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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 12, 1973

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

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 12, 1973

Subjects

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

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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
System ID:
AA00010090:02293

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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)
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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 Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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"(Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 46 Number 2
Miami, Florida Friday, January 12, 1973
Three Section 3
Price 25 cents
Israeli, Syrian Air-Land Forces Battle
TEL AVIV (JTAI Israeli
Syrian forci attied the
ground and in the air Monday.
1-: iel claimed that Its ieta shot
d.>-.\:i six Syrian MIG-21s in a
d [fight over Syriai tarritory
and inflicted heavy lameg
m Army camps, radar si i-
tions and terrorist oi [ho '
inside Syria. Israel > lim '.
hits <>n six Syrian tanks
Two Israeli x-t:leme uts Me-
rom llagolan and Nahal Suit
along th My I! border, were
heavily sji.lW-il by Syrian artll-
Iit> Merom llagolan sustained
heavy damage.
The latest flare-up .>f fighting
between Israel and Syria the
fifth in the last two months -
followed a series of terrorist at-
tacks on Israel territory A mil-
itary spokesman said an
patrol was ambushed by small
8 near Kuneitra on the
Golan Heights late Sunday; a:-.
Israeli o^iiims1 in the Kuneitra
area was shelled from Syria
territory during thi venin : ind
a second Israeli patrol was at-
tacked by m iH arms fire early
Monday morning. The spokes-
man said the terrorist attacks
were coordinated with the Syrian
Army,
Tn retaliation, Air Force jets
struck against terrorist bases
near Dail and Mazirab in south-
ern Syria; an artillery battery
and two Syrian Army Outposts
southeast of Kuneitra; a Syrian
Army ramp at Nawa north of
Dara and two Syrian radar sta-
tions, one near Nouwekna and
another near Shahabe.
Later in the day, Israeli plane*
struck again, hitting targets at
JDL Leader
Will Be
the Yahiulieyeh \rmy camp near
the seaport cltj of Latakia;
Ami} camps at Tasaa and Par-
tiis. and an Army ianp and ra-
dar station at Karwouse a.
The air battle developed at
noon Monday when Syrian MIG
intei cej an w i i senl up ag linst
Israeli planes attacking th.- ra-
stations Israe said six of
the M Y air-
t i-ait Israel d lied a
Syrian '''.aim that two Is
planes and four Israe I tanks
Syrian artillery opened up s
Continued on Pace 11-A
Mali Fifth Nation To
Prosecuted Sever Israeli Ties
Dutch Government Recognizes E. Germany
AMSTKRDAM (JTAl The Dutch government has recognized
East Germany and ambassadors will be e.\ehar.g>d shortly between
the two countries The establishment of diplomatic relations was
"independent" of current talks on compensation for Dutch-owner!
factories nationalized by Kast Germany- and "unrelated" to talks on
reparations for Dutch war victims, the announcement said.
Resignations, Reprimands Expected
JERUSALEM JTAi Knowledgeable sources say that 'heads
will roll" here as a result of the seizure of the Israeli Embassy In
Bangkok Dec. 28 by four armed Arab terrorists who held six
Israelis hostage for 19 hours before they were persuaded to release
them unharmed. The s->urees said that resignations would l>e de-
manded from certain officials responsible for the security of Israeli
missions abroad because >f the ease with which the terrorists en-
tered and took ov r th embassy.
Goren Publishes Longer Ruling
JERUSALEM WNS> Chief Rabbi Shlomo Goren has pub-
lished h's controversial ruling clearing Hanoch and Miriam linger
of the taint of bastardy The ruling cited four halachic grounds on
Which the rabbi contends the I .angers were free to marry their
fiances: no evidence then- mothers first husband, Avraham Boro-
kowsky, was properly converted to Judaism: even if he was. his
re\ersion to Christian practices afterward* nullified his conversion;
no evidence that Mrs. Langer was ever married to BorOkowsky;
even if they were married. Borokowskys divorce of her after she
remarried and bore children by her second husband, nullified the
original marriage bond. ___________________
JERUSALEM Rabbi
Meir Kahane, leader of the Jew-
ish Defense League, definitely
will be prosecuted on criminal
charges stemming from two un-
related offenses, the Jewish Tel-
egraphic Agency has learned.
One charge relates to al-
leged attempts by the JDL to
smuggle amis out of Israel for
a private war on Arab terrorist*
in Europe, The other concern*
Kahane's letters to Arab fami-
lies on the Went Bank demand-
ing that they get out of the
country because it belong* to
the Jew*.
A senior official of the Minis-
try of Justice told the JTA that
Kahane would probably be
charged under the sedition laws
for writing the letters. He said
the sedition laws, which are part
of Israel's criminal code, pre-
clude sowing hatred between dif-
ferent sections of the ;pu!a-
tion.
Attorney General Meir Sham-
gar, meanwhile, informed the
Cabinet that there are grounds
to prosecute Kahane on the
arm* smuggling charge.
Kahane visited a Druze nev --
paper office in Haifa this we >k
and drank a "toast of -ware
with a Druze leader who had
received one of the threatening
letters.
The JDL head said the letter
had been sent to the Druze by
mistake. But he said he stands
by his letters to the West Bank-
ers; the JDL has established a
fund to aid them in resettling
elsewhere, he explained.
Golda Meir To Speak Here March 3
Prime Minister Golda Meir
will address the 1973 Israel
Bond Inaugural Conference here.
Ira Guilden, president of the
Israel Bond Organization, the
major source of funds for the
economic development of the
State of Israel, has announced.
The Israeli Premier will come
to Miami for the international
Israel Bond Inaugural Dinner
Saturday evening, March 3, to
pay tribute to Sam Rottiberg.
a founder and the present Gen-
eral Chairman of the Israel
Bond Organization.
Mr. Rottiberg has been a lead-
ing figure in the growth of the
Israel Bond Organization and
the United Jewish Appeal as the
two principal fund-raising arms
for Israel the UJA fbr im-
migration and social welfare;
Israel Bonds for the develop-
ment of industry and agriculture
and for the creation of jobs for
new immigrants from Soviet
Russia and other countries.
The prime Minister was one
of the chief initiators of the
Israel Bond program more than
two decades ago. Mr. Guilden
observed, noting that since May.
1951. when the first Bond issue
wa> floated in the United States,
more than S'-' 1 billion has been
realized from the sale of Israel
Bonds in this country. Canada
and other parts of the free
world.
Mr. Guilden. Col. Jacob M.
Arvey of Chicago and Louis H.
Boyar of Los Angeles are serv-
ing as chairmen of the Sponsor-
ing Committee for the dinner in
honor of Mr. Rothberg.
JERUSALEM (JTAi Is-
raeli officials asked the press to
refrain from speculating over
which African state might be
next to break diplomatic rela-
tions with Israel after Mali be-
came the fifth African nation
to sever ties with Israel this year
and the third to do so in a
single week.
OfficiaW claim that press spec-
ulation on future ruptures is re-
layed to Africa and can be harm-
ful there. But Israeli newspapers
carried stories today on strained
Israeli relations with Togo. Si-
erra Leone and Senegal.
The Fcreign Ministry's reac-
tion to Mali's move waft the same.
as that Stated last week when
Brazaville-C'ongo and Niger an-
nounced that they were break-
ing diplomatic tie* with Israel
and alter Chad announced a
break last month. It was also
the official reaction when Presi-
dent Idi Amln of Uganda sud-
denly expelled 700 Israeli diplo-
mat* and evuerts last March.
But Israeli sources had ac-
knowledged earlier that relations
with Mali were uneasy becau-'e
of that country's Moslem ma-
jority and "radical" regime
Mali had no diplomatic repre-
sentative in Israel and Israel's
representation in Mali consisted
only of Ambassador Asher Hak-
eny an i an assistant who is an
Continued on Page 9-A
Chief Rabbis9
Feud Worsens
prim mmisrtu goida min
JERUSALEM JTA'
feud between Israel's two cl
rabbis worsened this week when
Sephardic Chief Rabbi Ovadi.i
V isef charge: that he was
tuped" into signing the mar-
riage certificate of Hano h
Langer,
Langer and his sister. Miriam,
were freed from the taint of bas-
tardy last month in a contro-
versial ruling by Ashkenazic
Chief Rabbi Shlomo (Joren and
a court of nine dayanim 'rab-
binical Judges i which permitted
-
MRS. MEIR TO MEET
WITH PRESIDENT NIXON
JERUSALEM Premier
Golda Meir will meet with
President Nixon and other
1 U.S. government offcials in
Washington March 1, accord-
ing to a surprise announce-
ment made here and in
Washington this week,
Mrs. Meir will be accom-
panied to Washington by her
political adviser Simha
Dinitz. who is Israel's am-
bassador-designate to the
U.S. but will be traveling in
his capacity as director gen-
eral to the Prime Minister's
Office,
The present ambassador.
Yitzhak Rabin, who was to
end his American tour of
duty this month, has been
3 asked to remain in Washing-
ton until Man | so that he
?an be on hand for the Pre-
mier's visit.
t i
ry their fianc
The ruling created a furore
in the right-wing Orthodox cir-
cle-.. Rabbi Vnspf has avoided
the opprobrium heaped on Rabbi
from the ruling although he has
not publicly criticized it. He
was obviously infuriated Friday
when a newspaper published a
photocopy of the marriage cer-
tificate on which his signature
w:ut elearlv visible.
Rabbi Yosef in a statement
issued Monday claimed that the
certificate had somehow been
slipped among the scores of mar-
riage certificates he signs each
week and that he signed it un-
knowingly He hinted that Rabbi
Goren's hand was behind the
alleged subterfuge and demand-
ed a commission of inquiry t->
find out how the certificate
came to his desk and who passe l
it on to the press.
Rabhi Yosef tore the certifi-
cate to shrtd* in a fit of anger
when it was brought to hiiv by
Pinhas Sheiiimun. chairman of
the Tel Aviv Religious Council.
A new certineaU' will be is-
sued and signed by Rabin Ctoren.
Rabbi Yosef is in an anomo-
tous position Although he de-
scribes himself as a moderate
in the interpretation of Halacha
I religious lawl he was a member
of the Rabbinical Supreme Court
bench which in 1969 upheld rhe
earlier ruling of a Petach Tivka
rabbinical court that the Langer
children were "mamzerim" (il-
legitimates*. His open feud with
Rabbi Goren Is regarded by
many Israelis as scandalous.


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Friday, Jcmucrry 12. 1973
r
Cohens To Be Honored At
High-Rise 'Night In Israel'
l
A festive 'Night in Israel" will
honor Joseph H. and Eva E. Cohen
at the tOO Lincoln Road Apart-
ments Thursday, Jan. 18, spon-
sored by the Israel Bonds Com-
nittee of the Miami Beach high-
rise building.
The "Night in Israel" program is
Open to the public and refresh-
ments will be served. General
thaiiman Nat Friedman and Sam-
uel Paseoe said that the evening,
at which the Cohens will receive
the State of Israel Scroll of Honor.
v*ill be highlighted by the cele-
brated folk humorist and racon-
teur. Eddie Schaffer. The 8 pjn.
program wil be preceded by musi-
cal entertainment featuring I.ila
Savitt, itiu-i national singer and
accordionist.
Mr. Cohen, graduate of agri-
cultural school, taught agriculture
to newly arrived immigrants to
enable them to purchase their own
farms. He was active in civic af-
fairs in Woodbine, N. J.. where he
was a Councilman and member of
the Board of Education. In 192-'.
he and his wife moved to West
Hempstead, N. V.. and he became
active in the Civic League. Vol-
unteer Fire Association, and the
Board of Education.
Mr and Mrs Cohen have been
spending winters in Florida for the
pasl 20 years. Trustees of Israel.
thej are both deepl involved in
numei i tions inclu I
the Jewish Nal Fund United
Jew S'na) B'l th, and
the Labor /" nisi Al Wrs
n is a life mi
e memo* both
anu-El, Mi ach,
I 'oni .egatiun l th Isi ael in
I.n i Islan I X. V.
il
. Israel Bonds <'
mittee is Ida Cooper; cochajrmen
. re Fnnn. Saifer, Dora Softer,
Sadie Reiffen, Lillian Sands, Harrj
vuerbach. Abe Bronstein. Joe
\atz. Arthur Kukoff and Nat
Sachs,
Hallandale Outer
Elects New Slate
Hallandale Jew i s h Center I
elected its officers and board of
directors at a recent business I
i meeting attende its 850 members. | WIUIAM SffCU
The 1973 slate includes Jack t
Slegel president; Leroy Weil. W.lliaill S.Pgel
Myer Pntsker and Nathan Gold- CJ
berg, vice presidents: Berl Alstodt. P|**v v PrO-Tt'Ill
treasurer; Bess Schneider, record-
ing secretary; Joel Elias. corre-j ()f | Jj I |t| M<'ll
sponding secretary, anil Herman
Schoenfeld. sergeant-at-arms.
Bernard Kramer was elected
president of the center's Men's '
. Ii and Marian Franklin presi-
dent of Its Sisterhood. The board
ol directors includes Jack Bailey,
Martin Blass, Tobias Berger, j
Charles Feit, Irving Dunn. I
Toseph Dreyfuss, Herbert Frankel, i
Morris Mallow, Nathan Mardell, I
Harold Newman, Al Nagelbet
Al Paskow, Dr. Nathan Sudnou
tel "hami a. ni eon Miti
: and Morris VVi issi
A goal of 1,000 n embers ha*
i cen sel i I im
ha I figure has been n ache 1 en-
William Siegel. a resident of
Point East and active In religious
and civic organizations, has l>een
elected president pro-tem of the
newly formed Hillel Men's Club,
The announcement ol Mr, Siegel's
ii'ipointment was made bv public
relations vice president, Mrs
Joshua Weinberg.
Mr. sie-, i has set v< d as pi es-
ident of the B'nai B'rith Brandeis
two years and was
I building K and pres-
ent Si at Point ist
w i- chairman ol Vom Ha
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Pomerantz Chairman Of
ADL's Inaugural Dinner
Fred P^ Pomerantz, an Indus-1 foration from a national office in
i .-: who is prom:n<-nt in phU- New York City ai 18 -oeiona of
anthropic eirclM, has accepted ap;[:iees throuKiyiui the Unit. dStal -
in ud ml- One in Florida.
Mr. Pomerantz. a native New
* ''" '- hit run.- betv
"' ': d Pa :. Beach. He
: '" in the aj pare] business
II : his adult life, and is pres-
' '-; ai man of the Board of
Leslie Kay. In .. a con anj hi --
' lished in 1945 and on the Board
the Fashion Institute :
j
'' VI ] li r foi any years,
Mr, Pomerantz is honorary chair-
" ol the Nea York AI iL ip
' oi the Albert Ein I
i ol1. ;e of Mi ice rhairman
': F Uows oi Branded L'ni-
1 i trust< f 1 ; ,
i d ''< r ,( rsities, I
rves on the I ua &s ol the Boy
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JWV's Quarterly
Meeting Sunday
The Department of Florida. Jew -
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luarterly meeting at 9 a.m. Sun-'
it the Washington Federal
COT NE 167th St.. Herbert L '
Gopman ol M ami Beach, depart-
nent commander, announced.
a resolution will be offen
thai the L". S. Immigration :
Naturalization Service, in view
i :h" increase in Arab terrorism
roughout the world, "expand its
to expel iir. alien Aral -
iving .n this country who have
ommitted acts oi terrorism in
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Volume 46
Friday, January 12, 1973
Number 2
9 SHEVAT 5733
KUNMING, Yunnan Province,
China Industry viewing in the
new China raises a hundred ques-
tions. Not just whether you are
seeing and understanding the
real thing. Bui also why near-
handicraft production and ad-
vanced technology are so often
mingled. And whether the n alls
unheard-of pattern of industrial
growth makes sense.
TOWAjRD the close of my long
stay In this province that I used
to know so well, I therefore
asked whether I could talk with
- ol the provincial plan-
ning commission. The commis-
sion's vice chairman, Ho Po, a
20-year veteran ol work n Yun-
nan, was duly produced with
bers ol his -' '
(I say "produced" because in
Thai Authorities Set Example
The tightening of security at American airports is a
long overdue step against the curse of hijacking, and the
firmness and wisdom of the Thai government recently in
averting another "Munich" should also set an example for
the rest of the world in frustrating Arab terrorists on what-
ever soil they attempt to operate.
Bolstered by Israel's determination not to be black-
mailed into giving in to "Black September" demands, the
Thai authorities have shown the way to prevent the kind
of tragedy which has cast a shadow on the ability of many
nations to handle terrorism of this kind. The Thais were
fully aware of Israel's policy of not dealing with the ter-
rorists and of the courage of the hostages and, unlike the
German authorities, utilized every avenue of diplomacy to
free them without loss of life.
One new factor which has come to light is the action
of the Egyptian ambassador, obviously supported behind
the scenes by his government, in entering the negotiations
with the terrorists. It may be that the Arab governments,
despite their open opposition to moves to have the United
Nations seriously consider the problem, have finally recog-
nized that 'Black September" terrorism can be as danger-
ous to their security as they ore to Israel.
We Must Not Forget
The easing of tensions in the world, such as the treaty
between East and West Germany, is always to be desired,
but we must not forget that the Communist East German
government continues to refuse to make restitution to the
victims of Nazi persecution, or even, as has the Bonn gov-
ernment, to take responsibility for the crimes committed
against the Jewish people. The venomous tone it has used
against Israel, greater than any of the others in the Soviet
bloc, makes one wonder if the Nazis are still not in control
of that sorry segment of Germany.
As an interesting sidelight to the worldwide moves
toward official recognition of the East German government,
the campaign of the Dutch press is impressive. From the
most radical to the most conservative, including the official
Roman Catholic newspaper, there have come editorials
condemning East Germany for its anti-Jewish policy and
demanding that the Dutch government withhold recognition
until restitution is made.
Bills To Be Re-Introduced
Despite the opposition of the Nixon administration to
the legislation, Senate and House supporters of bills which
would link freedom of emigration from the Soviet to the
U.S.-U.S.S.R. trade program plan to reintroduce them at an
early moment in the new Congress. The bills were intro-
duced too late for action in the last Congress.
Although five cf the 76 senators who cosponsored Sen.
Henry Jackson's amendment last year to the East-West
Trade Act have not returned, the 51 votes needed for pas-
scge are assured by a comfortable margin. The House
count is still short of a majority, but most observers believe
that it will be there once the Jackson bill passes the Senate.
Continued pressure on our government and legislators,
aa well as in other world capitols, remains a priority ac-
tion for Jews concerned with the fate of Soviet Jewry and
their fight for freedom. The economic pressure which the
Jackson- Vanjck balls implies is only one port of that struggle.
Pw ;i'd in the provrnci*s I
was never allowed to see ofii, a j
on this kind of level in their
own lairs. They ahvays came to
my hotel instead. And I till
wonder whether this was be-
cause their working offices were
considered to he overly dingy or
wen rded as secret or
what.)
AS TO the MCCeM "I
province, the figures speak for
. .>. From less thai
hincse dollar- at the
time of Communist victory ln-
dusti.. '' has now risen to
,i i Chinese dollars a year.
' an :- therefore on the
. ol becoming one of the
rich provinces" which really
means the capital-exporting
provinces.
The distribution of the total
industrial output is also remark-
able. Over 10 "r conies from lit-
tle rural factories in the farm-
ing communes and brigades. An-
other 20' < comes from mines and
factories started by the prov-
ince's many counties. Around
t">0'. is from mines and factories
-tarted by the province itself,
and the rest about 10'' -
comes from major industrial en-
terprises directly responsible to
the central government.
TIIKSK classifications, as giv-
en by Ho Po rvflect the original
investment in the enterprises,
and thus a kind of ownership.
The point to notice here is the
enormous percentage of Yun-
nan's growth attributable to
Yunnanese initiative.
There are three reasons why
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'
COMMENT
.,........-
Prof. Gerald Bubis likes to
play a game with his Jewish
audiences that illustrates for
them in living color just
where they are with their Jew-
ishness. I have seen the dean of
the Hebrew Union College's
School of Communal Services in
Los Angeles do this before SO
the results when he spoke here
at the Greenfield Institute of
Temple Israel did not surprise
me at all.
What it literally boils down
to and this, he tells us. is .is
true of Orthodox and Conserva-
tive audiences as well as those
of mainly Reform orientation as
the one here was i. thai the
American synagogue has spent
uch time in developing uni-
illm that for the first I
in our history we are a "faith-
li 9s faith community." Givi n
: lacing themseh es
iini areas:
God Helpini Fellow Jews
and Helpir ;
Mai he i >\ rv helming

And
I on l: m ol anj Jew-
ish audience.
ALTHOI OH
ip in
A in i- consid-
ered by Prof. Bubis "Jewishly
illiterate'' with a "pediatricaUy
oriented perception of things
Jewish, shaped by his hazy re-
membrance of that which he
learned for his Bar Mitzvah or
confirmation," and that brings
us around again to the subject
of Jewish education that much-
maligned area of the commu-
nity's institutions.
The always sound and percep-
tive Malvina Liebman, an out-
standing public school educator,
and a member of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's Plan-
ning Committee, has written
some thoughts recently which
go. in part, to some of the con-
cepts of the "new" Jewish com-
munity which Prof. Bubis has
suggested. She raises, for in-
stance, an issue to which for
some reason none of the scholars
have addressed themselves se-
\ 'Tin r. I- nii v.aj." writes
Mi Liebman, "thai Fed rati >:i
< an hi Ip i I ication i without a
definition i
e I m ans ol ach i v ing them "
li othi r words, starl at th<
ginning What is it we want?
After all." Mrs I
points out. "since li h i..-
shown that the majoi itj ol par-
ents have indi iti tl eir satis-
faction with th( .-in n nt modi -
and standai li U >:, ,,-
tion offered tl
not a
thi mi. R


'
and '
la Is
ii
the
idea ol ,,,,
practice fal far shorl ol
mitmenl Studi nts surelj e
no1 clamorii foi a tti i Jew
ish education For whom,
then, is it a problem?"
WEl.i., prok. Bubis certainly
would agree with her premise
that "the condition of Jewish
(Education should be perceived
as a real and important problem
by the leaders of the Jewish com-
munity rf they are concerned
by EDWARD 10HEN
about the survival of Judaism
s the physical survival
of Jews."
Al the professor's game plan
reveals, from Mrs. Leebman's
perspective, we are essentially
a "faithless faith community.'
no different in beliefs than oth-
ers an in several generations as a vi-
able community.
i'HKKK IS also agreenn'ii'
tween my two partners in this
column that the total commu-
nity .- re presented by Fed-
eratii in has to accept n
bibilitj : >r the survival ol thai
riunit) and, as Mrs
man nuts it. "Education is I
i.i-irv: means of
th's Prol Bubis goes at it
charging most city
atioru with having
a "grievous error" in cai
the Amei lean concept of
aration :' church and stati
1 ; life.
Die fact ng to Prol
bis. t
instrumei I
inity and I
1 in- '
i h as
!. it Mias exeitb
i "it how mu
in the needs of our
munity these two scholar-. '
continent apart, arc.
It is the sad fact. also, that
so few of our leaders listen to
or read people like the Bubis'
and the Liehmans so that the
massing of people in sociological
games will continue to show us
where we are at probably
headed for nowhere while we
comiue to voice platitudes of
atapasr.


Friday, January 12, 1973
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Histadrut Foundation Schedules
Mid-Winter Conference Here
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The Israel Histadrut Foundation
will hold its eighth annual na-
tional Mid-Winter Conference in
WILUAM H. SYIK
M in i Bi .i'h. Feb. 13-13. An-
nouncement of the conclave, ex-
I (! rates from thi the
United States and Cana 11, was
le by William II. Sylk of Phil-
adelphia, national ch lirman.
Mr, Sylk, one of tn fo indei
oj the United Jewish Appeal and
former president ol the Israel
Histadrut Foundation, said all
sessl ins "t the tl conclave
111 be h<"' I al tl F nl tin bleau
Hotel.
Hea Iquai texs ti r the conference
1:.., In i'ii opened in Suil
t:.u 120 I :;: oln Road ling in
W I Beach, h said. >ne of the
n lin thrusts >>f the will
l thi campaign i" raise $5 mil-
ler the His tad i ; ige
I rhe drive t" pi m i le hous-
ing ,ia. i..i Israeli vetvi ins and
j mai! led ci ip w i- kicked
Fascrll, Chiles
Push 'Sunshine'
Legislation s| i n* i I I y Rep
Dante Fascell and sen. Lawton
Chiles. Florida I k oc ats to es-
tablish Federal "Governm nl in
the Sunshine," has been co-
poncored by more than 25 Demo-
cratic and Republican members >>f
the House.
The measure, patterned after a
Fl Ida state lav wo 'quire
t it all meetings >f Government
agencies and congress mal com-
mittees at which official action i*
taken shall be open t i thi public
with certain, specified exceptions,
such as national sec I n itters
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S i tte; the appropi late House
committee will hop fully I old
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Community Chaplaincy Service
Inaugurating New Jail Program
la extendii A moy Elohaj n i A
from thosi Jews in Miami who are ^ohod" "Heai I
without freedom halfway across r.ord is Oui G-d the Lord is
the t to other Jews without This prayer, reciti
" Ion to Rabbi the Fath -rhoo: nl i I- I n tht>
Solomon thorhood i
Greater Mia i .' li itions
t ommunity -
a- part ol thi CCS pro
Ral bi S services
. CCS .1!:.' sewi a I other "\ I
encies to
5 at the Dad(

These prisoi fa nt a
De .. : 1 tin rung 11.
n w leal in the 1 sei dues
' O Chaplaii
S ;. ..- ins
meet 'lien nei ds."
ed.
... ... x
V. .
r opportune
i. had n the
- th>; v ant to knov who they
.1 iii-;."
R cplaineri They ai e
lisappointed w ith
their lot ii ail loi 1
'! swers ;he surge ti 1-
v ai i Jewish identity has
into the |
The 1 "on munity Chaplaincy
Si i \ Ice a benefii ai j ol Fpdi 1
tion's annual Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund |
campaigns, conducts weekly re-
ligious services and utilizes othei
Federation agencies for whateve
sen ices in needed.
Rabl
fore th;
A I s ission a' os
1 not it is : 1 ssi
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a
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heen abandoned b; ; .
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nl now. !. les the
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We read in the 1 lies. Tho .
halt receive il
'. ss." and the q test ions wen
raised, How can j bj this
if kindness is intei prei
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you're kind, you re stej in and
taken advantage of."
Aftei a Ions discussion, tho m*n
themselves provided tl-e answer
Kindness need not be weakness,
You can (in someone a ivor and
The Central Agency for Jewish yet keep your independence and the
} lucation fills the men's requests self respect. Kindness is beiu>i
and provides books on Jewish Ids- human, and is the best way of
tory customs and rituals, t'hii- receiving humanness back
osophy, : Jewish content Rabbi Hiliel taught, "Do nut,
and Hebrew dictionaries irate thysell
The Jewish Family and Chil- munity."
"!' S"V'" is V' men were anx I :
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F:idciy, January 12, 1273
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AND THE
WORLD WiLL
DE BETTER
rOR TW15
rh y rclcl
Mi< 11 ii ih
Tc ..' I ';'
withe \ n \ without
a ly ai lv\ I er
c\ fhatsheis
nctv\ iends.And
notwithoul love.
1: ;;' there is more life and vibrancy and meaning in her Jewish her;' ;:-;
than 'here is in all the LSD. in the world
This is our quests
To help our sick and heal our lame and guide our young and
allow our aged to live with dignity and security. To make the Jewish
community as spiritually strong and healthy as possible right here
at home. For without a strong Jewish community in Miami we can-
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And ai cund the world.
We ail share the same dream.
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*Jcnist Her Mian
Friday. January 12, 1973
You'll find it at River Reach. Xot the kind that
comes through the mail from Uncle Sam every
month. But the peace of mind that comes with
living where you know you're safe from intrusion.
To give you that sense of security, we put a moat
around River Reach. There's only one bridge to
the Island. And its gatehouse is manned 24-hours
a day. We even have a security patrol by land
and "water every night. Plus swimming pools.
Plenty of boat dockage. Tennis. Even a chip and
putt course ... all right on our Island. If you
think you'd like this kind of club life with active
people of compatible interests, come see River
Reach. And enjoy a little social security.
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Friday. January 12. 1973
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Haber Briefs Top Leaders
On JDC's Recent Activity
gamuel Haber. executive vice j "When you see the Soviet im-
pbamnan of tbe Joint Distribution I mlgranta coming off the Chopin
mmittee. addressed more than' Express in Vienna ... or landing
lera of the Jewish com-
r jn iy last week at the Greater ------ .._
. Jewish Federation.
V: Haber was in Miami to
the top leadership of Kedera-
1973 Combined Jewish
,,.-Israel Kmergency Fund
aign <>n the most recent ac-
ties of the JIX\ a Federation
jciary which currently ails
, than 3 million Jews in 25
countries around the woi Id. in-
( .dint Israel.
Hy adopting a $15 million CJA-
|] y Campaign goal of 1973. the
community of Greater
> saying that the dream*
fellow Jews around the
. for lives of dignity will
e .i reality," Mr. Haber said
Israel experts 70,000
35,000 from the
nil n alone
Mali Fifth Nation To Sever Israeli Ties
op
( ontlnoed From Page 4-A
natii
; !. :'. i
i

< I. the nil
v
l "
pro ince can li e
irden of I
t ties is i edu *ed
n\ rHIS : la, I thi n rtis-
I t: the Vunnan pai i>
ml the planning
.i lustrate h- said Yun-
V- now produced 90' I ol the
tonnagi that It consumed
. it one-ha".f of the
era le special steels that it<
r> required.
& in Peking," he concluded.
central planners onlj need
worrj about -"O or 30 thou-
'. 1 tons of Steel for Yunnan.
- all special steels And
tl eases thei; larger ta^K "
i \skkd whether this wss
inasnical way to ito busi-
ness for the long run Planner
replied that it was "the
' j waj at this stage." Pai
explained, it wa- still far
octmu-nical. "because of
I < manpower, for a eounty
meM its own pis, iron if i'
I small seams of iron ore an-j
But mainly," he acMed with
imlction, "thli is beca ise
is the wav we haw urown.
i- I h. way we must cow The
task is to meet the "-*1
second task Is to meet the
l- mon eeonomicall> and
better quality as soon a<
, ames oossible Thus e
from indigenous t m hi 'tk>n
lern production-line out-
i t fron 'terel to con n-
' tpul
this HOl'NDP pretty ab-
i it il h not, 'I-
nothin i more
-- than handicraft | n
n.....i .:< ol th f In
I saw In Yunnan
e 'it;.. iounl vsH I icto"-
i hai Taft production natu
; lominates. Bui curious
from hand.....aft pro-
can n'so h-1 seen in a
histicated plant like
Kunmlns Machine Tool Co.
1 h level differs.
Thi re are two thinrs to be
fa d about this. Canital-inten-
highly automated produc-
t n la not the best way. even
' the hichest level. When >> '
have a skillful, intensely hai I-
working labor force content wrh
< Ttremely modest wap-. AH the
Industries 1 saw. even in the
countryside were also far ahead
Ol where they had Started. The
' movement in i*ort. is remorse-
lessly forward.
SAMUti HABIH
' \ Ai t, all ( our hard
It prd an< levo-
- :. said.
that il fate
- the 'nit* l
.'. ihi : posi-
ihe
trat | i Kurope,
.
' t'on si to new
ind
tin ng
. con-
le
Hi i" nted out.
il .'. e nni t I > proud i
, !-:.,. ... a state that cares for
human i ings and the quality of
Jewish survi then we have
onlj .i n ilitai ; gai i kson in the
that is capable of
defending it* If."
Continued from Pagr 1-A
expert work-ins for the United
Nations.
There are now several Mali
students in Israel and several
months aco 20 Mali students
completed a course in commu-
nity development here and their
performance when they returned
home earned high praise for Is- i
rael from the Mali government.
Isra-li officials hrlu-vr that
outside pressure from Arab '
state-., especially Libya. 1MB re-
HtMiusilil,- for Mali's action and.
in greater or leaser tlefjree. for
the breaks with the ot*rt> r Afri-
can states, with the esaeptton
of I'ganda, the African -t.it*-*.
that have -split with Israel arv
all former French colonies.
Foreign Minister Abba Ehan
fcJewish Learning*
On Agenda Of
Discussion (rronp
Great .1 >'. Book I setts? or
: i Th "- lay Jan
' 3, Hi 2 n In the Miami I
'
Subj th .....i wi
he "On J
': i \1 Soshuk >rv-
... .; 'p- | -
f thi C
h and
.
-
Films Opening Friday
Among films i nlng Ft Id
Wometco Thi atres in the area
Blai .. i '.ul" at the Miam .
and "Int cent Bystanders" at the
B.vron ai O ral Way Drlve-In.
Holdovi rs ii The Getaway"
at. the Curb; "Up the Sandbox"
.-it the Patk and "YoungWinston"
at the Twin II
said that Col. Muarrmar el-
Qadaffi. the leader of Libya's
ruling military junta, was re-
sponsible for Israel's recent dip-
lomatic set-liacks in Africa and
for decreasing the chances of
reaching an accord with Libya's
federation parr-ier, rigypt.
While somo circles here be-
lieve that Israel should phase
out its efforts to maintain
friendly ties with the African
states -. iri'-'i- that thev have
yielded poor results, the major*
ity view is that Israel must not
retreat although it should prud-
ently lower its profile in those
countries where relations seem
threatened. One veteran Israeli
diplomat with experience in Af-
rica remarked last week. "Our
investment in Africa has paid
nvich higher dividends than any-
one could have expected. There
is no reason for as to give up
now."
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i-Jtnist fkridliiair
Friday January 12, 19"3

.1-
^/le 5/iom? 1/ms/ Go On'
obfci rViaegrad
By
RABBI ELLIOTT WINOGRAO
Temple Or Olom
The old expressions, "the show !
must go on", or "there's no busi- ;
ness like show business", are. ol
course, from the
old days of vuj- :
deville. They arc !
reminiscent of a j
great period in !
the American .
stage. We fear I
however. that (
the phrases1
have, in recent
years been re- '
gaining their
impetus, but in j
a less than
proud fashion.
To our chagrin, both from per- !
coal experience and in talking'
shop with many colleagues, not j
only in Miami but nationwide, our |
synagogue temple religious ser- j
v.ces have been taking on that
Inappropriate phraseology in the
manifestation of their worship. '
presentations, pomp rehearsals,
l-rops, rigidity and "parts" at ob-
servances. Temples have even ad-
vertised in the mass media the
"opening season" of their services
Bi if it were a new show or play.
Bar and Bat Mitzvahs have
degenerated into off-Broadway
t xtravaganzas and productions,
:th newspaper ads. advance
"hilling" in the newspaper, the
giving ol post theatre" parties, I
and of course all the "schmaltz" '
' .it ih. synagogue, caterer, can-
' ral bi and help can
Let one thine re absolutely
ear. We do NOT bemoan or
criticize beautiful religious eele-
biations or well-organized serv-
ices, may they be blessed, but we
do look sadly and tragically upon
religious" services that are JUST
.reductions without any personal
commitment on the part of the
amities or participants, who so
)f:en see not the inside of a syn-
lgogiie beloie the simcha and then
nevei again after -- How lament-
ible! How pointless: tfw cata-
lysnii.:! May G-d save us!
In this week's Torah portion
the Bible continues to describe the
terrible plagues brought upon the
Egyptians, but G-d"s real intention
was not to pour foith miracles foi
the benefit of the Israelites alone
More important, it was to teach
that justice, humanity and sub-
el vience to G-d. not man, must
irevaiL
It is not the Bar Mitzvah lad's
.'banting, the cantor's glorious
oice. the rabbi's eloquent sermon
nor all the elaborate "fixings".
hat will bring us spiritual free-
."om from the years of religious,
icglect. but a return to Torah
living not acting! Then the
vlague that now embraces modern
emples echoing lip service will
hange the show biz saying within
Is walls to "There's no living like
1'orah living." Amen.
Question
Box
Rhode Island Club Meeting
Thi regular rnonth'v n-ee-i-
the Rhode Island Club of Greater
'' ni wi be held Sunday at "
in the a-iditorium of th
:- n Ft li ral, lL'.'(4 Wash
A., Miami Beach,
lent Abe Fine rmai .\l] oi
usii......- ii >): refresh-
v e s r p ind sui
ent is planned
f^abbinical eviston
Vro
*
Ian. i|
>ar*
m#
By RABItl SXMIKI.J. FOX
\\ li\ does Jewish tradition re-
quire that the body ul the de-
ceased !). purilied In the ritual
fashion by "Tahara" performed
by a select committee ol relig-
ious people?
There is a tradition that claims
.hat when a body dies, the soul
ises and beholds the countenance
if the Almighty. Coming into con-
act ith the Almighty's presence
equires spiritual purification
chili is accomplished by the lit
al preparation of the body for
Mirial.
Furthermore, death i* compared
.o being reborn into another ex-
stence on a higher plateau. Since
lirth occurred in the medium of
ater i.e.. water used for thi
spiritual purification, also death
lirezs one up one step closer to
he Divine Any advar.ee toward!
Hvinity requires spiritual purifi-
cation.
Generally speaking, the purifies
ion of the body in preparation for
mrial signi'ies the Jewih behe'
hat even the tleSh and lond of
he individual is a sacred posses-
lon o( God. Or.c is. therefore, re-
j'red to treat it a a holy iden-
ity.
i Sen -ally, this displays the I
itj h iman being, whosi
main* at treat with resne I
in thoj in c ml n
v hit h is the image of thi
hty
Wl'v i- it c"itim:irv ti cover
tii<- bod) Inimedlatel) after death
and never evpt.s. it t;. public
v ievv ?
mum
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA.
TION. 995 SW 67th Awe. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
- ---
ANSHE EMES 7533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakov.it/
---
BETH AM (Temple). 550 N. Kendall
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert Baumgard 3
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave
Conservative, r.aubl Irving A. Wein-
gart. Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
Friday \ so p m .it Bontli Dado Audi
tortum, I'SY Sabbath Barmon: "What
Vnuili la Thinking and Saylnaj Ws
i-i'ii.....i mil boat One* Bhabbal Bat
unfay ^ .. m ;.i Coral Way Sanctuan
n*r Mltavah: Jacob, aon ,if Dr, and
Mrs Morion 'i.'t.
--------
BETH EL SOO SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman. 5
a-----
BETH KODESH. ,101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Cantor Lecn Segai.
Friday I 15 p.m Sermon "A Plasrui
la Viaibh Mi am: :..r M .1 Ko
oelowlti will h"-i ih,- i 'ii, c Shabbai
observance ..( ihelr recent tveddlna
annlvaraars
-----.
BETH TOV (Temple). C438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Charles
Rubel. Cantor Seymour Minkee 8
I'lui.i\ > :'. urn Sermon: "Jewltri
I.h\v iii Modern Days T<-mnlv mem-
bers nill aponmir th, Uiieg Shabbai
m
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Mi.
ami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot. io
ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th ,
St Conservative Rabbi Haul J
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass 11
Prldaj :> and is p.m Sermon: The
\olei .,f ihr People." Saturdaj . m Sermon Poi lion the vv.. ,
~
OR OLOM (Temple- 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot
Wmogrr.J. Cantor > ei-ouda Binya-
min. ,j
TIFERETH ISRAE~6500 N. Miami
Ave Concervative. RaLbi Maunre
Kle.n. ,4
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1M2-
44 Washington Ave. Rabb' /.vrohom
Groner. 32

NORTH SAY VILLAGE JEW'SM
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cauae-
way. North Bay Village Cjnserva-
tive Rabbi Emmet Allen Fr.ink Can-
tor Murray Yavneh. 32-A
---
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARD
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St Mi-
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mot.
decai Chaimoviti.
NOKTH mitm. KaCN
ADATH VESHURUN (Temple). 1021
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi M.lton Schlinsky. Can-
tor Reuvan Eckhaus. Si
-------a-------
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative Rabb Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelsen (4
-----a-----
B'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Mabbi Victor D.
Zwellmg. Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
SINAI (Temple), oi NORTH OADi
18S01 NE 22nd Ave. Reform Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. CantJr Irving
Shulkes
I 1:15 i in s. rmon
I r> |v i ;,.,! *; |-*.,u
da> i" 30 ; m til y
ol Iir and Mrs Rob< rl Wo
Portli n <.f th. Week.'
17
"Natural
Siiiur-
Krle, mn
s,-r mon:
SKY LAKE SYNAGOOUE 1J131 NK
19th Ave. Orthoocx. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. j,
-----a-----
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml-
AMI. 990 NE "71st St. Orthodea.
Rabb, Zilman KcssowsMy. St
CMaU CAUfS
JUDEA (Tempie, 5500 Granjda Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Merni Kipper. 40
Prldaj ]'. |. ii, >.,.'.; Sabbath
Sermon; "t'niun Hrayei l: <.,,.
ur,l> it is a m, Bai Muz. Darrel
Rutkln, aon ol Wrman Kutkln and
Mr* .la, ,.| Alexa
-
ZAMORA (Temp.e 44 Zan-ira Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell A.
Berger. Canter P Hiliel Brummer.
'. 1 11 : ..,
Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m. The Firs! Estate
iRepeated on Ch. 2 at 6:30 p.m.)
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "Religion Faces 1973"
Guests: Rabbi Solomon Schiff. director, Ccmmunity
Chaplaincy Service. Adon Taft, M.ami Her-
ald religion editor
I..n. 14 Ch. 10. 9:30 a m. n, Jewish Worship Hour
Host Rabb: Eugene Labovitz. Temole Net Tamid
Ian. 14 Ch. 7, Id a.m. The Still Small Voice


SYNOPSIS OF THI MtKLt TORAH P0HTI0N
Bo
And th. Lord .aid unto Moses: Go in unto Pharaoh; for I
ha\e hardened his heart .- (Chapters 10-13.161
PLAGUES CONTINUE IN EGYPT- Phar.oh
ss; -:.....-'- szsszzrz
Sm.c a.' ,-J^r E.:h V*"' WlU" "MrtSM God
j*...... RTK SiXSlEZ sxr*:
aSffa-=^s=SS
"- d on then- linteto and doorpoeu God would stre
naan after the conquest, and it, signific, i dNMh
younger generation. --n^a to tne
fHE ISRAELITES DEPART: Abo-.t M m i
^arch from Ramies to S ,,-h -u ,KTan tho
th Further r ^ ^ Wth dny of th" "
-.-mandth: ZfiS^**?"' ^^
Tth fl-tar'^of" vva>,obe M,-n '""> by
-hi., was, .be redeemed. Th LratotpS
kkss S
Foi \-posii th 11;
. -i B -.1 i
;-- : the deceasi
* would ievv hi.ri
is a hi -- lift anl mass.
'' :,; the TV u i tell
s Mo' !. it ,r :>7 \ i thai when
he fa < ol were once ex-
I : tl nli.i:-
as bi their d< ceased usu.
.;!> show I signs of povertj and
malnutrition.
In death all should he considered
dike and thus the body is Irrarnedi-
itely covered and shielded from B^TH Jacob" 30T Washington Ave
lew. Also exposing the lx>dy to r!*.R,lShma,)"huT *"'
-lev* creates the iropresaion that
me is looking at an indiv ktusJ Stan-
>ly as a collect >n of material. An
irtdrviduaJ should never be conrtd
ZION iTemplei poOO Miller Rd Con
aervative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro
Cantor Er,ol Heifman. is
HYlrtiij |, vi, ,U| s
i.u, Ulen I Ko
> urdav !i ., n Srrm.ii Sedral
HIAIEAH
TIFERETH JACOB .Templei 051 E
-" Ave Conservative. Rabbi N.
than Zoicnclek 15
- ih. .
1
,'',
M- ., ...
NOHrH Ml AM!
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION 2??5
NE .21.1 st Conaervativ. RabnT
Joseph Gorf nk.i Cantor Ben Zion
rvirschenbau.n. 35
Au/JMI hlACH
A oU.^A ISRAEL 7801 Carlvle Ave
Orthodo. Rabbi Sheidon M Ever.
BR.h'h,SMA!L "'*,h Sl r Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. ,fl
sumsioi
MOGAN DAV u CC CREMATION,
"ardmg Av< Crthol.. Ratbl
Isaac O. Vine M
lOHl lAUDHDAlt
BETH ISRAE_ Tampl*)
Oakland P.i-. F .0 Ral.n
Br Hiant Carte- Vawr.ce N
I MANUEL. S24s"w. 3al.li
Blvd. vRefor-- Rabb. A
Abrams. Cantc- Jarom* Kl-
OMfMO BIACH
MARGATE JEwis
NW 9th St.
SHOLOM (Tamplt) |S( se
Conservative. Rafbi Morns
Cantor Jacob J o,n,tr.
MOO W.
Akiva.
aw. 42
- Park
rthor J.
ment. 43
CENTt: gic<
"tb Ava.
A Skop.
HAUAHOAlt
Bf.TrnRAAHAE^ T'"";'') IMS Jef.
Oa'?d n.ah'V C"MT'"va. Rabb,
David Raab. ^an.or Saol Breeh. K
red as material substance alone. 1" aX2 bt\weJM'tsSSaT*!*! 4'44 Ch,,e
Shielding the body fram view. ^ &&- Kr-"Si
herefore. still retains the idea that I a?T" tfilah 9*5 Euci.d Ava Or
thodox. Rabb, Joseph E. Rackov.'
'he person is yet to be regarded as
(c), it:.: j, u -h. Telearaphle Aajencr)
Sky.
22
S Local Students
Make Dean's List
8TToNV?4S3EMeHrdHA'r C0NGREGA
sr. b*j Meridian Ave. 22-A
CWNWaE.hREW"CNGREG*TION
rtabbl Dow RVencvX 0rth'"",;3
CUGRAEGATroHNARD*C HEBREWCON
Five Greater Miami st.-dents I "b. Me,r Ma.r.h^Ha'nWd" Vfc
have been named to the Dean's I emanu f, .Tr",-----
Ltot at Yeahlva Collew, Yeshiva }" A~c22E^n3L&fap-
\ mversitv's undergraduate school ,.;\e,hrm'n- c*"><" '> Ad.er '""jj
Ol liberal arts and sciences for raham JoShua*'HeA1!i S"""n "
men in New York Citv. Dr. Isaac SS"fc> '** '" VIP s.bbafh %
Bacon, dean, has announced. My P"r"_n of |^ k "
They are amonc 241 out of the "I^^^^fel^.^iXJ'T I
M3 Students at ,he school who ~* Alexander s.
were accorded the honor for ^ COno. an-nell 177n k
maintaining a least a .14 m., Academy,. 7th st a'Hebr*
A- Orthodox. R.bbj ELZF8Z!
Orthodox R,bb^ T^bVr H ,.
Cantor Meyer EnBe|. H SUr".
"SSs.S'-jf.'tt^
sS!3M
maintainine a least a .14 (B .
average for the 1971-72 academic
year.
The scholars are Paul Acker-
man. 1501 Bav Rd.; Abbey, son
Of Mr. and Mis. Murray Berk-
owltz, .1480 Sheridan Ave- Wil-
liam, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Greenberg, S20 xk i7-,th s,
Harry. ol Mr. and Mrs. David
Heters. a5 N,: nm .^ ^
MOShe, sen ol Rabbi and Mrs
Jul!ul s''k"! k. ^0 Sheridan Ave.
>*"***A'S^a a i 'i-rwwVvAAA^
UNDLELIGHTING TIME
9
9 SHEVAT 5:29

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-.a .jsl
++**+++++** + 'WaVMSrVVS
HALLANOALE .'EWVISH CENTfPJ
R.hh'"^"""^'6 NE *v"
? J ^**"y E Schwarti, Cantor
Jacob Danzioer "~mn,ar
HOLLYWOOD
B|Ttl EL Lr'm"' :SSI s '*" Av.
r -t theli rthday"
B-TU'r MHrAnLOM"'T>"'*). 0t Ar.
S ai. .v C"wr,"' bb Morten
N.alavsky. Canter irv.ng Gald. 44
SINAI (Tempie. ".01 John,o St.
te? vr-- a"-
Rabb. Salomon Beierroch. '"""'
TEMPLE SOLE!." LlbSrall SOP,
SKVcaaT' Ho,,>^- "SI
HI* AM AH
ISRAEL (Temple, 1920 SW 3Sth
Wad Hal Parade
At Luncheon (>f
Cancer Lcagne
I Tropical Pancer LetdJOe of the
;/r has r-lann.-r! -xn-h,^ ^
mad hatter- -.n-, %atnnF^
LSTw r2 '-''-, the
njr, .e,.^.i .-. ;f ^^^^
and the --t Kat
Ann Whit- v ..,.,,,.....
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n an I Cora
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fJewisti ftoridFfor
Friday. January 12, 1973
The Nixon-Kissinger Partnership
By MAX I.KRXF.R
PART IV
FUTURE I.MI'KRFKCT
Dne ai Henry Kissinger1! books
about tho relation <>f America to
\\ stern Europe was callod "The
Troubled Partnership." The phrasi
might now be applied to Kissing-
er^ relation to Mi Nixon. Ther
are some signs ol trouble in what
ha- thus far be >n \ parad sia
bond r both men.
artly 11 w a." a matter o( dif-
on the V'ieti a -fir"
when Kis-
sii 1 >nta-
tb i Due 'I'll"
i it Mi Nixon
as zing to
THE TWO sets :' pp'.emon-
: i ... ;'
traekii gs and confusi >ns an I :
tangle b een Hanoi, S i
\\ ishinuton are :i matter of his-
tory, Kissinger has had unparal
leled leeway m negotiating, but
this may ha\ been too h.
Partly also il i- a question o
Kissinger'-s indifferei to con-
ventional modesty. He may not In
the "psychotic egomaniac" thai
John Mitchell once called him, but
h. himself confesses that his ego
is massive. In th-* earlier yeans as
presidential assi*tanl he curbe I it
ma le ink.-- about il and alwa> -
di -rred to Mr. Nixon ibliclj
v ......
- '-.bis wa-i
npss shi ink !
... iv o i irti ema

visbed the rest of the go\-ernmont
ould function accortlsng to
Kissinger model in foreign ]>ol
He is unlikely to throw away
'ifntest successes of his first Te
jeeause of his aide's vanity.
AM) KISSINQEB? He has told
'nterviewers, InchioVng this writer,
.f his doubts about continuing an-
other four years. He felt that the
lew procedures should no! >1 pen I
>n one man b rt should be Insti-
utionalized One must agree. Hut
more is at sl ik< than th pro-
. h K'ss ingei
rhe i itix i- : 'licj an power.
On ': tli of th. <. Ihe partm i
: psychi< ;ivi lends '''' bul Irrelevant. No
that makes them regard state-
t as a work of art.
There Ls a darker side to the
n. They have had failure*'
on Cambodia, Pakistan, India and
in their approach to Japan. They
have neglected crucial areas
Africa, Latin America. They al-
lowed the war to get drawn out
for four yeai < They may over-
reach together, as each has at
times overreached separately. But
th 'j still nee I -a other,
KISSINGER i- currently under
attack on the : ound that he likes
.^f. and i- drawn to it. 1
Club For Handicapped To
Meet Mondav Eves At L-M
,, bo*h '. ;" i l lourse
'.;; thei >'
other < illient; oi
' '' i istian; <>;
,-;..] || >
othet vitri an ironic sense
itcny ronti adictions and
e absui dities.
I'.n THERE are Important
s tl shi re. They drive hard
oth others and themselves. The%
'iave a si nse of political theatei
ind the tactic of surprise. They
'iave a cool sense of options an I
if e on inproach In a cri-
is. They have the kind of crafts
... .- in .,.>h fm>i for T>o\\tM
. ig him as rector of a si hool
irsons It i ce coi I
p iinl i i : \ <
\> hal irei ;n p >l-
icy b 'gins itli but nol ends
w ith. Ii must end with well
ime of ordei
The real count a ..iin-t Kissinger,
from several quarters, is lhat, in
ending the cold war. he has stolen
the thunder of the left to help a
conservative President. It is a
crime for which history is likely
; i forgive him.
Dr Donald W. Calhoun. pro-j Many successful handicapped
femLof Social IN^k*y. SocialUdi^iua**. the community
Science and AnthTopoIogV at I Uclpate by present,,,, ther
University ol Miami, is organizing own Inspirational stor.es at each
and heading a group for the nan ii- meeting.
capped called People Helpins Qne of ,n0 mativ <,.,,, of th(?
People" club. ;|| wU1 ,. ,,, SOl. that ramps foe
Meetings and programs will be wheel chairs and the blind
t 8 p.m. even Mondaj at placed in public buildings through-
h
the Weslej Foundations il i
sit; ol Mi imii 1210 Mi
f this
i
'1 his I I

. sons tov ai d
tion through
: on. (It velopment of i
it
out th i ity, Employment o|
for the I ': will
ited and Uing
.: need' i
An Invitation Is extended to all
those I
.....
11- Calhoun' offiei
HK M \^ Will
qiii ted and ex


but in- el ient.....uld not
[o lea x;'
\ son's n ii d T h"
III j
n. Hi not a enjo;
living in anyone's shadow.
Thus I don't rule out
If ii comes, it w ill be d < to sti ii> -
inside ,; I 'hip i ot to Kis-
singer's vulnerabilit> as a p
tai
VI LNER %BLE hi 1T i- ai
ta ted from the left a- a betrayei
o' the causp, who has sold out t<
po : and He is at
tai ked from th ri ht the min
isti '" Presidi nt Nixon'- worst
I instincts who has led
superior partner into the pitfa
of softnes* oi Russia and Cl ii
ai on nuclear v e ip ns
ii Vietna n. thi igld stand
|j in accuse Kissinger of p
"stab in the back." And thi re is
" .ii ,i hint <>! linking Kissin jer's |
. sue -- n of swinging
d ites, and ah ireign birth
and heavy Bavarian accent, with
the charges about "Jewish decad-
ence" familiar In th pre-Nazi
V\ pknai i" Tiixi.
BUT WHETHER these under-
ground rumblings really surfao
depends on the success or failure!
of the Nixen-Kis-iiiL-er policies. I
usped that the future of the |
partnership d<'s. too.
Minor problems of their p**r-
onal relations can be handled
uiihout scuttling tin partnership
itseif. Nixon made it clear, right
after his 1972 victory, that he
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rJmistflcrxfiari
Friday. January 12, 1973
E. Albert Pallot General Chairman Of
Florida Committee, Sports For Israel

Ubert Pa lot, president and
boartl chairman ol Biscayne Fed'
eia! Savings and U an Association.
haa been na| i chairman
of th.' Florida Con nittee, Sports
f(h [srael. O Ri D. Askew
eed to be hi >n< n ai.- chair-
man, anil Secretary ui State
Richard B. Stone, honorary co-
Col Phil Cohen, n jional direc-
tor I ;t'nai B'riili and national
. : .:!! for the U S. Commit-
tee, Sports for Israel, Inc., railed
ting of the Florida Com-
it the Moulin Rouge Motel.
. at 8 p.m.
Mr. national chairman
of the Community and Veterans
.-' rvi Commission of B'nai
}-,'i:- served fi i years as
!: : ii '. Ice pn ni of
}" i kh, the largest Jewish
In tin' world,
i isra< i Committee
risers i ian es in
I's out
,"-.-. thU et in ( omix ; .-
tior. in Is
1932, were stag d in 1935,
in 1930, and every four y ars since
then.
iti y 1.800 athletes,
- ng 33 nations, w ill ;
ate in the upcoming 197.'!
. i Ninth Maceabiah \\ ill
em a 25-< vent typ<
Jul> 9-19, in Tel Aviv.
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his year '>: 180 participants
male anr! I( mj arc expetted t"
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Athlel g sell ted for the U. S.
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J. S. < e, Sports for Israel.
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thi outstanding athle c
ii the Maceabiah Games of 19
i
Fleii her of Miami, for-
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. in' is now participating in I
tour of the golf professionals in
the United State* and abri
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hi 1969 ih and was thi
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yeai Maceabiah 11
I to the memoi.
i the 11 mi the Lsn
am who v ere murdered In
lunich last while pa
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nc. is Nat Holman, 'Mr. Basket-
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Federal Reserve Bank Stock
State, County and Municipal Bonds
Listed Bonds
Federal P.HA. Bonds
Cash and Oue from Banks
DECEMBER 31. 1972
$ 67.933.895.86
13.161.44
132.505.97
3.733.726.17
229.401 20
38.795.07
944.920.45
1.326.37691
1,205.238.43
882.122.37
52.174.709.02
4,704.622.94
290.450.00
15,342,621.80
2.866,203.02
130.608.99
32.915.623.23
TOTAL CASH AND BONDS
TOTAL ASSETS
Capital Stock
Surplus
Undivided Profits
TOTAL
LIABILITIES
nc%erve for Contingencies
Special Loan Reserve
Reserve for Taxes. Interest, etc.
Letters of Credit and Acceptances
Deferred Income
Other Liabilities
Demand Deposits
Time Deposits
TOTAL DEPOSITS
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
$108,424.839 00
$184,864,982.87
6,595.17500
3.C85.581.39
2.636,754.74
$ 12,317.511.13
$ 271.447.14
43,071 17
9M.205.65
1.205,238.43
2.221.29941
260.334 09
88,287.096.00
79,304.77985
$167.591.875.85
$184,864,982.87
December 31. 1971
$ 51.851,483.24
1.460.13
.837,813.83
247.801.20
56,710.12
816,420.71
827.007.64
251.192.00
307.566.92
33.155,560.04
1,601.022.89
210.050.00
14.131.135.99
974,423.24
27.652.330.57
$ 77.724.522.73
$134,921,978.52
4,371,620.00
2.627.970.00
2.190.144 49
$ 9,189.734.49
$ 244.358.77
70,001.28
1.203,325.94
251,192.00
1.638.465 51
338,325.04
68,282.984.46
53.703,091.03
$121,986 075 49
$134,921,978.52
IN ADDITION TO TOTAL RESOURCES SHOWN ABOVE. THE TRUST DEPARTMENT OF PEOPLES
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI SHORES HOLDS ASSETS IN EXCESS OF $23.000,00000.
FIGURES ABOVE REPRESENT AGGREGATE TOTALS OF PEOPLES GROUP OF NATIONAL BANKS.
RESOURCES OF PEOPLES DOWNTOWN NATIONAL BANK IN THE AMOUNT OF $31,799,831 22
ARE INCLUDED IN THIS YEARS FIGURES AS SHOWN ABOVE.
DIRECTORS OR MEMBERS OF ADVISORY COUNCIL AT ONE OR MORE OF THE BANKS OF PEOPLES NATIONAL GROUP
M ABAGNALL
I td Public
l%)UI$ BARTLETT
President and Associate
ft1 Officer. Peoples First
hi Bank of
" Shores
E$ BARBER-HAKE
"' t Peoples First
"ank
BV Imi Snores
EARL BARBER
*u E. BECIHAM, Jl.
I Head Beckham
iraa Agency, Inc.
P* M BEll
pident.
>pi First National Bank
'o-1h Miami Beach
I0Y D BENJAMIN
Jtive Vice Presioent.
^an and Sons
lNCE I. IEUTEL
kcutive Vice President.
Plei Downtown
">nal Bank. Miami
MUEl M. UOOM
Ji'dent. Sam Bloom
"hers. Inc.
AVID BlUMIERC
NON D. BOND, Jt.
iident, Bond Transfer
npany
QrC MATTNAUEI
ntnetor
JACK MOCK
President.
Brock Electric, Inc.
EDWARD F. BUTLER
Senior Partner. Butler
SwOpe & Manning.
Attorney*
WILLIAM ITID
Vice President and
Trust Officer.
Peoples First National Bank
of Miami Shores
KERMYT M. CALLANAN, Jl
President, Withers Van
Lines of Miami. Inc.
STEPHEN P. CLAM
Vice President.
Clark Construction
Dl WILLIAM J. CLIFFORD
Physician
G D CONGER. M.D.
President. Conger Life
Insurance Company
R BELVIN COOPER
Vice President.
Conger Life
Insurance Company
HORACE F. CORKS
Retired
JOHN DeROSA
Senior Vice President
Peoples Liberty Nations
Bank of North Miami
JAMES W ELDER. Jt.
Former Owner
Elder Electric
JOHN FRINK
Cashier and
Ciecutive Vice President
Peoples Hialeah
National Bank
JULIAN B FRIX
President. Turner Frit
Insurance. Inc.
RUSSELL C GAY
Attorney
ANTHONY J. GOCKING
Textile*
W DOUGLAS HALL
Former President,
Sal-Feyne Corp.
MRS. LENORE A. HANFORD
Real Estate
EDWIN HILL JR.
Chairman of the Board
Shells City. Inc.
and Hill Bros Inc.
URL T. HOFFMAN
Attorney
JACK KNAP
President.
J K. Enterprises. Inc.
'MISS LENA A. LECHICH
Bay Point
'MISS MARY J. LECHICH
Bay Point
THOMAS E LEE
Miami. Florida
M. E. LINDGREN
Retired
RAY 0. LOVELL
Builder and Oeveloper
President. Lovell Homes
J. N. LUMMUS, JR
Real Estate Appraiser
EUGENE MAGEE
Vice President and
Assistant Trust Officer
Peoples First National
Bank of Miami Shores
MRS. WIUA (.(ARTHUR
Bay Point
JOHN H. MERCER
Chairman. Mer Mat
Corporation
H. DALE MILLER. JR.
President,
Hollywood Ford. Inc.
EDWARD M. MOORE
General Manager
Van Orsdel Mortuaries
OREN E. MORTON
Insuranc and
Real Estate
GEORGE J. HAEGELE
Chairman of the Board.
Smith Richardson
and Conroy. Inc.
I0WEN NELSON
Retired
MRS. LYDIA MAE PARKER
Bay Point
FRANK PETERSON, JR.
President.
Atlas Chemicel Co.
*0. E. PETERSON
Vice President.
Peoples Hialeah
National Bank
HARVEY F PIERCE
Chairman of the Board,
Connell Associates, Inc.
Consulting Engineers
RICHARD J. FDTVIN
Investments
MRS. IERNICE POWELL
Miami Shore*
JOHN W. PRUMTY
Attorney
JOHN S. RYAN
Manufacturer s
Representative
OR M. A. SCHOFMAN
Miami Shores
Medical Clinic
PARIS SHAY
Investments
WILLIAM P. SIMMONS
Attorney
GEORGE L. SOGG
Retiree),
Coyahoga Wrecking Co
ROLAND STAFFORD
President Peoples
Downtown National
Bank. Miami
DR. GIDEON J. STOCKS. JR.
Dentist
JOHN W. TRABOLD
Real Estate Investments
DR. H. ROGER TURNER
Dentist
LEONARD USINA
Chairman of the Boards
of the Banks
MATT WALSH
President. Peoples
National Bank of
Commerce, Miami
DR. CONRAD WIllARD
Pastor, Central
Baptist Church
FRANK WILIER
President, Peoples
American National
Bank of North Miami
Member of Advisory Council.


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1700 N.E. 163rd St. 945-7454
MIAMI BEACH
1454 Alton Road 672-5353


Uewisli Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday. January 12, 1973
Section B
Jewish Agency Building In
Paris .Damaged By Bomb
By EDWIN EYTAN
JTA Euro|M-aii Bureau ( Met
: \ris (JTA wish
Agency building w is
damaged in a pre
ston Tues la;
i ten d ind i 60
I ed iron win low bars and
ble nut .... ige II ilong
block. The building was
empty at tin- time except for
the night watchman, who slept
in the roar and was not hurt.
This correspondent visited the
Bcene shortly after the explosion
occurred at 5 an;. local time.
The street re- I an area
hit by an air raid People from
neighboring build ngs stood in
their pajamas along the street
amid debris and splintered glass.
Police investigating the blast
reixirted they had no clues re-
garding the perpetrators, but
several local newspapers said
they received letters ; irporting
to com. from Sei l
bei in Aral org iniz i-
Uon, claimin [res; ins llity for
the bombing,
'i he bin si nt i
after wounded
Mahmoud el-Hamsl
resi : tative i : the es I Lib-
eration Organization in Paris
hamshari is still hospitalized.
His left leg was an putated last
Saturday and he reportedly has
blood poisoning
The bombing was the first
attack on any Jewish Institution
in France Michel Topiol, Jewish
Agency chairman in this coun-
try, charged that the local police
had ignored requests by the
Agency for extra security mea-
sures. Topiol said suspicious
persojs had been seen in the
neighborhood during the last few
days, but that when the police
were informed they said there
was no sign of danger and
pleaded lack of manpower.
950-Acre Ranch
Given To Brandeis
By James Arness
LOS ANGELES (JTA) Actor
James Arness, familiar to TV
dewi s as Marshall Dillon, has
I i to the Bi indeis ramp In-
stitute a 950-acre ranch, valued at
il S2 million, adjai -nl to the
Institute's 2,250-acre camp insti-
at Santa Sus i Mr. Arness
who is not Jewish, presented the
dee i i Dr Max \v. Bay, president
of the Institute.
The property contains ranch-
houses, corrals, barns and farm
outbuildings anil has been operated
by Arness as a cattle. hors>> and
ip ranch since- 1%0. His attor-
ney, Richard Volpelt, said the ac-
tor spent much time at the ranch
and was aware "of the impressive
work" of the Institute's founder,
Dr Shlomo Dardin. and his staff
and faculty, with Jewish youth on
the campus each summer.
Dr. Bay said the ranch would
be used to expand the camp insti-
tute's physical structures ami pro-
mt. The Institute has pioneered
in new methods of overcoming
Jewish college youth alienation.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Robinson (center^ received a warm wel-
come at a recent Mount Sinai Medical Center Development
Fund seminar at the Carriage House on Miami Beach. Greet-
ing the Robinsons OTe Edward Shapiro 'left1 development
fund chairman and vice president, and Dr. August Miale.
associate professor of radiology at the University of Miami
School of Medicine. Mr. Rcbinson is chairman of the board
of White Cross Pharmaceutical Company, Pittsburgh.
Harbour Houses North and South recently held a joint meet-
ing on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1973
CJA-IEF campaign. Ellison Kosoff. (left) coordinator of the
campaign effort at the Harbour Houses, thanked those who
worked for the success of the 1972 CJA-IEF campaign, and
led the 1973 chairmen in kicking off this year's effort. With
him are Joseph Yassen, Sidney Engelhardt and Herman
Oberman, cochairmen.
3 DAY SERVICE!
WEDDING
INVITATIONS
SOCIAL
ANNOUNCEMENTS
i INVITACIONES
DE BODAS
BAUTIZOS
C0M0N10NES
Stationery Printing
5880 W. FLAGLE* STREET PHONE 667-126(1
MIAMI, FLORIDA 3114*
Alexander H. Galloway (second from right), chairman of
R. J. Reynolds Industries, receives the Louis Weksler Human
Relations Award from Mrs. Esther Weksler in recognition of
his efforts for improved human relations for all men. The
presentation took place at a dinner of the Tobacco Division
of the American Jewish Committee in New York. Looking
on at left is Louis E. Seidman, division chairman, and at
right Mrs. Lois Casselman. Mrs. Weksler and Mrs. Cassel-
man are the wife and daughter of the late tobacco industry
figure for whom the award is named.
BURDINB1;
'1,000,000
2 DAY
WAREHOUSE
SALE
STARTS
SATURDAY
A whole store full of exciting values. Everything from
furniture to appliances ... from c i to sheets!
From all our top-name makers. And all prices are
way, way down for this tremendous sa!e.
SATURDAY 8 AM TO 5 PM
SUNDAY 10 AM TO 3 PM
NUl AND -' >*IT


Page 2-3
+JtniB BkrSM.nr
Friday, January 12 1973
Jacob Barmore
Dinner Speaker
An address by* key*merfiber haitnore osnTrr ll rtil^tfni* in 193-1
>.i Israel's diplomatic corps will t the age of 19. He participate!
highlight the annual Labor Zionist actively in the Haganah. the de
tense organization of the Jewisl
community, and joined the diplo
niatic corps after Israel declare
its independence in 1948. He hel
tha demanding position of Sec
.etary-General of the Ministry ol
Food and Supply during the criti
al period of austerity and short-
ages in the nation's early years
AMBASSADOR JACOB BARMORC
e and Pioneer Women-Israel
Dinner of State Feb 3 al the
t'ontnineblea 1 Hotel.
Jacob Barmore Ambassador of
' !s~m -r^ of Is iel
nited Nnl be th<
ii.ii e ei al the d ni
Ian 1 1973 Ina
: i-.ce f State
f Stati
... iltori
I i hi ..i" 1 ': 1 i| A!
I I 'ioneer Women
. 1 (., >,,. ,.]. .,
n aj eai anci by a
1110] '- statun
. : -. ; 25tl
p
From 19G3 to 1966, Mr. Barmon
won many friends for Israel a:
Consul General in Chicago anc
the Midwest. He also saw diplo-
matic service for Israel in Poland
Cyprus, and Argentina and wa:
appointed to his present post ir
the Israeli U. N. delegation rr
1969.
A graduate of the Hebrew L'ni-
veisity in Jerusalem, he holds 1
Master's degree in History.
At the Feb. 3 dinner. Mr. an<
Mrs. Mm 1 is Newmark of Miami
Beach, national leaders of Israel
on is and to I ;i ael Hisl h
oundation, will receive the State
iel >VU nut 1 i:iuC|X'ii .
.Wdld.
Ladies To Hear Talk
On Social Security
: Au: [ G
n
C
Mi M n '" I iti .: : s
Ht I
Bar-On, Ganel I n
Miami To Discuss
Youth Programs
Mordechal Bar-On, head <>i the
Vouth and Hechalutz Department
! the World Zionist Organization
and C h a i tn
Ganel, executive
lirector of the
\merican /.mi-
st Youth Foun-
lation, are in
Miami to dis-
cuss the pro-
grams in Israel
sponsored by
their organiza-
tions and to ,-\-
plore with mem-
bers of the
Miami Jewis!
Zionists Youtl
in this area.
Chain? Ganel
Handelsmans To Receive
Scroll Of Honor Jan. 18
I n will
e Stati if Is el S
rhursil .' ii 18
t ii Israi am in the
s Towi I 5.
; Vlian i Beach high
' ids American Jew i*h
h t. will be a si ecial guest
. in the sal il to Mr.
- Handelsman The pro-
der the i sspio s ol the
1' -' i Towers Israel Bonds
i
istf.eid l- chairman of tin
( ;u ver. Jack
I : : iai ah Lilienthal ; chain as vici
ire Sol Bloom, Harrj i
; / Kampel.
Han : etired to
- a jo from theii I
' ol i izal 1'ih N J..
Han elrnian spent ">r
." siiwii clothing and
h sinessi Mrs. Handels-
i ictive n tin
Had
nd thei Jewisl
Mr. Ustfield said lhal thi
en ii.....n to l
' onored al the "Night in I
i isi i| theii i
' in community iffairs an
' lieii fine example ^is Amei i< ai
Jews helping to improve the futun
development of Israel
Mac Robb ns, the featured en
tertainer at the "Night in Israel."
lias appeared In leading hotels, in-
cluding the Concord, Grossii i
t!.e Fontainebleau. Doral, Diplo-
mat, and Deauville, u well as in
abarets in nearly every majoi
an city He Is a frequent
Iele\ mom performer and has ap-
ared in several films.
The program honoring the
Handelsmans begins at 7:30 and is
'. ''ii to tlie publii i lefi i hmenti
. ill I e sel \ nl.
CDG3NU
jReg tie ed Real Es'a'e Brokers /Serving Coconut Grcve Since 1925
348( .-. --.ut Grcv, Florida 33133
Telephone :305l 443-1606
ommunity the
"oundation's role
The discuss.ons with members
f Miami's Jewish community an
'eing conducted in coopcratioi
ith Ar.eli Rockach, Israeli Com
nuiiity Youth Conultant.
The Youth and Hechalutz De
artment of the Wor Zionist
>rganization in Jerusalem is it
'harge of rll AZYF programs it
siael and pr. vides the fo indal oi
.ith Israeli shlichim for the youtl
lovements, community centeis, us
is the n iit.. initiah
.pit.', shlii him pmgt in I".
ajoi J i i s h coninmn ie
'hrougho I thi "i le I Stal -
I lat.. si ind
.ii.:.., s, s ...
. -urs an : otlici it
: n ii
.tit years n
lid Cilllcl
....
. .
N>imi tous Isvii
iel ...
I and
the I.>

' Y- I-' i ,.
iieati lioi
rhi 1st ....
eaucd .. i, is al tht
u
brev \.....tii n k .'.
.-
l^erner, Singer
To Lecture Here
i ,
nit ho ;
i d Isaac Bash \i
to the Gn
Irstitul n for Fe i iar>
:' i Irae
will Ii.' hen
Sundaj i Fe'.i I t i s;m ;ik
on I- Amei i .> A I >> im Ci\ iliza
No< I -V will dl-
l'uss "What Is A Jewish Wrltei ?'
and .'i. a i eo lin: fron his latesi
w rks Feb. is.
There will be an additional
harge to subscribers to the Green-
Field series for the two lectures
Be i se ol the popularit.i o! the
'wo ;i' ei t is advisable t
make reservations now throti
the tomnle offii c
J IMI III) KDITIONS
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CC: $2,300 $3.500.. including
round-tnp jet transportation, summer ulpai,.
room and board, tuit.on. medical care and
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tSSS^M^ASiS^^iS^m knowledge and preparing for Hebrew teaching
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Friday, January 12, 1973
fJenisli Ffrrkften
Moe Levin At Helm
Of Chaiin Weizman
Page 3-3
Moe Ix-vin. head of the Hlstadrut
: xccutive board, will be Installed
a- president, of, fi^e, O;^1'! VWi/-.
man Farband Bran h. Labor Zion-
ist Organization, at a gala noon
luncheon celebrating the group's
| i anniversary Sunday at the
- Hotel.
An Israeli pioneer who was one
( the command r- in chai
during Israel's War of
ition Mr. Levin has been
as a man with an enviable
, ii zational talent, who with
jeal and Ae\ >tl in has led
Weizman Branch in ii
ictivit ies on beha I ol the Jew i-!i
ial Fund Histadrut Com-
.lew Ish Appeal and -
internationally renowned
Sai i mil Hayim Fershko
pi o\ ide enter) i nn enl il the
on. Although 5a a soprano,
: i.\\ in, pianist-c >mpos t, both
. ... i N.i/i barbarism, each lost
,i in the holocaust But thej
l i. made their taj back to the
-i.i e, gaining a Imiration
ipulai it) among wide au li-
throughout I i pe Israel
and North and South America.
Serving with Mr. Levin in the
roth anniversary celebration are
Manny Burstem, Harry Kalisky,
Morris Birnbaum, Vera Belzer,
.lean Slolzberg, Samuel Samet,
Charles Greenhauf, IWnatil Fur-
Mian, Rose Abels, Sonla Katz, Si-
mon Ben-Herzel, Anna Stone Anna
Miller, Ben Silver. Dora Ofl n
henden, William Donn, Harrj
Chaet, Simon Ben Herzel, Julius
Rubinstein, Hyman Berland, Gert-
Burnbaum, (Tare B irsti in
Anna Ciiaet, Minnie Greenhauf,
It-adore Hanvnei David Kam, Rose
Katz I.. a I.. In, Da\; l and Kath
erine Lippman Rose Luchter, Frli -
da Mailman, Isadore Mishelov, .' >
seph )kun, Chai l< Pachter Gold-
le Rubinstein, AH Silveisi. In
i ".:a S and !.( on Retti:
I ii-i inguished guest s at the
luncheon will in ?lude nationally
known Jewish leaders Dr, Irving
Lehrman, president of the Syna-
le Council of the United Si ites
Judge Z "v W. Kogan, president ol
the Southern Re f J wish Na
tional Fund and former mayor ol
Mk.hu Beach Jay Dermer.
MOE LtVIH
Molly Picon
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,|\\ V Dinner
Donor chairman Edw in L. Fei
in has arranged a "dress u"
award donor dinm r, dance am!
how featuring Moilj Picon at the
arillon Hotel Sun I ly :t 7 p.m
' ir the Norman Bruce Brown Post
in I A xiliary, Jewish War Veter-
ans.
Members of the JWV posts and
auxiliaries give volunteer service
to patients it the VA Hospital, to
senior citizens, needy children, and
maintain an aid to Israel program
Po-t commander is Alex Green-
wald; Auxiliary president is Sei
Lofkowitz.
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Friday. Janucr I2^p
Alexander S. Gross (left) joins in a
to the noxt quarter of a century of
i. ocirass for the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy during the 25th annual scholar-
ship dinner honoring him and Mrs. Gross.
Also pictured, (left to right; are Joseph H.
Kanter, dinner cnairman; Oscar B. She;
associate chairman of the executive com-
mittee; Mis. Gross; I. H. Abrarr.s, associate
chairman of the board, and Mrs. Elie Wiesel,
wife of the guest speaker.
URGES Ml) TO JKW1SH EDUCATION. YOUTH
\\ iesel Calls For Action
As 1,500 Salute Academv
Author and Jewish activist Elie
V iesi irged nearly 1.500 persons
. | the 25th annual Greater Miami
. ;:. Academj scholarship 'tin-
i or tn '"start taking more pos I
steps for .Jewish youth and in
." v ish education immediatelj
lac Ity ol e\ en srreatei
es in the future "
S ikii at a testimoi
and Mrs s
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JH.4 luxiliarv
Plans 2 Affairs
Women's Aux-
i iary, Jewish Home for the Aged,
will hold its monthly birthday
tj at Douglas Gardens 15]
NE 52 Si S inday, Jan 28 al
-' p.m.
! and Mi Max I Ireenbei
lile members, will host this gala
tj honoi ing their two mam!
Samuel and .!< Weiss,
Mrs Louis Makovsky, program
chairman, will present a musicale
turing Morton Reid. with I
i: bor -Stern at the piano.
1 'n Tuesday. Jan. 30. the Aux-
iliary ill hold its monthly meet-
Ing at noon in the Algiers H
Mrs. Makovsky will Intro
Mrs. Martin Silberman. chain
ol the Women's Division ol the
1 atei Miami Jewish Federation,
guest speaker,
There will also he ,-, torch light-
ii B i eren i nj commemorating I
25th Anniversary of Israel.
i rations must be made with
. i ne Tanenbaum, Henny J
Rose Roth.
Sisterhood Iffair
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iffice o at 1
to one of the host J wish
nunit.es in the nation and was
shocked to learn that thei were
00 cases or Jewish youngster*
Ineaay convei ted to Chi istl
c n\ ersii in, '
e are doing nothing about it"
Mr Wl si ci nver
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Wiese said the importance oi i
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it es fundamental to Jew-
.al.
Rabbi Gross i ecelve I tributes '
from local and national repre-
sentatives of Jewish and Israeli
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Friday, January 12, 1973
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Pag? 5-3
Complete Israel Stamp
Service
A -

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: tion S
Israel 25* ("

..-) I tlOl It is Ml I
i t. .;i f '.!:s. Helene I an i
: <-. director ol : i
ae Stami .- v Ice of the Wi
Z."m S. i tl )T '
rganized Here
pre. i
' II I '1!.
: i hi .i .. 5 sci ic s in-
.n \ ,:. stamp

ectii
Mrs. Bl"mkin has I pen a
. ; ineer in the utili; ation ol stamps
a i education U hnique I
leaching about Israt and Judaica
She has taught teachers how to
Advisory Council
Conference Set
The American Jewish Commit-
tee "i'.l hold a Fin-Hi ^-.r
Advisory Council Conference Sun-
MKS. IRVING V.'fXUR
21 at the Dupont P
I ll Ml S. It v .111.
\. i mcil < 'hail n in
been -'..-
: design) d to enaUi \
Ji a ish Committee nv ml
Ida to share the hu
rt-iatinna problems encountered ir
i nilfvi init ies nil
tl i igh rotations t>> -
i iid Mrs We*
nfere nvill pro-
\ I ...:: .'. for A.I- '
I thn State I
Marshall S Ha
chairman of A
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of the Sei
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Brcnda SI IS
... ter Mian
I bers, with ex
th and inti
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of the Jewish C< i
,. hich i y .,. ihe ork i t
all i : '
i I States, v
I roblems I
this i
si ii "
1:30-3:9
< i ,n uru n
i Sei [y m I Ft
i I to th
; '.,- Florida In
, ie I es and trends 1
, thi -i >''.
:; i i ihe chairn
the A '"
. Finance
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mental i :ation and
Lei
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i i the din
"omnittee'i area offices in Phil-
idelnhia, Westchester County, and
loston.
Sen. Myers is chairman of the '
Senate Committee on Health anil
Rehabilitative Services where he
has specialized in legislation uer-
taining to the mentally ill and
retarded, juvenile services and
impiovement within the State's
Welfare system. He is also a mem-
ber of the powerful Senate Ways
ind Means Committee which is '
responsible for the annual State
Appropriations Act.
\iis. Shapiro is a sensitivity
training expert who has been
working with police, youth, teach-
. : s. and intergri e itions direc-
ors; Mrs St< < is a program
. Is I a th thi 'a Ie Count>
Roard of 1 : i struction.
Floi ida Stati
include the d

Browiird < ount) < hupter: Jud e
: '. im, <' "i ge
Lewis K.
s, Milton !" i -
mni : lillei. Ji i eph
:.. .- Mann and Mi
i : Mis Si :: instcin.
Greuter Miami Chapter: Dr.
. : ai I Mis.
'esse Casselnoff, Mrs. Evelyn
..'ohan, Mrs. Charles H. Finkel
ion. Joseph Fleming, Aaroi
n r. Mi and Mrs. Melvyn B
kes, Stanley fit enstein
'' irshall Harris. Joel Hirscl
Kat ; an, Wan Ke
Mi an l "' [r
itig Pi >k e I loll c S
: i S I S. SI
: ii
eii Mis. S
han H. 1
,fiu>konvi!!< I'nlt:
ennett M. 1 lireh
'..... Mi -
Sti In.
Palm Bea h ountj : Mr. and
Alfred P
Lewis
iol 1!. Klor-
Melvj n R
I Mrs
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Samsota i nil i a Gla
i Ki Milton Wi
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ibll i Jewi i i
: ihe l'i :. he
siael, r.r.i! other areas through the
medi i M i ,. ,...
in this connection, Mrs, Blumkin
ouied Jewish summer camps
ihowing how the arts and crafts!
rograma could make bracelets,
laques, and other ornaim nts
1 sing stamps as the decorative
einents.
Author ol "lhe Israel Stam|
V'orkshop," a fact sheet ol in-
ormation on Israel stamps, and
Highlights oi Jewish History on
srael Stamps," she was the Israel,
tamp columnist for the publlca-
Ion, lraci Speak*,
(in one ol her lirst visits to
lacl in 195-1, Mis. Blumkm cre-
ated a map of Israel stamps ami
hen made a tour of Israel guided
i) the stamps. She described this
experience in an article in the
Hadassah magazine entitled.
"Story of My Visit to Israel."
Mrs. Blumkin, a native of New
\ork, graduated from Hunter Col-
lege and is a member of the So-
ciety of Israel Philatelists and a
Charter Memoi r "l the Judaica
Historical Philatelist Society, Shi
headed her own stamp department
m the Bl Wishing House foi
se\ en ye ai I wa directoi :
i h Woi I /.. nist 'i gam a
Stamp 1
Mrs, mkin is now mainl lin-
: .... ani
together w
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II .,. ii. thi I lei
.
Mrs Bl.....i w I woi k with
tools as ai i.- ii Is in
ri u iiik
ith -' im| i ite
ii visit h< it the Cen
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YoHUfg Singk* \ Centkiue Activities
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Key
lay.
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sil
Idels '
p.m.
n thi is. Mike Lil
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+Jen istrict Mian
Friday. January 12
Diane M. Kaplan Becomes Bride Of Raul D. Gonzalez
Piano Micheie Kaplan became lace pattern and studded with
tho bride of Raul D. Sat-
I lay, Jan. t. i:
formed by Rabbi Herb M.
Baum jar I at th I ...
The bride Mr. and
Mrs. Carl E. Kaplan. 8931 SW 20th
St graduated t.
Fa:-k High S shoo! and artel
Miami-Pade Junior Coilegi II.:
husband, the son of Mr. a
Paul Gonzalez, 624 !". 58th Si
Hialeah. graduated from Hialeah
High School and served four years
in tho Marine Corps. Ho is pres-
ently a student at Miami-Pad-*
Junior College.
The new Mrs. Gonzalez selected
a gown of white organza and
Alencon lace with high neckline,
long sleeves and an attached train.
The (town was embossed with the
: her Juliet cap of Alen-
con lac- held a mantilla-style v< il.
Kaplan served as her
maid of honor. Brides-
maids .v, re Mai a Gonzalez, Karen
Freedman, Ronn.-i
Beckman and Nancj Perie. The
flower rli .. ii ;: : net
\r-:: Ka
The ... rother, Frank
n a his best man; ush-
ers included Gary Kaplan. Lewis
Jim Gonzalez. Edward Wil-
son, and Humbeito Rapado.
After a honeymoon trip to Ochos
Rios. Jamaica, the couple will live
in Miami.
o!
Randee Feldman,
Laurence Suffer
Exchange Vows
Randee Ellen, tho daughter
Mrs. Paniol Feldman. 1630 SW
98th Ct.. and Laurence Stuart, son
of Mr, and Mrs. Bernard Saffer.
5915 SW 94th Ave.. exchanged
their marriage vows at noon Sun-
day. Pec. 24. in a ceremony con-
ducted by Rabbi Ralph Glixman in
the Algiers Hotel. The couple was
r I a rec->ntion in the hole1
immediately afterwards.
Both the bi ide and bridegroom
have attended tho University of
Florida and are finishing their
education al Florida International
sity,
The new Mrs. Saffi r selected
n A nc m la gown for her wed-
ding, and cat ried a bridal arrange-
AHS. KAUL 0. GOHZAUZ
Men's Club Sets
Talk Bv Physician

Dr, Henry H. Klein will be guest
speaker at the monthly meeting
of Temple Both Raphael Men's
Club to Iv held in the temple at
1545 Jefferson Ave. at 7:30 p.m
on W'edni sday,
Pr. Klein i an author of sev-
eral medical text books on der-
matology, and his talk will be "n
"Skin Diseases" and the effect of
" ii in their connection. He
will also talk on the subject of
Vit i i ins" and their effectiveness
MRS. MALCOLM MtVDlLSOHN
Hedy Morgenthau
Married In Haifa
Hedy Morgenthau. daughter of
Mrs. Sarah Morgenthau of Jeru-
salem. Israel and the la!e Ernest
Morgenthau. was married to Mal-
colm Mendelsohn. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Mendel-
sohn of Cape Town. South Afr'ca
recently took place at tho Shulamit
Hotel in Haifa.
The brick' was a student at
the Hebrew Academy of Greater
Miami in Miami Beach for several
years.
The bridal party included Jo- J
seph Morgenthau. tho bride's
brother, who is a student at the |
Hebrew University of Jerusalem. I
After a honeymoon trip to Jeru- i
salem. the couple is residing in j
Haifa. I
ol wh te roses and orchids,,,,,,, .,
Shewasatt Marylyn Mej V ? "f, 'he Congregation
ers, maid of honor; Tracy Pa-, id-' ;'n'' "' st' '' "" !n"
-on. Terr) Loigman and Karen s neeting-and '
m, bridesmaids, and Li slii
Fi an flower girl.
Mark Saffer served the bride-
, groom as best man; Mark F< 1
man Scott Feldman, Alan Saffer
and Harry Savage ushered.
Mr and Mrs. Saffer |>ostponod
the r honeymoon and are now at
home at 9555 Coral Way.
All-Orchestral Program In
Gusman Philharmonic Hall
Alain Lombard, musir director
of the Greater Miami Philharmonic
Orchestra, gives classical music
audiences their first all-orches-
tral program. Monday. Tuesday
and Wednesday, at 8:30 p.m. in
Gusman Philharmonic Hall.
The brilliant young conductor,
will pr-'sent the orchestra without
a visiting artist in an evening of
stimulating, challenging music of
works by Giovanni Gabrieli.
Johann Sebastian Bach and Paul
Hindemith
ion w :li follow,
William J Schusel
i the Men's Club.

Son Born To Steinbergs
There'- a new baby in the hom<
of newl) ti : Dade Representa-
tive Paul Steinberg. A T lb, 1 oz
boy was born to his wife. Sandy
at Mount Sinai Hosp'.tal Saturday
Dec. 23. The Steinbergs' son.
named Richard Lawrence. Ls now
at home with his 214-year-old sis-
tor Lisa Lee
Candy Lederer
ind Joe Rubin
Married Jan. 7
R ibin

ran. 7, at 1 Hot TTv
i nducted bj
, Rabbi '>.-." S .....- \
thi
'.
tei Ol Ml and
Mrs Ar -1 Lcden r, 1851 \u
iduated fn m the Unl-
.:-''. South Floi i la where
she was a ol Phi Kappa
Fhi honor sororl > Her husband,
the son of Mr. and Mrs David
Rubin, 17905 NE 7th Ct., graduated
from tli. Miami-Dade Junior Col-
lege School of Mortuary Science,
and is; presently a funeral director.
He was a member of Mu Sigma
Tau.
The new Mrs Rubin selected a
;>ois do satin gown and carried a
bridal arrangement of white hosts
She was attended by Ginny Rubin,
maid of honor, and bridesmaid!
Haibara Lederer, Mary Ledorer.
Hi .' ne Pitchon and Dawn Lederer
Best man was Saul Rubin; Alan
Rubin, Jefl Lederer, Barry Le-
derer, S rott Kramer and Dean Le-
derer ushered.
1. n] a ... be the i .weds'
' after a hi ine> m ion in
ih- Pocon Mis ol Pi nnsjKama
AJConffreas Publishes
Jewish Vrt Booklets
Jewisl i and irtists ire the
ret- ited booklets
oub S'at iuncil
n Ait in [< | ,.
i hie 11
i
Tin booklets the Ri
on Ji wish Ai' : containing
sourre matei hies a
irticles Jewish irtisti."* i xpres
'ion fro anti iuit> to the present
in ivai ah e fi -. the A i
Jewish ('":' s, whim houses
the national council at its New
York headquarters Ju us Schatz
director ol the AJCongress' Com-1
:rus-ion on Jewish Affairs ls enc
utive secretary of the council,
*: >'. h. helped to found in 19o
M*S. Ml HJBIH
Music Faculty Recital
Set At M-DJC South
The p.it-: c is invited to th.
>nd ro-.ita. ol the year by i|
'acuity ol the Mlunl-Dad
Ci ege .-' iuOi Campus, f, '.
ing a wi odwind, string and
sextet; m. ?: soprano ba ne
ind olos; clarin.'t .
and piai soloiata and a
duet.
The ; gram, ached ill i
Wednesday, wi.. ho hell n
fri : L McCarthy Theatn 8
p m.
Dr. Morris M. Kertzer
Beth Sholom's Speaker
1 Moi : t/.T
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fJenisti fkridicii
Page 7-B
The Council of Presidents, an organization composed of
Presidents of Greater Miami's women's organizations which
:s sponsored by the Women's Division of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, recently held an Executive Steering Com-
mittee meeting at the home of Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Shown
above (from left) are Mrs. Marvin Gross, vice president of
community organization; Mrs. Irving Lehrman, overall chair-
man for Council of Presidents; Mrs. Bernard Yesner, presi-
dent of Temple Judea Sisterhood, and Mrs. Philip Stark,
overall president of Women's American ORT.
Mizrarhi Women
Plan Programs
Riiaiian.i Chapter, Mizracfal
-Vonien, bat ;.te Or Wednesday at ] p.m, at
Vgudath l'.;-,: i. 7801 Carlyk Ave.
Mrs. Michai G
lont
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Hatlkvah ( bapter bers will
rear a review of Birmingham's
rhe Si an : -" by Mrs, Esther
Shapin Thursday. Jan. 25, at l
mi. in the Knesseth Israel social
:all, Mrs. Morris Zellner is pro-
Tam chairman and Mrs. Hyman
Kolko serves as chapter president.
#
Business and Frofessional Chap-
ter's meeting Sunday, Jan. 28. will
eature tiie group's charter sign-
ng. according to Ruth Bressler,
*apter president The fun?ton
will be held at the Washington
Federal, 1133 Normandy Dr.

Art Classes Taught By
Charles Bernstein At T
Art classes for beginners fea-
Uirirrg use ol oil. acrylic and water
wlor media were to start Thurs-
lay in the Cardinal roo-n of the
"H.VWfH of Greater Miami, R=>00
' SW 8th St.
Under the leadership of painter
Charles Bernstein, classes will
neet Thursdays from 9 a.m. to
'nun. There i- a nom nal fee foi
li IK-week session.
Trixie Levin Directing
Temple Israel Players
'- .er to Temple Israel
from Ten nanu-Ei for the
time it taki s t< i dlr< t one pro-
duction, will i. Prixii I.. \in. pro-
.i. ol semi-profes-
sional theate who will lead the
Temple Israel players through
performances of the Broad-
way comedy, "Send Me No
Flowers," on Saturday, Sunday
and Monday. Jan. 27-29. at the
temple.
Like the Temple Kmanu-KI
group, her current cast is made up
of people who pursue other careers
in the day-time but have show-biz
in their backgrounds in one form
or another. Trixie has the knack
of bringing out the best in people
ol that category.
A veteran director. Trixie has
the reputation in little theater
circles here of never putting on
anything less than a solid hit.
Women's audiences have enjoyed
l.i r funny lines and song parodies
for years, and even with othei
,p\ matei ial as in this c.i-i
jrtie knews how to"W*ihe !
and spot the business and gestures
that keep people interested
happy,
The temple office will give in-
formation and take reservations
for the production and the
catered dinners planned for the
; Friday and Saturday night per-
formances.
Book Review Scheduled
A review of the hook "My Name
Is Asher Lev." by Charm Pot ok
will be presented by Frances Beicu
at the Ohov Shalom Sisterhood
meeting Wednesday. Jan. 18. in
the synagogue's social hall 7055
Bonita Dr. Miami Beach. The
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be guest speaker.
Mrs. Barry Meiselman (left) and Mrs. Robert Rosen (right)
cochairmen of the Beth Sholom Library bruncheon. show
the temple's librarian. Celia Huber. the bookmark to be
used at the brunch Wednesday at 11 a.m. in the temple
cuditarium. Dr. Leon Kronish will review "Enemies: A Love
Story" by Isaac Bashevis Singer and Mrs. Esther Comman-
day will present readings from the book. Proceeds from
the function, sponsored by the Sister hood, are earmarked
:oi the temple library.
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DAVID FF.LDM.'.V
David, ihe ton of Mr, and Mrs
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day Jan. 13, at Temple Tifereth
Israel.
The cHebrant is an honor stu-
i' n1 pi John F. Kennedy Junioi
High School.
Mr. and Mrs. Feld.man will spon-
s(>r the Kiddush following the cer-
emonies in honor of their son.
Sharing in the festivities will be
both his maternal and paternal
{.-rand parents.
ELI M1ZKAI1I
Fli. t'-e son of Mr and Mrs
Harry Mizrahl will become a Bar
Mitzvah at Temple- Menorah. Sat-
u-day morning, Jan. 13.
Eli i.- an eighth grade stud 'nt a'
Kb I i School
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On Saturday morning. Jan. 13
>:c. son of Dr. and Mrs. Roberi
'.'o!f. wiH be called to the Torah
s a Bar Mitzvah at Temple Sina:
'f North Dado.
Erie i< a seventh grade ttuden'
it the Vanguard School in Fort
Lauderdale. attends the Templr
Mnai Religious School, and is a
nember of the temple's Youth
'hoir.
Among guests atending the Ba
Mitzvah will be Eric's materna
randparents. Mr. and Mrs
Diaries Schechter from Philadcl
liia and paternal grandiathe
oseph Woll of Miami Beach.
STEVEN GLASS
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> Jen Ijsti fhrkttom
Page 9-B
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+Jewist! ftcridliairi
Friday, January 12. 1973
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl
Grind Not The Faces Of The Poor
IN oik host-election rush to prove that we
arc all true believers In the work ethic, some of
the more forgetful among us may have overlooked
an ominous headline: "Senate Abandons Welfare
Reform At Least Until 1977." This bulletin was
flashed on tin- screen not long be-
fore the voters went to the polls.
The drama shaping the headline
was played out between the law-
makers and th- President in the
'ii when brave words were
spoken about minimum income
but w i'h paltry results.
On ii! every four Americans
lives i ither below the poverty line
of $80 a week [our, or slightly above
it. And since :' ma> take three or four years for
thi poor to nake theii ..... heard well enough
to achieve reliel and equity in the dispensation of
welfare, the thinkii .. a n rican who .-till nurses
even an out; ion will not dare to walk
ly from the challenge of poverty.
Mitchell I. Ginstx rg, dean ol the Columbia Uni-
versity School ol Social Work who has served
a- Commissioner of Welfare in New York City, has
said bluntly: "The hatred of welfare is unbelievable.
You should have .-''en my mail when I was commis-
sioner of welfare. I was going to be stoned to death
because I was seen giving things away We un-
derestimated the depth of opposition." Who has
. ., |ii'e stones in hand, lor tlw* throwing" Often
enough, the critics are hard-working people with
at least one foot out of the poverty morass. And
quick to join them are those who accept as gospel
every quarter-truth they hear about those horrible
people on welfare.
The Massachusetts Public Welfare Council re-
cently invited folks to take a fresh look at "Five
Myths About Welfare." Would you have a moment
to go through that exercise? If so. you. too, might
be iieiped in groping your way toward- solutions to
the problem of poverty in America:
Myth one: "Half of all our state budget now is
going to people on welfare.' Rebuttal: it i- true
that l_" of the total cost of all state operations is
in the State Welfare Department, but nearly halt
of the total amount comes back in federal grants.
And more than 40S ol the total welfare budget
..- to hospitals, nursing home-, doctors, dentists
druggists, etc. Administrative expense in the wel-
fare budget is only 69! of the total.
Myth Two: "A lot of welfare money goes to
chiselers." Rebuttal: Less than !' of public assist-
Between You and Me: By JOSEPH P0LAK0FF
Important E\ enls Of "72
A CHALLENGE TO an> n< .vs editor would be to list
10 or 15 "i (event ect ly
- events are
de a part >f -f elop.
the tend-
ency to substitui nee hi :htens. In
.-...r d the meaningful over-
(he lej irture of the
iva ol more than
.lews in t tha the cease-
(he growth of
Israel Zion-
and Jews; th< increase in mixed mar-
es among American Jews the relationship of Jews
and blacks and the media's spotlight on Jews and politics
m th unprecedented glare cannot be dismissed or down-
led simply be. a :-.. they are not events'' in the head-
lint sense,
Nevertheless, the list foi 1972 must have at its top
the emigration of Soviet lews as the year's most signifi-
i| nent I onsidering the So let restrictions on
ii 01 a natl i ol national law and principle, the
.t ol the Aral igainst Israel, the vir-
tual disappi u '' ol Judaism and Jewish education
B the Soviet >n Jews this exodus bord-
ei on the Incn di
Aftei th it Soviet a ithd iv it J ilj
'!..! ly all its rypt at (he Cairo
rnment's behest whi hi itely all (hi -
ter of si (ation ii (he Mid I I
possibility p: itj minus and created a fresh
nenl ers to in.
- "Nixinger." The Soviet exit
''' N>1< -in Moscow.
What is said then n the Midd md Soviet Jewry,
ntion Vii tna etc., is b iried in the White House
Kremlin files for at least 10 and probabrj 20 years
l since tin- Nixon-Kissinger "partnership," as Max
Lerner calls it. 'is one of the great events of our time.
possibl) of profound meaning for world history."
Returning to the international scene, the significance
Ol the Middle East's cease-fire now in its third year, to
Israel's well-being is apparent. The killing of 26 and
wounding of 70 at Lod Ainx>rt on May 30 by Japanese
gunmen associated with Arab terrorism; the slaughter
Of 11 Israeli athletes at Munich on Sept. 5 by Arab kill-
n- and the rash of letter bombs and skyjackings aroused
great sympathy for Israel and the victims' families in
the West and in Japan with tome exceptions Imt in
the United Nations, the Communist bloc plus Arab states
and their Asian and African friends, rejected the U.S.
ais for strong action against terrorism. The U.S.
a1-1 east it- second veto In history In the Security Coun-
in defense of Israels self-defense requirements. Each
of these must be on any editor's list for 1972
Nor would the 1972 list be complete without men-
tioning Mark Spit/, the American Jewish Olympic swim-
mer, who won an unprecedented seven gold medals at
the Munich Olympic Games and unanimous Congres-
sional recognition for his feat.
And if a fitting quotation can be included, the follow-
ing ly Isaac Bashevis Singer the "literary 'Fiddler on
the Roof ot the 20th century" is offered to conclude
the 1972 review .
"Today when religion has been weakened, Israel i-
here. The Jews of the world now have an address an
old address one thai is highly respected and beloved.'
Shalom and la'chaim.
ance cases in our state are fraudulent: and a Fraud
Squad is in hot pursuit.
.Myth Three: "The welfare rolls are loaded with
able-bodied people who iust don't want to work."
Rebuttali Three in every lour receiving welfare are
on old Age Assistance, Disability Assistance or in
the school-age category, Again, the most recent
Studj showed '..'OO.OOO people out of work.
Myth Four: "Welfare is high living boozi
color TV's and Cadillacs." Rebuttal: The avei
\id for Dependent Children grant for a mother
and three children is $73.50 a week, painfully below
the minimum living standard. The avei i e ength
o| staj for fan Ilii on AFDC is one year and 10
months.
Myth I-'i\c: "Most if those on welfare are
blacks ind 1 to Ricans who have come here to
,t the lole." Rebuttal: AFDC Profili shows
701 white. he tdi : h hoi I : 70':
legiti le children: ( n >thers born in
tins .stab
But the myths choose not to die. And that
gloomy headline tells us we must wait until lv*77
for solutions Besides, who cares today about the
right oi all to win a precious freedom freedom
from poverty?
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
A New Era Begins
Israel \\
IT in GENERALLY expected thai the election of
en as Chief Ashkenazic Rabbi of
nark the beginning of a new era in
rei:. Israel.
Chiel Rabbi Goren i- not a re-
He has let it be known
(I it hi will administer his office
strictly in accord with the halacha,
J< wish tra I tional law, But he has
a ie; utation as one who is willing
and able to interpret that law in
the light of conditions. In this he
was emin -nlly successful during his years as chief
chaplain of the Israel armed forces.
Obviously any possible changes will not Come
about quickly. In his own camp he will have the
support of the National Religious Party (the Miz-
rachi groups), th.....thodox kibbutzim and the neo-
orthodox youth, but he will be bitterly opposed by
more fanatical elements.
FOREIGN NEWSLETTER
By S. J. Goldsmith
11:
Some years ago he had come out in favor of
convening a religious Sanhodrin which would have
(he suprt me authority to grapple with the prob-
lems of religious observance In a 20th century civili-
zation Such a Sanhedrin could presumably give
to policies that no individual rabbi could take
upon himell I i proclaim.
G iren's election comes at a crucial time In the
poll! cal ol the country. The Labor coalition is
on the vi i e ol a sp II rvei i legislative proposal to
ilize civil marriages in certain circumstances.
'1'be bill is the brain-child of the small Independent
Liberal Party, which is a member ol the coalition.
It i- supported by the left-wing Mapam, which is
also a member of the coalition, it is opposed by
the dominant Labor Party, under the leadership of
Golda Meir, which fears that the bill will drive a
wedge between two groups In Jewish life and create
a possibly fatal schism.
Mrs. Meir had prevented the proposal from
coming to a vote during the final days of the
Knesset sessions last spring, but it will be coming
up again shortly. If the Liberals and Mapam vote
for it. they may be read out of the coalition. If it
passes, the large religious bloc will withdraw from
the coalition, and the government will fall. Can
Golda Meir hold the fort against the assault of the
secularists, with the promise that many Changes
and much liberalization may eventually come from
the office of the new chief rabbi?
A recent analysis of the situation, written by
Ran Kislev in "Haaretz," ventures an illuminating
explanation Of Mrs Meirs stand Kislev suggests
that Mrs Meir is not moved by political considera-
tions alone. She objects to the civil marriage pro-
posal on grounds of conscience as well. It would
appear, says Kislev. that Mrs Meir has gone through
the same process as many of her colleagues who
reach the tame age. It is the normal process of a
on who i> reaching the end of his days and
seeks to return to faith and religion. In many Labor
kibbutzim synagogues have of late been set up for
the elder members who were the founders of the
settlements revolutionaries in their day. it should
be added.
Whatever her reasons. Golda Meir now has a
powerful ally in Chief Rabbi Goren or the other
w i> around, depending on one's perspective.
How To Love The BBC
I HAVE JI'ST COME back from an exhibition wl
picts I I lopment of the BBC o\et th 30
;. ai The Brit ish Broadcastini Cm ition v
in I I ing its go Ii i
exhibition rai ed ys when announcei ; had t
evenii Ii -- on sound rad ol But g< ntlemi -1
to wear bla< k ties after 7 p.n
pictures ol a hijackii on the televisioi
before the hijackers havi bad a chance Ion i
Millions of people still remember the wartime BBC
with great affection During the dark days ol the Nazi
era. the BBC sustained them with its broadcasts To I
enslaved by the Nazis, the BBC was then only con
with the civilized world. A- long as London was st J
broadcasting, there was hojio for humanity yet
Today the BBC is still a formidable instru
news and comment, perhaps the I effkH nt in Hie
world It is a corporation, ultin British
people. The world has no longer a stake in it Nothing
wrong with that, as long as it is understood
The a-titi.de of the BBC to ai 1Ilf..y K
of co irse, I cried. m the rina > by the I
Office. There are subtle wa,- in whi h (hi ..
complished. When It c ffairs the chair-
man of the BBC and il
bypas
I will take one eve: ^ ,,
Some year- ago, the BBC suddenly closed down its H*
brew Service, which had been in exist ... ,. since the Jew-
ish state had come into beii g The reason given was the
need to save money No one believed B word of it And
soon the chairman. Lord Hill ol Luton, was telling pe
that he had bee,, against it. and that the BBC
ing more money on paper clips than on the who., of the
Hebrew Sen Ice.
It did not take long to discover that the Aral its at
the Fore,,,, Office, in one of their more extravagant
mood-, decided to throw the Arabs another crumb of
appeasement.
Israel manages without Hebrew from ,,, of
" There j< P1*^ "f home-made Hebrew on Kol
Israel. But Soviet. Rumanian. Greek and Yugoslav Jews
ud to pick up the BBC Hebrew broadcasts Ai the
"me, ls,aeh broadcasts used to b Jammed They still
srejhis was known. Yet. the Hebrew Service was liqui-
evena"*rc etition for the soul of every
lstenei was going on
I love the BBC. I watch |ts s,v,r,. ifs ^
t^'ve Programs, It, general new p ta v,laX
an ~,U a"' This i, the only way to love
the Bl;.'.


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UGAl NOTICE
JOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
iTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN thai
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THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No 72-5462 (Primm,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
RE Eatale of
lAL'RICE Vl.NOCOl R
Deceased.
All Creditor* and All Person* Hav-
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paired to Draatnl .my rlsim* and de-
banda which you may have .ik.hu ~t
Ihe estate of MAURICE VI.NOCOCR
leceaaed lain of Dade County. Flor-
ida to the County Judge* of Dude
'luni.v and file the same In duplt-
r.it'- and aa provided In Section 732 -
PlOlida SlHiulfs. in their office*
the County Courthotiae in iv.i.
nunty. Florida, within mx ralendar
jnontba from the time of the fir*i
publication hereof, or the name will
t barred.
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UGAL NOTKV
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 72-2J553
BEATRICE T II* IR
Plaintiff,
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-?6?93
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAC.E
in RE: tiik \i \m:i \.iKi>r
Wll.l.li: JAMES TTI KR
and
MINETTE ri'TI.ER
Obituaries
ANTONIO M,' RTELIX1 rind
MARIA MARTEI.l.O, his wife,
Defendants.
:" A\'Tr.\|li MARTEMX and
MARIA MARTEM.O, bin wife
i realdem e unknov, n
YOt' ark HEREBY' NOTIFIED T: Mlnatte Cutler
hat a Comnlalnt for Cancellation fRealdence unknown)
ind Satisfaction of Mortgage on the TOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED,
ojiovvlng described real property to- ",!'' "' action for Dissolution ol Mar- '
"It: rlage h.i>- been filed against von ., ,i
The West I4S.7S feet of the North
in feet or the South 20s i'.i r.-..i ,.f
the North (94 4 fe^t ,,f Tract 1
of CORAL. PINES, ,i Subdivision
........I'"K to the Plat thereof
recorded in Pint Hook t:' a) Page
M. of th.- Public Records of Had,.
County, Klonda.
taa lo-eii fii,.,| against you and you tared against you for the relief de-
ire required to serve ropy of vour mandad in the rnmnlaint or netltion.
Answer i.r pleading t., the Complaint I This notic- .,Uall be published once
upon the .ii toil,.*, for UK VTRICK rn' h u**"k 'or 'ur consecutive weeks
TAHOR. Plaintiff. LYONS AND I ln THK JEWISH FI/>RIDIAN
ir-.i I WITNESS mv hand and I
you are ri-ijulred to serve a copy of
your written defenses if any. t" it
on David K Stone, attorney for pel
tloner, whose addre-aa i> 1i \ W l?ih
Avenue, Miami. Florida, and file th..
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before Fehruary ">.
I !'73: otherwise a default will he en-
SMITH. PA, lL'.l" N.W. 7th Street.
Miami. Florida ailjr,. and file the
'Tiainnl Answer or pleading In the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 26 dav of Jan..
IW8. otherwise the allocations of said
Complaint will he taken as confessed
by you and a Ispfault will be entered
acainst you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 14
day of Dec 1972
E R l.KATHKUMAN
Clerk Cir.-uit Court ..f
1 >.ol,. i 'ounty, Florida
By U .1 FOY I SKA l.i
Deputy >'lei k
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IN
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IN PROBATE
No 72-6304
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
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DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 72 ?4672
ACTION FOR DISSOI UTION
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E. It I.KATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dude County. Florida
By c V COPE7.AND
Aa Deouty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
STONE & SOSTCHIN
David E Stone
101 N W 12th Ave.. Miami. Fla
Attorney for Petitioner
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-629S
JOHN R BLANTON
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Dead At 88
Sam Schindler. 88. of 2910 Point
East Dr.. No. Miami B-'aoh. died
Saturday, Jan H, in Certain of
Lebanon Hospital.
A pioneer resident r>f Miami
1 avlng come here in 1921. Mr
Schindler had left Europe as a
tesult of persecutions and discrim-
inations. He lived in England tv
years before coming to the United
States in 1904.
Established as a tai'or in Nev
York City. Mr Schindler and hi-
wife. Lena, were active in the
IGWU.
In Miami, he o;>eiated a ceneral
merchandise store and post office
n what was then known as Lemon I
City. Following the 1926 hurri-
cane, his store was used to house
nnd feed 500 homeless people for ,
which official commendations were
received from the P.ed Cross.
Following his retirement, Mr
Schindl r devoted his time to
philanthropic activities. He war
'ictive in the United Jewish Ap-
Ihe United r' :i I an : Bonds
for Isi ael.
i !c as i ha; tei n ml er ol
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Shalom Lodge B'n .
Mr. Sch nci I by
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I i i:. ii iIdren, am
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Si vifi s v\i i he I on J i
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Jewish Women Brandeis Unit
- i... Floi. la Zionist Council, I
rlistadrut.
A director and life memter ~f
the Hebrew Academy Women.
was honored as a "Woman it
Valor" by Israel Bonds in 1972.
Miss Goodman is survived by a
sister, Esther Goodman of Miami
Beach, and a brother, Louis Good-
man ot St. Lo.....
Services were held on Jan. S
at the Alton Rd. Riverside
'hapel. with interment at ML
Nebo Cemetery.
GOODMAN
Lillian of MB, passed sway Sunrlay.
A 26 veur re.-ul^ni formerly rtf st
I ui- Mo Past uresldsnt Miami
lieach Chanter of llmlaMssh. nr^si-
dnl of the IK. lloodman OroOD of
Hadassab, life member of Hadaasah,
n member of the Sisterhoo.l of Tern-
ui-- Emanu-EI Jewish Home for 'lie
Aired, Technlon, Hebrew I'nlveeaity,
Rlscayn* Chanter of HKT, Hatlkvah
chanter of B'nai B'rlth, National
Coun il nf Jewish Women, Rrandels.
Hebrew A, ademy, Plnrlda Zionist
' 'nuncil Histadrul dlrei tot ind I -
memh.-r of the Hebrew A t. n
W r. honored ..- :, ivnm in t
valoi i'\ Israel itond......|
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brother I.oulx l"
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CONSTRUCTICE SErtVICE
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IS THE CIRCUIT COL.RT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
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DADE COL-NTV.
CIVIL ACTION NO 7."-CS9S3
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
Th< Mart
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CONSTRUCTIVE SFRVICE
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DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 7.-.T6-04
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
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CONSTRUCTIVE SF.RVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAI CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-123
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
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iJewisli Flor idian
Miami, Florida Friday, January 12, 1973
Section C
Mizrachi Sponsoring Tu B'Shevat Program
The Greater Miami Rofrion of the Alpine Room of the Lucerne C&plan, former executive vice pres-
achi Religious Zionists "i
America will sponsor a cultural.
steal and social program Thurs-
day, Jan. 18. at 8 p.m., correspond-
Hcito: Collnu
Street.
Avenue
to ihe 15th day of the month
cf Shevat. when Israel expresses
iv appreciation for the heaven!)
blessings on the "New Year for
and throughout Israel
young and old engage in a fuil-
Bcale program ol tree planting.
The f( -I:, it: Will DC h.-ld ill
Judea Lodge Elects
New Slate For 73
Lodgi B'nai R'rith. pled
its 1973 offio the annual
i held 1 29 :: the Roney
I .i !lotel, it ha -- armui
S i' N Kutcher was
elected ;>! ( sident;
- inn w "' ''';11 will be Louis
an Be F. Kutcher,
is Gold and Dan Popeck,
esidei Jack ft rg co
n tai j; Dr. Irvin
suk, financial secretary; Ely
Schwartz, treasurer; Dr. Murray
i ig chaplain, and Harry Green-
I -.\ a '! "
board of directors for the
year Includes Meyer Ah-
ramson, Louia Anpel, Joseph H.
Altschul, Herman Bernard, Ja-ei>h
\-' rnstein, Abe Ovckninn. laWi
nati Willi.-un AncheM Col. Why
Fi itelberg, Herman Flansbanm.
Forgash, Lester Golburt.
Henry Howard and Dr Sam Katz-
Also Isadore K layman. Sam
po oskl, 1'hilip Levine, Macnus
I ipton Philip Miller Barnett Mos-
Abe Ptachtek, Hyman Rubin-
Samuel RoseRwasser, Sam
SI pnund Schwartz
Spilke and I-ouus I. WeitZ-
Attorney lo Speak On
The Trial Lawyer1
.1....! attorney Howard J. Hol-
r will speak on "The Trial
wver Modern Day Gladiator"
the V; Forum on Tuesday. 1
p.m n. !h. Forte Auditorium.
11. Ilander is a member of
thi Florida Bar Association, and
" board of directors, American
Liberties I'nion. Miami and
5i e of Florida.
at 41st ident of Mizrachi who is the spir-
itual leader of the Sky Lake Syna-
. ..... gogue, and Rablii David Lehrfield
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro ol Beth Knosi.,h ,M.ai>1 Congregation
Israel Congregation. Rabbi Jonah honorary president Gf Mizrachi,
will discuss the significance of Tu-
B'Shevat and how it relates to the
activities and goals of Mizrachi In
Israel and the world over,
Cantors Abraham Seif, Meyer
Engel and Joseph Moore will ri n
der musical selections and will
lead the assi ruests in a
"sing-a-long" of current popular
Israeli festival songs.
,\ shoii documentary fibn de-
pteting Israel's growth and devel-
opment, beginning with 19th cen-
tury Palestine and leading up to
the present-day Israel, will be
shown.
Refreshments, including choice
fruits from Israel, will be served
by the host committee, with Jo- ph
Hoffenberg as chairman. Partici-
pating as hostesses will be mem-
bers of Mizrachi Women and the
Sisterhood of the Cuban Hebrew
Congregation.
Mizrachi members, friends and
the general public are invited.
Miami Beach Mayor Chuch Hall, guest speaker at the re-
cent Hadassah Medical Organization luncheon sponsored
by the Southgate Group of the Miami Beach Chapter in the
Fontainebleau Hotel's Club Gigi, is Hanked by Shirley L.
Kaine, president of the group, (left) and Tillie L. Schwar+:
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Friday. January 12, 1973
Fashion Show Highlight Of
ADL's Inaugural Conference
T:. : -- 7- Bond Fa
Show will ::>.
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1 a Hoti
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The Inaog n
bria
Bowls adn *
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png
Feb. 3.
The sa!a All-Israel Fi
Bl: >- -.barks on a I
t U S. and Canadian dtiei fol-
lowing th- Miami 'lebut will fee-
t -e the atest in haute couture
pnd rea'!>-t.f-uear from Israel. It
t- be-r.g atafed and ac,-esso: izer
by J< nian Marsh Miami, under
the supervision of Mrs Eleanor
Morris, fashion coordinator who
will also serve as commentat'.r
Vtrs. Jan Perce. wife .if tbe
f.rnoijs opera star who is national
Chairman of the Women's Di\.
of S:;.t.> of Israel Hunds. said that
fettandancc at tHe Itincheon-fasftioD "
now win be
r. ;- in 1973 of a 11.000
1st
in tl
in -
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aha .
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th the
:>oit Institute in Tel
The fashion eala i* dosisr1 I 1
r.t American ar. 1 Cai
n with tl
-nd sophisticate-: styling! if the
Israeli industry B>
ml expoi Its textili s
;;nd fashions and increasing sales
in foreign markets. Mrs Peerce
explained. hoping to de-
crease the severe balance-of-pay-
ments deficit which has had ar.
inflationary effect on the economy.
We are also proud that the
Women's Division has an
funity through this fashion show
if add a touch of glamor t<> the
serious business of Improving the
econom:c development of Israe'
that is the parpflM of the 197:<
International Inauguta! Confer-
: f Stal I I rids
mis iAH HtKt
Neal Sonnet! To Speak
At Sisterhood Luncheon
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letters to the editor
EDITOR. Th' Jewish I lri(li:in:
With the commencement ol the
missionary efforl of "Key 73,"
there lias r> i n a great amounl u!
Concern on Ov part o: many Jew-
ish communal leaders. They have
become worried about the possi-
bility ol losing many Jewish p<'o-
ple who might be attracted to
Christianity because of this new
evangelistic campaign.
Various organizations have is-
sued pli-as to Christian leaders,
asking them to curtail their ef-
fort-i and to often the impact of
their campaign so as not to at-
tract any Jews in the course of
their campaign. Some have even
issued statements deploring the
concept of "Key 73."
I ani alo very concerned about
any kind ol drifting ot Jews from
their fold, whether they be yuung
or old. As a religious !ader. I
find it my respon-ibiliry to do
whatever 1 can to keep Jews with-1
ia the fold.
But 1 feel that condemnation of'
Christians i- but a meager effort. I
hardly ellective and perhaps j
counter-productive. A solely nega-
tive approach will not stem thej
tide that makes Jews drift from
their source.
A smait chopper will reject the
offer of a salesman whose sole
selling point L his fervent down-
grading of tht competitor's prod-
uct.
Th<- Jews who are disillu-
sioned with Judaism today are M
because tlw s fail to see inj oosi-
Uve, vital need :> be Jews. To
many of them, their sole encounter
fcvtyh and exposure to Judaism is in
the area ol the various secular
Jewish organizations. To them
JewishiH'ss seems to be a con-
glomerate of groups who espouse
left-wing or right-wing politics.
who combat anti-Semitism who
compete with each other to raise
funds to support their oragniza-
tlon.
Many other Jews are aware of
their Jewishness only from a nega-
tive standpoint. To them, being a
Jew means the denial of oppor-
tunities of advancement economi-
cally or socially otherwise open to
gentiles, They become cognizant
of their being Jewish when the
non-Jew tells them they are Jew-
ish.
But there is no need to be Jew-
ish to embrace any particular
shade of politics. And to many
people, the most effective way of
combating anti-Semitism is to
eliminate Semltiam completely. To
them, the logical way of solving
the Jewish problem is to shed the
mantle of Judaism from their per-
sons.
It is not the works of Christian
missionaries that threatens to lob
off a great portion of the Jewish
POBfe, It is the widespread ignor-
ance of the fundamental principles
of Judaism that poses the greatest
threat.
Belief in a prsonal G-d, con-
cerned with the conduct of each
individual human being; belief in
the eternity of the soul, its exist-
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be latter days; belief.uu a Ui' of
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being and belief in the comini
i the Messiah are the reason for I
! being a Jew.
These are the truths which at-
I tract a person to religion. Tins,
are the beliefs without whi'h there i
can be very little motivation foi
people to conduct their lives along
the paths of morality, ethics and
I righteousness.
If Judaism does not offer these
basic principles of faith to our
youngsters, th*y will seek theni
out elsewhere.
The efforts of (hose involved in
Key 73" should awaken those
who are in positions of leadership
in Jewish circles to strengthen re-
ligious education and to embark on
new program* of teaching young
and old the eternal principles of
Judaism.
RABBI P. A. WEBER MAN
Ohm- Shalom Congregation
Dade Women Ottered
Hew Resource Directory
A resource directory for the t
needs of women has been prepared
by the Dade County Commission .
on the Status of Women. It is j
ivailable for distribution through
the Dade Citizens Information and
Service Centers at the Countj
(Courthouse.
The free booklet provides th
name- and addresses of agencies I
ind organizations lea ling with
such topics as cred'1 information
areet de e ipmenl real estsrti
investment an I ency sen
ici s.
Vizccya Recital Postponed
A recital b\ the University, of
Miami Faculty Baroque Trio at
V'izcaya orii i i scheduled for
Sunday has been postponed unti1
March 25,
Hudson County Club flans Get-Together
The Hudson Country Club of Bobby Gale, comedy star of TV
New Jersey will meet on Thurs- ,,,) ni^ht clubs, and refreshments
laj Jan. 18at H p.m. in the Amer- .., h,,.t(.(i b Herman K. Can-
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G0LDA MEIR, PRIME MINISTER OF ISRAEL!
Presentation of Mixrachi Women's
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HONORABLE CONGRESSMAN DANTE B. FASCELL
Presentation of the Bronze Medallion Award in
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Friday. January
2 !97j
Greatest Show On Earth In
Convention Hall Jan. 24-30
The 103rd edition of Ringling
Bros, and Barnum & Bailey Circus
will be in the Miami Beach Con-
vention Hall Jan. 24-30.
This year. 'The Greatest Show
on L'arth" will feature the most
unique array of international
talent ever assembled including
wild animal trainer, Gunther
Gebel-\Villiams and his tigers,
elephants and horses; Europe's
Wolfgang Holzmair presenting 17
lions, the largest performing gr in the world; Gran Picaso. Spain's
famous and amazing juggler;
Switzerland's high-wire star, Pio
Nock and Family; the Jaeki Al-
thoff Bears from Germany; The
Vickels, America's stars on the
mid-air motor cycle; three rings
ol charming chimpanzees, trained
by Rudi Lenz. Jack Rhodin and
Mickey Antalek: the Flying
Waynes and the Flying Medallions
on the high trapeze; Jeanette
Williams and her performing
Lippizan stallions; The Silagis,
Bulgaria's esteemed teeterboard'
troupf ; Victoria. America's cele-1
bra ted mid-air gymnast, and other j
top-flight talent.
The Greatest Show on Farth :
Happenings
Jacqueline Dale, who heads
th< Patiem Relations Counsel-
unit at Cedars of Lebanon
<>''- ital, was the guesl speakei
i i nt meeting ol the Surf-
. Bay Lions CBub in the Amer-
b Hotel, according to J. R.
Schwartz, program chairman,
M -.- Dale, who was recently
ed president-elect of the
v lean Hospital Association's
ty of Patient Representa-
discussed 'The Patient Re-
- Counselor A New Di-
stort in Heahh Care."
-to fc Daw Goodwin, author of "In-
ce for Consumers." and
Wasting Your Insurance
Dollars," will serve as chairman
of a conference on improvements
In ir.>urance policies, sales meth-
ods and claim settlements spon-
Bored by the University of Miami
Prxgram for the Study of Con-
Burner Affairs, this weekend in
lh Sheraton Four Ambassadors
Hot*]. Among those attending
the Jan. 11 to 13 sessions will
dp Florida Insurance Commis-
pJcr.' .- Thomas D. O'Malley.
1r A< its final pn-sentation of the
annual culture series. Barry Col-
! presents "Max Morath at
the Turn of the Century." a
onf-man, two-hour musical nos-
talgia, in the college auditorium
S < ay, Jan. 21. at 8:15 p.m
Max Morath. who made his New
Stage debut less than three
ago, Ls considered the fun-
and most entertaining so-
cial historian to l>e encountered
ir ij The Board of Directors of
Jefferson National Bank at
Sunny Isles has announced the
appointment of Frank Juriaon
Phillip* to the position of ex-
ecutive vice president and direc-
tor of the bank and the appoint-
ment of Mrs. Batelle ( FinkH-
stein as Assistant Cashier, where
her prime responsibilities will
be concerned with new accounts.
features five lavish production
spectacles in its all-new edition.
Highlighting the production is
"Once Upon A Circus." an elab-
orate, colorful pageant which fea-
tures the entiie companj ling Bros, and Barnum & Bailey
performers and animals.
Other features include: An
American Indian-themed aerial
ballet, featuring the young ladies
of The G tea test Show on Earth
performing high in the arena, and
spotlighting the amazing heel-
catches of the great Elvin Bale
on the swinging trapeze; three
rings of performing liberty horses
and the famous Tsekovi acrobatic
troupe, premiering their sensa-
tional giant swing.
Bob Welz is singing ringmaster
for the new production; Keith
Killinger directs the brass band.
Clowns, led by the famous Lou
Jacobs, will include such well-
known laughmakers as Fraukie
Salute. Danny Chapman, "Frosty"
Little and Duane Thorpe.
The 103rd Edition of The
Greatest Show on Earth is pro-
duced by its president, Irving Feld
and staged and directed by Richard
Barstow. Tickets are now on sa's
at the Convention Hall Box Office,
al] Sears and Jordan Marsh store*
and by mail order.
Emanu-El
Art Show
Underway
A champagne preview of the
one-man art show by Douglas
Robinson in Temple Kmanu-KI's
Pearlman Mural Room was to be
held Thursday at 8 p.m. as the
Miami artist began his first ex-
hibition in Miami Beach.
The show by the former Pitts-
burgh and New York artist, whose
works are in the collections of
many prominent Floridians, will
be o|>en Friday from noon to 5
p.m.. Saturday from 7 to 10 p.m..
Sunday from noon until 10 p.m
and Monday from noon until 6 p.m.
Mrs. Fredrie Miller and Mrs.
Bernard D. Kaplan are cochairmen
of the art show, which is spon-
sored by the Temple Emanu-El
Sisterhood. Mm. Benjamin Beloff.
Sisterhood president, said an an-
tique show scheduled to have been
held concurrently with Mr. Robin-
son's art show was postponed.
MB Hadassah Units
Set Monday Agendas
Art Auction Slated
The art auction scheduled by
Congregation B'nal Raphael Sister-
hood for Jan. 14, has been post-
poned until Sunday. Jan. 28. al 8
p.m. Paintings by Howard Mann
Art Gallery will lie shown.
Miami Beach Chapter of lladus
:ih has scheduled a board meting
at the Algiers Hotel for Monday
at 10 am with Mrs. Kmanuel Mentz;
presiding. At 1:30 p.m.. also In
the Algiers Hotel, the chapter's
book review series will feature
Mrs. Edith Geiger, who has se-
lected 'My Name is Asher Lev"
bj Chain) Potok. Mrs. Irvine j
Speare l8 chairman.
Groups belonging to the chapter ,
which are also meeting on Monday
include:
Lincoln Group which plans a (
luncheon and card party at noon,
;n the 100 Lincoln Club Room.
Hostesses are Mesdames Ma Kap-
lan, Etta WeiSS, Anne I.ightman,
Bessie Sipkln, Fanny Lazarus, and !
Sadie Glavosky,
Renaaaa Group will meet at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Alfred S.
Freeman, 4505 Meridian Ave, at
10 a.m. Sylvia Shapiro will give
a reading on Israel. Mrs -
Bred) will preside
Reyal MiffahfM (iron,, u,
meet at 7 p.m.. at the Fii
Federal. 755 Washington
Mrs. Joseph Mondres. life
bership vice president ol the
Miami Beach Chapter of I:
sah. will entertain. Mrs,
Birnbaum will preside
On Thursday, Jan. 18, Banthcate
Group will sponsor a ".V
Bring A New Member" luncheon
al 1-' noon in the Southgate Tei
Mrs. Shirley Kaine is prea
Kinneret Chapter Meeting
Kinneret Chapter. Pi
Women, will hold a white el< p
sale and package party Sundaj
its 1 p.m. meeting in the V. ,
ton Federal at 1133 Not
Dr., Miami Beach. The fesl ,
Tu B'Shevat will also be
s I 1
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Friday, January 12. 197.1
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1
Noel Harrison Plays
Lead In My Fair Lady
My Fair Lady," Btarrtng Noel
Harrison as the peevish diction ex-
t. Profv Henry Hoggins, ami
NOEL HARRISON
Virginia Vestoff as Kliza Doolittle,
Cockney guttersnipe in* rrane-
from a drab flower girl to
in high society, open.-d this
. al the Coconut Grove Play-
. irjd will continue there for
v weeks, through Sunday, Jan
iarj Gage (Alfred Doolittle)
stars a:- the flower girl's rois-
ig father, sings the show's dia-
;> amoral songs "With a
Bit >f Luck." anil "Get Me
Church "ii Time."
My Fair Lady," as the world
i the blend ol melody and
hter thai has enthral Ic l i idi-
. all around the uni\ e and
- 'ored record-breaking long
','. years In Its first New
nj agement, 5'a years in
London over a year In Stockholm,
: two years in Melbourne, to
name a few, It Was based on Ber-
l Shaw's 1914 comedy, Pygma-
lion."
.Van Jay Lorner ami Frederick
I .ewe marie the adaptation, Mr.
I oewe writing the lilting tunes and
Lerner everything else. Between
them they produced some ol the
most popular Mine hits ever writ-
Wometco Theatres
ten. They are responsible for such
favorites as "The Rain in Spain."
"I Coul.l Have Danced all Night,"
and "Show Me."
This is Noel Harrison's second
appearance as Prof. HinKins, the
role made famous by his already
famous father. Rex. Noel came to
this country in 1965 to co-star in
the TV serie.. The Girl From
I'.N.O.I. K Since then he has ap-
peared frequently on both variety
and dramatic TV shows and re-
cently has been touring in such
productions as Poor Richard,"
"The Mousetrap," "Where's Char-
ley?", and "Half a Sixpence."
Miss Vestoff can currently be
seen as Abigail Adams in the just
released movie, 1776." She be-
iian dancinq on Ted Mack's Ama-
teur Hour and the City ("enter
Opera Her Broadway debut was
in the revue, "From A to Z." fol-
lowed by "lima La Douce."
Miss Vestoff has also appeared
on the screen in Otto Premin^er's
"Such Good Friends."
Mr. Gage was seen last year at
the Coconut Grove Playhouse in
"Dracula." He played W. C Fields
in the off-Broadway musical,
"Drat" and won the Drama Critics
Circle Award for his direction of
"Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"
for Theatre Atlanta. TV viewers
will recognize him from his role
as the mayor on 'The Guiding
Light." He was also in the recent
film "Sacco and Vanzetti."
Register To Vote
In Citv Election

Miami Beach residents who need
to register to vote in their city's
special election Feb. 20 can do so
at three locations Monday through
Saturday according to Joyce V.
Dieffcnderfer, supervisor of elec-
tions
Dade County's mobile registra-
tion unit will he at Surfside Town
Hall. 9293 Harding Ave.. from 9
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Registration of-
fices will be open as well from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at South Shore
Community Center. 833 Gth St-
and Publix Super Market. 6876
Collins Ave.
Other registration offices open
front 9 aJii. to 5 p.m. on specified
days only include North Miami
City Hall. 776 NE 125th St. I Mon-
days. Tuesdays. Thursdays); Hia-
leah Adult Community Center, 20
\V. 6th St. i Tuesdays. Thursdays.
Fridays i; Coral Gables Youth Cen-
ter, 400 Anastasia Ave. (Mondays,
Tuesdays I; and Coral Gables City
Hall. 405 Biltmore Wav (Fridays).
The mobile unit will be at Opa-
locka City Hall. 777 Sharazad
Blvd 9 am to 4:30 p.m.. on Jan.
22 and Jan. 29.
Miami Airman H.lps
Final Apollo Launch
AFC James K. Feldermann, a
1971 graduate of Southwest Miami
High School, helped provide spe-
cialized support for the NASA's
final Apollo lunar-landing mission
Prior to the Apollo 17 launch.
Airman Feldermann son of Mrs.
Evelyn F. Feldermann. 8231 SW
25th St.. hel|ied complete installa
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666-5916
Nursery thru 6th Grade
Miami, Flo.
Dr. Glenn A. Scott, Headmaster
Mrs. Glenn Scott, Director
NOW
through Sun., Jan. 21
V .>'
Tickets for all performances are tion of digital data communica-
still available, and theatre-goers I tions equipment serving the Apollo
may call the box oIIkv or come to Kam.'e Instrument Laboratory at
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Performance schedule 4 prices:
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Ortbrntra: S7.S0. 6.50, 5.50
Mriiw.nf $7.50.6.50.5 50.4.50
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Friday and Saturday tieninjs at 1:30
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Meuanme: M 50. 7.50. a 50. 5 50
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Orch.itr. Sa SO, 5.SO. 4 SO
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1973 SEASON BEGINS JANUARY 17
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Friday. January 12. 19'
Auxiliary Volunteers
Serve Local Needs
Department of Florida Ladles
Auxiliary President Lillian 11
Soboen announces the following
I livities for local Dade and
L. owaid County auxiliaries:
Xornwn Bruce Brown 174: Hos-
P'tal volunteers Julia Berger anil
F"iieda Levine will service the tele-
carl lor patients at the Veterans
iii ipital on Saturday; Pearl
v einstein will serve in the lal>-
Ol Story on Tuesday. Ann Beder
\ !l work in the pharmaceutical
ailment on Wednesday and
Thursday, and Rose Bennet will
-.ve in the Patient's library. On
Si nday, Post and Auxiliary mem-
t>n will celebrate a 'Doncr-
KowaM" party at the Carillon
Hi t.-1'fenttirins show and dinner. A
la] meeting Tuesday, at 8 p.m.
u> ^601 \V. Flagler St., will feature
. night of music" by the Hawaiian
? traders.
Wrmt Miami tSSl Hospital Chair-
rn n Jerri Bartlett will shop for
V>. ridden patients af fhe Veterans
>! ipital on Tuesday and Friday.
u Saturday evening, post and
.- \iliary members will hold a
'.. v.es party for 4th and 12th
door patients, serving refresh-
meilta and distributing gifts.
t oral Gables Murray Solomon
UHl Hospital Chairman Stella
Li ton and volunteers will service
l< warl at the Veterans Hospital
Vfondaj
Miami Beach S.SO was to hokl
; oard meeting on Thursday at
Washington Federal. 124-1
ahington Ave., conducted bj
iliary ; resident Mrs. Bessi<
ber I'n Sunday, Hospital
c lirman Minnie Hopen and vol-
leers will bring the [tortable
k ephone to patients at the Vet-
. 'i~ Hospital, "n Thursday. Jan
18th at 8:30 p.m. during a business
.- .elin^ 1*'^ Alton Kd.. Auxil-
. v President Bessie Gibber will
receive the Department's Friend-
Gavel from Department
lira an Mrs. Irene Cooperman
lour freedom* 102: Pi evident
helping patients and shop for them
n the canteen of the Veterans
lospital. Hn Wednesday, she will
ioM a noon business meeting ol
iiixiliary members at Four Free-
doms Penthouse.
Victor B. Krefdraun 613 will hold
Drop-In (.enter Open
At Walilman Hotel
A "Drop-In Center." aponsore '
bj the National Conference o
Synagogue Youth, offers refresh
m -nts and a regular schedule of
events at the Waldman Hotel ev-
ery day except Friday from 7 to
9 p.m.
Sundays are devoted to discus-
sions; Monday to Israeli dancing;
Tuesday to Tnrah study classes;
i regular business meeting Wed- Wednesday to Hebrew clas-.es. ioli
lesday noon at the Federal Bank and college counseling; Thursda>
Bldg.. Hallandale. Past Depart- to Jewish and Israeli movies, am1
-tent President Kay l.ingaton will Saturdays at 8 p.m. to folk music-
talk on "leadership." Auxiliary |
"esidem Boat Show Set At Beach
Boa"
North shore 67": Hospital
hairman Sara Young, with the
ssistance of Julia Limey and
tuth Stark, will service the port-
ible telephone for patients at the
.'eterans Hospital Tuesday.
Hialeah-Miami Spring* 681: On
Saturday, Sydel Kahn. Child Wel-
are chairman, and volunteers.
.vill visit the two cottages they
iave adopted at Suniland Training
"enter: Cottage Fern and Cottage
aladium. bringing gifts to the
hiklren and serving party refresh-
I. ments.
Point Baaf 698: Hospital chair-
nan Irene Siegel and volunteers
ill service telecart at Veterans
Hospital.
Harry II. Cohen 723: On Thurs-
ay, Jan. 18. Hospital chairman
.illian Kevoe. assisted by Rose
-Spiegel, will service the telecart
it the Veterans Hospital. On Sun-
lay Mrs. Kevoe will hold a garnet
lity, for the patients at the
Hebrew Home for the Aged. 320
'ollins Ave.
Colonel David Marcus 746 will
lold a regular business meeting at
the Financial Federal Wednesday
The Miami Iaternational
Show, said to be the largest pub!I
exposition oi its kind in the Unite
States, has been scheduled Peb
23-28 in the Miami Beach Convert
tion Ha'l complex. John Rogers
executive manager, said the shov
will present new items for bot'
present and prospective ln>at own
ers
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All types outdoor 8. Fio'ida
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OAOE COUNTY. FLORIBA
IN PROBATE
No. 70-3S59
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN RE: Entnte of
CARI. ROSSOW
Deceased.
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Distribution and Final Dlnoharice ;*
Rxeeutor ol the .tHte of CARL R08-
SOW. (I.. !-..I mil ihnt on the
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final dlachano bj Executor o( th.- es-
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-72
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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NOTICE IS HEREHY CIVEN Ihiil
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN A.NO
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-87
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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.mil Mi -Hi Hani. ii. iIiii.Ii. ,i. .iii.l ,,- ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Piviidi n. ami file the sami rlui
provided in s..ii"ii 7.15l, Florida IN and for dade county.
U in ill. it .P l.i in" FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION
'ourlllotlJ*' in Dadi County, Florida, Probate No. 73-21 I Bl an ton i
within -i\ inlendni montl from the NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i.in. "i Hi.- li-t i ni.I, .in..i. hereof, Il RE: r.-ini. of
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"( January. A l> 1973
ED WARP C SAl'TER
A- Exei Utni
KiiM nubliratli.....I thin notIri n
the 12 das ol January, 1973
Aii.li. n .1 'I'oth
Attorney for Etteoutor
Sufti I-:-!'.".:'", Park Drive
Miami Phot. n Fla 331311
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I
Vou are hereby notified and required
lo l.i.-. ni an\ rlalm** and demanda
which v.iu mat have again*! the es-
tate nl Ml'RRAV RICH deceased late KuRXIM.fM
ol Dude County, Florida, t the Coun- t.\ !5es VV Kotran
t) Judge* of Dade County, and file Attorney f"i '/ vv
the name in duplicate ami .i> provided 120 Lincoln Road
in Section 733.16, Plorlda btalutea, In Miami Hearh. Fla
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vJewisfi floridlkir
Friday, January 12. 1973
Selecting An All-Jewish Football Team
By HASKELL COIIEX
|c)i ''" JewUh Telegraphic Agency)
This is the time of the year that
sport* pa^es arc glutted with All-
America football teams.
Years ago, Water Camp con-
cocted the All-Am.rican football
idea and since that time it ha-
multiplled into a variety of areas
so that today magazines select All-
Americans: the wire services have
their All-Americans; there are
Catholic All-Americans; Presby-
terian All-Americans; most handS
Borne Ail-Americans; the "ugly"
Ail-Americans; small college Ail-
Americans and the National Asso-
ciation of Inter-Collegiate All-
Americans.
I think I woul 1 be remiss in my
duty if 1 didn't an All-
Jewish team for dissemination by
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
The truth of the matter is that
are few Jewish football play- .x,,.:',,,' :;-'.,: an ers today who warrant considera- at ,|;. collegiate level in both 1
tion as Ail-American timber. Over; Ih,. the past 50 years and after many Selecting an All-Jewish anj
sociological changes in the sport- ty].....: team is hazardous at best
tag life of Jewish athletes, it ap- ,ince tne writer or compiler is at
pear- that our youngsters tend toj lho m,,,vv ,,,.. agenta fn(.;1
gravitate to other sports. sonie 400 colleges. We at the Jew-
Originally, at the turn of the| ish Telegraphic Agency, circular-
ized over 400 schools, asking about
the merits of their Jewish players
units, I pros. He led the Bisons to an ex-1 Southeastern Conference plays an
s. etc. ceptional season with his out- excellent brand of football and to
standing efforts.
offensive units, specialty
place-kickers, special punters.
SO that It's an entirely different I
ball game than it was 20 or 301 One back who may. despite his |
year- small size, get considerable recog- :
It seems remote, but it may l>e' nition by the pros because of his!
possible that th" Hillel, the Yav- ability to run back kicks is Buzzy
ni'bs. and student religious organi-1 Rosenberg of Georgia. He served
/ations have prevailed upon our as a specialist in this area for the 1
Jewish boys not to play on the Bulldogs and made the All-Con-
Sabbath. This is unlikely, hut I feronce team the past two seasons
present it as one of the possible which speaks for his ability. The
reasons tor the dearth of Jewish
competitors. The likelihood is
tint our youngsters, boys
and girls alike, having moved to
suburbia and having joined clubs.
in lor the more sophis-
ti rated sports, basically, golf and
tennis.
While football ha- suffi rod the
pasl two years and basketball, un-
til tl .- > ir, has shown a fall-off.
goll and tennis have been getting
a heavy play and we do ha\e so:n
he is being lured away, apparently
to a Southern college, wher his
kicking prowness will stai
hi tfc r -toad. The big co
making a fetish, much
are
pros, out of securing spe
gain this recognition is no ?.inall place-kicking, and if Avi do
feat. at his new destination, then he
COU 1 abbj o mi to ;>: ;#
H n 1- our selection for th> .v.:
Amerl Bn, All-Jewish team:
Ht. Wt,
An unusual development during
ill.' past season, witnessed a young
Israeli amed Avi Rofe, who Is
5-5 130-pounds dripping wet. He
served as the place-kicker for Name school
Brooklyn 1 Avi, as a fresh- Ran)lj 0roMma"N?mpl,
man, displayed so much skill that
New Slate Elected For
Hillel Community Board
The Hillel J.-wi-h St .1 l.nt Cen-
ter at the University ol Miami, a
' 1 ficiary o: the Greater Miami
century, it was boxing which was
spawned as a matter of self-de-
fense. Tlie young Jewish immi-
grants had to defend themselves
as-ainst the onslaught of hoodlums
and wise guys who persisted in
n.ocking them.
From boxing the attention mov-
ed to basketball which was widely
and begged information pertaining
to Jewish football players if and
when any showed up in lineups.
With the aid of some eooi>ora-
tive press agents, we have man-
aged to compile one squad which
. certainly i- not the best in the
played due to the fact that space hjstory of tno Jew on tno Amo,._
was at a premium and basketball. ican football scene. It's a fair team
courts were small and compact.
From basketball, the Jewish ath-
lete swung over to football and it
was rather easy to compile an All-
Jewish t a n two or three d< c
All yo I to do at that point
and that's stretching it a mite;
it's a squad that has some heft, a
couple of good ends, a few dec 1 I
running backs but a paucity of in-
terior linemen.
chairmen, and Seymour Seff secre-
tary".
Mr Golden who served on the '
nati 1 in: the An-i-lWama-
ti' l ue : B nai B'i .-i'. a-
recently elected to a three-year
term a- a National Hillel Com nis-
n

ten reni......
. c -, wan Btanford
Hi t-,r H \ .e.l 1 |
INTERK IR LINEMEN
- iinnen Indiana 1 1
.--.., i- roroans Man ind 1
si. vi r ('..Tin
troisky Oolsate 6-">
1 .,.!, h Conn
|i koff Rutgera t-o
.1. 11 Bllts 1 6-11
Ql'ARTERBACKS
Man Ma t>i
s..ul \', 1. z-nihal Trinity 5-1
KfNNING BACK8
R :lmnn Penn
Tuft--
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In 11. enhers I 1
Kill Krui-hera Wi
,i\ii BPECI KIAST
Brooklyn
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Jewish Federation, recently i lect i
1 ti' a ?late of officers to sei
-t p isitions so far as our
' '"!-: athletes on the grid are concerned
would have to My that the the Hillel Community Boanl.
1 he board is compos d ol
resentatives from Federation B'i
.". the Rabbinical Associatioi
>r (ireater Miami, the Unive
of Miami faculty, the l'-M stu-
' h and the gi nei al o
nity.
New offici rs in 'lude \ -
chairman; Leonard Luria I >i
\ ici
5
R ".' the Ivy
playe T you w ire sun
find three r stalwarts In
Big Ten; Notre Dame us lally had
a Jewish player, oft n not a
v: ,: but (. tain j "'.' All-Jewish
Qual ty, Ir. th far West, Southern
California usually came up with a
Rosey Rosenburg, or California
turned out a Benny Lorn.
Thus, it was not too difficult a
task to get 11 or 22 All-Jewish
football players who could, more
or less, hold their own on the
gridiron with the competition.
Then too. football was different in
the early d..ys
When Marshall Goldberg stalked
the turf at Pittsburgh and Sid
Luckman hurled the big ball for couple of boys who bear mention- auditorium box office. Allegro
Columbia, it wa, a sort ol grind-em jg. One 1- Mitchell Farbstein a Muslc House and the Opera Guild
out pass them to a fare-thee-well real tough scrappy fullback at! "fflco at 120 ('oral Wa.v.
SJ* A/'"'"'?"'. 'n,e game since Bucknell, who is compact at 5-11,, *"~
rather on the small
make it in the
would ho the end position. Ri>ger
Cowan, a 6-5, 245-pounder at
Randy 1 \n ssman. a
1 nd for Temple and Mitch
Berger, an All-Ivy at Harvard,
who goes 6-4, 235-pounds com-
prise a good end squad by any
standards. The possibility is strong Wiener and No: man Kassei
thai e three could,----------------------------
have mad- the majority of thi ,r r D B ,
big-time college ciubs and, un-, waiei! lo Be Presented
btedly, will get a look-see from The Opera Guild <.f Greater
. some of the pro teams. Miami will pies, tit a performance
Tho interior linemen are big of Georges Bizet's "Carmen" in
I and bulky hut nothing to rave French at 8 p.m. Monday, Feb. 12,
about. These include Dave Spun- in tho Dado County Auditorium
gien of Indiana. Bob Arolsky of featuring leading stars of the Met-
Colgate, and Steve Fromang of ropolitan, I.a Seala, Paris and
Maryland j Vienna State Opera Companies
In the baekfiold. there are a Ti THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
of
GREATER MIAMI
DEEPLY MOURNS THEIR GREAT LOSS
IN THE PASSING OF
Irving Pietrack
and
Morris Minov
BELOVED WORKERS, LEADERS AND DEVOTED SONS
OF THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND AND
ISRAEL THE STATE ITS PEOPLE
MAY GOD GIVE STRENGTH TO THE
BEREAVED FAMILIES
AND MAY THEIR NAMES
BE A CONTINUED SOURCE OF INSPIRATION
FOR ALL WHO LOVE
ISRAEL, HUMANITY AND PEACE.
Jewish Notional Fund
...,-v nwwi. ine game since Bucknell, who is
has developed into a scientific ir.O-pounds, rathi
sport There are defensive units,' .side to possibly
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