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

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

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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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Friday, December 29, 1972
LZA-Pioneer Women Set
To Open Bonds Conclave
The annual Israel Dinner of
Sts'e of the Labor Zionist Alliance
r.d the Pioneer Women Feb. 3 at
ttw Fontainebleau Hotel will
launch the 1973 Inaugural Con-
ference of State of Israel Bond*.
Anr.oimcrment of the function was
maie this week by Leo Bernstein
cf New York, executive vice presi-
dent of the Isra>! Bonds Organiza-
tion.
Two of the ration's foremost
Labor Zionist leaders were named
chairmen of the Feb. 3 dinner
fcy Mr. Bernstein. They are Moe
Levin, chairman of the board of
the Israel Hktadrut Coincil of
Sotltn Florida and Harriet (Mrs. I
Milton) Green, national vice presi-l
dent of the American Zionist Fed-
eration.
|
The Labor Zionist Alliance was
formed through the merger of the !
Farhand and the Poale Zion. and j
the combined dinner with the Pio-1
neer Women annually is a social j
highlight of the Jewish community j
calendar in South Florida.
The Inaugural Conference, which i
will be directed by Milton M. Par-
son, head of the South Florida Is- j
rael Bonds office, is expected to I
bring together thousands of Jew-,
ish community leaders from j
throughout the United States and i
AJC Leader Urges Action
To Combat Ethnic Imagery
By Special Report
BOSSEY, Switzerland An ap-
peal ti religious leaders and intel-
lect!;. :!s the world over to join in
an International effort to comha:
the caricaturing and stereotyping
of religious, rac:a!. national, and
ethnic groups wherevi r these ap-
Ten:- was made here by an Amer-
ica I Jewish interreligious leader.
In the course of a series of four
lectures before the Graduate
S hool of Ecumenical Studies of
the World Council of Churches.
Rabbi Marc II. Tanenbaum of New
York, national interreligious af-
fair-- director of the American
Jewish Committee, urged an as-
*embly of scholars and post-gradu-
atr students to "take seriously the
responsibility of demythologizing
the variety of negative, distorted
and often hostile group images that
abound in the world today.
"The overcoming systematically
~.f the myths and stereotypes that
nany westerners hold of the east-
Tn world, and vice versa, and that
Tews. Christians, Musl-ns. Budd-
lists, Hind is. Confucianists. and
>thers frequently hold about one
mother with fantastic tenacity i;
on essential precondition to the
'wilding of a harmonious world
-omnunity." he said.
Rabbi Tanenbaum. whose lec-
tures were devoted to the theme
'Judaism. Pluralism, and World
Community," served as a member
of the Bossey Graduate Ecumeni-
"al Institute faculty drring a
study week devoted to "Jewish-
Christian Relations."
Approximatedly 150 scholars >
theologians, and post-graduate stu
tents from Asia. Africa, Latin
\merica. North and South Amer-
ica, and Western Europe attended
the institute.
Canada. It will rrirk the formal
opening of the 1973 Is-acl Bands
campaign and be a national high-
'ight of the eeleb-ation of the
State of Israel's 25th anniversary'
of independence.
Mr. Levin, president of the Weiz-
mann Branch of the Farband. is a
oast president of the Histadrut
OABNfil here, a member of the na-
tional board of directors of the
National Committee for Labor Is-
rael and chairman of development
for the Israel Histadrut Founda-
tion.
President ef Lincoln Diversified
Investments, a Miami Beach-based
financial firm. Mr. Lovm was
?ommand Guard during the 1048-49 Israel
War of Independence. He has been
active in Israel Bonds and the
United Jewish Appeal since mov-
ing to Greater Miami.
Mrs. Green, president of the
South Florida Division of the
\XB \<~nn Zionist Federation, is
iresi lent of the Pioneer W Wren
C-unci! of South Florida, and has
e^n an active leader or the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and Israel Bonds for many yea-s.
A past president of the Zionist
Council of South Florida. M-s
Green has annually played a key
role in coordinating the celebra-
tion of Israel Independence Day
in the area. She has risited Israel
numerous times, and headed nu-
merous Labor Zionist and Pioneer .
Women delegations to the Jewish
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Page 3-A
Fate Of Jews Deeply Cantor Bernstein Jewfeh Community Mouni
n i m Attending Annual n .. ~- .,
Concerned Truman NATE Ccnterence (,real Pre8,den'
Continued from Page I-A
roe margin in February 1948, il
farm hi this juncture thai Mr, Tru-
niVllm Ji 1 j fi:wii inn .luni'llll'l' 111,11 MV. nil-
. _____ i;i.^...u__ n n" "l" ll"1 '" u" bii<-k the
L(in.cres8(jjg ii'gjali/.c the imiiii-
. i., ion laws to allow more dis-
placed persons "including Jews"
tn inter the United States. Yet ii"
naintahnd, in 1948, that the
United States was the proper
agency fw handling the long-range
solution <>; the Middle Last prob-
lem.
Ii wish
Over the long run, the liberal
"Fair-Deal" administration over
which Mr, Truman presided from i
1948 i" 1952 remained popular I
with Jews even when public opin-
ion began t<> run against ii as ,i
result of the Korean War. Jews
Die tact that Mr humui did Lhowed pracUcally.no defccUon to
nol recognize the stale ol Israel the Republican camp during the
until May L948 aroused specula- Eisenhower Stevenson campaign
tion at the time that he was acting ,J 1952, a fact which reflected <>n
.in ui purely political reasons. He Truman's ability to satisfy Jewish I
was up for reelection and the sentiments both in his policy to-'
lemorraue Party was in a critical u;li,l Israel and his stand on
state. Southern conservatives had domestic issues.
'tok.-n away to form the Dixie- ---------------------
ais anil urban-based liberal ele-
ments were beinj acted to
1 nfj Wallace's platfoi :ii ol "pro-
ressivt capitalism."
in addition, Thomas Dewey, the
li.liean Party candidate, had
L-ivvn atit^ng pledges of support t"
hi'l'.s. Zionists. When a Wallace
latform candidate in a largely
ev ish ('ongi e sional dist) ict in
. h" Fnt Hwiiv: won bv a two-to-
Cantor Jacob Bornstein, Re-
ligious School director at Temple
Israel of Greatei .Miami, is cur-
rently attending the eighteenth
anpua) conference of iiie N'a.-.
ional Association ol Temple Edu-
ators in Toronto.
The NATE conference, whose
lieme is "Chal Toward a Richer
hwish Life," will feature work-
shops on Innovations in Jewish
ducation, primarily audio-visual
techniques, encounter groups con-
cerned with the quest of youth,
he Canadian Jewish experience.
individualized instruction, Israel's
25th Anniversary ol Statehood,
and camping weekends.
Discussion groups will highlight
pedagogical and theological ideas
that have proved successful.
( niitiiiiini from Page l-A
nd America's precedent-setting
intervention in Korea to stem
Communism marked him as ;i
genuine leadm*. .,,., .
"Those of us who were priv-
ileged to witness and experience
his leadership will forever re-
member him with more than
fondness and pride. We will
remember Harry S. Truman
with an abiding respect."
On learning of the death of
the former President, Dr.
Charles Beber, president ol the
Greater Miami Chapter ol the
American Jewish Committee,
issued this statement
"The American Jewish Com-
mittee is saddened at u><' pass-
ing ol a urea I American and h
great Pi esident. I fan j s. "ri -
man was both a i.. pical and a
extraordinan American. Th
country trusted him because it
knew that he had no other mo-
live than the welfare of al Its
citizens,
"American Jews can never
forget how President Trumai
within minutes of the proclama-
tion of the independent Stati
oi Israel, extended de fact*
recognition to the new nation
But beyond anything else was
his broad sympathy for an
undi standing ol the rispii utions
of all men wherever they wer<
horn and w here, er they In
i II I Ian j S. Truman i ca-
lmly hi' said lhal his soul gfM -
marching on "
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Volume 45
Friday, December 29, 1972
Number 52
24 TEVETH 5733
NANKING, China In the
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i. ol li ne in a J
ne-e : rot camp in Hon
Kong This i sically be
Gen. Claire Chennault's FJ
have been cri le I
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v .ii .1! a tiisj animalIng
for our ail
chine guns called an 1-B sole-
noid.
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have
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Another Federation Milestone
The official announcement that Myron J. (Mike) Brodie
will assume the post of executive vice president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation, succeeding Arthur Rosi-
chan on Jan. 1, marks another milestone in the 34-year
history of this fastest growing Jewish community in the
world.
From a fund-raising point of view, the advent of Brodie
as the man in charge of that aspect of Federation in 1968
saw a spectacular five-fold rise from a S3 million goal
to one that has set a mark of SI5 million for the coming
year. If lay efforts have been revolutionized and the popu-
lation reached has expanded tremendously in that period,
the fact remains that with Brodie at the helm the change
has been a dramatic one these past four years.
Federation's role in the community has changed with
financial success and stability, and the test of the new
executive's leadership would appear to lie in how he con-
fronts these changes in planning for the Jewish community
of the '70s. We wish him well.
Overlapping Studies Beneficial
Duplicating efforts by Jewish agencies have often been
criticized, but there are times when their overlapping
studies prove of great benefit.
The American Jewish Committee recently warned of
the steppe d-up missionary efiorts of such well-organized
groups as Campus Crusade for Christ, the "Jesus Freaks"
and the highly financed "Key '73" drive of evangelistic
churches aimed, in part, at converting Jews to Christianity.
The seriousness of such movements and their possible
effect on impressionable Jewish youth has been well-
publicized.
On the other hand, a B'nai B'rith survey of 80 college
campuses reveals that the movement is finding few con-
verts among Jewish college students. Only a "negligible
percentage" of Jewish youth have been attracted to these
fundamentalist appeals, according to the study, which
also finds that the figures are "zealously overblown" and
do not justify some of the rising fears and alarm in the
Jewish community.
We imagine that the truth lies somewhere in between,
but more important is the fact that the Jewish community
has been alerted to another condition which highlights the
need for action to assure its survival. B'nai B'rith Hillel di-
dectors on campus have initiated programs of counterac-
tion for college youth gut our present situation calls for
even more study of where our American priorities should
be ofter years of neglect of the education of both our young
and old in ihe meaning and strength of Judaism as a living
force.
Step Toward Building Bridges
The formal dedication of a center for Conservative
Judaism in Israel represents an impor'ant stop to
building bridges between Israelis ar.d Conservative Jews
in this country. Reform Judaism hes had a presence in
Israel for a number of years since the- of ".he
Hebrew Union College facilities for Americcn rabbi
students, as well as a chapel.
While Conservative rabbis are sti ol '
by the official rabbinate or the I
fairs, there ere now 10 Conservative synagogue* in L
and the movement is attracting many pre"
observant Jews. It is of more then
Moshe Kol Minister of Tourism and leadet of
pendent Liberal Party, has a
beard of directors.
As ihe new president of the (
cil of Synagogues sc
Israel, the time has come fcr
non-Orthodox rabbi*-, v/ho represei
out the v/orld.
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fi it, but only at th.' final i.-i-
stant. So I caught the last plane
out o' M inila, and I was t!i is
trappe I in 1 when the
Japanc e broke th rough at Mag-
azine Gap,
IHE POINT of this ancient
story is simple enough. I have
now seen at least four factories,
all in Chinese rural count i- s,
that you could not have reached
by road in the old days. All
four could easily have produced
unlimited quantities of 1-B sol-
enoids, precision-made as was
required. considerably more
easily than they currently and
mo>t ingeniously produce their
own ma"hine tools.
Everything in China has
Changed, in truth, except the
endlessly resilient, hard-work-
in? and clever Chinese people.
The qualify nf life has changer!.
vastly for the worse for the an-
cient ruling c!as> but for the
better for everyone else. Thi- is
true not only in the cities bit
also in ,W|e formerly remote t
countryside.
The countryside itself has
changed, because there are now
trees and roads, and there are
no more graves wasting land
that can be usefully cropped.
The agriculture has changed in
many fascinating ways, and i"
Continued on Page 12-A

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COMMENT
People ask me how come I
am not indignant with what lias
been happening in this country
since the re-election of our Pres-
ident. Easy. Good Americans are
good sports and to the victor be-
longs the spoiling.
And. besides. It's the winners
who should be indignant. They
got what they wanted, right?
Take the indignation meeting of
the tenants in the high-rises on
mid Beach Collins Avenue over
rising rents. Their two precincts
stood out on the lone Island of
Democratic majority as fervent
pporters of "Four More
Years." They got it.
ok iifi: pei i < v.h i go In
I out of the on
like an-
Presi I
prosperity I the
ln iy expt:'
the pa is no be
the
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I
take care ol then- own problems
ialthough the non-union Cuban
labor proved even 120'' patrio-
tic, posing a dilemma) I am not
quite so confident that the
American press is competent or
willing to defend its own. let
alone mine, First Amendment
rights. The track record to date
is not so good.
TAKE THE Supreme Court
decision on June 29, 1972. which
set the stage for the present
wave of making jailbirds out of
reporters and editors by ruling
that apermen had
no right to refuse providing
... with eonfid- n1 la]
'- : ita, A nding to an ar-
ticle bj Norman Isaacs I
Columbia Journalism Review,
i ige ol the ; ii
mi : ....
In some 'news] there
y. In
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Of

;
i". Post am >ng th >m,
what our
PresidV t

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i some-
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the press

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bv EDVVAKD COHEN
.ii. i inuina, S n ..i i in, w
warned some time back
"The only part of the Bill
Rights that the Administrat
hasn't either rewritten or vio-
lated is the only one it shoul 1
have the 'right to bear arms
THE VICE President, who .
be offering us the opportunii
of four more of the same i
worse after this period, is often
the target of the press for h\<
attempts to intimidate it. but
I ha^e failed to see any indi -
nation about the President -
. Justice. Not about his
gal attitude, but his public
sit ion that speeches he ma
nations like
rican Bar Association
not to be i -od or broad
and that if he so d sin
could bar all newsmen.
So, you see. there really i-
surprise when he tieats the i
d in the way he
his arrival on the O
WELL Louis Kohl
th- Wall Street Journal, v
ol the decision on the Pen'.
edlcted that
of the election)
ntrol the court wW in
. decide th" cont r il ol
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Friday. December 29, 1972
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NAIM, RUSSELL AT FONTAINEBLEAU
Monday CFI Dinner
Will Attract 1,400
Honorecs of Israel some 1.400
Strong will hold a glittering
New Year's Day Dinner Danse
Monday night at the Fontainebleau
Hotel to open the year's program
for Capital for Israel in South
Florida. A 6 p.m. reception will
precede the 6:30 p.m. dinner, with
attendance limited to persons who
bought SI.000 or more in e'ther
Capital for Israel or Israel Bond>
securitie- durins 1972.
Asher Nairn, fi'-t secretary of
the Israel Embassy in Washington,
"-ill be the guest of honor of the
dinner dance. Joey Russell, one of
the Favorite Jewish American hu-
morists, hoari'lpe- a s;u>.-iai enter-
tainment program.
Dr. Leon Kronish, rah'ii of Tem-
ple I*eth Sholcm a:: I national
chairman of the rabbinic '!>inet
for Israel B !.-'-. and Milton M.
Parson, director r the South Flor-
ida office, also will participate in
the program.
The Israel Bank of Agriculture,
an agency formed to ail Israel's
farmine industry and to increase
food production for the Increasing
population, will receive proceeds ol
the 1973 Cap:ta! for Israel issue.
In the past two decades. Israel
has boosted azriciilUiral exports
from S17 million to more than
S165 million, and at the same time
the Jewish state has become vir-
tually self sufficient in a producing 80'' of its food needs.
The new securities of the Israel
Bank of Agriculture will he'n Is-
rael to narrow the defiiit in its bal-
ance of t'-ad" P"d to nrovide em-
Rabbi Presents 2nd Review
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will pre-
sent the second in a series of book
reviews Tuesday at 11 a.m. in
Temple Ner Tamiil's Louis and
Goldie Cohen Chapel. He has
chosen the book, "I'm O.K.
You're O.K." by Thomas Anthonr
Harris, M.D.. which gives an in-
sight into the destructive forces
emanating from a derogatory and
disparaging opinion of oneself. The
general community is invited to
attend.
RETIRED RABBI
0.'?standing speakei, seeks part-
time position, or for coming High
Holidays in a Congregation or Hotel.
Write R. R. Box 2973, Miami, Fla.
33101.
ISRAELI
YOUNG MAN, 28,
Good appearance, residon. in Miami
3 years, wishes !c meet young lady
for componionship. Graduate Tel
Aviv University. Write G. P., Box
2973, Miami, Fla. 33101.

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of Russian Jews coming to Israel.
Reservations for Monday night's
dinner dance may be made at the
Capital for Israel and Israel B >;uls
offices. Suite 2A, 420 Lincoln Road
Boildirg. by any member of the
Honorecs of Israel.
This event is expected to attract
some 1,-100 persons. The new issue
of Bank of Agriculture securities s
United to $15 million, of which
approximately one half has b n
subscribed, Mr. Parson said.
Nicaragua Relief
Effort Led By
Myron H. Cohen
Myron H. Cohen, Miami Beach
civic and religions leader, has been
named chairman or a Nicaraguan
Relief Committee organized by
Temple Kmanu-EI.
Mr. Cohen will supervise efforts
of the Miami Beach synagogue
and its youth groups in collecting
funds and supplies for the sur-
vivors of the earthquake which
devastated Managua last weekend.
Financial secretary of Temple
Emanu-EI, Mr. Cohen said Wed-
nesday the Nicaraguan Consul
General in Miami had issued a call
lor L'0.000 pints of whole blood.
Death toll in the Nicaragua cap-
ital was at least 6.000 persons.
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Friday, December 29, 1972
USY Walk-a-Thon
For World Jewry
Some 100 Jewish teenagers of
niti I Synagogue Youth will be
tn i hi streets of Miami Beach for
ii Third Annual Tikun Olam
Walk-A-Thon tor World Jewry
Sunday, .Ian. 7.
The opening ceremonies will
take place .\\ Temple Nor Tamtd.
' ith St. and Carlyle Ave., vvith
Mayor Chuck Hall presenting a
odamation declaring Jan. 7
nited Synagogue Youth Day in
the City of Miami B< ach
The VSY> :-. representing the Li
i 'onscrvative Synagogues in South
Florida, have been soliciting spon-
irs foi the patl two months tor
their len-mile walk. Similar Walk-
Trons are taking place in every
city throughout the seven south-
. n states and Puerto Rico which
encompasses the Southeast Region.
Diane Linson of Beth Torah
Congregation, North Miami Reach.
and Debbie Pixel of Temple Sinai.
Hollywood, chairman of the Walk-
A-Thon, say they expect to reach
-''..ooo goal this year.
The Walk-A-Thon is not only a
I cans of raising money, hut of
gaining public awareness fiom the
community for the cause for which .
It is he'd. It uius Jewish causes i
throughout the world.
Oxer 40 charity agencies will be I
allocated funds from this Walk-a-
Thon. including Israel Emergency
Fund. Student Struggle for Soviet
Jewry, Mopc-n David Blood Rank.
a seminary in Argentina, and Tlk-
ah. a program for cducable re- j
tardi 1 Jewish children which has'
three existing classes at present in i
the Miami area.
Funds arc also sent to support
I the American Student Center at
, the Hebrew University In Jeru-
salem and used to provide scholar-
ships to enable VSY members to
articipate In a summer program
in Israel, Russia and throughout
the Cnited States.
The USYera Will proceed down
Collins Ave. beginning at 81st St.
ii 10 a.m. and conclude at ar>-
'>roximately 2:30 p.m. with a picnic
and song festival at Roy's Cainu
Ion Biscayne St. behind the Dec
Track.
Marshall Raituch, Regional
youth director, reports that 4
. dults will participate as super
visors, check ]>oint signers, re-
freshment servers, first aid statior
attendees, and general coordina
tors. This group is under the di
j rection of Al Nirenborg, Youth
Director, Temple Ner Tamid and
Judge Arthur Winton. chairman
Regional Youth Commission.
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Young Singles Will
Hold UN-New Year's
Eve Party Saturday
In the year of the L'n-Cola, the
"toung Singles of Temple Emanu-
El are sponsoring their "(In-New
Years Eve Party Saturday, the
night before New Year's Eve.
Tlte event will take place at the
Lehrman Day School, 77th St. and
Dickens Ave., Miami Beach, at
8-30 p.m.
Martin I.istowsky, M.S.W., co-
ordinator of the Young Singles
Group, says he s;>ecifieally chose
the night of the 30th to demon-
strate that Jewish Young Singles
an "do their own beautiful thing"
it any time, even on a night that
few other groups would choose for
fear of having an unsuccessful
, function.
Temple Emanu El's Young
' Singles Events usually attract be-
tween 150-200 i>ersons. At least
that ninny are expected at this
dance.
taurir*T n > srs., huh
Holiday Films Shown
Holiday films being held over at
Wometco Theatres in the area
include "The Getaway." at the
Carlb and Miracle; "Up the Sand-
box'' at th' Patio and Carlyle,
and "The Emigrants" at the May-
fair and Sunset. "1776" can still
l e seen at the Byron, and "Fiddler
on the Roof" at the Parkway.
If you're rich
and beautiful,
why aren't we
having an affair?
Ft could be the perfect affair. And it should be. After all, we're
talking about the most important moments in your life. Your
daughter'.1; wedding. Your son's confirmation. The one big party
of the season.
At times like there, you deserve the Eden Roc. The figures
may come to a little more, but would you really settle for any-
thing less?
Our catering director, Charlotte Horn, is without peer on
The Beach. Please don't hesitate to call her for advice, for spe-
cialized attention, and for a chance to look over the magnificent
new Cotillion Room.
Eden Roc
Hotel, Yacht and Cabana Club.
Ocean from 45th to 47th Street On the new Miami Beach
Charlotte Horn, JE 2-2561.
MAYOR CHUCK HALL
Masons Installing
Mayor Chuck Hall
Hibiscus Lodge 275, F. & A.M.
.ill install Mayor Chuck Hall as
'' new* Worshipful Master for
1973 at an open installation meet-
:ig Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the
Scottish Rite Temple, 471 N'W 3rd
>t., Miami.
The installing officer will he
1 R. Chubby Wright, with R. VV.
'ack Fleming acting as installing
marshal]
This gala installation affair wiV
ie open to the public, ladies and
gentlemen, and the many friends
\nd Masons who know and admirv
Mayor Chuck Hall are cordially
nvited to attend.
The host and welcoming commit-
'ee will consist of ;dl Past Masters
and present officers of Hibiscus
'-odge.
YM-YWHA Offering
Extension Classes
At Highland Oaks
Afternoon extension programs
'or kindergarten through sixth
Tader* at Highland Oaks Elcmcn-
ary School will begin Jan. 9. ac
ording to Robert Silver, health
Mid Dhvticel education director or
he YM-YWHA of Greater Miami.
The program will be open to all
children of the North Miami Beach
and nearby areas, regardless of
which school they attend, and will
orovide a variety of classes, inter-
est groups, and sport activities.
Registration for the first 10-
eek session will be held in th'
'highland Oaks Cafetorium Tues-
*av and Wednesday from 3:15 to
vl5 p.m. Resist rat ions for the
-"cond 10-week session, beginning
Mai oh :>0 will be accepted on or
before March 14.
Registration blanks and addi-
ional information mav he ob-
ained by calling the Health and
Physical Education Denartment a*
he YM-YWHA. Registration mav
he made by mall but will not be
completed until check for fee and
naterials is receive I.
Residents of the Seasons and Seasons North high rise apart-
ments in Miami Beach purchased more than $76,000 in
State of Israel Bonds at a recent dinner honoring Miami
civic leader J. J. Lansburgh at the Season's Restaurant.
Shown looking over the State of Israel Atzmaut (Independ-
ence) Award presented to Mr. Lansburgh are Morris Fischer,
(left) cochairman; Mr. Lansburgh, and Charles Moak,. chair-
man of the record-setting banguet. The dinner highlighted
the observance of Israel's 25th anniversary of independence
by residents of the Miami Beach high rise.
Hialouh Rare Course
Umler New Ownership
The sale of Hialeah Race Course
to a BTOun headed by financier
Tohn W. Galbreath was consum-
tated at Firs! National Bank of
Miami last week when a check for
l VK1P00 was turned over to
hi ild of the old coi pora-
Mon. headed by Eugene Mori.
Finalizing an agreement thai had
leen drawn up months ago and
ncted unon al a stockholders meet-
'< held al Hi ileah Dec. 19.
The new management team had
ted Mr, Galhreath as president
Nov. 28; John W. Hanes, former
chairman of the New York Racing
Association, was elected vice pres-
ident at that meeting, and Walter
O'Connell, chairman of the execu-
tive committee of the Olin Mathie-
son Con-oration, was selected as
vice president and treasurer. It is
expected that additional members
will be able to buy into the new
syndicate.
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\bur little girl
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Will it be a small wedding and a big reception, or vice versa?
After all, there are a lot of relieved girl friends and rejected boy
friends that have to be accommodated, one way or another.
Either way, there are no two ways about who should handle
the affair. Who else but the Deauville? For the affair of the
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*Jewlst fhrkfian
Friday, December 29, 1972
Halpern To Receive
Scroll Of Honor Jan. 9
Ing C, 1'atpern will receive
t) State of Israel Scroll of Honor
lay, Jan. 9 in the recreation
ni the Forum Apartments in
th M a ; Beach.
award ceremony will Ik1 Hie
hif i lit u' a "Night in Israel"
; .1". sponsored by the Weiz-
Lodge .)!' B'nai B'rlth in con-
ju ctlon with the Greater Miami
Bonds Organization.
ris ScTineick-rman is ehair-
j of th.' function, which will
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CALL 379-1054 I
I feature a special salute to Halpern
j ar-rM^ael's 25th anniversary. Joey
Russell, notr.l rVnr>ri un-Jeuish hu-
morist, will hnd the entertain-
ment roster and Lila Savitt. inter-
national linger and accordionist,
will lead off the 7:30 p.m. program.
Mr. Halpern. a successful busi-
nessman, retired and came to
Floiiria in 1968 and has continued
a lifelong involvement in civic and
Jewish philanthropic causes. He
is president of Weizmann Lodge of
B'nai B'rlth and a veteran worker
in the Israel Bonds orogram. He
and Mrs. Ha'.pem are also active
in the United Jewish Appeal and
Zionist Organization of America.
Milton M. Parson is director of
the soonsoring Israel Bonds Or-
ganization, with William Pressman
coordinator. Other committee
members include Nathan Atarams
Abel R. Dall, Arthur EhrHch, Jack
Friedman. Abraham Ganeies. Ira
I. Kemelbor. Murray H. Kartoff,
Fred A. Kuhn, M. Theodore Kurtz
Milton Margolis Morris Oxman.
Irving D. Rudnick. Benjamin L.
Schwartz. Abraham Siegel and Irv-
ing J. Weissman.
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Moses9Message Undimmed
By DR. S. T. SWIRSKY
Temple Beth Jacob
This week we are commenciiv
the study of the second book o
the Pentateuch, called Exoeiu
' m m e d i a tely
"here appears
before us the
.rodigious fig-
'.re of Moses
\hosc luster has
iot been dim-
tied by the 30
"ontnries that
cparate him
'rorn us.
Verily, it has
seen said, how
Rabbi Swirsky small is the
mountain of Si-
nai compared to the colossal an
mortal image of Moses tower
i) over it. He fulfilled .the long
teg of his kinsmen for politica"
ixeedom and then set out to trans
mite them into a spiritual nation
with an ethereal mandate of living
under His law to the last genera-
tion of mankind.
But the message of Moses is
a'-o of a universal nature. It
cosses millenia and transcends
boundaries. It reaches out to al
arankind with mystical nuance;
end touches every heart with e
j i :','nant imperative.
These an' times of crises and
iromonts of despair. We. can either
go through life traveling or W
can go through ramping. Th
piejent generation has been tramp
ir.g
The traveler has a purpofe anr'
a goal while the tramp has neither.
1' there is a purpose then there is
rreaning in what we do and one
may draw inspiration from the
irontiers we are trying to reach
or the summits we attempt to
*iale.
The wiso Roman philosopher,
SVneca, spiel "Our plans miscarry
because they have no aim. When a
sxan does not know what harbo'
h< is making for no wind is the
right wind."
Today. America and the wo*-lr
j< a seething cauldron of divisive
nt u and discontent fomented by-
hatred and blind prejudice. People
arc everywheA> tested in a cru?i
bJe of affliction. Mistaking license
in- freedom and vindictiveness for
privileges and refc'mentation fo'
unity, mankind is surrounded by
inclement tongues of wild fires,
fanned by fear, which are destroy-
ing the ramparts of the world.
Amid a cacophony of dithy-
lambs. tyrants have pulverized Mt.
Sinai into shifting, aimless grains
ci sand ami hurled humanity hack
1o Sinai the wilderness. Surround-
ed by carnage. Moses, the death-
less seer, with a clarion voice and
divine prescience, is speaking over
1he centuries to the polyglot i>ee>-
j:!es at the United Nations.
The first need for the world is
10 reestablish the principle of
moral law. Just as the cosmos is
> tiled by immutable laws, so is the
human universe guided by law
which if flaunted will result in
disaster. The inescapable chokr
lor society is either anarchy or
moral authority.
One law for the weak and the
strong, the alien and the native
the mighty and the humble. Th<-
is the Mosaic determination as i*
reverberates t>rough the Bible
ramely. the rights of man because
he is a creation of God. This is the
tefrain reiterated by the proohets
in fury and pathos, in zeal and
probity: this is the dictum ritn
rated by John Locke and Tom
Jefferson, that there are indispen-
sable and inalienable rights be-
longing to every man by virtue of
the fact that he has the image of
God upon him and the spirit of
God within the deepest recesses
of his conscienr*
While man is gripping the clubs \
Of a Stone Age in the struggle for
survival, it were better if he cleav-
ed to the tablets of stone as only
these will assure him of a tomor-
row. Instead of succumbing to t\v
rule of gold, it would be of saving
race if he embraced the golden
ile.
The second imperative is the
jnception of the brotherhood of
eople. This assumes not only the
juality of all people but also the
nescapable corollary of their mu-
lal responsibility toward each
ther. While I may not be my
rother's keeper, I am most as-
jredly my brother's brother!
There can never be moral neu-
ral ity or human isolation. People
Mist ever be sensitive to other's
tin and respond to the cry of the
>nely and hear the muted anguish
f those lacerated by the lashings
if the misanthrope.
Finally we must realize that
'iese imperatives entail and de-
mand sacrifice. Every ennobling
lea. everything of beneficence
as been wrought through sacri-
ice. Low requires it. honor flour-
;hes through it. integrity cannot
xist without it and freedom is
omented by it. History teaches
hat when a people :s willing to
nartyr itself for an ideal, then the
ieal lives and so do the peop'e.
.et nations sublimate their bellig-
erent instincts into cooperative en-
lea vor for the common good of all
- the blending of swords into
"lowshares atomic energy in-
ead ot atomic destruction
nan bowing to God and1 not act-
ng as a demigod.
The eloquent and soothing ad-
monition of the soer ,is.;lto- look
p and behold Him above, to look
>ut and see humankind.'lo look in
>nd search conscience.
Then, and only then, will men
ie privileged to look about and
'learken to the melodv of children
>laying, the music of a mother's
illaby, the rhaosody of neighbor-
iness, the symphony of all i>eople
each one playing his own cul-
ural instrument but together pro-
ducing the heavenly chorus, the i
salming paean of a wor'.d enrap-
ured in the cadences of human
"venades.
By RABBI DR. SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is the Twentieth Psalm
recited on week-dn.vs towards
the end of the morning prayers?
Based on an old tradition that
I he first two Psalms are one
Berakot 9bI, this Psalm follows
ighteen of David's Psalms just as
its incorporation into the morning
liturgy makes it follow the
Ighteen benedictions of the main
body of prayer.
Some claim it was added before
he prayer which speaks of the
oming of a "Redeemer to Zion"
< c.itise it is supposed to allude to
.he day when the redemption of
the people of Israel will bring re-
lief to the suffering people from
their adversaries. One who has
finished presenting his petitions to
the Almighty winds up his prayers
with a hope that restoration will
finally come to the suffering people
in some sort of an eschatological
period.
Others consider this prayer an
expression of distress blended with
hope. The distress is either that
of David who flees from his ene-
mies or that of the Almighty who
s distressed at the sight of the
suffering of his |>eople. Its use
after the main body of prayer
would then indicate that after one
is finished praying he feels the.
urgency of his anguish and st>eks
for redemption whose coming will
eventually relieve both the mind
of man and the heart of the sym-
pathetic Almighty, who is always
concerned and involved in the
welfare of His creation.
(Copyright 1972, Jewish
Telegraphic Agency. Inc>

SYNOPSIS Of THE WEEKLY TOJTAH PORTION
Shemos
ISRAEL IN BONDAGE: Many years after the death of
Joseph the Hyksos Kings who ruled Egypt in succession were
overturned and a new Pharaoh (probably Thothmen III. founder
of the 18th Egyptian dynasty > at the beginning of the 15th cen-
tury B.C.E. afraid that the Israelis who were living in Goshen
might remain loyal to the previous king, initiated a policy of
operation that gradually reeluced them to slavery. This was the
start of Israel's bondage in Egypt. Pharaoh ordered the Hebrew
midwives to kill all male children at birth. However, (earing
God, they disobeyed him. Thereupon Pharaoh decreed that every
new born son should be drowned in the river Nile.
BIRTH AND EARLY YEARS OF MOSES: Amram and
Yochebed, members of the tribe of Levi, had two children,
Miriam and Aaron; soon after the king's edict, a second son was
born. After hiding him for three months, his mother placed him
in an ark made of bulrushes among the reeds on the banks of
the river Nile, leaving Miriam to watch it from a distance.
Pharaoh's daughter came down to bathe, saw the basket and
sent one of her maidens to fetch it. She realized it was a
Hebrew child and, touched with pity, decided to adopt it. Miriam
came forward and asked the princess for permission to find a
nurse for the child, and brought back the child's real mother, un-
der whose care the boy was taught the traditions of his ances-
tors. When he grew older he was taken to the royal palace and
given the name of Moses, meaning "Drawn Out of the Water."
When he reached manhood, Moses went out to see bow his fellow
Israelites were faring, he saw an Egyptian overseer beating one
of the Hebrews. He killed the Egyptian and, looking around to.
see that no one was near, buried the body in sand. Fearful that
his life was in danger, Moses fled. He settled in the land erf
Midian, in the southeastern region of the Sinai pennisula, where
he became a shepherd, tending the flocks of Jethro. Eventually
he married Jethro's daughter, Zipporah.
CALL OF MOSES: The Pharaoh died, but the oppression of
the Israelites continued with even greater severity und:*r his
successors, and the people cried out to God for help and redemp-
tion. While tending sheep at Horeb, in the Sinai pennisula Moses
encountered a very strangely inspiring sight a bush in the dis-
tance covered in flames, yet not being consumed. In this vision
God revealed himself unto Moses and directed him to be the
messenger that would go to Pharaoh and command him, in the
name of God, to let the children of Israel go free. (Exodus,
Chapters 1 to 6).
lummiij 1,111
imam*.
Groii.
25
-ONG. AN-NELL (Branch of Hebrew
C!dm/u)'J7,h St and Meridian
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Ben
H,llel- ____u_ 251A
'^vwB^^,,OHN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Av.
?n,r. l Hab'i' Tibor H- Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. aj
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
--------
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowit*
--------
BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert Baumgard 3
Friday 8:30 p.m. Rnlihl Parry Altman
will speak on: "Looking Bnck At 'The
Forward'."
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Coneervative. ~ai>bl Irving A. Wem-
gart. Cantor William W. Lipton. 4
Friday 8:30 p.m. (at Coral Way
Sanctuary) Rabbi Irving A. Welngart
will officiate. Hat Mitzvah: Robin,
(laughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Arthur
Adler. College student homecoming
Shabbnt. Saturday i> a.m. (at Coral
Way) liar .Mitzvah: Joshua, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Medvin.
-----------
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman. 5
--------
BETH KODESH, ,101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Cantor Lecn Segai. 6
Friday 8:16 p.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will discuss. "What Do I Expect Of
The New Year'.'", followed by Oneg
Sliabhai hosted by Mr Bernard Bedon
in memory of hit beloved wife. Helyn.
Saturday 8:4". am., topic: "KxodllS
Into Exile!"
------a-
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8*h
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles
Ruhel. Cantor Seymour Hinkee. 8
Friday 8:16 p.m. Rabbi Charles Rubel
w ill have as his sermon tonic: "The
Paradox of Hlslory.". followed by
Dneg Sbabb.it hosted by Tom and
Rose eiruberg In honor of their golden
wedding anniversary.
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Mi.
ami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot. 10
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi faul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
Friday 8:15 p.m.. Rabbi Bender'e ser-
mon topic will be: "The Message t >f
The Stars" Saturday 8:45 a.m. "The
Portion elf The Week."
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OR OLOM (Temple' 8755 SW 16th
St. C-nservative. ttabbi Elliot
Winogrsd. Cantor Vehouda Binya-
min. 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 65O0 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
Friday 8:15 p.m liahbi Maurice Klein
will have as his sermon topic: "It Is
Lditer Than You Think."
ZION (Temple). 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
aervative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Helfman. 16
Friday 8 prm College Hon-.ecoming
Sabbath. Sermon topic: "The Chal-
lenge of Higher Education", follow-
ed by Ones; Shabbat hosted by Sister-
hood. Saturday y a.m sttrmon: Sed.
rah of the Week."
HIAUAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 9S1 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek, 15
Friday 8:15 p.m., Rabbi Nathan Zolon-
dek will have as his sermon topic:
"The Reward of Sacrifice." Saturday
9:30 a.m.
NOfffN MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 121st St. Conservative. Rbbi
Joseph Gorfihkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbaum. 35
Miami" bmch
AGUDATH ISRAW.. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever.
--------
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 RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef-
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniah.
Canter David Conviser. 21
Friday 8:15 p.m. Dr. Leon Kronlsh
will speak on: "Will The New Year
Witness The End of UN?" Saturday
t0:45 a.m., Bar Mitzvah: Benjamin
?..?' H** ?nltR Teitelbaum and Dr
Philip Teitelbaum.
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
eky. jj
3^.TH.YOSEPH CHAIM CONOnEGA.
I TION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
CUBAN HEBREW*CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox
Rbbi Dow Rorencwaig. 23
CUBAN SEP-HAROICHEBREW CON.
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave.,
Rabbi Msir Masliah Melamed. 23-A
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
uenrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 34
Friday S:30 p.m. annual homecoming
.college students Sabbath. Dr. Lehr-
man Bill have as his sermoh topic:
The Accent Is >nuth." Saturday 9
1m.. Rabbi Lehrmaa will preach on
-he weekly portion of the Bible; 1030
Lm., Bar Mitzvah: I.ouis Jay. son of
vjr and Mrs. Morris Cohen; Anthony
O.iphanr' "' J^- and Mrs' Murra>'
HEBREW ACADEm"y~2400 Pins Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander a
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
--------
MENORAH (Temptei. 620 TSth St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nieo Foldman. 2>
Friday 8:15 p.m; Saturday Sam Bar
Mitzvah: Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs
Maurice Brill.
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NER TAMID (Temple). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
Friday 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Eugene Labo-
vitz's sermon will be: New Year Ob-
servation! and Resolutions."
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OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonlta Dr. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman.
Cantor Leo Radin 30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 3t
--------
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi '.vrohom
Groner. 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
way, North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive Rabbi Emmet Allen Frank. Can.
tor Murray Yavneh. 32-A
--------
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARD
CONGREGATION, 707 5th St., Mi.
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor-
decai Chaimovits.
NORTH mi A".: BCACM
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schllnsky. Can.
tor Reuvan Eckhaui. 33
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson 34
--------
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Victor D.
Zwelling. Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
SINAI (temple), ot NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irvino
Shulkes. 37
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. 3a
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 17'.st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Zalman Koasowsky. 39
CORAL GAMES
JUDEA (Temple,. 5500 Granada BWd.
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kippefi 40
Friday 8:15 p.m.. Creative Bftjpbath
service by Youth Croup. Saturday
11:15 a.m.. Bar Mitzvah: Peter, sou of
Dr. ajid Mrs. Ronald Teichner.
*AMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell A.
Berger. Cantor P. Hillel Brummer.
41
SURfSIDt
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION,
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. 50
fORT UUDfMDAU
--------
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva.
Brilliant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
P0MPAN0 UACM
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 610\
NW 9th St.
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Canter Jacob J. Rsnzer.
HAUANOALM
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
(Conservstive). 416 NE 8th Ave.
Rabbi Harry E. Sehwsrtz, Cantor
Jscob Danziger.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (Temple;. 13*1 8. 14th Ave.
Reform. Ribbi Samuel Jaffe. 49
Friday 8:15 p.m. sermon topic: "Our
Priorities tar 1973 Saturday 11 a.m ,
Bar Mitzvah: David W>rner. son of
Air. and Mrs. Theodore Bolotin.
Bf JH HA-LOM (Temple). 4*01 Ar-
thur St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
K.alavsky. Cantor Irving Geld.
**' Conservstive. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbrsun. 47
TEMPLE BETH AHM. Coaeeevetive,
310 S.W. 62nd Avenue, HoHywood.
R*bbi Salomon Benerroch.
TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal) 5001
Thomas Street, Hollywood. Rabbi
Robert Frazin.
miRAMAK
ISRAEL (Temple). B920 SW 38th 9t.
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Draii"-
Cantor Abraham Koster. *
,*AAAaa CANDLEUGHTING TIMf
24 TEVETH
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Friday. December 29, 1972
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Page 11-A
Berger Delivers Paper
AtAAJE's New York Meet
Herbert Zvi Bei-per, exec"tive
an til of the'. C'eiitial 'Am-ncy
[or JetVistl t-Mnuatioii.'wns'anioni;
.- group of directora of Bureau
of Jewish Education delivering
papers on fbe relationship* of Kod-
erationa to central Agencies for
Jewish Kdueation at the annual
i icclinq of t!io American Associa-
tion of Jewish Education last week
in New York City.
Th session was part of the
oven 'I theme of the conference
vhioi] dealt with an examination
c the role of the AAJK during
ihi amlng decade os coordinating
IxkIv for Jewish education through*
(ut 1 ie United state? and Canada.
The continuing emphasis placed j
on Jewish education throughout !
the .)i'ii'r\ was reflected in the
conference, which dealt with such:
areai as planning, coordination,!
sue vision, evaluation, and re-
scarrh and development for the
tota Jewish community.
Mr Bei^er is a memher of the
lOxectftive o>mirittcc of the Na- !
tionei Council for Jewish Educa-:
lion, the National Board of Li-
cense the National Audio-Visual1
Council, and the American Asso-
ciation of School Administrators.
He Recently directed a survey of
Jewfch education in Montreal
which was published and is chang-
ing \hv entire community struc-
ture, in regards to education.
In addition to the meetings of
the AAJK. Mr. Berger also at-
tended the annual mid-winter con-
ference of the National Council
lor Jewish Education, the profes-
sional organization of Jewish edu-
cators, and a special memorial
meeting eulogtone' a number of
Lowe-Levinson's
Plawiii Kxliihit
Opens Wednesday
The Lpwe-Levinson Art Gallen
I Terhn'e Bern, gfto'lom Is onrfrtrW
in exhibition of recent naintines
uhadlng Jewish eciuWtbrt \MftfW<5 *\ Henrv Plawin WeCncsda wit>
lied doling the past year A spe- n cocktail reception from 8 I" 10
;ial luncheon honored Dr. Judah >.m., according to Judy Druckci
Pilsh, former executive director of i vmii,. ser cochairmen oi th,
the National Institute for Curi leu-: Gallery.. '
lum Research, on the occasion of
I is 70th birthday and retirement.
Abramah J. Glttelson, associate
xecutive director of the Agency,
also attended tlie AAJK Confer-
ence and participated in the repi.it
ol the new structure of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education
vis-a-vis Federation.

Rabbi Stern
Officiates at
Israel Rites
Rabbi Tibor Stern of the Jacol
C. Cohen Community Synagogw
last week officiated at re!: lo I
-< rcmoni's in Jerusalem convert-
ing Ellyahu, four-year-old sou oi
Dr. and Mrs. Shmuel Gurwltch, to
Judaism.
Dr. Gurwltch, a Russian theoreti-
cal physlcl8t whom Rabbi Stern
heljied emigrate to Israel, is now
on the staff of the Weizmaann In-
stitute. Rabbi Stern converted
Mrs. Gurwltch in the Soviet Union
I last summer,
The Miami Beach spiritual lead-
j er also met in Israel last week
j with President Zahnan Shazar and
Ashk.'nazi Chief Rabbi Shlonv
1 Goren.
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ial artist in New York ("it ,
: 1943-1950, and since then has
.vorked as a commercial artist
here in Miami, teaching oil paint-
ng privately and at Miami-Dade
nnioi College, and painting for
xhibitions and galleries.
Mr. Plawin specializes in por-
raits and seascapes but is also
cry adept with woodcuts. He
tudied at the Art Students League
ii New York, and privately with j
harles Schroeder and Edgar
Uoomster. He Is a member of i
'.Hie Dome. Miami Art League
American Artists Professional
league.
Mr. Plawin paints in many ilif-
i rent styles and moods. The result
s an interesting and varied show \
ippealing to differing art tastes
The exhibit, which ends Jan. 20.
is open .Monday Friday 9-5; Sat-
urday and Sunday' 9-12:30 p.m.
Tropical Stakes
Races Scheduled
Tropical Park moves into the
lew year with two important
rtakes programmed for the hoii-
lay weekend. On Saturday, fillios
in sixteenth miles on the turf for the
;25,(Xfl add.d prize of the Miss
v!orida Handicap. On New Year's
>ay. older ho~ses will go after the
50.0C0 added of the W. L. Mc-
,'night Handicap at nine furlongs
m the turf.
Both afternoons of racing have
everal supporting allowance lea-
t'uvs on the 10-race program with
irst post for the Tropical Park at
"a'-er Race Course meeting set
it 1:15 p.m. each afternoon Mon-
day through Saturday.
Closed circuit television "ill be
i mptoyed at Tropical Park on
New Year's Day to bring In the
several bowl games in progress, fn
addition the professional playoffs
will be shown, conditions permit-
rCabhinicitl Jclevision ]~ 'roaramt
Dec. -ti < i. i. 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
(Repeat 'd "n Ch. 2 at 6:30 ;> m.i
Host: Rev. Luther <' Pierce
Topic: "Youn Cletgympn and Their FufwV
Guests: ftSBBI BaYrJ All nan and R<*> Charles
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Dee. :',i Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Morion Malavsky, Temple Bi'th
Shalom
l>er. :n Ch. 7, -0 a m, The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Eugene Labovit/, Temple Ner Tam'd
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*Jewisli ftcrJdfiatn
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\ Continued From Page 4-A
will change further, too.
AS FOR industry, there were
under 40 factories, mostly handi-
craft in character, in this great
city in 1948. And there are now
above WO factories employing
about 1.6 million people.
If China has any luck, in fact,
I suspect the change in China
may prove more important for
the world future than the change
in Russia that took place with
Lenin's October Revolution. In
just under 40 years as a re-
< ter, I am confident that the
month I have now spent in the
i a China constituted the most
significant reportorial work I
hi ve ever done.
Naturally, therefore, I have
thought a lot about how the
story ought to be handled. May-
be I should now begin writing
about all sorts of oth< r things
that are more In the headlined
ii as. Nonetheli --. it sei ms b -t
I give priority to the bl i
si try I have ever covered. And
this requires both a preface and
an explanation.
\s PREFACE, I must point
out that I have largely worked
out of the capital cities of the
provinces the government open-
ed for the first time to Susan
M iry and me. This was no limi-
tation lor so I thought > since
trips of up to 70 mftes into the
country were easy, if you pre-
pared for a less than luxurious
overnight stay.
What we saw. of course, we
la.gely had to see through the
eyes of Yao Wei. the manager-
interpreter and general guide,
philosopher and friend provi I 1
for us by the foreign office. At
the end of a month with him.
\ife and I fully understand
why one of the ables-t younger
reporters in Peking told us he
w mid give at least one of his
tv c, leasl mentionable parts for
si :h a trip with Yao Wei.
So much for explanation.
Fourteen hours of daily legwork,
plus communications problems,
ide regular reporting from
I scene.
Belatedly, however, I shall
now transform my voluminous
irts from the
scenes in question. For I think
: those who wish to read have a
right to know the raw facts on
which I have based mj tenta-
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ligious status of Jews. Vatican
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guilt in the Crucifixion.
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1940 and served as an instructor
and later associate professor of
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Meirlff) fhrMNom
Page 13-A
The Nixon Kissinger Partnershi p
PART TWO
1R. KlSSINGEB'S PLANET
By MVX I.ERXKR
The year of 1970 was a bad one
for tho Xixon-Kissin-or pal
ship, \Ath bnth"f>ie "Cambodia" de
and the Kent State kl
With the new economic policy
nr.d the projection of the trips
i king and Hanoi, 19"1 v
li vant. Like M Nixon, h
is what he is, and he gol
he Ud 'I'h.' questi in i-
How did hi- ideas develi i> a ;
how ;: Id an they, and how
{. Hiave tK*T- w ,:,.; ,; -- m
r
DOMINATING FIGURE
Co: i: the conlinonl v ith
his expei iei ce as a refui
trippii away nom ss >ntial dif-
in I getting in the on o
eat powers have in
year of sowings and surprises. The' natural for him to study |
... 1 ^ 1\ JIhUimbm. ~ J..........-- -,-.
first year of harvest was 1972
What He ah ad wiil decide wheth-
er it was a false harvest or a
genuine a
It will also test how much
eense Mr. Kissingers planet makes.
I take the phrase, of course, from
Saul Bellow's brilliant novel. "Mr.
Sammler's Planet," where an ex-
traordinary man ha:! an extra-
ordinary private universe, run by
his own sods and demons. Eaeh
cf us has one. and it is WE who
are out of luck if it doesn't run.
ay and peacemaking. The
ss of Vienna ii ied i
up the iiieec- in Europi after Na-
poleon's tin- -i ai mas!
the concert of power- was a
at giving Europe a
stability. It made sense to studj
both,
Mettemich was the dominating
figure in both, A conservative aris-
tocrat, the foreign minister of the
weakest of the great power-, hav-
ing to balance Prussia against Rus-
sia, England against France, ho
ret the world. If Kissinger's very saw that Europe would not be
public universe doesn't work, he'll! free from other thrusts at mas-
be out of luck, but so wili the rest tery like Napoleon's miles it
cf yg could achieve a power balance be-
lt is a striking chapter in the] tween the giants. Hence the first1
historv of ideas how a doc- i of Kissinger's three crucial ideas
toral thesis at Harvard on Met-
temich and tho concept of powers
!ed to a set of initiatives by Rich-
that of equilibrium.
But how achieve it? Ii" you do
l* Kv an arms race or by juggling
nations, and your work! is en-
crusted in blood-rust.
The only way to overcome rival-
ries is to establish a measure ol
ard Nixon that transformed Amor- alliances, you achieve only an en I-
ican foreign iiolicy. The story has less succession oi wars and domi-
been told several times, with dif-
fering degree of empathy and anti-
pathy, depending on the teller's
feeling about Kissinger.
My own feeling is that whether! trt. In a time ol danger and
you approve of him as a person strife you can do that only by
Dr., Mrs. Alvin Stern Get
Yeshiva Day School Honor
Dr. and Mrs. Alvin Stern, North
Miami Beach civic and religious
aders, will be honored1 at the
third annual scholarship banquet
. thi Yeshiva Day School .Ian.
14 at the Forte" Towers, 1000 VVesI
Am oun :* ment of their s ilec-
t: m to .' i' e the "Man and Wom-
.ir" award from the
North Dade Hebrew day school
: Barry S :hr< il i at I
L onat I Zilbert, cochairmen of
the dinner.
Dr. and Mrs. Stern are the di-
rector and administrator, respec-
tively, of the Royal Glades Conva-
cago College of Optometry after
it Home in North Miami
Beach. Dr. Stern attended the Chi-
completing undergraduate studies
at Queens College and New York
University.
Mrs. Stern i- thi tor ol
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Chicago. They an a -ti
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common. Hence Kissinger's seconl
idea thai of common national
interests leading to a concert (to-
day we say agreements based on
a meeting of minds' between the
i power-.
The third idea flows from the
first two. National interests are
1 not frozen abstractions, They have
I ilo with felt needs and prob-
1 ms. H'or any great power there is
:age between the diverse irons
it has in the lire. In a set of trade-
off involving the [inked interests
nil of them geared toward the
common national Inter st, < ach of j
the i1 /era finds i
in which i
nci do > but none
is a lo I -a of
... dea oi
linkage,
ROLE OVERPLAYED
'.'. it say thai
I j what I i id into
ni;. not what is there. 1 can
only saj that this is the met
! lu i- i, u liplomacj
i supple-
talk-
lim.
The role of Meiternich in Ids
. nit, bul it can
ii-' overplayed and lias been,
have changed since Mi -
i nich. Euro] e i- no longer the
ar ta of groat power, which lias
shil ted westw ard to the Unit I
Stati.-. and eastwatd to Russia and
China. Power ;. more massive than
it has i", er been, and more ci m-
plex in its rea^h. Home fronts are
mure importanl The so :ial fabri
is more fragile, t> a lition mon
UOUS, ideas more COl rosi\ e.
Most of all. the new weapons
are not only lethal but suicidal
The crucial common interest the
.real powers had in Mctteniich's
time was the fear of revolutions
and the desire to shore the societj
against them.
Critics on the left who say that
Kissinger is moved by the same
fear are talking doctrinal non-
sense. The great common interest
today is fear ol nu :lear destruc-
tion. It i.= what enables Mr. Nixon
and Kissinger to strive for some
oni'i'" lum tor their Mrp^T.
Copyright 1972, Los Angeles Times
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Rabbi Jolt To Speak
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Kahiii Harry Jolt. rabbi-in
residence ol Temple Beth Sholom,
will be discussion leader for tho
Great Jewish Books group when it
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P.m., in the Miami Beach Public
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The subject "f Rabbi Jolt's talk
v.ill be 'he 'Hook of Job."
Samuel Reiser will coordinate the
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P'Jmisf; FhrSdliair
Friday, December 29, | ";72
DATELINE ISRAEL By Robert Slater
Foreign Trainee Program
|/i.\v.\\ BIOCHEMIST Nelson Oching, 36, lefl
hi- vile anil two small children at homo and
came iu Israel last November for a two-year stay.
During thai time, he will be traned, ai the Ha-
dassah-Hebrew I niversity Hospital to i>orform
various research techniques in biochemistry.
In another year. Oching, a soft-spoken, artic-
ulate "foreign trainee," will return to Kenya, where
ho will try to introduce some ol what he has learned
in th<' bio-chemistry department o[ the University
of Nairobi, where he teaches. lie is one of a thou-
sand men and women from Africa. Asia and Latin
America who are studying here as part of Israel's
foreign aid pro ;ram.
Because ii can only Invest a limited amount
of funds into the foreign assistance effort in all
some $10 million is -.pent by Israel annually the
emphasis i< on utilizing those resources found in
the country. Hence, one of the critical elements of
Israeli foreign aid is the "foreign trainee" like Nel-
-o i Oching.
V i impletes his Israeli studies, he
will return to Kenya to train his fellow countrymen.
Thus, without -;i nding huge sums of money, Israel
is able to reach eventually- ores more ol the
educated classes of Kenya. This example is re-
peated constantly in the Israeli foreign aid endeavor.
Tiie Israeli: know that, bj bringing tin1-" men
ai: women to Israel for a year or two, the effects
of their visit maj ositivc in terms of the em-
pathy that i> built up ioi the Jewish state. That is
ih. unstated hop at anj rate.
Al no lime during his -lay in Israel has Oching
feh pressure from government officials to adopt a
political line favorable to Israel. "As far as I'm
concerned, nobody has done anything to me to make
me think one way or the other," he says.
I.lie for a foreign trainee in Israel is botli edu-
cai onal and frustrating. The Ministry lor Forejgip
Affairs makes sure that the men and women are
given a chance to see the country. Rut, other than
making the first few da>s of their visit go smoothly
the trainee is met at the airport and taken to
his lodgings by a Ministry official the student is
pretty much left on his own alter that.
Oching, who after all left his family hack home,
feels the strangeness and solitude of living in a for-
eign environment by oneself perhaps more than do
the other trainees. He recalls how lively a Kenya
weekend could be and compares this with the Shab-
bat in Israel, when all he and his friends do i> "stay
indoors."
i: il on the positive side. Oching feels n strong
sense of admiration for the manner in which the
Israelis ha\e developed their land "What I like
here." he remarks, "is what these people have done
with this dry soil. I'm from a rural area myself."
On a visit home this past summer, Oching told his
friends that Kenya would profit from expanding its
agricultural programs v. i li Israel. When he sj
lo them, lir had esp lally in mind a recent v'sil
through northern Israel. "I had the impression that
this is a verj drj place, but what the Israelis have
I in the north k iust fantastic."
Oching, on of four students in the Hadassah
bio-chemistry program under Prof. Eliezar Shafrir,
uses English at the hospital. lie knows some He-
ir c w. hut say< that not knowing more has made it
difficult for him to "penetrate" Israeli society,
something he very much wants to do.
Our Film Folk:
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Robinson Makes 200th Film
Tilt: FANTASTIC, "science-fact" story 'Soylent Green"
reflects a dismal world half a century from now
when New Yo-k City i- overcrowded teeming with mil-
lions of hungry and starvation-bred
citizens. Only the very rich can afford
a normal living. The multitude of jobless
men and women are fed with govern-
ment-raiioned synthetics produced by
the Soylent Company which supplies
not only America but much of Kurope.
A powerful ]>o!ice force prevents
bloody riots in the street. Charlton Hcs-
ton essays a tough officer with Edward
G. Robinson, alias Sol Roth, his researcher. When the
latter learns that the last resource for artificial nourish-
ment, in suhstar.ee, will he the abstract from human
corpse. he take- his own life because, as a Jew, he can-
not endure cannibalism.
Among 200 pictures made by Edward G. Robinson,
this seems to be the most horrifying though the veteran
pei former has played almost everything, from kings to
beggers, from gangsters to monks, with his films running
the gamut from the profound to the profane, from the
historical setting to mod rn satire. Westerns, and films
dealing with melodramatic and metaphysical concepts.
Edward G. Robinson was born in Bucharest. Ru-
mania, one of five sons of Morris and Sarah Goldenbcrg.
His family emigrated to the stales where Eddie originally
studied lo become a rabbi. Fascinated by the stage, he
joined a stock company and in 1924 made his bow on the
screen with the picture, "The Bright Shawl." shot in
Havana, Cuba. He rose to the top, seven years later, as
the gangster-chieftain in Mervyn Lcroy's, "Little Ceasar";
and became (wrsona nun grata in Nazi Germany when
portraying a strongly phrased officer ferreting out sub-
.ersives in "Confessions of a Nazi Spy" made by Anatole
l.itvak lor Warner Bros. Oddly enough. I saw Robinson
first in Germany in the only one of his films allowed un 1 r
the Hitler regime. "The Hatchet Man" in which he es-
sayed the role of a Chinese underworld figure in San
Francisco. And this was the picture I discussed with
follow inmates while at Dachau.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Argentina Has Special Interest
THE RETURN Ol PERON to Argentina aHcr an
exile of twenty years is something unique.
Argentina has a kind of special interest to Jews
mainly because of one man a
Jew known as Baron Maurice de
Hirsch.
The Baron was a great horse
ace fan. He had a stable full of
ihe liost horses and his horses ran
:it all lb leading tracks of Europe.
IA Jew who likes horse rae s
What kind of a Jew is that?! But
there are man) such Jews ... in
America, Augusl Belmont, after whom the Belmont
tracks are named, was a Jew like that.
But Baron fie Hirsch was a much better Jew
than Belmont He not only liked a horse race, he
liked the human race. "Or if he didn't like them, at
least hi' tried to help the human race, i No man of
his day gave more for philanthropy Jewish or
non-Jewish.
And then he got a grand i lea for saving the
Jews of Russia. He would colonize them in the new
world. Over in Argentina where there was plenty
of room, the Jews would return to the soil, breathe
fresh air and walk in dignity. There would be no
more pogroms, no anti-Semitism.
Today, the Russian government places bars on
the emigration of Jews, but the Russian C/arist
government fully cooperated with Baron de Hirsch.
It was about the time that Theodor Her/1 had
his great imaginative idea for the return of the
Jews to their ancient homeland. He went to see
Baron de Hirsch. De Hirsch scoffed at Her/Is plan.
Palestine was a dead thing of the past, he said. It
is all right in the synagogue to pray about return-
ing to Zion, but never go back. Go forward. He
would not give any money for Herzl's plan and he
assured Herzl no Jewish bankers would give him
money for so impractical a nlan.
Baron de Hirsch was responsible for many
thou>ands of Jews going to Argentina, setting up
successful agricultural colonies, where some 30.000
J ws worked on Ihe soil. Not all stayed on the land.
Many mow el to the cities where they engaged in
industry and commerce and the Argentina Jewish
population grew. Today it is around 200.000.
But if Baron de Hirsch were alive today and
saw what happened as the result of his practical
plan and compared it with the results of Herzl's
impractical but imaginative plan, what would he
Say? Perhaps Baron de Hirsch might have done
well to consider what another great Jew not long
before him. Disraeli, the Prime Minister of
Britain, once said:
"Imagination rules the world.''
israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPER7
Justice Willi
Honor, Mercy, Humor
THE MILLS OF Is BALL'S justice grind Consir|.'
( table spice which helps to make life in this
country so interesting an I unique.
For example:
Hactidle Zeal. A young Hassid
has made it las life's work to .
vinee Jews to don tcfitin, phj
teries. Wherever he goes, on trains,
in stores, on the strict, he ace
his fellow Jews and offers them
the op; ortunity to cniov the mttz-
vah. Once, summoned to court by
i neighbor who had a complaint in
other grounds entirely, the Hassid walked bo <
up to his legal opponent and under the eyes of
judge urged the man lo "layg" tetilin. When thn
neighboi rcfusi !. the Hassid urged: "If you want
in this case, you would do w II to pul on
tefllin." The ot! r grudgingly assented. I ni
.1 ind OUt V hO won.
A Woman's Privilege. Whet Mrs Lemmei
iied to Palestine 35 years a
n :orded birth date from 1910 to 1915 so that
v. ,;'! have bettor chances In the marriage mar
She did indeed get married. Years later, after hoi
ht'-tband had died, she w 'ni t'. courl asking tl
her original and truthful birth date be rocordr! =n
h could qualify for Old Age benefits. The I
courl turned her down but she appealed to the
Districl ('til. and the judge there upheld
w i rail's prerogative to adjust her age. How.
he assOSSi '1 her II, 500 court costs for all the
bother she had caused.
And a Man's Evidence. Hi/mi Salem of Rosh
Ha-Ayin complained that when he immigrated from
Yemen without any documents his birth date was
erroneously listed is years less than his actual
He is todaj not '18. but actually (56. and entitled to
Old Age benefits. His evidence- he has a daughter
38 years old. and e\en virile Yemenite- have not
been known to have children at the age of 10. Thiv.>
courts dealt with the application and he was f
granted an official age" of arotind 57.
Temptation. A young man in Ramat Gan ''i-
charged with attempted rape in the local Xati i
Park. His father maintained thai existence of the
park, with its wide isolated stretches, was a te
tat.on to youth. The city should abolish the park.
or failing that, pa) all I 'gal costs for the youth who
had fallen vicim to the city's poor planning.
It's Not Yours It's Mine. Moshe Aviam. a
government tax collector in Beersheba. was char.:" i
with baviir: pocketed IL. 9.CO0 worth of tax income
which should have gone to the state coffers. II.
was further charged with having collected an addi-
tional II.. 98 000 which the taxpayers never owed
the government. The defendant agreed to refund
the il. 9 000 to the government, but he maintained
it had no claim on the IL. 9.8,000 since this mor.cv
was never due to the government. This ingenuous
claim was rejected by the District Court, hut Aviam
appealed to the Supreme Court. The latter con-
firmed that he had to fork over what he had col-
lected in the name of his employer. As a matter
of fact, the government had already reimbursed
the too-cooperative lax payers.
Law or History? The Supreme Court rejected
an application for a new trial submitted by lawyer
Yitzhak David on the grounds that the lawyer had
no personal interest in the case, and it was <
matter ol history, nol of law. The request: thai
Jesus of Nazareth did not have a fair tiial IS
years ago and should have a fresh healing today.
Tin- Advice Was Cheap. Meir Schlesinger. 23
of Holon, woiird up in court because he put an ad in
the local newspaper: "Anybody interested in mak-
ing money should send IL. 1 to P.O. Box. Holon.
attention Moir." The responses were nunieroiH. at
one Pound each. The ambitious inquirers each rc-
ccived a posteard: "Anybody interested in making
mono\ should go out and work for it." The Judge
did Rot think it funny.
J


Friday. December 29, 1972
"Jcnisfi fhrkBar.
IfGAL NOTICE
Page 15-A
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN A"D FOR CADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-5705
In RE: Estate of
JACOB M. FINK
I let-eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
oit r'nlms or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and renufr-
id to present any claims and demands
which vou may have against the es-
tate of JACOB M. FINK deceased
late of Hade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
tile the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16. Florida Statu-
!,-. in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida.
within six calendar months from tho
lime of the first publication hereof,
. r tne same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 9th
dv of November. A D 1972.
SARA FINK
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the lo'h day of December. 1972.
FAUNCE. FTNK A FORM AN
Attorney for Executrix
1502 Congress Bid*.. Miami. Fla.
12/15-22-2* 1/5
FICTITIOUS NAME
The undersigned intend to register
tin- f|. titloua name of MIAMI TREE
SERVICE AND LANDSCAPING.
DAVID M. YOUNG
MARTIN FRADY
12/S-15-22-29
UGAl NOTICI
IN
LEGAL NOTICI
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5?77
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
!>. RE: Estate FANNY O. SPIEGEL
I "creased.
'!'.. All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
llg Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
lUlred to present any claims and de-
nands which vou may have agalnsl
[he .--ate of FANNY C. SPIEOEI.
. eased late of Dado county. Flor-
,11. to tin- County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
aie and as provided in Section 733.16.
Florida Btatutes, in then- offices in
in- County Courthouse in Dado Coun-
ty. Florida. within six calendar
months from the time of tho first
publication hereof or the same will
tie barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 30th
day of November, A.D. 1972.
DAVID E STONE
As Executor
Kir-t publication of this notice on
tlie S dav of December, 1972.
DAVID E STONE
Attorney tor
FANNY C. SPIEC.E1.. DECEASED
101 x w I2th Avenue
Miami Florida
1?'S 1S-22-29
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 72-2i553
BEATRICE TAUOK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ANTONIO M/ RTELI.O and
MARIA MARTELI.O, his wife.
Defendants.
TO: ANTONIO MARTELLO and
MARIA MARTEI.I.O. his wife
(residence unknown)
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint for Cancellation
and Satisfaction of Mortgage on the
following described real property to-
wit:
The West 145.76 feet of the North
70 feet of the South 202.64 feet of
the North 994 64 feet of Tract 1
of CORAL PINES, a Subdivision,
according to the Plat thereof,
recorded in Plat Book 33 at Page
64. of the Public Records of Dade
County. Florida,
has been filed against you and you
are required, to serve a copy of your
Answer or pleading to the Complaint
upon the attorneys for BEATRICE
TABOR. Plaintiff. LYONS AND
SMITH. PA.. 1230 N.W. 7th Street.
Miami. Florida 33125. and file the
original Answer or pleading In the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 26 day of Jan..
1973. otherwise the allegations of said
Complaint will he taken as confessed
by you and a l>efault will be entered
against vou.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 14
day of Dei-. 1973,
E. B. I EATHERMAN
Clerk. Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
By I'.. .1 i-"< iy (SEAL)
Deputy ci.-rk
12 -2-29 i 5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FLASH TRUCKING a' 11803 SAV,
84th Avenue, .Miami. Florida Intends
to register said name with tin- Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
FRED I.. HALL
I.ARSON AND MARVIN
Attorneys for Fred I.. 11.ill
777 N.W. 72nd Avenue
Miami. Florida 81126
12 15-22-29 I 5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
X I, FOOD SERVICES at 42 29th Terrace. Hollywood, Florida In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
X/L MARKETING & CHEMICAL
CO.. INC
a Florida corporation
By: Eric Rad. Vice President
David M. Gonshak
Attorney for Applicant
1497 Northwest 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33125
12/15-22-29 1/5
IEGAL NOTICI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the ficti'ious name
i CIVIL SERVICE P.EPORTER at
11750-N.E 16th Ave.. Miami Fl. in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
L'ountv, Florida.
JOHN VINCENT
12/15-22-29 1/5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-24668
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
WALTHAI'D E ENTEZAM, a k a
fhlDY ENTEZAM.
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. 72-25256
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN BE:
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
BERTHA HELEN McCRORY,
WIFE
WILLIAM MeCRORY
HCSHAND
TO: WILLIAM McCRORY
residence unknown
TOD ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you ami
you are required to serve a copv of
your written defenses, if any, to it on
ANDREW -I. TOTII. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is Suite E-
"::j." I'ark. Drive. Miami Shores. Flor-
ida 2313s. and lile tlie original with
Ho- clerk of iii.- above styled eoun
on or before January 19, 197::: other-
wise a ilifault will be entered against
mii for iio- relief demanded in Ihe
ri.ni'ilaint or petition.
This notice shall he published '" .
ench week for four consecutive weekf
in TIM-: JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
\\ ITNESS my hand and the seal
i court al Miami. Florida on
this llth day "f December, 1972.
E. I!. I EATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dole County, Florida
i:< R M KISSEE
As Deputy ci.rk
(Circuit Court Seal)
A idrew .1. T..th
Suit'- K-9323 I'ark Drive
i Miami Shore.--. Florida 3313S
I Attorney tor retitioner
Telephone: 757-9441
12/15-22-29 1 '5
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5929 (Primm)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
SIMEON YV'OLFMAN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mand.-: which you mas have against
the estate of SIMEON Wol.l'MAN
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and a- provided in Section 733.-
16. Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty. Florida. within six calendar
months from the lime of the first
publication hereof, or the same win
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 8 day
of December. A.D. 1972.
Bernard X. W'olfman
Rente W. Madfls
As Co-Executors
I-'ir-t publication of this notice on
the IS day of December, 1972.
Georg.- .1. Tallanoff
Attorney for Executors
429 Lincoln Road
Miami Beai-h. Florida
12/13-22-29 1/5
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT'"
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-6298
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
NATHAN FRANK
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Person- Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against S .:
Batata: ,
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claim- and demands
which you may have against (h......
late of NATHAN FRANK decea i I
late of Daile County. Florida, tr. Ihe
County Judges of Dade Counly. a i
file the same in dunlicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.1 C. Florida Stat-
utes. in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida*
within six calendar months from Ihe
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 15
day of December. A D 1972
BEATRICE FRANK
As Executrix
First publication of this notice OB
the 22 day of December. 1972.
Arnold Fein
Attorney for Executrix
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla.
12/22-29 t '.-12
and
N1ZAMUDDIN A.
Petitioner,
firi
will
13lh
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5662 (Primm)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
. n hE: Estate of
I.MAURICE VINOCOl'R
I Deceased.
p'o All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Ynu'arf hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and oe-
hi.uids which you may have against
fhe estate of MACRICE VINOCOl'R
eensed late of Dade County. Hor-
kla. to the County Judges of Dade
Tountv and file the same in dunli-
iat. and as provided In Section 733-
|1. Florida Statutes, in their offices
i the County Courthouse in I2^_
OOHty, Florida, within six caleiu
Imonths from the time of the
publication hereof, or the same
[be barred.
Dated nt Allentown. Pa., this
dav of December. A.D. J972.
JIARCBL VINOCOl'R
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 22nd dav of December. 1972.
RICHARD K. FINK
Fink and Svna. P.A.
Attorney for Administrator
M-113 Biseayne Buildlnc
12/22-29 1/8-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MESDAMES FINESSE ESCORT SER-
VICE at 420 Lincoln Rd.. Miami
Beach. Florida intends to register said
, name with the Clerk of the Circuit
I Court of Dade County. Florida
Janet Morgan
IROBEHT H. BURNS. ESQUIRE
[Attorney for Alesdamcs Finesse
Escort Service
120 Lincoln Rd.
Miami. Beach. Fla.
12/22-29 1/5-12
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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fJewisti fk>ridliiari
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your pa-
tronage and guarantee ac-
curate service at ideal
tes.
tffcf 373-4605
ENTEZAM.
Respondent.
TOU, NIZAMI'DDIN A. ENTEZAM,
Respondent, ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED to file your written defense to
this divorce with the Court's Clerk and
serve a copy upon Plaintiff's Attor-
neys, VON 55AMFT & SMITH. 1512
Capital Bank Bldg.. Miami. Florida
on or before the 12 day of January.
(973. else the Complaint will be taken
as confessed.
DATED: December 1. 1972
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
BY: R. M. KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
12^8-13-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DADE,
FLORIDA CASE NO. 72-24785
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
KARL H. VON HALLE. HUSBAND,
AND DOROTHY J. VON HALLE.
WIFE
YOU. Dorothy J. Von Halle, resid-
ing at 212 DuPont Avenue. Nowburgh.
New York 12930. are required to Me
an Answer to the Petition For Mar-
riage Dissolution with the Clerk of this
Court and serve a copy thereof upon
J C Laussel, 1770(4) W. Hagler
Street, Miami, Florida 33135. your
husbands lawyer, not later than Jar.
12. 1973. otherwise Default will be en-
tered against you
Dated: 4 December. 19,2. Miami.
""Tr LEATHERMAN. Clerk
BY: R. M.K18SEE
Deputy Clerk. Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
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. 72-25139
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
ARTHUR YOI'NG
Husband
SHIRLEY JEAN YOUNG
Wife
TO: Shirley Jean Young
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
vou are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to It
on Stanley E. Goodman, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 2888 N.W.
12nd Street. Miami, Florida 33147. and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Jan-
uary 15. 1973: otherwise a detaull
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
-aid court at Miami. Florida on this *
dav of December. 1972
E B. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Bv C, P. COPEI.AN'D
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit -Court Seal)
Stanley E. Goodman
2688 N.W. 2nd Street
Miami. Florida 33147 CM-SMI
Attorney for PeM*,OI,e$2/|j_M.,a /5
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACT'ON NO. 72-25141
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: The Marriage -.f
l.oris .1 Gl'IDt i. Husband
and
SARAH cell hi. Wife
Tt I: MRS SARAH GUIDO
\ irlltie 11 ighway
Rivet... Apn -' ments No. 7
New II'!.-.in I ..'tli-iaiia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been ii!.-.l against you and
you are rriiuili-d to serve a copy of
your written defenses, If any, to it on
ANGEI O A. am attornej for Petl
Honor, whose address is Suile 400 -
38 West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled pour! t.....r
before January IS, 1973; otherwise a
.I. fault Will he entered against you
for the reii.-f demanded In the com-
plaint or oei itlon
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive Weeks
iii Till-: JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
-aid courl at Miami, Florida on this
- flay "f December, 1972.
E B i ea rnhuman.
As Clerk. On uit Court
Dade County, Florida
By c l. ALEXANDER
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ANGELOA All
Suite 4"" 28 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33130
Attorney for Petitioner
12/15-22-29 1 '5
IN
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 RE: The Marriage Of
MERRY EVANGELINA
FRANZD6E. Wife.
RICHARD D KHANZESE. Husband.
TO- RICHARD D FRANZESE
1372 East 87lh Street
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
,N PROBATE
No. 72-5796
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
km11. a. RBINIOER
To A^f Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
E vou'are hereby notified and required
[O present any claims and demands
which vou may have against the es-
tate of EMIL KEINIOBR deceased
late of Bade Counly. Florida, 10 the
County Judges of Dade County.
and
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-24769
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE: the Marriage of:
JACK BUTTERFIELD, Husband
Petitioner
and
TRESSA BUTTERFIELD, WIFE.
Respondent
TO: TRESSA BUTTERFIELD
1' ti Box 5224
Nassau. Bahamas
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to It
on DANIEL RETTER, attorney foi
Petitioner, whose address Is 1"(I5 Con.
gress Building. Miami. Florida, and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Jan
12. 1973; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
said court al Miami. Florida on this
4 dav Of Dec.. 1972
B. i: I EATHBRMAV.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Bj l: M KISSEE
As Demity Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
! DANIEL RETTER
1005 Congress Building
Miami Florida 33131
Attorney for Petitioner ,.,,_,,.,_
petitioner, whose National Bank Building.
Street. Miain
Florida
West
33131.
Dated at Miami. Florida.
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NOTICE is HKHl.nv GIVEN that
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business under the fictitious name of
TROPIC FAIR APARTMENTS at J0.
74th Street, Miami Beach. Florida In-
i.n.i in register saM name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Floi Ida
HENRY W ILK-
SARAH WILK
NELSON & FELDMAN. P.A.
Attorneys for applicants
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Miami. Fla. 33154 ,2/8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
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As Deputy Clerk
JERIUY'r'Rri^KSQ.'.RE
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25 West Flagler Street
Mir.mi. Fla. 33130
Attorney for fe..uoner ..^.-.i.
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ARTHUR W KARI.K'K. ESQ.
Attorney for applicant
MM N W. 17th Avenue. Miami. Ma
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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. 72-11595
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of:
LAURENA WILLIAMS. Wife.
Petitioner
and
JAMES WILLIAMS, Husband.
Respondent
TO: JAMES WILLIAMS
YOU ARE HERERY NOTIFIED
that a petition for Dissolution of your
Msrrlnge has been filed and poi
menced In thli i ourl and you are i -
quired :> serve a copy of your wrlt-
li n defenses, if any. to it on Dan '.
Ri tier at ton -v for Petltlonei. \.'
address i- 1003 Congress Bldg., Mi-
ami. Fla., an.i tile the original with
Ihe ch-rk of the above styled court on
or before Jan I '. 1973; otherw Ise
defaull will be entered agnlnsl >"U
for the relief prayed for In the eom-
plalnl or peiii |on
This notice shall be published once
each week for lour consecutive weeks
m THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the ses
of said court al Miami. Florida on
this 4 dav of Dec 197:'
i: P, LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
l lade 'ounty, Florida
Bj I' M KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit I "out i Seall
Daniel Keller. Kso.
1005 i 'ongress Bldg.
Miami. Florida
aiioincy for Petitioner
12/g-16-32-2!>
I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-6304
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
STELLA M. NOLAN'.
Deceased
To AM Creditors and All Person- ||., -
in Claims or Demands Againsi Bald
Estate:
You are hereby nidified and r* -
quired to p-esent any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
Ihe estate "f STELLA M NOLAN,
deceased late of Had.- Counly. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file Ihe same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.-
Ili. Florida Statute-., in their offices Ir.
the County Courthouse In Dad.- coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from ihe time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 13th
dav of December. A D. 1972.
FIRST NATIONAL HANK OF MIAMI
By RICHARD C. OKAY
As Executor
First publication of this nolle* on
the 22 dav of December, 1972.
KURT WELL1SCH. Attorney at Law
Attorney for EXECUTOR OF
ESTATE OF STELLA M. NOLAN.
lie,
187 Almerla Avenue
Coral Gables. Florida
12 22-29 1 '.-I-'
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-19386
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The .Man lags Of
JAMES RODGEHS.
Husband,
and
EI.SA c RODCERS. '
Wife.
TO: JAMBS RODGERS
:::-| East, Water Street
Slippery Rock. Pennsylvania
YiM ARF, HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has h. en filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
1 your written defenses, if any, to it on
DAVID it .IAVITS. attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address Is 1461 N W.
17th Avenue, Miami. Florida 33125.
and file the original with the clerk of
Ihe above styled court on or before
January 12. 1973; otherwise a defaull
will he entered against you for the
relief demanded In the complaint or
petition. .... .1
This notice shall he published *nce
each week for four consecutive wicks
in THE.IK" ISH FLORIDIAN. '
WITNESS my hand and the. seal Of
said court at .Miami. Florida on this
5 das ol December, 1972
F. > LEATHERMAN.
AS C14irk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C. P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DAVID H JAVITS
1481 N.W. V. -n Avenue
Miami. Florida 33125 (033-9743)
Attorn., for Petitioner .


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Miami, Florida Friday, December 29, 1972
Section B
Truman And Other Presidents
who told Rabbi Isaac M. Wise that shovved that
he was the first rabbi he had met, Truman was instrumental In
had met Jews who t rabbis. 'V: r'-I}-R- '''' lurels. getting revision ol the orl
Washington is sup] have '''" Sin : irtition ol the Negev, which had
made a "lechayim" at a wedding ,; '" 5Ucn weleonn as they had l> mod to exclude Israel
of a Jewish friei had '" w ~",;< days. Per] insumption only.
any number ol Jewish friends, P'anation is that H...... II while clarify Israel's position, showed
Down in his home state, Richmond ll0 made hisl ry, had no sense of Truman maps of the area. After
was probably the city with the history as Wilson, the professional Weizmann's death, Mrs. Weiz-
largest Jewish population in early historian, who coul I the Jew mann visited the White Home and
America. '" his historical identity. when she told Truman that her
Haym Salomon helped Madison If the Zionist leaders made no h"<;'a:uJ said he uas the only
out in his early days, giving him great impression on F.D.R.. it ap- Presldent he had met who could
loans, but Madison wrote he did pears that a meeting with the read maps, Truman laughed,
not like to borrow from Salomon king of Saudi Arabia did. Ibn
because Salomon refused to take Saud was a colorful figure and But Truman is said to have giv-
interest from him, saying that the perhaps if Dr. Weizmann had come en way to tears when on Ben-
price of money was high, interest visiting Roosevelt covered with a Gurion's last visit to America
should only l)c exacted from those big shawl, or flowing robe, it .,____. ..... .. ,
, j ., ... ui Truman visited him at his New
who intend to use the money for might have been different.
speculation. York hotel and Ben-Gurion said
But whatever were F.D.R.'s de- to him. "I do not know how you
We were about to say that may- ficiencies with respect to Israel, win stand m American history
be Franklin Pierce coming all the they were compensated for in his Kllt ,. hatta o ,_ ,.
way from New Hampshire never s,4ssor KarrV Truman. bUt >OU have a SeCUre placo ,n the
successor, Harry Truman.
ray from New Hampshi
had any relations with Jews, but
then we remembered that it was Truman could sympathize more
President Pierce who offered Ju- with the plights of the have-nots
dah P. Benjamin a Supreme Court than F.D.R., because he was not a
appointment, but Benjamin turned rich man's son as Roosevelt was.
it down. That was long before One can tell mtich about a person
Wilson named Brandeis to the Su- by his idols. Andrew Jackson was
preme Court bench. Truman's. When An trew Jackson
was In the White House. Congress-
It's nice to have your friend*
ar.c
at
von are in nee-!, one who is not
history" of Israel."
Truman was deeply move 1
Discussions in preparation for a statewide labor dinner in
behalf of Israel Bonds were recently held with London Wil-
liams left, president of International Longshoremen's Local
No. 1408 of Jacksonville, and Milton M. Parson, director of
the State of Israel Bonds office in Greater Miami. Mr. Wil-
liams is international vice president of the Longshoremen's
Union.
men were invited to visit alpha-
tnd relatives at a Bar Mltzvah or ^..j^. Tlv fi..,t Week the A's
it a wediin but s. netimes if .,.,,, B-s ,.,nt I(( theWi,it.. House
|i : er i"!.' ext week th. i
IV.' ise in Cin< innati.
re was i lition il ti tl il
'
.: lee
i
w. Gus Kai
' -
ii Star
brothers -; n
>minenl
i!i a- a nat ii tre was a
Nil i>.
iam Howard Taft did not
' has catw* to rwnei
w Jacks t is, there
Interval v hen Pre
I | ry resista
I si
ibed hin
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a
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b u r d : .r

T.'.l,Ii .'. an's ol I
bud 'y. wh had served with him
first World War and later
was bis partner in a haberdashery
shop in Kansas City, sought to in-
en following the Czarist re- tervene in behalf of Weizmann.
ions against Jew ^^ ^ ^ UeD||)in expw8B.
ed the highest regard for Eddie
Jacobson. He remarked on the fact
that their business partnership was
almost idyllic and that Jacobson
never asked him for a single favor
he became
Bed to break off relations with
la as a protest, Taft opposed
the break was made by
Jngvcss overriding Taft.
(It wasn't that Taft was unsym-
Lthetic. It was simply that Taft for himself when
as Mr. Establishment. The Czar President.
ss the establishment to him.
men some American Jewish lead-
Nevertheless, when F.ddie came
sugStS the brilliant and to the White House.he found a
pfcholarly Judge Mayer Sulzherger co'd reception. BMte J~*"
fould make an ideal member of talked but Truman saM nothing
[he Supremo Court. Taft rejected doing. Eddw figured ,t was a tost
t, saying how would it look with cause ami rose to leave. }*J*
man named Sulzberger on the he spotted the statue of Andrew
Supreme Court. Jackson on Truman s desk. That
brought back memories.
The first President to really do
fomething for Klal Yisroel (the ,.Vi u were always talking to me
lewish community) was Woodrow Andrew Jackson. He was
Wilson. Without his support, it us aooui
doubtful if Britain would have your ideal. Well. I have an
fcone through with the Balfour too. He is Dr. Weizmann. He is a
>claration. When Wilson appoint- cr(,at man He is a sick man and
LBrandeis to the Supreme Court. cr(VSOd the ocean to see you
? Tory Jewish leaders pro- him"
d. Rabbi Wise warned Wilson and ) wtt
the same group would l>e Tmman couldn't take it any
longer. "You win," he said.
*o it was that the United States
was the first nation to recogn.ze
career of Franklin D. Roose- ^ indepcndence of Israel. Many
if course, had an enormous Department chiefs
r of Jewish associations, of the Mate ^i ^
I as it did in the nichttnarish were always trying w
Hitler. Even before those cross Israel, always ca hng aU -
ed days. Jews had been tion of the President to the -ta
evelt. When he ran for needs of Amenca m the Middle
of New York against the East," which of course they meant
candidate, Ottinger, oil. Truman referred to these
a Jew, most of the Jews State Department heads as the
F.D.R striped pants boys." Every tune
king hhn with a protest against
[Balfour Declaration.
I have a large waste basket
replied, smiling.
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Friday, December 29, 1972
Emanu-El Announces
Adult Studies Slate
The most Intensive and com-
islve adult education i>i<>-
-l-ai'i. in the history of Tem;>U
unu-EI will get under wa\
9 ;i the Miami Beaeh con
Uon, lTol Washington Ava
nnoiincemeni of the schedule was
idi by Judge Irving Cypen,
laiinsan of the program, and b..
iKe Herbert S. Shapiro, presi-
em -'f the synagogue.
The Women's Institute will meet
vet} fXieiduy, beginning Jan. 9,
'iin 10 a.m. until noon with such
courses as Elementary Hebrew
Advanced Hebrew ami Conversa-
tion. Commentaries on the Bible
l jkI Jewish Way of Life.
The Evening Institute will be
eld Tuesdays from 7:30 p.m. to
Id p.m.. and will Include classei
in i aftorah reading, elementarv
nd advanced Hebrew and conver-
satii n, and Jewish Way of Life.
Re istratlons now are being ac-
ted ioi the new semester,
liii !i will i un until March 27,
Qyuen said.
other' features ition piogrnms incl. de the
Miami Hadassah
To Lannob Health
Seal (iampaign
The Miami ('Iw.otei o, Hadassah
ill h >ld a k'.ckoff breakfast Sun-
aj :i Id a in. at -12 0 Biscaynr
Hvd. tu Kim i Its II a'th Seal
Cam 'algn, which continues for the
i mnth of January.
Proceeds of the d->or-.to-dooi
ami :>'_ will benefit the cancer
i- nrcji il i>a tment of the Ha-
!--. h Mi d ill Center in Israel.
Mrs. Arthur Grossman, fund-:
inn yten res|ii*nt, nnrl Mrs,
Ralph Deutsch, area vice presi-
i. a eooi linni ina the cam-
siitni All 24 I fa/las-ah group* in'
the Mlnrnl Chanter >-.ill nnrtiei-
Torah Luncheon Club, the Talmud
| .imiy Group, Sabbath Bible ("lass.
[onto Study Cycle and Sunday
| doming Forums.
Highlight Of the winter season
%ill le the.Cultural Series, open-
ng Jan. ,'!1 with Theodore Bikel
.nulti-faceted star of Broadway,
novies. concerts and records. The
-eeond event. Feb. 21. will feature
David Schoenbrun, one of the na-
1 Mon's most versatile commen-
tators and writers.
Sam Levenson, humorist, lec-
'urer and former seliool teacher.
a ill conclude the Cultural Series
1 program March 28.
Tlie Torah Luncheon Club, con-
ducted by Dr. Irving Lehrman. will
meet alternate Tuesdays at 12:15
m. at the Shelborne Hotel. An
intense course Utilizing texts and
commentaries, the sessions brin>>
together bankers, doctors, attor-
levs, retired businessmen and ed-
itcators In an Informal setting to
study the basis of Judaism, the
Torah.
The Talmud Study Group, an
'dvanced elass, meets Mondays at
13 p.m. at Tempi,' Kinanu-Kl
wrier the direction >>i fsainh M
\dler. The group is designed for
ihose who have seme knowledge
ol the Talmud and wish to con,-
i line their studies,
The Sabbath Bible Class meets
before Mincha .service on Satur-
day afternoons under the leader-
ihi i ol Rabbi Ralph Carmi. I:
[irovides a broad base for the
sfdv of Jewish concepts and laws,
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
presents
ISRAELIS ARE COMING
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MIAMI BEACH
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, FOR INFORMATION & RESERVATION
Call 534-6518*538-6778
Communities Slate
Israel Festivities
Jewish communities throughout
the nation are intensifying their
efforts to celebrate the 25th anni-
versary of Israel's independence in
a manner consistent with their
["strong identification with the Jew-
ish state, according to Jacob Stem,
chairman of the American Com*
i mittoe for Israel's 25th Anniver-
sary Celebration.
Mr. Stein said that the Amer-
ican Committee has published a
new edition of its Calendar of
Events which lists more (ban one
hundred celebrations to be held
in local communities in the United
I States from December. 1972.
through September, I97.'i, includ-
ing many lhat are scheduled for
' May 7th. the actual anniversary
date.
Mr. Stein said 25th Anniversary
Committees have been lormin" in
almost all of the larger American
Jewish communities and that
moat were planning independent
programs of events between now
and September.
At least 13 communities will
hold 'Salute to Israel" parades
hi-, year, ad of them with unifying
themes irrowlns mil "f the L'5
years of Israel's Independence,
Mr. Stein reported. The parades,
sponsored by the American Zionist
Youth Foundation, will in man;
instances initiate i r climax the
communities' plans lor celebration
ol an Israel Month.
Amone these communities are
New York, whose parade will take
place on June 10. Boston on May
20. Cleveland on .May 20. Phila-
delphia on Ma\ l\ .Milwaukee on
May <> and Miami on May 20.
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Success of the brunch held Sunday afternoon at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel by the Israel Histadrut Foundation before
500 persons is discussed by Harry Lipsius, (left) national
administrative director of the Histadrut Foundation; Eliezer
Kaplan, president of the First Israel Bank and Trust Co.;
and Dr. Leon Kronish, national chairman of the board. Dr.
501 Stein, president, was the principal speaker at the meet-
ing which inaugurated his weekly radio series of Jacob
Schachler's Yiddish Hour.
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TO BE INDUCTED AT JAN. 7 DINNER
Hebrew Academy Secures
30 Scholarship Fellows
More than 50 members of the
613 Mttzvot Scholarship Corps of
the Greater Miami Hebretif Aeaci-
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emy will be inducted as Academy
Fellows during the 25th annual
scholarship dinner of the .Miami
Reach school Jan. 7 at the Deau-
ville Hotel.
Joseph M. Kanter. general
chairman of the $125-a-couple
banquet, said Wednesday that a
capacity attendance of 1,500 per-
sons tor the dinner seems assured
with more than 1,150 reservations
already on hand.
HT*stilfl the** rriSSt significant'
(lenient of the tribute to Rabbi
and Mrs. Alexander S. Gross will
be the induction of the South Flor-
ida and national Jewish leaders
who each have contributed $613
or more to the scholarship fund.
Mr. Kanter noted that although
the Hebrew Academy is a bene-
ficiary agency of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation most of
the funds necessary to provide full
or partial scholarships to needy
Students will come from the Jan. 7
dinner.
Elie Wiesel, renowned Jewish
author who lives both in Israel
and the United States, will be the
principal speaker at the testi-
monial to his close friends. Rabbi
and ?vlrs. Gross.
Jack Donnet, assistant principal.
his week continued rehearsals
With the 60-volce Hebrew Acad-
, my choir for an original cantata,
The 614th Mitzvah," which will
lie presented during the scholar-
ship dinner.
Several hundred persons partici-
;iiv'il in impressive ceremonies
this week marking the dedication
of the new Merwitzer Building of
he Hebrew Academy, which
louses the Olga and Margaret
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Louis Merwitzer, honorary life
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officially o;>en:ng the building
named in honor of him and his
family. Chuck Merwitzer, his son.
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rations of Merwitzers on hand.
In separate ceremonies, Mayor
Shepard Broad of Bay Harboi
Islands and his family, dedicated
a cornerstone of the new buildin-
n memory of the late Daniel M.
Broad. a Hebrew Academy
founder. Mis. Fannie Broad, his
widow, participated along with
Mayor Chuck Hall of Miami Beach.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. Rabbi Mor-
dechai Shapiro, Rabbi Gross and
other dignitaries.
Irving Firtel, president of the
school and n Miami Beach attor-
ney, lauded the Merwitzer and
Broad families tor their major
contributions to the building fund
ol the new building "and for their
lifelong leadership in the cause of
Judaism, Jewish education and
Israel."
Mr. Firtel noted that the
school's growth from six students
to more than 800 in 25 years has
( been the most rapid of any Hebrew
clay school in the nation, and that
the Hebrew Academy has laid the
foundation on which several other
schools in South Florida have been
built.
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed
eration's Women's Division uii:
iay tribute to the presidents o'
local women's organizations Tues
lay, .Ian. 9.
The Tribute to Presidents Day
which will be held at the Sevilli
Hotel, Miami Beach, will be di-
vided into two parts. The morning
session. "Sherry and Sharing" wil!
be an educational workshop. The
ifti i noon session will include a
lunsheon and a candlelighting cei-
( mony to honor the organizational
leadership.
David Schoenbrun, formerly
chief correspondent for CBS in
Washington during the Kennedy
years, will be the keynote speaker
at the luncheon. Mr. Schoenbrun,
a dedicated supporter of the State
of Israel, regularly covered events
in the Middle East for many years,
lie is presently a guest commen-
tntO" for ABC Ni-Ws ..'!'< he rest ol his time to writing and
ecturing,
Also on hand to honor the presi-
lents will bo Molly Picon, first
lady of the Yiddish Theater, who
has made numerous appearances i:i
thi' South Florida area in recent
years.
Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Dade
County coordinator for the Presi-
dents' Council, emphasized that all
organizations are urged to partici-
pate.
"While this day of tribute i- !> -
ing given in honor of the presi-
dents by Federation, we want to
see all the local chapters of Miami
women's organizations represented
on Jan. 9," she said.
The luncheon portion of the day
is open to all those wishing to at-
tend. Additional information and
reservations may be obtained by
calling the Women's Division of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fcdera-
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Friday, December 29, 1972
NATIONAL TRIBUTE IN MIAMI BEACH \
Histadrut Hosts Farewell
For Rabin Saturday Night
Mrs. Schachter Honoree At
Jan. 7 JNF Luncheon Event
lerican Jewry will pay tribute
to Israel's Ambassador to the
United States Saturday night at
DR. SOL STtIN
thi Fontainebleau Hotel at a Na-
tional Farewell Tribute under the
auspices of the Israel Histadrut
illation.
Gen. Yitzhak Rabin, supreme
ci mmander of the Israel Defense
Forces during their historic vie-
. tory of the Six Day War of June
1967. will receive the Israel His-
tadrul Foundation's first Medal
ol Honor.
The program, which will include
a light supper, will get under way
at 7:30 p.m. in the Grand Ball-
room of the .Miami Beach hotel.
Keservations may be obtained at
the Histadrut offices, Suite 389,
420 Lincoln Rd. Bldg.
Dr. Leon Kronish, national
chairman of the board of the
Histadrut Foundation and rabbi of
Temple Beth Sholom. and Dr. Sol
Stein of New York, national pres-
ident, will confer the organiza-
tion's highest honor upon Ambas-
sador Rabin.
Gen. Rabin, wno will return to
Israel next month after a five-year
term as head of the Embassy in
Washington, D. C, will make an
highlighting South Flor-
ida's celebration of the Jewish
nation's 25th anniversary of state-
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The reception will introduce a
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the Histadrut Annuity Fund to the
American Jewish community. Be-
cause veterans of the Israeli army,
navy and air force have been hav-
ing great difficulty in finding
adeqi ate housing, Histadrut has
begun a $25 million program to
build suitable homes for the vet-
erans.
A special issue of the Israel
Histadvut Annuity Trust, paying
e~i percent annual interest for the
life of individual or joint donors,
has been established to provide low
cost mortgages for Israeli vet-
eran-.
The former GI's have been
caughl between the demand for
adequate housing for new immi-
grants including the upsurge
of Russian Jews and for those
Israelis being moved out of slum
areas in Tel Aviv, Haifa and Jeru-
salem.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, national
president of the Synagogue Coun-
cil of America, will participate in
| the national farewell to Con.
1 Rabin, who has been one of Israel's
! foremost military leaders since
pre-statehood days.
Moe Levin, chairman of develop-
ment of the Histadrut Foundation
and chairman of the board of the
I Israel Histadrut Council of South
I Florida, will extend greetings.
Dr. Kronisn, wno has worked
Closely with Gen. Rabin in national
efforts of State of Israel Bonds,
the United Jewish Appeal and the
Histadrut, will serve as toast- '.
j master for the Saturday night
i affair.
Ambassador Rabin was deputy j
commander of the Palmach, crack
unil of the Haganah. In the War
of Independence. He became a
brigadier general in 1954, and In
:;h;-; was pica oted to the rank of
Rav Aluf (lieutenant general),
highest in the Israel Defense
Forces.
Toby (Mrs. Herman! Schachter.
! hilanthroplst, Zionist and former
: ess executive, will be honored
at (he Morton Towers Jewish Na-
tional Fund luncheon to be held
at 12:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 7, in
tiie Fontainebleau Hotel.
Mrs. Schachter is. a former pres-
ident of the Moi ton Towers Hadas-
sah group, chairman of the Big
Gifts luncheon for Miami Beach
chapter ol Hadassah, member of
B'nai B'rith, ORT, Temple Beth
Raphael and Bonds of Israel.
Heading the committee for the
luncheon is Emanuel Mentz, pres-
ident of the Men's Club of Morton
Towers. His cochairmen are Lou
Aronson and Israel Harlston.
Others on the committee are
Ann Zuckerman. Rachel Brody,
, Anne H. Bernstein, Mrs. Samuel
; Thaw. Mrs. Bertha A. Mintzer,
Mrs. Frieda Tobey, Rose Stein-
hart, Boa <>)!dwoin. Cynel Dane.
Mrs. Morris Minov, Ben Frohman.
Mrs. Fnianuel Mentz, Fanny
KouTz, Jean Harrison, Etta Aron-
son, Ben Nagel, Marris Raman,
George Schaffer, Morris Minov
Herman Higger, Dr. I. Unternian
! and Harry Harrison.
Tickets for the luncheon and
! lus transportation to the Poi
jtainebleau Holel may be obtained
by calling Mr. Aronson or Mr.
, Hartson.
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IN BURDINE'S INVITATIONAL
Lady Pros Shooting
For $30,000 in Prizes
When the lady pros tee off in,
the 5th Annual Burdine's Invita-
tional LPGA Golf Tournament tK|
first week in January, they'll be
shooting for $30,000 in prizes.
Just four years ago when the
first Burdine's purse was $35,000
- it was the tour's richest. Now,
c-f course, other sponsors have
realized the appeal of women's
golf and four $100.000-plus tourna-
ments dot a tour this year that
will exceed $1.4 million in total
purses.
Burdine's, however, has elected
to go "a different route," rather
than keep fighting for the
"richest" tag with this year's Jan.
3-7 tournament at Doral Country
Club: Community involvement.
This year, as in the previous
tournaments, a charitable organi-
zation will receive upwards of
S25.0OO from tournament pro-
ceeds. For the third straight year
the benefactor is the American
Cancer Society.
"We feel we can benefit the
area much more this way." says
Sam McColloch, Burdine's vice
president, who has been tourna-
ment chairman since its inception.
"It becomes such a competitive
thing when everyone's trying to
have the largest purse. This way
we can turn over a large sum of
money to a worthy organization.
And the people seem to like it
this way."
The best example of the accept-
ance of the women pros by the
^outh Florida sporting public is
i he sell-out of the amateur berths
in the pro-celebrity tournament
this year, the first time this has
happened. And it occurred three
weeks before the tournament.
Amateurs pay to play with the
lady pros and a group of well-
known figures from entertainment
and sports worlds. A total of 152
mifers will tee off Jan. 3, pro-
celebrity day.
"I think it is indicative of the
heights the LPGA has reached
nationally," Mr. McColloch de-
clared.
Another Burdine's innovation
which has helped 35 amateur spots
in the tournament become so cov-
eted is the satellite tournaments.
These tournaments are held by
women's golf organizations
throughout South Florida and the
winner gets a berth in the pro-
celebrity. A nominal entry fee by
each lady at her club tournament
comprises the pro-celebrity entry
fee. Thirty-five berths have been
filled in such competition, which
began with upwards of 4,000 com-
petitors.
Tickets to the tournament may-
be purchased in advance from
Kiwanis Club members or Patrons
of the Museum of Science. They
also are available at all nine
Burdine's stores. Tickets pur-
chased in advance are good for
any day of the tournament, in-
cluding the pro-celebrity.
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Gusman Philharmonic Hall -
and its 1972 architect .Morris
i LapMtM will be honored by
the City of Miami Committee
on Ecology and Beautificatlon at
! an Awards Luncheon Jan. 12 at
the OiKimbus Hotel, chairman
j K. Albert I'aiiot announced. The
j newly renovated theatre has
I been selected for the "Building
of the -Month" Award
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Among Dade County archi-
tects accepted as corporate
members of the South Florida
chapter- of the American Insti-
tute Of Architects this week are
David J. Felnberg, Ronald K.
Frailer. Albert P. Reiiuart and
Max E. White.
When Harold G. Featherslone
is sworn in as a Dade County
judge this week, he and his
brother, .Incite Iceland Featlier-
stone, will become the first
brothers to serve on the same
judicial bench at the same time
in the state of Florida. The
Featherstone brothers are mem-
bers of a pioneer Florida family.
Harold, a state legislator for six
years, was elected to the Dade
Circuit Court bench in Septem-
ber.
VA Revises Tutorial
Benefit Procedures
Tutorial benefit for veterans in
school under the GI Bill has been
liberalized, according to C. W.
Boggs of the Miami VA office. It
also has been made available to
children, wives and widows who
are in school under the Education-
al Assistance program.
The requirement that the eligible
person show a "marked deficiency"
i efore bein^ given tutorial assist-
once is no longer in effect, Mr.
Boggs said. The studen still must
go through his school, however, for
the certification that tutoring is
required.
New Mizrachi Women's Group Formed
Mizrachl Women's 14th link ha?
been named Shalvah, which in He-
brew means "Peace." President of
the new group, located in the cen-
tra! Miami Beach area, is Mrs.
William Gordon.
The group has planned its next
meeting for Jan. 10 ai 8 p.m. in
the hom of Mrs, Felix Rosenberg,
3701 Chase Ave. Program will fea-
ture a profe- tional co- netician.
Other officer; on the slate in-
'!,!(!: Helen Ciment, correspond-
ng secretary; Sharon Cimenl
treasurer; Chavy Baron, public-
ity; Gilda Burstein and Lana Ros-
enberg, membership; Esther Entin
and Susan Cohen, program; Ros-
lyn Paul, recording secretary,
and Rita Restler, sun bine chair-
man,
Klnerel chapter gala member-j
ship meeting on Tuesday at x p.m.
at the First Federal, SW 27th Ave.
and Coral Way. Sophie Schrager
is president ar.d Elizabeth Perl is:
membership chairman.
Miami Reach Chapter presi len<
".ache: Katz announces a regular
meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 9 at
12:30 p.m. at Washington Federal. '
1234 Washington Ave.
An interesting program is plan-
ned for the Shalom Chapter on
Tuesday, Jan. 9. at 12:30 p.m. in .
the card mom of 100 Lincoln Rd.
Mrs. Rose Ehrenreich is president. '
In honcr or Til B'Shvat, fleula
Chapter will celebrate with a tra- I
ditional program on Wednesday,
Tan. 10 at 8 p.m. at Beth Israel,
Chase Ave. and 40th St. Florence
Breh is serving as chairman.
Francinc Katz is president.
Hatikvah program chairman
Ruth Zellnei and Rose Lui jer
have ananged a prc-convi I m
r. eting for Thin I iy, Jan. 11 at
1 p.m. al Kneseth Israel S il
Hall. Pearl Kolko is preside!
Dvorak Chanter will celebi i
Sa'i to to Israel'' on Monday, Jin.
15 al 1 p.m. at Hi" Roney I
Presidium inc'ud Real rice F ha
uid Fannie Berg.
Avha Chapter's white elephant
tale and meeting will take p!ace
>n Monday, Jan. 15 at I par. in
Beth I 'avi:. Fanni April is |
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to a second four year term to the State Senate.
"You have given me eight years of service in the House and
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Friday. December 29, 1972
Red Buttons, and Shlomo Carlebach
To Appear In 'The Israelis Are Coming'
YM-YWHA Collects Food, Clothes For Victims Of Quake
Miami and Miami Beach theatre
foers are looking forward to thr
one-night personal appearance ot
KAHisi SHLOMO CARLEBACH
Red Buttons, internationally fa-
mous movie and TV star who will
appear in person at the Miami
Heach Auditorium, in "The Israelis
Are Coming," Saturday, Jan. 13,
at S:30 p.m.
The show is produced and di-
rected by Shmutl Fershko, Miami
Bench composer who has written
a number of popular Israeli and
American songs, and has brought
to the Miami Beach area many
famous movie and TV personalities
in his "Israelis Are Coming" con-
certs, held annually on Miami
Beach.
Red Buttons is at present ap-
earing in the film "Poseidon
dventure" in which he gives an
)scar-Winning performance, ac-
orriing to Miami newspaper critics
jnd reviewers.
Also api>carinK on the program
Is Shlomo Carlebach, the folk-
singing, guitar playing, ordained
rabbi who is billed as a singer of
Hassidic songs, but whose per-
formance takes on the character
of a feivcnt religious celebration
with Jews and Gentiles, young and
old iilike. as participants.
Rabbi Carlebach expresses the
Hassidic philosophy of love of man
and God through his guitar play-
ing, singing and dancing. Like the
Hassidic rabbis, he introduces his
songs with an appropriate parable
or legend, and his music "turns
people on."
Joining the above are the Sabra
Dancers, who will present the
pirit of Israel in dance.
Sisterhood Art Auction Set
The Shterhood of Congregation
3-r.ai Raphael, 1401 NW 183rd St..
\ill hold its annual art auction
>unday. Jan. 14, at 8 p.m. There
s no admission charge. All a''t
vill be presented by the Howard
Mann Art Gallery.
Non-perishable food and cloth
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quake in Nicaragua, is being col-
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Dr. Fred Witkoff, chairman of
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duction ceremonies were conducted
by the spiritual leader of the con-
gregation. Rabbi Phineas A. Web-
crman:
Takine the oath of office were
Louis Terner, chairman of the
board; Harold Ginsberg, president:
William Feinberg, Kugen Zicher-
man and Carl Turchin. vice presi-
dents; Herman Meyerson, secre-
tary; Albert A. Zuch, treasurer;
and Peter Stecher, financial sec-
retary.
Gabbaim are: Nathan Epstein.
Isidore Hershkowitz, Louis Malt/.
Sigmund Rosenman and Milan
Rutte.
Board members include Morris
Adler, Joseph Aqua, Max Berko-
witz. Dr. Archibald C. Cohen,
Nathan Farber, Arthur Feldman,
K. Buddy Kline. J. Murray Kotkes,
Louis Makovsky, Charles Praeger,
King Rich, Melvin Rubel, Fmanuel
Sarnoff, Saloman Schapiro, Alex
Scheinzeit, Samuel Schncierson,
Abe Schwartz, Julius Sheslow,
Adolf Sicherman, Lazarus Silver-
man, Alfred H. Speiser, Hon.
Leonard Weinsttin, Benjamin
"Wiener, Harry Yfiilin and Philip
Zuckerman..
Outgoing president is Alfred H.
Speiser.
Lodge Party For Children
Two B'nai d'rith lodges com-
bined forces to provide a Christ-
mas-Chanukah party for depen-
dent chHdren recently. Abe Seigel.
dressed as "Santa" distributed
' gifts which were provided by
Coral Gabtes Lodge under the
chairmanship of Herb Schurowitz.
and Sports Lodge, under the
chairmanship of Leo Steinman.
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Announce Early January Schedule
Miami Ctiairter of Hndassah
president! Mrs. Morr! Herman
announces a numb.T of group
meetings in early January:
Rolling Green group presidenl
Mrs. Saul Zirmie- na-i announce!
tlio follmviiio; activities Jan. 8
genera) .meeting at Tomole Artath
Ypshurun, An original iay will,lie
presented. On Jan. 31. a irop?r-
card rrtv at Washing n Fed**Tii
680 NE I'w-i, si j,h mvs wait-
er BaokabnMm chairman.
Kadlma'i ftkvlake Garden*. M-
German FisRe, pre*!d*nt Jan.
general nvetlne. al the Skv'nU
recreation hall at noon will pie-
enl a skit entitled "Power of
One."
linn Group, Mrs. Sn:r iel I." "w
P'--i4n:. announces a theatr
party, t-i;n lav evening, Jan. Ifi {
ft the Reach Theatre. "From [
racl With Love" will b> *own
Syh'ia RMenm is chairman.
Rteanor Roosevelt pro -ip \vi'!
have n Fashion show iire-rnted by
Firsi I.artv at the Jan. 22 rrrwtin?
in the MfLon Auditorium at 12:45
p.m. Mrs. Edward Lazarus will
preside.
Ramah ftmnp will honor life'
member.* at the Jan. 8 meeting in '
'the New H' tizOtU AuditoriiHm, !
ran, 22 will be the pfrojip^s annual
ink bhie hex luncheon
Menorah Uroup will h,' l its
monthly nocting Jan. 8 al 90
Edcewater Dr.. Coral Gable.-.
Lnrcrreon will he served. Dr. and
Mr-. Soil ("enter will speak of
that* experience in Israel tirtfl'in
'ho Hadamh Hospital. Mrs; Rob-
ert Schweitzer is president.
ToraJi president n Mi*. Michael
T'1-'"er. T|v Jan. 22 meeting will
be the Hadn sah Madl al Organi-
zation Hip Gifts Luncheon.
Naomi Chapter wil' hold M- F i-.
<* nveting at the YMHA, 850 I SW
:th St., at 8:18 p.m. Gum speaker
"ill be Judge Sidney Weaver. Mrs.
S'ei;hen Morris i; president.
>it. Scopus Greop will hold it:
regular meeting on Jan. 8 at ;
>m. at the Fir-! F d ral 275C
Coral Way. The meeting will fea-
ture Mrs. Burton Levey who will
sneak on "Israel 23." Mrs. David
Ellison is president.
Aviva pre.=:i'nt. Mrs. Jule
Mi^kes. announces a RO'irmet
cooking demonstration win b-
-n>:>nted by Cartier. Miami chef
at thf Jan. ,X merting at 10 a.m.
at the home of Mis. John Reich.
11908 SW 67th Ave.
Mrs. Jack Cohen, rnernberoh'p j
chatnmui of the Miami Chapter,: 20 Esquires To Be Inducted
will b guest speaker. A movie Twenty "Ksquires" will he in-'
Now fheu- Home Is Israel/' wilt riucto he shown. Mts. Nathan Greif will I Monday at the 8 p.m. meeting of,
'""vlric he George Gershwin Lod<<
Migdni Hariamah at the Buck-; Knights of Pythias, in the Surf-
ley Towers Will hold ils regular side Community Center. The an-
meeting Jan. 8 featuring Mrs. Lee nual meeting of the Credit Union
Goldman In a cantata accompanied will also lie held and five new
at ihe niano hv OVg Biho" Stern, directors elected.
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Ferris Ruth Gelb, Charles Shenker
United In Temple Emanu-El Rites
Rabbi Irving Lchrman conducted the cere-
monies uniting Ferris Ruth Gelb and Charles
Shenker in mairiage Sunday, Dec. 24, at Tem-
MRS. CHARLES P. SHtNKtR
pie Emanu-El. A dinner-reception followed the
8 p.m. rites in the temple's Friedland Ballroom.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Saul Gelb, 9231 SVV 20th St. She graduated
from Miami-Dade Junior College and received
her degree ra Education from the University
of South Florida.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hy-
man Shenker of Hollywood, graduated Magna
Cum Laude from the University of Miami,
where he majored in Biology, and is now at-
tending the U-M School of Medicine.
The new Mrs. Shenker selected a long-
sleeved ivory satin gown with Irish lace and
seed pearl trim, a full train and lace and seed-
pearl trimmed headpiece holding a full-length
veil. She carried an arrangement of white
roses on a Bible.
The bridal party Included the bride's sister,
Marde Gelb, maid of honor; Rochelle Tucker,
matron of honor; bridesmaids Shari Apatov,
Donna Shullrrsan, Lanie Fleet, Carol Simon,
Martha Backer, and Eileen Micklin; the
bridegroom's brother, Robert Shenker, best
man, and ushers Craig Apatov, Bruce Tucker,
Robert Bondi, Howard Ross, Sandy Perle and
Dave Stoler. The bride's grandmother, Mrs.
Dorothy Pollack of Miami Beach, and the
bridegroom's grandmother, Mrs. Esther Shen-
ker of New Jersey, were among the honored
guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Shenker will live in Miami
after a honeymoon trip to Jamaica.
lA/edding Jjclls rCingr
Dade-Broward JWV Auxiliary Activities
Mrs. Lillian Sch^en, president.
Department of Florida Ladles
Auxiliary-. Jewish War Veterans,
and Mrs. irvne Cooperman. de-
partment friendship gavel chair-
man, will make visits to local aux-
iliaries. Dade and Broward auxili-
aries will have the following ac-
tivities this week:
Norman Bruce Brown 114: Vol-
unteers Belle Swartz and Sylvia
Liebman wiM service the portable
telephone for patients at the Vet-
erans Hospital on Saturday. A
regular business meeting presided
over by auxiliary president Seema
Lefkowitz will be held Tuesday
at 8:15 pjn. at 460! W. Flagto S1
Guest speaker. Dr. LaVerne A-
Nolle will tell of the child welfare
program she organized in the
Bahamas.
Pearl Weinstein. who volunteers
at the Veterans Hospital on Tues-
days, will work at laboratory; Ann
Bcder. auxiliary volunteer, will
work in the Pharmaceutical De-
partment on Wednesday, and Rose
Eennett wi':l volunteer in the Pa-
rent's Library on Thursday.
West Miami 113: Jerri Bartlett
hospital chairman, and assistants
will service telecart and s'lop for
patients at Veterans Hosoita! on
Friday and Tuesday. Auxiliarv
President Natalie Ro-enberg will
hold i regular meeting or> Thurs-
day. Jan. 4. at the heme of Shirley \ a games party for residents of
Games Party from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday.
Miami Beach 330: Sunday, hos-
pital chairman Minnie Hopen and
assistants will service the telecart
at Veterans Hospital. Thursday.
Auxiliary president Bessie Gibber
will preside at a regular 8:30 p.m.
business meeting at 1819 Alton
Rd.
Four Freedoms 402: Auxiliary
members will service patients at
.lie i-iome tor the Aged on Collins
\ve. daily. President Rae Fein-
-tein will shop for patients at the
Veterans Hospital Tuesday.
North Shore 677: Will service
the portable telephone Tuesday at
the Veterans Hospital through
Hospital chairman Sara Young
Ruth Stark and Julia Linsay.
Hialeah-Miaml Spilngs 681: Will
hold a Recreation Hall games
-arty for patients at Veterans
Hospital, Wednesday from 7 to
8:30 pjn.
Abe Horrowltz 682: Will hold
i hoard meeting Thursday. Jan. 4,
K* 15937 NE 19th Pace. President
Belle Horowitz will preside.
Point East 698: Hospital chair-
ri\n Irene Siegel and assistants
will service telecart at Veterans
Hospital on Wednesday.
Hrry EL Cohen 723: Will hold
Green Exhibit Of
New Graphics At
Cedars Gallery
"All Men Are Brothers" is the
title of a multi-colored intaglie by
noted print-maker Shirley I. Green,
whose exhibi-
tion of New
Graphics opened
last week at
Cedars of Leb-
anon Gallery in
the Civic Center.
Mrs. Green,
who is listed -in
"2.000 Women of
A c h ievement,"
is a charter
member of
"M a n g r o v e
P r i n tmakers,"
and a member of Artists Equity
Association. She teaches print-
making at the Miami Art Center.
Her current show includes 39
pieces, mostly etchings, engrav-
ings, embossed intaglie, collo-
graphs and relief cellocuts. The
exhibition will run through Jan-
uary and is open free daily
from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Proceeds of sales will go to the
Auxiliary, which supports the hos-
pital building fund.
Shirley Green
nthal. They will be present-
ed the Department's Friendship
Gavel by Irene Coo lei nan. De-
partment Friendship Gavel chair-
man
Murray Solomon 248: Presented
two sets of creative building
Mocks through the anxftary chil ;
welfare chairman Cynthia Bii'i
am', assistari Diane Botwin'ck to
the G.ant School for Exceptiona'
Children. On Monday, hospital|
chairman Stella Lip ton will serv-
ice the portable telephone at the
hoi-p'tal. Tuesday evening, at a
rcpula'- business meeting at Tem-
ple Zamora. President Evelyn
Loew will introduce Department
of Florida President Lillian
Schoen. Auxiliarv and Post mem-
bers will entertain patients of
Veterans Ho--"1!"' at n R"* H->11
the Hebrew Home for the Aged
it 320 Collins Ave Sunday bo-
tween 1 and 3 p.m. Mrs. Lillian
r Tan. -1 Americanl :rt chairnw
Mrs. VI ilet Jacobs and assistants
will a--ist a' the naturalization
h at Bavfronl Park
to'dltoriun. They will also d'< rib.
ut- the Department's engravi I
<]< it'fii ation card to ach nev
\mpri'" this ""r
day, hospital chairman Lillian
' a"! ass'stants will service
the no-'able telephone to patients
at the Veterans Hospital.
Colonel David Marcus 746: Will
hold a board meeting Wednesiay.
it 8:30 o.m. at the Financial Fed-
eral. NW 183rd St. and 7th Ave.
Mixt'iary President Florence
W- MRS. STEVEN BRAMMAN
Braidman- Waksman
Rebecca Waksman became the
bride of Steven Braidman Satur-
day, Dec. 16, at Beth David Con-
gregation. Rabbi Irving A. Wein-
gart officiated at the 8:30 p.m.
rites; a reception followed in the
synagogue's Spector Hall.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Waksman, 1800 SW 87th
PI., graduated from Miami Coral
Park High School and Miami-
Dade Junior College, and is a past
president of the Temple Or Olom
USY. Her husband, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Braidman, 6300
SW 14th St., also graduated from
Miami Coral Park and Miami-
Dade. and served as president of
the Temple Or Olom USY. He was
a senator in M-DJC's Student
Government Association and won
several awards while he was a
student there, and is presentlv
studying for his law degree at
Florida International University.
The bride's sister, Eva. was her
maid of honor; bridesmaids were
Ana Lee Neiman and Gale Cross:
Elena Spil and the bridegroom's
sister, Susie Braidman, were junior
bridesmaids. His cousin, Rod
Rosenthal. served as best man;
Brent Pliskin, Eddie Gonzalez.
Eric Lindenbaum and Darrell
Mankoff ushered.
The couple spent their honey-
moon at Disney World and Ocala;
they will make their home at
10209 SW 20th Ter.
MRS. JtffRtY I. SJCRNBCRG
Sternberg-Alter
Ronnie Barbara Alter and Jef-
frey Ralph Sternberg exchanged
marriage vows on Sunday. Dec.
24, at an 11 a.m. ceremony con-
ducted by Rabbi Max Lipschitz at
the Kines Bay Country Club where
a reception in honor of the couple
followed the ceremony.
Daughter of Mrs. Bert ran
SchiW, 12370 SW 69th Ave.. and
Edwin Alter of Bayside. N.Y. the
bride is a grad ate of Miami Nor-
'and Senior High School and Mi-
ami-Dade Junior College.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mr?. Ralph Sternberg, 70
NW 185th St. He graduated from
Miami Norland Senior High School
and attended the University of
Miami.
For her nuptials, the bride wore
a long candlelight satin gown
styled with a high neckline, a lace
bodice and long pointed sleeves). A
shoulder tip veil held by a Juliette
cap completed the bridal ensemble.
Anita Alter served as her sis-
ter's maid of honor. Gloria Schild,
Maureen Schild Emily Greenbaum
and Debbi Golden -were brides-
maids.
Herb Sternberg. the bride's
brother, served as best man. Ush-
ers included Ken Schili. Mark
Alter. Leonard Greenbaum and
Andrew Simon.
On their return from a honey-
noon in the Porono Mountains,
the newlyweds will live at 6925 W,
1ttl Ave.
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j-or MM. LLOYD ). MOKGENSTtKN
Morgenstern-Marks
Following a honeymoon in j
Jamai'a. the for-r.?r Parti Jo j
Marks and Llovd Jiy Morger.;tern
will ve at 4S15 No. Bay Rd., Mi-
ami Beach.
Daughter of M-. a-^d M". Phi'ip
Kaufirann. 8-3 Raynond St.. the
bride exchanged vov-s with Mr.
Morge'-stern on Su^div evening.
Dec 24 at the AHin-s Hot?]
where a reception followed the
nuptials. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
officiated.
The bridegroom is the con of
Mr. aid Mrs. Julian Temple 7436
Gary Ave.
Fo- her we-iiire. tf*t brM se-
lected an origins' derign bv Pris-
eiila of white silk =at'n. TV A-
Jine gown was styled with an em-
pire bodice. du"h"-s necklin" and
long- s'eevos with pndnvidnrH
lace cuffs. The paneled front of
pearl embroiderv had pearls at-
tached to it a*Ht the ensemble was
completed with a Watteau t-ain.
The bouquet featured a cascade of
white butterfly roses accented
with snow white strphanotis.
Terri l.vn M-v1'- v% ma'--' o'
honor and brirV>e-"a:''s i'--r*id>
Aida Ler-!an. Robin Broo'ce, Pat
Reil'y. Mftrcla Greenberg and
Holly Lu'oet.
SenKni as br-t man was Brian
Harris M^TO'istc-i with Robert
Pare'ti. r'vir'c- W i "in. Jo"!
Berber. Mic-pr' Housman and Bo'
Meyers as usher}.
A srrd"ate of Miami na'.e -Tun- i
lor College, the new M-s. Mir
gensti m ivi'3 i'I r.d tha Unlver-
;.;*\ of M ami starting in February
She is ;i me-"1..... of Phi Lnmbd
honorary sorority
Mr. M-, vc--**in i* attend'ng the
Uni er i'v of Miami a"d is a m
in honor-
ary accounting frptrtvtv.
Jaclyn Kirschenbaum
To Wed Robert Leifert
Dr. and Mrs. Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum of North Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Jaclyn Merle to Robert
Joshua Leifert, son of Mr. and Mrs.
rfeiijamin Leifert of New York
City. Dr Kirschenbaum also
ierves as cantor at Beth Moshe
Congregation.
M'ss ,v riienbaum, a stu.d<-iit
>f Stern College o: Yeshiva Uni-
ersity, sta I e al the Univ< s'tj
Mary'an I ind Gold Co!lege for
mi n in J< r isal 'm, I ael. The
<> e live bi I i oom is a grad-
at< o Ten pie University and re-
I his master of arts degree
cmi Columbia University where
e was el reted to Phi Delia Kappa
:; into honor society. He is pres-
rtly the international program
"hrctor of the United Synagogue
Vmerica, Department of Youth
'.ctivi'les, and the edt'.or of "Ha
lodrlch," a Journal of informal
"d jca'ion.
The wedding will take place
'cxt snring.
Linda Hack man,
Don Rosenthal
Are Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Hackman
of Forest Hill;. N.Y.. are announc-
ing the engagement of their
daughter, Linda, to Potty Offic
non Rosenthal. son of Mr, and
Mrs. Her?chi Ros -nthal ol 500
SW 23rd Ave.
The hi: '.'-!' '' i- : i
Ili''s High S ''hi. an I
e tly as iciated dth th u '.-
Miami.
Thi 'i ';' brid ooni '-
: nded Pa' n B nch and M
')a [p I mil Co' = i I'''"-
e= in the 7th roast G
ti o lo ated in the Federal
Juil "". wh 're he i- assign I l<
the Miltarj Personnel Procuro-
Of rise.
Linda hackman
Shiland-Goldman
Susan Ile-e. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Goldman. SOO East Dr.
Iwame the bride of Rna!t! Mark
Shiland on Saturday, Dec. 23. Th-
bride-groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Meyer Shiland of Birming-
ham. Ala.
Rabbi Irving Lebrrran and Max
Lipsehitz officiated at the 8:30
:>.m. ceremony in Temple Emanu-
K) which was followed by a recep-
tion.
On their return from a honey-
moon in London, the couple will
live in Birmingham.
Attending the bride at the wed-
ding were Tlene Kulbersh. maid of
honor; Ann Goldman. Judy May.
Sheila Goldberg. Mindy Hennes
Randy Rubin, Brenda Berman and
Linda Levin, bridesmaids.
Best man was Meyer Shiland;
usher? were Steve Goldman. My-
ron Smith. Alan Gold-nan. Barry
Levin, Harry Lipson. David Gold-
stein, Gerson May and Bill Rob-
bins.
Now attending the University
of Alabama, the new Mrs. Shiland
's a graduate of Miami Norland
TV.-h S*ho*l. She is a re nber o'
De'ta Phi Eps;lon Sorority.
Mr. Shilard earned a B.S. de-
gree at the University of Alabrnp
here he belonged to Zeta Beta |
Tau.
The '-' ->v- Mis Goldman Is the
anidaughter of Mr, and Mrs.
'"iniik Cohen of Brooklyn, and the
'.nte Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gold nan;
>f Miami Beach. Her husband i-
he '. andson of M s. Abe Shiland
d the late Mr. Shiland. and of
r ,'>, rt B< rman and the late Mrs
; m ,-i" Birmingham.
Howard M. Metzenbaum, Cleve-
lcmd businessman and Demo-
cratic nominee for the U.S. Sen-
ate in 1970. has been elected
as the new national chairman
of the Commission on Social
Action of Reform Judaism, a
program-planning body which
represents the Union of Amer-
can Hebrew Congregations
i and the Central Conference of
American Rabbis.
Local Pioneer Women Chapters To
Hold Regular Monthly Meetings
dial Chapter of Pioneer Women 1 9. al noon in the Algiers Hotel.
ill hold a regular meeting on rs. Krantz served as chapter
Thursday, Jan. 4 in the Washin:- president for 10 years and now
on Federal. 1247 Washington Ave. serves as the Moet/el Hapoat
Mrs. Ida Kovalsky will present a chairman. Mis. Gertrude Sohn,
irogram of Yiddish folksongs. A president of the chapter, will con-
iocial hour will follow the meeting, duet the program for the after-
Mrs. Bertha Miller is chapter noon.
ires'.dent. =** -fr -fr
ft ^j. ^ Beba ldelon Chapter will hold
Mrs. George Liebman, president I a regular meeting Wednesday,
if Club No. 2, ha.s announced that Jan. 10, at noon in the Washington
the chapter will honor one of its I Federal, 1133 Normandy Dr. Mrs.
founding members. Mrs. Nathan Fannie Gibson, chapter president,
Bookspan. at a luncheon Sunday, will preside. The program for the
Jan. 7, at noon in the Raleigh ; ftcrnoon will feature a review of
Hotel. Mrs. Abraham Shedroff will Meyer Levin's The Settlers" by
serve as chairperson for the Harriet Green, president of the
luncheon. Mrs. Siegfried Gutter South Florida Council of Pioneag
will speak on "Pioneer Women Women.
'73." Guest artist for the luncheon
will be Sonia Kam. Proceeds from
the luncheon are earmarked for
Pioneer Women's Child Rescue
Fund in Israel.
& & St
V # $
Hi-Rise Tlkvah Chapter, will
hold a regular meeting Tuesday^
at 12:0 p.m. in the card room at
1200 West A\-e. Mrs. Sally Gcw
sten, president, has announced
ClOb No. 1 will honor Sophie lhat the program for the meeting
Krantz on her 80th birthday, at a | will be the showing of an El Ai
luncheon to be held Tuesday. Jan. movie, "Israel Calling."
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vrith a series of events since Nov. 5. The 30 Hebrew letters
spell "Shechcheyonu," the first word in the Hebrew classic
prayer of Thanksgiving. Mrs. Silbret, shown with her crea-
Lon, is a teacher in Beth Sholom's School of Fine Arts.
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Emaiiu-El Sisterhood Opens
Antique Show Sale Jan. 11
Ttmple Emanu-El will hold its
premiere Antique Show and Sale
Jan. 11 through 15 in the Fried-
V MRS. BERNAKD KAPLAN
land Ballroom of the M;ami Beach
Congregation. The Temple Emanu-
El Sisterhood is serving as sponsjr
end coordinator of the event, ac-
cording to Mrs. Benjamin Beloff,
president.
Mrs. Beloff named Mrs. Fredric.
Miller and Mrs. Bernard D. Kap-1
Ian as COChairmen Of the Antique:
Show and Sale. Mrs. Miller, a;
member of the Sisterhood's board i
of directors, has served as chair-j
man of the organization's fine arts !
committee fur several yean. ,
Mrs. Kaplan, a part president of i
tin Temple Emanu-E] Sisterhood.
has organized several of the
group's highly successful art i
shows in pn ious years.
Hours for the Antique Sh >w and
Bale, which will bring togethei
one of the fines! array? of an-;
tiques, co" 'Ctablcs and curios ever
I i ii Mia 11 i Bea h. will !> 11
6 to ID p.m., Jan. 11; noon to 51
p.m., Jan. 11': 7 to 10 p.m.. Jan.13: i
noon toilO p m Ian. 14; ;v.v.\ no f
to 6 p rti.. Jnn
Douglas Robinson, a noted art-
ist ioime..y of Pittsburgh and
New York, will hold a one-man
.low during the Antique Show
and Sale. A graduate of both the
l^tsbui^h., Instate of. Art and
the New York School of Visual
Arts, Mr. Robinson, who now lives
i:i Miami, has works in the perma-
nent collections of many collectors
in South Florida.
A champagne preview of his
show has been scheduled for Ja:
11 at X p.m., according to Mrs
Miller and Mrs. Kaplan.
Saturday night, Jan. 13, after
the close of the Antique Show and
Sa'-e for the evening, n Ia*~ night
dinner-dance will be held, they
said.
ADI. Names Key
Staff Officials
Theodore Freedman and Mrs.
Lynne Young Ianniello have been
named to kev administrative posi-
tions in the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. Their ap-
pointments were announced by
, Benjamin R. Epstein, national di-
lector.
Mr. Freedman will serve as di-
rector of the community service
division of the ADL, with Mrs.
Ianniello director of public rela-
tion. Mr. Freedman, Southern area
director since 1965. replaces Alex-
ander F. Miller, who retires in
June.
TWO WILDCATS were upot-
ted on the Golan Heights last
week and were liixt HSJ he>ad-
Inn toward Israel proper. A unit
of soldiers combing the N'alml
(.ii.hi area of the HeUrhts saw
the animals and fired at them,
but they fled westward toward
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Comedy Opens At
Grove Playhouse
Neil Simon's eleventh consecu-
l!*e*'Brt>ad\vay smash comerty hit,
' The Prisoner of Second Avenue,"
f
FRANK GORSHIN
starring Frank Gorshin, opened
this week at the Coconut Grove
1 layhousc.
With Rita Gardner as Frank's
harried wife, the talented cast in-
i ludes Jeremiah Morris, Sylvia
Gassell. Kstelle Omens and Anna
Berger and was directed by
Charles Maryan. Costumes are by
Susan Roy of New York with light-
ing executed by James Riley.
Mel and. Edna Edison are a
middle-aged couple living on Sec-
ond Avenue and doing their best
to cone with the hazards of New
York City and a world that has
become more and more dangerous
and difficult. Right on top of a
robbery of their apartment, Mel
tells Edna that he has lost his job
as an advertising account execu-
tive and faces the-bleak prospect
(if not getting another at 47 years
of age.
So, Edna goes to work as a sec-
retary and Mel stays home, a
prisoner of Second Avenue, and
s iffers such tension and boredom
;!iat he has a nervous breakdown.
When his brother and three sis-
..rs arrive for a family council.
to decide how they can best help
Mel at the least cost, the scene
that results is one of the most
' llarious that Simon has ever
written.
Frank Gorshin is many things:
;i singer, comedian, stage, tele-
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Lovely Rita Gardner was last
seen at the Coconut Grove Play-
'.ouse in "The Unsinkable Molly
Jrown" opposite Harve Presnell
our seasons ago. She originated
he pan of "The Girl" in the long-
unning off-Broadway hit, "The
r'antnsiicks." and quickly ad-
vanced to Broadway to star oppo-
site Shelley Berman in "A Family
affair," followed by "Ben Franklin
n Paiis" opposite Ro'ert Preston.
ind most recently in the Broadway
reduction of ''1776."
Tickets are still available for
Most performances but they are
H a premium, so theatre-goers
are advised to call the box office
'it their earliest convenience. Per-
ormances are now through Sun-
ay at 8:30 p.m. with a Wednesday
nd Saturday matinee, and all next
eek, through S.nday. Jan. 7.
Brickell Bay Club
Models Open 7 Days
Some 400 guests celebrated the
rand opening of Brickell Bay
Club, Miami's newest luxury eon-
'op-.iniii'ii. ro-ent'y, tourinc models
of <*tK**apBrtirtents and examining
building floor plans and facilities,
while attractive hostesses served
champagne and hors d'oeuvres.
Brickell Bay Club is a highrise
i condominium with residences
i ranging in size from one to three
'."cdrooms to penthouses, and prices
nn-'ing from $34,500 to $120,000.
The condominium features a
: -ariet'.' of recreation facilities, in-
l:d:n private yacht dockage on
Hie hay. and a private club with
its own restaurant, lounge and
social schedule.
The project is a development of
Michael Forte and Sons, a major
ical estate and construction cor-
poration which has built a variety
if residential, commercial and
business projects in New York, as
well as Forte Towers and Forte
Plaza in Dade County.
Biickell Bay Club models at
'7333 Brickell Ave. are open from
10 a.m. to 6 p.m., seven days a
week.
Playhouse Gallery Showing
Raphael Soyer Lithographs
Joseph Golden Is Elected
Southeast Region President
The new Coconut Grove Play-
house Gallery is presenting the
lithographs of distinguished artist
and sculptor Raphael Soyer and
three other noted artists. Chaim
Gross and American artists Joseph
Hirsch and Joseph Ploch for eight
weeks.
Located on the second floor of
The Playhouse, the gallery is
presenting fifteen photographic
iwtraits of celebrated persons by
\inold Newman in its foyer sec-
tion including Leonard Bernstein,
Carl Sandburg. Aaron Copland,
Sammy Cahn and Jimmy Van
Heuscn, Brooks Atkinson and
Chagall.
Thirty-five major o'.U have been
painted by Raphael Soyer sin'-e hi^
big retrospective exhibition of 157
works at the Whitney Museum in
October, 1967. The renowned
Hist, who was 73 this month, has
iieen painting for 50 years. His
aintings are in the collections of
'he Metropolitan, Whitney and
Modern Museums as well as in
many other museums and private
collections throughout the U. S.
ind Europe.
The "Jewish Holidays" series of
watercolors from which Chai ..
irniMxiuMue the liLhpgraphs. re-
flects the Chassidic philosophy.
Mr. Gross came to this counti v
in 1921 from Cast Aestria ai-.:
studied at the Educational Alli-
ance Ait School, the Beaux-Ai
Institute and the Art Student '
League.
The Coconut Grove Playhouse
Gallery is under the supervision
of Lois Cutler, director of the
Medici H Gallery In Miami. Mi.
Cutler supervised the install,''!
! ihla current exhibition which
came from the Forum Gallerj n
New York City, which is associ-
ated with the Medici II Gallei /.
I Air .thin.',' is for sale and Inte -
ested artists may call The Play-
house oil ices, or "hen at the
theatre, ask for Miss Janis Hirsi
| assistant to the manager.
The Gallery is o| en to the public
ine half hour before each playing
performance at The Ptayhous .
until the performance closes eai i
evening or matinee days, whii li
arc Wednesday and Saturday.
Joseph Golden, a local Jewish
cad-T, WfB elected as president
>f the Southeast Region United
>ynagogue of America for the
ominfc two-year period, at the re-
rnt biennial convention held in
>rlando.
Mr. Golden, -who had served for
two years as executive vice presi-
Icnt. and previously as vice presi-
Jent. as chairman of the Youth
"orr-mi^sion of the region, and as
member of the National Youth
?ommi;sion of United Synagogue,
is a former president of Beth
Torah Congregation. North Miami
Beach, and is presently the chair-
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>f the Combined Jewish Appeal.
Mr. Golden was recognized last
ea' for his work on behalf of the
lev i-h community and Israel as
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.Serving with Mr. Golden as of-
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two years *vill be Dr. Howard
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Nashville, Tenn.. -and Dr. Marvin
Goldstein of Atlanta. Ga., vice
presidents; Sidney Shinbaum of
Montgomery, Ala., treasurer; Ja-
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treasurer; Judge Arthur Winton
if North Miami Beach, recording
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qtf Mobile. Ala., corresponding sec-
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The Southeast Reckon is com-
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Holland Expels 30 Arabs
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Friday, December 29. 1972
ISRAEL ?
Ribbon cutting ceremonies for the new Mer-
witzer Building of the Greater Miami He-
brew Academy Sunday attracted hundreds
of Jewish community leaders to the Miami
Bsach building which now houses the jun-
ior and senior high schools of the Hebrew
Academy. From left to right are Irving Firtel,
president; Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Merwitzsr;
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross; Louis Merwitzer,
honorary president of the Hebrew Academy;
his daughter, Mrs. I. H. Abrams,. and Mr.
Abrams, associate chairman of the board.
is & # tfr # -ft
SUNDAY AT HEBREW ACADEMY
# ft
Dedication Of Merwitzer Bldg.,
Daniel Broad Cornerstone
Hebrew educational history was
made in Miami Beach Sunday
when the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy's Merwitzer Building,
with a program of advanced teach-
ing techniques and unusual Struc-
tural classroom design, was dedi-
cated.
"For the fi--t time In the United
States." 'aid Rabbi Alexander S.
G:-o.v<. principal of the Academy,
"a Hebrew day school will experi-
ment with an 'open class' concept
of school curriculum."
Proving successful in many sec-
ular schools throughout the United
States, the "open class" or "open
space" concept provides each stu-
dent, in a limited sized class, w>th
a high level of personal freedom
Irving H. Firtel. Miami Beach
attorney and Hebrew Academy
president, said the new concept
is geared to stimulate inspiration
to explore new fields of personal
growth and inquiry and permit
the student to achieve his or her
own maximum potential.
"The Hebrew Acadi my is a com-
munity school whose primary pur-
pose is to guide the child from
nursery school through the teen-
age years," Ra'obi Gross explained,
"combining lh.? ideal synthesis of
that which is treasured in our
Judaic heritage with the best as-
pects of our American democracy
and culture."
The Hebrew Academy's ma*or
expansion program started in 19'">n
\\ hen a modern campus at 2400
Pine Tree Dr. was beg'in.
In 19G2' "phase on"" was com-
pleted. This Included a main camp-
us building that housed adminis-
trative offices, and Dre-school,
elementary and junior high class-
rooms.
Spacious modern classroom* were
provided, along with complete sci-
ence laboratories, a cafeteria, aud-
itorium, and recreational facili-
ties.
With the co-nnletion of the n"w
building, the Greater Miami He-
brew Academy faculty passed the
70 mark.
Spheral features of the Hebrew
Acalemy Include scholarship
grant*!: free transportation within
the- Greater Miami area; n
! .. ports and recreat'ona'
B i :< ftev -. "I I.
, for t'-e new building b-
the nine-year twn o'
Louie Merw ii >er as president of
the Hebrew Acadi
In th-' Academy's pa*"lv j
Rgthbi Or : 1 M >i.. .
wit u i. -"\y<\ the future n
for i Kflansion, B**d h^arf to im-
plement a nlan of action.
Under Mr. Merwitzer's d:-"-,:oi
th'' hu'din? fund has raised $700-.
0C0 With the readership of Rabbi
Gross, parents of st"-donts enrolled
in the new Junior High have as-
Bumed resnonsihi'itv f^r raising
the $200 000 necessary for furnish-
ings and equipment and to date
have met with enthusiastic re-
sponse from 40 families who have
pledged to donate a minimum of
51,000 each.
The Merwitzer Building was de-
signed and engineered to comple-
ment the physical and environ-
mental requirements of the "open
space" program.
According to Leonard Glasser,
A.I.A., aehitect-in-charge for Glas-
.-er- Sac mag Associates the project
represented "the opportunity to
d highly specialized purpose."
Early in tne building's initial J
design stage, Mr. W. B. Feild. an
internationally known educational
consultant, was engaged as an ad-
visor in order to coordinate under-
standing of the uniqueness of the
Miami Beach area, the building
site, and the "open space" concept.
Dr. Feild also developed a pro-
gram of "Building Use and Needs"
that enabled Mr. Glasser's firm to
prepare a design theme to en-
compass all requirements of today's
most contemporary teaching tech-
niques.
The exterior facade is pre-cast,
mo-stressed concrete, in the shape
of twin "tees," designed by Spolt-
zer-Frechtel Associates, a Miami
structural engineering firm.
The only decorative elements
a,-c practical aluminum grilles that
provide sun shelter for the win-
dows.
With six levels that include the
basement and roof levels, the
building houses 18 classrooms.
The first level or basement is
used for subterranean parking.
The second level has administra-
tive offices, a clinic, auditorium,
and fully equipped electronic kit-
chen.
The third and fourth levels arc
for junior high classes, and the
fifth level will have classes for
senior high girls only. The sixtl
I roof) level contains a playground
and gymnas:um.
The building has two elevators
and rest rooms on each floor that
are adjacent to locker rooms.
The building is fully air-condi-
tioned, insuring a comfortable at-
mo-ohere for students and faculty
a"d minimizing outside noLse dis-
traction.
The auditorium doubles as B
"cafeto-ium." and is f! oriole for
use by cho al groups. It contains
a removable stage, in order to
accommodate large assemblies
A special interest in p-ogres-
sive education and a record of vi-
tal participation in Hebrew com-
fy affairs led Charles Gold-
stein, president of Guildford Con-
tracting Corp.. Miami, to suoer-
vie construction of the Merwitzer
Building without profit.
Similar participation in the oroj
ect was made by Mr. Goldstein's
sons, Walter and Herbert, who
along with their father, head up
Guildford's operations.
The entire building has demount-
able, movable and soundproofed
partitions. This is critical for fu-
ture innovations.
Ninety percent of the building
is carpeted, providing a luxurious
atmosphere, quiet surroundings,
and ease of maintenance.
A special acoustic ceiling with
"lay-in" type lighting was install-
ed, making it highly adaptable for
altering teaching area shapes a
functional element uniquely im-
portant to the active "open space"
operation.
The walls received spec:al treat- j
ment regarding color and texture I
of materials used. Vertical sur-1
faces were chosen in order t {
achieve minimum visual distrac- j
tion for students viewing the built- I
in audio-vLsua! aids, and peripheral
equipment that includes ceiling-
mounted television.
According to Rabbi Gross, the
space is so flexible. ". that on
the entire classroom floor, a small
3roup of children can be watching
film slides without interfering
with other groups performing dis-
similar activities in the same gen-
eral area."
Typical of the Hebrew Acad-
emy's forward educational ap-
proach was a recent announcement
by Mr, Firtel that Dr. Barry
Greenberg has been appointed con- |
sultant to the school for imple- i
menting the new program.
Dr. Greenberg is director of ed-
ucational research at the South |
Campus of Miami-Dade Junior |
College. He has held this respon-
sibility since 1969, in addition to
lecturing at the University of
Miami.
Throughout the United States,
there are numerous methods of
instruction applied to the "open
space" philosophy of education.
According to Dr. Greenberg, the
Hebrew Academy 'is less con-
cerned with adopting one [articu-
lar technique but will stress
acquiring the "best" from each I
branch or philosophical approach I
that is currently proving success-
ful.
WHAT DO YOU
KNOW ABOUT
A forty week quiz, marking the 25th anniversary
celebration of the birth ol Israel, has been pre-
pared lor this and other member papers of the
American Jewish Press Association by the Depart-
ment ol Education and Culture of the American
Section of the World Zionist Organization.
QUIZ TWELVE
1. Who was the Jewish philosopher who favored a bi-na-
tional Jewish Arab state?
2. What are Israel's three major requests for the settlement
of the conllict with the Arabs?
3. What is associated with the Quumran caves?
4. What is the most northern point in Israel?
5. What was one of the major cities of ancient Canaan cap-
tured by Joshua?
6. What is the Histadruth in Israel?
7. Who first made Jerusalem the capital and religious cen-
ter of ancient Israel?
8. Who built the Temple in Jerusalem?
9. What day in the Jewish calendar commemorates the de-
struction of the Temple and Jerusalem?
10. Name the sect which claims its members arc direct de-
scendants of ancient Israel?
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below. Eight right questions will indicate a good knowledge of
Israel. Six questions answered eorrectly is passing. Check the
answers to see how well you scored.
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DAVID JACOBS
David Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Martin .larobs of 1810 SW 87th
Ct.. will observe his Bar Mitzvah
during sefvlces at Temple Or Olom
on Saturday, Doc. 30.
Daviu :- in ilic seventh erode at
Rockway Junior High School and
will continue his Jewish educatior
to confirmation. He is a member
of the Temple Junior USY.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs will honor
thei- sot- at the Kiddush following
services ar>I at a reception and
dinner at Crooked Creek Country
Club in the evening.
Among '^iiesis will be Mrs. E.
Jacob-, the celebrant's great-
grar lother, and his grandpai
ents. Mrs G. Jacobs, and Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Stucker.
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ROBIN ADLER
Friday evening services at
Beth David Congregation on De-.
29 will include the Bat Mitzvah of
Robin Susan, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs, Arthur Adler, 19600 Whisper-
ing Pines Rd.
Robin Is in the seventh grade at
Cutler Ridge Junior High School
and has attended Beth David Re-
ligious S.-hooI for four years.
The celebrant will be honored at
a reception to be held in her home.
Among guestB will be Mrs. Ann
Mink, her nreat-irandmother. and
grandmothers, Mrs. Edythe Frcg-
ger and Mrs. Mollie Adler. all of
Miami.
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BENJAMIN TEITELBAl'M
Benjamin, son of Mrs. Anita
Teitelbaum and Dr. PhiHo Teitel-
baum. will observe his Bar Mitz-
vah during Saturday morning
services at Temple Beth Sholom
on Dec. 30.
The celebrant is a student of
the confirmation class of 5734.
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TOSHI'A MEDVIN
Beth David Congregation will
be the siio of the Bar Mitzvah of
Joshua Daniel Medvin on Satur-
day morning Dec. 30.
The celebrant is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Philin Medvin. 10 Pinta
Rd.. and grandson of Mrs. Freda
Medvin and Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Ms ks, all of Miami.
Joshua is in the seventh erado
at the Hebrew Academy and in
Hebrew grade five at Beth David.
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DAVID BOLOTIX
David Werner, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore Bolotin, will con-
duct the worship service and read
from the Torah at Temple Beth
El, Hollywood, at 11 a.m. Satur-
day, Dec. 30.
The celebrant attends John F.
Kennedy Junior High School,
where he is in the seventh grade.
Among the guests will be
David's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Leroy Werner of North
Miami Beach and Mr. and Mrs.
Ii win Bolotin of Hallandale: Mr.
and Mrs. Stuart Werner of Chevy
Chase. Mil.; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Bildman of Bethesda. Md.; Dr.
and Mrs. David Braver of Balti-
more. Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Hiller "f Brooklyn. N. Y.; Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Hiller of .New York
City; Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Zimmer-
man of Long Island. N. Y., and Mr.
and Mrs, Norman Zimmerman of
Pompano.
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LESLIE, STEPHANNE STERN
Lesli and Stephanne, daughters
of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Stern, will
observe their Bat Mitzvah at Beth
Torah Congregation, Friday eve-
ning. Dec. 29. Lesli and Steph-
anne attend Beth Torah's Harold
Wolk Religious School, where they
are students in the Pre-Confirma-
tion class. Lesli, an eighth gdade
student at John F. Kennedy Junior
High School, is a member of the
National Honor Society. Steph-
anne, a seventh grader at the same
school, made the Honor Roll dur-
ing this year's first report period.
Mr. and Mrs. Stern will sponsor
the Oneg Shabbat in their daugh-
ters' honor* Many friends and rel-
atives from out of town are ex-
p [to all end.
RAPHAEL ADOL'TH
Raphael, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Enrique Adouth, will observe his
Bar Mitzvah at Reth Torah Con-
legation Saturday morning,
Dec. 30.
Raphael is now a student in the
Fifth Grade class of Beth Torah's
Harold Wolk Religious School am'
an eighth grade student at John
F. Kennedy Junior High School.
In Raphael's honor, his parentr
v ill sponsor the Kiddush following
the services. The guests will in
elude his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Luis Rosenlhal and Mrs
Victoria Adouth.
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ANTHONY OLIPHANT
Anthony Bruce, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Murray Oliphant, will be-
rome Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Dec.
30, at Temple Emanu-El,
Anthony is a seventh grade stu-
di nt at Gulliver Academy.
The celebrant will be honored
with a reception at the Eden Roc
Hotel.
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LOUIS COHEN
Louis Jay, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Cohen, will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, Dec. 30 at
Temple Emanu-El.
Louis is a seventh grade student
of the Lehrman Day School, a
member of the Bal Koreem Class
which meets on Saturdays, the
Junior Choir, and is on the Rabbi's
Honor Roll.
The celebrant will be honored
with a reception immediately fol-
lowing the services. His grand-
mother, Mrs. Frances Hammer,
will attend the event.
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ALAN BRILL
Alan, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice E. Brill will become a
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Menorah.
Saturday morning, Dec. 30.
Alan is an eighth grade student
at Nautilus Junior High School.
A Kiddush following services
will be hold at the Brill homo and
a reception and dinner in honor of
the occasion will be held in Tem-
)!e Monorah's Crimson Room Sat-
urday evening.
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JENNIFER SEGAL
Jennifer, daughter of Dr, and
Mrs. George Segal, will observe
her Bat Mitzvah Saturday, Dee.
in al Temple Beth Moshe.
Jennifer, a member of the grad-
uating class of the religious school
is an eighth grade student al
North Miami Junior High School
where she plays flute in the school
band.
Dr. and Mrs. George Segal will
host the Oneg Shabbat Friday eve-
ning, the Kiddush on Saturday
after the services, and a recep-
tion and dinner in honor of the
celebrant at the Miami Lake Coun-
Anlhony Oliphant David Jacobs
Berlin Reelected Chairman
Of Zoning Appeals Board
Jerome C. Berlin, president of
Sterling Capital Investments, Inc.,
I Las been reelected to a second
AIMED GOLDEN
Golden Named To
Hilie! Commission
Alfred Golden of Miami Beach
has been appointed as a member
of thi B'nai B'rith Millel Commis-
sion by David Blumberg, interna-
tional president of B'nai B'rith.
The Commission, which is the
international governing body of
over 2S0 units on campuses
throughout the world, includes in
its membership representatives of
B'nai B'rith. B'nai B'rith Women,
distinguished Jewish community
leaders, university faculty, stu-
dents and the rabbinate. Its chair-
man is Dr. Marver Bernstein, pres-
ident of Brandeis University.
Mr. Golden, an executive of the
Riverside Memorial Chapels of i
Florida, has a long history of lead-
ership irr B'nai B'rith and in the
Jewish community. He is now |
president of tli" B'nai B'rith Hillel
Board of the University of Miami
In Coral Gables, and a member ol
the board of governors of Dlstiicl
5 of B'nai B'rith. Over the yean
he has occupied a number of posi-
tions of leadership and honor In
B'nai B'rith and the Anti-De e
tion League, as well as in the gen-jl
oral community.
Mr. Golden is also a member- of
the board of governors of the Mi-
ami Jewish Federation and of the
board of directors of Temple Beth
El, Hollywood.
Mr. Gokie.r s wife. Lillian, has
served three terms as president
of B'nai B'rith chapters in New
York and Miami Reach. They have
"try Club With guests from Boston, two sons, both of whom are doe-
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and New York City in attendance, of Wisconsin.____________________
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Mr. Rer'in. who was aooointed
to an uri"\ tired term on the ZAB
in 197) and reappointed to a I I
lei n In December, 1971. was re-
elected unanimously by his fellow
ZAB in ir.be i,
Ed Coll, secretary of the Uni-
vi tsii\ of Miami, an api ointee t
:. Commissioner Ed Fogg,
was elei ted vice chairman for the
ing .' ar.
As Hi! non-salaried chairman of
the ZAB, one of Mr. Berlin's main
objectives has bet ri to bring zoning
appeals in front of the board with
ns little delay as possible. On sev-
eral occasions he has scheduled
idditional bearings to meet the
increased number of applications
filed. He has proposed that the
ZAB be the final authority, subject
only to appeals to the Circuit
Court, on all variances, special
exceptions and unusual uses.
Since all zoning changes must
be approved by the Metro Com-
mission, Mr. Berlin feels there is
no need for requiring that they
first be heard by the ZAB. He
i here tore has recommended that
ill /oning changes go directly to
the County Commission and not be
heard bv the ZAB.
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+Jewisti Fl-ctridltairi
Friday, December 29, 1972 !
Simlia Dinitz Facing
An Unusual Challenge
By GEOFFREY I). FAIL
Simha Dinitz, Israel's Ambassa-
d> r-designate to the Un.'ted Slates.
i. s the unusual challenge of liv-
ilown his years of service with
the Prime Minister, Mrs. Golda
.. eir.
Having been personally selected
and nominated for the job by Mrs.
Meir, he has now to disprove the
bitterly personal and sometimes
r>car-vicious allegations (made
-iii-publicly in government and
ess circles I that he is not the
an for the job ami that only
Mrs. Moir's protection earned him
Ihe Washington appointment.
Whatever is said about the man-
of the appointment and the
ji rther damage done to the al-
ady shaky morale of the Foreign
nistry, which might have been
expected to furnish, or at least to
suggest, the name of a new am-
bassador to the UJS.A.some of the
< iticisms have been more than
\ nfair to a man of not incon-
- derable talents.
Born in Tel Aviv 4.1 years ago,
Mr. Dinitz is married to an Amer-
ican and has a son and two
daughters. Washington is n famil-
;..i city to him he was a student
at Georgetown University almost
2 years ago (taking a degree in
; olitical Science i during which
ti ne he worked as a guard at the
embassy to which he now returns
.s ambassador.
He also served there in a dip-
lomatic capacity, as counsellor in
charge of information in the period
Immediately following the Six-Day
War. But it is more particularly in
the service of Mrs. Meir that he
has familiarized himself with the
real power centers of the United
States, both national and Jewish.
Undoubtedly, the confidential
nature of the many missions he
has undertaken on Mrs. Moir's
i half (and not only to the United
States i have obscured from the
2eneral public the multi-faceted
. I iiities of the man. But this very
same cloak-without dagger mode
oi operating has irked the foreign
S< rvice which, with Dinitz having
heen promoted out of its ranks
pnd over its head, sees the normal
der disrupted and its capabilities
r suited.
Simha Dinitz served Mrs. Meir
b1 her prime adviser through most
of her period as Foreign Minister
n the mid-sixties and resumed this
o'e when she became Prime Min-
ister. But he has been more than
that. He has also served as her
.vindow on the affairs of Israel
net the outside world and also
ier watchdog, bringing Mrs. Meir
the latest gossip from round and
about and protecting her from
I hose, high or low, who might seek
to waste her time.
The fact that Mrs. Meir herself
Invested him with the power to
interpose himself as he thought
iccessary Letween her and the
rest of the world and that he used
it as she would wish, is one of
the things held against him. Per-
haps in some respects, particularly
with regard to issues on the home
Iront, he has been over-protective.
But, with his close involvement
n Cabinet matters and as her
icrsonal emissary or companion
in countless high-level missions.
.t seems less than fair as has
ten the case not to give him
he benefit of the doubt and allow
:im to prove his mettle under the
lublic spotlight.
Socially, Mr. Dinitz is more than
ersonable. His tastes in music
ind books, two of his favorite
orms of relaxation, are wide-
anging. He has a quick wit, a |
aste for Italian and Chinese etx>k-
ng; anil what he considers a good ,
s-'-nso of wine.
His working colleagues rate him .
s "vital" and easy to work with.
\cepi when some urgent problem
others him. Then he tends to
become nervously irritable. They
also sense that, despite the pre-
lominantly outgoing nature of his
.ersonality, he has a close-guarded
"secret self" to which he admits
very lew.
He has already done the right
hing by trying to build his bridges
.) the Foreign Minister, Abba
:ban. who came near to resigning
over bus appointment. It is reason-
able to assume that he will no less
diligently apply himself to working
ithin the foreign service struc-
ture which his predecessor has
requentlv declined to do.
Perhaps, as his enemies hope,
Mrs. Meir's eventual departure
from office will leave Dinitz ex-
;osed and vulnerable. But there
> the equal possibility that, by
then, he will have displayed his
ibility adeqratoly to fill the role
>t Israel's top diplomat abroad.
(<), i72, Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
Soviet Tours
Briefing Kit
Readied For
By Special Report
NEW YORK With thousands
.( Americans expected to visit the
Soviet Union on commercial mis-
s:ons or private touts, the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress has made
public a 32-page "Briefing Kit for
Travelers to the U.S.S.R." sub-
I it led "How to Find and Meet Rus-
sian Jews."
The manual was introduced by
the authors Phil Baum, associate
erecutive director of the AJCon-
gress, and Zev Furst, research as-
sociate. It is available from the
American Jewish Congress' na-
tional headquarters, 15 Fast 84th
St., New York City.
"A significant increase is antici-
pated in trade and cultural rela-
tions between the United States
and the Soviet Union," Mr. Baum
said. "These increased contacts
Will afford greater opportunity
than ever befoie for Ameiiean
Jews to let our fellow Jews in the
U.S.S.R. know of our sense of fel-
lowship and continuing concern
for their future."
The briefing kit is designed to
acquaint those who aie planning
to visit the Soviet Union and are
therefore in a unique position to.
help Soviet Jews with 'he means
by which the bonds of peoplehooo
between Jews in America ana
Jiws in the Soviet Union may ue
strengthened.
"Nothing contained in the man-
ual involves any violation ol So
viet law," Mr. Baum emphasised,
"in all of our recommendations,
we urge strict conformity with
Soviet law,"
Israeli Planes Attack
Syrian Military Bases
Goren Promises To Publish
Full Text Of Langer Ruling
TEL AVIV (JTA) Chief
Rabbi Shlomo Goren has prom-
.sed that the full text of the
controversial ruling in the Lang-
er case will be published here
this week. He charged that ye-
shiva heads were employing
methods of "terror" to try to
force their views on rabbis and
dayanim (religious court judges)
and declared that he would not
tolerate such acts.
Rabbi Goren has come under
severe attack from ultra-Ortho-
dox religious circles here and
abroad for the ruling: by a nine-
man rabbinical court last month
that Hanoch and Miriam Langer
were not bastards and were free
to marry their fiances.
Rabbi Goren said the text of
the ruling and the names of
the dayanim have not been re-
leased until now to protect
them from harassment and. pos-
sible physical violence.
Addressing the weekly meet-
ing of the Engineers Club here,
he said he would seek to solve
all family and personal prob-
.'. ms according to halacha (re-
ligious law) but would see to
it that halachic problems are
solved by rabbis and rabbinical
courts, not by yeshiva heads.
He added that he would not al-
low "terror" to be used to pre-
vent dayanim from making de-
cisions according to their con-
science.
No. Broward Section, NCJW,
Continuing Book Reviews
North Broward Section, National
Council of Jewish Women, is con-
tinuing their monthly book re-
.iews at the Woman's Club of
Wilton Manors. 600 NE 21st Ct..
according to Mrs. Louis Lansky
publicity chairman.
Dr. Albert Kaufman will review
"O Jerusalem" by Larry Col'iin-
and Dominique Laoierre Wednes-
lay at 1 p.m. Guests and friends
are welcome for a nominal fee in-
cluding refreshments.
Paid-Up Membership Event
The Sisterhood of the Margate
Jewish Center is having a luncheon
jat the Center, 101 NW 9th St.
I Tuesday, Jan. 9. at 12:30 p.m., for
I paid-up members only. A surprise
I is planned for the entertainment.
Lauderhill Chapter
Of Deborah Hospital
Membership Meet
A general membet ship meeting
of the Lauderhill Chapter of Deb-
orah Hospital will bo held Mon-
day, Jan. 8. at 7:45 p.m. in the
Con minify Room of the Atlantic
Federal Savings & Loan Associa-
tion at 1771 N. State Road 7. ac-
cording to Mrs. William Molsky
and Mrs. Jerry Waxman of Laud-
erhill.
Deborah Hospital, which is lo-
cated in New Jersey, was founded
in 1922 for the treatment of indi-
gent persons with tuberculosis and
other lung diseases, and has since
expanded its services to include
.hose suffering from heart disease.
The only criterion for ad-
mission is need within its
;pecial sphere of specialized
services; its full resources are
available to those in need of them
regardless of their ability to pay.
Deborah Hospital, which is
named after the Old Testament
irophetess who inspired the Is-
raelites to unite and overcome
their oppressors, is presently sup-
ported by some 250 auxiliaries
throughout the nation. There are
nine of these chapters in Broward
and Dade Counties, helping the
hospital carry out its purpose. The
members of these volunteer groups
ire demonstrating their belief that
"He who serves humanity serves
'Jod; he who serves Deborah
erves both."
By Special Report
JERUSALEM Israeli war-
planes attacked Syrian military
bases and guerrilla positions in
strength Wednesday. It was the
first time in five weeks that Israel
;ent her aircraft against enemy
forces opposite the occupied Golan
Heights.
Unlike similar strikes in October
and November, there was no Im-
mediate reply from Syrian planes
or artillery.
Two of this week's targets were
army bases opposite the Golan
osition. and the third was a
guerrilla headquarters 23 miles
within Syria, near Dair,
Israeli troops huddled in their
parkas against the chill winter
wind as the entire front was
sealed off by orders of Israel com-
manders. The Israeli units were
placed on full alert, but there were
no immediate indications of any
Syrian reprisals.
In another development, Israeli
police arrested the son of a Com-
munist member of the Knesset,
Israel's parliament, and another
Jew in connection with the re-
cently uncovered Arab-Jewish spy
i ing operating within Israel.
A total of 36 Arabs and six Jews
now have been arrested in con-
nection with the continuing Inves-
tigation.
Soviet Activists
To Go On Trial
NEW YORK (JTA) -- Two
Jewish activists wil go on trial
shortly in Rostov and Minsk,
according to Jewish sources in
the Soviet Union, the Student
Struggle for Soviet Jewry re-
ported today.
The SSS.J said it learned that
Laser I.ubarsky of Rostov, an
engineer who was arrested last
July, will I"- tried in a closed
courtroom lie!ween Jan. I and
Jan. 15. tie has heen charged
under Art. 75/1 of the Soviet
penal code with giving secret
documents to unauthorized per-
sons.
No trial date has been set
for Yesim Davidovich of Minsk,
f 'jctised under Art. 190 of the
penal code of anti-Soviet slander
and illegal possession of a pistol.
Davidovich, 48. has suffered
three heart attacks and has told
friends he docs not expect to
live through his trial, the SSSJ
reported.
In connection with the David-
ovich case, another activist sur-
named Kipnis who was given
an exit visa, was pulled off u
train at Brest as he was leaving
Russia Nov. 29 ami returned ic,
Minsk where he is being held by
the KGB (secret police). Kipnis
is believed to be the owner of the
1941 pistol said to have been
found in Davidovioh's possession,
the SSSJ reported.
The re-arrests of .lews de-
tained in Moscow Dee. 18 as
they demonstrated at the Su-
preme Soviet for amnesty for
Jewish political prisoners, was
reported by the SSSJ. Irnia
Bronsteiu. of Novosibirsk and
her daughter, Victoria 1'oltini-
kov, were arrested after their
release in Moscow and have heen
sentenced to six months correc-
tive labor. They are the mother
and sister of Eleanora Yampol-
sky. an activist who was per-
mitted to leave the Soviet Union
earlier this year.
Corrective labor permits the
prisoner to live at home while
working at a job prescribed by
the State. They must remit part
of their wages to the State. The
two additional arrests brought
to a total 23 sentenced in the
last week.
Another of the Moscow dem-
onstrators, Margerita Slipilberg,
wife of the prisoner Arkady
Shpilberg, has disappeared since
returning to Riga and mav have
been imprisoned, the SSSJ said.
Cast Includes People
From Many Countries
A SHIPMENT of 50 pre-
fabricated houses from Yugo-
slavia arrived in Israel on board
the M.S. Una. The duplexes,
made of wood and plastics, are
the last in a series of 150 or-
dered by the Housing Ministry
to In* put up in an immigrant
housing estate in Afula. While
the cost of the houses is similar
to that of conventionally-built
apartments, they take only three
to four months to put up. The
Ministry provided tor the foun-
dations, and the Yugoslav sup-
plieis put up the houses.
Like the country they represent.
Ihe cast of "From Israel With
Love" is composed of members
from many nations, including
'oland, Getmanv and Iran.
One country often discussed in
onnection with Israel, especially
by those who remember "Opera-
I tion Magic Carpet," is Yemen.
I .vhose Jewish population omi-
| grated almost en masse in the late
I 10s and earlv '50s.
Sara Badishy, 22-year-old singer
and dancer in the company, which
s spending the winter season at
the Reach Theatre, is an Israeli
born descendant of the Yemenites.
She admits her family had some
problem adjusting. "First, the at-
..osphere was lifferent for Yem
nis, more so than for the Jews
.\ho came from Europe.'
"In Yemen, the women didn't
learn anything. It wasn't like in
Europe where women could learn
o read and write; Yemen women
'earned the Bible by heart from
i their parents."
Sara looks upon the Biblical ed-
| ucation of her lather as something
| more than merely Bible stories.
j My father knows the Bible fairly
I well, but you can talk to him
about any subject because the '
Bible isn't merely religion.
"You can use the Bible to figure |
out the answers to many problems
of life. It's literature, mathematics
and much more, not just facts
about the past "
It was only the men, however,
who learned these things, and the
ivomi n never learned to read or
write It caused additional prob-
lems when the "magic carpet"
bi ought them to Israel.
As Sara Badishy points out.
"My mother didn't know how to
read or write. After they had
settled in Israel a few years, she
went to school to learn. Now she
can read and write as well as most
students and she has become more
progressive.
"My father not only wanted my
mother to learn, he helped her
with her studies and examinations.
Even though it was difficult in the
early days in Israel, my father
wanted all of us to learn and sent
ell five of us to school, even to
high school and university.
"There wasn't much money, but
he worked hard to support us so
w-e could get an education. In
Yemen he was a rich, intelligent
man and he couldn't accept that
in Israel he would be a little man
and his children would be nothing.
"He wanted us to continue to
be what he couldn't be. That's
how I see it from my point of view,
because he's a very proud man."
Sara, who'll remain with "From
Israel With Love" through its
Miami Beach engagement and
world tour, was a member of 'be
Golani entertainment unit in serv-
ice, then studied at Hebrew Univer-
sity before joining the show.
Right now she's split between a
show business career and her
indies in psychology, not wanting
to give up either, but hoping to
find some way to combine the two.
?'


December 29. 1972
+Je*tst> fhrldtui
Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
, NOTICE OF ACTION
loNoTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
/ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA IN AND FOR ,
IE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
NO. 72-17308 (VANN)
. Tin- Mania-.- of
rarrano Wife.
..11.1
l\n<> rarisanco. Husband
IKMANPO RARRANCC)
|. id.-n* I 'nkuowti.
tTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
ABB HBRBHV NOTIFUCP
action for Dissolution of Mar-
, been Bled agalna! you ami
required t Herve a copy of
..rltlen defenses, if any. to It \
:i:HY A BCRN8. attorney for .
uner. whoa* address Is !>"S CJt}
Hkl liunW Uuildli k, -" v\ .-> i I'l.i-.i-
reet, Miami. Elnrtdi. RSl.tft. an.1
, original with Iba clerk of the '
yled court-on or before Jan !
-,": "otherwise u default will he.
o njjiiiri.-i yotl far the rebel
tiled In the rmi>lalnr or lietl-
i notice .--hall he published -once
LEGAL NOTICE
--k T\t Tour consecutive
: .TrrwisH ri.ojmrrAN
IJS88 wy, h;iu'l and the Heal
-..urt at Miami. Vlorldii on
day rrt.KoveirttW, l72.
K B. I.EATHEKMAN.
,\ CleTk, Clrcull Court
Tiide County. Florida
By R. It*, kissee
Ae Depot? Clerk
c.iun Seal I
V A BURNS, Esq.
National Hunk ituil'linK
Fhujler Street
Florida smart
.... X7S-V.
. for Petitioner
i- B-16-22-2B
. THE 11TH CIRCUIT COURT
IdaOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 72-253->1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
U A I'HHU.N'l W SKI.
ml III',
1 I..ICISI
nil.
ROSE
i den. -
i'III!' l.\< >\\ SKI,
I.Ot'IBE ill i;i i\i i\\ -
2209 Boon Lake Uoatl,
. liichiuiin. are required to tile
a,. I, i'i.. complaint ;.> hn-
inntra.-ttvc t.-u.-i upon the fol-
.1, ..iili, .1 | 11. | <-1 t> In w il:
- mj -tin -.- anil sixty-four
:-..li block -il" Coral Terrace.
same being a sub di\ision of
Uri "i the Souto-half of the south-
i,l nrrtion ll townnblp fifty-
iMi >. uth of range forty i4i>>
i iti cording to the plnl there-
nrded in nisi hook u ul
kc> 57-38 of ih,' public recorfla
Ihide County. Florida,
Ih il tlerk of the *bve Court and
a *op>- thereof noon Herman
i:~ii., 1310-11 Cmmttn Bldg.,
. Klorlda, on or before the Ifth
January t-7S, otherwise Jud|r-
i>y ili-CauIt "ill he taken against
... >t.< ,,nr, .i-.-.-, uiieil in. lira
_,aillt.
gJTNESS my hand and the seal of
nurt on this l-jth day of Pecem-
K, II. I.EXTHHRMAN
i l.'K. 1'ir.oit Court
By; 0. .1. Pby
Pet tut y Clerk
it Court Se-ili
12 '15-22-2*
1/5
NOTICE OF ACTION
INSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
|VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
|VIL ACTION NO. 72 24672
riON FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
u:I!!a>;k itf
UJKACH. WICK
11. LKKAdl
HM1L l.EKACII
l.leuoe I'nknown
| ARK HEREJ'.Y N'-TII'IKJ)
.clioti for Dissolution of Mar-
'ift-n filed niraiiisl you and
^lulred to aerve a copy of
tin uefenma. if any. to it on
n. KIIIKIOIAN, K8Q.. a*-
Petitioner, who** address
looln Road. Miami Itonch.
file the original with the
Win above siyled nun on or
Imiary II, lilt; otherwise a
III 1.....ntered ilKainsl you
rlief demanded in the COItl-
i litioii.
liie shall he puhllsheil one*
for four consecutive weeks
F:\yish Ki.oRinTAX
my hand and the seal of
at .Miami. Florida om ihlx
December, 1973.
[II, I.KATHKItMAN,
[Clerk, I'lrouit Court
id* County. Florida
I.. RjfBBDKK
[As Penuty I'lerk
j'Urt Seal)
If friki>max. Bag.
pi..V ROAD
PACB, FloitmA
Petitioner
II : l/r.-lt-U
:e under fictitious
NAME LAW
IS UF.ltHI'.Y c'.IVKN" that
iuned. desiring to engage in
(under Hi.- flititious name of
|WR at 11 r:T West RKili Street.
PlorHbj. :::i"H intends to reu-
|(d name with ihe CUrh of the
ourl of |):kIo County, Florida.
I'l'.KliA TVBI.aHER
KAPf.vv PORTBR,
r'N" KMNI.V
,r,l K. T.evinj*nn
for AtMdicanl
'2/2!' l/:,-l2-l!'
-E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
is lli:i:i;i:v I1I.VBN thai
signed, lUjsdi Ing i" engage In
.'! the fi,tiii APPRAISERS at Miami.
h tn reglater said name
erk the < 'Ircull Courl of
i-|...',i-,
I: uahx
12 29 I S-1S 19
NOTT.F ric- ji-im
CONSTRUCTICE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
nvil. ACTION NO. 72-259S3
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN" RE: The Marriage ol
|i'SK AN'TOMK) 'irZMAN'.
MARIA Jl'I.IA HI'ZIIA.V.
i>: .i m.ia .iri.iA CI'ZMAN
1 "' Kummlt Avenue
Jerney City, \,.v\ jTraey
Y"l ARE HERE11Y STOTTFTETI
thai :i petition for Dbvobitlon of your
Marriage has been filed ami i-om-
meucrd In ihis court and you are
Hi"- il i" servi- a copy of your writ-
ten defenwea, if any. to It on HAR-
tM |i CEASE. BHQ.. attorney for 1'--
uiion.r. u'hoae addrees is 8720 \V.
Flaglw Street, Miami. FlorlUa, und
the o.;,-i:,i vrMh the ridrk of ih.-
above styled court on or before Pel>. .
S, 1978; otherwise a default will be
enteaed ngahiat -you for the relief
prayed for in the complaint or peti-
tion.
u ttvkss mv hand and the Mai of
sni.1 court nt Miami, Florida on this 21
day of Icf-mher, IS72.
E. II. F.BATHHRMAjV.
as Clark, fircuii Court
Ijo,- County. Flni'ida
l-.v H. M. KISSII.
.\s iicDiiiy Clerk
fflrcull Pourl Swili
HAIM 'I I' CE VHE. EHQ.
T'n Weal Fuurler 8treel
\li;imi Florida 311X5
Attorney for- Pt>i'|l,mer
IS :!' I 5-12-1'.'
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SFRVICE
(NO PROPERTY^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 7? "M770
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MAF.RIAGE
IN UK
AltMIN'Ufl SA.WII I'./
Husband
......
c IXCKPCHIX SAXfHEZ.
Wile
l'i >: ('oncepi'lon Stim hca
\'o. j.. Pi rla del Sur Street
I:, parto Elamiiigo
ItH) union. Puerto Itico "' B19
rOI' ARE lllvltKHI NOTIFIED
in.ii nil act loll for I ii.-soiution of Mr-
rluge lius l.....n filed agalnal you and
you are rcciulreil lo serve H cop> of
your written defenses, il any, to it on
MAX A COI.DFARI', ntlornej lor
i'l-iMi.....r, whose address Is 111 \n i I
Flncler Street, Room 414. Mium
l-'i.....I.i 13130, and fill- ihe original
with the clerk of the above styled
courl on oi- before Jnuuun 12. I973:
otherwise a default "ill !" entered
:.u:iinst you for the rebel demanded
in ihe comnlulnl or net I lion
This notice shall he published once
..oil ni-i-i, for four consecutive "!-
in thi: ,ii"\\ isii i-i.'ii:ii'iA.\.
WJTSliiBarBl in* t..o,l .,i,l h>- e, ..1 ,-i
-ni.l oini mi \ihiini. Florida nil <
lay oi I ..-.inl.cr. 1H72
i: i:. i.i:\tiii:i:max.
As Clerk, rircull Court
Hade County. Florida
By C. P. COPKLAND
As pepui) Clerk
(Clrcull Courl S'mIi
MAX A. Ol 'i DPAHU
Atiurio> for Petitioner
i? <.-\;:.-..'-.".
in the county judges court
in and for dade county,
floridain probate
No. 72-tB3
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In I'K: Ratals of
SA ill 'El. II. tai.jj-:y.
Deceased
To All l!realtor* ami All Persons
Kavlng Clnlnn or Pemands
Against Said Kst'ite:
You ore hereby no.iiied ami require.!
fo presenl an? claims and denuintl
which you may have against the estat.
of SAMVKl, H. TAI.I 1-n. d.-.e:,-.
lie of Ihnle County. Horlda. I" tn*
County ludgea of Bode County, an.
file the same in du'di. at.- and as r..-
vhlud i" S.-ciio,, 783.1H. FIlda_8tat-
Otes, in th.-i, office* ... the >
lounhouse ill Pade County rlon....
B-Itbln six .al.iiih.r months from the
time of the firs' publication hereof, ol
the same will be harred
Bated at Miami. Florldu._ this llth
dirv of l>eceiiilo-r. All. !><-.
M. J. k..im:i..'\vit7.
As Executor
First publication of this notice .
.he ISth day of December, IB.*.
KI.W1X M. c.lXSIMMt.l Ks.iulr.-, of
MYKKS. KAI'I AN. PORTBR.
f.BVINRON KKXIX
Attorney for Bxecvjtor _. .
Suite 3 Miami. Florida 33139 .._.,.,..,,, ;,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
nTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT INAND
FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA.
No. 72-25257
i.N RB: Adoption bv .,,,.
HBdHieRT RA-XI'AI.I. WHBB,
Petitioner. _
NOTICE OF
ADOPTION PROCEEDINGS
Tii: JOE WAl.KKl!
Uoilte :i
peelwiMid. C.eorgia .....
Y..r AUK KKREBY X.iTII-lll
iln, i-.iiiion for Adoption and
ag. of Name for the minor chid
...,,,!;,..,i In the Petit..... has ;;
ii.-d agnlnst you and n..u are renulri
.. serve n "i>v of your .-.n. n 'i;-
.::..: ,f .in,.1, .. on URgX^
MARVIN. Attorm-ya for I eil ,..m
whose ad.lrosa is t.7 ni;i1> > ,
W.-nue. Miami. Florola R31-. "
tb.....-iuinal nflHi the I erk of
il,ve-style.l Courl on or '"' V'.
--.,,, flay of January, 1973: ptherul*e
, tudfrmenl max lie ernered agi.l 1st
''n!':"'o,i,-,. shall be nuldlahed on.-..
., I,..,.i< for i-.ni cnsexutlva week* l
In- .l.-wish Plorblinn. .
UITM'SS MV hand and W
Ja cr. al Miami. Lad- ';<'"
g-mrldn, this llth day of pecemb.t.
'''-' ,.; u i KATHERM >N
Clerk ..I' the Circuit Courl
14} : H .i !>
i i,...in\ Clerk
(Clrcull I ourl Seal) (j |. _
Services Held For
Irving Pietrack. 70
Soi !i for Irving Pietrack, 70.
n well-known local crrnposor, rnu-
sk-ian, and rondtictor were held
last Thursday at Mounl Sinai
Cemetery,
Mr, Pietrack, a'2t'-vear r--; '
"I Miami Beach, died Tuesday
Dec 19.
II WM 8 Pi.'i- ''-! '! v'o'ilrSl
'o ,-ii '*" Story" and "David and
Miriam."
Mr. Pietrack w* the t'o->i--i
-onrlnetor rf M'arrH Pop Or-
chestra ami belons-p-i to the Jev
ish National Furrl. t'.o 7.\ -nU-1 Or-; RICHARDSON
"anizatio'i lihters. u< Musician's Union and
IVrni IVrilh.
Ro is Rurvived by hi-; wnf.- Lilly:
a so- '-''i; a liR'IShtPr I'ste-lio; and
two sisrce<. Hem- and >!>. Estelle
Mace, lvith of Lo; Angeles.
bituaries
COOPER, William I "7, nf I!..... S\V
^Isi Ave lord..ii Int. mi nl Ml
\, l.
GOLDSTEIN. Arthur, ; :. of Xorth
Miami II. in Ii fjii ersfdi
KRAVITZ. .I,,,-.,I. Morn -. of li.1l
Euclid Ave. lior.lon
MARKEL. Iioru, III, of Miami I-
Levitt.
3HOOB. Roliile, .: of Miami,
Lovltl
COMPAIN. Joseph I" -::. of .;;;iiih
Rl Itla'berg.
f Mem
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No 72-60S1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate ol
MAX RACER,
I I. .-.-.-is,.,!.
To All Credit.>rf :in.l Ml !' rwim Hav-
il- .''iiii; >.i ncmuiuls AkhIusI Said
Estate:
Yon are hereby n.d |fi. .I ;i nil :<-
inir -I i" or- -in any clnlin
in mil ivhi.'l i-.ni mn,i In
h. 'ale I MAX II.W'ER. ll-----SCI
ii. of Diidi \ - '< iiiii\ .ludu. nf 11 ol. i 'ounl
Ii ihe si m.
Id. .! Ii He. lion 7 '.'; If., l-'lori.hi SI
Htes. in their '"UnlJ
- ii- I .n-- In rind
IVllblll -i cfl'elllllir .....r.ll-- '.-111 ill
lime f Ihe fir- litlblie
or ih.- same -ill he Imrrnil
PLAGER
Clam >;... of >:'..", Carlyle Ave MR,
n.-.--. Krirlay. She hn.l mad.
her home hen for ih- oust i-'- veare;
coml ir from i on* HroMfh, N M.
l'l:'u.-r win- ., Poet, havlnn hail mnnv
of h.-r mirk- iiuhllshed. She > .
n\. in Ihe I'.oi. Count) Chanter of
llusluesK iiimI ProfesHlonal VV.imen
Bhe is survived by :: sons. Itlebiird
... Miami, Sheldon of I'rbana III..
and SI. phllll of l..-l.;n...... III.. In ,
Krnii.lchil.li.il Services uill lie li-l.l GOLDSTEIN. Abraham,
II' noon Shu hi CfiROOX PI'- t'olllnn Ave. Rlvei-alde
XERAI. lli'MK with interment In HOLLAND1R. Hyninn. C. of 6917
Mi. N'.l.o Cemetery-. In lieu nf l>illin Ave Itlvernlde
flowers donntlons may be made in REIZ. David, 6ft. ol U6 Colllna Ave.
memory to Mi. Sinn! Hospital. nia^i.erii
| utcovitz. Max, ;;. ,,r ioso Michi-
u;in Ave Itlasherfr.
WALDNER. l-r-l.i v.., ,,i u7:;.i c,,l-
, lius Av... Riverside.
Mrs Nnnov. BT, of Treasure Island. I WERNER. Huvenln. 7S. of 7J2S Cur-
MLimi Reach, .Ii.-d Saturday In Ce- lyl.- Ave. Itluehera-.
lurs of l.ehannii Hospital. She was ZLATKIN, Myer. 7S. of 1IS0 llih St
Ix.rn in New York and mo.ed lo Klvershle. Interment ill. Neho.
Miami Reach in IDSx. She and her BROUS. Hose, of Miami Reach
late liushan.l. Alexander, owned Itherside.
Richardson's Furniiur- War-house ; FISHER, flertrude s. 71. of Xorth
and House and Harden Furnllurc Miami Reach, Riverside
stores iii Miami. Mrs Richardson. GOODMAN. Harry. M. of IMtl Jef-
.. m, nil.,-r of Temple ICnianu-Kl is ferson Ave. Rlveralde.
survived hy two sons, Melvln and MAND, Anna. !>. of Miami Cen, h
Stanley; h sister. Mrs. < amllne He- Rlveealde.
Vlcarlis: two brothers, .la. k and kaston, Sadie, US, of 1S3M XB lth
.Morion Low. and four itrandchll- Ave. Cordon
ii.n s-rvices were held Sunday In KREISNER. Harry. 7\ of Miami
the Klveralde Xormnndy |iri\-.- chap- Reach, Riverside,
el. Tlie family retiuests memorials STRAUSS. Pauline 76. of170SW
be s-m io iii.- American Cat
Society.
LIVSHEE. Rernued, ".I., of 17.::.. VE
7'h Ave IMverslde
nerii Ml.-h.ie1, 71. of 1121 Ocean
In. Riverside.
WILDSTEIN. Manuel. 66. nf .'-."l
li mi I ir Riverside,
mid id COHN.c.o; llurlon I'SXIt (Ret.> of
flSim We. i Raj Hal boi I ir l'-
HERZFE' D. .ludlih h">, Rii, i I
Miami Iteii.-l Itlvershl.
KE' LER Josenii, 6", ..1 Ifttti \'E
Inlermcul Mi.
- ml.
Cunly, KI88BN. Esther. Ti. nf 411 X\V lftth
\ v. i ..- a, n Intermenl Ml X. ho.
hereof K'.ETTER. Israel, 63. of HollJ I
II rslde
Ii......1 in Mimni. Klorlda, ihi- 1st MARKS, Mrs Lome M.. 17. of South
la) of |..- -in!...... A l> 11172.
HERMIXE RACER
MIAMI REACH
FIRST XATIOXAI. IIAXK
as c- Executors
Eirst publication ,.t this notice on
ib. da- of I.,-. nil ,i. :ft72.
kii:t WEI.I isch
\'ii-,i-ii.-y lor Rstnti -i
ilAX RAT*KR, Dec.
'.i7 Vlmerin A\*-nn-
'oral Cables, l-'la. .-:'.':',4
". H-l5-22-29
, i menl Ml.
7". of 1520
i ni-ni Mt.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\i.Tici-; is HRRKilV tllVKN llitil
Hie uuderxlRiied, deslrinu to enRtiK'' In
bus'uexs uii.l-r the fictitious name of
CAItCEIi o.MI'ANY al 2116 X.W
, l::ili Avenue, Miami. I'la. intend lo
---isi-r said name with Ihe clerk of
Ihe Clrcull Conn of Rude County,
I'loll.l.l.
Riicco A CKRTO
IIHTTY c. I'KKTi.
I MIS PAKI.ATt.
THI-'.I MA PARI.A P' '
RAXTER & l-'l:IKl>MAX
Attorneys for aoDlicutitH
1x75 x.K. IHJrd Si
X. -Miami Bench. Klu.
12 -'! I 5-IS-lll
IN THE COUNTY FUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
Ne. 7?.S0ir
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'n RE: Relate of
KSTHER K, i:i>si-:\stki.\'
jBceaae.1.
To All ('i-edilors and All I'ersons Hav-
Miami lliv.-side. In
Who.
RUBIN. Julius (Jui kl
Crblno. lior.lon. lute
Xehn.
COHEN. David, 'i.'.. of ifiO Lincoln
IUI lior.lon.
HARRISON. Milton ..'.. 71'. of >i!".a
Indian Creek Dr. lllufherK
HORWITZ. Ilyinan I. ~*. of 821
EUcllll Ave. I'.la Shell;.
KELNER. Jennie, KS, of HI 8Snd
Ti r RlasbrTK.
NASHALSKY, Itobert. 71. of U" ISth
Si. Riverside.
RABIN.OWITZ. Sadie, 7t. ol WM1
I'-iin: \ IvhiiIh Ave, RIhsIh nt.
SUGIN. OScar, 77, of 1120 Collins
Ave lila-heru.
YOLLES. Morris A 7s. of J21H NE
, "I'lh (?t. Itiv.-rslde.
feinstein. Morris, 7^- Riverside.
hitermrnl Ml. Xebo
BARR. Samuel, 67, of Kklake Hardens
Xorth Mlnmi Reach. Levitt.
ERLICH. .Morris. SO, of ill- EUCllel
Ave. Cordon.
FURMAN. Abraham M.. 7". of 11:0-
Iniidn'e. Itiv.-rsi.le.
LEVITT, Morris ll.rnar.l. 50, ol MM
i s\V sih St. iioi.ion. Interment Mt.
Sinai.
LIPSKY. Julius, !. of North Miami
]:-a.h Riverside.
1 robbins. Vern .. 51, of Mlrnmnr.
Itiv.-r-ide Intermenl Ml. Sinui.
iROTTA. David, St. of loss N>\-'"
i sV.^Ne'waiian. iu'eim.-nl Ml. Neho.
I STOROB. Paul, 47. of t^.7 NK Stth
| St. (iordon.
CARP, ilu-s.e. ^4. of 505 ISth St.
Ne. man.
EISENBERG. Kva. 7S. "I 123 Wash-
Inirron Ave. itlveryide.
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,,rrr^^/ElnA'M ALTMAN.,,-^;... of)........
Estate: : ____',____________h___
jTiMJ are horell) notified and re-
Uired lo pre-eiil any claims and de- |
mi.hi.Is which you may have a-ainsi
., e-,Mi^ of ESTMKlt K. R081SN- .
4TKIN. deceased late of l.ade (oun- ,
v l-'lorl-la, io me County Judires of
Dad- County, and file the same ..,
duplicate and as provided in Section .
! 7.13 Iii Florida Statutes, In their of-
flees In ihe County Courthouae In I
: nail- Couniv. Florida, within six cab
.ndlir months froin the time of tin
,-ii-M publication hei.....f. or the same
^W^Tita-l. Plorldre. -his is.
,b,vof l.e.-enil.cr. Al- .
MIR ROSEXRTEIX
HERMAN K'AHN
\^ hi Kw utors
Firsl publi.-i.ti. i at tins notice on
be dav of December, 19*-.
ICIRT WKl.l.lSCll
Vttorne) for Esiate _"'
KSTHKi: K ROSICNSTKLN
67 \lm-ria Avenue
rural Ruble*, Klu.i.la IV ,_,-.;,;...,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
12th Si. lior.lon Interment Mt.
Xebo
ZAHLER. I nuls, >t. of Miami Reach.
Itlverslde I"... rnv "' Mt. S' I
BUNDSCHUM, .li:,ii 71, .Mil 1321
I'.-ini-i Ivii ni.i Ave Itb'ei side
COHEN. Jacob II -1. I. Icenn
lir. Riverside.
GOLDBERG. Pen y. 62. ci I Ocean
I).- Itiverni.le,
GREEN, Max. 63, of ft!i55 Collln \\,
X> m 11
SHER, Morris, 76 I5li'"i ,\\V 7th
\v- !:iv. ruble I M I X. ho.
SILBER, llni r\ lll M.-rl.
Ave, III) rsi.le
SUCHOFF. Joseph, RS, of I16n ftSth
Si Newman.
G0TTLIE3. MUl in) 7:1 '' NE
I till Ave I -\ Itl
GOLDING. Dn\ il Ha) Dr
lior.lon.
HOFFMAN. Bnmuel I 71, of Holly-
w ...,| Riverside
KFANE. Js. ...i II .'". of Phoi IliX
Cordon. Interment Star ol David.
Xebo
KAUFMAN. Michael. 7::. nf Miami
Bench, Riverside Intermenl Mt.
Mis.lS.Ein, Hyman, 67, of Miami
Reach, Rlveislde. Interment Mt.
S'nnl
NEWMARK. Znlmnii M :!: of l-'""
s\\ .'.isi St. Cordon, Intermenl Star
of David.
ROMAN, c-o-.min. s7. of Miami
ll-acli. X-wman.
SHATZ. I'.-sso-. 72. of Minml Reach,
Riverside, Interment Mt. Sinai
STERNBERG. Iluv. 71. nf .'.iiami
Itlverslde.
BUKSTEL. Mary, -I, of 1341 Drexel
Av.-. Itiv.-'-si.I.-
KLEIN. Clara. 77. ol .Miami Reach.
X. H man
STAMBUL. Charles, 6i>, of 4i;:. i.-.an
Hr. Riverside,
BALSAM, Max of Miami Bench
l.-vitl.
COLE. Mrs. Vvelle. '.7. of 132211 Mi
ISth Ave l.evilt
GOLDWYN. Charlotte S nf Miami
Reach. Riverside
TAFFEL. louls. ";. I!i\ el-side.
TONELSON. Archie A 72, of New
Horizons l^jvltt.
BROWN. Anna S. of 4710 Pine Tn-e
fir. Riverside
keller. Stanley .'.. 74, 01 -.'.vt < 01-
llns Ave. I'.versi.le.
BECK, Ren. Ii:>. of Ray Harbor Island.
Riverside.
BELFER. Mildred, ". of Miami
Reach. Riverside. Interment Mt.
Sinai.
DWORETZKY, Samuel M Bl, of
Miami U.-acP. Riverside.
FEINBERG. Martin M.. M. of North
Miami Reach U-vilt.
NOT1CK IS lll'.RKRV CIM..N hat
tin un.l.rsifc'i.cd. desir.iu; to i-.i-im
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Mm hi. I'.-ck.-inian
MIOI'liel for a..Ola ants
Dtp;, R.W, ::.-.l Avenue |...... ^ ( ._ _(.,
GELB
MONUMEN13 INC.
Open Every Dor Oiled Sbolll
40 SW 57th Ave MO 1-8583
Miami's Only Stricli, Jew.th
Monument Otoler
Palmer's
Miami Mcnument Cempnny
3279 S.W. M Until mammA
444-OWI 444-OT2J
Closed On The Sabbrlh
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Friday, December 29, l{
HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE!
qn, ON TWO
SAVE 30 pkgs
COPELANDS ALL MEAT12-OZ. PKG^
WIENERS
SAVE 50' ON TWO PKGS.
AMERICAN KOSHER
FRANKS or
ICNOCSCSp^
FOOD
LIMIT 2 PKGS. EITHER BRAND,
PLEASE, WITH OTHER
PURCHASES OF '5 OR. NORE
EXCLUDING CIGARET1ES_
ALL FLAVORS RITZ LOW CALORIE OR REGULAR
PANTRY PRIDE
Sodas
80% PEANUTS
PANTRY PRIDt
10'canzs99c
58c
1 LB
,BAG
Hygrade Mixed Nuts..........!c2f" 59 Potato Chips.................
TOP QUALITY INDIAN RIVER SEEDLESS
Grapefruit 5 fos 49c
lOPOUAlirv JUICV TOP OUAIIIY FtORIDA Mi%C
D'Anjou Pears 3 *1 Juice Oranges 10 49c
fr^a Sp**U save TV
JACQUES BOHET
DEL MONTE
Champagne TOMATO
JUICE
FIFTH
BCTTLE
wt*x\
.,. PLEASE WITH. OTHER PURCHASES
UNE BTL.. ***' ilin.Mft CIGARETTES.
46-OZ.
CAN
OF
$7 OR MORE EXCLUDING O
IfvMT 2 CAN
S PLEASE WITH
OTHER PURCHASES
OF S7
OR MORE EXCLUP-N
O CIGARETTES^
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 12'-ALL FLAVORS
BORDENS
Yogurt
VITA ^^
.3 ^ 69
8-OZ.
CUPS
SAVE 10c- MRS FILBERTS
Creamed Herring................JAR 73 Soft Margarine..........faJlvbowl 39'
DELICIOUS p|NT All FLAVORS
Master's Sour Cream container 39 Master's Dips
8-OZ.
CUP
39
NESCAFE
INSTANT
COFFEE
10-OZ.
JAR |
.c ,. PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
f^L Sfi**Ut*M 28< ON 2 BOXE!
FOOD FAIR
SAUINES
1-LB.
BOX
TH OTHER PURCHASES
, S*S ^EXCLUDING C.GARETTEV
UMIT 2 "OXES. MMIW
Se** /tyjtdty* Tkjd TVwUniul SaJUd Arrinzns avail a m oniy ai irons wiim Mtvici couNiiat
All LUNCH MCATS SHOD IO YOUI CHOI*
MAOI WIIM full VIGITAILI SMOIUNING
IN OU OWN MOOIIN lAKflr

ROAST BEEF Split Top Bread
I Ij | SAVE 80 LB. OLD ^M 4 fc
^W%9 FASHION ^L^m
... m lu All WHITE MEAT HAif n0 SAVE 6c -- PANTRY PRIDE
Turkey Roll..........................lb 98 Orange Chiffon Bar.......
MEDIUM
OR
RARE
C SAVE 6
20-OZ.
LOAF
SAVE 80c LB All WHITE MEAT _____ _._. SAVE 6c PANTRY PRIDE
'S? 39'
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. NONE SOLO TO DEALERS. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUN.,DEC. 31st
AT ALL FOOD FAIR & FREDERICKS STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS.
ALL FOOD FAIR MARKETS
WILL BE OPEN FOR
YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31st
9 a.m. ftil 4 p.m.
CLOSED
NEW YEARS DAY
I itaSwta I SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
BL.jf YOURS WITH EVERY PURCHASE!
TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
CHUCK ROAST
I
MASTER'S DELICIOUS STERILE
EGG NOG
QUART
CONTAINER
SAVE 16'- FLO-SUN
Orange Juice
QUART
CONTAINERS
FRESHLY SLICED
Halibut Steaks
SAVE 40' ON 2-6 PACKS-REFRESHING
Busch Bavarian
12-OZ.
NO RETURN
BOTTLES
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