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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 5, 1973

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 5, 1973

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02292

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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HAMKY A. (HAP) UVY NAMED CHAIRMAN FOR SECOND CONSECUTIVE YEAH
1973 Federation Campaign Goal $15 Million
Harry A. Ulapi Levy, Miami
iii hotel owner, '.and developer
! builder, has been named chair-
the 1973 Combined Jewish
>al-Israel Emergency Fund
i of the Greater Miami
trish Federation tor the second
n a row.
h : Hap's lea lershlp last
CJA-IEF can Ign led
th \- rica's i Ish communi-
percenta : : campaign in-
ivi r 1971," said Robert Rus-
K, ration president, who
idi> the annou: t of the
Levy appointment. "In 1972. the
CJA-IEF drive raised almost S'9
million in Greater Miami, th.- fifth
largest Jewish community in the
United States,
"Hap ha for years given out-
standing and devoted service to
the community; as ar. officer of
Federation, a member of the Fed-
eration'.- board of directors, presi-
dent of the American Friends ,>f
Hebrew University, a member of
the Board of Temple Emanu-EI
and as a m -n b ol the Unh l
Jewish Appeal's Young Leadership
Cabinet," Mr. Russell continu-sl.
At a special joint session of Fed-
eration's hoard of directors, the
recommendation of Mr. Lev} and
the Campaign Steering Committee
for a 1973 goal of $15 million was
unanimously accept'-!
Mr. Levy expressed confidence
that th'> Jewish community of
Greater Miami will meet its re-
sponsibiUties. "When Robert Rus-
sell accepted his second term .,.
Federation's president," he de-
clared "he renewed hi- pledge to
n i ntain a strong Jewish commu-
nity here at home and to hold out
our hand to Jews in need wherevr
they might he I join in that pie i
in the face of the greatest chal-
lenges "liii have ever faced world
Jewry.
"The Jewish community of
Greater Miami is now the fastest
growing Jewish community out-
. le ol Israel Mr. Levy contini I
"We must :." t the social welfa e
no ol our people h re at home
and continue providing support I i
ir n iti trial and overseas agi n
'Our local agencies now have
on-going programs tailored to th"
ial needs of the aged, a:-, t
ill I youth and families In ci -
-i-. but a- the communitj gnro
so do the problems. Our campaign
must and will grow to keep pa
with these challenges both for to-
day and for tomorrow.''
Federation i> the central ad-
ministrative, fund-raising
in and planning a ?< ncy ( r rru i
than 50 local national and o\
as social we far agen s. These
Continued On Page 8-A
"dfewish Floridlian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
iume J6 Number 1
Miami. Florida -- Friday, January 5, 1973
Two Sec:ions
Price 25 cents
Thailand Officials Lauded 3rd African State Severs
For Handling Of Incident
Relations With Israel
JKRl'SALEM (JTA) Israel
Deatedly praised Thailand of-
,ials over the weekend for
.ir handling ot th..- incident in
liich lour Arab terrorists
: ed the Israel Fmbassy in
hailand last Thursday and held
. Israeli hostages for 19 hours
fore being persuaded to re-
ise tl hostages unharmed.
Ttk'h' ah win* somr rather
ithand appreciation for the
s..\ptian envoy in Thailand.
luataffa 11 Maill. i>ut Israeli
vieials were obviously con-
HBed as to how to reiu-t to the
syptlaa i>nvo>' unexpected
flpfulaaas,
i>.< formal Israeli tone was
by President Zalman Shazar
al le to Thailand's King,
irlng that "by a combina-
atience, good judgment
:: : mness, youi
ties averted what might
in lisaster of
chin im li iti >ns."
I'remier (ioida Melr eaMed
mier Thanor Kit tikachorn
|rrsonall) to express her deep-
' appreciation, saying, "I know
>u yonrsell played a derisive
le in the signal achievement
"'I We are met ilecplv grateful
N Oil."
ign Minister Abba Kban
i radio interviewer that the
Egyptian envoy had been one
among several factors' which
had brought abmit the successful
conclusion. Kban contrasted
Essawt's mediation efforts with
Egypt's flat refusal to n-lp V. est
Oermanv aunng the hectic hours
in Munich which ended last
Sept. :> m the slaying of n
Israeli Olympic athletes
However. Foreign Ministry
officials retrained from endors-
ll>K the more outHpoken ;ir u-e
tor Ks-.mi from Israel's envoy
to Cambodia, Shimon Avimor;
who had hern one of the sl\
hoHtaRet*.
The comments of Israel's en-
voy to Thailand. Rehsvim Amir.
we ins li red "most appropri-
ate." Amir said Essawi's be-
havioi was 'thoroughly proper
and befitting i li m il
Israel's un-ertaln res|K>nte to
Eaanwt'a mediation stemmed
from the fact that until last
week. Cairo Intelligence was
known to he in !. contact
with the Black September group,
of which the terrorists at Bang-
kok claimed to !> members.
Meanwhl e, an Investigation
has been started into the security
aspects of the case, Sources in
Jerusalem said today that Israel
intends to reappraise security
arrangements at its Embassies
in the wake of the Bangkok
incident. Aharon Yarn, the
Prime Minister's intelligence
advisor, who flew to Bangkok
last week, will report to the
government on h:s return.
The Lebanese newspaper, Al
Moharvr. reported that the four
Palestinians who occupied the
Israeli Embamty will he referred
to a "Palestinian guerrilla court
for violating instriu ti..n- to blow
up the Hmlu.\ with all its
occupants."
The paper, which has cl e
connections with Palestinian
terrorist organizations, said the
four will he t:ied as soon as they
return to their base It di 1 not
sav where the base was
JERUSALEM (JTAi -Gov-
ernment sources expressed sur-
prise over the break in diplo-
matic relations with Israel by
Brazaville-Congo thus week and
said they could think of no ap-
parent reason for the sudden
move announced in Brazaville.
Bruzaville-Congo Is the third
African state to sever relation*
with Israel In recent months..
The others are Chad ud
Uganda.
Israeli officials, asked to com-
ment on the apparent wave if
anti-Israel feeling in Black
African nations, said they wei -
"ol course, not pleased by this
development but it doesn't
worry us." They attributed the
breaks : i a "growing tad
zation" in some African quar-
ters and to "stepped up" propa-
ganda efforts by Libya and
Saudi Arabia.
Uganda broke ties with Israel
last September after President
Idi Amin's visit to Libya. Chad
severed relations last month
following a visit by King Saint
of Saudi Arabia to that country.
Israel announced last week
that it was replacing its am-
bassador in Brazaville C >ng >
with a non-resident charges
d'affaires and was also closing
its Embassy .n Niger The down-
grading was attributed by For-
eign Ministry sources here >
budget ts and "a general re-
appraisal if our relations in
Africa and around the w
2 More Jews Arrested In Spy Ring Case
Jewish Losses In Managua
Estimated At $2-$3 Million
NEW YORK There were no
aths among the several hun-
: Jews living m Managua.
Bragua, during the recent
ake, although their syn-
ii destroyed along with
f their possessions, the
an Jewish Committee re-
nted,
Sergio Nudelstejer. director of
he < omndttee'n Mexican Office.
f'onned the national he*ul-
?"rters here that a Jewish
[''r.,| Amerie.in delegation
"it to Nicaragua to assist
P'ke victims. Israel him also
nt aansttiimn to the homeless
rud Injured.
U-onanio Hellenberg. Mcre-
Jry of the Jewish community in
tanagua. estimateti Jewish
""sses from the earthquake that
devastate', that city at S2-$3
mill.on. Hellenberg, who was
visiting relatives said Managua's
40 Jewish families escaped seri-
ous injury but lost all their
property.
Some Were insured but others
were totally iinin>uns:l. Mr.
HeUenberg said. He estimated
that !t would take at least eight
months to rebuild Jewish com-
DMinltj structures Including the
synagogue which w:us levelled.
Mr. Hellenberg told the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency that he
narrowly i scaped death when the
earthquake destroyed his home
in Managua shortly after mid-
night Dec. 23. He said M i-
nagua's Jews have taken tem-
porary refuge in San Jose. Costa
Rica, and Miami.
TEL AVIV .JTA' I ine of
the two additional Israeli Jews
. lined last week in connection
with the unc ivering ol an Ai i
J -..-h soy rmg has been
.:.'; I as Ram Livneh "t Tel
Aviv, 27. son of the :'. I
member of the Knesset, Avra-
h tm Levenbrum, The second
u is Yehoshua Lerman. 22,
known as "Mali." a new immi-
grant from Argentina.
The news of th- arrest of a
Knesset member's son caued
anxiety in leftist circle* in Israel,
particularly among the K.ik.ii
members. Melr WUner, a
Knetutet member who returned
l'rnla> from the Soviet Union,
said that I.lvneh was a known
member of Matzpen. a small
ultra -lettist Israeli group, and
did not see aye to eye with his
father.
Police sources said neither
Livneh nor Lerman was directly
connected with the main g:
i called the Adh gr tup for '
Aiii\ one of the tour !-:
Jews seized in the initial round-
up tlong with 35 Arabs, in what
authorities sal I was i Syri in-
directed espionage ring), but a
special messenger of the Syrian
intelligence bureau had com.- t)
visit livneh and Lerman and
suggested they join the "revo-
lutionary movement" to "oust
the Zionist conquering forces
from Palestine."
According to police sources,
both Lerman and Uvneb, mem-
I en ol a taetion whieh split
from Matzpen, rejected the sug-
gestion but the, did not inform
Isr tell authorities about the
. ontaet, an offense in Itself.
Police were aware ol that meet-
ing but the two were not im-
mediateh detained in the ho|ic
that the S> rlan contact might
try another meeting.
Both hail been under constant
ince sin the arrest
'. ered efi -. ing ,-\- misl -
I the SI lents for : tern-
i crati 5 ietj while in tn
L'nited States and later ;. I
Mat pen bi i i > he though)
un t i- Zionist pro Trotsk/ist
splinter group was too coi
ative,
The two denied all chai
during internigation. contend-
ing they did not know the man
they met was a Syrian lgenr
Supreme Court
Decision Hailed
The Supreme Court's ruling u;v
holding a lower court decision
against compulsory chas>ei attend-
ance at the nation's military serv-
ice icademies ha- been hailed bj
the American Jewish Congress
as "a significant victory for
our country's \ita! tradition- of
religious freedom an i church-si it
separati m
The Congress together with 12
other organizations comprising the
Joint Advisor} Committee ot the
.-synagogue Council of America
and the National Jewish Commu-
nity Relations Advisory Council,
had filed a friend-of-the-court brief
in I.aird v. Anderson in 1970. wh >n
the case came before the U 5
Circuit Court of Appeals in W i
Ington, ni".
That court ruled earlier ir.
year that West Point. Annapolis
and the Air Force Academy cou I
not constitutionally compel cadets
to attend religious services
Leo Pfeffer special counsel of
the Congress who wrote the a -
brief for the 13 Jewish organi-
zations said the Supreme ( .
ruling was "consistent with Amer-
ican tradition against compulsory
church attendance, one of the
practices of establishment which
the First Amendment was written
to forbid,"


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vjmisl' fkriJiir
Friday. January 5, iyJ
Mount Sinai's Interest Subsidy
Application Approved By HEW
Mount Stnal Medical Center of
Greatei Miami has received final
approval from the I'. S. Depart-
tiw?nt <>i Health. Education and
Welfare for the S10.000.000 Hill-
Burton Interest Loan Subsidy, ap-
,)lic d loi last AUgUSt.
The funds, which guarantee pii-
vhte lenden financing the meil-
Yeshiva University
Founder's History
Published By JPS
Th. life ol i Tabnudic scholar,
who had to chouse between saviny
his family'* foundering Tulsa oil
interests and a beleaguered Lowi
Easl Side yeshiva, is told In the
first biography ot Dr. Bernard
R'\ I founder and first president
>: v shiva College.
Th( tn-t full-length study of
Dr. Revel, written by 1>: Aaron
Rothkofi revtals plans of the Ye-
shiva to .l-i with the Jewish
i i 'a! So ninarj opposition to
idea n! r li eral ivt o
ndi y .1 v.. the I* artbn
" ustral ons o! th< ; pat tmenl
w -. h neat lj finis h .; the s hool. |
R ithl ed \ i tor> to
- institution trom total col-
' i
r i< -'. rti tails fhc effori ol
Dr. R I nlng not only
thi bud'. na i- t :i Ion Int' n
"i I n iov n. ,' ication and re-
i h centei ;';:t also hi- ii::lu-1
,-,.,. .-,,,1 ns An n I
highly educati i. English speaking
-i holat .-< -it spi itual leaders for I
th. nation's growing Jewish com-
mi'tiitj
ed b; the Jewi-'i Publi-
So t> "i An ". !ca, the
-i I i- the result ol th< explora-
ii >i n! rr p than 100,1 I I do :u-
r 1 first
th thi university's
1' '.'. '"': archi -
'''<'' IV.
i h at
Y. -'
leal center's current $33 million
expansion project, come in the
form of an interest subsidy i>!
three per cent per annum. Prioi
10 final approval. Mount S rial's
application was accepted according
to guidelines set forth by both
(he state HEW office in Tallahas-
see and the regional bureau in
Atlanta.
Mount Sinai's "long ranee plan-
nine program project." initiated
in 1963 and revised in 1971, con-
The Marlbel Blum Medleal
Buildine. The eight-storj structure
will provide st; rnon beds to the
already existing 638 an I provid
extensive ancillary services Spe-
cial facilities for the treatrm "t ol
:cute illnesses, with particular em-
phasis on cancer, pulmonary and
coronary diseases, will also be in-
cluded
The Orovlti Emergency and
RadJotogs PaviUon. The pavilion
.\ill provide extensive emei
.services with eieht examining
i formed with HKVV requirements
las a medcal institution which |>er-; IO((ms, around-the-clock emer-
jlorms large amounts of free in- Uoncv s,.ltion stafted by physi-
: dieent work and as an excellent oians" an(1 L,0 radiology examining
(research facility. It also met re- | nx)nB Ullh s,..,ll:lt,. suite, in
Iqwirements in its performance of angiogmphy, urology, fluoroscopy,
; various chatitable and educational iIlt,ur,)1()i,v !,., many others.
endeavors without measurable fed- I _..,'.. t ., ... uk
... i The Fred i. Asrtier Allied Health
iial assistance. ., ,. _.. ,,
< araen itiiiliiniu. his buildine
The 1970 Hill-Burton Law, in h,,.^ ,, health careeis program
part, guarantees loans to private, Uhich enables students to matricu-
t.on-pnvate hospitals to construct \ |ate ,n tne paramedical prof, ssions
oi modernize facilities. Mount ,inner the auspices ol
Sinai was one ol the first medical j .. College At the sa me. !
msUtutions in the country to apply ,he ........ receive
for the -loan guarantee with in- ...... s .
terest subsidy."
We .ii- confident that our med- -,,.,, Si Centei
ical center met fina ....
ausc ol our capacity to provi le v. .. nilustiia
s'Tvlces n.....led bj an expan.linc th,
commupnity." rema
' in Aw
ign u-chi
. -..-,
and -. ists a\a
Sinai's [Executive Vice President
Samiie
ciall..' in the vital nt
car.', research and education
Mount Sinai's new facilities are: fai ilil
The Anna and I.ouis Hand Medl- "'
vaA Cyelotroii Complex. The facility J medii with ai
houses the fifth and by far mosl
powerful Medical Cyclotron in the
world and a complete Department
i 1 Nuclear Medicine. The Medical
Cyclotron manufactures radio-
active materials (radio-isotopes i
used in diagnosing diseases and
lesions in the human bodj Th
tW v ice .ii Mount Sinai will si
;dl of the Southeastern I': I i
Elates and Latin Amet ii a
ultimate powei ol 9.0.10 toi
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Page 3-A
B'nai B'rith Joins In Mass
Pre-Ketirement Experiment
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rASHlNGT( IN An innova-
program of pre-retirement
ining the first such experi-
31 on a man fcsi is beinj
krtaken by B'nai B'rith in a
\\ venture with the National
Jneil on the Aging.
He project, adopted by B'nai
- board of governors at its
jul meeting ben, is intended
lei t midle-aged persons to
\V. a'i'l plan realistically for
retirement years.
ibody in his fifties think- he's
' said I>a\ Id M Blumbi rg,
I )t if B'nai B'rith. in out-
tc the project. "Most middle-
peesons Jews !)c less than
:s : e imp< nding prob-
arid find th- msi
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the Cl .rich.'- Mr.
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a len e I tl ttil
. i I ems c f ,.,:.... ai
in aim| ..'. is lift
I i and li nge> ity men a>
["rile olden person has to plan
ometco Collects
it'ins For Quake
'icliins* Relief
tco Enter] i ises is
I eat:es in I >ad< and Brow-
nties as drop-off stations
igua relii f. TTiey are
pie to bring can oj em
itensils and i anni d fi i
i theatres, i towevei
ase. What is ne< ded
items and everyone i an
tril ution and shi] i
been an angi d.
ial children's
be held Saturday. Jan
' 10 a.m. at tin Carlyk
In Miracle. Tower. Palm
j 163rd St., Plaza and
Jeway theatres. Adm ssion ti
-how is any c n of the abovt -
Mi dents no cash will be
ted,
r'ometeo Theatres is urging
ryi n< to bring what they can.
help give relief to Managua.
(wroyal, a division of Wometeo
irises, is shipping bottled
r.
kn of the supplies mentioned
be needed by the people of
nagua for at least the next
Pe months. Distribution will be
by the Catholic Service
iau and Relief Fund, which is
only American relief agency
[king the aiea. In charge of tht
tau tor ihe Miami aria is
ifer John Nevins. The supplies
U distributed to all persons
peed regardless of race, creed
polor,
ne immediate di ma no for can
fiers and cooking utensils was
'hat has been overlooked
food arriving, the various
"' ations distributing have
.' to open the canned food,
utensils to cook with, needed
|bsi .us badly as the food.
I ne program at Wometco En-
Prises is being coordinated by
entire theatre division under
direction of Tom Klefante
eral manager of Florida The-
- w,ih the aid oi chuck Zink
Manolo h< y< s, ol YVTYJ
4 TV.
for himself." Mr. Blumberg V-
lared, "or someone els as >
ommon th.se ,....- foi i .
.ho allow theirs- ves t< c:., .. d
ind ruled will do the plannir..
lor him."
The B'nai B'rith leacei antic.-
ated that the initial siagi ol the
iroject will invoke several thou-
sands ol B'nai B'rith members in
pre-retirement planning sessions
conducted by specialists "I the
ouncil, which maintains facilitie.
,n 10 regional areas covering the
country.
He quoti d *' e Council on tl e
m ffect veness ol ;:<-; ackaged"
n firemen! ns that reb on
'categi ical ad' i< e n pamphli ts
and <' i ; i ..she.; materials
niques said an
. resjionsivi
r.e. Is and I attrai I ai
1 i he's fai i ti fa a i
the r< ty that hi een
ind n the si
the pio.iect as
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s sup;
elderly, and financial planning foi
I retirement.
An almost total lack of such
i lanning by inteligent and other-
wise resourceful Jewish couples in
' leir fifties was disclosed by Mrs
Lily Edelman. B'nai B'rith pro-
gram director, who will oversee
j the pre-ret:rement reject.
Mrs. Edelman reported on a
"pilot workshop" held last month
at a New Jersey conference centei
: in which a well-educated group
nostly teachers, merchants and
professional men earning from
S12.000 to $50,000 a year, and
lh ir wivi participated. The
i\ rage age was 55, They dis-
covered for themselves that few
among them had given any hard
t to the retirement that
'ould si :, I e imposed on them,"
in sai I.
i fi none of the
n> realistic notion
'he so i retiremen
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men, have struggled to persuade this giant Japanese
tirm toestablish trade with Israel. And even though
other Japanese companies have defied Arab boycott
threats without ill effects, Japan Air Lines continues to
deal with the Arabs yet refuses to deal with Israel. It
refuses, also, to recommend that its government open
negotiations with the Israeli government for a landing
rights treaty, the customary procedure in matters of
this kind.
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Volume 46
Friday, January 5, 1973
Truman's Memory A Blessing
Harry Truman was a political man, but it was his in-
stinct for the humanitarian act, rather than the politically
practical, which has established his distinguished place
in American and world history and a special one in the
millenial story of the Jewish people.
His stubborn insistence upon the establishment of the
State of Israel, as a haven for Jews who had escaped the
Hitler holocaust, in opposition to the advice of his own
State Department and our World War II British allies, was
part of the makeup of the man who fostered the Marshall
Plan which provided for the economic rehabilitation of a
world in distress following five years of destructive war.
It was the kind of instinct which launched the civil rights
movement and turned almost certain defeat into victory
for himself in the presidential election of 1948.
As Dean Acheson has related, Harry Truman felt a
"moral and emotional" obligation to the Jewish refugees
which was unique among the world leaders of his day
and it is for this quality that his memory will be for a bless-
ing as long as the Jewish people survive.
II. N.'s Character Revealed
The failure of the United Nations General Assembly
to take any action against terrorism in its recently con-
cluded session caused U.S. Ambassador George Bush to
question whether the world body "has the ability to re-
spond to the needs of mankind."
One has long given up any hope of the United Na-
tions, as presently constituted, rising to the early hopes of
it becoming an international body of any worthy stature.
But its resolution creating a 40-state study of the root causes
of terrorism revealed its character as an organization which
can make no claim to represent international law and
morality.
The Israel ambassador, who joined with Britain, Can-
ada Italy, Japan and the United States among the 35
minority states which opposed the weak resolution, prop-
erly labeled the U.N. handling of the problem as one of
"failure, frustration and futility."
Growth Shows Parents' Interest
The heightened interest in the Jewish day school move-
ment is evidenced by the fact that 1,500 persons are ex-
pected to attend Sunday night's dinner on behalf of the
Scholarship Fund of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy.
The growth of the school, which began with six stu-
dents just 25 years ago, and has grown to more than 800
enrolled today, is a significant indication of the desire of
many parents for the intensive program of Jewish educa-
tion offered by the Hebrew Academy which, by its strength,
has shown the way to the other day schools which have
been founded here in recent years.
Sunday night's dinner will be a tribute to Rabbi and
Mrs. Alexander S. Gross, whose dedicated leadership have
been primarily responsible for the success of the Hebrew
Academy.
Threat Has Not Been Ended
The destruction of European Jewry is often a line or
two in American history books dealing with the events of
World War IT. It is encouraging, therefore, that a new
generation of college students has decided to make its
own study during a six-week travel seminar in the docu-
mentation centers and concentration camps of Europe.
Probably the most important product of the seminar
will be the preparation by the students of course material
that will be offered to other colleges, to high schools and
with religious schools of different denominations. It is im-
portant that Americans of ell creeds know the storv oi
the holocaust, for the three! of le has not been endd
in the world.
by JOSEPH ALSOP
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COMMENT
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The gigantic campaign to
make America safe for funda-
mentalist Christianity is under
way In this new year. I would
say that fears that some Jews
will succumb to its lure are not
well-founded, basing my belief
on the fact that Key 73" Ls the
way of life of President Nixon
and his spiritual advisor, Billy
Graham, and it is not the way of
all but a handful of Jews.
IT IS not surprising that they
finished one-two in the annual
nonsense of picking America's
most admired men. This is a
Christian nation and one would
have to search long to find two
better men to represent the
particular kind of Christian
emphasis that will be abroad in
our land under the impetus of
Key 73."
Especially appropriate is it
at this time of the year when
the spirit of the Prince of Peace
i was to have permeated our lives
In that spirit, one must recall
1 those noble Crusaders wielding
their swords to bring the mes-
sage to the unconverted. We
remember the Inquisitors who
1 lighted fires under jieople in the
name of that faith. And. in the
time of many of as, there was
Guernica in Spain, the first city
to l>e homlied from thr air to
protect the True Church.
As Evangelist Graham, our
s.cond most admired man, wrote
In the Miami Herald on the
day of the Nativity, 'Thr need
of the world is Christian com-
passion and concern", to which
e said "amen" as
bombing
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BEMI UBI R

\>w i'orkrr car-
'""Ti I k. \ vm's no dope
H the people wanted moral
leadership, he'd give them m
leadership" Ami it is the kind
of moral leadership he offers
which few Jews can accept
But there are other Christians
and I had planned to t>e with
them Protestants and Cath-
olics in Washington on Wed-
nesday and Thursday of this
week. With other Jews who were
scheduled to be there. I agree
with the call for the national
Religious Convocation for Peace
that labels The intensified war
in Indochina an unspeakable
assault U|x>n this season's mes-
sage of |>eace on earth."
MANY OF us have marched
before, and sicken before, and
many are weary but. as the
Pastoral letter issued by an
interfaith group of 41 religious
leaders put it, "We can not
permit our weariness to abet the
continued course of wickedness,
What we must do now. we have
done before," und that is to con-
tinue to |.et.tion the government
m direct confrontation to put an
less destruction of a small,
peasant nation Not in self-
defense, not for territorial or
material gain but. as Nixon's
press secretarj said one day, we
are bombing North Vietnam
back to th. stone age to "in
that the North Vietnamese com-
prehend the extent ol h
1 :1 'hi .....| lnjs
','."';' '' mem in
X;' '""v '" till in doubt I-.
the v-.e,
in I
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bv EDWARD COHEN
' ......tai > si use
. As Americans we
s ihmit to the Inevitah
this madness; we refusi
lieve that peace is the pi
of those who make wai *<
refuse, in short, to accept
fabric of deceit and am
with which our go> en
would cloak the evasion ol its
duty to sign the understanding
agreed to in October."
THERE IS prop.'i
with the nation's value system,
but not always in the Nixon
style. The concept of the Pres-
ident putting on a r. iip-'
cloak disturbs many.
Prof. Robert Bellah *"
authority on the sociology ol '<-
ligion at the Institute for Ad-
vanced Study in Princeton, re-
cently said: "The recent election
is a triumph of bad conscii not
and greed in this society, an
unwillingness to sacrifict H*
least little thing that IndivklualJ
or little families have been ab
to amass for themselves. Th"1
lieople can be outraged
some rxmr black woman with IP
children on welfare, while *
are dropping. God knows !"'"
many millions of tons of bonibi
in Vietnam, is a sign ol "
sickness in this society."
one of the signers ol
Pastoral Letter, Rabbi Abi
Joshua Heachel, will not
the Convocation for Peace fi
died two days after its 1st
For many of us. he repn w '
tin real voice ori Jewish thoujr
and conscience In his
to the eradication of I
e in Vietnam and the
I .ist ,, ti,. struggle i,,! "
are all I
gethi in ii

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Friday. January 5 1973
Protest Demonstrations Planned
At Offices Of Japan Air Lines
Week ions protest demonstra-
tions against Japan Air linos'
I ..riicipation in the Arab economic
oycott of Israel will be staged by
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nal B'rith. the Jewish War Vet-
erant of the U.S.A. Department of
Florida and B'nai B'rith Lodges
snd Chapters of South Florida.
The demonstrations will begin
Monday, from noon to 1:30 p.m.
in front of JAL's Miami offices.
20 SE 1st St.
According to Burton Young.
hairman of ADl.'s Florida Execu-
tive Committee. Japan Air Lines
has refused during repeated meet-
ings and discussions with the
league to end its participation in
'.. Arab boycott.
Mr. Young said that "meetings
-id exchanges of correspondence
th Japan Air Lines over a period
nearly five years have been
totally non-productive. JAI. has
used stalling tactics with El Al.
the Israeli airlines, while offering
ADI. patently false excuses and
nouble-talk. The only thing it has
really made abundantly clear is its
refusal to change its position"
The purpose of the demonstra- j
lions," Mr. Young said, "is infor-1
national only; to make the gen-
ial public aware of the facts."
He noted that similar demonstra- I
'ions have already taken place in '
New York and Philadelphia and
then are being planned in other
cities throughout the United
States.
Herbert Gopman of Miami
Eeach. Commander of JWV's De-
artment of Florida, announced1
that he will participate in the
demonstrations, along with other
State officers including M. Jay
Berliner, Senior Vice Commander;
Harold Uhr, First Junior Vice
Commander, and Howard Melin-
>n of Boca Raton. Second Junior
Vice Commander.
JWV's National Judge Advocate.
Ainslee R. Ferdie of Coral Gables.
I will also join the demonstrations,
along with members of JWV's
national executive committee in
Florida, including Maurice Wein-
man, Jack Berman of Hollywod,
Lvin Steinberg. Norton Leff and
Leo Slachter.
Noting that Japan is one of the
7fi countries, including the I
State and Israel, that are mem-
bers of GATT (General Agreement
n Tariffs and Trade 1. Mr. Young
declared that Japan Air Lines'
submission to the Arab boycott)
"is not only immoral, but in viola-
tion of GATT regulations."
The traditional practice In Inter-
national commercial aviation is for
national airlines to recommend to
their respective governments that
they enter into treaty agreements
on landing rights. Japan Air Lines
has consistently refused to make
such a recommendation in rela-
tion to Israel, and Mr. Young
called the situation "an incredible
saga of the airlines knuckling
under to Arab boycott threats."
JAL's stalling tactics have been
obvious, Mr Y tuns. -1
line's spokesmen h 1
agreed to m iei it v-
counterparts, only to
manner ol exc ise I
m< etings I '
get be 1
Mr. Young cited
dating back *o N'oven
when Japan Air Lit '
[si aeli Eml assy in T thai
negotiations on landii 1
would begin in Ms The
promised negotiations w
held." he said
efforts 1 n the part
Israel; offici lls
As a typical o\ "
double-talk to the v 1 I
tion League." Mi Y" n n 1 I
that in th. spi in f 197 '
resentativ -.....
d rei tor and vice I I
Japan Air Lines The> we
sured that JAI. woi ippj
to entertain propositi
but that it h 1! not
proachi by the Israeli
and had no complaint 3 al it I
matter from Isi aeli rep-
resentatives. Those stat
he said, -were contrary r 1 the
facts, just plain double-talk."
ADI. has prepare I a fad
for those interested in 1 lei
review of JAL's dilator) tactics
and their transparently false lee-
iarations of willingness to nego-
tiate in good faith
Prof. Gerald Bubis Sunday Morning's
Greenfield Adult Institute Lecturer
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An acknowledged expert in the
area of Jewish institutional life
will discuss the crisis in the syn-
igogue Sunday morning at Temple
Israel of Greater Miami. Prof
Gei il I Bubis will 1h> th? Greet' eld
Adult Institute lecture;
Director of the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Relig-
ion School of Jewish Communal
Service in Los Angeles, Prol Bubis
will discuss "The Synagogue ind
the New Jew" at a time when re-
is institutions Christian as
w< II as Jewish are facing a
critical period of alienation ana
financial support.
Prof. Bubis will speak Of the
rhanges taking place in Institu-
' ''i- as well as s ime of the forces
ire contributing to th mo !-
locations in American Jewish life.
Prof. Bubis' career as a social
worker ranging from settle-
nent house counseling to Federa-
"ion director has given him the
If you're rich
and beautiful,
why aren't we
having an affair?
practical as well as sen ilarl; ba '-:-
'ground which has made thi Los
Angeles school one ol the leaders
' it' training Jewish
workers. He teaches !
as Jewish [dent fi. it ion
| American Jewish Communil
Jewish Family an I h ,-
numerous articles on -
jects and. In recent .
-. nag >?ue.
Non-subscribers 1
ire welcome to atten :
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t'clock following a of!
Temple Beth El Schedule
Temple Beth K: Be tinners' u
Conversational Hi brew issos I
adults Monday at 9:30 a n ..
followed by a 10:30 a
The Sayings of Th. Fat
presented by Dr. Samuel /. Jaffe
rabbi, in the chapel The -
Monday seminar on W
Modern Jew Believe?" will
in the chaiiel lounge.
On your
wedding day
the last thing
on you.- mind
should be The Wedding.
A slier Nairn Says That '73
Will Be A Year Of Peace
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| i Sew Year's Daj
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the
Fontaine .::: tenting
' la incti >n h.-l I :>> the
Bon i- i rgai tati heard
i lea 1 ng tsrae > edict th it 197'5
I > ol rac." in the
Mideast
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Gm-'> of hot; ir Ashcr Nairn.
irsi Kcietar) >( the [aeH Dm-
assy in Washington, told the
lathering that thanks to the na-
tion's miliran itrength, Israel
mould be able in 1973 to turn
' !!. to developing
the lustrial economy Altho igh
'' has few .: anj net .
source- | he said
1 ml knowh in iva
i I pment ol
'I-- tronics

Development of ind i
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lx of immigrants

th me from the U S.S R M ,, ,
e\pl lined noting thai :,
0 Je.v. came t [9 .,'.,
the Sovi< t Unl m up fi n ,.
1.000 In 19T0, and 50.0
thi- year.
Secrctar) Nairn | ..
19T3 Kill s. e thi
m w bri tges with the '
liter to th. -, .
.. t> established w ith '
pointed out thai out
its who" v isited Israe in : :
2i 0000 we: Paiasth lar A
vited to spend I ,
ind relatives
''< risi
- ij we feel that thi
it tera 1 the false
lands ol utme if the An
in.: th-- Paletti
. lsiton a first -han | k> .
.: wintry."
Steven Minor Forum Guest
5t en Mr or in instruct U
Miami Arts Center edit
tor and cinematographei wil
irw- gne-t speaker at the n
Art Forum sponsored by th M
ml Beach Art (Tub. Inc Tu
day at 7 pm. in the P.otunl-i Room
of tin- Mi.vni Beach Pub
Urao'. 2100 Collins Av, The | -
ol his free lecture will be "The
Art Ot Film Making."
Films At Wometco Theatres
New films .;>ening at Womel -i
Th.-itres on Friday Include "TV
Mechanic" at the Miami Baron
Blood" at the Coral W i
in. and "Chloe in the Aften
at the MiyfMlr Amon- h
are The < ietawa) at the Ca
Young Winston at tl Twin 1!
and '1776" t the Byron
Hie Fleamire ot
ot
vour alTjiir is
ontainebleau
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Friday. January 5, 1973
f.knisii fhrid/ai)
Pace 7-A.
.
letters tD the eclitnr
EDITOR. The fmvtst Horiilian:
l res I an article und r the head-
ing of 19-17 Underground Leader
Challenges Margaret Daniels." The
article quotes Mr. Adler. a Kan- .
aaa cty Mo, Jewish community
leader refuting Mra Daniel's con-'
t.ntion that ia> Mr. Tinman fav-
ored the intr>rnaturali/ation of'
Jerusalem and 'b> contending thai
Mr- DaniHs was completely in ei -
ror when idle dismissed as income'
quenMal the Influence of Eddie I
Jacobson on President Truman's
policies on Palestine.
I hapj>en to know from first
band information that Margaret
Truman Daniel's statement
Jacobson's in
ence over Truman's decis on on
poH ries In the Middle Easl .
regardless ol what stories wen
subsequently circu ated to ih.
contrary.
I wrote a story covering that
period under the title <>.' "Lest
We Believe" which was published
in the Miami Beach Sun in July
of 1959. My article tells the storj
of how and why Mr. Truman
charmed his mind from a bmstei
ship to ir. tependence for Israel. Ir
that sto-y. I repeat a conversa-
tion I had with Edd. Jacobson ir
the Mayflow.: Hotel in Washing-
Sc Postage Stamp To Honor Gershwin
WASHINGTON- The second
I'. S. postage stamp to lionor a
Jew -an 8c commemorative hon-
oring the noted compodai-piaalal
George Gershuin will be issued
>n Feb. 28. Albert Einstein was the
first Jew whose likerxso- appeared
on a U. S. |Kistaee stamp.
Mr. Gershwin was chosen as rtp-
jesentaUve of notable Aiverkan
"u.sicians and artists for the
"Amerlean Artist Series" of com-
memorative stamps B'nai B'rith
j Philatelic Service, in cooperation
iw:th the U. S. Postal Service, will
I Issue a First Day Cover teaturinp
\ the portrait of Gershwin at the
] piano and including an insert bio-
I graphical sketch of the composer.
Orders for the Gershwin covet
j should be sent to the B'nai B'rith
I Philatelic Service. 1640 Rhodi
| Island Ave., Washington. D. C.
,20036. Send a self-addressed,
.-tamped business-size envelope
1 plus 50c for each cover.
Faseeil Appoints Swanko Chairman
County Judge Kd Swanko has I ward Newman and Jeff Rosinek.
keen named chairman of the Citi-
sens Rating Board of Rep. Dante, R***- r"cell Instttuted the citi-
1L The group interviews pros- ',,K ''""-' system when he took
pective appointees to the nation's| ?'JJce< ;"".' ""' syBt*ni has hco:
- > i a lit. -l.i-s by the Demo-
< atic Congressman
OjIvat"members >: the board:in-
i ide Dr Anthon) Joffre, George
,Korge, Peter Kouchalakos, Leon
I., .ih .1 J 'Ski;n Shepard, fcld-
anxious ;<> remov* po iti -a
dderationa from servici academj
.........i--..it.
CHIEF RABBI KAPLAN
SAFED, ISRAEL
SHMITA JUBILEE
5733 5734
Peace is Shalom
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
presents
ISRAELIS ARE COMING
PtOOUCIO 4 OIIICTID by SHMUIL HRSHKO
*IN PERSON*
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TTTTu.
ton on Truman's
Day.
Eddie Jacobson told me. I call-
ed President Truman and he was
adamant in his refusal to see Dr.
Weizmann and i said i" the Preai
lent. 'Harry, you have a statuetti
on your desk of Andrew JackSOl
Who is to your mind a great Amer-
ican and youi hero and always ha-
lieen. Dr. Chaim W Izmann, al-
though 1 have never met him i>er-
sonally, i> to me what Andrew
'ackson is to you. Dr. chaim Welz-
nan, in my humble opinion, is th'
greatest Jew of all times. 1 am
it asking you for a change of
tolicy or a change of mind, nor
am I trying to persuade you to
take any steps contrary to your
lutles as President I am only
leading for your favor to re-
vive Dr Weizmann who i^ a sick
nan and has traveled thousands
if miles to si-e you. It is not like
ou. Harry, to refuse to see him.' "
The President finally consented
o see Dr. Weizmann and it was
~*r. Weizmann who ohantrcd the
r< sldtnt's mind, not Eddie Jacob-
on.
Ed lie aured me that he ha;
ie\er tried to discuss Palestine or
'sracl with Truman at any other
'fane, except the favor to receive
Dr. Weizmann. which was granted
y the President.
Eddie Jacohon performed a
"rent -i rvice to the Jewish people
\v urging President Truman to
-eceive Chaim Weizmann. He. in
turn persuaded the President t<
'hange his mind back aiain trow
Tusteeship to indein-ndence and
ad it not ben for Eddie Jacob-
ic ssful plea to President
an ti : e vive *halm Welz
am toty of Israel might
n\-' i i tin ly dtffi rent.
I sent I rinal manuscript of
'v story' t i-Pres dent Truman
rr \> rification with a plea that if
heri is anything in mv story that
- incorrect, to please let me know
and I will chance it to conform to
he facts In c ived Mr. Truman's
eply to my request dated June
'4. 1959 thanking me for sending
'iini the manu.-cript without ob-
jecting to anything that was in it
LEON J. ELL
Miami
Dr. Joife Breakfast Speaker 'l alc-sU'lian' Arabs." at a break-
pw c ., ,, fast hosted by the Temple's
I Samuel /.. Jaffe. spiritual .. ,. ., ..
,,ple Beth El. Huh." '*" h,',h"11 Sunda* "' >-n
VKOd v.. >,...,;, on "Trsi Complex nfejHiblii^is in\|t|d. P>oC( dt
light I '." .. o t" the You'll Seh' larshi i K i
U)U)h\ U<)\
MOTOR /W <&
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i
eCMStai
FAMOUS HIM I TV STAR
! SHLOMO
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Friday, January 5, 1973
'73 CJA-IEF Campaign Steering Committee
ROBERT MfSSIU
Prcs:denf cf Fedeftr) on
HARKr 4. KAF, if/y
Cfto.Vman
CJA-IEF Cor;poi?n
fll T/AiONfR
Vice Chairman
CJA-IEf Campaign
.Y0ft"..A C. KIPNIS
Associatf Chrirmon
CJA-IEF Campaign
r -. UOfl I '. SH
Assstic't Chairs mi
CJA-N'
S'.EPHEN f.'USS
Asiec'af* Cfloirncfi
CJA-IEF Campaiin
KRS.lEOi4Aij ,. ,D
Women's C.';,' i|
V-/* for CORNK a
MM. /*VWG HTMIU
Women's Division
President
SAMUEL I. ADLER
I. JUitS ARKIN
J. WILLIAM BAROS, JR.
HIRBERT BERNSTEIN
MATTHEW G. HUNGER
GERALD t. F ALICK
DAVID B. FLEIMAN
RICHARD I. FURMAN
HERBERT S. CRUBER
A*THUI! HOROWITZ
JOS5PH H. KANTER DR. HVItiG LEHR^AN
UICHARD D u.r
SAUl ;. MORGAN
DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT
v/N5 ;. .vosfti'
JACX S. POPICK
Federation Sets 197.'} Goal
CHARLES H. ROSEHBERG MORTON SILSERMAN MRS. MOfrTG*.
( ontinued from Page i-.\
r laries ol Federa-
.1"' ua] CJA-IEF cam)
lude 22 local agencies and serv-
. es.
In 1972. Federation allocated
s_ 015,485 to the 22 local agencies;
the largest set of local allocations
in Federation's 34-year history.
While the national agencies are
primarily concerned with protec-
tive services for aliens and natu-
ralized citizens and Jewish culture
and defense, and the overseas agen-
cies efforts arc directed at immi-
gration and absorption. jol> re-
training, rehabilitation and hous-
ing for new immigrants to Israel:
the local thrust is more s|>eciaiized.
Federations 22 local agencies
and services place a heavy empha-
sis on Jewish education, strength-
ening Jewish identity and stimu-
lating Jewish consciousness.
The youth-oriented agencies in-
clude the Bnai B'rith Youth Or-
ganization, the Brandeis Camp In-
stitute Scholarship Program, the
Central Agency' for Jewish Ert-K-a-
lion. the College of Jewish Studies
the Greater Miami High School in
Israel, the Hebrew Academy, the
Hillel Oommunitv Day School, the :
Hillel Jewish Student Center on!
the University of Miami Campus, I
fsra< l Studj Scholai shi s, the
South Dade Hebrev I
the YM-YWHA 0 Greatei Miami.
Otln r local agi ncli s offer .--
1 cialized services to the community,
:;aking Greater Miami a better
place in which to live:
The Community Chaplaincy
Service provides spiritual counsel-
ing to those Jews who are in hos-
pitals or prisons and who are un-
affiliation with a synagogue;
The Community Relations
Committee Ls composed of repre-
sentatives of the major Jewish or-
ganizations in Miami and serves
for the discussion of issues relating
' to both the Jewish and general
I community;
The Immigration and natural-
ization Service of the National
i Council of Jewish Women offers
counseling on immigration and nat-
uralization problems;
The Jewish Family & Chil-
dren's Service provides profession-
1 counseling on personal or fam-!
ily problems;
The Jewish Vocational Serv-
ice counsels, trains nd finds e-n- j
p'.oyment for those individuals with
Physical, social or psychological
handicaps;
The Jewish Home for the
Aged is a modern, fully accri dited
nursing home;
IMttr B. SMITH
1
HOW AM R. SCHARLIN
Moum Sinai Medical (Ynt.....
applies .sF, care of the medicallj indigent;
1 he Refugee Resettlement
program, aamini.-tered bv ihe
JF, s m cooperation with the othei '
oral ag.-ncies. is the agencj
wherein Federation accepts a por-
tion of the corr.m mltys re,pon.
siWlity for the resettlemem o'
refugi e famines in Dade County.
The Teacher Fringe Benefit
Program is designed to encourage
Jewish educators to accept and n
tain unions in the field of Jew-
ish education in the Miami area;
a7^m U1Hed HIAS Services
Sperm] Services for Cuban Re'u-
"v proxidec for those needs not
covered by the State of F:r. .;.
anci
The South Beach Act.
ROBERT M. TRAURIG
Center is a ote. ted environment
l"'> ':'" centei for the ekte
'-'^ by the YM-YWHA
Of Greater Miami, which is 1.
ted in the heart of ,.. South
- b h poverty ar,.a.
"*'-:-ration commit eos an
' ross the braid have
' I 'hemvelvestothequali-
tative^s-jrvival of the Jewish peo-
Pe, Mr. Levy said.
"r Miami to assume a cam
^V. "W added
rise to the special
challenges 1973 m-,,,-
Te,vish community wlii ruf!
vhPlJ"wVh F^-'Ti":> I
* hat cna-gex a mat, p .,
' ity' saidM-/
Brodi, Federation-, ...
i ce prei lent, "The cont
..... -.' ol our comm inity lead-
ers is an expression of their
cation to the concept of vo
n sponsibi!tty on a coordinated,
ilann ,1 ,IM>.
'Thi> dedication" Mr Brodfc
added, 'is a- th' i..... of our
ireana to ht'p our sick and puids
>t young and allow l t'1
we w.th dignity anil to reunite
' all ovt p the world who hav*
' oe''') separati I from the r familiei
'" '':iU > ot ,-< and po
cut!
"In 1973. as nc-er before, these
dreams ;.., > m- Brodie declared,
nd the key t Jewish rarvival H
' "Wl' that t;-> dream is
nr with Mr Levy on the
fontlnaed < n fmKr Il-A



Friday. January 5. 1973
*kvistThrkUir
Pag 3-A*

Histadrut Foundation Launches
$5 Million Mortgage Drive
The tirst National Jubilee Con- '< placed on In-depth discussion of
fen nrr sponsored hy the American nations : the Tech-
Technton Society will take place bi a s mposium tea-
tin? leading ] i
essionals ... ... [hlighl the Sat-

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si the Americana Hotel, Miami
Bee h, Feb. Ml.
era of all the Soc i
ns will be represented in a
; anning program for tl i
Mel sti< n ni Technion -
; A: to ai
i ne< .....e by Main
M. Rosen. J ilee
An i nioi S'
I : : ith 'er-_____
tioi e, the i:-i
.. re of thi Ami ricai T
et. m ii hold :. S
ses ion. 1 ig evei
'- ... ..::. noon luncheon syrr.i
featuring leading physic:*!)*
;-.: >, i iti>ts who will report i
h state ol Bio-Medical Engineer-
ing.
LAl'ftfNCf u. risen
Newmarks To Receive
Shalom Award Feb. 3
M-. ar.d Mrs. Morris Newmark, r Miami isra I Bonds Oragniza-
'. ,i! .-.- in behalf of Israel, have r*on. He is a~tive in B'nai B'nth.
beer ho I 11 'ive th Stal
<.f I--:-..-: Shall -. Aw rd at the
annual I^abor Zionist A
and Piom pi W< I-. Dinne
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Ciiltui a! Winele
Marks Birthday
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POtr. -'::.- :d Co !ins Aver i.
L. Les i.t au'.ho i cturer
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"Our family is among the 150,000 savers
Whose confidence in First Federal has helped
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jet real peace of mind knowing your savings
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*Jenist Fhrkfiatn
Fridcy, January 5, 1973
S-h1U1B
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Jhe tKabbi ^pcaha J-r#m iJlte J-^ulpU
An Unfulfilled Promise
however,
spirit is
distant.
Biblical
1LABBI BARKY TABACHXIKOFF
Temple Israel
There may be a few mystics or
GcxJ-intoxicateci religionists who
continue to experience the kind of
revelation re-
ferred to in our
weekly Torah
portion. "I am
the Lord, and I
appeared to
Abraham ."
(Ex. 6:2 ff.)
For the ma-
ority
God's
more
The
hi Uk.chmik.tl narrative tells
of Moses' per-
sona) encounter, yet Tor the
common reader it is just a narra-
tive. As such, it is an indirect ex-
pcrfience thht tells us about Mom*
nd the reasons be became instru-
mental in Israel's redemption from
Egyptian bondape. It has historical
/Dcrit but limited relevance in
terms of a personal encounter with
"the God of our ancestors."
Our scientific orientation often
leads us to overlok the spiritual
i!imi nsion which our ancestors ex-
perienced with some regularity.
Yet the Jewish tradition teaches
that prophecy ended with Ezra and
'Nihemiah. This is often repeated
to account for the absence of a
persona! encounter with God in
our own time.
The Midrash offers another ex-
anation. In every generation
from the time of Adam until Noah
the people behaved wickedly and
cau d Go ; resence to be alien- 1
ated and removed, until finally
h..... was the treat flood. And ic
ach g< neration after, their good
ehavior brought God's presence
[SchecJUna) closer until finally
God revealed Himself to Abraham.
This simple legend has a univer-
I al moial that holds true for us.
I ivory generation can be judged
I 'ii a scale that fluctuates from the
' violence and wickedness of Noah's
' Ime to the opposite extreme of
; .xemplar behavior and moral con-
! cins represented by Abraham's
, ,-encration in the legend.
In our generation, the ravages
j of war and fratricide have re-
I tatedly eclipsed God's presence.
I The spirit of enmity and jealousy
| .till infect our community. Yet we
.re reminded: "I am the Lord, and
I appeared to Abraham ."
There is an unfulfilled promise
n this verse. God's spirit will
gain be revealed in every genera-
ion that permits the spirit of love
..nd understanding, brotherhood
md |>eaee. to penetrate our hearts
and homes.
At the start of 1973. we pray
'hat we may achieve |>eaec
'hroughout the world and as we
turn our efforts to conciliation and
j moral concerns, we will experience
God's presence and His blessing
I______________________________________________________________________________________
Eye-Bank Luncheon Set
Lincoln-Miami Beach Chapter.
Women's League for Israel, is
holding its annual eye bank
luncheon Wednesday noun. ;it the
Montmartre Hotel. 1775 Collins
Ave. The chairman of :his function
is Mrs. J. Cowan. For reservations
call Elsie Cowan or Fran Resnich
IKabbinical
evision
r,
regrant*

Jam. 7 Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "Christians As Catalysts"
Guest: Sister Kathleen Gannon
Jan. 7 Ch. 10. 9.30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabri Norman Shapiro, Temple Zion
Ian. 7 Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom
i,
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SYNOPSIS Of THt WtEKLY TORAH PCR7.0V
Vo-Eroh
Moses a:: I said unto him. 1 am the
: rah it [sa i into Jacob
:. i A ::: ht; : r
...
; promises would now
-'- woui n bondage
py the 1 u Land. The ; op i rusl I i iril re-
God's messs \i ises
hov woul: Pharaoh listen to him es-
' pairi luestioned? He was told
''-- ; nan, yel haraoh would refuse to
lad inflict.-d si nts upon
M s was P0 year, old and Aaron S3 when they carried out
mission. Kit >wing that Pharaoh would be impressed by some
is manifestation, Aaron cast down his rod before him and
tun -'. into a serpent, but the Egyptian magicians were able
to imitate this wonder and even though Aaron's rod swallowed up
their rods. Pharaoh was net impressed
Oict!^ Z EGY7 ^ now in-
\,,,.; :; M; aln,n- Phar^ of .,. c,K,,lllcnces.
and h, ? instructIon- waved his rod over the river Nile
and its waters, canals and reserve!,, turned into blood; the Hsh
' 'v^'Vu pL^r b~;"ul' Th< ^ continued for s
flays, I ut I haraoh remained stubborn and refused to let the dm
^SJES SSL'S =?p,asuc in "** *3
over the and. the third plague, in which gnats swarmed over man
awi beast: the fourth plague, in which insects urvexled the Egyp?
n wh'T nG,,the h0mS f ,he ****** ^ f'" PW
dtaf MiLe e of Goshen home of ft, braehtei re-
mained healthy, the sixth plague occurred when in Pharaoh's
prf e:,.,-. ashes taken frsm the furnaces were sprinkled by MotW
low-arc, heaven: they tu-ned to dust and caused boils to break
out on man and beast The seventh plague was 1b!e storm
of hail and lightning which raged over Egypt killing many Enm.
tian men and beasta and destroying crop- And y. | Pharaoh l
-rn and refused to free the children of Israel
\ 7
V Continued From rage 4-A /
anothi.k consequence i
mon. lor .- miexcluted groui In
Asian and African countries, -
that the Huei people have al-
ways been blacksmiths. So they
had their own specialty ready at
hand, as it were, when the gov-
ernment long ago announced the
"mass line" of local industrial
production of all possible types.
For any Westerner, the re-
sults were pretty hard to credit.
Here in the lovely but very re-
mote Yunnan countryside, to be-
gin with, the Huei Brigade has
its own factory, with 75 full-
time employees, making reason-
ably complicated grain-milling
machines. The output is small.
but it supplies the county, once
again; and this means many
other brigades and communes
getting the means to make their
own flour.
Ma Chu-shing. the factory
manager, told me proudly how
"we had to learn our task" vir-
tually from the ground up. But
except for buying iron and steel
and paint for finishing, they do
the whole Job themselves,
Bewildered, I watched them
making their own sand-castings
- and with meticulous accuracy,
too of the larger metal parts
of these fairly heavy machines
that stand about three feet high
I WAS STILL more bewild-
ered, by what brigade leader Ma
Yun-hai, a young, pleasant but
obviously intelligent man, c
"our big factory" with ai
apologetic laugh The "big fac-
tory" has only one ful'.-tim< em-
ployee, the accountant. For the
rest, the labor force of about
350 only reports for duty "to
earn extra work points." in the
slack seasons of work on the
land.
The main uroducts are the
monkey wrenches already men-
tioned, p'us all sorts of fine
pocket knives and a few othiT
things of the same sort. By now,
enough money has been earned
by the brigade's two factories
to purchase a good many useful
tools like vises, plus a small
number of machine tools.
Essentially, however the "big"
one was a h r d I factory,
carried on family-style, with
children nong the
sparks next to the forges. It
was an extraordinary sight, for
instance I i i the basic Darts
ol the monkey wrenches Wing
made.
ONE man .. on pull a
of red-hoi iro.....i > a forgi
with tongs. He would ho I ;
extend* d on a kind ol
partnei would th m
i 'it into the -'. with
i lai ;e ax-liki i
was applaude I
old son of om the partners.
while the I >n
fell.
YET I took haK a d
one of the
lined them up one on top l
another. I
mirth of i!. ;.>... -. any
of them. They all worki I ad
mirably. \ ma hlne tool had
been us"d. to be sure, lo make
the needed screw that narrowed
or widened th" space between
the claw- And the wrenches had
also been neatly nickel-plated
with quasimodem equipment
The Huei Bricad- which has |
4.600 people, is still primarily
engaged in farming, but it j
started its factories in 1965. The
first year's gross was 65 000 Chi-
nese dollars, l^st war's was I
3TO.000 Chinese dollars, of
which two-third* was profit for '
the brurade. Like -r> m-i^h in
China it was a" a bit surprising.
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. ?S5 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Carter Aron Ben Aron.
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conervtive Cantor So' Pakowitx
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BETH AM Temple). 595C N Kendall
Dr. S Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her.
bert Baumoard
i-. .'... : Rabl B*n j Mtroai
vi n .... k Thi- Prlncew -" Cum."
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BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative ra!>bi Irving A Wetn.
gart. Cantor William W. Lipaon. 4
Friday tat South Dad* Audtiorlum*.
teen-ase service m 7:30; JO Conere-
ftatlnna] per\-iee. \<'ut.t couplet Snh-
l.ath Saturdaj S m i..i rraj Wa>
Sanctuary) Bai Mltsvah: Larrj Lev-
.r,n ,.f Mr :inJ Mrs Alan I>
Hcllet.
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BETH Et. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rethman. 6
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BETH KODESH. ttOI SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Cantor Leon Segai. *
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BETH TOV (Temple) 643S SW Sth
St. Conservative. Raboi Charles
Rubel. Cantor Seymour Minkee. S
Friday ^ It p.m Rabbi Charles RubeJ
will have his krmon topic: "Jew-
h frntv K t or Fiction.' (c.lWeHl
by On-R shabbat.
, \. ihe V*i "i"1 v rri-iil
,, 4:11 ..f thr I s ui I V:"1 r-
- 9-------
OHEV SHALOM 7666 Bonita Dr. Or-
thodox. Rabti Pn.neaa Veberman.
Cantor Leo Radm 30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER MS
Coinns Ave. Ratti Sadi Nahmiaa. 31
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CONGREGATION ET2 CMAIM 1543-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Croner. S3
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 173C Ttth Street Cause-
way. North Bay Village Conserva-
tive Rabbi Emmet Allen Frank. Can-
tor Murray Yavneh. 32-A
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AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARO
CONGREGATION. 707 Sth St.. Mi-
ami Beach. Orthodox. Raabi Mar-
decai Chaimoviia
HOtTH MtAKi MACM
AOATH YE8HURUN iTemple). 102S
NE Miami Gardens Or. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Mute" Schlteisky. Can-
ter Reuvan Eckhaws. M
' >Viday 1:15 i>.m instaJUt. ul ol-
fii rs and member* of th. l>nard of
Uraotttra,
BETH TORAH. 106' N Miami Beach
Blvd. Cenaarvative. Rabcn Man Up-
chitc Cantor Jaca* B. Mendeleon 64
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Mi- I
ami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot. 10
ISRAELITE CENTER. 1175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi f'aul J
Bender. Cantor hhathan Parnass. 11
Friday B:18 n m \...\-\ Bender's se**
m. n loplr "RetponalhlHUes ol Load
ershlp m a Tri-ubiid World Salur-
't^\ R:45 a ra M-rmi'n IVrti. n .f The
Weak.
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OR OLOM ,Temple< 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot
Winograd. Cantor Yehouda Bmy.
mm. is
TIFERETH ISRAEL 650C N Miami
Ave Conservative. RLCi Maurice
Klein. 14
ZION (Temple) 8000 M.ller Rd Cor.
servat\e Rat-bi Norman Shapiro
Cantor Errol Helfman. 16
Krldai > 1 m famil) eht \ 1. -
'ur- .-,'.. 1 >
., >Ui \ .... saiui
Bar Mitivah Si ott, son of Mr
Mr* Rol n N. wman Si 1 n
f thi Week.
HI All AH
TIFERETH JACOB (Templel 951 E
4th Ave Conservative. Rabbi N.
than Zolondek -5
NOKtH MIAMI
BETH MOSME CONGREGATION 2225
NE 121st St Conservative Rabbi
Joseph Gortmkel. Cantor Ben 2'on
K.rschenbaum. 35
MIAMI tlACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7S01 Carlyle Ave
Orthodcx. Rabbi Sheldon M Ever
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St Orthodox
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. i|
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Shmaryahu T Svur.
aky. Cantor Maurice Mamches 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple) 1545 Jef-
terscn Ave Conservative Rabbi
David Raab Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM (Te~rnple> 4144 Chase
A", L:"ra' Rtbi Leon Krcm.h
cantor David Conviser ~,
B'ini
-1 111 1 ki V. mh a
K (,fl|f I..,, p,
"7" TFILAH 9*i Eucid Av
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rac.ov.
* _____________
BtTon'-?E-"~ rV"- M CONGREGA.
TION. 8-j Mend,dn Ave. :;a
C-.-B.-N'v.HEBREw CONGREGATION
HmL r"K l9XC" Ave Orthodox.
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 'SVd St.
Censervstivs Rabbi V otor D.
Zwerting. Cantor Jack Cernee. St
SINAI (Temple), ol NORTH DADE
1SS01 NE 22nd Ays. Refer Rabbi
Ralph R. Kingaley. Cantir Irving
Shulkea. 37
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 131S1 NB
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabb. jonah E.
Caplan. ja
VOUNO ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml.
AMI. SM NE I7lst St Orthodox.
Rabbi Zaimar Kosaoweky. St
COtAl SAMUi
JUDEA (Temple, 550C Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipper. 40
Friday ^ p.m, faintly wot hip aarv-
' >! -. ur..., 1 hub.
*.. h Scott, eon < f Mr. 1 v ,t
i > 1 stein
ZAMORA (Temc'e i4 Zan-,r, Ave.
Conservative. Ratbi Maxwell A.
Berger. Cantor P. H.llel B'ummer.
Kkll v .
... ....
; Saturdi y 45 i ::i
MWfSIN
MOGAN DAVIu CONGREGATION,
9348 Harding Ave. OrthodO' Rabbi
Isaac D. Vino, go
FOffT UUMUDAU
BETH ISRAEL .Temple) "00 W
Oakland Park Blvd Rabb Akiva!
Brill,ant. Canter Maur.ce New. 42
tMANU-EL. S245,W~9ahlan4 P.Ph
Blvd. (Reform). fl.bc. Arthur J.
Abrams. Cantor .leroine Kle ent 41
POM'AHO II1CM
MNwGiXtIEst.JEVV",H CE"T= '
SHOLOM (Temple) 132 SK I'M) Ave
Conservat.ve R*cb. Morr,. A Skop!
Cantor Jacob J Renaer.
HAUAH0AU
HALLANDALlT JtWItH CENTER
RBnh"rMa,,V" *'* NE 8"h *"'
J.rnK n '"''*' E Sc',"'-'*. Canto*.
Jacob Danziaer
HOUYWOOt
BEp.TfHo EL 'r""'" 1 S M,h Ave.
Reform r lt>, Samuel Jaffe ii
S.i-i.u.1 ,..
"
Bt-Tu7 ^HrALOM "T""re, 4,d Ar.
I "' S^Con,,-.-: ., Rat)1) Vortcn
^ ilavsky, Can:.- i,v rfl Cj.., C4J
ter%U"^. 5S2- *"%
R.bbl M.lr M.i,.h Melam.d. 23 a VLbXLJ* *-**V** Hoiiywoo
E^nN.LELr T""Ple>"l701 Within..
L.hem,: C'r"r>"t've Rabb, Irving
Lehrr ir Cantor Zvi Adler 04
1 Rabl ui mi
' Ui -1 -:...,, 1 ,, .
I Sam
tl Bll
H"RCMhinC*Si*,V~Mfl0 P'" T*
Groa h00cx- R*C0' Aie*anoer S
C0.SfGrl AN-NEcl .Branch of Hebrev,
HilSii? "** Rlbb' Abrha'" Ben.
J AS Y NBA r nr, S.1 ,E,N COMMUNITY
nr.^a GLE 1W2 Washington Avs. '
Orthcdrx Rabbi T.bor w Si.r-
Cantcr Meyer Eng.l. ,U^J
KNESETH ISRABL~141J Euc d Ave '
^"" "t,bi Dav,dEULehrf*.ld: .
Canter Abraham Seif. 2?

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Rabbi Salomon Benerroch
TEMPLE SOLEL'TL.b.r,., 5001
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MI'AMAK
Seminar For Study
Of Prophets Opens
The Hebrev : .w, rMoacten-
seminar for ihe ^v 0, tha.
T|'j h"' M P-m h. he
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i, January 5, 1973
* le* 1st Fkrffian
Page 11-A
973 Federation Campaign Goal $15 Million
[< oi.tinwl Irom Rage X-.Y
pai n si-- :;, Co nitb ire
<>i> i Rus*U, n;;> ele ted
a secoi 11 i i- president of
f ;: at. "'. i "i .1 -wish Federa-
. i-.' 1969 an | 1970 chairman
tbi CJA-IEF campaign. Mr.
is also on >: i_' Amer-
rvinq on the board of gov-
S~" On 'i 'i' lewish Agency tor
t ft F (ration president, he
fflc al i? ikesman on F d-
Ki p.: chairman of it*
En! ..f dire I" addition, tu-
la d: etor dan of Lebanon
>- it i and a trustee of Mount
pai led! i r He serves
;, ce and n ctor
Te '. '<'' ''' Greater Miami
II :- \ i- in the board ol
i i iiincil of Jew ish
de*at.ona a< Welfare Fundt
i memh r the Exe nth e
,. \ it tonal L*nil I
...-.' Appeal i member ol the
: Ti I A...
ity. i .: it the Coun-
vision. Mr Mum is on the board a consulting CPA to the Tax Com- vice presid..... re I Fed
": f Haifa Itj nittee >f F derations Foui lation lion's Budget Con in 1972.
1 i sponsor >f the Miami Philhar- of Jewish Philanthropies, which Mr. SI i own of the
J]'" So -. >ty md is i Found i il lordinat j F< leratio s legacy and East Coast Suppl) C rp : i for-
bequest programs. mer chairman of Fed ration's
Herbert 3, timber, a member of Community Relations C ivnitl
Federation's Leadership Cabinet a member of the board of lirectors
lor-
It:
<
Ol
xhri i I th
University
Mount S nai Me lical "enl r;
Mrs. Leonard Friedland .-
rentlj vice pre*id< of the W im-
Division for Campaign, a :x>-
sition -h.' held in 1972 L'nd her
' I ship the Wo r n's D .-ion
' 1 the nation 230 wo nen's II I-
ons In per ntage i campa
increases Mn F -..- Hand is a mi m-
''r )' K" I ition B i Ik. I Public
Relations and M'.iltiole Appeals
tees In additi n she is a
Found : il Mount S nai M- '. i
Sin li Auxiliary Board and is hl-
to in I >r tl n inu-E!
<:--. rhol !
Mrs. Irving U'exler I
: Women's Divisiir ol I
' eater Ml iml 3 isrt F- :
,.. i Fe 1- ration'*
boar I I cl M -s Wex'er
i :.: :-'. r of 1 lada ah, B
..... Ien1 if 1 I itei
Howard R. Si harlin h u
Lav yi ra Divisi in M S tharii ,
Lea lei
,-et of 100, i- i foi .'!' men er of
Young Lead rshJ >
Cabinet In 1971 a-. 1 1972 lie wa<
i n e Fed rati >n's '"A-
of 100. has for many years been of the VM-YWHA of Greater Mi-
active in the Loan and Finance ami. a member of the American IEF pn Steering Commlt-
Division. For 1973, Mr. Gruber has Civil Liberties Union an! has tees For 1973 Mr. ScharMn 'ran
the overall responsibility for Op- served on the executive board of the overall i onsibiKty for Op-
.....itlon Upgrade in the North Dade the American Jewish Committee eration 1 in the South Dade
area.
Vrthur Horowitz, chairman of
Fedi ratiin's Public Relation*
Committee, Is a member of Fed-
eration's board of lirectors. He
served on Federation's 1372 Bud-
set Committee and was a member
of the 19T1 and 1972 campaign
He was the foundine president of area.
th> Jewish F ition
Beach County.
of Palm
Mrs. Mnrton ha man
or
[. -i
j ,, i nember of the Miami Section of 'he ta
Ivi boa the Mailman Council ol Jewish Women ai I i
lentei for Child De%'eloptnent; forme.....mber of the oard f the
... _, .. American Jew1h Congress, a
I.ti rininiiT. chairman .if Air .
,, _. Federation benefician
tton lu In; ,m1 chairman an-1
L t ol C itree Corporation, -v"' s"'"'n- ,>n xh" Campaign
v (; ,n it th.- 1973 CIA- Steering Committee are:
IEF campaign and Federation's smw*1 ***" P'e*!den, J
ssoSate trearjrer Mr Timoner., Southern General Builders, and
member >l the 1971 and 1972 treasurer of the Great-r Miami
CJA-IEF Sreerin? Committee. J**1* Federation who serves on
jrved at Initial GlfLs chairman in Paderatlon-s Nxird of reetow.
I| "I rxaalgn and in 1972 During the construction of the new
Ihaire. the Paoesettm Division. Federation building. Mr Adler
le h aerve.1 i- a director and a **m aa chairman o the bufiding
riembrr of the exeeuUve commit, consortuim respo^e for con-
bm ol the National OjUdren's truction of the building.
; H> lit il : a member ol Julm Aridn has been a v*ce
Ihe Young Presidents Organiaa-1 presioVnt of Federation since 1970.
ii the Philharmonic I An attomev, Mr. Arkin is chair-
1973. Mrs S iberman a national
vice chairman for I W nen'
Steering Committees Mr. Horo^ Division ol United Jewish Ap
witz has been active for many
years in Federation's Restaurant
Division, which he recently
'"hairel
lo.i>h H. Kanter, a former na-
tionai chairman for United J<
ish Appeal, was general chairman
of Federal on's 1970 CJA-IEF
campaign He is a member of the
executive board of the Create:- Mi-
ami ("hart'r ot the American Jew-
ish Committee, and is a member
ol Federati m's iioaixl of directors.
a past presi le to t Florida
Region of i 11 i -,h a m mbe
Hada- >ah's nal na board .mi
was the '.: presil rt th
Palm Bea :h F lerati Jew
Women. Mrs. Silb1
estate a ileswon cial d w th
Barrj Haiman a-- ial
Harry II. smith, a Federacion
vice presidert, is chair nan of Fed-
eration's Foundatisn of Jewish
Philanthrope- A former ice
.irry >'.is-man. a member i '
Feder ition's I U >rs, is
tU i a member o! the i i ird of
...... ,i,. Cnited Fun l of
Da le Co ti tj Mr 5 issm in, a pla-
in the res I h >' ind'ntr?,
il the 5 no
. I : I I A I-
i -
United S Am r-
i i in i :i c '
:,';- Hi
I. ..
ity of Miami ind i
at i li-ec'ors of th -
tral A:- ish E i icat .
i Fi -rat on en< fi i For 1;-'.
Mr the overa! ee-
sponsibi t\ ; ,- )perati Upgrade
Miami B>ach.
Or. Irvine Li'hrmaH, a trustee
o, the CM IK. has been spiritual. P-^" '"- Miami Beach
leader of Temple Kmanu-El since Chamber of Commerce. Mr. snrth Robert H. Tm.iH. a red-Hent
1943 and is a former chairman of. has also served as president of the of Federation'* Yoang Leadership
Federation's, CJA-IEF camjign., Qyjg i^aEr,,;, 0f Miami B^ach and Award, is a member of Federa-
Dr. Lehrman Ls the president of ; aj prftjid^nt of the Miami Beach tion's board of directors and board
rv*-d on
the Jew-
,.! ser m the advisor) man of Federation's AdminitTa-1 Committee. Mr. Levy, a
Organization of America and is j the board of directors of the Coun- the board ot directors of th
chairman of the board of over- cil of Jewish Foderat.ons and Wei-
nors of the GreaU-r Miami Cliap-! fnTO Fund* and is on the board of
ter. State of Israel Bonds. j trustees of the CJFWF newly
Rich.nl D. faery is a member f' at(Hl institute for Jewish Life
Federation's boar* of directors and ]------_-------------------------------------------
has served on Federations Budget ^^^^^
ish Family and Children's Servire
and the A-.ti-Defamation Leagu ?
of B'nai B'rith. both Federation
enefi -ia'ie-:
Miami

nember of the
r i i- i
,l-. ,.t 0f Temple Is-
-r of Federa-
I rs;
V'omi.i ( k piila i i iate I with
IB ; in I;-.- a [TV
y. il. New '. : Sto :k Exchange
: I97i t resi lent I
n of t ion's Women's
to : Fi d< ition's
i-- ', :- tervii
1:. ... ciate i hairman for
| campaitm with
iperation Up-
\ il the Fedi ra-
l lot >rs, and a di-
rt the I of the Sati
\ Je irih A al's Women s
pi i nember >l tl
Ion >!' Appeals
'omniittei B i in i Public H--
latioi Co Mrs. Kipnis
the friends of
Low.' [use Unh ersit) of Mi-
Hope. She has
acitii s with
both the 1 Fund of Da le
i md WPBT-TV, Ch. 2:
Df. I.i-.v; KronUh, spiritual
[1 Beth Shi I >m, i-
|s. r :eneral chair-
m r th I '" I CJA-IEF cam-
paigi vi! i rs responsibility
Ifoi I .I. Hi-Ris's and
prades and Tradei Divisions. Dr
pvroni (-, he! i i liar position in
Ihe 1971 and 1 '- Btrnpaigns and
[i- presentl) n it onal vice chairman
|of tors*] Bonds far Reform Con-
rrrfjBtinnji President of the Rab-
linieal Ass ? ,t. >:i >f Greater Mi-
mi. Rabbi Kmni'-h is state co-
rhairrnan of th- Israel Tourist
Pourvii of Foi la He is president
:>f the Ansn* 'i'i Jewish Oangreas'
southeast Coott national chair-
fnaa oi the board of the American
Nrael Hbrtadruth Foundation, na-
t mes been chairman of Fed ra-
tion'i Lawyers ;>. isi.iri ha< '
in of Federal ion's
.. > < itti an was the r H >i-
t th GMJF V ii I let
-I" I \ .! '
I. Win no R.iros. Tr.. s; [enl
if Mi i R C vas 1972 S >u'h
Da le Initial Gifts cha rmat .s
tl Mi i -i ,n of
the CJA-IEF .. 'i in>
ind buildnr i- chairman of Fed-
eration's Building Operations Com-
mittee and is a member of Fed-
rat ion's Public R-!ations Com-
mittee.
Sanl J. MergaA, a Miami land
leveioper. served as Miami Beach
Initial Gifts chairman during the
1972 CJA-IEF campaign. M-
Moi jar .- if un I t il the Build-
-rs and Al i '. Trades Div sion of
years Mr Ba 'f the tn,, CJA-IEF cam al :. and has
fewish V'ocati I S> i ben- ,one,i on Federation's board of
eficiat igenc; l F let directors
Herbert lt.rust.in. president of |>r .|n.ph R. N'arot, spiritual
Qualitj W -' '' 1 I is ader of Temple Israel sinci 1950,
for man) : i"i ad In ;. ., ..,,. president of the Rabbinl-
Fed^ration's CJA-IEF campaigns. caJ A^^-iation of Greater Miami
In '. '"-' Mr B the anr| a p^st .ir, ^ iont o( tn<1 Amer-
.,.,.,, Steering Co tt ican Jewish Committee, a Federa-
\itii involvement in the Paeeset- tln beneficiary,
ter Dirision Mr B"rn*teii Is i inins 8. Worry i- a former nresi-
former : resid ni of Tt I Cl ibl ^.^ of th United Jewish Welfare
Df Dade County. Fund of Rochester, NY. and i-
Miitth-w ft. Kttiimer. presi if a past chairman of its campaign
East Financi ;">..,-' was and th- Rochester Israel Emer
i .:_ \orth Dade Initia Gifts j ency Fund. Mr. Norrj Is a mem-
chairman, He is a member r1. "h?1 ber of the national board of direc-
rh>ar.; of directors of the VM- tors of the United Jewish Appeal.
YWHA Greater Miami, the He-| 4mck s. Peplek, president of the
\cadem) and the Htlle! Jewish Home tor the Aged (a
Community Day School, all of Federation beneficiary) and a
A-hich : F leration beneficiaries member of Federation's board of
Gerald K Faliek, a recipient of directors has 'H>en a member of
tlv- 1972 Presidents' Leadership| We board of the Jewish Family
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*Jewist ncrkfiftr
Friday, January 5. 1973
' ]
Charle.-. Rcsrnberg, secretary-treasurer of
Alexander Muss & Sons, spoke at the recent
meeting of leaders of the Realtors Division
oi the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1973 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emerg-
ency Fund campaign, which was chaired by
Leo Eiserutein. Mr. Rosenberg, who is on
the 1973 CJA-IEF campaign Steering Com-
mittee with overall responsibility for Worker
Training, also answered questions on how
the real estate industry can best coordinate
its efforts on behalf of the 1973 CJA-IEF cam-
paign. From left to right are (seated) Harold
J. Segal, Leo Eisenstein, Charles Rosenberg
and Sol Megdell; (standing) Henry E. Wolff.
Saul Z. Bennett, Leonard Keller, Albert O.
Levin and David Muskat.
Presidents and delegates from more than 60
condominiums in the South Beach area held
a conference recently to plan their activities
in support of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's 1973 CJA-IEF campaign. The spe-
cial commiitee that was elected to coordi-
nate South Beach condominium campaign
activities includes from left, (seated) William
Arbor Abraham Grunhut, chairman, South
Beach Condominiums Division, Julius Nadel
and Mitchell Lopato; (standing) Hyman
Youna, Max Grand, Irving Lamnin and Nor-
man Kemper.
Sociology Professor Guests
Th>' "Coffee, Culture ami Con-
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the Brotherhod of Temple Beth
Shoiom Sundav at 10:30 a.m. will
feature Dr. Murray Bindcrman,
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versity of Miami. Prof. Binder-
man's topic will be The Changing
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Page 13-A
ie Nixon-Kissinger Partnership
MAX I.KKXKR
I'ART III
K..I.K AM) IDEOLOGY
b; the asons for the
Nixon-Ki
neithi r ;
: UP 'ill id
: oi Internationalist
VV I
ecked his Vi i sai
1 and h :. Thej are not
p nisi cold-wa at i >-
Nixon as i arlier. Nor are
|>ft-wing Ideologists, enthu-
for unilateral dlsannament
i )tng in mind Kissinger's
basic "! a- equilibrium,
lal interests and linkaRe
lust be clear that idea* are
geology. But nten with ideas
ore niindk'ss pragmatists,
\\ng up every problem with-
central purpose, lost in a
of single Instances.
i" the>e two partners the
arc flexible and resource*
i- purpose Is a strong one,
not tin' attainment of some
inal heaven nor the overcom-
some doctrinal hell It is
stability, and American
within it.
> therefore conserva
C Yes, just as Leonid Brezh-
..: ', Mao Tse-tung an and
i- i Tanaka, Georges Pompi-
Brandt, Edward Heath
.' there with the.r own
since it has now b
the fashion for a head '>i
rnment to have his Intimate
adviser and negotiator. In
|sense or another, these men
the "have" nations and the'
stability, a chance to prow
.- curity from nuclear
WEPT FOB THE <"h n<
an prettj frank about hav-
khed their ideological passion
il i rve all for their na-
,.n in the Chinese
i1 Is known that when Ki---
first talked with Chou Fn-
was Impressed how deeply
lultu !' volution had shaken
Chinese leader. None of the
|ri .. aders want- his counti>
i-: with convulsions or radi-
vvith nuclear ashes.
was Kissinger's insighl to un-
hand this, and huild the new
pmacy on it. Mcttcrnich's di-
Uacy aimod las Kissinger's
put it i at "a world restored
for Kissintier. workinc with
on. it was not a matter of re-
ine a world of ancient rcsrimes
of keeping a new world from
b-oying itself; not of brinpinp
old lecitimacios but finding a
nrinciole of leeitimacv for a
hd convulsed WltJl chanp.e.
j.*hat is this principle? No one
yet put it into words. The
t Kissinger comes is in his
that the great powers, by
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kn< ss c! Ki-- nger's dipio-
it i- too grand style, so
focused mi what happens between
the great powers that a war with
several million casualties, and
other millions maimed and horn.-,
leas, strikes him in historical per-
spective as "only a footnote "
Perversely, the footnote refuses
to be dismissed sis one a fact
that plagued both Nixon and Kis-
singer during four years arid will'
plasrue them (who knows how
long? i untii an actual cease-fire
leads to a genuine peace.
In pursuing his grand style, Kis-'
dnger revives the tradition of tin'
treat diplomats of Europe's past
who were wittv, urbane subtle
multilingual and often led "swing-
ing" lives chronicled by the his-
torians,
Onrj someone like Richard
Nixon, with his dearly Puritan
ethos, could have protected Kis-'
singer against the suspicions gen-
rated by his image as a "for-
eigner," overbright, with dubious
morality. But only someone with
have served Mr. Nixon's
as be aw
-
and insights coul!
purposes
ONE < i:\TKAi. tl and
""' President have in c.....
reatm Granted tho Vmeiicn
i.iii ..i
Hi R is on prln \ with Jai in nd tb
Market. Yet Mr Nixon
er are com ince I that
Vmorica's total powi r basi in-
s< ientific. technological
economic military, cultural re
mains unparall< I. and that a more
imaginative foreign policy will
keen it from either decline or
subjection.
The Russians and Chinese have]
their own vlw of their greatness
and primacy. Are these incompat-
ible? I don't think so.
On Mr. Kissingers planet there !
is a difference between the main-
tenance of national power and the
effort at domination. He reassures
th. other great powers that they
need fear no domination, either.
from a nonidoological America or
each othf r Within the engshell
fragility of a nuclear world, such
a nolicj forms a bridge between
past traditions and future needs
It may seem strange that a
German-Jewish refugee should
join with a Quaker Middle-Amer-
ican President to build that
bridi;' But history, as Hegel saw.
has it- own ruses,
i NKXT: Future Imperfect)
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* Mt i it fh ridliar
Friday, January 5. 1973
As We Were Saying
By ROBERT SEC At
When Not Fighting Back Takes Guts
w
IIKN VOl ARE TOl.i) > fighl life's batt'.os
with your arm in a sling or a lee in a cast or a
"keep out" sign in your zone of mobility, you have
a right to bristle. Assigned a hand-
icap!
Jackie Robinson, breaking in
with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947.
had one imjiosed on him by Branch
Rickey. 'You must have the guts
not to fight back." the general
manager of the Dodgers told
Jackie as he turned the key in the
first baseball latch ever opened
to a major leaguer.
You're telling me I've got two cheek--. A!:-.
y.-' Jackie r plied "If that's it. I understand"
In cap- i : >rm that's the story of Jackie
Robinson's debut with the Dodgers. For
Iramatic er ugh, But hooked on to the years
that followed th< re's a recital about Jackie's -
gle upward to make strong men weep to make
thoughtful citizens bow their heads a bit in -
eat deal ui sorrow and even more in
There was that time the House Committee on
Un-American Activities had Jackie in. presumal )
to give muscle to a witch hunt. The baseball |
grabbed the ball and ran. He warned against con-
fusing the activities of Communists with the in-
justices of life as a member of a minority group
The fact that it is a Communist who denounce in-
justice in the courts, police brutality and lynching
when it happens, doesn't change the truth of the
charges." Jackie told the startled Red teasers .
Negroes were stirred up Ions: before thwe was a
Communist party, and they"', stay stirred up long
after the party has disappeared, unless Jim I
has disappeared a.- well."
Jackie Robinson's advent in big leagi
ball came about the thru si n i ndustrial "
I over proposed Fair Employment
ion. Curious to i now Branch
hke the idea <>f FEPC l< gislattdn He
ex essed the fear that FEPC laws would set in
I | co inter force of mass oppi sition to fair
, Fortunatedly, Mr. Rickey and thousand- who
I thai view, were proved wrong. Without the
backing of law, discrimination against members of
nority groups would still be up in the saddle and
r the deprived, Martin I.uther King's wise
. inion on that matter rings truer now than ever:
Perhaps morality cannot legislated, but be-
....: can be regulated Legislation cannot change
art, but t can control the heartier."
Ja k e R ibinson grandsoi dI .i slave was
reared in such poverty that diabetes plagued him
,n childhcx I on and contributed ta his failure
cl sight ,,: his days A champion on
!. playii field, he a- ve lanl warrior
I t he right of mai
Israel Newsletter
By Carl AlpeM
Looking Back Twenty Years
IT WAS JUST 2(1 YEARS AGO, tl
the Germi the Repara-
Agree: S i thi has received s
n i -
victim*

ayments
. I
y to survi-
-
T' ii
been
revea interesting let) s ol the
steps leading i i agreement. S thi have
" :' before been t 1. Others are c rtain y *>
ci
Panorama
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Random Thoughts
y^HAT ISRAEL REALLY wants mosl is
lain water at least as far as th N< .
concert Thi lack oi water ha- held up the de-
' the Negev, bal
- ms Israi tists have
found that there are i li ns ol
ol water Ij
- :' ds I,'.- just a ;. i
of contact.
Israeli scientists have found al-
so that many thing-, stra
enough, grow bettei in salt and
brackish water. Fur instance
mure cotton was produced per dunam in brackish
it-r than in pure water. Brackish water looks
dirty, but as we say. you cant go by appearance.
Years back, much of our west, particular^
Nevada. Arizona and Utah had something of tin-
same problem a- the Negev. They suffered from a
lack of water and got a bad reputation on that
account Mark Twain, who was one of the early
B. tilers of Nevada, said that Nevada was like a
Singed cat: it got a much worse reputation than it
deserved.
Naturally, a good number of Jews were among
the pioneers in the settlement of the arid west. For
instance, the GoMwaters were early pioneers in
Arizona And in Nevada, the paper on which Mark
Twain worked was owned by a Jew. Joseph Good-
man. The name of the paper, if we recall our his-
tory correctly was The Territorial Enterprise. An-
other early Jewish family in Nevada was th(
Michaelsons, from whom came Albert Michaelson
the scientist, the first American to win a Nobel
Prize.
A touple of teacher- of law at the University of
Connecticut, Profs. Bard and Kurlatchick. in a
letter to the New York Times, think Israel did
wrong bv expelling Meyer Lansky.
"Tni *P '"' 'hey write "of an old Jew.
being ^hunted across national border-, seeking to
purchase entry In any country which will have
him" does not p]i ase them
We might add that the Israeli expulsion seems
to us to violate the principle stated in the Talmud
that "the soil upon which the penitent stands is so
holy that even the High Priest may not tread there "
We think that an old Jew who ha- expressed a
wish to settle in Isra I may be rightly construed to
be a penitent.
. ;
:.
K After pn
eet ixploral ....
I to a r.tact. there wa phoi I
-; Paris t j the h
I : \v. thai
.'.
Israel reply was i -. i Wi
.........
ty."
'-" a -' inti val the <; mum appi
Wl th se first ta its led to actual
,; a tr \va< put bi i Ihe Km -- t VJ >lenl
had n expres I earliei and was expected I Barbed
ui:" .....d tl Km -- b .
erinj over a th i*ai I. was 1
fn "' '"'-"' ; -" --: m nly with the : t-
ulty. Michael Bar-Zohar tells in his ,:
Ben-Gurion ol the riol thai lo owed:
"Tl ''- arriv. eak .; the crov, I ai I res!
' Tl e seen, f th clash ked like a battl. |
' it cars -:.:: ... .. ,.v .
with tiles and stones a brok All the
"f ,i: 'mint building ha smash.
than 100 po ."
Tht' Kn' "- negi tiations by a vote of
61 to 50.
The signing of the agreement treaty between the
two countries was conducted in great se-crecy. Nicholas
Haiat.kins. in hi- new u. Reparatioas te!i- that
the few chosen | ressmen wen summoned at 7 a.m. to a
secret meeting place from which they were taken to
Luxembourg City Hail where the ceremony was to be
held. The fear was of Jewish extremists, who oppo-ed
the whole matter.
When Dr. Nahum Coldmann took out his pe-n to sign
then, wa* an ill omen His fountain pen had run dry One
of the Germans offered his pen. and Goldmann took it.
Upon conclusion of the ceremony the participants
bowed to each other. None shook hands, at hast not in
public, but it was reported that in private, later, then
wa- considerably more cordiality
Rolf Vogel, in another very new book, reports that
a photographer's flash bulb exploded with a oad
bang people thought an assassination was taking place.
Such was the tense mood,
Much has happened in the In1....... ,:, M V(,.r. ^
reparations and re., tutlon have been of very groat a
nomic assistance to Israel but it is quite clear to -
h*S n' "* 'oneness. ud not a wipmg .
great moral wrong.
Ve, the simple fact of re^stablishmenl ol r.
-*eral, that had happened w,
^J7ShraW-h------>not,,,. Z
realm of possibility.
HOOK REVIEW Sevmour Liebman
Black Encounter
:
'WO VOl Nd JKWI-H
' .. I
ents l
that N
th aui -
is a prof. lo ind
the ol f politici ii nc Th.
I.....k ] si .' c. e id a
it deal I ut vi iclieve 'hat
the) lo not ti t as ii
do lhoy .v.1:' gt 1 iwn
In Blaeh Encounter: The. Afro-
\nv r.i'.m ami the \mi-ri<-:in Ji-w i R il -.1 S
Wi nd Arthur Stein < Scl ks, pa;>er-
.; S2.95), there are several h I S> I
N ii i hall million know .. h re in A
I nd there an ov< r l 0 in il i
in Africa. < Seoffi i y Pai rindei Re-
Africa wi ites "There a il ulti-
; > f peoples, a'ld the lack o! centra Ira Ii-
tioi esj ec all> tl I thi Sahai a."
' x hi u ai .1 H >pe Frank-
''"' s. "It i .K;i; un.
":;i itions com ernii I .....r life in
8 '' ; '' -r as Afi ica with nai > iria-
ti in ; opulati i
Why do the authors use 'AI bnericans?"
'"" "'- ''">'->' is an a withou,
n> hyphenation as are all ethnic gr. ups There ,-
h. 'i;ie-fon as o whether the Negro's ancestors
wen i hristtans, pagans or Mos
Krankhn also writes that ln ,h, Wack ron,innt
the^greal ma- ol workeri larR,,y Mrfs ^^ ;j
> t ortapossibie to raise a genealogical tree
thai would bear careful scrutiny."
com^T ','' many X''-'"' 5t"tlons In this
; bMion social, political and economic sta-
uk N.groes do not constitute a monolith* society
Jhw Prin^al communal group ,, churoh aml
Th". ?1$WU':,1S nr" undW*n ^-t change,
rhese authaas mak. little note of this.
In one plac, they write that the Jaw is visible
" >> name or manner of dn- bul elsewhere
J > write that the Jew is non-ktentlflable from
*** We diaagree with their Matement
' J-an ol the deiminant Eu-optan culture.
' <> and la,, ,:it,.,l ,hl. R,rMni,
";' of African descent."
"" ersonally, I attended two huh
V ';. ;" N York and each school had at least
HU. We Played, studied, and swa-n
"' I ..... and in my four jears. there
': incldenl Neither my parents
of their rriends iiad any anti-Negro preju-
aehwartze" was never p oraOve unless
1 maid" ii a p. ral


[January 5. 1973
*Jen/*/' ftcridHnr
ikai Nona
Page 15-A
UGAl HOTICI
LEGAL NOTICf
:OUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
for ooetouirTf, *
>RIOA IN PROBATE
No. 72-5705
h-.itr nf
KINK
bTICE TO CREDITORS
it..rs and All Persons HhV-
- or Demand! Against Bald
hereby notified ami rnjuir-
i i wi\ claims and demands
pU may have .ikiiusi the es- I
.1 \CoR M FINK deceased
. ,le Count v. Florida. In th.
'.Images of Dade County an -nine In duplicate and as pro- '
eotlon ?3.i IS. Florida Statu- -
their office... in the Founty I
bu~- In I>ni*- County F'lorida
I m\ calendar months from the
If th first publication hereof.
-ar ie will be barred.
, : Miami Florida, this 9th
V vember. AD 1972
SARA FINK
As Bsecutrli
It publication *f this notice on
kh dan of De.-ml.er. 1971
L'CE. PINK* FORMA N
f< r Executrix
mgr-* Bid* Mi-imi. Fla
|OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
t>TIFF. Is HKRKTtY GIVEN that
der-igned. desiring to engage In
s* ui.der the fictitious name of
It'BR COMPANY at 21 in nw
Avenu*, Mt.'imi. Fla intend t.i
? -a,.I name Math the iTerk of
III! 1'ourt of [Vide County.
da
h< ICO I A CF.RT<>
BETTY c i'KKTo
l.< "IIS PARLAT1
'I HEI.MA PARLATI >
:TEK & FRIEDMAN
- *
I SI
h i
12 : I 5 18-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS : til\ BN lhai
I .
vi ler the I >ui i ami
VCK ".!: 7!>tli S
: i|ij
I'ln-u
I la I. m tj F ni i
H.N SHEI Ti .11:
\M I ICKKRM VN'
i
.- \v rd v
. Fla.
I. I i I
"1 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FL0R.DA
Cae No. 72-21533
BEATRICE TAI
Plaintiff,
^T, N'"' M- RTELIO
MARIA MAICI BLI.O. nil
Defendant
TO: ANTONIO MARTELLO and
MARIA MARTELLO, his uife
(realdei unknou n .
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Comolamt f,,r Cancellation
and Satisfaction of Mortgage on the
following described real property, to-
The \V.-.t 14- 7 feet of the S'orth
10 real ol the south 202 .;i fe.-t of
th.- North fnt Hi feet of Tract 1
"f ci.rai. PINES, a Subdivision
according to the Plat thereof,
recorded In Plat Hook ?.:, at Page
64. of the Public Record) of Dade
' ounty. Florida.
Ins been f||e.l against foo ami vou
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 Mitt, and file the
original Answer or pleading in the
tHfice of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the ; day of Jan .
1973. otherwise the allegations of Mid
Complaint will he taken as confessed
by you and a Default will he entered
against you
I'ATFP at Miami. Florida, this 14
iiav of iw 197;
E B LEATHBRMAN
i'lerk. Circuit Court of
Dade i' iuni >. Florida
By H J ROY (SEAL)
Deputy clerk
12 22-29 1 '.-i;
THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5662 iPr.mml
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
':r emi ..f
K YIN" tCOI'R
All md mi Person* il..\
i t i 'laim 1 len tgalnsl Said
? Uti
You i,\ tilled and
| my nu and de-
I ch you ma> have
i.la MAI'RICE VINi K"l I:
. Fount) Flor-
in. unt) Judges ..f I lade
me In : v i t
ri pr. I Ke. lion .
: .
... ,.'.,,, I I.
: i" > ida. x cah

,in,
il \p. 15th
f |i ....
Jl 'ROEI. \ i Ni "' 'ill
\- Adnt nlstral
l ...
'. nil..! ikt:
IIAI1D K PINK
I Si na P \
\ r Adnt i lati itor
BlHi .11 111- I'.Ull I '-'
12 22-29 1 S-12
IN THE 11TH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA
No 72-253J1
NOTICE SY PUBLICATION
' V M>.\ CHBON'iiWSKI.
Il'laintlff,
vs
si: i i ISH CHRON'OWSKI,
lendanl
"i l',"SK l.oriSF. CHRONOW-
>i residence ;;_'>* Bcotl l-ike Road,
^l.'higan. arc required to fib-
fur answet tc Iha compmlnt to Im-
a < >> rructiv.- tru>t upon the fol-
k i\ty-thr.-.- and sixty-four
*4i block "C," Coral Terrace.
lb- same being a sub-division of
rt of the South-half of the soulh-
utn 11 townatilp fifty-
'III i'.Ii f uth of range forty (tni
-'. according to the plat thcre-
"I in plai b.N.k 14 at
M '" SI of th.- public records
Dade Cuntv. Florida,
Ith the Cl^rk of the above COUTi ami
I11, i mpj thereof apon Herman
Mleji KM 1310-11 Congress llldg j
inn. Florida. On or before the 19th
' January, 1971, otherwise iudg- ]
bj fault will be taken against
il e relli I demanded In the
f\ITXES8 m\ band ami the s.al Of
c mi on tin-- itth 'ia\ of Decem-
.-
F. Il I.EATHERMAN
Circuit i mil
B> i: .1 Foy
Deptitj Clerk
mil I '.,Urt s. ,|,
II l-.-L'L'-L'H 1 :.
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DVDE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-6304
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Il RE K late of
S rEl.l \ M Nl 'LAN.
I
v I > lla\
m -i i ii kR.imsi Said
::-
v ou hei notified and r.--
iu red I p-esi i .1 d
' u mm i> hr.....si
STEI.I A M XOI W.
eased lati Ladi County, Ploi -
ids the Count) Judges of Dade
1 !: '. and fib- ti... same In dupli-
cate ..".-l i- pi ,\ ,|. d In Sei ii.-ii 733 -
y Statutes, in theli ffici
lb.- Count) Courthouse in Dnde Coun-
ty. Florida, within -a\ calendai
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred
I'..-. ii Miami, Florida, this nth
lav of I lei ember AD 1972
PIR8T \ATI"\ \l. BANK "I" MIAMI
Bj RICHARD C RRA^
As Bat utoi
Pli | publ itloi notice on
the _'_' -lav ,.f I ml.. :
Kl'KT WEI-I.ISCH vi. m. \ il I i\\
\....... EX B< "I Ti 'I: IK
i:STATi: i STKI.I. \ M \'''I.AX.
Dei
!.; Almerls Avi ui
Coral Rabies, I": .
- "T-,CEP^M!rmoui
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under th.- fictitious ran,. |
X I. FOOD SERVICES al 48M Xorth
89th Terrace. Hollyw.....I, Florida in-
tends to register said name with th*
Clerk ot the Clrcpll Court of Dade
County, Florida.
X I. MARKETING CHEMICAL
co ixc
a Florida corporation
Bj Eric Rad, Vice President
David M Oonshak
Attornes f..r Applicant
1497 Northwest 7th Street
Miami. Florida SSI25
_________________________II 13-22-29 1 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 ACTION NO. 72-25256
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN REh
DISSOId'TION OF MARRIAGE
BERTHA HELEN McCRORY,
WIFE
and
YVIt,I.IAM McCRORY
RT8BAXD
TO: WILLIAM McCRORT
residence unknown
YOl- ARE HEREBY NOTIFTP.P
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been Hied against you and
you are required to serve a copv of
your written defenses, if any, to it on
ANDREW J TOTH. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is Suite E-
932S Park. Drive, Miami Shores Flor-
ida ttltt, and file the original with
tin- clerk of the above styled rouri
on or before January 19, 1972: other-
wise a default will he entered against i
I vou foi :b. i eld i tlemai di d In thi
complaint or petli
Thi- notice shall l>e oubllsl ed oi
cadi w.-ck for foul consecutive weeks
THE JEWISH II IR1DIAN
\\ ITNESS m- -he seal
. l .in i ni Miami, El< d
tins 11 ih da) ( Dec. mber, 1*7 !
i; ii |.K vTHBRM \N.
A I'lei Circuit l -iir-t
Dadi i 'oui (v. 1
B) R \l KISf
\- I iei uty ( i
i (Circuit Courl .-"
Andrew I Totl
sn li E Park Di Ivi
Miami si..... Florl la .'.'."'
Attorned for Pi
ITelephom 757-9441
is/in-:
UCAL NOTICE ____ UCAl NOTICE
IN THE ODUNTY judges co.rt"
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBa^E
No 72-9291
JOHN R. BLANT0N
NOTICE TO CREDITOPS
In RE
NATHAN FRANK
I.....
i" i All I 're md All Pel n Hiv-
ing claim- or Deman I- \* t a ild
Estate
Vou fled an l ri nu .1
I- present any claims and demanda
which you may have against ,l.-
I.it- of NATHAN FRANK deceased
il Dade County. Florida i 'ho
County Judif-s of Dade Count) id
fil- the same In duplicate aid a- pro-
vided in Section 733.19, Florida Stat-
utes, in th-ir offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade Count} Florida,
calendar I within six calendar months inm -ho
the first j time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred
I'at-d at Miami. Florida
day of December A I" \9'i
BEATRICE FRANK
A- Executrix
First publication of this notice of
li. 82 das of December, l72.
Arnold Fein
Attorney for Executrix
130 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach. Flit
12/23-29 1 -,-!I
IN THE COLBNTY jjDGE S OCUJfiT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No 72-5929 (Pnmm)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I:. RE: lv i.i'-
SIM El IN \\ ( 'I.I'MAN
I...... >l
To All Credltoi and VII Pert Hiv-
ing claims or Demanda i
Estate
You .ii- hereby notified and r--
'tuireit to present any claims and de-
mand* which you may have agalnsl
the estate of SIMEON WOI.FMAN
leceased late of Dads i ounty, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges ol Dade
County, and file the same In dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.-
m. Florida Statutes, in then- offices In
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within sll
months from the time ..f
publiral..... hereof, or the Mini
be barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this s
of December. A.D 1972.
Bernard N Wolfmun
Renee W Madfia
As Co-Executors
First publication of this notice on
the IS day ot December, is7j
George .1 Tallaaoff
Attorney for Ex.-, utors
4".' Lincoln Road
Miami i:*-.u b. Florida
12 ir.-jj-2s 1/5
win
day
this 15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 726'93
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Esl He ol
SA MII'I. II T \l l,EY.
I iei eased
T \ Cred rs and Ml Pi rsoi
11 \ or Demnnds
Ac.hum Sn 'I Estate
You ii-- hen bj no ifled and require,1
in preseni an) claim-- and demands
which you ma) have agalnsl the estate
,.f SAMI'KI. H TALLEY, d.-c.a.-e.I
late ot o.ole t'ounty. Florida, to the
Couno Judges of Dade County, and
file th.- sanae In duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 733.16. Florida Stat-
utes, in their offi. o mi the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida.
th
within six calendar months from the
tune of the first publication hereof, or
he same Will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Itth
:.y of December. A l> 1972
m j KopEi.owrrz
As Executor
ATTENTION
[ATTORNEYS!
fOK MtSStNCia SfffVlCf
' knisl fkradian
Isolicils your legal notices.
|We appreciate your pa-
|lronage and guarantee ac-
.urate service at ideal
Jates.
Oial 373-4605
AS r-xecuior
First publication ol this notice on
the lr.th day of December. I9TI
EDWIN M (HNSni'Efl Esquire, -f
MYERS, KAPI AN I'i'ltTEl!.
LEVIN80N A KENIN
a i t.o ney fi ir Executor
Suite 1"< II"." B.W First Street.
Miami. Florida 131 ::>
,., |-,.__.._... i -.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTICE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-25983
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Th.- Marriage .d
IOME ANTONIO (Jl'ZMAN.
ami
MAItIA Jt'LIA Ol'ZM \N.
TO MARI A 'ill \ Ol'ZM \N
I lv: Summit .^ eliUe
.i. Clly, New Ji
yor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
...... uiion ( youi
iKe has md
i url md vou
... r j in rll -
lo 'i n ii vl:-
il |i i i: \ >i: I for Pi
uliln f2li \\.
I St reel Miami F
. .
,pvi styled u hi fore Feh
thi.....I' '-"i11 l" '"'
. ., ,i ,.-.,iii-i you for the relief
,,- ,, ...| for in the '" '
\\ ITN I !SS nu hand and I
\ Florida ''
j,, ol I '
i: H I.EATHERM IN,
As Clerl I I ult < "out t
1 |, i .u l ------la
Bs H M KISSKE
A- iniuitN Clerk
ICIrcUH Court Seal i
HAROLD CEASE ESCJ
2720 w..-i Flagler Stn I
Miami Florida
Attorne) Petitioner
u-i
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-?5'39
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
\HTliri: Y< H'NCl
llusbnnil
and
miiitl \:\ -ii: v\' > tni;
w
Ti Shlrli > Jean Youi
I:. i. I'nki
V..|- ARE HEREIN NOTIFIED
for D ii
n filed nu ai d
. required I
f any. I
S t a n I e> r '
\ \\
I Street. M 'I
rue thi with ihe lerk f thi
i url "ti "i 1
., i -. I97J other" > di ,.u I
n-IH be enti igalnst you r>'i il
r. li.-f demanded In the mplninl or
pel il i.oi
This nolli shall be published nnci
each week f.-r four itinaecutlv* weeks
in THE JBWI8H FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS nil ban.I ami thi
said court at Miami, Florida on this >>
dn\ of December. 1972.
E H l.KATHF.UMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dude County, Florida
!t> c P COPEI-AND
As Deputy ci.-rk
(ClrCUlt Court Seal)
Stanley E Oondman
ISM N w li-'ml Street
Miami. Florida S317 99I-S93I
Attorney for Petitioner _
1- 15-22-39 l S
TrMTME CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
No 72-25257
IN RE Ad,.mi, ii by
HERBERT RANDALL WEBB,
petitioner
NOTICE OF
ADOPTION PROCEEDINGS
Ti i .li IE WALKER
Route 3
Deel wood, i lenrgla
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTIKIED
that a Petition for Adoption and
Change of Name for the minor child
mentioned In trie Petition has been
filed against you and you an reoertred
to ~ei v. .. COP) "' youi w i it tin de-
lf any, to II on LARBON AND
MARVIN Attorneys for Petltlonei
d In 777 S'orthwesl 72nd
Vvenue Miami. Florida 331ZX. ana fIP
i,, ,.i iginal with thi < ': i of thi
i.....- led "oui i on or befon ihi
,-,.], ,|nJ ,,: ii.,- ( 1973 otherw i>-
., iu'lutii- : ma) I.....ntered agi.....I
v,, |.,i ihe rellel di manded In the
! Ion.
Thl none, shall be published nw
i.....nsi utlve w !,- li
dlan
w n I :ss m v hni 'l bi n si
- .| .\.u" it Mian D di >" -
Uth daj Dt i n
i: u i.f:athf:rman
i | Fii ult Courl
llv II .1 F.o
| i.mi : \ .
lit I irt S
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-25141
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The M.m: i -.i
I i 'IIS .1 i SI'llX .. Ilu i
and
SA RAH (il'IDO, Wife
TO MRS SARAH F.l'IDl
7 An ; ne II": >*., \
Rivei \ 7
New Orieai ,
YOl ARE HEREin NnTIFIED
hut an action for D dui f Mai
has bcei f led ag nsi n I
'. ii ....... ult .\ *
your written defei
ANOFJI O A All ntl....... !'.
i, i .. .. |
IS Wi : Flauli r Street Mini

court on nr
Januai > F i '. otherwise a
default will be entered ag:i si you
foi Ihi rellel di mandi d it
nl.ioit ,,r pi i
1 ii.. nail be pul hed
each week foi four consecutive weeks
THE JEWISH Fl ORIDTA s-
WITNESS nu hand and Ihi seal of
aid ourt al Miami Ftw In ot this
t 'i. \ .. i ml "7
B II I EA rilERMAN,
As Cb rk, ,n Cuurl
Dade Cou rid.i
Itj I' I ALEXANDER
y Deputy Hi
i '' 11r : Si
l.NOEl t> A \i :
i w !' Street
....
\ttorni-i l.....
':
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring; lo -meaieo
in business under the fictitious name
of PELICAN LOl'NOE at 731U-14 N B
Snd Avenue, Miami. Fla Intends '>
register said name with thi Clerk .f
Court ,.i Dade County,
the Circuit
Florida
FRANK I IN I1AC7 v
GABRIEL AI.RAN
Ml" im !: man
lltnrni
' ''" S H i I AvetiU
___
NOTICE UNDER FICTI-IC^S
NAME LAV.
v' '..... IS HI t
Ih. ui ring i
In bn
F ClVII SI i
UI <
, II
IN \ VCEVT
ME
IT
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN Tuf rii'CUIT COURT 01
ELEVENTH ,H DICIAL CIRCl
OF FtORlPA IN AND FuR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL AfTirs ."
ACTION FOP DISSni I.TION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
TDK MA RRIAOE >F
ri i\ \ w I.EKACII. WIFE
and
RACHMII l EK mm
Ti RACHMII. I BK veil
I:, sideiu I'r.know n
YOl' ARE HEREBY
n a, lion f"r Dissolution of Mar-
riage has be.-n filed against you and
you are required i" servi h copy "f
your written defenses, if any, t" it on
HARVEY n FRIEDMAN. ESQ., at-
torne) for Petitioner, whose addn
Is t'-'n l.ii.....In Road Miami Reach.
Fla and file th. original with the
(lerk of the above Mvlc.l ,UH oil or
before January 31, I97S: otherwise a
default will be enter.-.! agalnsl 1"U
foi the relief demanded in the com-
plain! or petition .
This in.....e -hall be publl-be.l once
each week for fOUl i oll.-ecutiv. week-'1
In THE JEWISH FU'RIDIAN
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
said courl at Miami Florida on this
i-i na) "i Dei mber, 1972
E It I.EATHERMAN.
A- ci. rk. Circuit 'ourt
Dad.- County. Florida
Bs i snef:i>en
A- |i.t'ill\ Cl.rk
n'n, nil Courl Seal'
HARVEY l> FRIBDM W ESQ.
*: i ini il.N Ri v M
MIAMI BEAi H Fl >l:ll i v
\ i,ii ii* \ for PelItloner
12 29 I a-12-19
NOTICE OF ACTIOV
CONSTRUCTIVE SERViCE
(NO PROPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT r-F TE
ELEVENTH JL DICIAL CIRC T
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 72-26"03
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN' RE TH B v \l:i;' v ;k iik
WILLIE IAMBS CFTl-Elt
and
MINETTE FT1 BR
TO Mlnetti Cutli r
(Ri -' t:
YOl' \':': HEREBY M
I ,- tlnn for Dlsi lul n
In i gainst ird
you are n u erve a
\ in- rtlti y. i
in i i." .- ..--..
i |ii] N
Avel u. M am F'- '
nul w 1th th.
I -.
,
ou ih<

. shall be publ
a'
i THE JEW ISH Fl i "IMD1 vN
\\ ITNESS ms ha '
I Mliim F i
Ihii _'v dnj l iei eml. '"7.
i-: n : eathi:rm y\
\ n i 'lei Cii ult Ci iQi
Dnde Count\ Floi
Hv C P inl'l-I.AMi
As Denuly clerk
M IT ED j ii 'ircuil out Seal i
BTi >NE S< 'STCHIN
Pavid E Stone
Ml N \\ 12th Ai Ml
Attorney foi Petitioner
1 S-12-1 2
iml. Fl i
I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTIl i: IS HEREBY civ KN thai
1. undersigned desiring lo engaps
In in in. nu.lei ill. fictitious names
. .Ml v Ml SHORES T \ A El B<'
TRONR'S. MIAMI SHORES TV.
MIAMI Sib "IS El l-'TI.'i INICS
NORTH TOWN TV at 971S N B 2nd
\i .nu. Mian Shi 'In Ini ml-
..... I nnnv M Ihe Cler*
en ii i Courl '' Dndi 'ounty
da
\E|.Sii\ SOrTIIARP
VRTH1 i: \1 K MM ICK ESQ
U t ornev 1
i i \ \\ I7tl \ ui >
- L>;. .... i -
NOTICE UNDER ICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKHKRI IHVE?
tb. und
i, ii- ..in.
a pi WINDOW SAI BS ,v KKRVICR
.,i f.n .:.' N \\ J2nd \% i nui Miami
|.-l intend lo lei -aid name n Ith
ihi. ci.-rk -!" Ihe Clrcull Courl of
Mob- t'ounty, Florida
I )-. .pi i| DO I'l S'l '
I INEI.IH lii'ME/
12 15-22-29 I '.
NOTICE I'NDFR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby oive>
. i i |i ring I eni
Under Ihe flctll u
mesi>amf:s finesse bs< drt ser
VICE al 120 Lincoln Rd Miami
i:. a, b. Florida Inti ler said
ahIi tin- Clerk of ih.
Courl "f Dade County. Florida,
Morgan
ROBERT H BI'RNS ESQI'IRB
I......s for Mesdames Finesse
Bsi ,,i 1 Se| > I, ,-
42H Lincoln ltd
Miami Beach. Fla.
U 22-29 I ".-1J
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. 72.26T9-4
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
i\ RE:
XICHl 'I AS J \ A' il-IBRI, lit
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^Jewish Floiridian
:..., Florida Friday, Januaiy 5 1973
Section B
EUEWIESEL, DR. KAMINETSKY TO SPEAK
Kabbi And Mrs. Gross To Be
Feted At Academy Dinner
Dr. Kaminctsky
1. H. Kanttr
Hie Viieitl
rh Florida Jewry will pay
'o Rabbi and Mi-s Alex-
S Gross Sunday night at
h annual scholarship din-
the Greater Miami Hebrew
my, A capacity audience ol
j I .^O persons i expected to
. i the S12S-a-couple banquet
' Deauville Hotel In honor of
an who has served as pi
the Miami Beach school
its In ption i ouai ter of a
an I hit wife, Shirley.
'' Internationally ac-
I tuthor and >f the
for the freedom of Soviet
win Ik' the >-i st s;>< aker.
Josi ph Kan ineteky, nal
of Torah I'mesorah. the
inization of Hebrew
.ila w II] i t< -n.i : etinga
ill ol the movement. Rabbi
a r es as a re hail -
rid nations vice | n tfdent.
ph H. Kanter, general chair.
lini i sal 1 the o er-
in iccess ol ticket sales
ban |ue1 a tribute to the
In which the entire com-
Rabbi an "
than 50 persons who have
Minted $*;i3 or more to the
m '.v Academy's scholarship
m'.i be inducted as Academy
's Proceeds from the din-
: and from members of the 613
' Corps an' used to provide
irship assistance to a ma-
> of tlie more than Ski stu-
Mr. Kanter sakL
iiu 60-voice Hebrew Academy
hoii will present an original can-
"The 614th Mitzvah." writ- \
ind directed by Jaek Donner,
t principal and former
II director of the Deauville
U
Special presentations will be
by Irving Firtel, presidenl
the Greater Miami Hebrew
> and by Mi-s. Leonard
president of the Hebrew
j Women, B. I. Hinder.
in of the board of din ctors,
a ill extend greetings in behall ol
" low officers,
i David Lehrfieid of Knes-
! will offei the invocation
I ir Abraham Seil will lead
the ring of the national an-
il Israel and the United
St '-
Toasts to the United States, Is-
rael, Hebrew Academy and "the
' xl quarter century" are sched-
uled to lw> made by I. H. Abrama,
te chairman of the board;
Joseph Cohen and Oscar B. Scha
both vice "residents of the
Hebri w Academy.
ir Mamber, a vice president
and chairman of the dinner cabi-
net, will offer the hamot/a and
Samuel Reinhard. senior vice presi-
" will lead the grace.
Louis Merwitzer, honorary prof-
Wi t who worked with Rabbi and
Grots for almost the entire
its of the Academy's growth.
ter a special tribute. Mario
Egozi, president of the student
^y. will speak briefly in behalf
f his fellow pupils. Rahbi Solomon
Schtff, director of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation's chaplaincy
service end executive vice presi-
Commisstoner Harry P. Cain.
Mayor John B. Orr. Jr.. joine the tribute to the smith's largest
Hebrew day school which has
rown from six students in a con-
verts garage to its present posi-
tion as a focal point for Jewish
education In Florida.
Rabbi Gross former national
president of the Rabbinical Alli-
ance of America, has been in the
forefront of such causes as Israel
Bond- and the United Jewish Ap-
peal for the 25 yean winch have
marked the simultaneous growth
of the Jewish State and the He-
Dr. Jack J. Greenberg. (left) chairman of Mount Sinai Mec.
cal Center's Department of Thoracic and Cardiovascu.xr
Surgery, was special guest speaker at a recent Mount Sinai
Development Fund seminar at the Deauville Hotel, hosted
by the President's Club of Miami Beach. Following Dr. Green-
berg's lecture on cpen heart surgery, development fund
rector Ted Safian gave a talk on the medical center's current
S33 million development project. They are shown with Presi-
dent's Club president Irving Cypers.
dent of the Rabbinical Association,
will offei the benediction.
T5i<- Dade County Commissioners brew Academy He has also hcl|>ed
proclaimed Sunday as Hebrew to start new day schools in South
Few Jewish Converts Seen
In Newest Campus Survey
Academy Day in Greater Miami
on motion by Commissioner Ed-
ward C. Fogg III., sccondid by
Dad.- and Broward counties, in
New Orleans and around thi na-
tion.
BARHI AMD MRS. ALCXANDIR S. CROSS
By Special Report
WASHINGTON, D.C Cur-
rent surge of Christian evangelism
is finding few converts among Jew.
ish college students, a B'nai B'rith
survey ol 80 American campuses
disclosed this week.
The study, conducted by Hillel
Foundations to assess the "extent
and significance" of the Jesus
movement at colleges with pro-
portionately lare Jewish enroll-
ments, tound only a "neglij
percent i : of Jew s attracte I I
fundarr >nta -t aj als, altho
: missionary acti\ itj
: irti I at 50 ol tl
The findings, released a1
B'nai I tl
ard ol ;om rnors, challei I re-
vnl that as mai
7,001 Jewish you I i are I i
..-. tianity each yeai
I rr. '. Hillel n
:
zealousl) ovei blow n in tei i i
a.-:. oil) ge student-. IVh.
aggressive Christian proselyt 't ;
inherently constitutes a th: m
the realitj >: Jewish studei i -
action "does not justify some >f
the rising fears and alarms
Jewish community." Dr. Z pe
said.
He n iected the contenti
spokesmen for some Jewish
who have suggested that th
in evangelism is "makinc
i Jew ish disast r
th
the facts," Dr Jospe mail
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Others re
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Friday, January 5. 1973
Histadrut. Eoundation Launches
$5 Million Mortgage Drive
FiiNwrintVtnf of p^o-p tbnr
$750,000151 units at $5,000 each
Wtll i'tnii' .hum at a national
Farewell Tribute to Gen. Yitzhak
Rabin at the Fontainebleau Hotel
Saturday night. The Israel Am-
bassador to the United States,
scheduled to return to Israel at
the end of the month, received the
first Isiael Histadrut Foundation
Medal of Honor before 1,300 per-
sons.
In honor of Ambassador Rabin,
commandwer of the Israel De-
fense Forces d<:ring the Six-Day
War. the Histadrut Foundation
officiall.' launched a Mortgage
Fund to provide housing for vet-
trans of the Isiael army, navy and
air force.
The $750,000 in contributions
towards a goal of ?."> million foi
the Mortgage Fund were sub-
scribed thtoi :h Histadrut Annuity
Trusts. The trust agi e m nts paj
a i fc income of 8.5 e cent inter-
I ..:::; all I > donors.
Histadr: I construc-
tion on $53 1 lioi
Israeli veti j oung mar
de $ '
in I "
in 5 raised ir
1 I :. '
1 of Ihi
1 1 ."-.: 1
it ion Stein >
'.. '. -.1 lent
!::' thi iJioi to "Ra\
Aluf Yitzhak Rabin for exemplary
ihiu a Israel
assadoi 1 1 he United Statae<
as Con n thi Israel
; .<:, rise Fo ces "
Dr. Kroti 1 haii mai
w......r< oi the rsrael R01
( realization, rfei Ian d, "Un li
Ambassador Rabin's leadership.
relations between the United
States and Israel have been the
le since thi stablish-
nl oi the Jewish state [1 Is
thai hi :''nrerp
. the Israel
es s I be inifestcd
osil 1 it l suet ess-
nchin lortgagi
F i
in
not yet al hand in I
East. 1
-
em
''' ;" ind moi t-
0 r-ri it thi
I majoi effort l Itee dil
fe: pn 1 I el tveen [si ael \ el 1 -
lie Jewish new immi-
>.-:, nts.
Q n. Ra' n that each m w
rant to Lsrael automatically the Mortgage Fund, ami presented
diplomas to thai efl 1 \ ------'
dor Kabul was inducted as the
first member of the Chartei
Founders
immigi
receives and is guaranteed ade-
quate housing, job training and
Otter benefits both from the Israel
overnment and from charitable
organizations, but the Sabras do
not receive even one half of these
benefits.
While it would be totally un-
'~r>ir for Is .'"I to i'se the vat
lunds channeled to Israel for ab-
>u.,,iioi! ui ucm inuiugiaiitS in
. i hail of our veterans, I wish to
!* among "huso who will champion
immediate methods of pioviding
-imilar benefits for Israeli veter-
ans." he said.
More than 50 indivi uals were
installed as Charter Founders of
Dr. Stein said the Israel Hista-
drut Foundation will held its
! eighth annual national Mid-Winter
Conference in Miami Beach Feb.
13-15, and that efforts to secure
1 additional contributions to the
1 Mortgage Fund will be made
throughout the United States,
Several of those becoming
I Charter Founders contributed
more thar. one unit t" the Mort-
gage Fund: amounts tanged
510.000 to $100,000.
Gen Yitzhak Rabin. Israel ambassador to the United States,
left, receives the fart Israel Histadrut Foundation Medal of
honor from Dr. Leon Kronish. (right) national chairman of
the board before 1,300 persons at the Fcnlanebleau Hotel.
Looking en are Dr. Sol Stein of New York, (left- national pres-
ident of the Histadrut Foundation; Moe Levin, chairman of
dove'opment, and Sam Feins'.ein, president of the Israel
Histadrut Council cf South Florida.
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Friday, "anuary 5. 1973
+Jenisti Fhrkfiaw
Page 3-3
CONSLS GENERAL IN JOINT EFFORT
Israel Rushes Planeload
Of Food To Aid Managua
\ > o id too' cartons for
,-ictims ol the Managua
,. 11 thqiti was sen! i<> the NIc-
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tin- wreck. The
the inscription,
to de [srael
foo'. from the State of
ienera Benjamin Bon-
iel and C >nsul General
\! Nicai i i joined
: tii- -i; imenl ofl from
rnalLpnal Anport,
j m ho flew here from
event, said "Is.
(.: I1-,- tra fie tuation
\. a:-!i i| i,, help allevi-
the suffeiing i>\ sup*
.. i;ii :<>, !
-h: food i" the ai -
iy thi I v., i,.-
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ol the 1 i ;
BIKJAM'N tONtttV
Y.-Mtntial Condominium Plans
l\i:li. In Israel'Celebration
\ ,; n !' nh, Mi.
C i an | civi '
i. <.,
: 5 II
v the Presidential
i. < I I >. an l' .\u-,
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..... ll the Night in
1.! foi H
' pati' rf the Miami
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' denl al Israel

Tl R Pota >..... '' .1
the I -: i lit: il | | \<.
ition i- \ in nt ol Beth
.Taeob Synat;i n ii Miami Bench
Hi' si the Tel
Haahoiner v-n Ho*oital in U-
a< I fi)l two yea: an I
cears was ritual dii
era
Hi.
George Kotin To
A George X. Kotin, writer anil
I'vtiirev. will ii.l.jress tj, rembr.s
'i Brandeis ZiomsT District, Zion-
ist Organization ol America, Sat.
i:i'lay al S p.m. in the Washington
Federal Auditorium. 1133 Nor-
rnandy Dr., Miami Beach, accord-
ing to Louis Hoberman, president,
riic evening's agenda will also
include music atnl refreshments
Mr, Kotin. whose topic will he
The Importance of U. s. Involve-
ment in Israeli Progress," is a
iai ve of Chicago who retired to
Miami Beach in I'M'-* ami now
'm<- a- president ot the Forti
lowers Men's Club. A graduati
if Kent Colli ge of Chicago and the
'hicago Law School, he practiced
low in Chicago lor 17 years. He is
life member ol the Field Mu-
seum, and has been active in thi
''.(>..-V. B'nal B'rith and many
nther Jewish organizations foi
nany years.
The social hour following the
iieeting will be sponsored in honoi
il Mr. ami Mrs. Isidore .1 Riffkin
and Mr. and Mrs K/ra !- in.
v lio are celebrating their 56th
wedding anniversai ies
DRI /.H soldiers are now Join-
ing regular combat units. Kome
ol the Drn/e n emits ol the
group who joined up last week
were sent directly to the ar-
mored corps, the artillery, the
tiolani Brigade and the Navy.
I'ntil now. Druze men served
onlj in the minority unit, with
a lew exceptions. The illinorit>
unit will i iiiiiinii. to exist.
.' ha! fe \ nationally cele-
i -. '-i and -a'' >n
lew .* e a special guest cnte"-
h Nighl in I-1ael"
The tion is
h '. lia i Jewry's on ;oing
I-
: id's anni-
[\<. ndepend
Othei nil n I iponsot
, I
Mis Jen \ \ row it2 Mr and Mrs,
Mien Axel, Mrs Mar> Briller,
Samuel Cohen San Geork)
Mr and Mrs Murray Kam.nsky.
Mr and Mrs Max Katz Mr. and
Mi \. Louis Kr Mi an I Mrs.
Leon Letz, Mr. and Mrs Jack
Prupis, Mr ai Mrs Morris Ros-
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eilfi Id, Mi an I Ml I i S lie
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K on the packAlje means Koslie-r
RS meant Rabbinical Supervision
Jerome Brody To Lead
Miami ORT Delegates
Ji rome Brodj ol 1240 Moi ton |
rower*, Miami Beach, will lead a
lelegatiori of Greater Miamians
'o the 197". National Confen i ee ol
>RT ihe Ji :!-. ovi !i as vocation-
il and t tra a
Dr. William Haber, national presi-
dent of the American ORT Fed-
eration, has announced.
This M" annual conferen :
wliich will lake place nexl month
in New Yolk City, will mark a
twofo!i anniversary, Or. Haberi
noted In addition to the 25th an-
ni\ei-ai> of the Stati ol Israel
delegates ill mark ihe 25th an-
niversary of ORT's work in the
Jewish state.
To highlight the twofol l ci lebr i-
lion. Dr Haber n poi Ii d, confei -
rice speakers will includi El id
!' Hi il din ctoi ;enei al ol Israel's
Ministry ol i dui atkjn and Cul-
ture, a i '. Shlom Shoh m, a I
in one ol IIRT -ii"' i in Israel,
ni ri' e I n Isi ael I im Rus ia
ihis '-' yi ai
The Greater Miami di i
'.-. ill join more than 750 ORT oi -
ganizational representath -
all pan- of the countr> at the ORT
cenclav e slated for Jan, 20 I
the Americana Hotel in New York
D' [Tabor ind' 'at' i The v-
can ORT Federation which now
has some 1 ."0.000 members .vas
established in 1922 in response t
the nee Is ol Easl E iropean Jcva
victimized by World Wai I and
> -1 u or poi n -ii-.
Currently ORT maintain- a > -
continent network of mori i m
7.">(i schools and training faci ities.
s.ime 70,000 rtudents, ran;i:- a
ag from 1l'-> are now at1 ndi "i
p institutions In 21 c tunti -
Funds for ORT's 1972 budget,
amounting to S234 million h
.....n provided by n- m^mbershio
and from United Jewish \..... -d
income, under an agreement *i -
tween ORT and the Joint ;-i -
button Con-mi''
Cholei Torah Classes Meet
The 165 students O <
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flavor!
They're double good because they're dou-
ble crisp. We wrap each stack in wax paper
and then pack them all in our redosable
stay-krisp plastic bag. That's tor double
crispness, double goodness. That's Krispy.
It's nice to know that old friends are better
than ever.
The freshest ideas ^
keep coming from Sunsnine
Quaker
makes the
barley that makes
the soup.
It's the choicest barley grown.
Carefully selected and pearled
to snowy whiteness. Makes your \
favorite soup even more delicious.
Try some.
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fjenisl- ftcridfi^r
Friday, January 5. 1973
Mrs. Rachel Abramowitz
To Lead' Ulpan Program
". appointment of Mrs. Rachel
Al lowitz .,.- administrator tor
'' pan Hebrew program spon-
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The Ulpan system of Instruction
developed in Isra* 1 as a conse-
quence oi the mass immi.
which In to the countrj
more than 2,0X10.00 I pea
s. Through
intensive, day long immersion in
and culture ol 1 rael,
reomers v I
1 'i the ntrj and wen
able to contribute to its dovel ip-
Academy
Appoints
Chairmen
Mount Sinai Offering
Two Special Seminars

within .1
of u
relatively short
MRS. RACHtL ABRAMOWITZ
BOrei in the Miami community by
the Centra] Agency foi Jewish
Educatiop, the American Zionist
Federation, and the Israel Alijdh
Center, has been announced by
Herbert Z\\ Berber, executive
director of the Central Agency.
Mrs. Abramowitz. who has had
considerable experience in the
teaching of foreign languages, in-
< lulling Russian as well as Hebrew,
will be responsible for the organi-
zation and operation of new Ulpan
Hebrew Centers throughout me
community.
1 ie present time, there are ,
cent* in the North Dare area
ai i"i ing [srael S3 nagogue foi be-
ni rs and at Temple Anath
x' n for advanced adults, and
thv ; section, be tinners
d> al Temple Judea.
p ol parents
. th Temple Beth Sholom 1 I
Beach will b
B th mon inj
n Mia :; ach.
'he Ulpan prograi
: foui hours weekly ol
ion in Hebrew, wi
not only to the
bul
ial on of the cultun
t ol the land of [si
ong the other programs
which are undei nsid at"'ii in
the Miami area are 1 Ipanim fo
5] ecialized gi ol indh id ials
either by profession or avocat
ecial progi 11 r those plan-
ning to lour Israel this
and I'lpanim for condominiun
j,\ oups.
Mrs. Abramowitz obtained her
Ph.D. from the University of I
Miami and has been an insti ictor
in the Judaica High School pro-
gram ol the Central Agency foi
jowish Education and us Institute
of Jewish Studies in the ar. .- ol
Hebrew, the history of the Russian
Jewish community, and the period
Of the Holocaust.
She was chosen as a delegate
to last year's international confer
ence on Russian Jewry in Brussels,
Belgium, and has been in the fore-
front for the struggle of Soviet
Jewry.
All inquiries concerning the
Ulpan program should l>e made at 1
the Central Agency for Jewish
Education, which maintains offices
in the new Federation Building, '
4200 Biscayne Blvd.
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Chef "calls them Spaghetti
.Sauces

_ but
mayvinim call
them meatless
mechayehs
When it comes to meatless
Italian spaghetti sauces,
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee* is tops.
Just take his Mushroom or
his traditional Meatless
and add either one (or
both!) to spaghetti, noo-
dles, pot roast, meat loaf,
fish, omelet, you name It.
The rich sauce, loaded with
flavor, takes over from
there. Keep both sauces on
hand for family pleasing
variety.
HOMt STYU
spaghctti
sauc
Mrs. Ti 1 Bodii Mrs
.
Mrs. irvii 1
cochaii mei 1 -
toe for
dinner ol the
brew "!'-
the Deauvi l< II
Thi ii a|
noun< H
the I
':< b] and tfrsj A Thi
al highlights of tli 1
ida Jewish comm initj '
Mr Kanter ap Mi -
' eona \ "
Mrs, Julius .' i:.....n ai ;
Leonard Ros( 11 ,-
of the hosti 5' 1 1 tee
.\ cock I dl rec pti
will precede the
Gritz. president of the Hi
Academy P I'A. and Mrs \ :
president ol the Hebrew A. id
Women, are coord na'i-.. el >'
of their respective organizations
for the banquet.
t Sinai Mi I ter ol
,. *ith
Mia

i Bea

tral


ires In 1 a
ourse is
I by M >un| Sinai
uon with 1
Mi
iivl ( I'nh
1
A : inti
t Mrs I
' Postgrad 1 \;
ation. Mo ml Sii
13CO Alton l
1 n
Beacon Unit Luncheon Set
Ii '
nual !
the
1es.i1
tioi ':
c it 11 10 I
House 17900
M< ej Mai 1 ;i
ill be -Ii-
Nil
Ifff
fMMflMTttS
Wouldn't you like to see your
husband reach for a second cup?
1
Then change to rich Yuban*
for richness worth a second cup.
LtdJnHSed ll b,h6r me When m* husba"d kept turning down
VEttSfihSSSl v V00 900d a wi,e n* ,0 care ab* ~d
ex a rich oeans 9,l^ Yuba"' "'S ex,ra rich ,aste comes from
of trfe world's rfo"h?.^ T* beans from Colombia, some
Ch a second cup C"ee "eanS- Tha,'s Yuban-" richnesa
Yuban
The Simcha
Coffee
CERTIFIED KOSHER


Friday. January 5, 1973
*Jeisiiflorid*?t/n
Page 5-B
Dr. Chaim Potok Speaker
At Beth David Jan. 14
I \\ i "hai I 'otok, author of the
.: est-sollcr "My Name Is
; "The Promise, and
DR. CHAIM POTOK
Chosen.' will be featured
lay, Jan. 14, at 8:15 p.m. in
ih David's Speetor Hall, 2625
S\V Third Avi His appearance h
il the synagogue's forum se-
a ling it- 6 Ui anniversary

\ native oi New York City, Dr.
""'"k ; mma cum laude
'' hi.a l/nk< rity with a
1 v Utrree in Eng ish I iterature
iti i ,i rab-
: the Jewish
; '" al Si inary of America
where he u.i< awarded the Hi brew
an : Honif.oti Pi .<..
'" Potok served as national di-
p '' >< Lea li i Ti lining
Ei How ship from 1954 to 1955, ai
'nte i I the L'.S. Army, s< rving as
; chaplain In Kon a for Ifi months
with a mi and 8
eei battalion on the
froi i lim
he i M I mic v ar 1964-
65 I >: Pol >k .i- on the faculty
of the T a hers In I tute >! the
Semii ;. and simultaneously
sen pI as mana ;ing editoi of the
publication Conservative Juda-
!-'i [i a i; pointe I associate
i ditor of Hi- Jewish Pub
Society in the Fall of L965, an-l
i i. editor the follow in i
year. He has wi tten numerous
articles, reviews and stories which
hav< been published in various
:>. riodlcals.
Series tickets for the two re-
emaining programs are avails
u Miami's pioneer congregation
rr one may purchase individual
tickets at the door. All programs
b i open To th<- public,
Miami Beach attorney George
J. Talianoff has been reelected
to a second three-year term as
chairman of the National Com-
munity Service Committee of
the Anti-Defamation League o!
B'nai B'rith, which oversees the
aclivities of ADL's 28 regional
offices.
CARIH Chapter Diiner Set
C ft of 1 ife Chapter ol CARIH
will hold it- fourth annual birth-
day dinner at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday
art the Tokoyo Gardens Restau-
"n' South Miami
Good Water
for Diets
M.im .ill for many fcljsscsnf w.itcrc.ich
> y. It : in to drink the njjit amount and
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Pcge 6-B
9-Jewlst tkrkMan
Friday January :, 1973
Temple Emanu-Ei Sisterhood committee arranging the Jan.
17 life-membership p3tite luncheon in the temple's Frisdland
Ealircom includes (from left to right) Mrs. Meyer Levinson,
membership vice president; Mrs. Charles Rosenblatt, gift
saies chaiiman; Mrs. Max Dinisman, luncheon chairman,
end Mrs. living Lehrman, honorary vice president of the
Sisierhocd.
'L'Chaim9 Theme Of
Sisterhood Luncheon
Rabbi Srlilinsky
To Lead Puiim
Tour Of Israel
R I M: ,. : S 'h I
lea I- '' '
will lea 1 1 Pu I-ra
! 12 1
r-H) -a !'v
Ton 1800 S Yo ins
[< |ij m I,
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1.,, 1 rh r< *

Ra '
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Is and her "
rhis thai '
it 1 i i .
;.! ill 1 I
-:it t -
I : Al i- a '1 \;- lim ill b 1*1
-. th trai 'i ition an i'
Miami-to-Miatii ba- s,
ea$on rates ap^Iyii
w ith
L'Cltain 1T0 Life) \\i:i be the
theme of the life-m unbership pe-
U1 luncheon to b? he: Wednesday, Jan IT. in the Fried-
land Ballroom ol Temple Emanu-
Y... 1701 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach, according to Sisterhood
president Mrs Benjamin Beloff,
Thr speaker, decorations and en-
Huriassah Groups
Meeting Monday
The Aviva uroup of the Miami
< h:ij>ter ol H.i.la--ah will meet
Monday at 10 a.m. in the hom* 'if
Mrs. John Reich 11905 SW 67th
Ave. with Mrs. Jules Mink pre-
fiidin
Following the business meeting
Artur Cartier, European maitre
d< I 1 'v 0 M 'hez Vi\-
ian esent a
< trat Brunch
V,
IIa< :';i Si -i h I r 111 nil have
a '.. loon
at t! Mrs. Laura
I I enti tain with Mrs
Pa-nett
Wometco Theatres
McQueen
IVtacGRAW
.- KINPAl '
m THE
GETAWAY
tertainment v ill all be centi e'
nd a nitment to ife
Luncheon ihairman i* Mrs. Mas
Dinisman, ivho also servos as lift
men hi chairman, encourag-
11 Sisterhood mi mbers to becom
Ifi mi ml ei and to help support
the many activities f the temple.
W'orkmg with Mrs. Dinisman
are Mis. M -vi r Levinson vice
president, membership: Mrs. Bob
j ite/ark. reception; Mrs. Harold A.
I Levey, gift hank; Mrs. Charles
Rosenblatt, gift sales; Mrs. Mau-
rice Ganz, communications: Mrs
Theodore A Zallc*. vice president
life membership; Mrs. Robert R.
Frank decorations; Mrs. Philip F
Thau, door control; Mrs. Mario
stone, program; Mrs. Abe L. Kin
life chaii nan, financial secretary;
Mrs. So Sliverman, sponsors and
M Peter F. Heller, publicity,
Mrs, Irving Lehrman i< honor-
presi lent of the SUt -
ha I
A To Install 1973
Officers Friday
p Adal h v. shurun wiil in-
stall its I in i board ol
iircetors Friday evening during
the 8:15 p.m sen ici -
Rabbi Milton Sch'-insky and
Cantor Reuvan Eckhaus i':l con-
duct the installation services dur-
ing which Max Waltzman will take
the oath ol office as president ol
the congregation.
Serving with Mr. Waltzman will
be Charles Smook, honorary vice
president: vice pre-'.'. nts David
Adler, membership; Eli Pollak
fund-raising; Harry Goldkin, re-
ligious; Jnst-ph Liedman, educa-
tion: Herbert Aronsnn. treasurer:
Samuel I.ieberman. financial sec-
retary, and Mrs. Jerome Nei
secretary.
Mo "ris Katz wi'l hi insl
ha nan i1: boa d, and Fn I
Moi i .'-, as its vice i -
The Orec Sha hat ....
ns ed b; 11ii
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ADRIAtMA MALIPONTE JUSTINO DIAZ
MONDAY, FEB. 12, 1973
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Friday, January 5. 1973
* Jen 1st fUrkfi&r)
te-rz
Page 7-B
Milton S. Lasdon Becomes
Ml. Sinai's 300th Founder
Rem wned h mita Ian Mill
I.,-, received t'
.. jog
AW. AW MS. MHTOM S. 14S0ON
Pounder of Mount Sinai Medical
Centei ol Great : Miami.
Tin n tired a ,r,i r ice president
and director oj Warner-Lambert
Pharmaceutical Company Joins ;i
dial n i-l-r.l |p I ip ul roan an.
womi n vlibhi nated $50.00
o: more to the meikid center'
do\ elo; ment.
The F< ii'- foi med in 1964
i, n-i-' nl ip t; whoa
continuing In Mount Slna
Breatl> influe w medical In
stitution's Je$t n
Mr. I asdon wa > i- e for
t will thi ified New
. ialii ing
i< i. h ami iment.
the
ii I giilfa
in thi 1 and
.. v Ife S \\ ia h i\ en i esidents
i Mia January.
Mount Sinai |o ns an impressh e
st ol institutions -in I charities
ovei Ing the complete < ectrum of
ncial, ed u ational and cultural
a uses which have benefitted from
be 25-yoai i >ld Las >n Pounda-
lon. The I asdon family recently
inaneed a 14-story nurses and
nterns residence, in memory ol
rother Jacob S. Lasdon, The
uilding is now under construction i
i New York Hospital, New York I
"ity.
"I've watched with intense in-
'erest Mount Sinai's rise from
"s-iital to medical center over the
;,-;t few years." remarked Mr.
' asdon. I'm especially imurossei'
it h the institutions advance-
ments in patient care and research
In the f'e'ds of cardiology ami am
nnvineed our ilonation will be
sed to the advantage of all man-
kind.
"A medical institution," he
Irlert. "mttt have sound financial
ipport and eneouraeement from
ts community to exist, Mount i
Sinai's Founders provide this sup- |
ort and I'm proud to become a i
art of this warm-hearted or-
mi/at on."
Happenings
I'hillip Var.in, CO' cert vi'i'in-
ist. t acher and rtrl inl rian
a ill present i ol w i 'k
for unac ->ii nanii d \ i..'j;i at
12:15 W< Ii < In th< Mail
Librar> il the Mian I >a Pub
lie Librai \ System. This is one
of the programs in the series,
Live Linch Theatre. The pro-
gram v Ii elude I'.'i th's a
Mino B i n'- c Min..: v
I i i Fa a's "Dai e Fs
'. ....... ing how vai lous
count ies ex ess their 1.1 I
lb ChrWt
The Muscular Dystrophy As
soc ation of America has an
no need t hat it will dedicate ii -
clinic at Ja :kson Memorial Hos
pital tu Chuck /.ink at a te i
m il 'i rii ei iii his honor Jnn
2 al the I> amir- Hot Mi-
ami Beach.
Michael I. Franco ha- be >n ap
pointed to a thre --year term a<
a member >>t the boar i of d;-
roctors of the Jacksonville
branch of the Federal Reserve
Bank of Atlanta. Mr, Franco
Ls president of City National
Bank Corporation, a Miami-
base.I bank holding company,
and chairman of the boa:-d of
~sv Vstirmal Bank of Miami.
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the most famous Broadway musi-
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Prot. Henry lllgglns, the role tha
made r's famous father. R-x. ever
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Through Sun., Jan. 7
L
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in
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Tues., Jan. 7 Sun., Jan. 21
NOEL HARRISON
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Performance schedule 4 prices:
Tues., Wed., Thurs., and Sun. Eves at 8:30
Saturday Matinee at 2:00
Orchestra: $7.50, 6.50, 5.50
Meuanine: $7 50, 6.50, 5.50. 4.50
Friday and Saturday Evenings at 8:30
Orchestra: $8 50, 7.50, 6.50
Mezzanine: $3 50, 7.50, 6.50,
Wednesday Matinee at 2:00
Orchestra: $6 50, 5.50, 4.50
Mezzanine: $6.50, 5.50, 4.50,
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Friday. January 5,
Council Of Presidents Planning Session
The Council oi Presidents, an organization oi 257 local
wcu.en's organization. presidents, coordinated under the aus-
pices of the Women's Division of the Greater Miami Jewish
Felt .ration, recently held a series of planning sessions through-
au'. Miami. It formed city-wide committees to coordinate the
On-going celebrations commemorating Israel's 25th anniversary
one is developing a calendar-clearing to avoid conflicts in
lure-raising activities.
Cue of the Council of Presidents planning sessions was
h:d in the home cf Mrs. Allen Abelson (left). With her are
Mis. Marvin Gross, vice president of the community organi-
:x.ion piogram of the GMJF Women's Division, and Mrs.
Irving Lehrman, (right) wife of Dr. Irving Lehrman of Temple
Lr.anu-El, President's Council Coordinator.
!Jco Gruder 'right' GMJF Women's Division North Dade
.*..ea Board vice chaiiman hosted a Council of Presidents
pjanning session in her home. She is pictured with (from
>c Mrs. Philip Bloom, president of the Gieoter Miami Sec-
tion of the National Council of Jewish Women; Mrs. Howard
Novell, president cf the Southeastern Region of the Federa-
... cf Reform Temole Sisterhoods, and Mrs. Norman Muss-
n an, wife of Rabbi Norman Mussman of Beth Torah Congre-
i '.on.
A Council of Presidents planning session was held in the
fccme of Mrs. Arthur Pearlman (left), who is pictured with
Mi. Donald Lefton, GMJF Women's Division Miami Beach
Area Board chairman, and Mrs. Marvin Sackner (right).
M
tfe to
3416 Main Highway
Coconut Grove
Phone: 443-9100
MRS. NtIL f. flANTIR
Jill E. Selevan
Becomes Bride Of
Neil F. Flan tor
Wearing a bead>i white matti
lersey wedding gown and carrying
-ink and white long stemmed
roses, the fmmer JKI F. Selevan
became tlv !>ri<' ol Veil Pmvrti
Flante on Sat.. Dec. 30. The Doral
Hotel was the site of the 7:30 pin
ceremony conducted bv Rabbi [rv
In Lehrman; a reci ption followed
the nuptials.
i h thi ir return from a h >ncv
noon ii Veap il 'o and Mexico I *ltv
the newly-weds will live at 431f
X\v 79th A.,
Parents of the coudV are M"
Tn.l Mrs Bernard l Selevan 135
vaj Dr. and Mr, an I Mrs,
dn> i ; 0 Baj
view Dr.
*l >< nl '..... i
eluded Andrea Arrow, maid of
honor a< i Lin la Rw nfe d Doi
n i Goldstein Ferne Selevan Gai'
Goldman and Debby Knauer
bridesma ds,
I Ii : -. I i- IN'
Id m' si man: mhi
i < e r lsk> Bi"' M u
,-.,vK -. > i. ,;. ha I psteh
m'i Gil Epstein.
A :. t !.- Mia Boa <, His'
il >.! t'>,- l'-j '.|-'
< the I t! 'a iv n I
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luad (',! -ii,,,. r
'' I -i. nd be-
i De'ta Tau
Ity.
II .-..
hi ''.i. i tj ol Miami
T Conductinq A Tour Of
'ewish Centers of Interest
A lour : ,.f .],... ;.i, ,..
' In Grei..... Ml- -, ii| i. i
ini'-i'-t. H \,v t'v> vmvivih ,.,
'Vedr-e^dnv, Jan !>4 Vivian "'
'. director ( \,i-,i, anfl \..v.
Services of the T ha-- announ -ed
Barbara Saxon,
Robert H. Wolf
Married Dec. 16
Barbara Louise Saxon ami Rob-
ii Ha -i- W >lf were married Sat-
nrda> Dec at th B n d
tewish Cent r in Gain. -
Rabbi Alan L Cohen conducted
the 7 "Jl PJ- '''r'"1 '"'
Dan jhter of Mr ah I Mrs Rob-
.....5 ,xoi !100 NE 20Sth St. the
bride is a r*a >t<' ol No
Senior K '.:h School and is |-----
pntl> att tiding the University of
Florida
Her hu bar i the son of V!r and
Mrs Saul Wolf. 2365 SE 173rd
School in Phi'adel'bia and the
L'niversit> of Flori '.<
N.-w address for the couple will
be 3313 SW 11th St., Gainesville.
Tour groups will leave from the
Y." 8500 SW 8th St. at 9:30 a.m
and return at 3 pjn, Those Inter-
estid may register for the tour
by calling the "YV adult service
office.
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Exchange \ otrs
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School and 1- o da C)>lle
Me l: il Technolo Sow ,,
estate sale man her husban i at-
tended St. John's L'nivei sity
The couple will live in South
Miami on their return from a hon-
eymoon in Puerto Rico and the
Virgin Islands.
MRS. ROBIRT N. WOtf
\ancy Friedland
Heroines the Bride
Of Timothy Gundv
Mr an>l Mis Leonard v
1 i dl in l oi Miami Beach an-
nce the marriage oi i
rhter, Nnc Marcia Fi edl n
to Ti "Xithv Nathan Gundy, '. le. 1
in Folkston, Ga.
The bride. Rrenddauejitei
>nd Mi Sami l Friedland i
. 'h!. and Mra Anne Le\ u
f Miami Beach, irraduati I
I ir School and at tei
University of South Floi id i
bridegron if Mi
".ii v. i : i, nd} i
h attend! the l nn ersd
Florida
MRS. JACK N. CALDiRON
TRIBUTE POSTPONED
Reva Wexler, praidenl of
the Women's Division of the
Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
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postponement of it-. Tribute
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Friday. January 5, 1973
*Jeist thrHior
Page 9-B
'
Shirley Gross Reigns Over
A Traditional Jewish Home
Mrs. Cress
S
B> ISABEL GROVE
Fluridinn Staff Writer
Since her mariiaK*' t>> Rabbi I
mnder Gross some 22 years |
Shirley Gross hat presided |
over a tradi-
tional Jewish
home, for it was '
th.' newly wed-
ded c o ii p I e's
dream "to build
a home which
vv 0 'i Id be a
Toi ah center, I
especial!) i o i
young people."
A n I that's
whal the Gross
home has i),'.
come. With five
Idren ol their own, ranging in
now I rum 11 to \\>. I'i da)
ts and Sal irdaj ai exclu- '
"togetherness" times, with
Is of all ages joining the fam-
the study ot Torah.
PetiU blue-eyed Shirley met
: Gross when she was IT and
, idenl ;it the Hebrew Teachers
S ninaiy. He was education di-
Toi ah em i ah hich,
tin* was I of II.>bn m
e
ip ; school
. ten ti nses lo
Uiates men
u sei "i uctoi s
. is one : i '.< a
I.
n the
that time 'years

re .....
l i. < 11 w i Ra G
i tl
pal of the fl Sine i n. I -' has been
i le .' thi school a started
111 ai v has ovei
B dn S nday, '.. inl Mrs
- will be i- >t h inor at
the 25th annual h Innei
jf p. ',.'.. leld al the
Hotel
A: n i'n way, Shirlej has
ked side by s bus-
She has ta :ht Hel
t. school fron eeini
h
el
work
'
B.'Ul S at Wo| I :
!
or. i the inm n -
t ietions which i I I ip the
i ie needs I ii
".. : lul ii.- "
i GrOS9 d JC 18= a*l piVb
1 ns wi .i Shirley and woi .
f.i.-i "i in- program* with hei
no
Friendly and interested in peo-
l' Shh Ii i has i i found hei
position as "The Rabbi's wife" a
b len She and the children have
alw i s taken it foi gi anted that
certain things were expected ol
them and since good manners a
neal appearance and cordiality
came easily, Owy soon became
part ot their life style and they
nev.-r fell strained In the gold fish
bowl o< their existence
Shirley feels a particular affec-
'ion for Miami Beach and its!
oeople, because sin- was received
with open arms on her arrival
here.
"Many of those people are still
among my best friends." Shirley
says. and it is to return that
kindness that I wan) to hold out
P friendly hand to all newcomers.
Most |>eojile who come here have ;
left roots elsewhere, and it is j
interesting that before looking for j
i. permanent home they seek a'
proper school for their children.
I f. el,71 she emphasizes, 'that the
school should also become a sort
of family for the entire group."
The only thing that makes her a
little sad is that "the school has
grown so tremendously, .t us al-
most Impossible to get close to all
the people I would like to make
my friends."
Nevertheless, it is evident that
Shirley's charm and outgoing per-
sonality must warm all who come
within her orbit.
Ask Shirley about the Gross
child:en, and pride and love tinge
every word. In their bringing
sh< explains, "we have tried
<> teach them to i' independent
ind hel. i i cepl life on then
iwn, and lo love Torah, tradition
id le irning."
.Ml five children have attended
:. Hi rew Academy. The two
i i Kfroi 'i and Gila. l,
theie now, with
. 17, nit ii ii the Met
i :h -
i .'.. h e a
educat.oi [i an;
i thci subje ts in w h eh I
interested. SI i 19, Is pres-
nt i) at the The ill igic < "olli
in Chicago working v i c i^tt
,i rabbinic degree and one in psy-
chology. Oralee, 18, is a fresh
at Stern College for Women in
New York and may pursue a
cat er in law
It's a busy, happy life for Shirley
who is still |>etite and pretty, and
hardly looking like the mother of
five, Although .she is soft and
feminine, she has very definite
ideas on how life should Le lived,
at least her own.
Part of her philosophy includes
the conviction that "it is more
important to be concerned with
the people in the home than with
the physical accoutrements in the
house; clothes should be worn for
comfort and appropriateness, not
for showing off, and love for
people is one of the most im-
portant things in life."
Rabbi an.l Mrs. Gross last v. ar
.eceived the Rambam Award of
Mizrarhl Women's Organization,
Both have been honored for their
leadership In SI ite "i Israel Bonds
and numerous Torah Judaic or-
ganizations.
B'nai B'rith Conversions Report Hit
By Orthodox Jewish Education Group

By Special R-|K>rt
NEW YORK A recent B'nai
B'rith report claiming that only a
"negligible percentage" of Jewish
students are converting to Chris-
tianity has been .severely criticized
by the National Committee For
| Furtherance of Jewish Education
(NCFJE) as being "completely
' misleading."
"Publishing sii-h a report i> a
harmful distortion," said Rabbi
I Jacob J. Hecht. executive vice
i president of the NCFJE, which for
, more than a quarter century has
sponsored Anti-Shmad, an organi-
zation devoted to combating Jew-
ish conversion to Christianity.
"The B'nai B'rith'.- error stems
from counting In its survey only
formal conversions to Christian-
ity." Rabbi Hecht said. "By this
definition, the B'nai B'rith ignore!
the thousands of Jewish youth losl
to Judaism through back-sltdlns
or through acceptance ol ( hris
iianit) without evi r being ofl cia'-l;
,...,. i
Rabbi Hecht said that reports
received by NCFJE representa-
tives from various college camp-
uses indicate a large-scale defec-
tion of Jewish youth from Judaism,
one that is Increasing tremendously
as a direct result of certain, well-
financed Christian evangelistic
groups bent on wooing away Jew-
Mi students from their religion.
'The truth is that most of the
Jew.-h students on our college;
campuses today are not Identified
with Judaism and do not have
Jewish awareness." he sail. "Call
it conversion, call it rejection of
one's family; it makes no differ-
ence whether a Jewish youth K-
changes his faith for that of an-
1 other religion or ju.-t Incomes
; faithless. That Jew i- lo~t to Ju-
dai.-m."
i According to Rabbi Hecht, the
B nai B'rith announcement is com-
parable to "giving someone a
sleeping pill when his house Is on
fire "
Show Featuring
Kal>l>i Carlehaeh
Rabbi Shir no Carlehaeh the
folk singer-guitarist will he [< .,-
. ired Satui -1) Jan i I during
the program at th< Miami Beach
Auditorium sponsored b) the Jew-
ish Nat ioi al Fund
< on ->-' -pianist Shn i Fe sh-
ko i- again I | ,,-
lion ol Th. I -. > Are Com
:. wlu h will
lian !'.'. Buttons wl s be-
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the JNF office,
.: Bea ii. I
Tou ore cordially invited
fo view fhe exhibit
JOHN BARBER
RETROSPECT
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January 8 20, 1973
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Hadassah ('.ruler
ro Hold First 73
! uneheon i uesday
'i' il ulass th '' ntet foi Winter
nts hold its fir I
17 the Algiers
lay at i:
An out. n has
pen planned !> the presidin
Its Mfred Tuvin. Tin
will be Leon Fishet
,x :,.,. .. t>| the Jewlsl
n I 'hildren's Service
hi topic v> ill be "Grandparents
"n i i t
on the program is Mrs
Meyer Mints, Pittsburgh lawyei
i.,I member of the Hadassah Cen-
1.1 for u inti r Residi nts. who wll'
Sieak "n "Florida T.i\ Benefits.'
Miss Terry Ross singing star ol
' theatre, opera and night clubs In
Miami Beach and New Yolk, will
enteitain, accompanied by Miss
Sandra Shaw at the piano.
Out of state Hadassah members
re Invited to join the Hadassah
enter for Winter Residents For
information and reservations, call
the Center, located in the Moulin
Rouge Motel.
Academy Women
Slate luncheon.
Hoard Meeting
Hebrew Vcademy Women will
'told a lunche >n an I fcoard meet-
it W. dm lay, Jan 10 at the Mi-
r.i Bea< h home o! Mr and Mrs
iarry Eist nberg 353 W, -iTth St
Mr* l ona ri Ad'i r, pi esident,
rhair the 12:30 d m. se tsion
Five women w receive life
bet ship pins. They are Mrs.
Moreno Habif, Mrs. Anna W
llirschman, Mrs Sen Luby, Jr.,
Mi Fe i\ Rosenberg and Mis
Myron Greenberg
Wednesday's meeting also will
on olete plans for a card part)
to be held Jan 31 at the Greater
Miam He irew Ac ide ny, 2400
Pine Tree Dr. Chairmen of the
part) are Mrs Henry stem and
Mrs. M J. Cohen.

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+jewi Friday January 5, 1973
m
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'Justice For Children' Is
Theme Of NCJW's Program
J. Kell 'i. direct r ol : |uvi nile justi
Islon of Youth Sen
ai I a spe< lalisi in tl fi
OLIVIR J. xeiitR
Junior-Roy Scoot
Group Sponsored
By Temple Zion
jack Livingston
Henrietta Schrtitzer To
Participate In Program
Henrietl Schni t the 3 <-
wh Theatre w I' in the
\

the D i
i'inski (". ib Fi
al
n the Ida I-V--
! School :'
eria, 1435 Di
1 Ave., Miami
ch.
Subjeci of i
alk by L. Las-
avin, author
Hamrhttm Sehnitier lecturer, will be
"The Universal-
"y of Shoh m AJeichem": Hikla
- ucker, folk-singer, accompanied
Paul Yanovsky on the mandolin,
^.ill offer a group of Yiddish and
Hebrew songs
FOR MOOT TRUCK OWHEAS
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7JStdfood .. i ,,. 3)155
hon.|JOJI 124 tl26
Nom,
' Add-m I
i i
i
will be the
the National
ounci] i j w ish \\ omen forum
:: Wednesday, fi
m. at the Vlai riotl Hot< I.
of'the day's progi im will
Justice for Children" and to
liustratc the problem, Pete Hogan
.ill be introduced. At 16, Pete
was a <>ne-bi>\ crime wave But
id if bein li eked up, Floi i la
. ivision of Youth Services saw
ci it that Pete was taken to
\ olusia House,
Alter six months. Pete appar-
ntly was no longer a danger to
himself or those around him, so
Council will explore the answer
to the question, "What Do You
Do With A Boy Like Pete?"
Tuesday evening starting at
8:30 p.m., Council life members
and other distinguished guests
have been invited to a reception
in honor >>f Mr. Keller at t!i<
; ter M ami J< w ish Fi deral i"i
BWg.
Mi. Ki director ol
I' Ol ii! I h i ii m 'I > >Utl
Services since L967, The stall
encj is responsible for delin-
quency prevention, court consulta-
tion, youth coi rections, prol it ui
and parole of offenders committei
ti state custody under the age
oi 17.
Previously, Mr. Kellei served a:
chairman of the Illinois Youtl
Commission, and vice president
and sales manager ol radio statioi
WTAX in Springfield, III.
Mr. Keller is an honorary life
member ol the Florida Congress
of PTA and Illinois Congress ol
PTA. He was awarded the 19V1-72
Arthur Doxier Service ti> Youth
Award by the Florida State Ju-
venile Officers Assn.
Committee planning Yeshiva Day School's annual 3cholar-
sh'.p banquet includes Leonard Zilbert, (seated left) Barry
Schreiber, and (standing, left to right) Rabbi Stanley B.
Weiss. Mrs. Betty Stem and Dr. Alvin Stern.
n a recent ceremony, 16 boys
tween the a-^es of 8 and 10.
re awa'fW Bobcat Badges, the
ir^t step in the'
""jb Scout lad-
'r. at the first
nceting of Cub
Pack 4. a new
Junior 8 o y|
Seoul group
tponsore1
by Temple Zion.
Jack Livings-
in Cub Mas-
ter of the new
pack, which will
meet at the tem-
li 80C0 Mil
i.. frc ii 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. on the
iirth Wednesday of each monMi.
Cub Pack 4 Is non-sectarian ird
as openings for more boys i-i the
to 10 year age group. Par >n -
the scouts aw urged to at: I
:eetu-Rs an t participate in the
tivitii a
\;;:>:v:?:s ...
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Pace l!-3
ISRAEL
Dk ng ovei pledges lor the record-breaking B'nai B rith I-
si Lodge drive for the Century Club are from !c'.: to r'ght
batad] Lou Bonchick, past president and pr33;de:it-e!e;?::
lid Sci-.warzbcch, president; Sam Dembricer, member cf
le board of directors; (standing Sidney Ritter, past pros'-
lent and Century Club chairman; Hy Selig. membsr of the
boaid of directors; Jeny B'.at: membar of the beard of di-
Hectors and Edward Tumaroff, regional director of B'nai
Ml rith Foundation.
Israel Lodge Members Join
B'nai B'rith Century Club
[Sparked by an urgent appeal by
Bonchik, president-elect of
free! Ledge of B'nai B'rtth, a rec-
numbor of iod?e members t>e-
iu' meraber3 <>: the Century
ib B'nai B'rith's inner elub"
Healed to the support of the
>uth Service s of that organiza*
Oil Per 17.
T% pvertt took p'ace at a meet-
v.: of the lodge when the mem-
rs heard the leadership of the
na< B'i ith youth Set Ices
i i /.ill......lent of the
' B'rith (Stria, and Leonard
pre ,i nl of \/..\ the
A- .i result of the
\ 1ting des :riptions
i: repi & nta-
: P'nai B'rith it*
nliri m en i nitment of
h to sup| ii j .Hi acth I-
. s .. Appeal i han-
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. -. Jew ish leei
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In l.KO communities, a :*0 field
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Ucaiben of the committee fo
i he drive arc Lo'J Bonchick. past
president and president-elect of
rsraej Ledge; Sid Schwarzbach
president; Sam Dembtecr, mem-
ber ol the board ol director*; Sid-
ney Ritt r. past ores! lent and Cen-
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+Jwi*fi norkMrun
Friday, January 5, 1973
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Wayne Pathman
Scoff Bernstein
Thane Rosenbaum
*< OTT BERNSTEIN
Scoit Marcus Bernstein w 11 he
called to the Torah as a Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday, Jan. ti. at 11:13 a n.,
in Temple Judea of Coral Gal
Scott, son of Mr and Mrs.
George Bernstein of Miami, i- ai
eighth grade honoi student at Pal-j
metto Junior Hi:ii School, wl
he plays the French horn in the
school band. He is a gra lu ite o
Temple Judea's Hebrew School
and will continue his religious e i
ucation through confirmation.
Mr. and Mrs Bernstein will host
the Kiddush and luncheon-recep-
tion in their son'; honor and
Scott's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs
Jack Stone and Mis. Sivie Bern-
stein, local residents will host the
One.' Shabbat after the Friday
evening services in his honor. Join-
ing the festivities will be out-of-
town guests and relatives from
Arkansas. Illinois. New Jersey,
Louisiana, Georgia, Massachu-
setts, Texas, Pennsylvania and
Florida.
HOW.Mil) GREENFIELD
How ar I, son of Dr and Mrs.
Fiel I, will bee
Bar Mitrvah during Shabbat serv-
ices Saturday. Jan. 6. at Beth
Torah Congregation,
The celebrant is in the i
at John F. Kennedy Junior
High School where he is on the
h no roll, and In the pre-confir-
ition is< it Beth Torah's Har-
old WoJk R ;ious S -hool.
Di and Mrs. Greenfii Id will hosl
thi Ki I lush in their son's honor.
lh>- WEISS
The Har Mitzvah ol Jess, son ol
Mrs. Arlene Weiss and Jesse W< iss
II be celebrated during SatuHaj
ifternoon Shabbat services on Jan.
' at Beth Torah Congregation.
Je>s, a student ai Brcntwood
Prep School, i< president of the
amera club, and i- now- a mem-
ber of the Torah class of Beth
Harold Wolk Religions
il
School.
THANE ROSENBAI'M
Thane, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nor.
nan Ros >nbaum will become t
'a- M t/- ah ai Temple Menorah
Saturday morning, Jan. fi.
Thane i< a seventh grade stu-
! nt at Nautilus Junior High
School.
WAYNE PATHMAN
Wayn K son of Mi. I ee Path
rate his Bar Mit2
ih S iturdav, Jan fi at 10:45 a.m
. Tern; lo Beth Sholom.
Wayne !s a stu lent ol the Con-
ii nal ion I 'lass ol 5734.
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United Bancshares
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United Bancshares of Florida,
Inc.. holding company for five
banks in Dade Counts- and one
hank In Palm Beach County, has
filed an application with the
Florida state Commissioner of
Sanking for a seventh bank, to l>e
known as the United Bank of
North Dade. Location of the new
bank, which will be capitalized for
ne trillion dollars, is .North Fed-
ral Highway, just north of Aven-
tura Boulevard.
Directors of the United Hank of
Vorth Dade, headed by Frank
Smathers, Jr., chairman and pres-
ident of United Bancshares, will
be Fred C. Flipse, Paul Maher,
1 Luckett Yawn, Jr., Lawrence B,
Sheffy, Douglas T. Neale, and
rrney J. Frost Walker. III.
Officers will be J. Luckett Yawn,
Jr., chairman and president, and
Paul Maher. senior vice president
ind chief operating officer, Mr.
Yawn is president of the Miami
beach First National Hank and
Mr. Mahei is assistant vice pres-
ident and commercial loan officei
it the United National Hank ol
Westland, vice president and
ashier of the new bank will l>e
Gail Sholdar.
The location selected for the
iew bank is readily accessible to
raffic from all parts of the serv-
ice area. Also, it is immediate!)
tvailable to potential customers in
he Avcntura section. The popula-
tion of the primary "draw area'
to be seised by the bank in 1972
amounted to 18.500 residents and
is experiencing an annual growth
rate of 12.591.
The United Hank of North Dade
will offer exclusive banking service
to an area of approximately 73
square miles. The nearest bank
from the proposed site is 1.7 mii
to the north and 2.7 miles to the
south.
Research indicates that during
' past two sears the five on
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i the proposi d location ncreas* I
sits by $48 million, or 90 5'
is a total of almost SI
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The six I anks in the 1 "nit-ii
" tanking Group are the Mian
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Miami, United National of Da
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Shula Ben David, a member of
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School and Instructor in the first
Ulpan Hel rev I nter organized in
the Miami area, attended a we<
linar in the teaching
I'lpan Hebrew in New York (
led b; Di Shlomo Kodesh, directi i
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Miss Ben David, who was among
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a teacher ai Beth Sholom for the
I asi eight ye.-ns She particl ati
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Miss Ben David will lead a new
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those interested in the intensive
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|ldren Host Celebration Of
ermans' 65th Anniversary
Rugs Shampooed Reasonably
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Work done to your approval
Call Pat 274-0131 26 years in Miami
pi<1 Samuel Sih i rman,
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i lebratton ol theii
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nd Mis V.
ilortoi
M r. ai
.i!:.I Mrs. Eli
Sih i i man's md-
in the I I.
m ho i> attending
,;.. "I Miami. Jonathan
\\ :ii at i ornell Univi r-
i Sills, a graduate <>i
i. I their great-gi andson
.''_. In honor <>f the
Silve ins ire plant-
ah and Samuel Silvei -
n l.-' ael In I i Go*
ft the oldest and most ac-
ftiists in tin- country, Mr
an is Included in "Who's
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Zionist movement was
iis home itli some ol th<
Jewish leaders present.
pSilverman was personally
by c*haim Weizmann for
the outstanding Zionist
in the United States, a
itn a roster of l.soo mem-
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. Mr Silverman served as
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+Je*ist ficridiar
Friday, January 5, 1973
Attorney Albert Parker
ADL > u%st Qf Honor
Attrney and civic loader Albert
ker w ill be I hi guest of honor
i i the 197.". Inaugural Dinner of
JWVA Announces
Weekly Schedule
Wei'klyvtii-heihih' c-vents for local
Dade and Broward Auxiliaries ol
the Department of Florida, Ladies
V"xi'iary. Jewish Wai Veto an
will include:
Norman Bruce Brown 174: Sat-
urday morning. Ethel Sperling ant
!;<>s<' Kramer will service tin
portable telephone for patients ai
Ihe Veterans Hospital. In the eve
nine, auxiliary and post membera
headed by Essie Kolinsky anc1
Edward Brenner, will hold a
games party for patients on thi
Ith and 12th floors. Gifts will bi
iven and refreshments served. (n
Tuesday, a barbecue pit will 1*
l rninway C^mpa'ny.'inc!, andLes| rlonated to the VA Hospital by tlw
F ly, Inc., and n member of the !>ost-
Biscavne Federal Promotes
Sehulmuji To Senior V-F
human relations needs and prob-
lems.
Founded in 1913, the League
one of the country's oldest and
most respected human relations
agencies conducts its programs
and services from a national office
in New York City and 28 regional
1 flees throughout the nation. in-
, luding one In Florida.
Mr. Parker, senior partner ol
Parker, Chapin and Flattau, is a
ber of the boards of directors
and the executive committees of
nteruate stores. Inc.; Belding
Richard C, Schulman, who has I an.
ALBERT PARKER
II Ai ti-Defan Iioii Li ;tie Ap-
: .. in Pain at 6:30 p.m.
Sal ... Seymoui Grau-
baid i .' i to uf thi Anti-
Lefamation I-ea e ol B'nai B'lith.
I .i- announced Mi. Pai ker. a w in-
1.1 resi li n- i .. ;,e-
' nored iis 'towering
ii \ n 'i.i- n a et ol rle II-
nmmi'i lership."
tt il ute a ma jor hi !.-
light of thi meetin
League's N I I see itive
in ittee in the Palm Bi
Ti ivers a first ol a
.- ies ol signifi ml e ent
th.uughi t th at on with which
nai k its UOth yi
i will i.
in nal effoi t I
in intent, fiml an I ;ram of
ed ioi
itlations ti ci i wttl cunvr,1
board of Bond Industries Inc. He is
Iso a vice chairman, director and.
member of the executive commit-
K of the First Israel Bank and
Trust Co. of New York.
Mr, Parker is a member of tin-
Board ol Overseers of the Albert
instein College of Medicine, a ,
asl national chairman of the ;
Israel Education Fund, a director
ol tli, Joint Distribution Commit-
a i sti e ol Ihe i 'nited Israel
i \,: eal a tlirei tor of the Council
i i Jewish Federations an I A'elfan
F unds, and a trt stee-at-lar.....
the N York Federation ol Jew
i-h Philanthroi ies
He is ehal I the Boatd o
Tiade anl Industiial Developmenl
"orpoi ation ol Lsi a. I, a member ol
ihe International Economic Ad-
visory Council to tin J< w sh State,
and scerves on the Boards ol
Trustees of Bar-Ilan and Haifa
'. niversities.
An alumnus of Col imbia Col-
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irman ol the 19th and 20tl
annual Columbia College Funds
I le holds honorary degrees froa
'eshiia and Bai -lli n I 'ni\ ersit p
is a Fellow ol Bi andeis L'ni sitj
oid an li moi ai j Fi Hi<\\ of the I
I'nlversit..' ol Haifa and has alsi
eei honored b> ('olumi ia (V
\ i Kinsti in < "olli
Vledicine,
Hadassah Groups iVfeeting Monday
number ol i
1 i Hadassah Grou is are
: n tu-etin i t Monda
Hannah Senewh (iroup
ncheoi l noon in the
H a La-
ili ii
Zonist

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Kudimah til on i

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tit, Scopm Group it Belle Isle
* '.....is ; I inehi n i1
I I li >. .'. :.
f the Peli'.le
1 na Free Inian
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I imi.a l.a/.irils OrOUp i
at thi Holidaj Ini
87th 51 at noon. .\ .. \,,w
y Are In Is i iwr,
Hen tta Fin u. ire l<
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Morton Towers Greup will meet
m the American Savings Bank
Audit ii lun at Vlton and Lincoln
at 11 ::'.<) a.m. An original
skit will be presented Mrs Bobby
Indig progran chairn i i
I'hilii Hunt/, will pre idi

Southffiite Group will mi et n
the 1 Rooi if 1 Si hgate
Towei Bi 1 p.m. Mrs, Shirley
Kaine will preside.

i -irt Toners Group w ill
at 1 p n in the 1200 West Ave.
lito .'. Hues- speaker, Mrs.
Joseph Mondres, will speak on
"Israel To-day On Its 25th Ann:
versary." Airs. Joseph Mondres
will entertain with Israel .son',";
with Rose Glick at the piano. Mrs.
JuleS l.ivcni will preside.
ili'j ,
a !l preside.
Lincoln Group wi
in the Cl Bi m .! l'
'. K.i A "This I-
e shown. Mrs. Hilda

Henrietta Ssohl Group will have
ick luncheon at i
it 12 noon. A | il bin
daj i. lebi ation is ilann< i
esi ,c.

v..i\ Harbor Group n ii! hold it
eetinj ii 11:.';
in ic Balmoral Hoi
""ill E, la: ol Skj Laki
will speak on
srael and ihi Peoj i Ai
ble." Mrs, Joseph Si heii
.ii side.
Cedara Auxiliary
Kaise Funds For
A Fetal Monitor
The slogan "Life and Growth'
ha? been adopted by the Auxiliary
ot Cedars ol Lebanon Health Care
i'i mer foi 1973, according to Mrs
Sand) Sparbei president.
Robert K. Pransblan it*: \\"i
lold a board meeting on Tuesda
.: Temple Israel of Miramai
resident Marion Moskovitz wi
leside.
West Mfiimi SSSi Hospital cbaii
nan Jerri Bartlett and assistants
. i!l service telecart and shop lie
atientS at the Veterans Hospita
n Tuesday and Friday.
Murray Solomon MS: Mondav
lella Upton, assisted by Sol i I
ion. will service telecart at tin
'eteians Hospital.
Miami Beach S80: Auxiliary :'
.old its board ne 'tin ai IS1
'ton Rd. on 'i hut wi i\ Jan. 1!
ssi Gibl er v. ;: preside,
Four Freedoms: Auxiliary Pn s
ni Rae Feinstein will shop an
., 1.' I, ed patients at the V'eti a
;'i| !! Tues la-.. Auxiliary
nembers w ill \ i-.- the Hon..
he Aged on i 'oliins A\ ind
y wilting letters for the resi
ents reading ard \ iting with
hem.
\ ii tor K. Freedman SIX: VVili
hold a board meeting on Monda;
the Home Federal Bank Build"
in- of Hallandaic Hospital Chair-
an and volunteers will servia
ii table telecart for patients
at the Veterans Hospital on Wed
icsday.
North Shore (!77: Sunday, AUX
It iry President Millicent \Vh I
Men. assisted by Mrs, Lillian M
-'! oen. will sen ice Ihe
one for patii ni at the Vel
HoS| Hi!, and on T I
' .- Sai i \
by R'Mh Staik and Jt l*i
I insay, will service ib telecai t
for the patients i n We
cm ning, a joint soci I meeting wi.
be held at tin Noi i an ly Isle
. h ni Washington F< I
- r. inss and Loan Bank Bid)
Ilialeuh-Mlaml Sprint; 881: Wil
hold its monthly bre ikfast n
n Sunday, at ^ i0a.it Til i '
Temple "t Mali
\i.e Horrowitz 682: (in TI
i>. Jan, 11, Departmei '':esi
dent Lillian M. Schoen will ai
1 i'i i in lal \ isit and u i
eeted by auxil ia : pn Ion
ell. H 'row ii :, They meet a
15947 '.'! 19th Placi I m Wednes
ay i -. ening \ olunteei will < i-vici
in- t. i.rart for patients at th.
Vetei ans Hosp I
Points Baal : Will hold i
tegulai business meeting on Mon
day. at S p.m. at the (Tib Ho .-.
.! Point East with Presid-ni Ven
Krieeer presiding. During the laj
auxiliai y members ai e In i ha
i.f the Complex's Boutique shop
I a fund raising project foi the
auxiliary,
Harry II. Cohen 788i Will hold
a board meeting on Sunday, at tin
M'- David A Hess ha< been Surfside Community Center, Rose
named to direct the fund-raisin Usansky Auxiliary President, will
""' VOlunteei group \. reside. On Wednesday, at the
' P" i au: Sui him' Community Centei. 1 ic
nev Fetal Monitor
born Nursery,
for th. N .'
Lil ind growth starts in th
Newborn Nursery, and this re-
'! i'i lioment enables the
physician to
pi ne to birth." Mrs spai ber ex-
plained It will be a tremendous
artmi ni Pre .... nt Lillian Selun i
will pa> her official visit;
Harrj ll. < ohen 728: < in .' i
i i .'.eeii 1 and .". p.m. a
party ili I e held for n sidents a
the Hebrew Home for the \
320 < 'ollina Ave., under the atis
cea of auxiliary senior citi en
'ban man Mrs. Lillian Kevoe, i 'i
asset to the hospital's OB-GYN Thursday, Jan. 11, the auxiliai?
Israeli (iroup will meet at 12
iKMin at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs.
Department."
Auxiliary.
will hold its annual tag day
Surfside ami Bay Harbor.
in
Cedars"
12th
Marcus 746: On
now in it. Colonel David
year, operates the I/>bby ThuiS(,aV. Jan. U, Hospital Chair-
Edith Jacobson, education vice Oft Shop, with all proceeds BOiiw ?S? '"o"1'.' Wins,,1,n- assiste.1 by
president ... the Miami Beach I the current buikhn, expansion carfjo, ^" r^V^l
pragram. Hospital.
Chapter of Hadassah. will be
'leen with Biscavne Federal foi l
years, has been promoted to ni i
ire : ires ii din to ai
innouncement made bj E A
i -. ind uard
Mr. Schulman has served vice
t ai'.d assistant to th I
resident for (he i ast three years.
asl : resident ol the Sav-
an.'i Loan P itie !: ations
>,., ii i) ol South Kim i la, eov.
a iii.ee count; area
Act ve in the sa\ ings and loan
.ai l Fed-
t-ial in 1"",N Mi Sch Is a
, i ai ti i membei of tbx South
Florida Savings and Loan Mort-
, officers -' i let} and is ac-
i,w. in the Savings and Loan
Instil He, wl i< h is the e I ii onal
arm ol the industry, !! has it-
i. n articles for the National Sav-
ings and Loan Journal on market-
li ind inhi i Using the sei vice* ot
.,., n and loan issoeiations
A native Mi
in i luate of Miai ntor
....,.'. .. of
" ::! Hi I- a I'f-st idem "f
I .. | .i B'nai B'lith,
tiieh I.....Ity
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Laugning Sing), Iron Die Flederaiaus
BlraossWaltzVoices ol Sprinf
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liday. January 5. 1973
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Page 1S-E
Services Held For
Plane Crash Victims
i
->
>lrs. Kamincr And Son. Jonathan, 2
Services for Mrs. Michael Ann
ICaminer, 27, ani her > >n. Jona-
|han Ada.iv 2. victnr.. of th traKic
crMh in th-.' Kvirtrlipliv late
\ evening; were he! I Wedm -
i> in Tew ]< Israel <: <.'. eatei
! ami, followed by interment in
. tc:r "><* cemetery-
M Kamiier. daughter of Mr.
in I M it. Robert Russell of Miami
[. ach n'vi srann\1aus;hte!- of Mrs
i.; l'i;i ftooiman of Brooklyn N.Y.
rai born in New York City and
' I a Miami a^ a child. She at-
tended Everglades School for Girls
and graduated from Coral Gable*
i !>>. ai <; :h University ol
Mia r.i. where she earned her Mas-
ter'* dtg-ce ii Economics. Shi' was
I m investment analyst for Laden-
bei g-Thalmann and Co.. Now
York Investment bankers.
Riverside Chajrl was in charge
of the arrangements.
B. Z. Goldberg, 78,
Buried in Tel Aviv
TEL AVIV tJTAl Funeral
services wen? held Sunday for Ben PESKOE
Zion Goldberg, the noted Amer-
ican author and journalist, who
died Friday of a heart attack at [
the age of 7X. His death occurred ,
iwo days alter he arrived here
Ironi New York as a guest of the
Histadrut. He was buried in the j
writers' section of Kiryat Shau1 j
i 'emetery. i
Obituaries
\{r. and Mrs. Lloyd Bearnian

Funeral servises were held in
>ik ilii- w k Mr and
Mrs L-'oyi Bearman, > Ei;ewatci
i r Gables ho were killc l
the 'ash ol F i ;h1
: Frid ij en ng
'..'! | J I :
itive Ni -.-. Y. >-k 2' .-
* a i i- -. i .'
-Mi i i .. i.
- Irmo! Mcyer-Wciss-Roa awl
Ark in
Sun :\ors in 'lude th ir son
Keith Howard and Joel r I
iter, Janice P ilsk); his
R in, and
on th< Arna B h-
': M '.' i I I
ii, a York
1 M el v ;i- i'!
> ......nts
Mr. Goldberg was a staff mem-
1 ii ol the .Jewish Day-Journal, a
"irldish daily which ceased publi-
cation in Dee. 1971. He was its j
managing editor from 1924 to 1940
;md wrote a column for the news-
aper for 52 years.
He was active :n establishing
the Sholom Aleiehem House Li
l>-ai\ in Tel Aviv and at the time
ol his death was a columnist foi
The Jewish Week and The Amer-
i an Examiner, a member of the
editorial board of Israel Horizons
ind a columnist forAI Hamishmar.
Mr. ^ iol Ibui .. whose real name
tsas tVaifi was mat i it .
' lui R inowitz, tl da .
iloni A She
... sate when
Dr. Jacob A. Rubin, 62,
Zionir-t Lear'i --Journalist
Fun
II Jl ... .'i ;i: .
wish \a1
, Greater *
sday al ''
i r Ilii! ..iI will in '
em,
Natalie t i nf Mil i .- a aw aj Ft i
ilnj 11.. in -..in. hi In lui from
i, Bran< h, N J Memb. r of Cltj '
->. mid pn-i-ldenl of ljnnn Branch
.I. i-h Centi Survived lij Nona, Irv-
ing of H'imewteini ;niil Morion of MB,
3 axandchlldr Marehall ol Porl Chi ter, N V
Laule nf N V.C., Herman "' Pai
bura. ^ Vh :i-a Di Alex > Spain
Sifter*, Mr* '" Stelnreirn and Mr*
li.......il Pi -i, both of N .1 6*r>
i,, wen held Sunday .,i "THE
RIVERSIHK" Alum Rd Inter-
ml mi wan in si.,1 ol David Memorial
Park
KAMINER
Jonathan Adam. 2. at M K navaed
wi) I'ii sin > >ed b) fiithei Eliahu,
paternal ii.. .in .Hi. i Pallia RsaJaN
and maternal aTandnarent* Robert
and Mm i. Ku M Si 11< ph re
. iinduct< d \\ il ai Temple Iwael '
rSveatei Miami with Interment In |
Temnli l>rael tVmetery wltn "THE
RIVER8IDE" "-'' Alton Ud In
i-h.itu- of ii i in fi in- ntf
SIMON
.'' il Ing airangenijni3 Joj the card party to be held Ian. 31
z\ the Gren' i Miami Hebrew Arndemv cr3 the e loaders
of the Hebrew Academy Women. Pictured, from left, are
Mrs. Albert Muskat. prorram chairman; Mrs. Henry Stern,
cozhalrman; Mrs. Leonard Adler. president, and Mrs. Murray
I. Coh-'n, ccchairman.
Ir. and Mrs. Richard Shack were among the many "first-
nightars" cttending the opening performance of The Prisoner
cf Second Avenue," starring Frank Gorshin at the Coconut
Grove Playhouse last week. The comedy runs through Sun-
Jan. 7. ____ _
Donnelly Sponsors Lecture On Roses
(>ei ti r iein ss id a i ose "Is
.,1 nse' but that's
half oi it Then are large
- .. it ..'v red roses, jjiuk
- yell i'a m mhite roses .
i the; .: all N- on display at
| | Ativei lisin ;s free "Keep
r. i tiful" program Tues-
,.i i i ;. m in the Donnelly
i 20 Biscayna Bid |
. M rtle < Mts. S. M.i Greene ol
| i Rose SJocietv *"i"
i Grov iif And Showinq
I i l '.'inn lly's public sei v i e
ie i. ^ entei 11 *' ''"''
Mis. Greene and hei
are well-known locally
I theii horticultural know-how
for the large rose gaidt n
in. their Coral (ialili '
, aiitnail Of th -
i nth annual Rosei Abloom"
Jhow Fi ii. in-] i s; onsored by
|!' Trop.cal Rose Society, will
1 the pleasure ol grw \'e,
I 11 isis and the salislaetion
Inived from tntaring flower
\ ii mi' a 'ml author, 1 >i
'tuhin i i\i of Poland
rleerei in
ii rI ~r dies al thi
Lwi H pmi iti
i Palestine in 1938 and with the
,utbreak of World War II, ml
nle ed fo sei e n the ,ii w i '
! lattal'on. He s< rved as jnti III-
n and Information officer in
.!'.. ish Bi igade.
iEGAI NOTICE
NOTICE i:\"F? FiCTITIOl S
NAME I.AW
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M iteah, Florida 33nl i int< ltd
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SILVERMAN. Prank P., 63. of !!
wood Rivi Bide Inti run ni M i
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-lavutskv. Philip, "I. of mi O.
Dr. Qordon
DIAMOND, fella. 77. of I'M Waal
injrton A\ Rl> raldi
DORFMAN. II. -si. B '. of 1:1
Uolllna Aii' Blaabera
MIZRAHl. I.-Klnin. 67. "f Hlalauh
l:i\. ralac
SHALAMITH. S. 111. of 35.* <~i' Ml
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KASSIN. Hi- Anna, of New Yni k
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LIFSHIT2. J;uk 56. "I Miami III
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moretsky. Dr Henry M tl. "f
Miami Beach Riverside
PHILLIPS. Alexander. 72, Pern-
i,ii.k.- Plnea. \a viii
Tinsky. Qoldie, 72, "f Miami
Bfarh Rivi raldi Interment .mi
Stnfl i
waas. fella, '. of Hollywood.
Gordon InU rmi nl Ml Slnal
weintraub, Harrj ..f North M
Bi i. Ii I j-vilt
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lit. Riven nV'
BEHNS. Ii- ,r v V. I I -1 .- i II. '
foral tlablvB Rivi i ld
KAHN. I.. I. 7i- i:
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p.. Rivet -ni- Ii menl SI
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braunstein. i. x: ti of
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MONUMENTS INC.
'& 6re/r Dr Claiea* Sabbath
faSW. 57fh Ave. MO 1-8583
*~'Mitsni'i Only Stri-tiy Jewish
Monument Dealer
Palmer's
Miami Monumenf Cortpony
3279 S.W. 8lh Street, Miumi
4440921 444-0922
Closed On The Sabb. th
Personalized Memorials Custcm
Crafted In Our Own Workshop.
iVn at all is in sslble bacaiui
.o.i live in an a] ai tment?
Mis Greene will discuss lh
are, feeding and sho\' ing of min-
,,i re roses, stress ng that yo'
AN grow roses in Florida.
The public is invited to attend
the free program bu1 reservations
re required, These may le made
, honin I'' nnell Advei th ng
iiowa with the delicate UoOffiS.
thai you don't have room
br a rose garden, or that any gar-
UOAi NOTKt
NOTICE of
V/AREHOUSEMN S SALE
Vi.il, i: IS HERFIIV illVEN "'''
, v virtue l"hapt< Sl''
\,.....lated I1U41 i W an I ouai man
w arehoUHi Ii- l>t> "hereli v I
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virtue ol ii-
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Dated at Miami Klorlda Inl
das ; January, '":
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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
DAOE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 73-1*3
ACTION FOR DISSO' UTION
OF MARRIAGE
v RE Man ni I
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and
MRIKI JAfKSON
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.,. tion fi" I llaaolutlon < Mai
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SAVE 10c PANTRY PRIDE
Apple Strudel........................Jft 49c
Friday, JanuaTy 5,
1973
FOOD
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUNDAY. JANUARY 7-
AT ALL FOOD FAIR & FREDERICH S STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
CA. FLA. GRADE A
FRYER OTRS.
LEG OR
BREAST
QUARTERS
FRESH
ICED
GA. FLA. GRADE A' FRESH ICED
Fryer Parts
WHOLE BREASTS
(WITH BIS
WHOLE LEGS
THIGHS
DRUMSTICKS
SLICED
BEEF LIVER
(SKINNED)
HEBREW NATIONAL KOSHER
Salami or Bologna
SAVE 10'
(MIDGET)
12-OZ.
CHUB
SAVE 16'- FLO-SUN
Orange Juice
QUART
CONTAINERS
FROZEN TURKEY CHICKEN BEEF
Banquet Pot Pies........5 89
Tasti Puffs or Fries
10 OZ %
PI
1
FRESHLY SLICED
HALIBUT STEAKS
SAVE 11 REFRESHING
REGAL BEER
FOR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERROkS.
12-OZ.
FOP TOP
CANS