greater
Miami, significant advances have been made in support
of viable day schools, and more will be done in the future,
if not as quickly as some would like or hope for.
Steps Taken To Fight Prejudice
In recognition of the deterioration of relations between
blacks and Jews, the American Jewish Congress has struc-
tured on-going dialogues in several cities among leaders
of both minority groups in an effort to reach better under-
standing of the problems that have driven these once firm
allies apart.
For some time there has been a good deal of talk of
black anti-Semitism but Kivie Kaplan, the Boston Jew who
continues as lay president of the NAACP, has set the rec-
ord straight recently. Research by that bodyand re-
cently B'nai B'rith has shown that only a tiny minority
of blacks can be considered anti-Semitic, far fewer than
white Christians. On the other hand, there is little question
that anti-black prejudice among Jews has grown in recent
years.
Congress has taken the first step in seeking to forge
links with responsible black leadership in a common
effort at social justice in America for all minority groups,
despite the belief among some who haven't thought seri-
ously about it that Jews are now an inteqral part of the
American society and no longer interested in minority
problems.
A Clue To Future Programming
The 1970 United States Census has revealed that close
to 750,000 Jewish residents of New York State consider
Yiddish to be their mother tongue. And if that information
isn't astonishing enough, surely the figure of 354,000
native-born Americans making that claim should be, if
not the fact that included among them are 600 blacks and
55 Puerto Ricans.
Adding to the interest of these statistics, which the
Student Committee for Yiddish cite as proof that it is not a
dead language, is that the last time the question was in-
cluded, in 1940, the foreign-born dominated the Yiddish
scene by a much greater proportion and that the 1970
census indicates a relatively small gain for the native-born.
Those concerned with intensifying Jewish experience and
identity in America might take a closer look at the Yiddish
phenomenon as a clue to future educational programming.
JDC Adopts $26M*iIion Budget
Some of our Latin American Jewish neighbors par-
ticularly in Chile and Argentina i are for the first time
requiring financial assistance from the Joint Distribution
Committee. The political unrest and general economic de-
terioration have caused economic distress for the more
than half million Jews in those two nations.
Confronted with the large expenditures for programs
related to the immigration of Soviet Jews to Israel, JDC has
adopted its highest budget in a decade S28 million to
meet the overseas needs of Jews, of whom 387,000 were
aided by the United Jewish Appeal in 1972.
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SIAN, China Just poking
about In tli.' once familiar coun-
tryside around Slan fills me with
doubt about some of the West-
ern China-watchers' most cher-
ished convictions.
THK LAND under cultivation
must have increased by
More important still, the whole
asast
vast Sian plain, once water
starved, i- now crisscrossed with
irrigation channels and thi kly
dotted with tteep wells.
Now. when the rivers are all
but dry, the deep wells are in
a stive use. Later, when the riv-
ers run full again, the irriga-
tion channels will bring water
in the land and. Incidentally, re-
store the water table that the
deep web's have depleted. In con-
sequence, crop yields have
ly increased.
WHAT I have sovii here
what I heard in Pekii irtic-
ularly makes me doubt the
China-watchers' twin be iefs that
China's land and population prob-
lems are ultimately beyon I
tion.
Let us begin with population,
where the common erroi is es-
pecially great. Instead of the
800 million-plus believed in by
the China-watchers. Prime Min-
ister Chou En-lai and his Mini-
try of Health experts think
China's present population is no
more than 700 million-plus.
FI'RTIIKRMORE. if one can
assume the Chinese are correct,
the China-watchers' thi
about China's current rate of
population growth are even more
wrong than their base figure.
Li Hsiu-chen. the charming
woman scientist who is the Min-
istry of Health's chief expert in
this field, talked at length with
me about the matter. Her best
estimate of the rate of growth
of the urban population is no
more than 19! a year.
THK < OINTRYSIDK is more
of a problem." she said a little
sadly. In part, this is because
children in the communes can
earn work points to swell fam-
ily incomes. Kven so. Li Hsiu-
chen put the rural rate of po|>u-
If I were several decades
younger, the headline probably
would read: "The Federation
Papers!" Years of hassling with
government officials and courts
to get access at public docu-
ments are as far behind me as
those brave young newspaper
days when I chased bad guys
or they chased me in the belli I"
that the decision, either way it
went, would really change any-
thing.
IT IS with some mature blush-
ing, then, that I raise the ques-
tion of what has happened to,
and I quote. "The results of the
first Jewish Population Study in
Miami history" I Jewish Flor-
idian, March 10, 19721"? End
quote and end publication of the
results beyond the size, age.
geographic location and religious
preferences of Dade County's
Jews.
My embarrassment is not for
myself, but for the people who
decided: A) The JPS results are
not to be released to the pub-
lic; and Bi The JPS results are
not to be made available to
professionals of Jewish agencies
and institutions.
IN PROBING my memory file
(these days one no longer keeps
notes or tapes for fear of going
to jail for contempt of courti,
I am a bit astonished to recall
that it was exactly four years
ago that some of us met with
Dr. Fred Massarik of UCLA to
discuss the possibilities of ex-
panding the proposed National
Jewish Population Study to in-
clude an in-depth survey of
Greater Miami Jewry. And that
this action represented a sig-
nificant change in attitude of
Federation's leadership which,
in 1965, had decided it wasn't
worth the extra money involved.
Raving made the positive de-
cision in order to know, with
some certainty, the data that
was previously unavailable to
plan properly for what at
le t in 1968 was called the
"fastest growing Jewish com-
munity in the world." I have
been told now that a decision
has 1 ('in made not to reveal
thai data. Not only publicly
apparent I.- for fear that some
of the information would not
"look good" but as of this
writing' I have been refused
access to the material in my
primary professional role as the
administrator of one of this
country's largest synagogues.
I HAVE no idea what part of
the study would not "look good"
in print, only because my liber-
tarian mentality cannot con-
dive that any of the questions
asked and I have a complete
copy of them could give an
image to the world of modern
Jewish attitudes and practice
that has not already been pro-
vided in prior studies.
Could it be "Dating of Non-
Jews"? Or. "I Am Happy to be
Jewish?" Certainly not attitudes
on school busing or civil rights
we have the Florida election
results to tell us that.
NO MATTER. While I agree
with the concluding statement
on censorship in the Jerusalem
Post's recent 40th Anniversary
issue: "The blue-pencil itself is
a dangerous weapon, even when
wielded by a friend," that is not
my concern today.
I am not out to make Brownie
points for freedom of the press
by attacking the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, but to stress
the need for sharing important
information with Jewish insti-
tutions other than its own
planning staff if, Indeed, they
will be permitti d to see '
Federation Papers!"
what DOBS the Federation
plan to do with such data as:
attendance at religious servio -
with emphasis on Yom Kipp
Rosh Hashanah. Passover, Sin-
chas Torah, Succoth. Purim?
Will children (under 13) !>
r.n (Bat) Mltzvah, Confirmed'
Belief in Jewish religion? Atti-
tudes toward intermarriage,
husband's and wile's religion?
Parental rating of the quality
of Jewish education?
What do the figures which
show that 11% consider them-
selves Orthodox, 499! Conserv-
ative, ."1% Reform and 9
"Just Jewish and other" mean
- are these percentages of the
190.00 Jews in Greater Miami
or cf the estimated one-third ol
that number who are affiliated
in relation to the Mguri
gathered on svnagogue member-
ship and activity?
IN BM'NTER words, this
sampling and other related data
that is important for long-range
planning by the Greater Miami
synagogues belongs to them if
for no other reason than they,
too, are part of this community
of Jews.
The fact that $18,000 or
whatever was spent on the
Miami special of the JPS is not
what disturbs me, either, except
that it seems such a waste of
money for a document that is
being kept from those who need
and wish to use it. Our past Is
filled with studies that are filed
and forgotten, but never in my
recollection has one ever been
censored as has 'The Federation
Papers!"


Friday, December 22, 1972
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Business Community Inaugurates
Miami-Israel Chamber of Commerce
Nearly 50 leaders of Miami's
: usiness community nathered las I
week to inaugurate the Greater
Miami-Israel Chamber of Com-
erce a non-profit, non-sectarian
membership association which will
be headquartered in Miami but
v. ill serve the whole southeastern
area of Florida and eventual!) the
entire state.
.lames A. Corey, president of
the Corad Corporation thai manufactures water meters
in Israel and exports them to
North America and the Caribbean'
spoke to the group; the Cham lefi
By-Laws were also adopted and
leers elected.
The officers are Harry Rich
president; James A. Corey. Mar-
vin P. Goldman. Jack Gordon and
Milton Levinsky, vice presidents;
Herbert S. Shapiro, secre-
George Feldenkreis, treas-
r and E hvard J. Fox. consult-
t.
The Chamber will help dow
American business enterprise in
Temple Beth Moshe
Consecration Set
I onsecration of 15 children who
have begun their religious training
ii, Temple Beth Moshe's Religious
School will take place during the
Friday evening services, it has
ii announced.
The consecrants will roc. Ive
special pins and certificates to
commemorate this ceremony. They
are Sam Bloom, Robert Pinkiert.
Nicole Richards. Mark Roderick.
Lisa Stein, Marnie Schwartz,
David and Denise Wolf, Craig
Rerinan. Pamela Curson, Ellen
Gross. Marcia Jackson. Pattl Phil-
lips, Elise Richman and Lisa Segal.
Cantor Ben Zion Kirschenbaum
will chant the service and Ben-
jamin L'doff, educational director,
will officiate and give the charge
to the consecrants. Charles Weiss-
man, president of Beth Moshe, will
presenl the certificates.
The Oneg Shahbat will be hosted
by the parents of the consecrants.
Israel by fostering the exchange
'A industrial, agricultural and sci-
entific skills In addition, it will
act as a liaison for businessmen
and industrialists in southeachern
Florida and Israel.
"We will be disseminating in-
formation aand furnishing up-to-
date business leads by establishinc:
direct contact between exporters
and importers," said Arthur S.
Rosichan, the Chamber's execu
live director and consultant.
' We will do this by brkirdng op-
portunities for investment in Is-
raeli industries to the attention of
the local business and financial
communities. In short, we will be
acting as a clearing house for the
exchange of business information."
The Chamber is an association
with active members in the areas
of international hanking, market-
ing, corporate law. brokerage.
travel, importing and distribution.
insurance and advertising and pub-
lic relations.
The Chamber, which has been
incorporated in the State of Flor-
ida, will offer both individual and
corporate memberships and is
open to all segments of the com-
munity. Additional information
may be obtained by contacting
Mr. Rosi ban at the Federation
office.
Murray Shaw (left) served as chairman of the recent Freedom
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, Century and Presidents' Club luncheon
in the Eden Roc Hotel for the elite group of lodge members
supporting the organization's youth services program. Dr.
Henry King Stanford (center) president of the University of
Miami, was the guest speaker. Lodge president Herman
Nudelman is at rght.
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Friday, December 22, 197:
Florida Universities
Will Not Use Quotas
The Florida office <>f the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
'.- .itivi'd numnoea fnom the
.( hanceitovof Ulif fflnli THiIUIHHJ
.rS\st'-m ilmi Florida universities
will nol CBStCe i" employment
n student admissions quotas, or
referential treatment, baaed ui>on
.m.'i national origin or son.
Reprpaentattvpg ol the AIM. met
recently with Chancellor Robert
llautz inn! the Council of l'resi-
lenl i "f the universitv system anil
\'i ssi t concern over evidence
that a >m< university officials had
rci aside certain teaching and ad-
ministrative Jobs for blacks and
women.
Jack KasKowitz, chairman of the
- Regional Board, said,
\\v realize that the Federal De-
ri m <-: Health. Education and
Welfare has pul great pressure
on uiilversitj administrators to
eel ii i tain 'numei ical goals' in
the employmi nt of minority
groups and women, however, such
rograms ran involve reverse dis-
crimination when persons are
hired because >! thi ir race, nation-
,lity or sex rather than their
qualifications thereby eliminat-
ing other applicants because they
happen to be tin- "wrong' race or
- Mr. Kassewitz emphasized that
the Anti-Defamation League sup-
orts affirmative action programs
.\hic:i seek out qualified minority
: us ini employment, but noted
that the lest qualified applicant
for ;i given job should he the one
ed, "l""i all minorities and
::k best protection against
iscrimination are employment
Ii. i i ase I uiwn equal oppor-
HANSH.
MARCUSE
Eft X I i
BIimIst
CATMINO----**. -,
Pood Mroi rs y" "V V*.
iwRwrrw Kg}} Iff
UUMftm it U t. U ITI-. SIMM
Unity and individual merit," he
{ said.
KesjKincling to numerous com-
plaints of discrimination through
quotas and preferential treatment
in universities in other states, the
HEW recently issued guidelines
for affirmative action program,
which state:
"Unfortunately, a number of
univeisit officials have chosen
to explain dismissals, trans-
fers, alterations of job de-
scriptions. chano.es in pro-
motion potential or fringe ben-
efits, anil refusals to hire not
on the basis of met it or some
objective soughl by the univer-
sity administration aside from
the Executive Order, but on
grounds that such actions and
other 'preferential treatment
regardless of merit' are now
required by Federal law. Such
statements constitute eithei a
misunderstanding of the law or
a wilful distortion of it. In either
case, where they actually reflect
decisions not to employ or pro-
mote on grounds Ol race, color,
sex, religion, or national origin,
the..- constitute a violation of
the Executive Order and other
Federal laws."
Mr. Kassewitz said ADL is also
I Interested in studying the newly
I adopted pilot affirmative action
I program recent!./ approved by the
| state Hoard of Resents which is
reportedly designed to increase the
number of minority students and
employees in state universities
and colleges. The League encour-
. an.I supports such affirmative
i tffortS so long as they do not be-
come distorted by discriminatorj
quotas an.! preferential treatment,
|.e added.
Lebow Guest Speaker At
Fort Lauderdale Temple
Sylvan I.e. executive director
!! i Ma' ional Federation of
:. mple Brotl -. author ol
| the book, "The Temple Brother-
1 hood" and editor of Brotherhood
Magazine, will be the guest
speaker at Temple Emanu-El, Ft.
I Lauderdale. Friday, Dec. 29. at
fvl"> p.m.
Mr. I.(bow. who also serves as
executive director of the Jewish
j Chautauqua Society, the brother-
hoods' major educational project
to promote interfaith understand-
ing, has produced :'.0 motion pic-
tures about Judaism which have
been telecast some 20.0(H) times
on 600 TV stations throughout the
world. He will discuss the TV films
produced by the Society.
If you re rich
and beautiful,
why aren't we
having an affair?
Yeshiva, Brandeis
Join In Developing
Fund Raising Skills
There is more to fund-raising
than raising funds.
Such i- the educational philoso-
phy behln pros an-- being devel-
oped at lour universities to broad-
en the potentialities of fund-rais-
i:: as a profess! m.
Wiiiie attention is being given
to the "toroa le perspective of
the fund-raising function," all four
schools inv i'v i are working to-
nrnther with th< Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds,
which is implementing the project.
The schools are Yeshiva Uni-
versity's Wurzweller School of So-
cial Work Brandeis University's
Florence Heller Graduate School
for Advanced Studies in Social
Welfare. University of Maryland
School ol S clal Work and Com-
munity Planning, and Case West-
em Reserve University's School of
Applied So tial Sciences.
Tlie program has been spon-
> ed bj th Bureau for Careers
in Jewish Service, and subsidized
by the Lo!s and Samuel Silbeiman
Fund. Inc.
Consecration Of
Alef Students At
JVnai Raphael
Congregation B'nai Raphael pon-
-"erated students of the Alef
"'ass at a sne inl sen i e Sunday
" onm'..'. Nathan Groyne i* ed >ca-
'o'-a' director of B'nai Raphael
lie'' -i ,u- Sch' ol.
rhe fo"owlt sio lent*, tan rht
'\ Mi *, I- a Levi, were conse-
rntei:
I .oi,-, t:.Li S. -.ii Rn kIi.vn Jonh.
" I mnoff. .Tonalti.i ii I > > i Ha to
I :i-----It-iii Pi .1. rii '' -on- Tndil
I Ii Ml., i : Stevi'l I l<"sllkciw Hz. I Ian
l.nv;
|. inin \Ihkiiioi, h'tllol I :--<. i

SK'vel I '.i rman, Klv n UHHel, Tmlil
II nkln. 9 imm r I i e Mul Ihi n Bl-
Hiil>erit. JonHihnii FoliiHtein, Dnvltl
i :..!,]!.... i. Oi I M ii k 'n> -
I i\ .1 Lnuhi J i .1-. i
T. i ; I *. r'l-l.i I' \l.- I I I. ---il C
ford Whkiii i < iurj Itortlmnn, J tten
i -nhen. R >bt rl ninel I<1 r, Rlclutrd
UboiiHlt-in I: ii > I. In, itolnnli :-
iii:in. Todd noidmnn, Dwnlft Huff.
Mm ||) I, |< i .on- I vil Ins 1.1\ in .l.-f-
iv.v Mlchai Ib, Rot .! Rnben, Harold
Saul and lMinlel WMiiv
Nine students of the Tile.ah
class, b program for special stu-
dents sponsored bv United Syna-
gogue tauehl by Mrs. EJllen Katz-
man, and held at B'nai Raphael. .
\-r ;i' :o ipw'atefl '
Battior Uejnr, Blalne I Irwnn, K.ii'i
s.tnl. Terry Davla, Lisa Miller, RoJ
land Bhaolro, William HersoK. Deli-
iinili Phllllpii and llene Sti In
The consecration service was
conducted by Rabbi Victor Zwell-
ing and Canto.- Jack I.i rner.
Milton Parson Will Direct
Inaugural Bonds Conference
Milton M. Parson, director of ners, receptions and meetings git-
the State of Israel Bonds Organi- j ling under way Feb. 3, Mr. Pars
zation for South Florida, has been j said.
Mr. Parson succeeds Michael
Litvak, who now is director of th.
Israel Bonds Organization for Los
\ngeles. as conference director.
He seived as a regional tuperviso
for Israel Bonds and was ilirectoi
>;' the Newark. South Jersey,
Atlanta, Memphis and Dallas offi-
es before moving to Greater
Miami.
Mr. Pat son has been a to| -
xecutlve in the Inaugural Con-
ferences for the past 14 years, an
lias helped to make the month-
oiig series of Israel Bonds activi-
ties the most productive me lings
in assistance to the State ol Israel
.-.eld annually in North America,
Prior to joining the Israel Bonds
Organization In 1954. Mr. Parson
.vas affiliated with the Zionist
Drganization of America and the
United Palestine Appeal. He has
led a number of Special delegation,
to Israel, Including key groups at-
tending conferences convened i:1
Jerusalem by Prime Ministi .
Cioida Meir.
Hillel Day School
Marks Israel 25
The Hillel Community Day
School wil have Mrs. Zipors
Weiner as guest speaker. Friday,
If a.m. Mrs. Weiner, who repre-
sents the Greater .Miami Fi
tion on behalf of the Israel 25
Committee, will conduct a ques-
tion and answer period with the
student body during the Oneg
Shabbat program.
She will present to Rabbi Dot
Bidnick, principal, a torch that
she wil! li-^ln In commemoration of
the 25th Anniversary of the es-
iblishmi nt : the State of Israel
MILTON M. PARSON
named as director of the Inter-
national Israel Bonds Inaugural
Conference to be held in Miami
I Beach during February in com-
] memoration of Israel's 25th anni-
versary ol statehood.
Announcement of Mr. Parson's
appointment was made by Leo
Bernstein, executive vice president
| of Israel Bonds, who said Mr.
Parson's leadership during the
initial months of his assignment
tin heading the bond campaign in
Bade and Browaiil counties helped
the Jewish community here con-
tinue Its exemplary role in Israel
1 londs.
The Inaugural Conference.
which will Mm together nearlv
>ii Israel Bonds leaders from
throughout the United States and
Canada, will headquarter in both
I Barcelona and Fontainebleau
I [otcls, with a daily set les of din-
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At times like there, you deserve the Eden Roc. The figures
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Friday, December 22, 1972
pJeniftifkrkffau)
Pare
letters to the editor
I iHTOIt. Tin- Jewish I'loricliau:
Ii is Bad and MM very depress-
to see the fight which is going
n in religious Jewish circles in
onnection with Israel's now Chief
!al l>i Goren. The case in point is
the Langer case, better known as
the "mamzerim" issue.
Though flare-up on this Issue
ivas expected by the extremist
, lements there, since these rc-
..iiiiis fanatics are seeking ways
id express their haired toward any
conciliatory governmental policies.
the magnitude tions is overwhelmingly out of pro-
imrtion t" their militant altitude
up till now.
The majority of Jews in Israel
Micve that Chief Kahhi Gorcn's
Iccision will settle this question
.or the good of all. Evidently, how-
ever. I he |M)int which was over-
looked was the fact lltat these
zealots are only interested in con-
tinuing to pursue these shameful
arguments much to the detriment
I the image f religious Jewry.
Single Adults Invited To
New Year's Eve Ball At T
Sinple adults who have not
made plans for New Year's Eve
:.iay join other single adults at
Socially iTserved tables for the
Y.M-YWHA of Greater Miami's
,ala New Year's Eve Hall with a
live band to play the old year out
and buffet dinner served.
Proceeds benefit the "Y" Day
i'.-uii Scholarsblp Fund. Call Pat
Dilhnan at the -Y" for reserva-
tions.
Indeed, Ihe \iok nee of thi
!!- Which B1C .;";iil !'; has
nothing to do with the "halachic"
as|,<>ci of the case, liut. iii actu-
ality, is being liirectcd ai fighting
I he s|.lrli which Chief Rabbi
Goren represents in his new ca-
pacity as Chief Rabbi of the Jew-
ish State, After ail. Rabbi Goran's
Iccision docs not Involve any novel
u revolutionary chance from the
traditional "halachic" rulings.
Those who are trying to Inter-
pret the Rabbi's decision as a
reversal of normal halachic" rul-
ings arc merelv using this issue to
Uuper-imposc more drastic rulings
01 their own. the end result of
which would le a still further
[departure from the Ilillel school
of thought in easing the problems
',1 life.
Many of the people who are
| silent are terrorized and afraid to
voice their opinions lor fear of
retaliations by this violent group
and certainly Chief Rabbi Goren
deserves credit for his commend-
able stands.
! Practically, by bis decision.
Chief Rabbi Goren has brought
\ about a closer rapport between the
various croups of Jews by proving
; lo them that "halachic" is not an
: out-moded code hut embraces rules
by which a iinxiern state can live
in harmony. Those who believe
in the unity of the Jewish State.
Jewish religion ami Jewish i>eople
must agree that Chief Rabbi
Goran's perception and approach
in solving problems is a healthy
attitude lor the future of the
State, for its inhabitants, and for
Ihe perpetration ol Iheh tiadi-
'. 'ells.
i hat I irthodox Rabbis are i
'eared to givt their lacking to |
v hief Ral i>i Goran is further proof'
of the terroi ization of these ex-
iiemists who have undermined the
. a dc i n ira re w hlch should be
forthcoming from such spiritual
leaders. It would be plausible to
see these Rabbis emerge from
their ivory towers and :>penly sup-
)oit Rabbi Goren in his just and
Jew Ish decisior..
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Friday, December
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By RABBI Tlitoi: n. STERN
Jacob (. Cuiien
Coimnualtj Synagogue
The book oi (jenesis is being
closed on this Sabbath with the
portion of 'vayechi*' which tolls
us the life and
the testament of
Ja oh. With it
we close the
chapter of the
fundamental is-
sues of the crea-
tion that must
ttaty t.i begin at th.' beginning and
not ni' ely he Satisfied to take up
i:i the mijdlo. Yes. we can and
we must became the fathers of
Ux RABBI SA.Mt KI-.i. I <>.\
What is a Hat Vomi?
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA
TICN. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox, i
I Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
-
ANSH-E EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative Cantor Sol Pakowitz
owitz. Cintor Nico Fr-idmjn
. I '.''."'-', .S:l:' i' '" Hninnliij s '.
"' Mr
The term Dal Y.onii" means BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
Daily Lea;." This refers to a leaf Dr s """ R'f- R>>> Her.
bert Baumgard
i'i lda> v::n pin.. Rabbi
in- ili. in.
our generation. We must create
and not just be created, we must: of two pages in the Talmud.
lead and nut just follow. We must The lamias Rabbi .Meyer Sha- "'" N"!,l
cane out new road- of life. True, piro, the head ol the Yeshiva inl"1 '""f"
we must not discard the old. but Lublin, inaugurated a practice of
.ve must also replenish it with th.- having people study one leaf of a
'"'" Talmudic tractate every day. The
Babylonian Talmud could thus be
completed in about seven years.
This was done to encourage the
'..it\ A! III.1 1
"A* A Hrlv-
Mltzvah: Michael
.Mr.-.. Murra) Hi-i'Ktik
NER TAMID (Temple). 80th V
Tatum Waterway. Con,,,J
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor i
ward Klein.
.fc'rWiij S:is |, in in ,
m.z "ill h.n,- .,~ |u.
Tin- Jolly Rraxon uml i
I:. riii. "
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Av..
Conservative. r.aoUl Irving A. Wein- ]
art. C .i-tor William W Lipson. 4
l-*ri.i;i\- (ni Coral Way Sanctuary).
1:30 n.m. Ral Mltsvab: Mori Beth.
daughter oi Mr. and JUtb. Am.....
.Mi.k<-ls<.ii. Saturday (aI rural Way
Sanctuary) :> a.m., liar Mltivah: Jef-
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonit, Dr
! thodox. Rabbi Ph.neas websri
: Cantor Leo Radin
Jewish community to involve it- kZu>'" "' *"' ''""' '"^ ,':''".....
self in the study of the Holy Tal-1
mi
The Torah with all its commen-
taries i- not a closed book. The
hook of Genesis is NOT close,I.
include the spir- We too, have the privilege to be-
Itual and ethical come a co-author of life and ol
formation, the great revelation at Sinai.
ItT"rust that My recent pilgrimage to Israel I munities all over "the world: j B^T0HerKOTa^tHon;,l01Rasb^l *
God formed man | fortified my faith that we mu-ti1 n" Israel. piro. cantor Leon segai. e
it is man that k J! t S f* i ,""' 5 lE?*. ?T !f "*?. "V" Sin tne <*<* began on a cer-' ffSBa/'^SS: %T &?'-&
t is man that keeps (He clay to- in- problems of the day. If we' tain rtav the nfsYvi vCa th i ,,Z I Ho.....' Tn" l,M in Hemlny:-. fol-
were brave enou-h to latho.- a! !? ?" ,ha, Jews 'cd by One* Hhabbal homed by Mr
were oia\e enou n to lather a I throughout the world could be J* '"'......> honor oi lib. father.
hectacks.it country we must be within theitudvinc the same loaf on thr. I rv,n* '-u,,i"- "* celebrating hi*
Is he that fortifi-s with fire and framework of Torah and tradition Z&y TO,T led to a ,"r,h,l"v-
tests it in heat and in cold. It is to give her life, a Torah life based! STtS Oun v to Jews alii BETH TOV <^W MM sw ,t
man that is testing him^lf against | not only upon the yeaterday -. over the world X.^omemiitoJ! tL&SSSrZj&HOF;
' th0;in the study of the Holy Talmutl i KV!!I",V vl:' "'" ,u'hhi niarts* Hut.. I
future which I ."'" bav* us his xcrmon topic: c..i-
What is a "Hadran?"
Technically, the word "hadran"
Louise Wise Chapter Meets Iis an Ara,11aic word coming from
the root meaning "to return."
din
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER I
Collina Ave. Rabbi Sad. Nahmut
Kabki Stem
tether as a container for his spirit
It Ls he that rerairs the
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. IS
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi '.vrjlM
Groner.
*
nud on a daily taafe'ThTs'praT I S? EJWtiJSS*?9- r,h6 I ^T^Sy^S'cCSl
lice SOOtl spread to matlV Jewish ---------- tive Rabbi Emmet Allen Frank Ci
tor Murray Yavneh.
-
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFAH
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St.. M
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mo
decai Chaimovita.
NoerN mho,;: uach
ADATH VESHURUN (Temple,. |
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Coner
tlve. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Ci
tor Rruv.in tc.kh.iu-;
lhe voiy obstacles which he pro- upon the Uoyo Hove V'Yihye. the ;,
duces.
past, present and
spells "eternity."
I he 1,00k o: Genesis nresents us !
with the father creator imaue. The
Image of action, with anything
ttat fallow* is only a reaction. We I*b Why Chapter ot Amcr-, Therc Ls a fomiula vvhich ,
in the foUowing books and out of.! '> *wl* Congress will hold its (.ited aft|,r ||)o toni,)letion
hooks become the "children of 'a* rnonthly meeting of the yeai
Israel" and as such >t is expected Thursday, Dee. 28. at 11:45 a.m.
of us to ho "good children" to in lne Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Binah
follow the rules an.l the patterns' Barnett "ill preside at the lunch-
eon meeting. Marie Syrkln's hook
entit'eil "Gokla Mcir. Leader of
Israel." will be reviewed by Mil-
dred Giventer.
of life caned out for us by the
"fathers" of our people.
is ro-
of a
tractate in the Talmud which
starts with the word "hadran" and
expresses the anticipation that "we
will return unto you."
leare rUudentx' Home.....iiln* Babbatb."
followed by .....k Shahbal boated by
-Mr. .iii.l Mm. M.ix II. If..r iin.l Air. and
Mi-. U'.'l Itoaenthal in honor .f silver
weddliiK aiiiilverxary ..f Irving aud
Kitty fllakln.
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami B
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi M I
schitx. Cantor Jacob B. Mendeison
.------a,------
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd
Conservative. Kabbi Victor
Zwellmg. Cantor JacK Lerner.
Basically there is nothing wrong
with it if wo are r mtent to remain
a xerox, a good one indeed and if
we intend to become a coyiy-ma-
chine of life I personally believe
that thev" is much more to h ex-
pected of us as the "children of
Israel."
Film Sponsored By YM-YWHA
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ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Mi. Ralph P. Kinasley. Cantor lrv<
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Joseph R. Narot. t 10 Prtday S:l.". p.m.. Kernion l
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th Baltiniay l":;n a.m.. Hal MHm
St. Conservative. Rabbi t-aol J. J Slephnille, dauKhter ..r Mi uml v
Bender. Cantor Nthan Parnass. 11 Maurtee X. Swift
Friday, :. |..ni R-1S em Rnbbl Ueiid-
pr"a aermnn will be: "I.lrlna Life To
M"H l"ulle-l S:lli|r.l:.v St.". a in
"Portion ef tin- Week."
An "oldie but goi die" movie is
being sponsored by the YM-YWHA
of Greater Miami at 8 p.m. Tues-
'iv in the Golden Key room. 8500
SW 8th St. Refreshments :m cializing win fo'iow the showing
Each generation has a sacred I of tr-o featured film.
OR OLOM (Temple- 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. labbi Elliot
Winogr.-.J. Cantor N ehouda Bin v.-.-
min. 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami!
Ave. Conservative. RqLbi Maurice
Klein. -^ i
I'riil.iy S:l3 p.m., aermon topic: "Only
Human The Eternal Alibi Satur-
day r a.m.. Bar Mltcvah: Michael, aon

. Hi
rCvttbim'ciif *selt
evssiott
v,
rograntt
Dae. 84,
in i-. '. t
Bfee. :
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Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
i Hep. at. .1 on Ch. 2. i:30 p.m.i
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
T lie: "Conversation and God"
Guests: Mrs. Luis Zapoloon and Rev. Lloyd v.. Knox
Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Ilo-t: Rabbi David Raab. Temple Beth Raphael
Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Topic: "The til4th Mitzvah"
Host: Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal.
Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami
..
The significance of this formula
is that a Jew i- made to feel that
when he finishes a tractate of th(
Talmud he has not yet mined all
the treasure of understanding
that is to bo derived from the
particular tractate. His study,
therefore, is never completed. He.
thus, pledges to himself and to
the world that he will some day
return to study the tractate again, j "' -Mrs '''"-v "u'ke.
The tern: "hadran" has also
been used to indicate the special
lecture which the teacher or the
rabbi delivers at the end of the
completion of a tractate. Some
connect the word "hadran" to the
word "hod" which means glory.
This means that the repeated study
of the Talmudic tractate brings
glory to the individual who studies
it in an academic sense.
(c). li'Ti' Jewish Telegraphic Agancy)
Popper Replaces
Briekman As City
Food Inspector
Sol Popper, assistant tO the AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave
Miami Reach citv manager, has I Orthodt"<- "<">>. Sheldon m. Ever.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18*51
"th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
Caplan.
YOUNG ISnAEl OF GREATER N
AMI. 990 NE 171st St Orti-oas
Rabbi Zalman Kossowsky.
CUftAl CABlli
JUOEA (Temolei. 5500 Granarii B.
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper.
r-'rhlay p;13 b.m., "fiiion" IVi
I-...;.. Sermon bj Italibl I\I|i|t,
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Z.ieior.i Av
Conservative. Rabbi M.ixwell
Ber0er. Cantor P. HiMel Brumivi
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SYNOPSIS Of THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayechi
"Ami Jacob lived in the land of Egypt seventeen years ."
(Chapters 47:28-50:26)
LAST YEARS OF JACOB Jacob reached the ripe old
age of 147. A- the end of his life was approaching, he sent for
Joseph and male him swear that lie would not bury him in Egypt
but in the Land of Canaan, in the resting place of his fathers.
Jacob became very ill and Joseph went to visit him with his two
sons. Manasseh and Ephraim. The dying patriarch blessed Joseph
and his sons claimed Ephraim and Manasseh as his own.
BLESSING OF JACOB Jacob now called all his other
sons to his bedside. In prophetic words, he summed up their per-
sonal qualities and predicted their future destinies. After enjoin-
ing his sons once again to bury him in the Cave of Machpelah
where Abraha n, Sarah, Isaac Rebekah and Leah had been burled,
Jacob died. Joseph ordered that the body la? embalmed and
mourning was observed for 70 days. Then, with Pharaoh's per-
li and all his biethn n together with the elders of
and Egypt and a military retinue, carried Jacob's body
into Canaan to bury him.
DEATH OF JOSEPH-On their rett
brothers.
been named acting kosher meat
I insjiector !i place of suspended
, Frank Briekman. Acting Citv
Manager Frank S|>ence announced
N)th the suspension of Mr. Brick
man and the appointment of Ml.
Popper.
ZION (Temple). 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Helfman. 1
rri.l.iy R |. in. Bal Mltsvah: Rvjrlna,
daujrhter of Mr and Mm. Karl ln-i.--
mm: aermon topic: A Though! Which
l-lnarera." Halurda; :. urn liar Mlts-
vah: Robert, *on ot .\n and Mra.
Steven Sack a. Sermon topic; Si-drali
..f the Week.
TIP_._U ..'SJifffL % oc, I MOGAN DAVID CO'GR
?iu f JACOB (Temple). 951 E. 9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Ra>,
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi N- Isaac D Vine
than Zolondek. 1$ I
Friday 8:18 p.m.. Itahbl Nathan Y.-
londek ivlll have a* hla oermon topic:
y.iuiik and Old Oo Together." ^^..
NORM MIAMI BETH ISRAEL (Temple) 71 I V,
BENTEH ?*f CONOCAT,ON. 2225 8Sm.nl. ^a^to^raunce^Neu^ 1
NE 121st St. Conservative. R.ibbi ___
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakl.inri P.ir
' r, !r,C >'" 35; B,vd- (Reform). Rabbi Arthur j
! I '."".''""" ,ra...... "f ABrm- Cantor Jerome Klement. 4
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 6
NW 9th St.
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 1th A
Conservative. Rabbi Morns A Skop,
Cantor Jacob J. Renter
Friday Kris p.m., Rabbi >i i
Renter m ill have a* mieatu Ml
iii"n K. mini. in. |>i Muni-li- K.u
'''" ^i.oi Immlarunta) Satunl \
a.m.
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snfsnt
fOPT LAUDtRDAlt
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Sviir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches 19
BETH RAP,HAEL*Temple). 1S46 Jef.
terson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20.
Mr. Popper is a member of tin beth sholom '(Tempi*). 4144 cha*e
oxecuti\0 comniittc of the i Ave- Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser. 21 I
BEJ^ TFILAH. 935 ""Euclid Ave. Or.!
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
SKy. ^
HAIL AND All
HA' LANDALE JEWISH
(Conservative). 416 NE
Jacob Danziger.
'ES'TEI
8th AvI
E. Schwartz. C.intd
Greater Miam- Hebrew Academ-
and an officer of the Miami Beacr.
school's Abba organization,
Mr. Briekman pleaded not guilt-
to the Federal grand jury eharg
that he extorted S4(X1 from a N'e\
York meat packer before U. S.
Magistrate Peter Palermo.
Appointed to the ci y position
in 195.'!. Mr. Briekman. who Served
;.s the only enforcement authority
HOUYrVOOD
BETH EL Cemplei. 1351 S. 14tn
Reform. R ibbi Samuel Jaffe
r---.imi.| .l.ifl',- u,|| v,..,!< ,,.
'-,.
BErT^.Y0SEPH CHAIM CONGREGA.
TION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-a
CUBAN HEBREw'cONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig.
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave..
Rabbi Meir Masl.ah Melamed. 23.A
for Jewish dietarv laws in Florida I EMA,N.U"ELr. (Ten,P|e>- 1701 w.--hing. Canto
history, described .he charge, Ut^gSZSr&JS? ^ TMf>L
akainst him as "ridit j'ous l,.!'l-M ''"'" ><" r>r. in-ina i.-i,,,.,.,, 310 s
We Relieve In A Ai.--i.iir--, fi:
n> "ii.L- Shahbal hosted bv Mi
ah- '' i.ti Henry in honor
aiiiiiveraary and Mis. rlenrvr birth
day. Tuesday 1:::.. p.m rolleR. kiu
denta are Invited f..r H -ran -
I with Rabbi Jafffe in th,- v,,uih Iouiik
i 'if the temple
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 4601 Ar
t'-ur St. Conservative. Rabbi Mortonl
b.alavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 46|
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnron SL
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraur.. 47
urn to Egypt, Joseph's
"n.theis. afraid that Joseph -ouJd avenge himself on them
sougM Ms pardon for their past misdeeds. This thev said was in
< nnee with the expressed wi-b ol their father',,,, his death
: '"!''- lured 1 hem that ho
iis death
no longer bore auv grudze
inst them. Jmph survived M. f^rier by 54 year, Before he
" at the age ol 110, he mad:- the people take an oath to carry
J :,':"'''- ';! them "l",'> Ck>d brought thorn back to the
nromired land Joseph's body was embalmed and placed in a
sarcopha
Fershko Presents Recital
Shmuel Fershko. Israeli con-
ductor, composer and concert
pianist, presented a piano recital
ibis week at the post-Chanukah
bruncheon of the Sisterhood of
Temple Beth Sholom. In addition.
tin Children enrolled in the
temple's kindergarten entertained
with a series of songs under the
direction of Anita Konelle, and
presented a Chanukah skit, accord-
ing to Mis. Irving Miller, vice,
president in charge of program- '
ing. ;
' '.;;''> v::n ,,.i I,,-, in-in, ..,,,-,,
"ill apeak on: a Walk in The
Unlit Baturdav :1 ni The Weekly
Portion nf the Bible).
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pine Tree
pr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
E BETH AHM. Conservative,
310 SW. 62nd Avenue. Hollywood.
Riabbi Salomon Benerroch.
TEMPLE SOLEL
Thomas Street,
Robert Frazin.
(Liberal)
Hollywood.
5001
Rabbi
Gross.
25
MIKAMAR
CONG. AN-NELL (Branch of Hebrew 'SRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 35th 9t.
Academy). 7th St. and Meridian
Aye. orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Ben-
H,,,el- ____#_ 25-A
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washinqton Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Engel. 2t
KNESETH ISRAEL.7415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
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MENORAH (Tempre), 20 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Dratin!
Cantor Abraham Koster. 43
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
17 TEVETH
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December 22, 1972
"tJenisti fhrkMaun
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'Vacation Kaleidoscope'
Planned By Central 'V
\. Vacation \aIcidos: >".> ol
in keep children but)
i the school h ilidays, i |
n. offered by the Young Alert'* j
(1 Young Women's Hebrew As-
iaii hi o! Greater Miami.
0;i' :oor Rames. treasure hunts j
and ii i,i'' "Y" for youngsters in
. K-2 and 3rd through 6th
.....vies thrown in as an extra
inaction.
liv vacation KaleMo* ope gets
Thui -'lay at 9 a.m. an.I
- the l'nl' >wi'-" ln\ fro-"
lo 4 a.m. The activities will
iicK i... again Tuesrio and will
wttlmte through F.rfday, I> from '.' a..n. until J I).m.
Each o! the vacation flays will
be loaded with activities In keep
the youngsters busy and insure
their having fun. All children
phould bring their lun?h for ea h
day. Drinks and snacks will he
provided by the "Y."
An entirely dependable group
i.f "Y" stall members with experi-
ence and training in dealing with
children will supervise the lun
and games. For further informa-
tion call Al'an Jn-t al the "Y."
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latlon growth "well under 2'-
probably around 1.894."
The combined overall rate of
population growth today is
therefore most probably under
1.7'. a year. The rate is also com-
ing down by about .ITS each
Near.
IF THIS goes on (which ma\
not hap|>en. of course i China
Should e,.nttia'lv have rate
oi population growth nol Car
from that of Japan. And Japan
is pi.\ considered the model for
all Asia.
\bo\l\ the other si of tin
balance sheet. I talked with both
i he prime minister and the obvi-
0 islj ible and conservative head
i,l the agi iculture bureau in the
.Mni-!'> ni a I ilture 'ill F '
estry, Clv-n" Chung. No doubl
in cause d!' Mao Tse-tung's prin-
ciple "Agriculture Is the f<> tnda
ti n; Industry, the suoerstruc-
tuiv" the Chinese record con-
trasts amazinvly with of'er
Communisl agricultural records.
IN THE 10 years from L961
to 1971. grain output the reai
heart of the mailer increased
year by year. The old per-hec-
tare yiel of '; "i ivi-ie tons rose
io a yield of 2.5 metrl: tons. Tlvs
mean! n total outDUl lasl year
of about 250 million metric tons
01 grain.
Furthermore, the astonishing
rearrangement of the Chinese
landscape is only half-completed.
Mechanization, use of Improved
seeds and heavier artificial fer-
tilizer use are all in early stages,
It is nol at all unreasonable t
see down the road an annual
Chinese grain output of lour in
five i.: ;: tons per hectare.
to BK Sl'RE, unusually bad
v i.i' ; all ovci ( 'hina has
e;uis(.! -i mi; n i 'ii' i> this
. B I '" ;,i'
i '. Bui su' oose ihi'
,\ ( '. rate i' c ow "i i-'i > I
,1 annum >.: oun le I
c i '> suci esslully resumed.
Tin n Chinese grain output
ild rather soon reach 4 0
i i 5 'i million ion-, of grain a
j .'in''
Hard experience has made the
Chinese themselws all hut pro-
fessional!} pessimistic. From the
prime minister down, they tell
you, "Wc still have far to go."
Hut it stir seems to me that
the Chinese may well he in proc-
ess of exploding some of the
favorite myths about China.
Community Singers Social
Tlu- Miami Beach Community
Singers "ill hold their monthly
? cial ;.t 8 p.m. Saturday, in the
Washington Federal Auditorium, j
1234 Washington Ave., M'ami I
Beach. The public is invited to
join in Hi-' entertainment, danc-
ilngalongs an i refreshments.
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Friday, December 22,197J Fii
This Week In History...
40 YKAKS AGO THIS WKKK:
IMt
The loth anniversary of the
death, of Eliezer Ben-Yehuda,
Hebrew dictionary compiler, was
ma rked.
Both the Vaad Leuml iPalestine
Jewish National Council i and
Arab leaders opposed a Palestine
income tax.
The Latvian Se.jm, having
passed a legalized-abortlon bill,
received a proposal to limit Jews
to 2 children.
Shiomo Yokhanoff was accused
of cowardice and got six months'
hard labor in Tel Aviv for robbing
a hank on Yom Kippur, when
streets were deserted.
Francois Coty, perfume manu-
facturer and newspaper publisher
"notorious for his anti Semitic
incitement." declared, "I am not
an anti-Semite Further, a
number of my most important col-
laborators in industry and Jour-
nalism are Jews."
10 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK)
196f
Of 90 Soviets sentenced to death
foi "economic crimes" in IVi
years, 50 were reportedly Jews.
Three Moroccan Arabs got
death terms as heretics in league
with Zionism."
The United States again pair*
70 percent of UNRWA's budget
There were 12.915 million Jew
in \2'2 countries, with 5.5 millio
in the United States 2.3 niillkjn.j.
the USSR and 2.2 million in Israel
said the World Jewish Congress.
H. l.eivick. born in Russia a
l.civick Halper and "considered b;
most literary critics the world's
foremost Yiddish poet." died ii
New York two days before his
74th birthday.
Jewish Agency treasurer Louit
A. Pincus said separate fund-
laising campaigns in the l"nite<
States were "seriously interfering*
with the United Jewish Appeal.
The Knesset extended to IC
years the 5-year income tax ex-
emption for approved investments
in Israel.
Fr. Charles K Coughlin, radio
priest of Detroit, said in his first
published interview in two decades
that "bigotry is passe" and con-
fined largely to the professionals,"
mostly Catholics
The John Birch Society re-
portedly disassociated itself from
a Joe McCarthy Bookstore hi Bos-
ton run by an American Nazi
linked to the Society by Jewish
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1947 Underground Leader
Challenges Margaret Daniel
Continued from Page 1-A
the letter bombs.
Yalin-Mor told the JTA that
his group had no motive to as-
sassinate Truman, whom it re-
garded as infinitely more sym-
pa hetiC tO the Zionist cause
thin his predecessor. Franklin
D. Roosevelt. He readily ack-
nowledged that the Sternista
irted to letter bombs, but
ted that they wen' sent only
to British leaders during the
waning years of tiie Palestine
Mandate and not to any other
nationals.
The terrorist activities of the
Stern Group and its sister or-
ganization, the Irgun 7.\ai
I.e urn. during the years im-
mediately preceding Israel's in-
dependence in 1948 were pub-
lii > condemned by official
Zionist leaders. But impartial
observers here dismiss Mrs.
Daniel's attribution of the
White House letter bombs to
the Sternists as unrealistic and
uncharacteristic of the Stern
Group's activities at the time.
A Kansas City, Mo. Jewish
Ci i nuiiity leader has also chal-
le iged Margaret Truman Dan-
iel's version of her father's atti-
tude on the Palestine problem.
Accoiding to Frank J. Adler,
administrative director of Tem-
ple Congregation Ben Jehuda.
Mrs. Daniel -red when sh.
wrote that her faUier bad fav-
ored the internationalization of
Jerusalem and that he withheld
de jure recognition of Israel,
after extending defacto recog-
nition, because he was "con-
cerned" about Israel's treatment
of its Arab citizens and "felt
that withholding this recogni-
tion was a way of guaranteeing
their good behavior.-'
Mr. Adler also contends that
Mrs. Daniel was completely in
error when she dismissed as in-
consequential the influence of
Truman's one-time haberdash-
ery partner. Eddie Jaeobson. on
the President's decision with re-
gard to the Palestine situation.
Mr. Adler, author of "Roots
in a Moving Stream," a centen-
nial history of his congregation
published in the Kansas City
Star, that research he did for
his book, mainly at the Tru-
man Library, refutes much of
what Mrs. Daniel wrote regard-
ing the period 1947-48 when the
Palestine crisis was at its peak.
Toups. ''I am not anti-Semitic.
ever could be," said JBS leadei
Robert Welch.
Joshua Moses Javits. Sen. Jaco
:. Jinits' son.-'' berame- a BarJ
'itzvah in Jerusalem.
Mi she Decter. director of Jew-
sh Minoi ities Research, charger
>oviei "strangulation" of Jewish
ife.
The United States reported!)
agreed to consider sales to tin
Arabs of Hawk antiaircraft rock
ts sold in principle to Israel.
Two 17-year-old Israeli Arabs
Tot six years in tJeersheba foi
Egyptian espionage.
Rabbi Abraham M. Hiischberg.
lirector of the Central American-
Caribbean Office of Organized
irthodox Jewish Communities, re-
ported revitalization ol Jewish
eligious life in the area.
(From the files of the JTA.)
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tions and advertising a.
David Long and Associates, has
been formed in Fort Lauderdale,
according to the firm's presiden
David B. Long, a lifetime resident.
The staff, ali seasoned agency
I men with over a century of com-
bined experience, initially Includes
j public relations director John D.
Whit more, advertising director
Robert F. Lyall, media and pro-
| duction director Stanley M. Klin-
i ger, publicity director William E.
; I lusted and creative director Eton
Creasy.
Located at 103 SW 15th St.
\ David Long and Associates pres-
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education.
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The main address at the Dec.
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V'JewisI flurfdKkun
Friday, December 22,
DATELINE ISRAEL
By Itzhak Shargil
t< '. IMS Jevvlxh Tplegraphlc Agency)
Tiik i:\nu siasm of Israel
nhr>m of tin' creation or a
iimmM'U state and modern soci-
ety motivated Israeli leaders, in
line with the thinking that pre-
vails in tht- free democratic and
progressive world, to abolish
capital punishment. But Israel
never forgot the European trag-
edv of the Jews, never forgot
the Nazi ;>< rsocution and their
systematic annihilation of -!x
million Jews during World War
31.
Capital Punishment ProsAnd Cons
The Israeli penal cole has re-
ta ned capital punishment for
DM crime only, that committed
by the Nazis and their collabo-
rators. It U crimes against hu-
manity and under this law the
only man executed in Israel since
it was established was Adolf
Eichmann who was tried and
sentenced to death.
Israeli law-makers were aware
of the security situation in Is-
!.'! in tho3e early days of
statehood while war was still
going on along the fronts and
a state of emergency existed
and decided to incorporate the
pre-statehood emergency regu-
lations or their Juristic form
"defense regulations."
These regulations stipulate
capital punishment for ol fenders
in three categories: Those who
fire on a person or persons in a
public place and tho^e who plant
explosive charges, incendiary ma-
terial, hand grenades or bombs
with an intent to cause death
or injury to People or damage
to property. Another category
of offenders subject to capital
punishment are persons who
carry firearms, ammunition,
bombs or explosives or who be-
long to a group of which one
or members carried out one of
the above-mentioned crimes and
the militate legal cede stipu-
late- capital punishment for high
treason in time of war.
The increased activity of ter-
rorists anil the murderous char-
acter of the terrorist acts have
again brought the question of
capita] punishment to the fore.
It i> not an casj question -
i ircles quote the minority ii -
ion tendered at the trial o! Kojo
Okamoto by one of the ;.. .
who warned that by not >n>
nounclng a death sentence, tiie
court was Inviting other acts ol
ti'roi designed to achieve the
release of those in prison. When
merciful to those marauder- '\p
are cruel to ourselves, the lucltsi
said. Unfortunately he was >-
en right a few weeks late. hen
the Munich tragedy occurred
Israel Newsletter
By Carl Alperl
Gambl
4 \MBLIVG wit LOTTERIES gal in Is-
rael Oam ; lotteries are legal, and
ish n 1st
>'" tents are true. The law on the books
forbid gambling oi games of chance, but provision
s also for the conduct of such affairs under
riate supt rvision. And such authorization has
indeed been granted to several lai se enterprises.
Largesl and best known i. the Mifal Hapayis a
weekly numbers game, close t 800,003 tickets a
week are told, and it ha-- been estimated that some
7.">'. ol Israel's households buy Payis ticket- regu-
arly or from time to time. Bach ticket costs four
Israel Pounds, almost a dollar, and the prizes are
in the bun '.red- of thousands Of Pound-.
The Paj is carries on a consistent and wide-
spread publicity campaign which emphasizes that
"profits" from the lottery are used for the con-
struction of hospitals, schools, etc, I have never
met anyone in Israel who bought a Payis ticket
for that reason.
mg
Legal And Illegal
Next :.- Is the *porta poo!, known as Toto.
I' Is base I on he p aj .'- in -- as to which tea is
will win 13 soccer games each week. During the
. LSI year Toto dropped ha nlj in popularity when
it was revealed that big-time operators had been
trying to bribe key soccer players. By fixing one
or two games they could improve the odds in their
favoi In guessing the results o? the other games.
About 300,000 Israelis try their luck in Toto each
wee k.
A third guessing game is run bj the Payis
p 'ople as a side-line. It is a form of Lotto, in which
winning numbers have tc be guessed. All three are
under the supervision of a government commission
which seeks to assure that everything Is conducted
honest ly.
Under .similar supervision are the two major
R I Masen David, and the other for the Soldiers
Welfare Committee. Both ol them are intensively
promoted and give away each year large cash
prizes, numerous automobiles, TV sets, and a Ions
As We Were Saying
By ROBERT SEGAl
Attica And New Terrorism
It is now a little over a year since Attica
the blcodiest prison clash of the 20th century
with its death toll of 43. In that 12-month period,
international terrorism and global
violence have so darkened the
clouds of the modern world that
the problems <>f crime in America
and the prisons of America may
appear to some as minor matters,
After Attica, we have had
more rather than less skyjacking;
we have lioen bowled over by the
demoniac killing of 11 members of
the Israeli Olympic team at Munich: we have
watched the ominous label, "Black September."
take its place alongside Al Fatah, commando, fe-
dayeen. Members of the Japanese Red Army and
North Korean Insurgents have entered the new-
international cadre of bomb throwers, making com-
mon cause with Arab terrorists. And in the forums
of the United Nations, voices speaking tor the right
to continue the murder of innocents have proved
sadly powerful enough to frustrate efforts of hon-
orable men bent on ending the new anarchy.
Attica baa Informed us that we shrink from
doing mote with those convicted than to stow them
away in our 400 jails and 4.C00 prisons (six of
which were built back in the )8th centuryi. In our
zeal to protect society from our own terrorists, we
appropriate millions for prison gadgetry and be-
grudge hundreds for reform, regeneration, educa-
tion. We place our prisons in isolated areas, under-
pay the harassed guards, and fight against efforts
to provide prison ombundsmen, modern work-re-
lease programs, and halfway houses.
And most depressing of all. we give little sup-
port to those willing to devote their lives to the
thankless jobs of so reordering our institutions and
values that criminality will decline and violence
will prove unnecessary.
Terrorism has tin icy grip on society. Our chal-
lenge w to begin to break that Stranglehold of vio-
lence at home.
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SM0LAR
A Remarkable Record
VHE ISRAEL BOND Organization concludes now
its 1972 campaign with the sale of $.''.00 million
ol Israel Bonds during the year. This is the highest
\ record achieved since the estab-
lishment of the campaign In lflBl.
"When will you break the $50
million harrier?", leaden or the
Bon campaign were asked by
Levl Eshkol then Israel's Min-
ister of Finance 10 years after
the establishment of the eamnaign.
The battier was soon broken.
fri 1966 the sale of Israel Bonds
reached S'H) million. It went up to $217 million in
IWT. the year of the Six-Day War. Last yea R
total ol $25] million of Israel Bombs was bought by
American Jewry, This year the total is 20 per cent
higher than last year.
Sam Rothberg, general chairman or the Israel
Bond Organization, puts it this way: "It took ua
IK years to raise the firs! billion dollars. It took
us five years to raise Hie second billion. At the
present rate of sale, we will raise the third billion
in three years, or less."
What makes the sale of Israel Bonds tick?
The answer is: l. The repayment of the Bonds upon
their maturity, or even earlier, with full interest
and In American dollars) 2. The strong desire on
the part of American Jewry to help Israel t,, ex-
pand it- economic opportunities, to develop its in-
dustry, to increase its export, and to hasten the
attainment of Its economic Independence.
It is erthmaKd that there are presently about
two million holders of Israel Bonds in the United
States. They include not only individuals but also
banks, pension funds, insurance companies, labor
unions, landsmanshaften, synagogues which keep
their building funds in Israel Bonds, and philan-
thropic rou!>, which invest part ol their reserve
capita] In Israel Bom -
Institutional investments in Israel Bond- are
repaid al request In dollars plus interest Individ-
uals receive their dollars plus interest on the ma-
turity date of the Bonds, or in Israeli currency at
anv time whenever they come to visit Israel and
wish to cash their Bonds,
lies held annually, One is foi t ho benefit
list ].: gifts.
From lime lo time th pr >ss can les
which bemoan the mo litj of public gamblit
seek to prove that every gambler is a sucke i
the odds are always against him. Umosl evi rj -
vey of the lotteries ha- shown that it is the
income brackets, those who can least afford it, who
an most frequent purchaser's of lottery tickets, and
in the I uce-; quantities. One lottery official main-
tains that Israel holds the world's record for lh.<
largest number ol lottery sales tickets per i i
From time to time the police break up a cor-
ner came o! dice, or raid a card club, whose
hers complain bitterly that their innocent
games are being persecuted, while big gambling
flourishes legally. In view ol the situation, an Amer-
ican promoter who sought to invest a million dol-
lar- for the setting up of a horse-racing track and
stadium, was stuprised when his offer was turned
down by the authorities.
Panorama
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
After The Election
MOW THAT TIIK presidential election is over,
we can quiet down and resume our old griev-
ances, During the campaign many are apt to for-
get their old trouble- and con-
centrate on the campaign. But
one shouldn't forget his old trou-
bles. After all, they must be
friends or they wouldn't have
stuck to us SO long.
Ibis i- a goo.l time to talk a
little bit about President Wciz-
mann, the first President, the
George Washington of Israel, be-
cause its his birthday this month. Next year In
November, there will, of course, be more ado about
him because 197:: will mark the centennial of his
birth.
The career ol Weizmann in many ways paral-
lels that of Washington. Washington was the unani-
mous choice of all for President. His Cabinet re-
flected this unanimity. The Federalist Alexander
Hamilton was a member or Washington's Cabinet
as wa< tiie Democrat Thomas Jefferson.
Weizmann too was the unanimous choice. It is
true thai for a time Bcn-Gurion flirted with the
hop,' that Einstein would accept the PresH :ncy of
Israel, but Einstein didn't want the job. Once
Einstein was out, the cfaokae or Weizmann was
Inevitable. If an election had been held, there is
no question but that he would have been over-
whelmingly chosen. He was Mr. Zionism, a man
Ol culture, an illustrious scientist, a world figure.
There is one special nerviee of Wr.zmann that
>ve should particularly remember these days, it
was Wcizmami's friendship for Balfour that was a
main force in bringing about the Balfour Declara-
tion!
It is well known that the British government
first offered th. m British colonial possession of
Uganda a- n prospective home for the Jews but
Weizmann \,as resolute!) against it.
Balfour rouJdul understand it. "Why do you
want this p'd desolate city of Jerusalem?" he asked
Weizmann.
"Why, we have had London for hundreds or
f Balfour.
"Hhy, we have had London for hundreds ol
years," -aid Balfour.
"The Jews had Jerusalem when London was
a marsh." replied Weizmann.
We can be thankful, reading the papers about
i ganda, that Wi izmann was around then
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Section B
Sabotage Ring Suspects
Arrested In West Bank
JERUSALEM (JTAl The
arrest of 20 suspects believed
to be members of two sabotage
rings has been disclosed by au-
thorities.
The arrests were made in the
Samaria region of the West
Bank. One ring of 14 Arabs was
raptured in northern Samaria
in possession of weapons and
explosives. They were believed
to be operating under orders
from Svria passed on to them
by travelers crossing the Jor-
dan River bridges.
The second group consisting
of six members of the Popular
Front for the Liberation of Pal-
estine was centered in the West
Bank town of Kalkilya and is
believed to have been responsi-
ble for recent bombings in the
area.
Three weeks of quiet on the
Syrian border was broken last
Gavriel Shapiros Reported Separating
JERUSALEM CJTA) Judy
Silver Shapiro, the social work-
er from Cincinnati, and Gavrial
Shapiro, the Jewish engineer ac-
ticist she married In Moscow
last June, are believed to have
.-eparated. The couple who came
to Israel in October after a re-
union in Vienna, disappeared
from the Beit Giora immigrant
absorption center in Jerusalem.
Jewish Agency officials said they
had no idea where they were or
whether they were living to-
gether.
Israeli newspapers published a
UPI story claiming that the
Shapiros have broken up. One
quoted a Jewish Agency official
as saying that they were no
longer living together.
Israeli sources admitted that
the story' of their break-up was
probably genuine. They said the
couple quarreled publicly in Vi-
enna when Judy wanted to re-
turn to the United States and
Gavriel insisted on leaving at
once for Israel. They quarreled
again in front of reporters at
Lod Airport.
The sources described Judy as
"bossy" and Gavriel as "quiet
but firm."
Falashas Converted By
Sephardic Chief Rabbi
JERUSALEM (JTA) Rabbi
jTKadia Yosef. the Sephardic
(chief rabbi, has converted 40
Falashas, (black Jews from
[Ethiopia) during the past two
[years, it has been disclosed.
Rabbi Yosef performed the
^conversions apparently to satisfy
iher rabbis who maintain that
Falashas are not Jews but
Hamitic black African
ck.
ibbi Yosef himself believe*
the Falanha* are descend-
\u\ the Israelite tribe of Dan
wandered into Ethiopia
iinds of years ago.
\re are at most about 50.-
lashas. some 260 of them
|in Israel. Leaders of the
inity predicted that the
isnas would die out within
^next 20 years unless they
ate en masse to Israel.
Israeli immigration authorities
have been equivocal about Falas-
ha immigration because their
status as Jews is open to ques-
tion.
The Falashas claim to be Jews
and many adhere vaguely to
Jewish laws and customs al-
though they also retain distinctly
Christian and heathen practices.
Asked by the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency whether he
would permit the Falashas wom-
en converts to marry a Cohen,
Rabbi Yosef replied that this
was a complicated halachic prob-
lem, indicating that he believed
the Falashas are, or may be,
Jews according to halacha. re-
ligious law.
According to the Jewish law.
converts are not permitted to
marry Cohanim, descendants of
the priestly caste._____________
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[Wingers Put Under Tighter
iriry Following Spy Arrests
^USALEM (WNS) Following the exposure of a Syrian-
J spy ring in which several extreme leftist Jews were
km members, security authorities intend to tighten con-
prevent left-wing circles from making contact with hos-
ats thereby endangering the security of the state. But
said the authorities did not intend to impose politi-
fcl on these circles.
suspected members of the spy ring representing
'religious denominations in Israel have been seized.
he four Jewish suspects have been identified as members
treme left-wing group known as the Red Front," which
.violent revolution and has about 20 members. Its ideol-
ortedly imported by Dan Vered. 30, one of the ar-
h suspects, from his days as a member of the Stu-
emocratic Society (SDS) in the United States.
Ipg was infiltrated by Israeli agents who kept its
telose surveillance, and Israeli security forces
up the ring when it became apparent it was
, on a series of terrorist and sabotage activities,
led. Its members were reportedly planning to
linister Moshe Dayan and to attack other Is-
red "chauvinists." Two of the spies reportedly
I a third was said to have gone to Budapest
week when mortar shells were
fired from Syrian territory in
the vicinity of Nahal Golan in
the Golan Heights, The mortars
exploded in a field. No casual-
ties or damage was reported and
Israeli force's withheld fire.
The shells were fired in two
volleys and it is believed that
two terrorist groups were in-
volved but were unaware of
each other's activities. An Is-
raeli patrol discovered impro-
vised bazooka shells and several
mines in the area which were de-
fused.
A small bomb was detonated
at the Nablus Labor Exchange
without causing casualties or
damage. Another explosive
charge was discovered in the
town slaughterhouse with a note
attached from the PFLP. The
devices were the first found in
Nablus since August 1971,
Norman J. Kasser, president of the South Florida Chapter
of the American Technion Society receives the Israel 25
Torch of Freedom, the symbol of the 1973-74 UJA-IEF drives,
from Mrs. Martin Spector, who doubles in brass as a na-
tional vice president of the Women's Division of the Amer-
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Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The torch, which was
kindled initially in Israel and sent to this country, is in
commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the State of Israel.
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Friday, December 22, 1973
Bank President Opens
Yiddish Radio Series
Yiddish Columnist
Celebrates 100th
Long-time Jewish Daily Forward
column!s1 Jacob Adler observed
iis 0th birth \a\ lr ?. Peter
A live broadcast featuring
Klieior Lcrner, prcaklool of the
Hrsl Is: .: Sl siii i .iii mal |>i<--
i itni hi 11 Israel Histadi'ul Foun-
Btion, will feature a brunch and
i, iiri the Fontainebleau
S ii-la .
'I:' i! a.m. meeting, sponsoi '
l i Histadrul Foundation, will
l.'in. h e weeidj radio series to he
ii cd during Jacob Schachter's
llo u broad 'asl weeklj
i uei si ition WRIZ, 1550 "ii the
AW dial.
Mi. 1.11 hit. who heads American
iterations for Bank Leuini, I*-
i financial Institution.
has -I'.iiil bioadened the func-
tions of the Xi'u York-based Ki.st
j-iai l Bank and Tiv.st Co. Ho wax
its executive vice president before
beco i 11 president 13 months ago
Di Leon Kronish, national
i .' 'i chairman ol the Israel
HLstitdrut Fot'ndation, also will
: kc nail In Sunday morning's
;: and reception, Southern
e ". a new motion picture,
The Living Wail," u ill be a
cial i -ii n of the mo< ling,
Reservations are requiied foi
bni Ii the i i nneh and the radio
" : : : the 'i in 1 ii' th<
1: ol the boairl of Hi.
Israel Hisiadrut Council of South
Florida, The local organization ar-
'*W.'Jl Sunday's program. Tickets
.i.a. b, secuii'ii a; the Histadrufs
iffice, Sidle 389, 420 Lincoln Bldg.
Dr. Stein, lormer national di-
rector of the Israel Histadrut
Campaign and seoretary of t!.-
National Committee for Labor
1 Israel, will continue a weekly
"i iddish radio program in New
ii.il; ("it .
The noted economist and Inter-
national Zionist leader said South
' Florida's vtpanding Jewish popu-
! la lion, with a large percentage of
those who speak or underatanr'
Yiddish, made this area ideal for
I expanding the program.
Dr. Stain and Mr, Tinner wi".
discuss current economic condi-
tions in Israel ami the various
program) of annuity truats, In-
gome finds anil oilier plans if the
l listadrul Foundation.
Mr. Lf'incr is a seasoned Inter-
national banker and a diamond
industry specialist. Israel is the
v<>.Id's leading diamond exporter.
Prior to joining the First Lsrai I
Bank, he was with the Union
! ank oi Israel, where he was
ui gem r.'i manager. The
L:nii n Lank also is g subsidiary of
Lank Leumi.
Pioneer Women's 73 Activities Focused
On Struggle To Span Israeli Social Gap
Tl e ( to o\i rco no tin
iii Ithin Is ftel soc ';
will '. tin fo 'US ol act! ilie~ o'
'i dn :ii': 1973, ac-
i io a! es de it, L-
kler, who re 'em Ij rc-
a survey tiIp to I
nel h e she Insp rti d some '
iii. 1.200 so i'l1 s rvice
in el that a *i'st new
i 'i m :.| be und -rtaken to
di i- i Increase chi'd care fa-
I S f IT '.:. a- a
i- ol ill i'"; t ie
-i:,n '." !' di wived fo n lie from
ii' the c unit \v. Within
I '" al I -i-t .":i in- a
noi- n renters to a "oii,,rioil it-'
'i I additional pre-school chil-
n '' oi king mothci s will h
m 01 "' '*
Tlii daj care rentei ol fer the '
. the ol families desperate!)
in ne. i oi a second i" ime tlie op-
ii tun'ty to raise the:r financial
a; ahllitio bj 'pplj In reliab'e i
'in.- foi ih'ir pre-school nje chil-
dren.
At the sair.' time the trained
stall ol the institution provides
the child with early educational
values usually unavailable at home,
affot ding an all Im oi lant "head
-\; l" which h ithorttles a tree is
'. ital t" SUCCOf ill fo T.::il ho il'.iu.
Dnj nurseries ca ins for the
child) en until -I p.m. sei \re a full
hot men!, an important factor for
the youngsters' health while re-
lieving another burden for the
hat d-prewed w oi kit : moth -.
nursin i home this week sur-
rounded by friends and relotii -
Often l 'lei red to n d "V; Ij ill
Mark Twain ;' M -. VT- contrlfi.i'
d to the Forwn i for nca-h ;o
i.ii' h fore enterina; the eonvn'es-
(in horn" a year as Now r|a'
-,. ha- >' i 1*1 "i more than 5! 3 Col-
"" In ad\ ance.
His wife of 75 \ *ars. Celia, die '
a vear atto. Mr. Adler '-a- m i":'
13.0 pul lished anie'es, ei'il
la.ok- and two olnvs to !''< erlil
\' ith his droll sense of humor a
at ii of a'm st every ''1VV-
White-haired, he was a familiar
figure on the Florida Wesl Coat
where he lived in the St, Peters-
burg suburb of CiiiTic t for al-1
mosi -"0 years before moving to
the nursing hone.
Two Stakes Races Hiqhlight
Tropical's Holiday Weekend
Two slakes laces worth JK10.000
end S25.000-added resnectivelv.
highlighi the holklav weekend of j
laeiiv: at Trooieal Park. On Sat-
urdav, Dec. 23. two->"ear-olds with
i lassie ho'ies will race a distance
i for the first time at the Tropical
Park meting in the Miami Beach
Handicap. Then on Monday, Dec.
35, older horses will go 1-1 16
miles in the traditional Christmas
Day Handicap.
Racing continues six afternoons
v.eekly at Tropical Park. The cur
'em meeting, being conducted at
the Calder Race Course facilities
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Richard Laster, (left) president of the Maxwell House Divi-
sion of General Foods, receives B'r.ai B'rith citation from
Harvest Lodge president Fred Stern as Richard Jacobs
(right) looks on.
B'naj B'rith Awards Citation To
Maxwell louse Division Of G-F
adio in New
Harvest Lodge chapter of f,,(,, Sanka. Yuban. Maxim. Max-
[;i\. and Brim, among others.
The Maxwell House Division of
r.e General Foods Corporation has
'en awarded a special citation
1 mi the Anti-Defamation League
. B'nai B'rith.
The award, presented in New
York recently, cited the Division's
BO years of activity and service
i:; the Jewish market. It was pre-
sented to Richard I.aster, presi-
dent of the Maxwell House Divi-
- 'ii. by Fred Stern, president of
i
B'nai B'rith.
This special Human Relations
Award was made to the Maxwell
House Division "in commendation
-tnl appreciation for its strength-
ening of brotherhood with a half
century of sustained contribution
t i the advancement of American
Jewish life and culture .
through special publications de-
v ited to Jewish history, faith and
festivals and its adherence in
the manufacture of its food prod-
ucts to Jewish tradition."
Interestingly, this is the first
time in anyone's memory that
B'nai B'rith has ever given an
award to a company, although
many individuals have been so
honored in the past.
Some of the programs instituted
by the Division over the years in-
finite:
The first product of a non-
Jewish company to obtain
kosher for Passover certifica-
tion (Maxwell House Coffee
1923)
Providing free Passover Hag-
gadahs, uninterrupted, since
1933
Sponsorship of "Songs of the
Synagogue" on
York 19-ITi
Creation and promotion of a
series of Israel booklets and
Jewish media sweepsteaks for
Yuban. Maxwell House an I
Sanka brand coffee all aimed
at increasing Interest in Israel.
(1962-1972)
Maxwell House Division prod-
ucts include Maxwell House Cof-
^ oung Winners
In Poster Coolest
On 'Ship-a-Box'
Winners of the National Council
of Jewish Womi rout, st,
i ;" k" program which sends
'" s and educational luipmen! to
children In Israel for Chanukah
bei n announced. Theme for
the contest was "Happiness is
Sharing."
Prizes for the under-10 years
category went to Eddy Witty of
South Dado Hebrew Academy,
first: Lois Silverstein of Temple
Zion, second, and Shoshanna Yab-
lon of Smith Dade Hebrew Acad-
emy, third.
Alan Browdy and Ronald Schon-
wetter, of Beth Torah Congrega-
tion, were both first prize winners;
Carla Saxon of Hille] Community
Day School, second, and Monna
Offenbach and Debbie Reiser of
South Da.de Hebrew Academy,
third.
Elaine Bloom i< NCJW presi-
dent, and Judy Thai Is ship-a-box
chairman.
Holiday Film On Tap
Among holidaj attractions at
WometCO Theatres in the area is
"The Getaway" which opened
Wednesday at the Carib and Mira-
cle. Starting Friday at the Patio
and Carlyle will be "Up the Sand-
box" starring Barhra Streisand:
"The Emigrants" at the Mayfair
and Sunset; Wall Disney's "Snow-
ball Express" at the Palm Springs,
and the musical "1776" at the
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Congressman-elect William Lehman (left) presents a special
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at a "Night in Israel" sponsored by residents of the North
Miami Beach community. The citation was awarded to all
of the condominium owners of Point East for their excep-
tional record in buyina and selling Israel Bonds. The meet-
ing, held in the Point East auditorium, was a highlight of
the North Miami Beach Jewish community's celebration of
Israel's forthcoming 25th anniversary.
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Friday, December 22, 197J
Ambassador Yitzhak Rabin To Receive
Histadrut Foundation Medal Of Honor
National Farewell Slated
Dec. 30 In Miami Beach
rw^
Israel Vets
To Receh e
(lousing Aid
The National Farewell Tribute
11 Gen. Yitzhak Rabin will -
lo introduce .'i new Mortgage Fund
program ol the Israel Histadrut
Foundation to the American Jew-
ish community.
A special, S3 million Histadrut
AnimiU Trust has I.....u autho-
rized, with nil proceeds ear-
marked lor mortgages to be
pro\iili'il lor veterans <>i the
Israel a rnieil services ami young
connles.
I'nits of $5,000 in special annuit]
sts, yielding 8.5 per ceni annual
interest for the lives ol the donors,
have been sel aside for partici-
pants in the Israel Histadrul
I t oundation.
With assets already in excess
ol *'.'."> inillion, the Israel llista-
, drut Foundation supports the
health, educational, welfare, cul-
tural ami religious programs
and projects ol the Histadrut in
Israel.
GENERAL YITZHAK RABIN
General Led Israel
To 6-Day Victory
In personality, training and In-
Licutenant General Yit/-
bin belon p to the genera-1
tiotl who* task ii has been first
n win and later to defend Israel'-.
reedom. Born in Jerusalem in i
I't'22, sun el' American pioneer
Zionists, Yitzhak Rabin's school-
ing was such as to prepare him tor
careei ol pioneer farming.
He graduated with honors from
ihe Kadoorie Agricultural School
in Lower Galilee and shortly there-
ftei enlisted in the Palmach. the
ack units of the Haganah (the
inderground citizen army of the
rganlzed Jewish community in
Mandatory days), to fulfill his na-
tional defense service.
This period was to last lor 27
rears, in which he was to rise
i rum undent round tighter to
< liiel ol Stall of the Israel De-
fense Forces and (oniiiiaiider-
iu-Chlel during the Six-Day War.
In 1944, Yitzhak Rabin was pro-
loted to deputy battalion cont-
ender in the Palmach. Two years
luter he was arrested by the
Biitfsh authorities and heM tor
i vi ai months.
At the end 19-17. with the out-
r ol the hostilities that were
. Iminate in the War of Inde-
pend -nee, Yitzhak Rabin was ap-
Mii,; ileputj Commands r i .
His major roje in the War of
Independence was as Commander
l the Palmach Har-El (Mount of
: i igade, hich plaj ed a cru-
. pai i in i he defense of Jeru-
salem and the lifting of the siege.
Ill tile second phase ol the
War of Independence, erred as second in command
it Southern Command llr.nl-
i|iiarlers and took part in the
'umpatgns for the liberation of
the Nagev and the Bad Sea port
.I Eiint.
In 1919. as a member of the
Israeli Relegation, he participated
in the armistice negotiations at
Rhodes.
In 1SB3. he concluded a year of
studies at the Camberly Staff Col-
The hero of Israel's Six-Day War has been named to receive
the first Medal of Honor of the Israel Histadrut Foundation. And
Israel's Ambassador to the United States, I.t. Gen. Yitzhak R
is con- iv-' to Miami Reach to accept the highest honor ol the
nization.
Xexl Saturday night, Dec. M, in the Grand Ballroom or the
Fniltnlnrbleuu Hotel, the mini who Commanded Israel's Debus,
Force* in the historic June. 1967, victor) win receive recognition
from one ot American Jewry's most significant avenues ol aid to
the State ol Israel.
The top national leadership ol the Israel Histadrut Foundatioi
will bt on hand for the salute lo Ambassador Rabin, scheduled t>
: al f 0 p.m. The meeting is open to the general public at a
nal co er cha i <> the light supper to be served. Reserva-
al 1.50 a person, ma) be made at the new offices of thi
Histadrut Foundation, S dte 389 in the 120 Lincoln Road Build
l)r. Leon KroiTlsh, dynamic rabbi of Miami Beach's Tempi.
Beth Sholom and national chairman of the hoard of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation, announced Gen, Rabin's acceptance ol the
historic honor. Others who will participate in the National Fare-
Well Tribute to the Vmbassador include William ll. Sylk ol Phil-
adelphia,, national chairman, and Dr. S.il stein of New York, na-
tional president ol the llistudriit Foundation.
Ambassador Rabin will return lo Israel next month alter live
years of service as Israel's chief envoy to the United States. He ar-
rived here in the difficult days alter the Six-Day War when Arab
and Communls) nations thundered for the immediate withdrawal
from territorj occupied by the Israeli forces during the June 1967
conflict.
i of Great Britain. On return-
in'-, to Israel, he was appointed
head of the Training Branch at
General Headquarters and in De-
ccmber 1954, was promoted to the
i.mkoi Aluf (Brigadier-GeneralI.
His next assignment was to
the Northern Command, which
he headed Irom 1956 to 1869. At
the end of I960, he was named
Deputy Chief of Staff. In this
role and until his appointment
ns Chief of the General stuff in
January 1964, he made various
visits abroad with the purpose
of becoming acquainted with
the armed services of other
countries.
On Jan. 1, 1964, Yitzhak Rabin i
was appointed Chief of the General
Staff and promoted to the rank of j
Rav Aluf 'Major General).
Brilliant strategist and hardened
combatant, there is little that is
martial about his personality. He
looks upon his military career as '
o national service in the deepest
sense, borne of his commitment to
the welfare a curity of the land
he helped.
This is illustrated by his words
at a ceremony on June 'in. ism*,
shortly after the Six-Day War,
when the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem di stowed on him the
degree ol Honorary Doctor of
I ailusophv : "I retard myself
there as the representative of
Hie entire Israel Defense Forces
. Our warriors prevailed not
by their weapons hut In their
sens; ol mission, h_\ the con-
sciousness of the Tightness of
their cause, liy a deep love for
their country and an Under-
standing or the difficult tusk
laid upon them: to ensure the
existence of our people in Its
homeland, to protect, even at the
price of their ll\\s. the right of
the Jewish people to live In its
own stat\ free, Independent and
in peace."
In July 1968. Major General
Rabin was promoted to Lieutenant i
General in the reserves.
PD. ADV.
The honor of your presence
is cordially requested at a
NATIONAL FAREWELL
TRIBUTE HONORING
GEN. YITZHAK RABIN
AMBASSADOR OF THE STATE OF ISRAEL
TO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Saturday Night, Dec. 30,1972
Hotel Fontainebleau 7:30 P.M.
Ambassador Rabin will be presented
the first
ISRAEL HISTADRUT FOUNDATION
MEDAL OF HONOR
on the eve of the completion of
his assignment on behalf of his Government
Reservations: ISRAEL HISTADRUT FOUNDATION
Suite 389, 420 Lincoln Road Bids.
Miami Beach. Fla. 33139
Telephone: 531-8702
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Friday. December 22, 1972
"slew 1st) thrkffari
Page S-3
Glowing with success oi the Ambassador's Ball, which
sent South Florida's Israel Bond sales for 1972 past the S13
million mark are, (from left to right) Harold Friedman, co-
chairman ol the dinner-dance at the Fontainebleau Hotel;
Congressman Dante Fascell; Milton M. Parson, Israel Bonds
director; Congressman-elect William Lehman; honoree
Harry Hood Bassett; U.S. Sen. Edward J. Gurney; Congress-
man Claude Pepper; and cochairman Tibor Hollo. Ambas-
sador Theodor Meron, Israel's envoy to Canada, was prin-
cipal speaker. Sen. Gurney extended greetings and saluted
Israel's efforts in thwarting Soviet expansion in the Middle
East. The Ambassador's Ball was a highlight of the area's
continuing celebration of Israel's 25th anniversary of state-
hood.
Beach Hadassafa Units
Mark Founders Da>
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Kiiunilo Day
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noon, I'at'v
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ntortain
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v ill !" ;;' I si eak !. : I
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n| the ilay.
Poetrv Classes Held 1
A ixxjti'y for iiii nsui i' class con-
!' every Monday from 7 t<> ;i p.m.
in Room 103 of Ida fisher Junior
liK-h Seiio.il. 1424 Drexcl \w.,
Miami Beach. Theie is no charge
loi attendance.
AMBASSADOR'S BAIL CLIMAXES CAMPAIGN
$13 Million Israel Bonds
Smashes Florida Records
S los of State of Israel Bonds
South Floi ida Dade and
v.rci counties swept past
S13 million mark this week
- the annual Ambassador's Ball
ixed the most successful 12
nnths in the 21-year history of
the Israel Bonds campaign here.
Dr. Leon Kronish, national
I airmail of the rabbinic cabinet
ior the Israel Bonds Organization,
announced that more than Srt mil-
n in cash already has been re-
ceived against the commitments
Lutalling $13 million, and that an
intensive eash collection effort
already is under way.
More than 600 persons attended
'he black tie dinner dance in the
Grand Ballroom of the Fontaine-
Uleau Hotel as Harry Hood Bas-
sett, chairman of the board of the
First National Bank of Miami
mi of the Southeast Banking
Corporation, received the Kleanor
.( k is well -Israel Humanities
Award.
Mr. Bassett was honored in rec-
g nit ion of his own contributions
io ih<' community, to the United
tates and to Israel, and for the
First National Bank's leadership
i securing millions of dollars in
. investment in Israel Bonds by the
financial institutions of Florida.
Dr. Theodore Meron, Israel's
Ambassador to Canada, was the
piincipal speakei at the event held
under his patronage. He strongly
attacked the United Nations' re-
fusal to act against Arab and other
terrorism, and said the failure of
a United States resolution "again
demonstrated the inability of the
U.N. to deal with the major inter-
rational problems ol our time."
Ambassador Meron praised
Greater Miami for having achieved
the status of the third highest
in purchases of Israel Bonds sales
outside of New York this year.
Only Chicago and Los Angeles are
ahead of Greater Miami for 1972.
and the local community again
registered the role of No. 1 on a
per capita purchase record among
tl'C nation's major Jewish com-
munities.
Milton M. Parson, director of
the Israel Bonus organization, said
sales of Israel Bonds to labor
unions, banks, credit unions and
ether institutions are intensifying
under the impetus of the year-
long celebrations of Israel's 25th
anniversary of independence.
Good Water
for Diets
Many diets call tor many ulassos water each
day. It's important to drink the rijtfit amount, and
Mountain Y.illcv Water makes it so easy to do this
so palatable; mi "light" on the system.
When you lust taste Mountain Valley Water,
you'll feel like you're drinking teal water lor the
first tune Drink it awhile-soon you'll know
what incomparably goud water can mean fc>i you.
Only one water has earned nations ide acclaim-
Mountain Valley Water, lust one American spring
has been in constant use lor It id years, the
Mountain Valley spring in Hot Springs, Arkansas.
Today a .ulass dome protects that spring so that not
even air pollution can effect the precious water.
Mountain Valley is delivered to you onl) in glass
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VlfeltCr HOT SPHINGS, AUK.
Mrs, Phyllis Miller, a men
ol the l lade < ounty school I
pre! nted the torch lit in Jeru-
salem by Israel President Zalman
Shazar in behalf of the Israel .'-'',
commit lee
Sen. Edward J. Gurney, Flor-
ida's senior United Stati s Senator
i xtended greetings and said he
would ci ntinue to work to provide
Israel with the economic and
military equipment necessary to
maintain her independence and to
curb the expansion of the Soviet
Union in the Middle East.
All members of Dade's Con-
gressional delegations were on
hand for the Ambassador's Ball.
Rep.-eleet William Lehman took
part as vice chairman of the event,
also attended by Congressmen
Dante Fascell and Claude Pepper.
long-time advocates of Israel in
the House of Representatives and
the Senate.
Harold Friedman and Tibor
Ilollo were cochairmen of the Am-
I.assador's Ball, with Mr. and Mrs.
Gary Gerson and Mr. and Mrs; Ted
Bodin heading the arrangements
and reservations committee.
Admission to the dinner dance
v as limited to persons making
cash purchases of $1,000 or more
in Israel Bonds during 1972. and
more than .10 persons in attend-
ance received special awards for
becoming Trustees of Israel during
the year with purchases of si 0.000
or more.
Rabbis Mayer Abramowitz and
Eugene Labovitz cited organiza-
tions and individuals who provided
top leadership for the Israel Bonds
Organization during the record-
smashing year.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. chairman
Ol the board Of the Israel Bonds
Organization for South Florida
end national president of the Syn-
agogue Council of America, opened
the festive evening with praise for
Mr. Bassett. Ambassador Meron
and "thcr leaders of the event.
Israel's new Consul General for
the Southeastern United States.
Benjamin Bonney, greeted the
audience and helped welcome Am-
bassador Meron on his first visit i
t, Florida. Cantor Nico Feldman
led the singing of the American
and Israeli national anthems.
Sisterhood Meeting
Mrs. Hvnan J. Berger, presi-
dent of the Sisterhood of Temple
Beth Raphael, was to condi'?t a
meeting of the group Thursday at
7:30 pan. Guest speaker was to
be M,s Sara Jackson, whose topic
wa to be "Europe Seen Through
Jewish Eves."
Hany Hood Bassett, (riqht) received thp Eleanor Rcoseve!!-
Israel Humanities Award at the Ambassador's Ball ti is
wesk which climaxed the Slate of Israel Bonds campai7n
in Scuth Florida. From left are Dr. Leon Kronish, chairman
of the national rabbinic cabinet for Israel Bonds who ma le
the presentation; Milton M. Parson, diiictcr of the Isrcel
Bonds Organization for South Florida; Dr. Theodcre Mer: :-..
Israel's ambapsadcr to Canada, and Mr. B'-ssfrtt, cha'rm m
of the board of the First National Bank of Miami and the
Southeast Banking Corp.
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Friday, December 22
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SOCIALITE
bv ISABEL GROVE
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A '< aanb/enan foe Sarah and Samuel Silver.
: Coliins Ave. who were married Jan. 5, 1908. Born in
iinan can-.' h re from Russia, where he had been
ordained a ibbi at Wolozin Yeshiva, in 1904. Sarah came from
Minsk an,i after their marriage they lived in New Haven until 11
years ag when they came to Miami Beach. One of the oldest
l most active Zionists in this country, Mr. Silverman is in-
( ided in Who's Who in Connecticut Jewry." In 1905 the Zion-
Isl movement was born in his home with some of the greatest
Jewish leaders present. Mr. Silverman was personally praised by
C'haim Weizmann for leading the outstanding Zionist District in
th United States, a group with a roster of 1,800 members
Founder president of Lovers of Zion, Mr. Silverman served as
lirs: president of the yew Haven District in 1913. "He is also a
past president of Congregation B'nai Jacob in New Haven, hav-
Ir.g the distinction of being the oldest living president of that
congregation. He belongs to the Masonic Order, is a chartet
member of the Jewish Home for the Aged in New Haven, and a
firmer president and director of Congregation Beth Hamedrash
Hagadrol. Mrs. Silverman is a member of Brandeis University
Women's Committee, a lifetime member of Hadassah. JewisV
Home for th<- Aged in New Haven, ORT, and Sisterhood of Con-
gregation B'nai Jacob. On their arrival here, Mr. and Mrs.
?.: Herman affiliated themselves with Temple Menorah, where
she is also a member of the Sisterhood.
The Silvermans have four sons, nine grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren, and although none of them live in South
Florida, they will be here to help celebrate their parents' mile-
stone. On Jan. 7. there will be an "open house" for the couple
hosted by their three nieces, Mrs. Louis Pallot. Dora Perlma-i
and Emma K-ntor. A supporter of the Jewish National Fund anci
I urchaaer of Israel Bonds, Mr. Silverman has made several trips
to Israel, and for this happy occasion would like to establish a
garden there through the Jewish National FundV
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Deciding that a winter vacation would be just the thing be-
fore the rigors of the coming season set in. Dotty and Leon Kap-
lan took two weeks off, spent one in London and one in Majorca
and had a delightful time. In London, they visited with Kiki and
Ante Rook. Mrs. Rock is the daughter of Mrs. Elaine Shafton
of Miami. They also saw several shows, a preview of Anthony
N, wleys 'The Good Old Bad Old Days and b musical of "Gor
With The Wind," which was excellent. In Majorca, where the
weather was particularly plesant. Dotty celebrated her birthday
t '- on found a low ly gift for her there. Altogether a relaxing
enjoyable time.
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Rabbi an.i Mr*, Kartell Poruah, formerly of North Miami
Beach, have announced the birth of their daughter Shin Menu-
(hah in Jerusalem, Israel on Dec. 6. Delichted grandmothers are
Mr-. Lottie Ban of Miami and Mrs. Ida Porush of Miami Beach
Another princess, ElUa Michelle born to Ellen and Howard
Jackson, makes I>:i\i:i Ira a big brother, Mrs. L. S. Ohermmi -j
grandmother, and .Mrs. Harry (Jeanette) MagiA a great-grand-
mother.
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Newly engaged couple. Karen Lee Reiter and Harry Ira
Lipkind. here from Washington for the holidays. Bride-elect is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. By Reiter. 3231 SW 21st St. He.'
fiance is the son of Mrs. Rose Lipkind of Lynn, Mass.. and the
late Mr. Lipkind. An August wedding is planned.
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Just in time to have a delightful place for holiday enter
tainment. a number of families have become members of Kings
Bay Yacht and Country Club, including Steven and Linda Brown
and children, Victor David and Kimberly; Claude and Maureen
Dorsy and children James, Patrick and Deirdre; Dr. William
Beaton, wife Esther and children Jill, Dale and John; Martin
and Jane Greenberg; Jarry and Robbie Herskowitx and children
Andrew and Maria; Howard and Ruby Jarohson and children
I'am.-la. Jayne, Kay, Craig, Amy, Kathy, Mark, Ellse and Jeffrey;
Kiihard and Margaret Kroncnberg and children Jim and Andrew;
George A. Lehor, Jr., wife Geraldine and children Debra, Dawn
and S.isan; Dr. William Levin and wife Rita and children Jill,
EKie and Michael; Louis J. Risl, Jr., wife Mary Jean and children
-Steven, Janet and John; Arnold and Joyce Slotkin and childreu
Robert and Nina Clifford and Elizabeth Surhman and children
Daniel, Larry, Steven and Pamela.
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1973 Nuptials For
Judith Ellen Klein
And Alan Cooper
Cantor and Mrs. Edward Klein
of 17600 NE 9th Ave.. are an-
nouncing the engagement and
luture marriage of their daughter
Judith Ellen to Alan Neil Cooper.
i Cantor Klein is associated with
Temple Ner Tamid.
The bride-elect, a graduate of
Miami-Dade Junior College, is a
dental technician. Her fiance, the
son of Mrs. Joseph Milton of 805
85th St., Miami Beach, is a grad-
uate of Atlantic University.
Date of the wedding will be
April 15. 1973.
Lori Jene Altman
Richard Waas
Engaged to Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Altman,
1501 NW 13th Ct.. have announced
the engapement and summer wed-
ding of their daughter Lori Jene
to Richard Michael Waas.
The future bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell
Waas. 337 SW 29th Rt. He will
graduate in June from Florida
International University.
Miss Altman is a student of
nursing at Florida State Univer-
sity.
Following their nuptials on
June 17. the couple will live in
Tallahassee.
Karen Lee Reiter
To Be Bride Of
Harry Lipkind
Mr. and Mrs. Hy Reiter, 3231
j SW 21st St., are announcing the
engagement of their daughter
Karen Lee to Ira Lipkind.
The future bride has a degree
in Education from the University
of South Florida and a Master's
I in Education from the University
of Miami.
Her fiance is the son of Mrs.
Rose Lipkind of Lynn. Mass., and
the late Mr. Lipkind. He has a
B.S. degree from Rochester Insti-
tute of Technology, and an M.S.
from Northeastern University in
Boston.
The couple plans an August
wedding.
Rose-Edith Berson
Is Engaged To
Stephen H. Corin
Mr. and Mrs. William N. Berson.
275 NE 175th St.. announce the
engagement of their daughter
Rose-Edith to Stephen H. Gorin.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gorin,
270 NE 175th St,
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Hebrew and Norland Senior
High Schools and is presently a
junior at Florida Atlantic Univer-
sity at Boca Raton, where she is
an officer on the student advisory
board. She was formerly on the
teaching staff of Temple Israel
Sunday School.
The future bridegroom is a
senior at the University of South
Florida at Tampa.
Wedding plans have been made
for the summer of 1974.
KOSt I. BERSON
Another Russian Jewish family arrived home at last
in Israel! Mrs. Esther Zackler (second from right), na-
tional president of Pioneer Women, greets the daugh-
ters of the legendary Yiddish actor, Mikhoels. Left to
right are granddaughter, Victoria, and daughters, Mrs.
Natalie Wolfsie and Mrs. Nina Mikhoels, all of whom
arrived in Israel this month. Solomon Wolfsie Mikhoels.
murdered during the Stalin regime almost 25 years
ago, had been head of the famed Moscow Jewish
Theatre.
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Friday, December 22, 1972
-Jmistnrridfon
Ambassador's Ball
Previews Fashions
Page 7-8
By FELICE SCHWARTZ
A preview of 1973's Formal fa h-
ions for men and women greeted
the more than 800 participants h
the Ambassador's Bail Sunday
r,it.M in the Grand B:"lroom o!
Foniainebleau Hotel. Banker
Harry Hood Bassett received
Eleanor Roosevelt Israel Huinani-
ties Award. Greater Miami went
over the tip in Israel Bonds sales.
and Israel's new Ambassador to
Canada was on hand for the black
tie dinner and dance staged under
his patronage.
Israel s new Consul General for
the Southeastern United States.
Dr. Benjamin Bonney. was a popu-
lar figure during an hour-long
cocktail reception preceding the
Ambassador's Ball. He and almost
n.'l the men present wore the new
look in tuxedos, with shirts of a
half dozen different and dazzling
colors offsetting the varieties of
wide lapel dinner jackets.
Mrs. Harry Hood Bassett. wife
of the honoree. was attired in an
(.'< pant white wool d:nner dress
created by he favorite designer.
Mila Schon of Ita'y. The straight-
I e, ionc dress, was topped with
a iong-sleeved jacket, escalloped
collar and tiny gold buttons.
The charming wife of Ambassa-
dor Theodore Moron donned an
(iange. sold and white, d'amond-
>haDed print brocade with A-line
-kirt. The bodice sonrted small
lockets above *he waist tritr-ned
gold braid. Three braided but-
tons adorned the Oriental colla".
Smashing" was the only de-
scription for Sheila Hol'o. wife
c f dinner cochairman Tibor Hollo.
Designed in Euroce and selected
ty her husband, it was a vivid
flowins fiironivso knit lr.
y gown with matching floor
a:!- [he decollete neck-
l v alsl ard center cutct
w n tr'mmed In long heavy b id<
of ti rquolse and lavender.
" and stunning Mi ;. Gar'
son, '. h ise husband delivered
!' to th 51 ite of Israel
iwn. !' h 11 in the halter
Id c iHete. She toppe l
-'i-'' a tlack velvet floor
h coat.
Mrs. I.c m Kron'sh. escorted by
' and. national rabbinic
an for Israel Bond;, looked
in exquisite Iong-sleeved
' satin (!-ess, designed in New
City. Flowers were appllqued
white velvet and outlined in
- : '' P V-neck and
' were edj
il i i raid,
Mizrachi Women
Plan Oppn House
For Visitors
Golf Tournament Ticket Proceeds
Benefit American Cancer Society
N'": -' Mteraehl Women
are invited to an open house tea
';' ruesdav, from I to ; p.
1 *hite the official -.,, lAn.
coin ite I :.
The new pa'-azzo pai ts re the ^, ,,f ,
: Mn Miltot I n : e '"' :elste :' '' unci'
''': mw executive director for '.'
Israel Bonds. The Ion ,ed
ack crepe autfil wa topi with flon,wi e present t the tea and
local m< m ers
Burdine's title won last January.
'.'" kets arc als i avaialable al all
ni ic !' dine's stores, or by phon-
ing Burdine's Feature Events
l >epartm -nt.
that na-
|onal of the organiza- i
ankle length fring d -; the
- h ch was | with
gold metallic threal In an overall
checkerboard design.
The radiant and charming Mac-
da Bodin was scintillating in a
self-designed two-pie.-, long din-
ner dress. The hot pink A-line
skirt was patterned in French cut
velvet on silk and the white lace
bodice. French cuffed at the sleeve,
was lined in front and daringly
urlined in back. Her husband Ted
offered a toast to the United
States.
A Bill Blass original was the
choice of Mrs. Sol Frankel, who
along with her hrsband. was re-
1 ostesses,
>i"' invited to he
A chai i : tei ire, tings will :
be | osted as wi :i as Council func-
lions for winter lesidents.
i- & t>
On Saturday at 8:15 p.m., Oalll
Chapter North Miami Beach will j
host an evening of latkes. cake,
coffee and entertainment at Young I
Israel. 171st St. and NE 10th Ave. J
The presidium is Rae Bellman and j
Vona Stprnstein.
Cr -it -d
CHal chapter piesident Beverlv
Mauser has scheduled a "Do It
Yourself' arts and crafts exhibi-1
ticn for Wednesday, at 8 p.m. at i
, the Daiie Federal on South Dixie
cently honored at the Temple Ner Highway
Tamid-Israel Dinner of State. The
radiant red silk chiffon gown, seen #
this month on the cover of Vogue, i R>"h Zeilner, program chairman I
was hi-zhnecked. accented with a j of Hatlkvah chapter has planned
iarge chiffon power at the should- celebration of the 25th anniver- !
er and a pleated sk:rt. The sleeves | .. ., Dt ....
continued the flowing line with a |' ary f Kfar Batya' the ch,,dren S '
soft wide flounce at the wrist. [Village and farm school in Israel.
sponsored by Mizrachi Women, j
Mrs. Jacob Kupietsky who has
just returned from Israel, will dis- I
cuss the organization. This cele-
oration will be coupled with a
luncheon and caid party on Thurs-
day. Dec. 28. at 12 noon at Kneseth
Israel. 1413 Euclid Ave. Pearl
Kolko is president.
Two organizations will aid the
American Cancer Societ; thii .
by pre- lling tickets to the
ual Bur line's In\ Itati i ii
dies
the Doral Countrj 111 .
Participating KiwanisMCliibs ofL^?'^ Dancing Classes
Hade County and the Pa'tri wA"round the \\<>il the Museum ol Scl n will be rs" announces a beginners eight-
'ellias sir le-s sion tickets gaod session course from Jan. 6 through
for any day of the t; l'"1' 24 at 1 p.m. Registration for
I.....he third stral h yea' 'ingles and couples is now open.
ceeds benefit the American Cam >r Sponsored by the Department of
Society. Recreation, classes will i>e held at
Ti, tft~.m,, ,:, ''"' Holiday Park Social Annex
iiJTpc v TvmV ":""~ ,,",,si,,' tne Parker PlayhouM m
the LPGAs 19,3 tour and annn- .,.-.. Lauderdalc.
.ill> attracts one ol the largest
fiell; of lady pros, begins with the
pro-celebrity tournament Wednes-
day, Jan. 3. Thursday is camera
day for golf fans and a practice
day for the women.
Spinoza Forum
Dr. Joseph Lang was to be guest
speaker at the Spinoza Forum
met ins Thursday at 10 a.m. at
1234 Washington Ave. Dr. Abra-
The 04-hoie tournament over ... .,
Dorals Red Course opens Friday \h0m Wo,teon ,s founder-director
and concludes on Sunday with 1' ,ne '"'urn; Arnold Kleiner
Marlene Hagje defending her serves as chairman.
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School board member. Mrs.
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white blouse and grey velvet \.'st.
The engaging Mrs. Isidore Heeht
was up-to-date in her floor length
gown with its shimmering blue all
sequin bodice and a navy and whit"
satin .skirt in a large square pat-
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Friday, December 22, 1972
So. Bell Petitions PSC
For Increase In Rates
thern Bell
Telephone C
m 'I the Floi ida
Pul i S ii for thi-
Increased i at< s arc m c -
- : pace with
IBa s ly and to
continue meetin emands for
high Quality telephone servTIcfc in
huge volumes,
Citing higher costs of operations,
i ether with huge investment
capital ci sts, .:n filed
1\. i m Tallahi -
The ii.si lia financial
relief amoi ni in : t< i -" .8 million
annually. Tl nd eeks the
c npany's : I! i n ti| a req Ir -
i cnts. 'ihe two ;> :itions eventu-
tlly would provi e 106.8 mil'ion
gross revenue or about $51 million
.- fter taxi s,
Florida vice president J. M.
Brown, in filing Hie petitions, em-
phasized "the rapidly deteriorating
earnings situation" with which ihe
company is faced. He sought
prompt action on the smaller
amount "to avoid irreparable and
non-recoverable loss of revenue
while the Commission is consider-
ing the full earnings required by
the Company to keep service good
and to improve and expand it
under current conditions."
The immediate increase, he
declared, would bring the com-
pany's earnings !" 8.25'J, which
was previously found to re the
company's cost of capital and was
certified to the P ice Commission
; s ihe minimum cost of capital re-
. red by S n Bell at that
time In order to meet its service
obligations. lie disclosed that the
firm, becausi of the effects of
continued high costs, has never
been able to reach this minimum
cost ol capital, and is realizing
onlj a ti.Tv return on its in-
vestment under present rates. This
letuin is far from adequate under
today's conditions, Brown said.
To proteel subscribers. the
company proposes placing the
$.'>2.K million in effect under a
bonding arrangement that would
guarantee refunds to customers
should the rates finally approved
by the Public Service Commission
be less than those placed in effect
under bond.
Brown declared the increases
are essential "in order for us to
continue giving good service; in
fact, we would be shirking our
public responsibility if we failed
to present the facts to the Com-
mission for an increase and thus
jeopardize our ability to meet
service requirements."
A schedule of rates has l>een
tilled with the petition for imme-
diate relief. It calls for most of
this revenue to come from in-
creased charges for installing,
moving and changing telephone
.-''i vice.
Other
affected
would be
residence
charges that
include some
equipment items, semi-public coin
telephones, business trunk lines.
rotary service, centrex lines, een-
trex dormitory extensions, and
Bc-veral other miscellaneous items.
Kates for most basic monthly
main service would not be af-
fected.
On installation charges, Brown
said. Studies prove that it costs
ns far more to connect or change
Service for a customer than our
the wotk today, but would
re "i the b irden whei e it be-
'ii -." Bi ow n said,
Studies recently made b\ South-
el n Bell i vea] that residi m
italiations, where all work
jpna are involved, actually i ";|
[Re cdftipaify 537 in labor costs
alone and business connections $S3
in labor cists. They also show that
in the past five years, nearly half
-.?'< of the Company's sub-
scribers moved at least once.
(inly customers having set \
installed or changed would be
affected by Installation chart
visions, and the company would
spread the billings for these serv
Ices iiv, i six months or less If the
customer desired.
Blown recognized in the peti-
tions that Southern Hell rates
went up in January 1972 but said
they were "actually outdated even ,
before the., went into effect." This
was due to the continued rising
day-to-day costs of servicing,
coupled with higher investment
outlays, and a factor lie described
as "regulatory lag."
"By this I mean that our Jan-
uary 1972 increase was based on a
12 month test period ending in
April 1971. but that by the time
the public hearings were held and
a decision reached, nine months
had passed and further risinj
costs had already made the m w
rates inadequate."
The company cited several cost
factors which have decreased earn-
The.- included wage costs
I wage costs have increased 60';
faster than the number of em-
'loyees in the past five years),
higher unit costs in constructing
facilities, greater overall sums
required for investment in facili-
ties in Florida, higher costs of ob-
taining capital, and higher lax
payments.
Elaborating on the taxes, Brown
said that as the company grows,
its taxes automatically grow, too.
He said that the new corporate
income tax which went into effect
this year was not a major factor
:n the company's decision to re-
quest a rate increase. 'Actually,
the amount included in our total
request to provide tor this tax is
approximately $4.5 million out of
the S106.8 million."
He also pointed out that the
Florida Legislature has enabled
Florida customers to receive a re-
duction of $3.9 million since March
of this year due to the State Sales
Tax being removed from residence
telephone bills. "However," he said,
'our company should not and did
not realize any benefit from the
abolishment of the tax."
Illustrating higher unit costs of
facilities. Southern Bell in Florida
invested $1,960 on the average for
each main telephone gained in
1971. This investment was (2,400
for 1972 and will approximate
$2,700 in 1973.
To meet the requirements for i
Diore and more service in Florida.
from existing as well as new cus- \
tomers. Southern Bell hopes to
invest about $1 billion in the next i
two years, the vice president re- |
vealed.
"That's enough to build two ';
Disney Worlds, and is at a rate
about twice as high as our con-
struction totaled as recently as
the year 1970. To attract the" new
Seasons Greetings
HUNGRY HOUND RESTAURANT
12305 South Dixie Highway Miami Phone 238-0392
John Davis Jr.. Owner, Manager
Sterling Capital Investments,
Inc., headed by M'ami fi-
nancier Steven J. Green,, has
purchased the real estate divi-
sion cf NCC Industries, Inc. in-
cluding Florida properties with
a market value in excess of SIC
million, it is reported. Mr.
Green, chairman of the Advis-
ory Eoard cf Barnett Bank of
Miami, is a director of Variety
Children's Hospital.
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Outstanding walor skiing program 3 motor boctl new 35 foot ski jun
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O Intended canoe trips and sailing programs (25 ;ailboalsl
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that the general subscriber body
is having to subsidize much of the
costs caused by those who move
about frequently. We think it's
fair for those who cause the costs
to pay much more of them, hence
the new charges proposed."
Under the proposal, the fees for
installing or changing telephone
.service would be related to the
number and volume of work op-
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charge to connect complete new
service for a residence custome:
is $38, and the new charge t-
connect business service would be
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which also seek large sums of in-
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ire in compliance in all respects
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n connection with these regula-
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Tennis
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Archery
Canpfires
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Tether Salt
Photography
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Folk. Singing
Coral Groups
Modern Hebrew
Mscuttion G.-cups
Red Cross S.:.-.: r.r "o'j-sei
' r:.<-'. i Foil Dancing
Horseback Raettai
:>aJers''ip Training:
I -1 Ivi Kr'ting
' tj 5 C.afts
. 'tu.e Study
field 7:ins
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'Stresses the irrportanca of self-reliance
ar.d learning new skills"
Tsofim Unit for boyi and girls lr. the
6th and 7th grades as of Sept. 197J
"Stresses the Jevelopaent of the individual
and ,iis relationship to the group".
Machcn Unit for boys and girls in the Ith
and 9th grades as of Sept. I97J "Stressei
leadership training and suture cocarrunity
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with advanced leadership training for 9th
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2 Riding Rings
New Barn with indoor ridinj ri (
* Overnight cejipsites
Basketball Courts (2 outsiie-1
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4 Hiking Trails
1 Riding Trails
Olympic 2S Meter Sviaaing Pool.
Sarkrooa
Nature P.ooit
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Volleyball Ctrjrtl
Staff C Ut;"c Theater
*! ^ilti v. r-.orir.l Library
>'*.>/ Teii.is Ccurii '
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Spacious Di..sng Hall nd Sjhli
witl. kosher facilities
1j' Mvdcrn Cc*>ins each tlt tUfV
shoiror' ar.d hot ', cold ultJf
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Fishing D^ck
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Friday, December 22, 1972
"- Ji n fall Ifkirkffiiciiin
Paqe 9-B

g^''>^*^^g*w<^'v','>,,<*>l' < \i:k\ mi i'so\
Caren, dnughl r o! Mr. and Mrs.
a 5 n iur Mufson .1! observe hi r
Bat Mitzvah al Beth Torah Con
grcgation Friday, Dec. 22, al 8
p.m.
The celebrant Is an honor -in-
dent at John !'. Kennedy Junior
High School, where she is in the
i hih grade, and is a member of
FAY HBCHTMAN
the son of Mr. an i VIu.
lechl nan v ill i brate his
Bar Mitzvah dui in Satin-da)
morninu, servici s, De< 23, at Tem-
|ile Beth Raphael
The celebrant attends the He-
brew Academy win re he is a nem-
ue of the C illi ct i "s Chili
,th grade, and sa member of Mr- ..anf Mm Hcchtman will
the Pre-Confirmation das. at Beth V""", 'V,'' V'" ", "",, '''" '"""' "
Torahs Harold Wolk Religious h ', \'^\ "": ', Amon
. Quests wil : i'i- pi andnai -j11
>ehooI. ,. ,, .. ,, ,
Mr and M: <. V Heeht nan ol
Cairn's parents will sponsor the New York and hi- aunt and uncle
Melanie Barrisl
Regina Driesen
Mori Mickelson
Leslie Lavin
Vichocl Hertlik
Shabl at following the sei v-
it-i in her honor. The guests will
include Mrs. Ann Green berg of
New York and Mrs. Molly Muf-
son of Miami Beach.

ANDREW s< III LM.W
Saturday morning services at
Be'h Torah Congregation Dec. 23
wil include the Bar Mitzvah il
Andrew, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Raphael Schulman
Andrew is a student in the
fourth gra le class of Beth Torah's
Harold Wolk Religious School and
In the seventh grade ai John l*.
Kennedy Junior High School.
where he is on the honor roll.
Mr. and Mrs. Schulman will
sponsor the Kiddush following the
services in their son's honor. His
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Jackowitz and Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Arbiblit, will be among the
guests,
oi North
,Iel I A
Mitz-
son
the
Mr. and Mrs. R. Pini
Miami.
MICHAEL BI'KKE
Michael, son of Mis.
I .in ke, will observe his Bai
rah during earlv morning services
at Temple Tifereth Israel on
Pec. 23.
Mrs. Burke will honor hei
ii the Kiddush blowing
lony.
MICHAEL HERSTIK
Michael, the son ol Ml. and Mrs.
.innay Herstik, will l ecome a
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Menorah,
Saturday morning, Dec. 23.
Michael is an eighth made stu-
dent al Nautilus Junior High
School.
Follow in',' sendees, a reception
nd luncheon honoring Michael
will be held ai the Algiers Hotel.
THOUSANDS ENCIRCLE MISSION
Women's Plea For Soviet
Jews Held In 50 Cities
Jon Bnrrist
Jay Hechtmon
JONATHAN BERK
Timed to coincide with Human
I'.crhi- Week, women in more than
50 communities held commanitj
vi nts for Soviet Jew'sh Prisonei
ii Conscience. In New York City,
full dav ol events with a meeting
HARVEY RICKLES
Harvey Victor, the son ol Mr.
and Mrs. Seymour Rickles, 99B0
SW 22nd St., will become a Bni
Mitzvah Saturday, Dec 23, at
T< mple Or Olom.
The cel.brant is an eighth grade
student at Rockway Junior High
School, where he is a member of
the Student Council, and is a
member of the temple's USY, fie
eive I an awai d for exci Hence
foi hi- entry in the South Florida
>VA'iwv and Engineering Fair
Harvey's parents will host a re-
ception at their hi me following
the luncheon in their son's honoi
at the temple. Among the guests
will be his grandparents, Mr. and
.Mis. A-her Rickles, and his ae.nl.
uncle and cousins, Mr. and Mrs.
Jules Rickles and familj all of
whom live In Philadelphia. Pa.
& &
LESLIE LAVIN
Friday evening services at Belli
Torah Congregation Dec. 22 will
include the Bat Mitzvah of Leslie,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Lavin.
An honor roll student al John
F. Kennedy Junior High School.
Where she "is in the eighth grade.
Leslie is also an honor student at
Beth Torah's Harold Wolk Re-
ligious School in the Pre-Confir-
mai ion class.
Mr. and Mrs. Lavin will sponsor
the Oneg Shabbat following the
services in their daughter's honor.
Her brothers, Andy and Ricky
Lavin. and her grandparents,
David and Ida Lavin and Estellc
Langs will -hare in the festivities.
H is \
REGINA DRIESEN
The Bat Mitzvah of Regina Drie-
sen will lake place al Temple Zion
Friday. Dec. 22, at 8 p.m.
Regina began religious school at
Temple Shaare Emeth in St. Louis
under the leadership ol Rabbi Jul-
ius J. Nodel. She continued her
religious education in Miami, an I
is in the Daled elas^ at Tern;'!''
Zion. She will now begin to irk
toward Confirmation. A member
of the seventh grade class at
Glades Junior II: ill School, Re-
LEE MANDEL
Saturday morning. Dee. 2.'!. in
Lhe main sanctuary of Temple Ner
Tamid, Lee. the son of Mr, and
Mrs. Herbert Mandel of Miami
Beach will be Bar Mitzvah.
Lee is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School and attends
aim- Tamid Religious School.
A Kiddush will follow lhe serv-
ices, and a reception in Lee's honor
v ill lie held Saturday evening a:
ihe Edon Roc Hotel.
MARC KESSLER
Mare, soil of Mr. and Mrs. le
Kcssler, will observe his Bar Mitz-
vah al Beib Torah Congregation
on Saturday, Dec. 2:;.
An eighth grade student at John
F. Kennedy Junior High School,
ihe celebrant is in the Torah class
of Beth Torah Harold Wolk Re-
ligious School and is a membei
Of the L'SY.
Among guests here for lhe oc-
casion will be Marc's paternal
I grandmother, Mrs. [sadore Kessler,
Miss Evelyn Kessler, Mr. and Mrs.
Ailliam Kessler, all of New York.
| Or. and Mrs. Bernard Roberts and
amlly. Mr. ami .Mrs. Sol Klciman
i ,nd family and Louis Leveiiberg.
ill of Michigan.
.ill-. .1.1 s lil.lt il ---------
Jonathan, son of Mr. and Mrs. "i.11"' presidents ol national worn-
Ulan Be k, 8905 SW 61st Ct., wil s organizations with Dentil
be called to the Torah in honor' Diractor of the Umted Nations Ed-
d his Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn- "ard l!- l+"m-
tec. 23, Hi Ti il I.- B( th Tov. .At noon, a program al Huntet
lonathan ---.ill .-.'so conduct the College featured Eleanor Guggen-|
,-. Ma. evening s rvice Dee. 22. heimer; Helen Galland, vice presi-
dent of Bonwlt Teller. Vilma Hill
The celebrant ; in the seventh .,,.,. president of the United Fed-
crade at South Miami Junior Hivh ,;,ti,,;i ,,i Teachers, and several
S.bool. Me will be honored by his iresidents ol national women's
parents ai the Kiddush following organizations.
Il-.o service, and al a reception al ,,,., Rutman ;l formcr Soviet
lhe Elks Club Saturday evening. ,(,u whQ ^ |H.lnlitlod em|.j
Among guests will be his grand- -'"<' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 'he women.
Plotkin ol Miami, members of the Following the meeting at Hunter
Young American Club and Miz- College, thousands of women
lachi Women. formed a "Ring Around the Mis-1
-ion." encircling the Soviet Mts
Sl'S.VN MORRISON sion. As they marched in Bilencc,
Friday evening services at (a delegation of several women at-
Temple Adath Yeshurun on Dee. trm'tted to meet with Mrs. Jacnh
22 will include ihe Bat Mitzvah Malik, wife nf the Soviet Ambas-
oi Susan Beth Morrison, daughter sador to the United Nations.
ol Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morrison. They were turned away from
_ I,. ......i,. '' Mission and rejoined the silent
Susan eth is an eigiiih grade .
;. ,. ii:u march, la New im-k ( itv the
tu* of JohnF Kenn, yHigh coordinated by tlv
1 where she is a member oi ^ Cmfer^c......
National Junior Honoi Society, .
nnd plays flute in the school band. M,.s. JacqupMne IjOV,no ,
There will b an i i thabbal chairman of the effort stated. "We
,. celebrant's honoi r Howinp, h thai our efforts will result i"
lee s< ivices, air1 a n ception al nil bd i human id :hts
home. Guests will include her to Soviet Jewish Prisoners of Con
rand] uents Mr. and Mrs. Sam cience whose onlv "ever" i--
! Itvak and Mrs. Mollie Morrison, their desire to emigrate in order
to live as Jews.
MARC SIMPSON The Women's Plea is circulat
Saturday morning services at a pledge which calls upon tlv
Temple Ada.h Yeshurun Dee. 23 United Nations, the Human Rights
will include the Bar Mitzvah of Commission, the Soviet Union and
Marc son oi Mr. and Mrs. Robert i the U.S. Government to heh. aUe-
Simpson viate lhe plight of Soviet Jew-.
! Hundreds of thousands of signed
Mare is a seventh grade student nledZCS will be mailed to Sovir'
:;i John I-'. Kennedy Junior High officials and presented to both the
School. U.S. and U.N. officials."
Participating national women's;
organizations are: American Jew-
ish Congress: B'nai B'rith Women:
Hadassah; Hapoel Hamizrachi;
few ,-h La'-o- Con m It e; Mi/i a -hi
Wi men: National C mncil ol Jew -
i-!i Won:""- N'ational Federation
ol Tempii Sisterhoo !-: National
I "nil -d Sj na-
o ne ,,; America: Pioneer Wom-
en; Women's Amei can ORT and
Women's l'.-i- -h ol th UOJCA.
MELANIE and JON BARRIST
Melanie Beth and Jon David.
children of Dr. and Mrs. Ellis Bar-
rist, will become Bai and Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, Dec 23, at
Temple Emanu-El. Melanie and
lobn attended the afternoon re-
ligious school of Temple Emanu-
i Kl and aie now students al the
Hebrew Academy. Jon is a mem-
ber of Temple K.nanu-Kl's Baal
, Koreem class.
The celebrants will be honor d
with a Kiddush at Temple Emanu-
El and a reception at home. Their
grandparents, Mrs Bertha Reis-
man and Mr. an 1 Mrs. Harrj Bar-
rist, will attend Hie event.
MORI MICKELSON
Moid Beth, daughter of Mr. and
M,.. Amold Mickelson. 8420 SW
in(il, si l become Bai Mitz-
vah at Beih David Congregation
Friday evening, Dec. 22.
The celebrant i- an eighth
IEGAI NOTICE
Mr. and Mrs. Simpson will spon-
sor the Kiddush following lhe
services in their son's honor. A
reception and dinner honoring him
will be held Saturday evening in
the Algiers Hotel. Mare's grand-
narents. Mr. and Mis. Harry
I.in in., .ii untlcmlsned, denlrlng; to engage In
Simpson, will be among lhe guests buslnMIH ,!,., ,i,.. rtctltlou* name '
KI.ASII TRUCKIXO in I10R SW
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTTCK IS HEREBY 'il\i:N that
1ANIE SWIFT
snii Avenuo, Miami, Florida Intendn
to register said name with the Clerk
,r ihe Circuit <""iii-i *( Dade County,
Florida.
FRED I. HAI.l.
NARSOX AND MARVIN
Attorneya for Fred l. Hall
sit:
Stephanie, daughter of Mr. and
Mis. Maurice N. Swift, will be
called to the Torah as a Bat Mil/-
,, ... 777 \ w 72tid Avenue
van Saturday morning, Dee. Z3. jiinmi, piorida 313
ai Temple Sinai oi North Dade.
The celegrant is in ihe eighth
grade at John F. Kennedy Junior
I High School and in her fifth year
oi the Honois Hebrew class al
Cemple Sinai, where she is a mem-
i ei '' the youth choii and the
pie iToUth Group.
IS-2S-20 t
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. 72-24948
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KB: Th,- MiirriHRe '"
MERRY BVAXOKLIXA
FKANZESE. Wife,
I: I < 11 A I; I > |i. FRA.VZESK, Hunbaild.
Tu: RICHARD II FRA.VZKSE
1372 E.iHl 7th Street
llrookh ii. Ww York
VOf ARK HEREIIV NOTIFIED
thai mi action for Dlaaolution of Mar
rlage lias been filed aguinnl you and
you are requlri'd i" Rerve a copy of
your written rtefi naen. if any, to it
nn JERRY A. liriivs. nttorn<.> for
p. 0; loner, whose addremi is :"" rity
N'lillonal Haul. Rulldlng, 2", w,-l
Plngler Street. Miami. Florida 83130,
ami rile lh>- oiluin.-.l uiili Hi.' eliil; of
iii,. above styled murl em or hefora
,Tnnunr>' t'-'. IS73: ntherwlae a default
will h,- entered agalnx! ynu for the
relief demande pel itlon.
Thin notice shall he Kuhltahed ......e
each week for r,.ie* ciinnecutlve w*ka
III THE JEWISH Kl DHID1 \N
WITNESS mj hand ni.d tlie seal
,.i -;i ia .on 11 ai Miami, Florid i i
1111> i. .I.,. ,,i Iicccmlier, l!i"2
K. M i k \'riu:i:.\i.\.\.
As ("lerk "In nil i 'oui i
I i.ol.. I'oimu. Florida
11} i- I' fOPEI.AXD
As |i.|,in\ Clerk
ii "In nil ('our; s. al I
JERRY A. lU'RXS, KSQl'IItR
B08 Cllj N'alloiiHl Mank lluilding
:". Wi'Kl Klagler Street
Mlpmi. Pin. 33l3n
A' lorney for Petitioner
12 8-15-33-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AN.D FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-5705
In III-:: Kslatc of
JACl HI il. I'l.VK
li,. eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To aii Creditors and All Parsons Hav-
ing I'litiiii* or Demands Against Said
Batate:
You are hereby notified nml reciulr-
i-il io present any claims ami demands
which you m.o ha... agalnsl the et
till.- of JA< "11 M KINK ..... as. I
Inte ol Hail,- County, Florida, to ilie
County Juiln* s of Dade County, and
file the snme in duplicate nml as pi-,.
viil.il in Section 733.16, Florida Sialu-
i.-s. in their offices in die County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from Hi*
time of the firsi publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated :i Miami. Florida, lids fih
da) oi November, a i>. 1973.
S.MIA FINK
\s Bxi cutrlx
First publlcatl.....if this notice a
Do- 15th day of Dei ember, 1972.
lAiMI-:. FINK FORM AN
Attorney for Executrix
1502 Congress lildg., .Miami. I'la
1^ 15-22-29 I !
c,i,,es Junior High School, Re- ,dent at Rj,hmond Heights Jun-
uina is a tnemhei-ol the lams aim School and attends Beth
Tephlllin Cluh at Temple Zion, ^r S(,hi)()| wll,,v she
and will Join the USY after her [^"Jg*, ,.,,,,.,,. Hay-Vov. She
Bat Mitzvah. ^ K-Land cheerleader.
The ceremonies will be ntn mi- honored by
ed by her parents Mr. and Mrs. Moli^Betn win en
Karl Driesen, her sister. Victoria her Parenteal h. -
Driesen, her grandmother, Mrs. tallowing *J'^nce for ^
Ernst Driesen of St. Louis, close will hos a In 11 _
friends of the family Mr. and M Saturday nigW: at^
Charles Feldman of St. Louis, and South. A mo, h -
m,>mbers of the Temple Zion fam- her ^motter. Mrs.
.. lace ol Syiaciise, ^->-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5P77
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In KE: Kstalt f
FANXV I >- .. -1
'I',. \n Creditors ami All Persons iiav-
i i .ii. or Di mand Agalnsl Bald
Bstati
\ mi ar>- In reby notified and re-
quired io present any i lalm* and !-
Mi Swift has served for many mauds which you may iiav ;;',"'"
tin- estate of FANXi 'i *-! n--'>i-.i.
ears as treasurer ol the temple ,i,.,.,.:i.,.,i |.,,,. ,,i- Dade county. Ftor-
boar(i f trustees and Mrs. Swift is ^^ '>;; ^"IL^me" in duSiu
,hl. faculty Ol the synagogue's jate^and^s provided lhSec ttonW ..6.
Religious school. th* 'v":^,; "-:;;;- 'aj^aa.;
months from the time of the firsi (
publication hereof or the same will
be barred. .
liaiiil :ii Miami. Florida, this 30th
day of November, A D. 1972
DA VI |i I-:. STUN 10
As Executor
Firsi publication of ihis notice on
the < day of December, 1971
DAVID I". STONK
Attorney for
FANNY O. 8PIEOEU DECEASED
mi N'.w Itth Avenue
Miami. Klorlda
lt/g-U-22-29 I
Temple Sinai Hosts Brunch
Temple Sinai of North Dade will
hold its annual brunch tor college
students Tuesday at 10 a.m. Rabbi
Ralph F. Kingsley will meet with
graduates who are returning home
for winter recess, joining with
them in coffee and conversation.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5928
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate ol
SIDNEY nRt'IlER,
Dei-eased
To All Creditor* and All Pel nont Hav-
ing Clalmn or Demands Agalnsl Bald
Kstnte:
\',.ii are hi rebj notified ami re-
quired to presenl any claims am
niamls which you may have against
il,, estate of sll >\i:\ ORl'BBR de-
ceased late "f l'a.....'ounly, Florida,
i,. ii,, County Judges of Dade County,
ami fill III,- same in duplicate ami as
provided in Section 733 18, Florida
Statutes, in Ihelr offices in the Cotm-
iv Courthouse in Dade County, Fjpr-
Ida, within ->\ calendar months from
the ion,- nf ilo- first publication here-
of, or ih, same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, ihis 20th
duj of N'nvembi r, A n 1978.
HERBERT S flRI'BBH
LAWRENCE M. GOULD
As Executors
l-'irsi publication of this notice on
the 1st day of in,, mber, 1972.
TALIANOFF \- BADER. KSijS.
Attorneys for Executor
4.'" Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach, Florida :::'.i"a
::, i-s-15-23
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Friday, December 22, 1972
ItGAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No 7.7-6298
JOHN R BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RK: Estate oi
S'ATHA v PR v \ K
I.....-. .1
To All I "red toi i in.I Ml I'- r nil Hi \
Ing i "In mi !- Ajrnlm I Said

You are h rel\ notified and required
lO i" i -ml any InlltlB and ill
which >. i may linv' niralnsi
late of S'ATHAN PR \\K .!.....
i County, Florida, In Ihe
1'i u ) Ju<.....: I lade i nunt). and
file thi imi in iluulli ati ami as nro
thai an i. n."i for Dissolution oi Mar- I vlde.d i Plorlila Btal
riagv has been filed against you and utea, ,, iheii off......i ilu County
you ai.....ulred In urn-* i opj nl Cuurthousi In Dado County. Florida,
>""' wrttti n lef< to II withli ii months from the
oi MARSH A 1.1 B FISHER, attorney | time ol publication hei
foi Petli i i hires* In < .5 or thi ami w II h< bam 1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO ':'
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
: \ i:i-: Tin-: MAltlti voe < >p
v uin \\ EliH
Husl
ami
ii ItDKI. MAVIS WEBB ...
I r.
111 i I R| i|-|. DAVIS KBB
, Kesldi nee i 'nknown i
"oil ARK HBRBB\ NOTIFIED
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGil NOTICE
s Dixie Highway, Bull* :'-*> Miami.
Plorld the orlftlnal with Ihi
lerk if lln above styled courl on or
othi ru Ise .1 d
\, ill hi ntered against > "u :>>i
lemanded In the complaint tl I tun of l>.
.> pel Itlon I Arnold Peln
ri liall i"' published onci v ll irnes for Executrix
Dat. >l :ii M ami, Plorlila, Ihi* IS
i.l\ Of I ll IV II' i \ n lit? '
BE \T!.h>: PR INK
As Executrix
PIrl publii ai on [il this notli on
mber, 1872
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEW ISH PI.ORID1AN
WITNESS im hand and the seal
of u Miami, Florida on
li i rtai Xo\
I-: B I .FATHBRMAN.
Ai i "lei k, i'ii-i till '"in i
p.i.i. Com tj Plot Ida
BY i: M KISSEK
\- Deput) Clerk
tCli u It I in I Seal i
M MtSH Vl.l B PI8HER
v S Dlxn i llghwa) Suite
*
Pel ler
IS 1-8-15-23
(.'! I liicoli Road, Miami Ri ai h. Flu
I I 5-12
FICTITIOUS NAME
. derslgnrd intend to register T, JAMES WILLIAMS
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-M515
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: Th. Marriage !:
I. M'RBN V WILLIAMS. Wife,
Petitioner
and
JAMBS WILLIAMS, Husband,
I tespondenl
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. 72-24134
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RB: THE M VRR1AGE OP
CATHERINE I OPEZ
and
ROBERT .1 I.OPEZ
T> l; 'li iBBRT J. l.oPEZ
P O Box 2
>.' u\ a Andalui la, Marbella,
Spain
TO ARE HEREBY NOTTPIED
thai an a< lion for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has bean filed againal you and
e.'ll ;irr required I.' mtv. ,l copy of
your written defenses, if any, to II on
BERNARD COHEN, attorn*} for Pe-
titioner, whose address Is 40T Lincoln
Road, Su .-a. Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
January .:. 1973! otherwise
default will be entered against you
for the n Hi I demanded In the com-
plaint or petition
Tliis notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI-ORIDIAN.
WITNKSS my hand and the seal
of -s:.ill courl al Miami Florida on
this 22 daj of November, 197 '
E R l.EATHERMAX,
a i lerk, i Ircult Court
11 le < untj Florida
By I. SNEEDEN
As Deput) Clerk
ii In ull Courl Seal)
i'..lien A Cohei p.a,
106 i ii coin Road
suite \
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorm j for P< tltloner
' < -8-15-22
Hi. Ml \.vi TREK
SI R\ ICE AND I AND8CAPINO
D M. YOl' NO
M \i: riN I'll \P\
l2'8-lR-22 :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-24668
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
' S IK I'll!-' MA RRI M1E i IP
1\ \ TR Ml' !' ENTEZAM, .i k
TRI DY ENTEZAM
Pi It loner,
an.I
NTZAMIDD \ A BNTBZAM,
Respondent
YlH*. Nl/.wn DDIN A ENTEZAM.
AUK HEREBY NOTI-
PIED i j. n ttei defenai t<
i :. with the Court's Clet i .. i d
aer%*i r up) upon Plaintiff's Attor<
neys VON ZAMFT A smith ISI2
., Bids Miami, Ploi Ida
e 12 daj ol Ji
. [hi Corny ainl ill be taken
s- onfessed
1> \TKP P.-. ember l. '"-
K H UiATHBRM W Clerk
B^ KM KI8SEK
l > puti Clerk
.' uit .in i Seal)
IS. $ -1
YOl" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai .i petition for Dissolution of your
Marriage has been filed and com-
menced In tins court and you an n
ten d> -. if ai > to it on Daniel
. Petitioner w hose
address Is loos Conrress iti.U: .\r-
aml, Fia and file the original '
the .lerk of the above styled courl on
' oi before Jan 12, 1978; otherwise
uilt will he entered aralnet >.'u
for the relief prayed for In the com-
i or petli Ion
This notice shall be published once
..i.h week for four consecutive weeks
I 111 THE JEW ISH PI ORIDIAN.
WITNESS tin hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 1 ,t.i\ of IS-. !'.':_'
F. a I EATHERMAN.
A- i" i. i li ull Court
Dade County. Florida
By I! M KISSBE
\- Deput] Clerk
..'r-. ui Seal)
Daniel Retter, Eso.
rress Bids
Mi.tin i Fl
At lot e) fl I Pi '. 11 "tier
12 8-15- '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
D\DE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-6304
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Beta!) ..f
XtTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that s'l"l-:ilA M NOLAN,
thi undersisned desiring to .!>;...:. In .'''''.'
bus .- u lei thi fictitious i imi ol '' AK '" ''" ~ :""' All Persons Hav-
TRi>PIi FAIR \r.\KTMF' S ,." '. '",- Demands Airalnsl s. !
?tli su..'. Miami Beach, Florida tn-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
tend t.. recister s..i,i v.amc with the
uit Courl ol l'...'..
Couni \. Florida
HENRY W1I.K
SARAH WII.K
KEI SON .< FE1 OMAN P A
v '..\ u^v applicants
-. tJ5 Kam Concout e
Miami, ki.i 181 S<
ll'8-l! 8J-S9
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
iN PROBATE
No. 72-5T9*
FRANK B DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In R K Kstat,- of
EMU. A REIN in BR
De< .*s. .i
To aii Creditors and AU Persons Hav-
m i '..in- oi i raanda L| Si I
Batata:
You are hereb] notified ami required I Sables, Florida
Eatal.
You an herebj notified and re-'
quired to present an) claims and de-
mands which you maj havi a* nai
ilu- .state of STELLA M NOLAN.
..-..I late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the Counts Judges ,.f D
County, and fill thi same it. dupll-
catt and ..s provided In Section ~.
in Florida Statutes, In their offlo -
the Count) Courthouse in Pad.- Coun-
ty, Florida, within siv calendar
months from th,. time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
i>. barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this l"th
day of December. \ l* I97J
i P1RST NATIONAL HANK OP MIAMI
B) RICHARD C i;i:.m
As K\e. utor
First publication of this notice on
th. 22 day ..( iv. ember. I7J
Kl'KT WELI.I8CH, Attornej al law
Attorm i BXBClTt >R OF
ESTATE OP STK1.1.A M NOLAN
'' Almeria Avenue
laims .m.i demands
h \ ou ni.ii .... aaalnsl the ee.
of EMU. REIN IOBR .1.. i seed
. ant] Florida
'ou. :> Judges of Dade <'..u'.',> and i
file the s.im. In dui
on 788 l* Stal
' I I:
Coui Dadt un11 i" i I
\ endar moaths from the
the first pul .. at

l'isie.i at Miami Florida, this
i -
GBRTRUD RBINKIBR
As Baecutrix
F -; publii si ion of Ihli ,
the .t..i '.'. embei 1972
li 'TNEY KROOP
v -1
"nioki:. Exi ati v
ad
12 2C-::- I 5-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 72-2J553
BEATRICE TAB
Plaintiff,
vs.
ANTONIO M. RTE1 I 0 and
-MARIA MARTKI.I.O. his wife.
Defendants
TO: ANTONIO MAKTKI.I I I and
MARIA MARTELLO, his wife
(n sldi !.'.' unknown)
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIPTED
that a Complaint for Cancellation
and Satisfaction of Mortgage on the
fo'iowini: described real property to-
wit:
The Weal 145.78 feel of the North
7" feet of ihe South 202.84 feet f
th. North 994.64 feet of Tract 1
of CORAL PINES, r Subdivision,
.. irdlng to the Plat thereof,
.....led : Plat Book 88 al Page
84, of the Public Records of Dade
County, Florida.
}..,s beei st you and you
quired to si n .. opj ..f your
Answer or pleading to the Complaint
upon ttornvys for BEATRICE
TABOR, Plaintiff. LYONS AND
SMITH, r A 1230 N \\ 7th Strei t,
Miami. Florida SJ125, and flic the
Answer or pleading In the
Office of thi Clerk of the Circuit
Court or before the ?c> day of Ja
... :' alii rat or of said
Complaint will be ta u i i fei.1
1 you Default will be entered
ngainst j ou
DATED al Miami. Florida, this 14
da) "f Dei 1972
E B I EATHERMAN
' rk. Circuit Coui
Da le County, Plot
By B .1 PI Y .s HAD
Deputy Clerk
. -29 1 5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVRN that
the underaigt .1 rage in
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
GO-PI WINDOW SALES SERVICE
at 150-82 N W 22nd Avenue. Miami.
Fl. intend to register said name trith
the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court of
Dade Counti. K;
1 EOPOIJX) PINO
ONELIO GOMEZ
12/15-22-9 '
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring I
Ihe fictitious name of
X I, POOD 'ERV'ICES at 4200 North
29th Ten ll..i iv......I. Floi da In-
tends to later sa hi name a
Cli rk of ii < In ull Court of I "ade
.' u ... Florida.
X I. MARKETING .t- CHEMICAL
CO., INC
: Florid ''!>!!
i ;i h Rad, \'i. i President
M ii nak
Al tome) :' ir Applli ant
1497 Northwest 7th Street
Miami. Florida 83125
22-29 l o
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 72-25?56
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
UERTHA HELEN McCRORY.
w ii'i-:
and
WILLIAM McCRORY
Hl'SB \ND
T< i: W ILLTASI McCRORY
residence unknown
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIPTED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has i..... filed against you and
y ii are required to scree a copi of
your written defei sea If any, to it on
ANDREW J. totii. nttornes f r
Pel whose address is Suite E-
9325 Park. I iri> i M an I 8h in Fl i
. i 138. and thi nal with
thi clerk of tl ibovi styled ourl
on or l I in i nary 19. 1972: other-
wise a default w ill bi enti red
you for the relief demanded li the
complain! or pel
This i '.. shall he publisl i .1 m t
eai h week for four...... ut
In THE JEWISH Fl I IRIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
,' said ourl at Miami. Fli
this llth .lav of December. 1972.-
E B LEATHERMAN.
A- i cult Court
Dade Count) Plot
By R M KISSEE
A- Dei.my Clerk
(Circuit Curt Seal)
Andrew .1 Toth
Suite E-9S25 Park Drive
Miami Shores. Florida 83138
Attorney for Petitioner
Telephone: 757-9441
12 15-22-39 1 '.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-19386
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Mai I
JAMES RODGERS
Husl
and
' RODGE
Wlfl
WKS RODGERS
Bast V
Slipper) -i >
YOl" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
M ..
I .: and
you an required to sen, .. oopj '.
your written defense*
DAVID B JAVrrS. att. t U-
141 N w
Ivet ii- Miami F
.< ith the ,
the abo\e st\le.l i urt on or before
otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
in the oonn>lint or
petition
lac ai 21: iHil1 ,i.u. New bank I Thh pnhllnhad
Jfea York are reviuirit to file ea.h week for four consecattve weeks
swp, to th. Pel tton For Msr- la THE JEWISH FLORID1AN
nge Dissolution with the Clert WITNESS my hand and the seal of
ai and servi .. cop) thereof uitor said .-.-^irt at Miam- Florida on this
.1 c I jus..' 1779(4) \\ Pktgler 11 day of December
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIYEN thst
the undersigned, desiring to enlace
in bui neas under the fictitious names
of MIAMI SHORES TV & ELEC-
TRONICS MIAMI SHORES TV.
MIAMI SHORES F.l.KCTRON'CS.
NORTH TOWN TV ITU N
Avenue. Ml n Bl rea, Pla Intends
'.i ret- with th. I
of ihe Circuit Courl I Dad< C untj
Florida
NE1 'N < UTRARD
ARTMl'K w KARUCK Ef
Attorney for appl
14.-.4 N W ITOl A :.u. Ml in
12 15-22-^9 1 '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DADE.
FLORIDA CASE NO 7!->47M
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN KK THE MARRIAGE OF
EAR] H VON MAl.l K HI SBAND,
tXP POROTHY J Y.Nliv'.lK
W|KR
TO! Doroth] J \ i Halle, res.d-
Street. Miami Foi.da 83138 ion-
husband s Uwy.r a.n later than Jan
13, lrT.t otherwise Default will be en-
i sg-ainst you
Dated: 4 IV.sember 1*7; Miami.
FT.r,d
H 1 .EATHERMAN Clerk
BY R M.KISSBK
Deputy Oark. Orcait Court
tCIn uit Court Seall
12/8-15-22-29
V. LEATHERMAN.
*- dark .' u l Court
Dade u- ;i Fl.irl.1a
By C P COPELAND
\s rv^r-u'i Clerk
tCirvuit C.-mrt Seal)
DAVID B JAVITS
141 N W 17 .a Avenue
Miami. Florida S'lIS (58-74J>
Attorney for Petitioner
IJ S-1S-2I-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-?-;
JOHN R BLANTOV
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' RE Ratal
KRSTETN
.
To All Creditors and A H ,y -
mi r Di
Estate:
and re-
OUlred .laims and de- .
> ha\e against
:' < SOME 1STEIN '
-
ids. to th. Coanty Judgee f Dade
and file the same in
-
Statute* m tl
in the Coui -in Dade j
Count) Florida, within -\ alendar
- from the time of
publication hereof, or the sanx
be ba-
st Mian }|k
N. 11 mber. A D
-
at S merstem
First publication of I : .-e or
the 1st day of D. :.
Edwin M Ginsburg Esquire, of
Myers. Kaplan. Porter. Levinson A
Kenin
Attorney for Executor*
Suite S.t lljg s W First Street
Miami. PKindi 83139
11 '--3-15-22
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN T.HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-25139
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
ARTHl'R YOUNG
Husl
and
SHIRLEY JEAN YOrNG
Wife
Ti Shirley .Te..i Young
Residence Fnknown
YOP ARE HEREBY N"TIFIED
action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been fil^d against >'u and
you are required serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on Stanley E Goodman, all rnej for
Petitioner, whose address Is N W
82nd street. Miami. Florida 33147. and
file the original with th.- clerk of the
aboi I styled ci u: on or I I >i Jan-
uary IT.. 1973: otherwise a default
will he entered against you foi '
relief demanded In the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be publish.-
each week for four conaecutivi
In THE JEWISH FI.DR1DIAN
WITNESS my hand and Ih.- seal '
said .-ourt at Miami. Florida on this *
day of December. 1!>7:
E It LEATHERMAN'.
As '" rk C ull Court
Dade County. Flor
By C P O IPELAND
A- Deput) Clerk
iCir. uit Court s-
.man
6SS N \\ 82i d Street
Miami Florida "1147 iSM-SMI
Attorney for Petitioner
11 15 22 -1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 7>-Z3031
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Thi
MART A BOUZA 8QI IRES
\\ Ifa,
and
JAMES BRrCE SQl"
Husband
TO: Mr. James Bru,-e Sou n -
8819 Central Park Dr re N
V'eg Nei :..
Yi X-. HEREBY NOTIFIED
Mar-
riage has been filed again* you and
.. ..... -. r
row ..... I any to It on
PAUL KW1TNEY. attornej I Peti-
tioner al address t.
Road. SuiU 511 M .,::
83189. and file the original with the
clerk of the abort >:> u : or
-therwise
\ u
the relief demanded in the coaa-
plalnt or oe-
Th .
each u- naeci eeka
ir. THi: .' a '.-!; Fl iRTDIAN
w I NESS my hand ar.d the -
said court at Miarr
>th da)
E B LKATHKRM \N
As Clerk. Circa C art
Da I ix
By L SNEEDEN
As DapntJ ."erk
_ Court Sea:
Paul Kn.tnev
KWTTNEY 4 KROOP
47# Lncoln Road Suite 51J
Miami Beach Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
11 17-24 U 15-22 i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORID-
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5929 (Primm.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1 ; RE !:-'.. U ;
Si; IEi '.\ WOLFMAN
l leceaaed.
To All Creditors and All Persi
inu- Claims <>r Demandi \
Batata:
You are hereby notified
quired to presenl ai cluh
mai..is. which you -may
thi eatati of SIMEON ,,
.1 :.it. ol l lade r ii
Ida, to the County Juu.
County, and file the nan
.,:..! .is provided In Se.
16, orlda Statutes, In thi
l he i 'ountj Courthouse in 11
ty. Florida. within r!j
months from the tlmi
publication hereof, ur thi
be barred
' i ted at Miami, F
..f I ieci mber, A.D I
Barnard N, Wolfm
Ri tn W. Madfia
As Co-Executors
First publication of thli
the l da) : 1 mi., r. | :.
George J Taiianoff
Attorney for Executors
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
12 15-2".
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC 7
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-251-'
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Tl t Man
l i' is j miiii i. Husband
and
SARAH Ci'lH" i. W .
RS S \i:ah Ol'IDO
! -" Airlll Hlghv 13
Rivet: .. Apartmi nts Nn :
New ori, ins, Lou
YOP ARK HEREBY *
- action for Dissolutl 1
riage as been filed agalnsi
you are required to serve
) OUr wTit;, .;. ,M
ANGELO A AI.I anon .
whose addr.-ss is Suit,
'.- VYesI Plagler sir, et, M 1
13130, and file the origil al
clerk of the above styled court
January 15. 1973; "tl 1
default Will '.e entered against
for the relief demanded in the
plaint or petition
This notice shaii be published
each w --.-k for four conaecutivi
in THE JEW ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the -
urt at Miami. Florida
y .lay of i h -embar, I 171
E B LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Cir, uit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C. I. A LEX AN!
\- Deputy Clerk
I I '.urt Seal)
ANGEI 1 A All
Suit.- i..... 88 Waal Plagler Street
Miami. Florida
Attornes for Petltl
12 15-22-29 1 "
' -
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIPC. T
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-2476?
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: the Man
JACK BITTERFIELD. Hust-
Pa tli
TRESS A I:FTTERFIEIJA. W
Respondent
TO: TRESSA BCTTERFIEI.D
P.O Box "..I
Nassau Bahamas
TOU ARE HEREBY Nl
that an action f. r Dissoluti01
riage has been filed against ;. _
you are required to serve a
your written defenses, if a:.',
on DANIEL RETTER. att .1
Petitioner, whose addres- Is I
gress Bu M ami. Plor I
file the original with the clerk I
above styled court on or bef
12. li-73. otherwise a default
entered against you for the --
manded in the complaint or
This notice shall be publish
sa V. Weak for four oor.se. u'
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and th- -
aid coUrt at \| .n. pg ; ,
I d.o I
E B LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk Circuit 1"
1 -' ; ,
By i: M KISSEE
A- Deputy Cert
(Circuit C u-: s.-al 1
DANIEL RETTER

Attorney f..r Prtiti ntr
12 8-15-.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF "-E
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C :. "
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLOR --
No. "2-24322
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re T!.r Marriagi I
\ CARCACHE
.'"IN DOMINGO CARCA
nd
TO: JOAQtTN DOMINGO
CARCACHE
1* Ci
San Prancif
ARE HE
Petm.
has been Hied asjahMl 1 -
kertby required to aerv<
-r answer
the P- 1 the Wife's
LETTER ?: -.- B8Q wl
- 1484 N W :"* a
ami. Florida 33125. *
inal wtth -he Clert
styled court, on or before "
of January. 1S>73 or a Default
entered against you.
DATED thL 28 day of N
'.-71
E B LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit C"ur:
BY- R M KISSEE
(Circuit Court Seal!
U i-i-.:-a


Friday, December 22, 1972
*Jkw#* fforktoun
Page 1 IB
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. 72-17308 (VANN)
IN RK: The Marring.....'
I.YIMA HARKANCO, Wife.
and
ARMANDO G.UtliANCi). Husband
TO: ARMANDO RARHANCll
Residence i 'nknnu n.
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
rfr ARH HERBHV NOTIFIED
ihm .hi action for Dissolution of Mur-
i g( ha* been filed agalnm you ami
ynu are renulred to serve a co|ij nl
your written defenses, ir any to li
i JEIUIY A. lil'liws. attorm j fot
Petitioner, whose address |. ws cin
National Hank Building, :'". Went Phut*,
ler Street, Miami. Florida 33130, nnd
flic lh original wiih the clerk of tin
aln.ve styled court on or before Jan
12, IMS: otherwise a ilefuull trill lu
entered oKnInal you for the rellel
demanded In the ..niinlaiiir or Mil-
lion.
Thin notice nhall be published once
each week for four consecutive n-eek*
In TUB JEWISH FLORID1 IN
WITNESS my hi..... ami the Real
I court al .Miami. Florida <>n
tlii- ::" .lay of November, IMS
i: II. I.BATHKH\||M
A- Clerk, Circuit Court
Dude County, Florida
By R. M. KlgSEE
An Deput.i Clerk
H ireull Court Seal)
JKItKY A. DI-R.NK. Bsq
'-....."Ity National Lunik building
'.''. Wcki Klngler Street
Miami Florida 3.1130
'l'i leuhone: 373-OK3G
An,.in.} for Petitioner
I2/S-15-22-2U
IN THE 11TH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 72-253.i1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
.v ixn.t CHKONOWSKI
I'laiutiff,
vs.
!:'SB LOI'ISE Clli:< i.Vi 'WSKI.
1 fcndnnt.
"I". ROSE I.OflSB CHRONOW-
SKI, residence 22Wi Bcotl l.ak. Road.
Hue, Mlchlituii, are required to file
newei i. the complaint io Ini
k it coulructlve trust upon the fol
m described property, In wit:
i "i- sixty-three and sixiy-fnur
4) block "O" Corul Terrace,
'in Name belli* n sub-division of
i hi of the South-half of the south-
i i of section ii township fifty-
inn c-ti h nth .if rnna-e forty 11"
at, according to i hi i tin I (here-
recorded in plat hook u at
.-.7-."iS nf tin. mi: .. i.......ills
I Mad.- County. Florida,
' ili the Ck ; a cop) thereof upon Herman i
'li-Ji. Esq.. IStO-ll Con|rc>i RldK..
H inii. Florida, on or before ihe 19th
da.i >>t January, 1073. utherwlae iudpt-
i:i.hi l,y default will hi- lafcep agninsl
Mm fin the relief demanded In Ihe
nmolnlnt.
WITNESS nn 11. i 'ill ami the seal -if
aid Courl "ii tlii?- 12th dii) ol Decem-
' B B. i.i:\Tiii:n.\iA\
i l.i U. i ir. nil Court
By: II, .1 Foy
Denuty Clerk
i nit 'i.urt Seal)
12 I.-.-22-2-J I B
I'N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-45-J7
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
l!E; Bstnte uf
dlBI. .1 KI.EIX.
i eased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
|HE STATE OF FLORIDA:
I" W.I, PERSONS INTERKSi'EB IN
III-: R8TATE OF SAII1 DECEDENT
ii. hereby notified thai a ivrll-
instrumenl purporting Io be ih.
"ill i ml i,-Mann in i.f Raid lie-
[ has I.nn admitted tn probate
a id Court V.m are hereby rom-
nded wiihin nIx calendar months i
' ihe dale of the first publlen-
"f this notice appear in said
"i11 anil show cnuiie, ii'am you con,
ihe action ..r Kit id Court In ad-
mit ~aid win in probate should
"land unrcvoked
AllTHt'H \\ PR I.MM
County Judge
llj I.' US F. l'ASTi IRFIBI.n
Clerk
I"in .\i tlinshurg, Esquire, of
'-. Kaplan. Porter, Lcvlnsou
"n. yM I',,,. Co.Executoro
"l-M.-.n K.VV. Isi si.
pmi, Klorldii 33I3A
publication i.i thin notice
inn 1st day of December, l!'"2
12 '1-3-16-22
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PR08ATE
No. 72-6081
,.,, OTICE tO CREDITORS
I'll-: Estate of
1^ "ACER,
eased.
All Croilltor* ;I1| An i-,.|.s,,ns Hnv-
, ''"ins or Demands AgahlHl Sa
n are hereby .....in,.,) -,,,.i re. I
" i" present any claims and de-
I'"'s whi.li yon may Hnve ujrnitiHl
eatutc ..f MAX l!.Mi:i:. ,1.....;i.v.l
"i I'aih. County, Florida, to tin-
"ii y Juaxee ,.r I >;..i.- fount*', nuil
me same in ilui-lii ,ii. ami as oro-
F'"i ii. s.-,ii,.i, :;;[.ii;. Florida Stnt-
- Hi th.-ir offices in ih.- Count}'
'.'hi'iis. in ii:l,i,. County, Florida,
in six calendar nu-niiix from Ihe
"' the rim nuldlcntlou hereof, ,
' sam.. ,.iu be bnrrad.
',| at .Miami. Florida, this Isi
pi December, A I). 1P72
HERMINE BAI'ER
MIAMI BEACH
[ IR8T XATIO.VAI. RANK
as Cn-JSxeculorfl
Dublicuilou of ihis notice on
J'V of December, l78.
Iv' 1'I.I.ISCH
|\ for Estate .,(
I'Ki:. n..
la Av.nii"
s. l-'la. fl'M
12/3-15-22-S
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. 72-22254
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marrinar ,,(
EVELYN I1HADDY. Wil.
and
f"HAi" i" !" \nrv n...),.,,,,)
TO: CHARLIE BRADDY
Residence unknown
LECAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IU THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 7?.23709
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RB TUB \IAUK(AUi:oK
l-'KDERIC< i \|i i|| \i i's
Pclltl.....r-Husbaiul
ami
Bl SI I: Ml IR \ I i;s.
lb -'......lent -\\ Ife
bituan'cs
VOP ARB HBRERV XtiTIFIBD T": EL8IB MURAI.BS
l'.';" "l net Inn foe Dissolution of Mur- YOl' ARB IIICIIKIlV NOTIFIED
rlnge no been filed agalnsi ynu and 'hnl an nction for l>isoluliii oi Mar-
you are required to serve it copy of rlnge hus been filed against you nil'
your written defenses, ii niiy. In It mi >"" ore required In serve a rop\ ..;
Ijiwrenee p. Kalne nttornei for Pell- your uritten defenses, If any, t......
Honer whose address Is ii.-.S s.\V ALBERT WII.EXSKY. ESQ.. nttnr-
Fhsi Street, .Miami. Florida, and file v for Petitioner, whose address ;*
the urlKlniil wiiii ih,- clerk of the '' H'esi Flairler Street, in'4 Conenrd
almve styled courl on or before Jan. Building, .Miami. Florida 83130, ami
3, IW73; otherwise a defnull uill be "I* Ihe oriel nn I with the elerk of the
entered nmiinsl you for tin- relief de- almve styled courl on or before Jan
mainiiii m the complnlnl or petition. 1*73: otherwise a default iii he
WITNESS mi hand ami the seal entered attains) you for the relief de.
i' said nun ai .Miami. Florida mi mantled in tin- complaint or petition
Ihis 24 day of X..v .
B. R, LEATHBRMAN,
As 'l.ik. i 'iii-uli Courl
Dad. County, Florida
By It M. KISSBB
As Deputy ih i k
(Circuit Courl Seall
LAWRENCE P. K UN';
S.V. S.U First Street
Miami. Florida 3813(1
Attorney for Petitioner
Phone: o7:'-l?i;
12 I -8-13-22
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. 72-24770
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE-
ARM IM I S W'M ES5,
Husband
a lid
Cl INCEPCK IN SANCHEZ,
\\ in
TO: Ciiiicepclon Snnchex
.v.. :..'. Perln del Sur Street
Replirtu I'la ininirii
Bnyiimon, Puerto Rico 00619
This notice shall he published mice
each week for four i-onseeutive weekf
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAX.
WITXBS8 my hand and the s.-al nf
said court nt Miami, Florida on this
:'T day nf Nov., 1072.
K I: I EATHERMAN,
As Clerk, 'ircull I ourl
Dnde County Florida
i:> l: M. KISSBB
As Deout.v Clerk
(i 'ir. lli' I '-.ui'i S- i
ALBERT U II BNSK V. ESQ.
i:.: \\ piitirli S"'- I
.Miami. Florida 33130
Aiiiiiiin for Petitioner
|J 1.3.IX.j;
IN THE CP"NTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No 72-6"R?
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
ESTHER K. RDSENSTEIN
Deceased
Tn AH Creditors and Ml Persons Hn\
fhiims or Demands Aifnlnsl Snlfl
Estate:
You ore hereby notified nnd re-
quired in present anj claims and de-
mands which you may have ae-ilnsi
ih. estate nf ESTHER K. ROSEN-
VOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED STEIX. deceasd late oi Dade Coun-
ili n....... tn- Dissolution ,.f .Mar- tv. Florida, m the County Judges til
rlage has been filed against you nnd ""l" County, ami file the sa..... In
you are required lo serve a cop.\ id Hinli.ai.' ami as providetl In Section
your written defenses, if any, to Ii on ':;; H> Horlda btalutcs, In their of-
'.MAX A (JOI DFARB, atmrncj for "" ''"",'[> ''.',"'."""-" ','
Petitioner, whose address is lit Wcsl "".'' '"' F'......'' "" siv <-i.
i tin
lime
.'i. ihis Is'
Flu*h-r . h'loridn 33130, ami til. the orlnlnnl rlrsl publlct.....a lu-r-of. or ti
u-llh Ihe clerk of the above styled will be b.-irrert ,., .
.....in......i before Junuary 12. 1973:1 Ont.-d ni Mlnmi. I'"* '
othemuie a defuull "ill be enu-reil ,l'1 "' "',."''',:,, v,.'' ',::.,..
aicainat ynu for the relief demanded Aur,; ^-- a
in the complaint or petition .'',. v
This notice shall be published once ,,. *" '. '"' ",'":' .
each neck for foul .onsecutlve weeks Wrst miMlenlli ... his notice nn
In THE JEWISH PI ORIDIAN. ',-';.,';' 'A*.', ,', .',',"'' "-
WITNESS my hand and the seal of Kl B^ '' ." ,
said courl ni Miami, Florid,......his I *'""'':;/"* .-" ."..;,,.,,
day of December. 1972. r.-TJ;KH h ROSENsn hfN
B. P.. LEATHERMAX.
A- Clerk, Pin uit Courl
Dude County. Florida
By C. P. IRELAND
A- Deputy Clerk
(Cln-uil Court Heal)
.MAX A OOI.DFAHB
At tonic) for Petltli.....r
i? R-ir.-22-29
1117 Allil.'ia Avenue
Coral Gitldi s. Ploridii ':'"'
1- R-i:,-22-39
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. Fi ORIDA
IN P9(,B\TF
No. 72-J857 Dowling
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
HYMAN II (1ERSTEIN
Deceasi .1
To A I Predllors and All Persons II l>
Ina Claims or Demands Amiln i Said
Estate:
Vmi are hereby nntilled ami ri -
iiuired lo present any claims and de
mil lids which mi l mi) llai i
Ih, .i.,i. nf HYMAN HERST ?l.\
ib .used I.ii.- of Dade t'ounly. 1 lor-
! nin |o Ihe 'nutltj .luilc"-- of Ihi'lr
KASSAL, Hynian 75, of 300 Bayvlevf
In- lllusherK. Interment .mi. Ncbo
SERODY. Miriam Riverside.
SHELINS. I.ilv. 7'i. of .Miami. River-
side Interment Star of David
SINGER. .I,an. 7:. m 3IS .'"Ih SI
. .'.in
TUCKMAN, Fannie, 79, nf 2780 SF.
lx:inl Si l..\ in
GLANTZ. Itenlnmlii. 79. of 123a
.....an Ur. I'.lash, i _
GORDON. Robert, S2 of """ Wesl
A\e. Itlversldi
eisman, Frank, ';';. of Hurfside.
Riverside. Iiitermeni Ma Xebo
FLEJSHER. Sam. 37. of Miami Bench
Riverside Interment Mt Xebo.
GINSBERG. Nathan, S3, of Miami
I leacli 1 li\ ii. ill.-.
GOODMAN. David Ralph, '.'. ..i
II.....I NE I lili Av.-. I., via. Inter-
ment Ml Sin.u
MURRAY. Samuel of 1301 I9lsl Si.
Illnsbera Interment Mt, Slnnl.
POLAK. Loult M 84, of Hallandale.
Rlvi rside
COHEN. Max. SL'. of I"I4 Euclid Av.
Blasbeiv.
FEINBERG. Lillian. IS. of l14 Wesl
Ai. niashcrfi.
GLOTZER. Jacob, "i. nf l2:!i Collins
Vve. r.la-lieru.
GORDON, Aumistu. 7s. m 7.''252 I-:
Treasuri I'r Riverside.
GREENBERG. Fred, 36, ( HIS NB
17th Ter. Blasberii
GRINBERG. Allele. lis. m |..... bay
l ir nlvorside,
HASZ. Charles, 62, of :.i". NE 34lh
St. Newman.
MOSKOWITZ. Marcus, 91. of 1031
Cillins Ave. Blusbers.
NOLAN. Stella X.i 7". nf 3.1.A Vene-
tian Way. Nl W man
PAVEY. Minnie. K3, nf 12 Collins
Ave Blasbenc.
SHEIMAN. Clara II 71. nf loon Wesl
A\i BlasbersT.
ADLER. Joseph, 71. '( Miami Bench
Rl\ erside.
BALKAN. Miriam I'.. 7". of Miami
I:, ii -h Riverside
HYMANSON. Mux -'. "' HollywiHid.
I .el ill.
NADELMAN. William .1 112, of 1336
N. Miami Ave Intel meal Mt. N'ebo.
PARADISE. Jons II. 81, nf Miami
Bench. Riverside
roth. Samuel, 76, of 17.. Collins
Ave l.eiill
SATANOV. Ann. 7'.. of I'.ai Harbor
Islands, Riverside.
EOWARDS, Elsie, Bl. ol 17::'. X
Treasure 1 Ir X< w man
FERRON. lAlcletie. 68. of 6.*iSI Collins
Vve Newman
RAPPAPORT, Hairy. 64. of IM3 98lh
SI Newman
SARLAT. .Mary. 79. Of l"."." Collins
\i.' Riverside
SERODY, Miriam "r Miami Bench
Riverside.
TUCKMAN. Fannie. '>. of 8780 NE
1x3rd St, Levitt.
GREENBURG. Wllllnm Wolfi 71, 'if
ll..Mi v.....I Riverside,
KLEIN. Mis. Kiln I... M. Ol Miami
Bi aih. Riverside. Intermenl M i
N'ebo
LAZINSKY. Morris, 73, ..I 29WI PI
Kits! Dr. l.eiill
PAVELL. Jacob, 67. nl li'63 liai Dr.
lllaslierK.
ZIMMERMAN. I:...-. 68, ill ll"li' '......I
Riverside
BOOKSPAN. Simon. 77. 1113
.Meridian Ave New man
OMHAN. Ben. 71'. of 117" NE UMh
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-6183
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In i'K: Estate "i
SA \l I l-'.l. II. TAI.l.KY.
I.....used.
To All Creditors and All Persons
HuvIiim 'Inims or 1 lemnnds
Altnllisl Suld Estlte:
Vot......l-cliy in Hied and reoulreil
ii. |ir.-M ni nil) 'lainis ami demands Couuly. nnd file :1m same in djinll-
iilii.h i"U mov have against Ihe estate cntc nnd as provided in Section 7".: -
of SAMCEL H. TAI.l.KY. deceased n;. Florldn Slatlites, In their ol.....
1.......f i ...I.. County, Florida, to the | n,e Couuly Courthouse in Dadi
Counn Judges of Dade County, and County, Florida, within -i\ i-alcodin
file ihe sume in duplicate and as pro-1 m.....hs from the lime of ii" \<-
vi.h-.l in Se.iimi 733.16. Florida Slat- nubllcntlon hereof, or the same will
ulcs iii Ihelr offices In ii"- County he barred.
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open Every. Oar Closea* Sabbath
140>SW57h Ave, MO 1-8583
j Minrr.i'i Only. Strictly iewiih
t V, (Monument Dealtr
..iinii.il- In Dnde County. Florldn,
within six i ai. mini- months from Up-
time of the first publication hereof, or
ih. mime v. ill lie barred.
I ......| al .Miami. Florida, ihis 12th
ilny ,.!' December, AH 1*13
jl j I,-1 .'!.-1 i IW1TS!
As Executor
First publlcutl......i" this not hi.....
il,, ,..,,.....i ..( I.....ember, B'iS.
BDWIN M. (JINSBI'ltQ. Esuulre, ..r
MYERS. KAPLAN. PORTEM.
LEVINS" IN *; KEN IN
.\tii.in.i for Kxi eutor
Suite -"I 113" S.W. l-'i'si Street.
Miami. Florida Nlia .........
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUI
FOR DA_
NO. 72-25257
IN RB: Adoption by
HKRBBKT RANDALL "Kllll.
Petitioner.
NOTICE OF
ADOPTION PROCEEDINGS
TO: JOE WALK KB
Route 3
I.....In.....I. flonrgUi
Dated ai Miami. Florida, this lilta
lav of November, A D. IW2.
Robert H rjerslelti
,\v Kv. ,11'.n-
Plrsl nubllcBtlor of ihis notice on
ihe 1st day December, l!'72.
la..... Kaplan
in Myers, Kaplan, Portei, lvln*on ft
Benin
Ai'orney for Bxeculor
11.1" S W. 1st Street
Miami. Florldn 31W1 ,,
Palmer's
Miami Monument Company
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
4440921 444-0922
Closed On The Sabbrth
Fersonalized Memorials Custcm
Crafted In Our Own Workshop.
FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE
NOTICB IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
KXPRB8SWAV T"YOTA. INC.. lie-
slriiii; lo engage in buslni-ss undi r Ih.
UTH^JKUDicrA"L'crRWCuiT Tn AND n.-titlous name ..f RAIJ.YG MOTORS.
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. y,4-, N.W. SeveiUh Avenue. Miami.
Florldn. intends in register said name
with Ihe Clerk nf Ihe Circuit Court, In
and for Dnde County. Florldn.
l-:\Pi:KSS\\ AY TOYOTA. IXC
By: MARVIN BACON
.2 I "
sa^yssy "seises! M".....r,a
i, Judgment may !- entered '-"-'___________.
vou for il"' relief demanded in the---------------
Jteuiii
Jllemorial (chapel
"JCWISH WSI--:l M'CrOS"
LOCAL AM) Our 0F STAT*
arhm;iminis
.947:2790
iijs w oixir lint N M.
Terr. Illasliers
BARFUS. Ruth. s". ..i .'I" Wesl Ave
Oot.....n
HOFFMAN. Al...... IIX. ni .Miami
I'.em h. Rh ursldi
KATZEN. Nathan, S3, ol Miami
Reach l.evltl
LAMBERT. Sylvia, fill, III .I.i.l.
\\ llllls. l.eiill
LEVINSON. r lurtnes l>........ 57, "f
Coral Ouhles Rli ei >id.. Intermenl
Ml N.lii.
lipshie. Henry. 7s ..( I"" Lincoln
ltd Gordon.
STAHL. Jacob, mi. ..I .:.".". Collins
Aie. Gordon.
GABRIEL. Harold, IM, ol IMS Colllna
Ave. Itlversldi
HECHT. Kay, mi. i.r Miami Reach
Nev man.
WEISER. Arthur 7:i. of 1330 .Meridian
Ave. Riverside.
brackis, Sidney, '.7. of Hallandale.
Levilt.
GOLUHUSH, Silvia. 7\. "I Ih. New
Hoiisono. l.ei'iit.
JAFFEE, Mrs. Bvelyn, 15, "I Miami
la .n'li. New man.
MOSKOWITZ. Mrs. lierlha. 7.1. of
150(1 Hay ltd. 1 evili.
TAUBER. Mrs Bertie, of Miami.
Riverside.
BENZMAN. Sondrla, 3. ( 5380 K
.lili Ai.-. Neil man.
BORSUCK. Julius. Kl, of 1531 l'.nii-
sylvanin Ave. Hlveralde
GOODMAN. Samuel, 09. of S30I Col-
lins Ave. N.iMiian.
ALEXANDER. Charles. *".. of "-T"
' SW 73th St. Gordon.
tJEBER. Ilernnrd Inch "f Coral
tJahl..- Riverside Intermenl Mt.
\.l...
BELKIN. i:.iii. ll. H2. ol 521 SW
71 -i Cl. Interment Mt. Xebo
CAREY. Tin ami. U 55, Of 7321 SW
, 18th Bt, Rd, Ooiilon.
' KATZ. Abraham, 7!, "i Miami Reach.
I .el IH
LEVINSON. Mrs I : a trice. 'I. of
lii7". NE Miami (IIIih I>r l. vi'i
I MARGER. Morris, 7". ol foral Gables.
Riverside.
! STEGELMAN. Bvil. Kl, of 350 Mill
i st. Gordon, inii i nu nl Sim "i
I lavld.
JEFFER
H \KR.\I. 1IOMKS. INC.
DIRECTORS
Irwin Jefter
Modwni Jolter Alvm Jailer
HOLLIS. L I 188-11 HILLSIDE AVE
BROOKLYN 1283 CONEY ISLAND AVE
212/776-8100
MIAMI FLA 13385 W DIXIE HWY
Represented bv Sonny Levitt
.$
305/947-1185
Chapclb available in all
(mnnujnities in Now York and
tlvoucjhoul trie Miami area
Petition. .. ,., NOTICE UNPEf: FICTITIOUS
This notice shall I"' mildish.-.i m NAME LAW
o v....l, for four ...ns.-iiiiive necatt N-,>TICB is iii.kki'.v (HVEX thai
the .l.ii ish I'l'Tidiaii ,!. ,ind. isitn.d d.iiinc I.....Bintc In
WITNESS MY hand and seal ol .....,r the f'etlllous names ;d
Khl Courl al Miami, Dmle (.Wiil>. ;u,,'<,'l V :t|. ,| SK REXT-A-CAR
,,!,!,,;,. (his Hth day nl December. I ^IMI'V-W GUI I> COAST LEASING
"''"' E t: I.BATMERMAX
Clerk "i the circuit ,Vu"
Bj : II .1 Poy
i., i.nii Pier*
(Clrcull Court s.-ali ........ .
12, 1..-_- -J i J
, .. r\ v v ni iwni S.W '""h av mi.
v, -,,; I'la lull lids i" n
;,,..* u-llh 'h. Clerh nl ih- Circuit
Court ol I'"1' '' 'Hi'ty. Fl'-rlda.
STCAHT I.BVIXK
I -S-1..-22
EMANUEL GORDON-1946
HARRY GORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
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*Jenisti fktrkfistr
Friday, December 22, 1972
U.S. GOV'T INSPECTED GRADE A' QUICK FROZEN
FAMOUS BRAND YOUNG
TURKEYS
10 TO 16 LBS.
AVERAGE
LB
45
FARMER CRAY US GOV"T INSP QUICK RO/fN
YOUNG GRADE A' SELF BASTING
TURKEYS A Ce
10 AVfRAGf ffTll AVERAGF H ^ ^^^^
18 to 22 LBS. AVERAGE
TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
NEW YORK STRIP STEAKS ...$l8*
TOP US CHOICE- WESTERN __ TOP U S CHOICE WESTERN $4 3
Juicy Chuck Roast..................i 69c Boneless Crossrib Roast......- I
ftOOR
5-LB. BAG
AND O LAKES
BUTTEk
141 PKG.QUART"5-
IC
FOOD
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUN., OEC. 24th
AT All FOOD FAIR & FREDERICKS STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
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tJewish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, December 22, 1372
Section C
Something New And Original In
The Field Of Adult Education
By BORIS SMOLAR and arranging for their Implemen-
(Kditor-in-chlef Emeriti**, J.T.A.) tatkwi,
Something new an! original is
being planned by the American
Jewish Committee in the field of
adult Jewish education. The plan
may attract to Jewish knowledge
thousands of Jew^ who have a high
general education, but whose Jew-
ish education is very meager.
The new AJCommittee idea is
to establish a "Jewish University
Without Walls." It will be a kind
of Jewish correspondence courses
which may lead to college credits
of an accredited university, with
the possibility of an eventual de-
gree in Jewish Studies. Plans for
affiliation with such a university
are now being developed.
Leaders of the AJCommittee
feel that available programs of
adult Jewish education with all
the efforts that go into them
do not satisfy the r.e^ds of those
seeking genuine Jewish enlighten-
ment on a sophisticated level. They
are of the opinion that the dis-
crepancy between the high level
of general education on the part
of American Jews and their under -
education Jewishly b growing-
They fear that as a result, serious
conflicts and problems may de-
velop for such Jews in regard to
their Jewishness. its meaning, and
the role it can play in their lives.
By provding a university frame-
work for courses on Jewish sub-
jects specially designed with com-
petent Jewish scholars, the AJ-
Committee believes it will be able
to fill the gap long noted. It there-
fore intends to devote the coming
months to designing the courses
ACCENT ON PROCESSORS
The new project is part of a
general plan by the AJCommittee
to provide requisite sources for
expanding Jewish education on all
levels.
AJCommittee leaders have al-
ways stressed the need for pro-
grams to strengthen Jewish iden-
tity and enrich the quality of Jew-
ish life. This became especially
poignant now as a result of the
recent intensification of the Chris-
tian Evangelical campaign and the
special appeal of the "Jews for
Jesus" to Jewish youth.
The AJCommittee programs for
1973 are now being devised to meet
these needs. The question of how
children acquire their Jewish iden-
tity has become particularly cru-
cial; the average family seems
now less able than in the past to
transmit such a sense of identity.
The AJCommittee will in 1973
direct the major thrust of its pro-
gram in colleges and universities
to the faculty. This is because it
regards it as essential in terms
of the future of the Jewish commu-
nity and of its own impact upon
Jewish students to bring Jew-
ish faculty members into the orbit
of Jewish communal interest.
AJCommittee leaders feel that
the reputation of their organiza-
tion for scholarly integrity makes
it particularly appropriate for the
organization to reach out to Jew-
ish members of university facul-
ties.
The new steps are being planned
by the AJCommittee as a follow-
up to the recent recommendations
of its Task Force concerning the
goals of Jewish education. Some
20 scholars psychologists, his-
torians and educators were
brought in to confer on this sub-
ject.
A meeting, which will include
representatives from many uni-
versities, will take place soon to
clarify the field of college pro-
gramming in Jewish studies, out-
line model programs, and deal with
specific administrative issues.
STRENGTHENING FAMILY TICS
The AJCommittee is also plan-
ning the convening of outstanding
Jewish contemporary scholars to
analyze and reassess Judaism in
terms of its validity and applica-
bility to our modern times.
This will be a Colloquium on
the Jewish Tradition and Modern
Society to be held in cooperation
with the Center for the Study of
Democratic Institutions in Santa
Barbara. Against the background
of Jewish history and tradition,
the members of the Colloquium
will consider such vital issues as
the conflict between tradition and
modernity, the maintenance of
ethnic ties in a universalistic cul-
ture, the role of religion and the
individual's search for a personal
morality.
It is anticipated that the Collo-
quium will produce a body of
thought transmitted through
publications, teaching and refer-
ence materials which should
fill the special need of colleges and
universities as well as educational
and religious institutions gener-
ally.
Attending this year's Mount Sinai Medical Center Presi-
dent's Ball, held in the Fontainebleau Hotel's Grand Ball-
room Dec. 16. are the Ed Cowens (left) Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Jacobs. Mr. Cowen and Mr. Jacobs are both members of
the Mount Sinai Founders.
Q #
W.
V V
Schreiber, Zilbert Named
To Chair Yeshiva Banquet
Barry D. Schreiber.- an attorney president of the Young Israel of
... .. .. -_. o_ ^..i.....;i, rzroitnr IVTinmi has heen aoDoint-
with the firm of Breger & Schreib
I -r in North Miami Beach, and
Greater Miami, has been appoint-
ed dinner chairman of the Yeshiva
Day School's third scholarship
banquet, according to Sol Arluk,
president of the school.
Leonard Zilbert. Miami Beach
philanthrooist. has been appointed
honorary chairman of the dinner.
Mr. Schreiber. a native of Rich-
mond. Va. is a graduate of Ye-
shiva University, and the Univer-
sity of Maryland Law School. He.
and his wife Barbara Ann. moved
to Miami in 1%9: they are the
parents of two children. Lisa, age
4 and Adam, age 2. Lisa is a stu-
dent at the Yeshiva Day School.
Mr Zilbert, president of River-
side Memorial Chapels, is active in
many Jewish organizations, in-
cluding president of Miami Beach
Home for the Aged, president ot
Temp.e Emanu-El's Men's Club,
trustee of Oholei Torah Day
School and a board member or
Yeshiva Day School.
Both Mr. Schreiber and Mr. Zil-
bert announced that they antici-
pate a record attendance at this
year's banquet. Now in its third
year, Yeshiva Day School is the
only Torah Umesorah Day School
in North Dade and Broward Coun-
ties. Although new. Rabbi Stanley
B Weiss, principal of the school,
report a student enrollment of
,,,... to 100 children, in nursery
class through sixth grade.
This year's banquet will be held
at 6-30 Sunday, Jan. 14. at the
Forte Towers in Miami Beach.
Reservations may be made by con-
tacting the school office.
Other innovations to be intro-
duced by the AJCommittee in its
1973 programs for strengthening -
Jewish identity will focus on the
family as a major area of con-
cern. They will be built on the
assumption that Jewish family and
kinship groups are indispensable
to Jewish continuity. National
Jewish women's organizations will
be convened to consider programs
for reinforcing and strengthening
family ties. Conferences will be
held with executives of Jewish so-
cial service agencies to consider
enlargement of the Jewish com-
]>onent in their services.
A most interesting project which
the AJCommittee Ls planning in
connection with its program of
strengthening family life is th"
preparations of a Sabbath H.i-r-
gadah -- a handbook for families
who wish to celebrate the Sab-
bath in their own homes.
Enjoying the festivities at the annual Mount Sinai Medical
Center President's Ball in the Fontainebleau Hotel's Grand
Ballroom, are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gertner (left) and the
Ted Bodins. Mr. Gertner is Mount Sinai's executive vice
president and Mr. Bodin is a member of the center's Found-
ers. This year's gala affair celebrated 23 years of dedicated
medical service to the South Florida community._____________
. H I *.......*'L
,
meichels
by NORMA BARACH


It is very possible that just as
the Passover Haggadah plays an
important role in bringing fam-
ilies together for the Seder, th?
projected Sabbath Haggadah may
pave the way for attracting young
and old to celebrate the Sabbath
together in a family atmosphere.
It could thus serve to bring the
younger generation closer to their
parents and nearer to Judaism.
(c), 19"2 Jewish Teltgraphif Agency)
Film Scheduled For BBW
Chapter's Dec. 28 Meeting
M--s. Edward (Rose) Sherman
president of the Hallandale Chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith Women an-
nounced tli.it its December meet-
ing will he held at 1 p.m. Thur-
day December 28 In the Home
Federal Bank Buildir.e at 2100 E.
Hallandale Bench Blvd with c&-
lation before the meeting at 12:30
p.m.
Belle (Mrs. George) Dinney.
program chairman, has arranged
for a movie "Tours and Travels
Through Israel." with narration by
Dr. Harold Goldberg. Members
and guests are invited.
Did you ever take the pains to prepare what you considered
a gourmet dinner for your family, only to have the kids turn up
their nose* with such comments as "What's this?" or even
worse- "Yech!"
Well, bear in mind that kiddies are no gourmets, and their
tastes often run to different, and usually far simpler, kinds of
foctis. On that note. I'd 1'ke to recommend the following dish
for your hungry brood adults aren't disqualified, either), par-
ticularly on a day the gang is home from school.
BOLOGNA RICE DINNER
1 medium onion, thinly sliced ti lb. bologna, cut into cubes
Vi tsp. salt cup water
2 tbs. parve magarine sliced mushrooms and green
m cups quick cooking rice pepper rings, thinly sliced
Mi cup catsup
Heat margarine, add remaining ingredients. Cook over
medium heat while stirring for about 5 minutes. Cover. Simmer
5 minutes. Turn off heat and let stand covered for a few minutes
before serving. Serves four.
it 4c & it
A favorite in our house is this easy-to-make, filling, thick
vegetable soup. It goes well as a light lunch served with crack-
ers or accompanied by grilled cheese sandwiches. It also makes a
fine introduction for a full-course meal.
PARVE VEGETABLE SOI'P
1 pkg. dried split pea soup mix sail
4 medium carrots, di "'- cups water
\ lb. fresh mushrooms, diced 7/8 oz, pkg. soup greens (dry)
1 targe onion diced peeled) '- ci'P toasted Earl
2 stalks celery, diced
Boil the water. Add soup mix and fresh vegetables. Then
add salt and pepper. Simmer for 14 hours. Add soup greens and
farfel and simmer 20 minutes longer. Correct seasoning desired
to taste. Also a little more water may be added at this point if
desired. Serves six to eight.


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Friday, December 22, 1975
Dr. Steven Weinberg Fifth
Oppenheini Prize Recipient
ptyir> M the M..--athtiv
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D*. S7fVN WfMBEffG
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- to b lad at the
oi Miami during the
'onfe ence on Fun-
. '.ii- Jan, 22-26,
Dr. W< in > 39. is be ng hon-
".' ii for I"- significant contribu-
ms to i .. i ii'tlc and weak
lions :al relativity and
nota u *ymmeti lea <>i ele-
entarj |jarl les.
The l'-M CVfitei for Tin oretical
Still !, I i ( IS I, Sp ii or Ol 111
Coral <;.i'ili- Conference, chose Dr.
Wiiri'ic.-. id 'i'/h it- scientific
council Dr. Behram Kursunoglu is
in! ol (' rS and chaii man
the rfiiin ;i
Dr. VVoinber? will rescive the'
i.'I. nh mei Pi:/. the e> wring ol
Jan. -' in the auditorium of I'M 8
i\ S ience Building. The award,
named in momo > of Ihe late J.
Robei i Opponheimcr, a lead
fiijui in i he de\ c'o n >nl of the-
in, tii :il i>h> -i'- i i ill U S., < in-
siit of a sjo 'I med r. a citation,
and a 51.000 honorarium. It is
pivci lo recognize scientist* who
ha r> made "outstanding contribu
ticin- in the theo"etical iciencw
and to the philosophy of scien e."
Prc\ ous winners of the award
have Ik-'ii I'.A.M. Dirac, Nobel
Lnurente i" Physic*: Kivemnn Dy-
Insi
Princeton Cniversitj
an nal CVn-
ThesrH. Tr-
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Friday, December 22. 1972
*Jmlsti fhridfari
Page 3-C
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND GOVERNORS BALL
INAUGURATES THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE
GOVERNOR REUBIN O'D. ASKEW FOREST PARK IN ISRAEL
From left to right: Governor O'D. Askew, Mrs.
Reubin O'D. Askew, Hon. Thomas Barkdull,
Chief Judge District Court of Appeals and
Hon. chairman, Governor's Ball, Mrs. Thomas
Barkdull, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, chairman,
Jewish National Fund Foundation, Judge Zev
W. Kogan, president, Jewish National Fund
Southern Region.
Judge Zev W. Kogan presents Citation of Honor to Gov-
ernor Reubin O'D Askew proclaiming the inauguration of
the establishment of the Governor O'D Askew Park For-
est in Israel.
JNF
STRENGTHENS
ISRAEL
Hon. Robert Haverfield, Judge District Court of Appeals
introducing Governor Reubin O'D. Askew to a standing
ovation that lasted over two minutes.
From left to right: Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz,
chairman, Jewish National Fund Executive
Board, Hon. Jay Dermer, president, Jewish
National Fund of Greater Miami, Mrs. Yaffe
Dermer, first lady, Jewish National Fund of
Greater Miami, Hon. Robert Haverfield, Judge,
District Court of Appeals and Hon. chairman
Governor's Ball, Mrs. Reubin O'D. Askew.
Governor Reubin Askew, Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, chairman, Jewish National Fund Founda-
tion, Judge Zev W. Kogan, president, Jewish
National Fund Southern Region, Mr. Abra-
ham Grunhut, vice president, Jewish National
Fund of Greater Miami.
Mr Leo Mindlin, vice president, Senator George Firestone State
Jewish National Fund. Senator of Dade County.
From left to right: Mrs. Robert Haverfield.
Hon. Robert Haverfield, Judge District Court
of Appeals, Mrs. Richard Schwartz, chairman,
Women for J.N.F., Mrs. Reubin O'D. Askew.
Governor Reubin O'D. Askew, Dr.
Schwartz, Hon. chairman, Governors Ball,
Mr. Abraham Grunhut, vice president, Jew-
ish National Fund.
Hon. Jay Dermer, president, Jewish National
Fund of Greater Miami. Mrs. Yaffe Dermer,
first lady of Jewish National Fund of ^reaTer
Miami, Governor Reubin O'D. Askew, Mr;
Reubin O'D.Askew, Mrs. Zev W. Kogan,
Edge Zev W. Kogan, president, Southern
Region, Jewish National Fund.
Mrs Burton Levey, chairman of the 25th Anniversary of Israel s
Independence, and Mrs. Yaffe Dermer, first lady of the Jew-
ish National Fund present Torch of Israel s 25fh Independ-
ence to Governor Ruebin O'D. Askew.
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Friday. December 22, 1972
The Nixon Kissinger Partnership
liv MAX LERXER
PART I

times when he
One of the besl of the gather-
ing bundle of Kisslngei stories
lla of tin' lady who meets him
i b partj and ask> unbelievingly,
\ie you tin' real Henry Kissing-
er?" And Hie answer conges hack.
"So i .rn told."
There must lie
must pinch himself in make sure
".ini the reality isn't all a dream
story, and that this immense ad-
vtsory power of his won't dissolve
iirto a puff !' smoke.
rii Nixon-Kissinger partnership
lor thai is what it is stands
almost by Itself in American hls-
l By, True, there have been pred-
dpsi ir examples of President ami
tvi- working in intimacy on
re n policy outside the regular
Cabinet structure,
One instancr was Col. House and
Usaodrou Wilson in the peaeemak-
i iliat ended World War I. Hut
I te two men fell out. their rela-
tion corroded and it became a
partnership that failed
A second was Harry Hopkins!
vi.I Franklin Roosevelt in the
; Mw nition of World War II and
lie handlins of the alliances with
c.r.at Britain and the Soviet
I'nion. But while there was a'
striking harmony of mood and i>er-,
- ifiallty between the two men. it
.1- i relation of the leader and
- shadow, of the min 1 that con-
nive I and the hand that cxe itted. i
On the Vietnamese war, both I
Kennedy and Johnson had national
sepufitj advisers MeGconro
TainHy and Walt RostOW who
were largelj troubleshooters, but
in neither cas< was there a true!
! ait ershtp.
Between Mr. N:\on and Kis-
sirtgi there is one. It is a very
urrtikelj partnership. Each has|
come to it starting at a different
utnl and hv a difft rent road.
. convergence in their present
.I.-- ;< one of the great events of
:i !. possibl) of profound
ng for world histo >
NIXON > AIM
Seen from this angle. Richard
- ,. ;. i- one Q a -a-
tKin -iot onl;. for met but
at o'.e in history. II- prime
passion was to gain the Presidency.
':iii> nee i ned, his passion aimed
teyond it. to achieve for America
i in 1 he global power struc-;
e that would at least arrest the;
o-inn of American powir.
He was first attracted to Wood-
rdw Wilson, who struck a pact
ith God to orient American war i
pdwer toward making the world
-ate for dentocracy." lie learned
from Whlttaker Chambers and
John Foater Dulles to translate
rois into makincr it safe from
ommuhial expansionism. His first
. in-.pse of movinu beyond this
e.-tmo thromrh his admiration for
Charles de Gaulle not an inter-
nationalist, but a nationalist with
n di '!! sense of tradition. Hut 1938
Joinid M>-. Nixon still looking for
some >nc who could make his goal*
ival by methods lie could feel at
hofne with.
Henry Kissinger started his own
path in Weimar, Germany, ijrow-
in& up as a Jewish hoy in a Na/i
eliin.ite. the >on of a lowly school-
teacher. Ho waas subject to the
everyday humiliations, but they
didn remain to rankle within
him. The family Came to America
in 1938 when he was 15. They
lived a typical refugee life in New-
York with Henry -oine. to high
scho>! and also working in a fac-
tors 'o supplement the family in-
cofi
ft] 1912. at 19. he was drafted,
and in a military cemn met an-
itlw private Frift Kraemer
who i his Armv friend and
IrteUectual mentor. He went to
Cn'i-ji any with the K4lh Division
to I bich. as it happens. I was
atfllcned as a war corresnondent i.
served brilliantly i-i military gov-
emh-.mt and. at the end of the
wrfr. he continued briefly as civil-
ian Hnsti iMlmi in a command intel-
Kgdftca school.
Bt;t he felt he was learning
nothing, came back to the United
Stales, enrolled at Harvard, flash-
ed1 through it with a roll of thunder
a'id lightning ami in a decade had
become a eading thinker on nu-,
clear weapons and global politics
PATHS CONVERGE
The Improbable paths of the two
men converged in 1968. They wee
both largelj without Illusions. Kis-
singer had helped Nelson Rocke-
feller with his abortive campaign
for the Presidency, hafl a poor
orftn.rfrw M*fNiMn ai*rf haMMP
-o. H".t Mr. Nixon didn't bruise
i easily. He had a aiessy war on his
hands, a seething internal situa-
I lion and eo'd relations with the
other Great Powers He gambled
and took Kissinger. Thus it hap-
pened that the Quaker box from
Whit tier. Calif., who knew power,
went partners with the Jewish
boy from Na/i Germany, who
knew idea- and was looking for a
power base.
It wasn't only the brilliance of
the can which attracted Nixon:
There had been other brilliant
men. It was his sensitive and exact
f'ol for history and his detach-
ment about power. Kissinger in
I urn found a Nixon drastically
different from what he had ex-
pected. The two men werfe attuned
not only to power but to each
other, Each man's eiro was fed.
and there was a subtler inter-
weaving of thought and action in
each than either had thought
possible.
It was a necessary partnership.
Give me a place to stand. Ar-
chimedes had said, and 1 will move
the world. Kissinger needec? a
p!ace to stand. Nixon had the
place but be needed a direction
awl a philosophy to back it up.
Kach man had prepared himself
for a role which onlv the other
MAX IERNH
the National Security Council, but
there was no one strong enough to
run it. Under Kennedy and John-
son it fell into disuse. Johnson
kept all the decisions on war and
peace under bis own anguished
win^s. but whil" he dominated his
subordinates, he couldn't break
their stranglehold on jiolicy and
each other.
Ni.xon revived the National Se-
curity Council and placed it under
Kissinger. It was the ideal weapon
to tame the monster bureaucracies.
For Congress and the public Kis-
singer had a good explanation of
his role that the whole ma-
chinery churned away for one over-
arching purpose, which was to pro-
vide the President with a com-
could enable him to fulfill. That is.
. T ,, ..__ ,. ,., i pete set of options to choose from.
why I call them necessary part-! '
ncrs In fact, of course, the options
FTTtST TASK THORNIEST
When their strange partnership
began In 1968, neither Richard
Nixon nor Henry Kissinger coull
ha\e glimpsed how fateful it would
ome Nor could anyone else
bow effi ctlvt the pair
would l>c.
The first policy task to en I
the Vietnamese war would
i rove the thorniest and longest.
Hut there was a more crucial pro-
cedural task because the policy
depended on its success. It was
thai of recognizing the decision-
making on foreign policy.
Thus the first agreement Nixon
and Kissinger mad" was to cut
through the bureaucratic tangle
that bad frustrated Eisenhower.
Kennedy and Johnson, and had kept
the war from either being waged
or ended effectively. The problem
was to deal with the lethal strug-
gles between the four engines of
decislonmaking involved in foreign
policy State, Defense. Treasury
and Intelligence.
To do it. Eisenhower had created
bad to filter through the staff of
bright young men Kissinger had
gathered, then through him be-
fore they got to the President. On
the way bach once the choice
was made Kissinger had to rid"
he i on all the agencies to make
sure it was carrie 1 out, and neither
bunded, b H ged down, nor ig-
nored, There was 'Mumbling, but
acle was thai it worked.
whi b kept the crumbling d >wn.
IMAGINATIVE REALIST
This w.i~ the Kissinger Model
for bypassing the bureaucracies
and at the same time using them.
There were time-- when the results
were dubious (as with the Cam-
bodian decision* or downright
dreary 'tis with the mess we made
with the Indian-Pakistani vvari.
In both eases Kissinger seems to
have been lets than wholehearted
about decisions that Mr. Nixon
pushed through.
But Mr. Nixon was taken with
the record as a whole, and put the
Kissinger Model on the drawing
board for his larger administrative
reorganization in the rest of the
government, The trouble is thai
it is a model which requires a
Kifsinger to run md how many
are there?
One too many, some critics feel.
On the Vietnamese war they come
from the left. On the Chinese and
Soviet agreements and the! Stra-
tastse-Ai-iflN"4imiiatl*MfTlflks treaty
they come largely from the right.
The left attacks him as a Hawk
in Do\ i s feathers and as an in-
tellectual who has sold out to
power. The right attacks him as
a Jewish emigre and a stalking-
horse for communism.
When Kissinger was asked I ac-
cording to David Halberstam's
new book on the war. "The Best
and the Brighesfl whether the
Nixon Administration would re-
peat the mistakes of Kennedy and
Johnson on the war, his answer
was. "No. but we'll make our own
mistakes.'' Halbcrstam in-ists that
they DID make the same mis-
takes, as does David Landau's
l)Ook-length study of Kissinger.
Both are wrong, largely because
neither has truly assessed the
novel elements in the partnership.
The treatment of Kissinger in
both books (in Halberstam's it is
a brief end piece t has been madeI
archaic by the series of events i
from the Russian response on the '
mining and bombing to the series
of Kissinger talks with Le Due
Tho.
There was a parallelogram of ',
pressures applied to Hanoi the
Ftiff American response to the;
1972 spring offensive, the success
of the Nxion-Kissinger initiatives
toward China and Russia, the con-
sequent undercutting of the anti-
war movement at home, the loom-
ing, inevitable Ni.xon victory at
the polls, the offer of a reasonable
settlement which made Hanoi
alter its unalterable resolve to
fight forever, on which Halber-
stam and Landau counted so
heavily.
As it turned out. Kissinger wa
neither Hawk nor Dove but a
skillful. Imaginative realist. The
partners had their hands on all;
the reins of power and knew h iw |
to use them. The process of end-
ing the war is not yet over, and
it will still have its crises. But it
has gone far enough, and is close
enough to its goal to belie those
who have mocked Kissinger's ap-
proach as either naive or wicked.
No, he doesn't fall into Halber-
stam's category of the "best and
the brighest" of the American elite
who bungled and botched what
their own best instincts cried out
for. Perhaps this -hows that a
man attuned to history can learn
from it.
(NEXT: Mr. Kissinger's Planet i
Cefvn'it 1972. Lea Angela Times
'Prisoner of 2d Ave.'
Follows la Mancha'
At Grove Playhouse
"Man of La Mancha." continues
to thrill audiences nightly at the
Coconut Grove Playhouse. Star-
iring Howard Keel and Marion Mar-
lowe, this stunning award-winnim>
musical continues at the Play-
house through* Sanday. Dec. 24,
Performances are through Sunday
evening at B:30 p.m. with a Satur-
day matinee at 2 p.m.
Beginning Tuesday, Dec. 26, the
Coconut Grove Playhouse will pre-
-out Neil Simon's recent Broadwa)
hit, The Prisoner of Second Ave-
nue, starring actor-ccmedian-iin-
iressionisl Frank Gorshin and Rita
Gardner, which will run for two
weeks through Sunday. Jan. 7.
Aside from the regularly sched-
uled pei formances; Tuesdays
through Sundays at 8:30 p.m. and
Wednesday and Saturday matinees
at 2 p.m.. there will be two per-
formances on New Year's Eve Sun-
day. Dec. 31 at 7:.% p.m. and 10:30
p.m.
The "prisoner'' (Mr. Gorshin)
is a 47-year-old advertising ac-
count executive who. as the play
begins, is fearful that the firm
that has employed him for 22
years is about to let him go in an
economy cutback. And it does.
Nor can he find another job as
summer passes into fall.
What be finds instead, is a nerv-
ous breakdown. The spreading af-
flictions ot New York City finally
come through the aoartment door
to embrace the couple.
A master imures-ionist. and tlv
onl) one to have headlined at the
Sahara in I.as Vegas and Waldorf
Astoria in New York. Gorshin ha<
a'.so been in over a dozen motion
pictures.
An equally talented dramatic
actor, he has been seen on TV
"The Interns," "Men From Shiloli"
and "O'Hara. U.S. Treasury.'
Rita Gardner originated the ro!
of "The Girl" in the off-Broadwa>
production of "The Fantasticks
From there she went on to Broad-
way. The critics embraced her ex-
nertisc in "Jncoi'ojf Brel" and In
To Be Younc Gifted and Bla '<
Tickets are available for al
performances, but the weeken -
are going fast.
ISRAKI.'S population will t'P
4,810.000 In 1390, the Central
c.i ii-' -hi of Statistics reitorted
last weak. This is based on tht*
assumption that a minimum of
.'.i.no new immigrants will com
yearly. Of the new immiurani-
total 70.000 each year, the pop-
iilaton will Ite 5,795.000. It only
25.000 Jewish immUrrants ar-
rived each year, the Arabs will
lie 19.5% of the population in
1990. or one in five of the
|K>pulace.
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Why they bought:
Georce II. Webb:
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I have a window in the
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Mrs. Fred Heppcrlc:
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Lakeside Village's courtesy bus'.'
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Israel Bonds, presents State of Israel Atzmaut (Independ-
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Israel Dinner of State held at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Mar-
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Uni\ orsity of Miami president
Henry Kin? Stanford was named
president of the Southern Asso-
ciation of Colleges and Schools
at the annual meeting in New
Orleans. Dec. 13. Dr. Siar.ford
has held several committee posts
with i!:" A -ociation over the
years, including that of chair-
man of its Commission on Col-
leges and of its Commission on
Admission to Membership.
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Local JWV Auxiliaries
Service VA Hospital
Lillian M. Schoen, prp.=i.!ent of
11 i.n'.ir. Auxiliary Department
of Florida, Jewish War Vet) ra is,
finrxuinccs the following activities
< cal auxiliaries:
Norman Brwe Brown 174: \\:,\
service the portable telephone
Saturday morning for patients at
the Veterans Hospital. On Tues-
day, a board meeting presided over
by auxiliary president Seema Lef-
kowitz will be held at the Miami
First Federal on SW 27th Ave.
Robert K. Friinzl.lau 177: Will
hold a regular business meeting at
telephone. On W<
iary ent Mi
van v. i | ] side at f
meeting al 8 5 p.n at
Rd.
Htaleab-Miami Springs 6S1: On
Saturday at 7 p.m auxiliary will
: arty fi ; atients
on t!ie 4th and 12th floors. Eve
and John DeYoung, Ann and Ray
, McCullough, Jean Melsner and
. Gert Eeck will serve refreshment*
and distribute gifts to the patients.
patients.
Temple Israel Tuesday at 8:30
p.m., President Marion Moscovitz ; Abe Horowitz 682: Will service
will preside. the telecart at the Veterans Hos-
West Miami 223: Hospital chair- pital Wednesday evening. Thurs-
rr.an Jerri Bartlett will assist in ''ay evening. Dec. 28, auxiliary
{.hopping for patients at the Vet-
erans Hospital on Tuesday and
Thursday. During this holiday
week, auxiliary members and mem-
bers of the Junior Division will
hold programs for patients in
nursing homes in the southwest
area.
Murray Solomon 243: Will serv-
ice telecart on Monday for the
president Belle Horowitz will pre-
side at a business meeting at
Unified Hall.
Point Bast 698: Will ho!d a
regular meeting on Monday, at
the Club House, Point East, pre-
sided over by president Vera
Krieger.
Harry H. Cohen 723: Will hold
Detroit Club Will
Install New Slate
Of Officers Jan. 20
":"-- Detroit Club of X irth Mi-
ami Beach will install I
:
Jt 20 -t the Seville Hot<
1 h? been aanoui
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the co ir are Mitchell
torn -. -:. .' i eph M
and Irvi' <- Lyons, vi
lack Wassc-rman. treasurer; Dr.
ird Stern, recording sece-
tary; Rose Kline and Honey Ma-
?id. corresponding and finan-ial
secretaries Al Lipman. chaplain
and parliamentarian, Nathaniel
G>ld'tick. associate chaplain, and
William Belinsky and Maurice
Cornfield. sergeant-at-amis.
Three outgoing offi~er Rose
Belinsky, Sol Kling and Elaine Mil-
?rom will form the executive
board of trustees: the club's board
will include Phi! Cameron. Louis
Corman. Maurice Cornfield. Hy
Erlichman. Morris J. Friedman,
Morris J. Friedman. Max Goldhoff.
Gordon Kozda. Leon Magid. Sher-
man Porvin. Max Shaer and Dr
JNF Fetes Governor
With Askew Forest
at 350 Collins Ave.
Colonel David Marcus 746: Hos-
pital chairman Esther Winston
and volunteer Claire Pearlman :
vviil take charge of telecart for ]
the patients at the Veterans Hos-
pital.
Veterans at the hospital: on Tues- |a SOCIal meeting Sunday, at 8 p.m.
day, auxiliary president Evelyn Iat tnc Normandy Isle Washington
I-oew will preside at a board meet- Federal Savings Bank Bldg. Also
ing at 8 p.m. on Monday between 1 and 3 p.m..
Miami Beach Auxiliary 330: On auxiliary members will hold a
Thursday. Auxiliary President eames party, serving refreshments
Bessie Gibber, accompanied by ami giving gifts to the residents
Past Post Commander Abe Wald- ?< Hebrew Home for the Aged
man and Lew Brigiotti, junior
vice president, was to entertain
some 72 children, parents and staff
of the United Cerebral Palsey at
3411 NW 14th Ave. Cookies and
punch will be served and enter-
tainment will be by "The Great
Bambalino," magician. (Lew
Brigiotti*. Later that evening, at
the auxiliary's business meeting,
President Bessie Gibber was to
welcome State Department Pres-
ident Mrs. Lillian M. Schoen on
her official visit. On Sunday, hos-
pital chairman Minnie Hoppen and
volunteers will service the telecart
at Veterans Hospital.
Four Freedoms 402: Auxiliary
J n sident Rae Feinstein will help
shop for patients at the Veterans
Hospital on Tuesday.
Victor B. Freedman 613. Will
service the telecart at Veterans
Hospital on Wednesday.
Northshore 677: On Tuesday,
Hospital chairman Sara Young
assisted by Ruth Stark and Julia
Linsey will service the portable
New Yorkers Meet
Retirees of New York District
65 have scheduled a membership
meeting for Tuesday at 1 p.m. in
the American Savings and Loan
Assn.. at 1200 Lincoln Rd.
DIRECTOR
for outstanding Girls (Co-Ed) Camp
in Poconos in Pa. Prefer applicant
in early thirties with family. Re-
quires experience and real dedica-
tion. Write D. P., Box 2973, Miami,
Florida 33101.
The number of large families
is decreasing, according to the
National Insurance Institute. In
the early 1960s, 42% of the
country's children were being
raised in families with four or
more children. In 1970, 1971 and
1972, however, these four-plus
families were raising only 38.6%
of the nation's youngsters. The
study also showed that the
number of large families de-
creased by about 1,500 in the
last decade. They number today
about 21.000.
Establishment of the Gove
\- kew Park in brae] was an-
nounced formally at the Jewish
National Fund Governor's Ball, at-
nearly i.u-.-.j persons iu i
the Fontainebleau Hotel In honor
of Gov. and Mrs. Eteubin O'D. As-
kew. I
One of the highlights of the eve-
ning was the presentation of the
Im ;u 1 torch symbolizing the Jew-
ish nation's 25th anniversary. Mrs.
Burton Levey, chairman of the
Israel 25 committee, handed it I
to Mrs. Jay Dernier, who in turn i
presented it to Florida's chit f
executive.
Former Miami Beach Mayor i
Dermer, president of the Jewish I
National Fund of Greater Miami, j
was chairman of the evening. I
Others who participated included I
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. chair-1
man of the JNF executive board,
and Dr. Irving Lehrman. chairman j
of the Jewish National Fund
Foundation for Greater Miami.
Presentation to the governor
was made by Judge Zev W. Ko-
gan. Southern regional president
of JNF. Gov. Askew was intro-
duced by Judge Robert Haver-
field, an honorary cochairman to- j
pettier with Judge Thomas Bank-
dull and Dr. Richard L. Schwarz.
The governor said "I am proud
to be associated with the Jewish
National Fund, and I am grateful
that my name will be linked etern-
ally with the Holy Land through
the establishment of the Reubin
O'D. Askew Park Forest."
Gov. Askew iaud.il the rd|e i '
former Harry S, Truman in the
establishment 61 the State of Is-
rael, and offered a prayer foi Mr.
Truman's recovery.
Florida's Democratic chief execu-
tive emphasized the key role of the
JNF in redeeming and reclaiming
the land of Israel, comparing it to
the $210 million bond issue which
Florida recently approved for res-
toration and preservation of its
natural beauty.
"Yet how much greater is the
burden that faces Israel. Unlike
Florida, she must actually create
land out of the deserts an*
marshes covered with the erosion
and neglect of 2,000 years." Gov.
Askew said.
'Fum-Nite' Planned ^
A Fun-nitc" is planned for the
next meeting of the Young Israel
Sisterhood Wednesday at 8:30 p.m.
in the social hall. Mrs. Harold
I evinson is in charge of the pro-
gram, which will include game*
following the meeting.
Ohev Shalom Ladies
Ohev Shalom Sisterhood was to
meet Thursday at 12:30 p.m. in ths
synagogue social hall. Refresh-
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Friday, Decerr.tei 22 [972
ISRAEL
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WHAT DO YOU
KNOW ABOUT
A forty week quiz, marking the 25th anniversary
celebration of the birth of Israel, has been ore-
pared lor this and other member papers of the
American Jewish Press Association by Ihe Depart-
ment of Education and Culture of Ihe Amer -.an
Section of the World Zionist Organization.
the first IN. mediator
in the .' -In .
The Merwitzer Building of the Greater Miami at 10 a.m. Ceremonies also will mark the
Hebrew Academy, at ihe corner of Pine laying cf a corner stone in memory of
Tree Drive end 2-lth Terrace in Miami Daniel M. Broad, a founder of the Hebrew
Beach, will be dedicated Sunday morning Academy.


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Merwitzer Building Gives
Academy Finest Facilities
s'v M r....... Sunday morn-
i t will nark the dedication of
the Mcrwitzi of the
Greater Mian : brew Academy
and the laying o' .> cornerstone ;:>
the building bI Mth Terrace and
Pip., rree Drivt. Mia ni Beach, in
ol the late Dante] M.
memory
Proad.
The program will Rel under way
at 10 a.m. Stir lay at the new
i Win :. nam< '. i-i honor of Louis
Merwitzer, hon rary president of1
the Hebrew A i I* and his en-
tire family. The struetfre, com-
pleted at n oael I marc ihan $1.2
miKion, not including equipment
and fwn'shinas. will house the
Junior high school >f ihe Ilpi-
Aeademv nn,l the Olea and Mar-
I Weishaus High School for
Girls
Mayor and Mr* Shepard Broad
and! their ton Morris, "ill lay the
< rnerstonr In honor of Daniel M
Broad, n rounder of the Hebrew
A.-, lemj wh i was one of the eom-
mnnity's most ardent supporters
of Jewish and Israel eausi s. One
of Greater Miami*t Jewish uio-
neers Daniel Broad wa an officer
! the /i<>r:>- Or it sation of
America, Israel B l the Greater
Miami Jewish F Temple
Brrwnt'El and merous other
organize tionr.
Shepard Broa ms been on of
the meal tl> uroworters of the
Hebrew Vcactenv tnee it< Incen
tier., and ;.< one it the Miami Beach
aehooi's most c^newts benefaet-
ofs The board chal -man of Amer-
Idan Smin< and Iauv- Aasaasation
ha< served as a national lender of
the tfnrttd J.'vvisli Appeal ami
Israel K>nd^
Mr. MtT*fit**T who was presi-
dent of the H.- "* w A 'ademv for
nine years, served a< evnej-al chair-
man of the MHstattm to raise funds I
for the APV7 hinto- aM senior high j
?<*hol hniWing The lnis Mer-
wifer \tf Boys, an afTtrhUe of the Hehrew
AraeVmv is nnnvsl In his honor.
His family. lert by Mr and Mrs,
Charles Merwitzer and Mr. and
Mrs. I. H. Ahraim. will effcort Mr.,
Merwit.-.T for the M.i*tn of a
thi Rabbinical Association ofi
Greater Miami, will offer the ln-
ro mtion. Cantor Zvi Adler <>: Tom-
pie Emanu-EI will load tho sing-
ing of the national anthems of
the United State- and of Israel.
Mario Egozi, a ninth grade stu-
dent and president of th" student
body of the Hebrew Academy, will
extend greetings.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of I
Temnle Emanu-El and national
president of tho Synagogue Coun-1
cil oi America, will speak in be-
half of the general Jewish commu-
nity.
Completion of the Merwitzer
Building will enable the Hebrew
Academy to become the first He-
brew day school outside of New
\ k City to achieve a registra-
tion oi 1.00Q students, according
to Mr. Find. Designation of tho
building in recognition of the Mer-1
witzer family's contribution to
Jewish education and to the He-
brew Academy was voted unani-
nously by the board of directors
and executive ooir-nittee.
1, Who wa
conflict?
2. What was the immediate cause ol the Six-Day War
June 1967?
".. Where is the Tomb of the Patriarchs located?
4. What is the name of the fortress overlooking Q Str;-
oi Tiran?
5. What is El Fatah?
6. What is the importance of Safcd historically ? What
its importance now?
7. Name three major archaeological sites in 1st
8. N'ame a forest in memory of a famous American Jew.
famous American non-Jew.
9. Why i< Modiln important to the people of Israel ?
10. Who is Israel's chief representative at the U.N.?
Answers to the above ou< stlons will i>- tound upatte down bei>
lav lit riuht answers, will Indicate n (rood knowledge of l"a*l.
questions answnred earracMy is passing. Cheek the ::i waeih
see hOW well you scored.
ANSWERS TO QUIZ NO. 11
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Friday. December 22, 1972
*. kwlsti fkrid/mn
Paae 9-C
Mount Sinai Medical Center executive vice president, Sam-
uel Gertner, accepts a check for S40.000 from Mrs. Melvyne
S--.-nrr.e:s. president of the Women's Cancer League of
Miami Beach, at the organization's 14th annual luncheon.
Proceeds of the annual "fund-raiser." held recently at the
For.iainebleau Hotel, are earmarked for cancer treatment
cr;d research at Mount Sinai. "This year's check," reports
Mrs. Sorr.mers, "is to fulfill our pledge to underwrite the
Mount Sinai Tumor Clinic in the new Maribel G. Blum
Medical 3uilding."
i
Mrs. Victoria Schwartz, assistant secretary at the Ocean-
side (Maim office of American Savings and Loan Associa-
tion of Florida, receives her diamond service award with
two diamonds from Morris N. Broad, president, for 15 con-
tinuous vears of service to the Association. Mrs. Schwartz
is in the Savings Department.
USY Holding 22nd Annual
International Convention
The 22nd annual international
convention of United SynaRojrue
i'outh >\UI be convened Doc. 25-28
in Boston, Mass.. with over 1.003
teenagers paitici laiim; from all
arts of i lie United States, Can-
ada, Mexico, and Puerto Rico.
The Southeast Region, which
ncompasses the Conservative Syn-
ica in the seven Southern
talcs and Puerto Rico, will !><
i ruling 7,". teenage USY delegates,
beaded by regional president Mitzi
Kravtin of Shearith Israel ("du-
al ion. Columbus, Ga.
Accompanying the local USYers
will be Marshall Baltuch, regional
director: Mrs, Marshall Baltuch,
,OUth chairman of the Florida
Branch of the Women's League for
Conservative Judaism; Abraham
Glttelson, assistant director of the
Central Agency oi Jewish Edu-
cation in Miami; Mrs. Abraham
Gittelson; Mrs. living Seidel, dl-
tector of youth activities, Temple
Sinai. Holl -wood; Stephen Field,
youth director. Temple Sholom,
Pompano Beach; Mrs. Alice Nel-
son, youth director, Congregation
Hodolph Sholom Tampa; lirahm
Betterman, director of youth activ-
ities, and Mrs. Brahni Betterman.
senior USY advisor, Ahavath
Achim Concregation, Atlanta, Qa.
Mr. Gittelson and Mrs. Seidel
v. ill servo on the education faculty
for the convention and Mr. Better-
man will lead one of the Problem
Clinics on chapter activities.
'This year's convention theme.
The Missionary at the Door
Our Uniqueness," will study se-
lected Jewish beliefs and practices
il> a jell' contained unit |eqa.b|ing
us to relate as Jewish teenagers
; to our pluralistic society," re-
ported Michael (dayman, conven-
tion chaii man. and Am.: Ripps,
eochairman.
Rabbi Paul Frecdman, interna-
tional director of the Department
oi Youth Activities of the United
Synagogue of America, declared
"We have a task to l.e a light to
the peoples of the world to be
among the nations, yel separate."
The message from Jim Kaul
, man. international USY president,
concludes "Learn someone and
something while you are here (or |
anywhere i. and you will have
, heeded that divine spark's true
desire."
JoAnn Raekear of Beth David
Congregation, Miami, has been
selected lo serve on the Convention
! Steering Committee and will be
| responsible for the supervision of
; the convention. She is also a can-
didate for USY intci national sec-
ond vice president in the election
'which will take place Wednesday
i afternoon.
I
During the convention, regions
j will be icognized for outstanding
: achievement in 15 categories of
the overall USY program for the
I past year.
Southeast Region lies made app-
lication for recognition in 11 of
these categories. li~ entfa.....ele-
ation will be honoroed for their
achievements in rTikun (Ham
Buildlnc a Better World by Build-
ing a Better Individual." This
Region has raised $17,000 during
1971 -72 for this project, the
largest amount contributed
throughout the country.
The funds from Tikun t'lam are
used to support the American Stu-
dent Center at the Hebrew Uni-
versity in Jerusalem, provide
scholarships lo deserving USY
members to spend the summer in
Israel. Russia or touring the United
stales, and to aid charity agencies
throughout the world.
Eastern Airlines Redesigns
Services, Uniforms, Planes
Eastern Airlines has unveiled its
new look for passenger travel in
the 70s.
A completi I red< i jned Intc lot
t n iis fleet of 727 Whis; erjets,
new unifoi ms for passenger-
rontacl personnel, more imagina-
tive moal services and new ad-
vertising comprise an aggressive
program for improved passenger
service. The program has started,
and will be fully implemented next
summer.
The costliest part of the new
package is the $37 million program
of refilling Eastern's entire fleet
.1 Boeing 727 Whispcr.jets with the
laest passenger comfort features. |
With new 727 deliveries early in
lS7.'i. Eastern will have a fleet of
116 7277s. all redesigned with new
interiors. The cabin interiors of
the aircraft are being stripped lo
the bare bones and redone.
Houndstooth is the unifying
motif for a collection of red. navy !
and camel uniforms being Intro- I
i duced by Eastern for flight and
ground passenger-contact person-
nel.
The new uniforms, with a single i
exception, will have houndstooth
blouses, ascots or neckties. The
exception is a glen plaid suiting
for In-flight executive representa-
tives.
"This family ol unified fashions
for different Eastern personnel
ili make it easier for j.asseitTers
to recogni e our people." explains
Thomas B. McFadden. Eastern
i v ice president-marketing group.
'Tt strengthens the concept thai
{all Eastern passenger service per-
sonnel share a common responsi-
bility lo the public. Even at the
busiest terminal during a holiday,
cur passengers should have no
'. trouble picking our Eastern people
who can help them."
Eastern Airlines flight attendant
Jane Ellison, who is based in
San Juan. pos?3 in her new
uniform which is a 100% poly-
ester "super super-twill" navy
suit by David Crystal worn with
a bright red vest and hounds-
tooth ascot-neck blouse. The
outfit comes with a camel-and-
red-trimmed navy serving
smock and will go "on line"
next spring.
Home oLeaSe /l/c
' H*i
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A National Institute on Human Resource De-
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Miami 3each included, left to right, Larry
Vardell of the Dade County Public Safety
Department; Frank Magrath, National Con-
ference o Christians and Jews; Miami Vice
Mayor Rose Gordon; Harold Barney, Public
Safety Department; Dean Robert Hively of
the University of Miami and Nick Valeriani,
director of community relations. Miami
Beach.
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*Jenist? fhridfi&r
Friday, December 22, 1972
He is a good Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father.
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
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He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must
not be forgotten. By planning ahead,decisions can be made
calmly. They can be made without emotional pressure.
They can be made wisely, and they can be made together
as a family. If you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to
your family, we urge you to do so now. In this way, you
can be certain that your family will not suffer needlessly.
WE INVfTE YOU TO SEE OW MONZf MEMORIALS BY GOffHAM,
MASTER CRA/7SMEN IN SILVER AND MONZE
MIAMI'S MOST MAUTIPUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETIRY
5505 Northwest 3rd Street Phone 261-7612


;dc- December 22. 19^2
*Jmlsti IHhrSdficfiin
Builder Alexander Muss
Dies In New York
'
.an Mum, 65, owner-de- wusing units in the New York
-. :-.w Seaeout Jowcn lim The rimi now has Seacoasl
Comp.ex, died in n i'c,\ors North. South, East, West
4*n>W?fj 5. HiM h| cni;-'ri!cf1ti- in
apait'iienl complex across from
she Carriage House.
Th ri n gave a cor|>orate gil I
of 950.000 a. the city of Mia ni
Ueacli in 1971 for construction and
furnishi g >: a park, named in Mr.
\|- -' honor. The Miami l' ach
Iyer's Association honored
him for his >i\ic work.
A supportei oi Ismel, Mr. Mussj
was mnde h Life Hunoivc in l96o
for his local an! rational fund-
rai&ing activities.
.Mr. Mu dent of Temple Emanu-EI of Mi-
ami Beach, and of the Infant's
Homo of Brooklyn, NY., he was
a benefactor of the Alfrod Einstein
College of Medicine, Yeshiva Uni-
veisity, Mirrer Yeshiva Central In-
stitute, the Ocean Parkwaj Jewish I
Center, the Fifth Avenue Syna-
gogue and the Lila Motley Cancer
"are Instit ite.
P.1.0. OfHCMl HURT BY BOMB
Arab Diplomats
Seek Protection
PARIS iJTAi Arab diplo-
mats here asked the French gov-
'.....nenl for protection after
the bomb explosion that seri-
ously wounded Mahmoud flam-
shari, rep esentative ol the Pal-
estine Liberation Office, in his
Paris apartment.
Arab ambassadors requested
Foreign Minister -Maurice Schu-
mann to "have French police
take all appronriatc measures
to ensure the safely of the Arab
colony iii France." They also
called on the French police to
"arrest and bring to Justice those
n sponsiblc for the crime."
Huiiixharl, a 35-year-old Jor-
danian citi'/.iMi, wn quentioned
ii.\ police at tin- Cochin Ho*u*tiil
where lie was hetag treated for
lei! ii nd nlxlnmlnal wounds iriil
srtond degree burnt, ilk ahaall-
ants have not been Identified.
Poll account ol the att
on Han'.shari indicated that ii
vva the work o' highlj traini .1
o nssiona'.s ?kil'ed in modern
ti hno'ogj. A icot '::i. i<> the |. i-
lice. iho bomb \\a- i .: ed by
'' r. .:, |. control radio me 'ha-
nism. Tn.- assailants ran? Ham-
liari on the uhone, and when
iw. iv< ,,| ,|K,V detonnted the
bomh which had been con< eale I
under i ho telephone table.
Ii was rumored that Hamshari
was not only the local POL rep-
resentative, but a highly placed
mrmber of the Fl Fatah .Mitral
c minar.d. One report des Tihed
him as the man in charge ol
A ab terrorist operations in
We- icrn Eurone.
ALEXANDER MUSS

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fork hospital Monday. A na-
\- a York, lie came to
Beach about 10 years ago.
Sin vivors include his wife <; rt-
children. grandchild) en.
rotln s and sistersi
Services were hold Wedm
,. nanu-Kl, Mian.: Beach,
Muss -a- chairman of the with burial in Mount Nebo Maus-
A sander Muss and Sons, ...earn under the direction ol Riv-
khich built some 100.001 le ChnneU
American Jews Recognized
By Courts As Legal Entity
louis Rocker, 78, Zionist
Leader, JTA Past President
:i sai.i-.m UTAl Louis
I icker, a long-tlihe Zionist
In the United States and
i i -t lent of the Jewish T. le-
a ercv for several yea1"*
ning in 1952. died here las!
11 th a of 78.
Horn in Skalit, Austria, he came
u ., his parents to the U.S. at tlv
one an had been an Israel:
I sin,-- V$>. Mrt Rocker
a- i hono'ii y v'eo president of
ish National Fund since
i 5 and was i casqier of the Zlon.
i Organization of America from
::; i., 2942.
:essler
ti. i.i-~,cl awny Siiturilii'.
.-ii. N..I Survlvi-il I" win Ron
I t,, \ h; vrar r< i.l.-M inni
H.llVv UlllBBWOOd, N I llilURl'-
li. Ruth Tiiffln "t Miami.
.. hern, Jnnhua l*ll>i>rmnn nn-l
I mill, "..all of M I!.. BTHnil-
I l.lr, i, sh- wni a IH'.- nw-mbrr :
li.-li 11..m.i c"oiiKr*atlon. Ilf- mom-
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Jewish Floridian
Combining THl JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
.me 45 Number 52
Miami, Florida Friday, December 29. 1972
Two Sections Pnr 25 ce 3
Fate Of Jews Deeply
Concerned Truman
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (WNS)
ri' President Harry S. Tru-
n who died t!iis week at the
oi 88 at the Research Hos-
pital and Medical Center here,
best known among Jews for
cognition Of Israel some 14
ites after it was officially
established on May 7, 1948. His
cflicial recognition followed by
: in ites the official recognition of
the Jewish State by Joseph Stalin.
The Jewish people will also re-
member him for his efforts to ease
:i igration of Jews to Palestine
from DP cami in Kurope and for
I is campaign to establish better
Israel-Arab relations.
Former Secretary of State Dean
ion explained once that Tru-
inan had taken a strong pro-Israel
stand before as well as after the
. stablishment of the State. The
:irst consideration, Mr. Acheson
.-aid, v. as the wartime Jewish
-tr
refugees who "couldn't go back
to Russia or Poland and couldn't
go back to Germany."
Truman's "moral and emotional"
. i ion to the refugees was
pointed out to him by Eddie Jacob-
son, a friend from Truman's
haberdashery days and "a con
vinced Zionist." who "talked to
the President a great deal about
it," Mr. Acheson said.
"It may well be that in Truman
the Jewish voter finally found the
powerful Christian leader who per-
sonified that sense of civilized
world conscience which they had
hopefully assigned to his prede-
cessor, Franklin Roosevelt,"
states the Encyclopaedia Judaica.
Mr. Truman had not always
supported the establishment of a
Jewish State. As the Encyclo-
paedia shows, he advocated the en-
Continued on Page 3-A
HARRY S. TRUMAN
Jewish Community Mourns
Death Of Great President
i
"The Jewish community of
Greater Miami joins with the
rest of the nation in mourning
the death of President Harry S.
miman." said Robert Russell,
esident of the Greater Miami
h Federation,
Sneaking on tehalf of the
ficers and board of directors
Federation, Mr. Russell
/mined "the passing of a great
erican President and a man
i throughout his public
ireer, sup] orted the aims of the,
wish people in their quest for
'i land."
I'nder President Truman's
representatives of the
ted stiles government
worked energetically behind the
scenes to insure passage of the
19-17 United Nations' Partition
Resolution which granted Israel
statehood.
At President Truman's direc-
tion that year, the United States-
became the first nation in the
world to recognize the State of
Israel, extending diplomatic rec-
ognition to the new state's birth.
"As a President, Truman was
one of the world's great lead-
ers," Russell declared. "His de-
cisions leading to the Marshall
Plan, aid to Greece and Turkey
Continued on I'uge 3-A
eading Theologians Pay
ast Respects To Heschel
JEW YORK (JTA) Lead-
Jewish and Christian theo-
ians joined 500 other persons
funeral services here Sunday
.Rabbi Abraham Joshua
chel, one of the fori
tutors and philosophers of

P
ABRAHAM HESCHEL
Conservative Judaism, who died
Fi Iday at the age of 65.
Dr. Heschel, professor of Jew-
ish Ethii s and Mysticism al the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America for 27 years, was
( ulogized by In- many disciples
and colleagues who attended the
funeral,
Beterrins to his deep concern
fer the victims of Injustice and
discrimination, Rabbi Wolfe Hel-
ena n, executive vice president of
the Rabbinical Assembly, de-
icrlbfd Dr. Heschel as "a voice
who spoke for the downtrodden
and who felt their pain."
Rabli Heschel was in recent
years an outspoken critic of
racism and the war in Vietnam,
an ardent defender of the right
of Soviet Jews and intensely
concerned with the problems of
ecumenism and the search for
peace in the Middle East.
He attracted wide attention in
1964, when he visited Poi* Paul
(Continued on Page 12-A)
ADL Urges Rogers
To Investigate
Christmas Mailing
NEW YORK (JTA) The
Ar.ti Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith has asked Secretary
of State William P. Rogers to
investigate whether an anti-
Israel Christmas mailing to
Americans by the Jordanian
Ambassador to the United
States i; in violation of the
Foreign Agents Registration
Act.
In a letter to Mr. Rogers.
Benjamin R. Epstein, ADL di-
rector, said that the mailing
a recording entitled "Jerusalem
in Captivity: A Personal Mes-
sage from King Hussein," and
an accompanying letter gives
"a wholly distorted picture of
the conditions of Jerusalem
under Israeli rule." He enclosed
copies of the letter and record-
ing.
Both were sent this month to
thousands of American business-
men, religious leaders, college
professors and government offi-
cials in all sections of the coun-
try from the Jordanian Embassy
in Washington, I). ('., i>y Znhayr
Mufti. Ambassador of Jordan, to
the United States.
Mr. Epstein declared that the
ADL was disturbed by this mis-
use of the Christmas season to
dispense anti-Israel propaganda
which has the effect of dividing
Americans by their religious
beliefs.
"Beyond that." he added,
"neither the letter nor the re-
cording bears a statement as
required by Section 4 of the
Foreign Agents Registration Act
for the transmission in the
United States of political propa-
ganda by agents of a foreign
principal required to register
under the act."
Funds Will Provide Judaic Studies Program
DURHAM, N'.C. (JTA) A major fund-raisin- effort has be
launched to provide financial support for a new col irch( I
cooperative program in Judaic Studies at Duke University and I
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Plans for Ihe progra
were announced in a statement issued jointly by Duke presld
Terry Sanford and UNC-CH chancellor N Ferebee Taylor. Develi r>-
ment of the program will be financed by an endowment fund be:. 3
established through the efforts ol Mr. and Mrs. E. .T. Evans '
Durham who have committed themselves to raising $500,000 through
alumni of the two universities and other sources In North Carol- a
and elsewhere in the southeast.
Four JDL Members Arrested At Embassy
WASHINGTON (JTAi Pour members Of the Jewish Defei
League were arrested Thursday night for disrupting a reception -
the Soviet Embassy in honor of the 50th anniversary of the four i-
ing of the Soviet Union. According to JDL leader Dr. William Pe t
a fifth demonstrator slipiied out during the melee. Dr. Perl and a -
other JDL member. Denise I.eish, a 20-year-old student at the Uni-
versity of Maryland, chained themselves to a live-foot high metal
ornamental candlestick in a dining room on the second floor of the
Embassy. They gained entrance to the Embassy by arriving in a
chauffeur-driven limousine and using false invitations. A half houfl
after their arrival, three JDL youths arrived in another limous
and slipped through a tightened security network into the grot
floor of the Embassy, tossing leaflets and yelling anti-Soviet
gans. The four JDLers taken into custody were released after pay-
ing $10 bond each.
Herat Power Struggle Continues
TEL AVIV (JTAl Menachem Belgin, leader of the Hei '
Party, has moved to foreclose any possibility thai Gen Ezer We-.--
man might withdraw hi- resignation as chairman of the Part, a
Executive. Wei/man submitted his resignation at the close of *
Herut convention last Thursday. Beigin was reported to have pro-
posed the name of Knesset-onembei Chaim Landau to replace hfcn
The Party's new 250-member Central Committee, composed la \
of Beigin supporters, 1- expected to accede to their leader's wi
when it convenes Sunday to elect a new chairman. The four- I >
Herut convention was marked by a power struggle between V.
man's supporters and the veteran party members loyal to Bei
Jewish-Catholic Liaison Group Meets
LONDON UTAI The International Jewish-Catholic I.iai- r
Committee mel In Marseilles for three days last week. The seco
annual meeting of the committee established to implement a reco -
mendation of a Rome meeting between leading Cath
two years ago, and designed to improve mutual understanding be-
tween the two faiths, to encourage exchange of information, and
to foster cooperation in area- ol common concern was chair j
r Roger Etchegaray the Archbishop ol Marsel ind Pi f.
Zvi Werblowskj ol Jerusalem, the chairman of the Israeli Council
for Inter-Rel gious Contacts.
Parcel Sent To Sylva Zalmanson Kuznetsov
LONDON UTAl The captain of n Soviet crui> ship ac-
cepted a parcel of vitamins and special food for 5; Iva 5aln an in
Kuznetsov and promised a group of Jewish demons! ators that ho
would delivi r i' to her pei sonall
where Mrs. Kuznetsov is serving a 10-year sentence. The pat si
was i roughl to the Southampton docks bj ol the "Thirty-
Five" Committee, which is active on behalf of Jewish poli
prisoners in the U.S.S.R. Thej were permitted to board th So
liner. Ei tonia.
Administering The Territories Said Costly
TEL AVIV (WNS) Hank of Israel fJovernor Moshe Sanba
said the adn nisten territories cost Israel abotil IL130 milli
yearly, refuting D fei Minister Moshc Dayan's statement
week claiming Israel was not losing any money because ol 1
territories and that all expenses should be considered in light ot
the economic benefits. Mr. Sanbar did no! qu< stton the benefits, b I
said Israel should not establish a situation which might hirtH
negotiation- and the signing of a peace treaty, ind added that ha
is opposed to the establishment of Industry bj Israeli investment*.
Israel And Yugoslavia Rearh Agreement
BELGRADE (WNS) Israel and Yugoslavia, which have
no diplomatic relations, have reached an agreement on a coopera-
tive fish-breeding venture. The accord, which must be ratified by
both countries, followed a 10-day visit to Israel by three Yugo-
slavian fish-breeding experts.


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