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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 19, 1973

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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 19, 1973

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02294

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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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Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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Full Text
^Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 46 Number 3
Miami, Florida Friday, January 19, 1973
lions Prio
Herut Vote Ends Boom
For Gen. Ezer Weizman
MKETFSC WITH POPE I \PRFJFl)i;\ I F!)
TEL AVIV Ul .
Herul i lee
i
notable foi Goi
' Vi yV for-
mer "
nder o! Mr 1
and I
Of thl :
i | hose nan I-
picki by par 1 M n-
..
The t
ti e was 1
i 1 > Wi -

ed 'l"-' n the
ira
Tin outra f the voting ap-
pi i! d to nark the en I ol > Jen,
Weizman's n i te >i I i Ise I po-
litical prominence which b
when he Joined Hi rut in 1969
and was select d for a minis-
terial post while Herut was still
jwri of Premier Golda Afeir*s
coalition enl Herut in
alignment with the Liberal
. constitutes I \ uw
(ion I
Gen. V a
i ', .
In-;! ,.!;* in a power
'
V ." His d
:' fs i nvenl
vened 1 i a
n trend ai
vi mil hi i ,
.. .
sup] orti
chairman of thi Herut i
live, th arty's No. 2 post ar I
Mr. Beii in acted to fon tall I its
return to that post.
i.. n. Wi izman said, "I came
into the Herut Movement to
bring it a new image, not as a
militarisic m rvement but as a
real alternative to the govern-
ment He said he wanted to
open the party to new ideas and
have i' pay more attention to
intei nal problems "
Paris, \ atican Visits Feature
Meir's European Missions

iJTAl P Pai :
VI eivr i Mrs '
nute
n t-
- an Israeli i'
in the Vat y aft-
rat hov Vat
esman i- nl tate-
See
i i
l)e Facto Recognition Seen
Bv Rabbi Marc Taiienbauni
NEW YORK fJTAl
Marc Tanenbauni contended
the "grudging" and "harsh"
stat >ment issued by Vatic in
spokesman Prof. Frederico AI-
lessandrini following the me
big between Pope Han; VI and
Premier Golda Meir of Israel
Jewish Agencies Must Integrate
Or Lose United Fund Aid In D.C.
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Tint'- Jewish social service agen-
cies in the Greater Washington
area "ill be deprived of finan-
cial aid from the area-wide
i d Givers Fund, if by Sept. 1
at least 20 per cent of their
board din ire not
bers of minority
or Spanish-speak ng per-
sons,
Tl;. thi n '''' ons re-
! I ill i I ist
year from tl. U' IF
The Jewi h 5o i il S vice
Agei i > v 225 thous u I
I of SO
thousand dollai The Hebrew
. for the Aged ol
v, i ; i ..,! 'i thou-
sand dollars in it- I idg I
I m dollars u i the Jewish
community nte of I rn iter
Washington got about 80 tho i-
and dollars toward its bud >t
of 1 3 million lollars,
Representatives of the three
organizations and the United
.' i Ish Appe i! which la
undi rwrites their budget, will
i Jan 2-1 with the health and
welfare councH which has 'aid
d iwn the quota demari Is
HWC is the lisp '
for UGF collected funds.
Seven local Red Cross chap-
ters which last year received a
fifth of the U.2 million dollars
donated to the UGF are not
members of the HWC and there-
fore are not subjected to its
rulings.
Fifteen of the 87 UGF groups
have not yet complied with the
quotas,
Some Jewish Itj lead-
ers have Indicated privati ly that
they would seek to have the
Jewish groups withdraw from
the U< IF befoi ?u m Ittim I i
the quota system which they
fear will ultin ius< the
disappearance I tli -ir organi-
zations' Jewish character.
\ online to Thomas Fetzer,
HWC deputy director, the
system was established in 1970
for implementation in 1972, The
quota- are 51 per cent minority
group membership on the di-
rectorates of Washii -
only organizations, 20 per cent
In groups sen in : b >th W ishlng-
ton and the sub I >i^
per cent in sub irl i i
The Jewish gn c 'n-
ten '. in Rockvi!
Man ind
The Jewish population in
Greater Washington is
mately 12O.0on About -
Jews live In Washington v '!v "
an 1 most of tiie rest in sub
Maryland. There are very few
black Jews in the region
Harrj Van ("'
ol the HWG said "we lnt< nd I
drop groups if thi ) lon't ( im-
ply, but we are hopi t
nearly everyone will c
George M Pikser,
tor of the Jewish S
Servwe a ey said, [don't
kn,.w why a black person v
want to serve on the boan
thi rgai Ization when i
any problems in tl
nunity that need all the
'.i ad. rship a\ 111 i '
Isaac Franck, executive
president of the Jewish Con
nity Coun -il of Greater VV
ington, an nn bn i iniza-
tion for area le\ Ish nstil
. ti "it is import '
f American culture to
servi
"
fun !s
i
whi h
cultui I
I'GF
Mizrachi Conference Deadlocks
- -TA,
f

of a '
mittee, but no chairman The
sharp divisions that persist with-
in the Religi is Zionist Mi .e-
ment were evidenced by the
f ict that after an all-night ses-
sion, no agreement could bo
reached on a central figure to
deliver the closing address.
The honor was finally divided
between Dr. Joseph Burg, the
Minister of Welfare, and Itzhak
Raphael.
hair-
the new
Itte b}
[Tie lea ind ite is
r Zen ah Zambrov sky. The
,adei Xationa!
lous Pai ty suffered a set-
back when the conference steer-
ing committee decided to ap-
point a three-man presidium for
the movement and recommended
the candidates who arc not as-
sociated with the NRP.
They are Rabbi Ivigdor Tsip-
penstoin, formerly of Yeshiva
University in New York. Rabbi
' >r. Tibor
nevo, Thi
assu
A hitter debate
ri i >1 ition, finally
which stipulates than a
of tin- movement must emi
to Israel after 10 years i
stripped of his leadership.
That requirement would tie
waived if the Central Commit-
tee deckled that it was essential
for the leader to remain where
he was. Younger delegates de-
manded a clear cut deadline with
no waivers.
did not niter the tact that the
eeting amounted to "nothing
less tl
Israel" by the Vat
Rabbi Tanenbaum i cre-
tary of the join* Vat .....-Inter-
national Jewish Committei and
director of the American J< rh
Committee's interrelieious af-
fairs department, sal i It w
b<> "prudent to n i e
ment" until "the Vatican Si
tariate of State it
official statement"' and "not I
regard Prof. Allessandrini's
words as an accurate staterr. -nt
of what transpire I
Rabbi Tanenbaum ident
Prof. Allessandrini as the
of L'Ossi n'atore I >mano, the
semi-official Vatican newspaper,
which he les 'ribi I as not ec-
ssarily the officia spoke
of Vatic n p> li > but fre-
quentlj I a<
Instrument to i| p> ase v hi
pi ssure groups."
lie disniisse I the V I
irks as "o
ous c i as to intense e
by the Vrab
an i thi ii" -. >rters u i ';
Vatii an which sei to mil
thi
meeting betv Paul VI
I Mrs A''- i
"No del as to
the value if this le in
Vatican I' ': i ;" ,;"-
til more reliable n i
mad" avail ibli a to exactly
what Issues wen Use
what undi
at ". at R bbi "" <
hauiv. said. He idd that
iv Dssut ainsi tl Vat


It
prefi
,
Hu;
-
Vati-
ns with
I ;
A
Tin rather than :i formal written
one said that the attitude of
the Vatican n the Middle East
was made known by the Pope
in hU s><-,"ch to the Cardinals
of Dee. r;. liiTJ. In that spec h.
the Tope called for the interna-
tionalization of the holy plaees
in Jerusalem and tor the ri^htn
of the Palestinian refugees.
Prof. Allessandrini went out
of hi< way to stress that Mrs,
Meir had aked for tho audii
Ci mi ra liel ing Israi ent
staten nts which had said that
the h itation had coir."
the Hol> See
He further specified that tl %
audii nee was granted "bei
the Holy Father feels his luty
s anj o casion to act
:: >| peace and in tl
the rights of human
r rsons and '
". i an the weakest ai I th
'
refti i '"' i Palestine
Tli- Vatican spokesman said
that Mr. M-irs visit had not
been the object of any previous
negotiations or confrontations
and had only taken advantage
o! her trip t > Paris. Mr-. Meir
attended a two-day conference
f the Socialist International in
Paris.
The I icli I i< i is
i\ the I-"
loi n R Am
irly 8 nutes wit I
H ily Father in his private a-
A Vat lean *tal nt said
that shi Israel lesir
and illustrated I- ae 's
..i'.......- at reaching a pe
the Middle East con-
tions. She
also iscussed th
nd r.enl i
lev
ertaii
'
Israel Bonds Report
Greatest Sales \ear
i' .' -..... The
! -Ill' Its
prod iced record
than $280 millioi : 1> -
ind v'
million In other forms ol
ment capital,
Samuel Rothtx-rg. general
chairman of Bonds, noted Unit
last year's reoonl sale were
about equal to the combined to-
tal of Israel Bond -ale- during
the first six years of the organi-
zation's activities.

I ; ael Bond C
Ian 28-30 It wl -
atti idi I by 150 Israel
75 com
the Westi m Hemisphere
Mr, Rothberg noted the in-
sing participation of non-
Jewish purchasers in the bond
campaigns, including hanks in-
surance companies, trade unions
and pension funds.


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Histadriit Names Rabbi Kronisli
To Receive $25 Million Award
i
an Hi the lx>a i ol
RABBI ICON KRONISH
[sraol Histadi i F i .....
i i vc the ''-'"> Million Aw
f the I list ndatinn at a
I i ii 1 !i iiiiuii i din axing the <>i -
ni ati<>n's i j -lit 11 annual Na-
tional Mid-Wintci ConJerenci
I
Announci ment that Rabbi Kron-
ish 'niltl lx' the hnii....... n: the
tin t of the ;':;:ce-tlaj
onrlave i lo bj William II.
Sylk "i Philadelphia, national
<"ii! -iem i chaii man, ami bj I>r.
Sol Stein of New York, president
i ; the Isiael Histadrul Founda-
tion.
(i I V Kn mish
I'V I'
the 1
ass loi Ai thur J.
ndi p l of
nd foimei Jus-
. thi I ;nited States S ipi
the S20 Million
. -i.irui Pounda-
l n
The i. to the total in
i ,sli and commit mei ed bj
oi ;ani ation through ills,
.mis and
(tiiei lorms ol defei i ed gi\ ing
Proeeeiis are used u> support
e luea ional, medical, welfare
mid cultural programs ol the His-
t, Irid in Israel, The Histadrut,
Isiael's General Federation ul
! ubor. uro\ ides health care for
70 pei cent ol the pnpu-
li mi ol the Jew ish State,
Dr. Kronish was ;. foundei "I
lei I listadi I Fi undation, lias
.! as cluii: man ol : hi boai .1
the pasl threi ears He also
is national chairman of the rab-
binic cabinc t foi State o! I -
''.mi i- and a tf*|i lea lei ol the
: Ji 1-11 Appeal
lei s m
the Reform Mi i I ael.
and is i iM-hai man of ihe Join)
sion on Israel "i the
i ntral < "onfei ei ci ol Amei iean
l; i"' and the I'mmi ol American
Hebrew Congregations Former
national president of the Alumni
v i :
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'., i |l I] nical sti lei "' ,:-'
HUC-JIR.
Dr. Km nish this ,
i, ; n : -; .,, I
chain
i h ihI .lewish A; -nl-Is
Fund ill i\e c '
< ,.. itei Miami Jew ish
I.. Is
i.< Israel Honds foi Greate.
M ami. |
A national \ ice president ol the
Am." iean Jewish Congress he was |
Hie first president ol the South i
Florida Conference on Soviet
.1. wry and currently i- serving iii- .
second term as president of tl |
Rabbinical Association ol Great"r
Miami.
"Rabbi Kron sh's l< adi i ship and
vision jn providing a third dimen-
: n fi ii s looorting lsi ael through
deferred Riving has been largelv
i. S| onsible for the tremendous
i ol the Histadrul Fi
Vli Sylk said.
II, said more than I ",l"1 di e-
,ir from throu lie I the I'niteii
States ami l 'anada will lake |i t
i i conclave wh i h opens Fi h
i vvjl session to lie
uddresseil b\ an Israeli an I
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Federation Coordinating
Aid To Wofford Tenants
Th G
i ation
I'nitcd
reater Miami Jewish Fed- ihe life support services available
In cooperation with the
Kund of Dade County.
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holir Charities, (no and the
Senior Centers, Inc., i^ coonlinat
utilities, linen and garbage
service, food and telephones. In
addition, Jewish Family and ciul-
d.en's Service and the United
r tui have staffed the hotel with
social service case workers to aid
ti\ residents on an individual basis
lii help them relocate.
"< >ur first conci i n s for the
Individuals Involved," said Myron
J. Brodie, Federation's executive
vice president. '"The problem is in
dealing with human beings From
;< health standpoint, we felt ii is
imperative to relocate the tenants
ii as possible !'' leratlon, the
l nited Kun.I anil the Catholic
( parities cannot keep the hotel
tunning for an indi finite period ol
time. We're nol in ill. hotel busi-
i ess
In a pi ess confi ren e held to
lii Ify the involvemi nt ol the local
philanthropic organizai ons, Miami
i each Mayor Chuck Hall i Hi d
i tions ol thi nrgai izations
"heroic."
"Case workers are attemptin
i ,-r ilow ii with i i ii in'.' son and
Ii rmine their a ami
i i obli n s w i'li ro'a: .1 to fin
li tervi ntion 'sen ices i, M ., ..,,;. rs." Mi. Broi
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The Great Needs Of Our Time
As the Combined Jewish Appeal cempaigr. gets under
way a mature Greater Miami community hardly needs re-
minding of the great needs of our time to assure the sur-
vival of Israel, to assist the emigration of Jews from the
Soviet Union in ever greater numbers, to provide help to
our oppressed brothers in other lands and to support those
national and local institutions which foster American Jew-
ish life.
The drama of Israel and the Soviet Jews will continue
to hold the spotlight, but the drama of Jewish survival in
the United States, while not as exciting, is every bit as
real and serious. In our understandable concern for those
on the firing line" as it were we seem to have ne-
glected the urgent reasons for supporting those things which
will make for Jewish continuity in America. Since the
holocaust we have not been able to draw upon the spiritual
and intellectual reservoir of Eastern Europe and have be-
come more dependent upon our own meager resources, as
one example of our plight.
It is essential that the success of the Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund be reflected this year in
greater emphasis on American survival needs, for without
that concern for the education of both young and old in
Jewishness, in Judaism, if you please, even the future of
our philanthropies is shadowy and thus the fate of Israel,
among others, a questionable one.
Soviet Jewry Unfinished Business
The evidence seems to be quite clear that the Soviet
Union authorities have decided at least for the present
to give most of the Jews who wish to leave the possibility
of doing so. The change in policy from that of a year ago
is viewed as part of the desire to improve the Soviet image
in the world and to set the stage for the planned visit of
boss Leonid Brezhnev to the United States this year.
While the education tax is to be eased, this is still a
restriction that must be fought, nor must there be any re-
laxation of challenging the practice of harassing those who
are on the waiting list for emigration despite reports that
they will no longer face immediate dismissal from jobs or,
in some cases, arrest.
Despite the good news that the estimated 100,000 who
have applied for visas will have an easier time of it than
in the past, the problem of Soviet Jewry will remain as
part of the unfinished business of American and world
Jewry for some time to come. The question of the rights of
those remaining in the Soviet Union to practice their reli-
gion, to enjoy cultural and language rights granted other
minorities, cannot be ignored by those of us who live in the
free world. When Nahum Goldmann suggested as much in
a hotly disputed statement, there was criticism that this
detracted from the struggle for emigration. Now that this
has been won always keeping in mind that it can be
changed at the will of the Communist dictators thought
must be given to keeping alive the spirit of Judaism for the
almost 3 million who will remain as Soviet citizens.
Credit Belongs To Students
Jewish students at Duke University and the University
of North Carolina have, for the past several years, worked
together in developing one of the more exciting cooperative
programs in the country, pooling meager resources to
accomplish a great deal.
It comes as no surprise, therefore, that the two univer-
sities have now announced a major fund-raising effort to
provide financial support for a comprehensive program in
Judaic studies. It will be helped along by an endowment
fund of $500,000 being established by a Durham couple
through the alumni of the two universities. But the real
credit belong* to those Jewish students who paved the way
through their original endeavors to get a Jewish education
at the college level.
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other reasons, too, its 10,
plus men constitute a fighting
unit in the most literal sense,
it is also ,i productive unit.
division haa about .. |
hectares "t land which it has
reclaimed from waste areas. It
raises its own pigs; makes its
own bean curd; does its own
ordnance repairs and has its nun
pharmaceutical factory, making
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COMMENT
-by EDWARD COHEN
It would come as no surprise
i: before the appearance ol iiu-
coiumn, we had another an-
nouncement that peace is at
hand There is Inauguration Day
mi Saturday to give the nexl
President of the United States
another grand occasion to prac-
tlce Iiis machiavellian cunning
at disarming his opponents As
some may remember, the notori-
ous Italian author of "The
Prince" held that rulers may
resort to any treachery and
trick to uphold their arbitrary
power and whale', er dishonor-
able acts princes may Indulge In
arc fully set off by the Insubor-
dination of their subjects.
AMONG THE insubordinate
a'-t- planned for Saturday are
demonstrations in Washington,
" \ i lay of Mom ning at Bay-
re ii M in I .it the
n h.mr as til. inaugu-
m, and possible defii I
8 in The
to end the
lent doesn't
do so
Give Nixon discredit for his
sense of timing, it probably
would have made no difference
in the final election outcome
but there is no doubt that the
peace buildup last October and
the dramatic announcement by
Henry Kissinger that "peace is
at hand" disarmed his opponent
of his only possible hope of win-
ning.
HIS DECISION to resume
the bombing of North Vietnam
came at a time when Congress
was adjourned and could not re-
act officially, even if it desired.
And now, by sending Kissinger
back to Paris and stopping the
bombing, he has again convinced
those who wish to !>. out of this
terrible mess, that he is really
in earnest this time.
Whetner or not we are done
with Vietnam seems no longer
to bo the point; the conse-
quences of this terrible event in
our history s:o beyond war and
peace. It is plain now thai Nixon
regards The landslide victor) last
November as a "clear mandate"
to proceed the way he has In
Vietnam and on domestic issues.
If that is true, what does that
mean for us"
NOTED psychoanalyst Ro i
May gees 'The apathy that is
rharacti risti of vast numbi rs ol
ol Amei iean citizens ii
r< suit ol ith ression nj
awarem ss We are th< good Ger-
' r to ai
World u ii II sti
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if the exl
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was that citizi ns ol a natiot

an I what it doe. Havinj
claimed that principle, sheer
honesty demands that we apply
it to our- Ives Mr Nixon shows
this principle in his actions by
ordering the bombing massacre
of thousands of private citizens
of Vietnam because he duos not
like the stand of their lead, rs
"WK cannot, as citizens or
congressmen, simply say the m
tensive bombing is due to the ir-
raUonal rage of our President
You and I make the bombs, build
the computers which run the
automated warfare and pay the
taxes which make the war pos-
sible It Is necessary that we
atmit the responsibility of ea< h
one of us for the war."
There is a further racoon-
sibility and that is to be awari
that the future course of our
country will bo set by the way
Congress acts in the next months
tii as Joseph Kraft has writ!
"deal effectively with a P
dent devoid of n sped or thi
llity essential to self-govern-
ment "
FOR it is not only in ar-
rogating to himself the -
right t.. make war which has
d a Constitutional i
thai threati ns thi wry fabric I
oui Thi -
!;-:i' irry out t
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1 iditi nal sj stem ol ch<
and ba at
DS. MAY tells us that \
tragic sense means an awareness
of our fate and our freedom.
These always are in juxtaposi-
tion (>r freedom lies in
the fact that we can ho conscious
of our fate, which already gives
u- sumo power in relation to it
But we can also, within lim-
its, become aware of ways we
can Ido somethinjg about oun
fate, partially forming it and
directing it." And I. for one.
have no intention of standing
by and being that "good Ger-
man" all of us have condernned.


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Friday, January 19. 1973
As.. ;
Max Lerner
Sees It
Local Residents Receiving Israel Scroll of Honor
lijiaimsim n. 23 is a life member of both Had
Rabbi Abraham Dubin will re- a* u|() ,,u. vcMlAil L h, ,
ceive the State ol I wtloa
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NEW YORK, XV Tin- feud between Congress and the
W< : -ii Vi iii.-i i is mor< than a war crisis, it is a constitu-
tional criAis, For \. ars there has been a smoldering quarrel about
much domination tl"- President can o\iToi=p o\o- war ami
i sp lal it an i a of ideological wars counterinsurgeney
r We still have no| resolved it. If the pivs-
i nood continues somi :>.. will have to oi :anize a peace
etwi en I1'.' two branches ol the governm >nt.
The i- havi been !> Presidents before Mr. Nixon and Lyt
ion Johnson who havi strel I the i power a- far
i. i i R.....e\ elts. Before Am i. a
; : nto World War IT. Franklin RoocveH was
at ns itain n- all) nlh cot a constil I i
. It frcn Att> G rt II. Jackson's the
. | v | ..hili lore Roose\i "t. in th
\. hn I ;io war during lii> -
I a t r ma.ximizii President's powers.
It *w n ship theory-. It will be foun.1 bsl si
' tobiography." There arc the
- ihi "onstitution a L> tlti President explicitly ai
those it grants him b> in ; But Root i to stoi
thi i ]]; i also, he said, the powers which are not ex]
: in d to thi President, but which he must "somehow or
it her" <- r isc if he Is to fulfill his high office and carry out
the Intent of the Constitution.
These arc the powers left in the Presidi nt's trust las Roose-
vi-l? saw i' i .i- i sti ward for the people as a whole. You couldn't
i-k for i better concept to describe how Mr. Nixon feels aboul
hi Presl lent's oversight of war and peace,

THERE rs \ CLASSIC but too neglected little book, The
President .-.nil Hi- Powers." (Columbia University Press paper-
'lacki, bj former President William Howard Taft who was Teddy
Roosevelt's choice for successor before they became bitter en-
in- When both of them were braten by Woodrow Wilson in
the 1912 election, Taft became a professor at the Yale Law
School, and delivered his book lectures there in 1915, two years
uv Wilson brought America into World War I. They are
lear, precise, a i>it pedantic, with gome wry touches. Taft had
'r been a good chief magistrate nor was he to he a good chief
lustke, but in between he was a tint-rate commentator on the
presidency,
The Po sident, of course, has more power in the foreign area
nan in the domestic It derives from three main sources He is
lie sole asjent of foreign policy: It is true, as Mr. Nixon insists.
hat only he and not Congress can conduct the peace negoi
iations in Pari. He has powers derived from his general dutj
.. execute the laws. And rina!ly. he is Commander-in-Chief ol
he armed forces, both in war awl peace, It is true, Taft agrees
dial Congress can't xercise any of these powers, nor can it
ihstruci or prevent the President from exercising then:.
But ,: Congress feels ,nat the Plvsi%.lont is exceeding his
!K.w.rs, .- ha- a weapon against him in its control of the purse
i his is a watchdog power. Congiess can use it says Taft "against
he usurpation by other branches and the thievery of Jurisdiction "
lit.,. Ls where the two camps the President and Congress
si tnd rodaj on thaquestion of the VT. tnam bombing and the
inn* m the cease-fire. Congress can't force the President to
n a cease-fire he doesn't want, nor can it keep him eonstttu-
lonally from resuming the bombing. But it can exercise its
I iy cutting off war funds.
it i
BEYOND THE niMKIMATK CRISIS, tt*n Ls the long-
ange one, Then, was a Jacob Javits-John Stennis bill liefore the
senate last spring, defining the emergencies under which a
csktent can commit America's armed forces without a declara-
Hon ol war bj Congress. I wrote at the time that this was too
tarrow an approach, and I still feel it. It would have kept F.D.R.
irum protecting allied shipping, and Kennedy from quarantining
he Cuban waters against further Soviet missile installations.
mi [.also felt and feel that the President's military actions
hould not -tand beyond 30 or 60 days unless Congress confirms it.
By that test, if applied today, Congress could not have kept
P .-id. in Nixon irom the bombing exercise, but it could const!-
utionall) keep him from resuming it if the Paris talks fail. This
votild doubtless have limited his bargaining power, but it may
the pi e to pay In order to forego future ad-
entures in brinkmanship.
, 'n""":"" l:""" id then i Lincoln Presidents and
' residents Clearly he put himself with theTnSt and
; the second and Taft resented it. Mr. Nixon thinks ol
1 """"" President, stret bins, the presidentia power
' ,'v'1''1 'he pi it |, worth noting thai while
m ii a strict construction of the Constitution he doesn't
a'iplj n in the Presid nt's rar and eace.
the Manhattan ["win rs Recreation
ise nt
The tribute lo !i;.!> i Dul in is
. : : by the Manhattan [*< w-
..- Israel Bonds Co n Itee and
will feature entertainment by the
| American Jewish humorist. Jack
' Malon. The evenit 7: '
1 with the -: lin u I ilo
nternal n in ;i i I
1st.
Rabbi 1> ibin and
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To celebrate their recent gol len
unniversary, Rabbi and Mis. Dubir
visited Israel ami endowed several
hospitals and educational institu-
tions there. They were awarded the
David Ben Gurion Medal of Honor
foi their generous concern for
I-rael's economic growth.
Rabbi Dubin is a Shriner and
b member ol Temple Ner Tamid,
IB'nai B'rith, ZOA, American Jew-
ish Congrass, and the Contra!
Conferanre of American Rabbis.
Set ring as chairman of the Man-
j hat tan Towers Israel Bonds Com-
i mlttee are George Newman, Jacob
Richman. and Dr. Wynne Stern
Hymen Goldman is honoruo'
chairman.
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Friday, January 19, 1973
Series Of Events To Mark
25th Anniversary Of Israel
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A series of events celebrating the 25th anniversary of the
Stat." of Israel and designed to make b 11 Jewish and :;on-
Jewish corrmunitj of Gre tei M ami awan ol thi Im;
of the survival of the Stal of Israi i' d xajy
and fret lom in the Middli E -i has been announced bj Mrs
ESurton Levey chairman of th< Israel 25 Co nmittee here,
The committee is under the aegis ol the Greater Mia
Jewish Federation and functions in cooperation with over 230
organizations in this area. The YM-YWHA of Miami is providing
the committee with a professional staff under the direction of
Marvin Liebennan, assistant executive director of the "Y."
On Feb. 19-23: An "Israel 25 Art Show'" will be held at
the Bacardi Building. 2100 Biscayne Blvd., as the kick-off
event for the committee's programs.
March 1. 2 and 4. An Israel 25 cultural spectrum will
be presented at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Build-
ing. 42C0 Biscayne Blvd. Included in the presentation will be
art. displays and exhibits, Judaica, and music. Tours and
guides will be available.
April 1: The Jewish Youth Council of Greater Miami, in
conjunction with the Israel 25 Committee, will sponsor a
folk dance festival at the University of Miami in cooperation
with the Hillel. Jewish Student Center of the university.
April 5: An Israel 25 children's concert will be presented
under the direction of Cantor David Convisor of Temple Beth
Shalom. Over 10 groups representing synagogues in the
Greater Miami community will take part in the memorable
concert. The concert will be offered through the cooperation
of the Cantonal Association.
May 6: An Israel 25 festival will take place at Flamingo
Park with commemorative services. Following the service
there will be entertainment and a Kumsitz, and Israeli camp-
fire with singing, dancing and refreshments.
Sunday. May 20 at 11 a_m.: The climax of the Israel 25
program will be a mammoth Salute-to-israel parade on
Miami Beach. Included in the parade will be floats repre-
senting synagogues, business concerns. Jewish and non-Jew-
ish organizations, marching bands and youth groups. Digni-
taries representing the State of Israel, officials of Florida's
state and local government, and community leaders will also
participate in the parade.
A series of continuing educational programs are planned
from now unt.l the end of the anniversary year designed to
provide materials, displays, exhibits, speakers, cassettes to
public and private schools of the community. The programs
are coordinated by the Central Agency for Jewish Education.
Mi mbers of the Israel 25 Committee are: Mrs. Mike Sum-
berg, chairman, cultural arts c immitte : Mrs Leroy Weiner, and
Mrs, I a ;: th I, cochaii n Maj 6th festival; Steve Remsen,
chairman, parade; Jerrj Su ocha rman, education com-
mitt m, ition; Mrs. Clifl
Mai!;-. and- Mrs. Am la .
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Labor Zionists Ask
Greater Attention
To Crisis At Home
B> Special R- iort
NEW YORK 0 .....kvhe
activity of Ami Jewry on be-
half of Israel h:i- no!
the crisis in Am -rican Jewrj
resented by the Increased rate of
Intermarria and the decrease of
t>ti! enrollment In all types of
Jewish schools.

That"- what Dr Judah J. Sha-
piro, president <>f the I-ihor Zion-
ist Alliance told b'a organization's
' executive committee at its bi-
morjthly meeting here. He said
. the I^abor Zionist Alliance is ready
to give more attention to the crisi*
| in American Jewry, even while
,\ supporting Israel. I le called on
! other Zionist crroup* and Jewish
, organizations to do likewise.
Dr. Shapiro, a noted social ana-,
' lyst, said "Zionist group* must
! recognire that by narrowing their '
commitment to Jewish life by re-
; gardincr their support of Israel as
, the limit of their activity, they do;
! an injustice to the American Jew
ish scene." He noted that Israeli,
, leaders themselves use every op- i
'i ,i
portunity to encourage Zionist
I croups to deal with these prob-
lerm in their home communities
; to prevent the erosion of Jewish
i life in the United States.
I
Announcing that the Labor j
, Zionist Alliance plans to add staff
I members and activities to work
11 in the direction of coping with]
, American Jewish problems, he;
said the AHiance will pay even
more attention to Jewish education ,
' and the involvement of its mem-1
i
; bers in many communities "not:
merely for greater financial sup- j
port, but to interpret to parents
the urgent need to give their chil-
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SEVEN NATIONAL BANKS KEEPING PACE WITH THE GROWTH OF GREATER MIAMI. FLA.
PEOPLES BANKS SERVE PEOPLE BETTER
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OF LIQUIDITY. WE ARE PLEASED TO GRANT LOANS FROM $1,000.00 TO
$1,200,000.00 TO ANY ONE BORROWER WHO MERITS CONSIDERATION.
W'Jt
DEC. 31 DEPOSITS CASH AND BONDS
1950 $8,530,000.00 $6,828,000.00
1954 $29,255.000 00 $22,701,000.00
1957 $41,591,000.00 $29,507,000.00
1960 $44,381,000.00 $29,224,000.00
1963 $50,646,000.00 $25,976,000.00
1966 $62,327,000.00 $33,296,000.00
1969 $98,962,000.00 $62,571,000.00
LOANS
$1,917,000 00
$7,256,000.00
$13,861,000.00
$17,722,000.00
$27,645,000.00
$33,149,000.00
$42,488,000.00
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS DEC. 31
1950
1954
1957
$250.000 00
$1,121,000.00
$2,595,000.00
$3,711,000.00
$4,760,000.00
$5,040,000.00
$6,146,900.00
1972 $167,592,000.00 $108,425,000.00 $67,934,000.00 $9,680,756.39
Be sure and ask for the latest published statement of condition. We think you will
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1963
966
1969
1972
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OF MIAMI SHORES
c omplele 'i ." :
Northeast 2nd Avenue at 95th Street
Telephone 757-5511
.- iblished Febr iry 21
RESOURCES IN EXCESS OF
$47,400,000.00
PEOPLES LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK
OF NORTH MIAMI
Nortnwest 7th Avenue at 135th Street
Telephone 685-2444
established October 21,
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$10,500,000.00
PEOPLES AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF NORTH MIAMI
Northeast 125th Street at 10th Avenue
Telephone 893 6611
Established March 27. 1951
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$37,800,000.00
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OF NORTH MIAMI BtACH
16051 West Dixie Highway
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Established May 16. 1956
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OF COMMERCE, MIAMI
Northwest 7Sth Street at 33rd Avenue
Telephone 696-0700
Established February 4, 1360
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9Then Sang Moses'
I!.\ RABBI NATHAN ZWITMA.N
B'nal Z'mii Congregation
Pin. Keys Community College
How beautiful is Beshalach the
Sa ith & di ah and its son i
- th the sacred
and the Holj
Sab iath ind it-
me mes-
i .'ii -i i\
shall Israel hi
led and the
Rabbi Zwitman manna which
was nicked on
Ihe sixth tte> beca iw twice what
Ii.i ; i ked suffi ing for Ihe i
Sabbath for the effort pui forth
the realm of holiness shal'
>i.'l can doubled i- the intrinsi '
merit of ihe sermon when spok< i
'. ords are -
potent bringing us into Ihi
>f others and mirroring oui own
(ouls mending hi ai Is or i ra '-
turing friendships healing grief.-
or opening wounds lifting u-
ip or casting us down bo -'
in our self-respect or crushing
. || t.iiy positive v" oi ii e-.
do ibi an I -i- in us ihi
v ill to continue negatlv i word
1 in developed in ihe 'lark room
tlvmg context ,,,,,. bid minds enlarged and mounl
'" '' t!l"1 I u lie Us| iy liestro} I
he 'short-cuts reputations and hopes 'unl
life but through the full- i),,..,, n,,t for ine 'short-cuts' i
for the fullness of living "then
tang Moses and the children of
Israel."
David Boone
Soloisl In
Concert Here
The Miami Beach Cultural So
iv will present Baritone OavM .
------- r ,,-t% vi III I'UM-iri ii.ti I ll 'I it |/M\I
in the synagogue atmosphere and noon* as euesl soloist, with Rss'e
the exalted mood of the Sabbath Ocnin at the piano, 7:30 p.m. Sat-:
Mow deep!) rewarding is tlv 'rday. Jan. 27. in the Assembly
look of wonderment in the eyes or I HalL 755 Washington Ave.
the worshippers as you refer t
Mr Boone will sing spirituals
medlevs from Broadway musicals
mil Yiddish Folk Songs.
An added attraction will he
sleitia Raiz and Angela Hernandez
in a duo recital
line six in Beshalach where Go-*
says to Moses: "and thou sha'1
Ite the rock, and there shall
o i.' oul of it water." but W
only know about the part where
Sod says "speak to Ihe rock"
maybe the readers of the column
wo i l b< interested too maybe
bring this sermon to the column
Take it out of the Sabbath aura .United Fund Agency Moves
reduce ii to the cold and [mper- Family and Children's Services.
sonal printed page where the shal- i ,.....
i---------- .a niemlx-r agency of the United
lowneas o, personal commitment
is not as eaily detected and word-
flow from the cxtensivciu -- ol
one's vocabulary and well-stock '
Family, Children's Service
Fund of Hade County, has opened
tilo rather than from one d
of -conviction an! compulsion u
faith, reduce them to a column |e
be glanced at and discarded an '
be ore doing so remember to count
thoa words for spa is limite I
Yi s count those word- p
haps here we ma> find Ihe worthi-
ness of ihis journal stic effort
count those words. vi ah not onh
i-ntral service and administrative
offices at 2190 N"\V 7th St. Frank
1 Hertel, executive director, said
'.he new headquarters would help
Increase the number of families
lerved in Greater Miami.
Branch offices arc maintained in
South Dade, Model City and in the
lowntown Miami ana. Some 6.000
fumiles in Dado were serviced last
"'li'1' [hen hut weigh them care- Vt-ar. Mr. Hertel said.
SYNOPSIS OF THt WtlKlY TORAH PORTION
Beshalach
"
"And it came to pass when Pharaoh had let the people
. 'Chapters 13. 17-17)
CROSSING THE RED SEA When the children of Israel left
Egypt, God did not lead them to Canaan by the shorter route
a ong th. coast through the land of the Philistines. Instead they
journeyed south Into the wilderness led by a pillar of cloud by
day and a pillar of fire by night. As soon as they had left Egypt,
Pharaoh had a change of heart and led his army in pursuit. As
they approached the Red Sea ami saw that they were blocked by
water in front of them and by Egyptian pursuers in hack of them
the Israelites panicked and complained bitterly to Moses. He
BMured them that God was their protector and would lead them
<=nfely through all encounters. At the bidding of God. Moses
stretched out his hand over the sea and the waters were divided,
allowing them to Croat in safety.
THROUGH THE DFSERT- The march continued south-
ward- through the urlderness of Shur to a place called "Marah "
becau-o of Its bitter waters. The people, parched with thirst
rmumered against Moses, who was then shown a certain tree'
which, when cast Into the waters, made them sweet Again Moses
urged the Israelites to believe in God so that they should be Im-
mune from th diseases whl h had afflicted Egypt Then they
moved on to the oasis of Elim
uld rain bread from heaven I a n and would test th....., i-
ence of -he poo:,,, t hfa !au, In tn wenlng m|grato **
?"" T .T '" th" '':I"'"' ""' "" """"^ wm Prm-MJ
with nosh to eat In the morning the ground was covered with
manna which lasted like cake with honey The Israelites wore
comma', I rather no more than an omer, (a measure of just
Aer four pintsi for i ach person ev. rj day. ,, it the sixth lay
tion wa= to be gathered to provide rood for the
when no work was permitted. An omer ol manna
wai Placed in a irthenware preserved before the Ark in
the Tabernacle, to show God's bounty.
I lucose for inti av< no is feeding.
5 V of what the division
consumes is pi odui ed by the
dii ision tsi If.
Since the leaders and men ol
the division ilo from 15 lo 20
days of field 11 aining per month
In addition to pn hIucI ion
work." you i an see w hj the;
look pier hard-bitten.
is THE co- ntiyside, howe\ i
it is a pi iv ilege lo sei v. be
ir oils ft inge bi ni rits About
so ol ihe men are then foie
farm boys by origin. The resl
are students, including a fail
number, one sus|iects, who did
nol exactly volunteer.
The leading cad I one
musl nol call them "offii ers"
a e mainly promoteil from the
ranks As they wear no insignia,
vo-i cannot tell them iron' the
men, except that their uniforms
have two i stra pockets.
IP TO ihe level of compan>
commander, thev also live with
their men, all together in the
bare but immaculate barracks
with the same hard iron hunks
lor i v eryi ine
As the 197th is a light-
infantry division, it has no di-
visional equipment heavier than
73mm recoilless ilfles and
120mm mortars. Communica-
tions are by signal ind walkie-
talkie
MOTORIZED equipment is in-
significant. But the men are
trained to carry 60 to 83 pounds
of weains. ammunition and
rations on the march and in
combat.
The divisional commander.
Chien Yung-ching iwho looked
like a smallish Chinese rock,
weathered hut durable), Insisted
that 1 see his men in action."
It was a freezing day. While my
teeth cluttered, target shooting,
training exercises ami maneuver-
ing (always at the doublei went
on for two hours.
AS K.VCII new Squad ran out
to perform, the men chanted in
unison. "Heighten our vigilance1
Defend our motherland!" And I
have to add that I have never
seen more deadly accurate
shooting at all ranges
What struck me most, how-
ever, was the way the division
was organized. There were al-
most no staffs no more than
30 men at division level, and no
more than eight at the level of
ii-ginient.
THERE WAS almost no
school system, cither, and there
were virtually no cross trans-
fers from outside. Everyone, in
fact, had grown up in the divi-
s on; and since the re-enlistment
rate (at the end of a three-year
hitch) was .10'; to 40',. every-
one knew everyone else.
Command was frankly a part-
nership between the formal com-
manding officers and the polit-
| leal officers. But the |x>litical
' officers had also grown up in
' the division; and all higher- offi-
, cars had had both sorts of
i assignnvents.
A new model army. Indeed!
And I should guess an extremely
j formidable one.
Veterans Asked To Check
Eligibility For Pensions
Wartime veterans of ihe United
States armed forces who are per-
manently and totally disabled for
reasons not traceable to service
He urged to visit the U. S. Vet-
i ni.s Assistance Center.
C. W. I'.oggs. officer n charge
-aid many veterans are nol aware
ol then- eligibility, particularly
veterans 65 years of age or older,
The office is located In Room luo
i 51 SW 1st Ave.
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
16 SHEVAT 5:35
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION MS SW 67th Ave. Orthodoi
C.intor Aror. Btn Aron.

ANSHE EMES 2^33 SW 1th Ave
Conservative C.intor Sol Pakowiti

8ETH AM iTempk-i 5950 N Kendall
Dr. S Miami Refo*-m. Raohi Her-
bert Baumgard 3
BETH DAVID 26.'5 SW 3rd Ave
Conservative. T"a;jlJi Irving A Wein-
gart. Ctrtor W lliam W L peon *
ti
erviei > u .
s.in hi.,i \ i |i .1 hi Ti iral l.i s>i
olialith
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman 5

BETH KODESH. .101 SW fth Ave
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIN! 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Ral'bi '.vrahom
Groner. 32

NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER 1720 7n*h Street Cause-
way. Nirth Bay Village. Conserva-
tive Rabbi Emmet Allen Frank Can.
tor Murray Vavn-n 32-A

AGL'DAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARO
CONGREGATION. 7C7 5th St Ml.
ami Beach. Orthcdox. Rabc Mor-
decai Cha.iiovta.
north Aii.;.*.:; beach
ADATH VESHURUN .Tempi". 1029
NE Miami Gardens Dr Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Mtlte.i S.hlinsk, Can-
tor Reuvan fccKh.tus 33
-
BETH TORAH 1051 N Mian- D-.i h
Blvd. Conservative Rabhi M.i Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob B Mend-lson 34
t I H KODESH. .101 SW 1'th Ave .
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max Sha- BNAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
6 Conservative llabhi Victor D.
Zwelling. Cantor Jack Lerner. 38
SINAI (Temple), ot NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Relon- Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 37
I'- nl.i \ s:1." 11 in Kal*l*l i* i: -l. \ s
- men u ill bo Whi ii Tli. > 'nil Ihe
i ..Mini, in tn i 'In i-i. vv lull ... .i. -
Slll|.....I H' .e .-..lur.l > i
ii in II mil Mil I li I : '
HIlU Ulliol I '.ll V I
piro. Cantor Lecn Segai
|i in Unl.I.i Max Shan
ill iIIhi ii- Thi >- it i>f \
f.i||i. .1 hi i mi u .si iil.l.ni Im i,
S:-l, ll......I Vli I- mill >
I" n -i-I .i- Mi. vv ..iii.iii ..t Valni

3ETH TOV (Tempi*), 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles
Rubel. Cantor Srvmour Hinkei R
Krlilav -i'- |i.m K.ii-l.i i harl.-s Ruliil
.1 ill nffli late liui Nl mil nki iv II Im
' Mai: ii iiln r ll nil -.....;,
" im i- f"l Pi.....ii I In Mill.
-i
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER M,.
ami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot 10
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18*51 NE
'9th Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Jjnah E.
Caplan. 3t
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml.
AMI. 90 NE 171st St. O Ihodox.
Rabbi Zalnutn Kossowtky.
N
ISRAELITE CtNTtH 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi ^aul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
'-ii.i ,i > -. ,. \;iii, ,| \\, .ni.!- JUDEA (Tempie, 5500 Granada Blvd.
I.enKUi S.1I.I..11I1 It.1 bill lb
CORAL GABltl
llinn topic "ill b* Tli. BniiR nl I >, l,-
-in Haiurdu j k:4."> n in llabbl
Ih-iiiIi r'a Rrrmnn p,.n inn i ihv vv ,. i
*
OR OLOM (Temple' 8755 SW 16th
St. C-nservative. Tabb. Elliot
Wmogr.-J Cantor N ehouda Bmyrt-
nun. 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL
Ave. Conservative.
Kle.n.
Vi i'tiii > i |i ni -
6500 N Mami
Rabbi Maurice
14
mi, n Itipli hi
-.iltn
Kabbl Mauiii-l Ul.in \
Sonic, fin Hi, Sabbath l>aj
ZION (Templei. 8000 Miller Rd Con.
servative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro
Cantor Eriol Helfmin. 1
l"' rtat > |, in Hal MlUvah Kulheh n
>iMi7.r. ilnuBhlcr ', Mi ., ,] vh-
I '* '" SiMiz.-r Herni.....|
Ha I u Mai < :. in ...-, nu n >. ill
111. We. k
HI Alt AH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple) 951 E.
4th Ave Conservative. Rabbi N-
than Zolondek. 15
WOltfH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION 2225
NE 121st St. Conservative Rabbi .
Joseph Gorfinhel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbaum. 35
MIAMI HIACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyie Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M Ever.
Saturday 9 a tn. Kabbl Sheldon \"
Bver mil deliver ;i Hermon on: "la.
rai I 11111I Th.- World .) r>- Reel
klblliiy Today." Canti.r Matu- l:.el
livilfiver, known .i- ih. "tjim Voh-
liner Cantor" will perform Hi. .-.i\.-
Reform. Rabbi Mcrr.s Kipper 40
Kriiln e m. : t .- 1 '
I'l.iv ,1 I'... i.l, : I'll'; mil -' i:il-
u- K in 1... I
ZAMORA iTemplei -U Zamor-i Ave.
Conservative Rabh. Mnwii A.
Berger. Cantor P Hilktl Brummer.
41

MMfSfM
MOGAN DAVID CO' GREGATION,
934S Harding Ave. Orthodox. Raibl
Isaac D Vine. 50
FOffT lAUDWfiALF.
e
BETH ISRAEL iTemp'el. 7t00 W.
Oakland P*rk Blvd Rahb. Ak.va.
Brilliant. Cantor Maur.re Neu 43

EMANU -EL. 3245 W Oakland Park
Blvd (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abranis Cantor leroine Klement. 43
P0MPAN0 UACH
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 610.
NW 9th St.
SHOLOV iTemplei 112 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morns A Skop.
Cantor Jacob J Rner.
HALLANDALl
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro.
HALLANDALE JEWISH CcNTEf4)
(Conservative). 418 NE 8th Ave.
Rabbi Marry E. Schwarti. Canto*
Jacob Danzioer.
''";'"' '.....s- i .,, a
;'">"'' will ills. u.. Ul ,. Ul,j
Save nur Youth r*
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HOLLY WOOD
BoT.H EL Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe 4f
' BfJ".HoHrALM ^T";P,)- 01 Ar.
. ,1 u Co;r've. Rabbi Morton
fkalavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 4
SINAI (Tempie,. 1201 John.cn St
Conservative Rabbi David Shap.rs.
Cantor Yehuda He.lbraur. 47
T3l'oPSWB|?TnH 1HM' Co"^ivs.
B.kt e '. Av"U*. MOIIywOOd.
Rbbi Salomon Benerrich.
TEMPLE SOLEL* (t*eral) 5001
Snh^^ S,r'et' Hollywood. R.bb|
Robert Frann
MltAMA*
ISru*,LL lTemP'" W0 SW 35th St
Conservative. R,bb. A.r0m Draiin
Cantor Abraham Koster 1
I BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Svnr.
ky. Cantor Maurice Mamches 19
I BETH RAPHAEL. (Temple). 1545 Jef.
'""'" Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH 5H0LOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor David Conviser. 21
BETH TFILAH 9J5 Euc,.d Av 0r.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
Sky. ^
: BE,TH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION 843 Meridian Ave. 22A
C^SAN..HEOREW*CONGREGAT.ON
swfk .^"""Oton Ave. Orthodox. 4"|,., **,. 1| O
FUbb. Dow Roxenewaio 23 t CUrlA^SE''HA,,D'c hebrew con. I,\,lv. l" r>r.'
Rabbi Meir Masllah Melamed. 23.a P
I EMANU-EL (Temp.e7"l701 Wv-h.nn .,. Cha,i,-V-M,s "" OrRSnizatiOll of
ton Ave Conservative Rabb, irv?ng .? V"U'"; "'""' f''' Iho Greater
| Lehrman. Cantor Zi Ad.er. Ml.'.mj ana is planning a Kahil-
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pine Tree l"U,.Flftte KvenlnR" F, l.riKirv l()
Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S '' "' ll"tno ..I M, s \,in. v Wiln,,-
-___ *'M Alton Rd. The theme of the
Ac?dem'viNE^L ,Branch H'hr' wi" '"''-'"i"' through cos.
A^O^Odo^R^b, Abrah^Xn" ''- d......"'"".....I *
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Cantor Meyer Engel.

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Stern
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
MENORAH (Temptei. 0 75th St
i ow,t- Ca"tor Nico r.ldmjn. 2
VH. ._ '" riatunlai ... n ir
Samuel [>, ,,,.
NTatumAM'v2 - **<" St. ,nd
Tatum Waterway Conservative
warl' Sa?- Lab C
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Cr,or L^ad^'""' ><"\
vvvwevew^yvvvvsrvvvji coH.n.Ra ?***^ center. S4S n*w l,pnK- S*nrln M
Ave. Rabb, Sad, Nahmi... 31 i- Mrs. ROS Nud 3 RwartZ,
Th Sunrise School for Ihe Re-
,| which hi nares for
mentally retail
For further in ,, contact
W Stephen Kol
Rumniage-Bsuaar
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rale-hazaar for S ind iv ? th syn-
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fJewlsti fhrkMsn
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IVnai B'rilh Youth Present
\o Live Another Summer'
i' I of l t'ns

.-. : I till
To l.i\i Anothci
iy ex. ii'n i i
m i -iii inly. Th a mu ;i< al
has played foi
the B'nai B'i ith
Ihi1 \' il!
i i i Ki
L'niti tatos which i
nil i ilili-'! !".> in
I lupuses, thi
tizai m 1 iBTi
. :. U00 communil it -~ ami
e in i
. c anno inee-
\ AH rod
. II evening
:
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Ra i -;. e<| i
awards .< I
. tn t hi p
II
! Israel. Miss Ra/.'
is thai "i .i lieu-
ml in il:- Israeli anny She ha*
i i"l I ha leading i ules in
: air Lady." 'Oliver,'" "The
in I I" and many more. Miss
i has also appeared many times
ii ih<- Brl Sullivan Show.
The rasl consists of 24 people
H ng th.' musicians, singers,
era, and a comedy. The pro-
ic-tion will he mostly in English.
I Live /
show a
11 box office, al
t e i s a I
n i. : \.; Kad i,
. In obtained
men's and
ol IVna U' ii
Info it ion
iii I ft on Ario K n lui i oi B'nai
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to New V ,
Kl Al .ini s five v,
i on-stop !'h rhts from New Vm K
to Ti i A\i\
'Guys "n Gals1 Dance
"Guys 'n Ciais" have scheilnleil
thin once-a-month dance for Sat-
urday al Hibiscus Hall, 955 Alton
Rd starting at 9 p.m. Deeva, her
piano and orchestra will be
featured.
rCcbbinicul *J elcvision f~ >
roi?rut#
i in. !i Ch I. 8:30 a.m. The ''"> to
iRerxal I <>"< at fi '
Hosl Re '. th i Pi
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l i ; : .
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In ir I \ u 11 in April 25
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Included win be the Firsl Si
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transfers, most sightseeing and
many optionals. The tour will be
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Km- further information, con tad
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Friday. January 19, 197i
Salvage Named Chairman
Of Brandeis PB Dinner
. .- University Tr istc
11. Sah .... Busl n ail
1.1 at I lie Bl


N.A.T.E. Elects Kir
Ri hard D. Siegel, director of
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hard Siegel To Nut*! Bonn!
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+Jewist fkrktktn
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orman Kasser Chairman
>f Technion Nat'l Confab
Dr. A. Riilcliiks Conclave Speaker For Weekend
Dr. Alia
i hologist,
sjioaker at
bmi.-in J. Kasser, president of
ith Florida Chapter, Amer-
i'.< litiioli Society, has In. u
NORMAN KASStR
I | i haii man for the S
- second annual national
tn be held at thi
. ma l lotel, Bal l [arbour, oi
10. 11, 1973. This an-
enl was mad.' by Lau-
a. Tisch, president 'if the
Technion Society.
:. Kasser is also vice president
|- Greater Miami ym-V\vha.
lairman <>f the Hillel Com-
Board "f the University
iami, immeditae past chair-
In of the American Histadrut
i lation. Ho is also a membei
board <>f governors of th.
I Miami Jewish Federation.
of the executive board of the
Israel Education Fund, of the
National Hoard of Trustees of the
of Israel Bonds, and of the
of din ctors ol the Gn
Miami Hebrew Academy.
i mtlining the program for th.
at a recent meeting
ol the i \i'i inive I >ai I i f the
Vlr. Kassei si ti I thai
i the notabl u lieipal ing
I ';...
io the
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Satui e. i il the
on S
Feb. 11.
In addition will
havr a sym|iosium on bio-med
i i'i ing, "Save "> our Life "
nbe be Di
i ii Kolff, 1':. Adi ianne
Kantrowit^, and Dr. s .
Farber.
Editor-Publisher Guest
At Temple Breakfast
Mr. Fred Shochet, editor and
publisher of The Jewish Floridian.
will lx' guest speaker at a Con-
gregational breakfast '>" Sunday
at Temple Beth Am.
The 9:.'!0 a.m. meeting is spon-
sored by the temple Brotherhood.
Other members of the Congrega-
tion and guests may attend the
breakfast for a nominal charge.
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Dr. Allan Rutehiks, Dade County
ilogist, uill speak on "The
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*Jeist> Fktrkfidun
Friday, January 19, 1973
DATELINE ISRAEL
By Robert Slater
Saving Lives His Most Important Business
" i, 1973 Ji v :-l T. urapl i \i
IJ \\i.i\<. on the wall ol UzJ
Narkiss's office m thi Jew-
ish Agi ncj i~ a picture ol three
men dress d in battle fatigues
with an air ol tri i.....h about
them. Moshe Dayan is in the
middle, flanked b> Yitzhak Ra-
bin ami Narkiss Thej are enter-
ing the Ol.l City oi Jerusalem
The historic scene occurred in
the final moments ol the Six-
Daj War in June. 1967, when
Narkiss w is a 42-year-old gen-
eral leading the Central Com-
mand of the Israel Defense
Forces. 11 has gone into the his-
tor> books is the g neral who
a] tured and united Jerusa
Now five years later, still us-
ing thi language of the officer,
still unafraid to make decisions,
still determined to build moral.'
among his staff, the stockil)
built, diminutive Narkiss runs
one uf the most crucial exercises
of the State of Israi I, the pro-
gram ol immigration and absorp-
tion ol newcomers from all
corners of the world.
Proudly, from behind his desk
on the sixth floor of the new
Jewish Agency offices along
King George St, in Jerusalem,
Narkiss said in an inter' i*u
with the JTA, "We are as big
as three ministries, We have
1.700 men working for us here
and around, the world." Offici-
ally, Nai kiss is the direi tor ol
the Jew ish A 'i cj 's IK pai I
ol Immigration an I Abso lion
n e mark of sue,-. -- for his
rti partn nt i- the nu nber ol
new in n. rants that come to
\ | each yeai Just a< i -
pot tant, however, i- buildin a
i cord of attracting Jews
places around the v o I
tra litionally the mosl n sista *
to aliyah has come The wet
mosl especially th< United
has ; io\, ii the entral
,.| ii ma of immigration offii
Jew ish education is a ne
-i;\ says Narkiss, but equa Ij
ii tant 's tin atin west n
J< ws to the diffi ill ife in
[sra I, helping thru lo indor-
-iind what life is a
the Jewish state
As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT SEGA1
Conscience, Revenge, Amnesty
JMRITING OF THE N'ixoi I ol the
Pi -.1 nt in his second t -i m, as the un lis-
puti d lead : '-. : sta ishm -nt.' llu.h Si Ii
served in Li I ,i "no President ha- : I found
Be*ween You and Me
a i .i le place in the history books through
ind revi n e and Nixon knows his histoi
When one tries to a] p!} that ya Istiek to I
tlioinv issue of amnest ins who
Bv BORIS SMOIpP
The Israel Story
<. '""" J u l-li T. l*i a(lii.- A k: t n. \ i
UM ii WORLD JEWRY now celebrating the
inn of] publica-
tion this i i ;< "And The Hills Shouted For Joy"
i ;> iten joint]} bj Bernard Postal and
Honrj W Levy, thi well-known American Jewish
lib ts is a tin h ibution to the cele-
I : in.
luthoi spared no tim in
rj possible source ol
ever; i i i Tit lead-
to thi di ipt i. >n j the Ui
Nat ions -"> \i ;u ago, ol the his-
Ri hi !i
ht i n :i the creat ion >l the
State ol 1 rael In fact, thi
. -. .
ov n w
tmospl
I
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' place I
.
.
Israel Newsletter
I havi 'i nu s!tati i today, were ii
not nan,
Thi
Ihinti il\ ihoul ii*1 i -lates
Dati .-. lc lopments chi k I
ne ol the ni a fa i- hieh thi authors
revea xcoptiona intei ren tod ly, 23
1 ten plac in great seen >
Tl e> in le, foi ustance, deta .- ol two secret
tween I i :.i Meir, now Pi mi r of
l-rai and the King of Jordan Also talks between
Di Weizmann ami Truman in Washington The}
il 1 onniving ] >lans at ainst
the Yish the British idn st I Pal
i in th da\ pi ior to the dej ai i ir ol thi
ince with
I'niti d \.!'
.... .
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1
in
By Carl Alperl
All Immigrants Have To Adjust
CEVERAL READERS HAVE written expressing
era over reports thai somi
l'-~s'-' >< Ii i i-ra"l, and Urn others are having
ljustment and integration prob-
lems. It is true that there are
problems of various kinds with
the new immigrants from Russia,
but the siluation should be re-
\i' wed in proper perspective.
Lasl year there were close to
15,000 immigrants from the Soviet
L'nion. This years figure will be
nore than twice that. If someone
were to tefl me that 45,000 new arrivals in an>
country had all been Integrated without difficulty
and thai none had left I should be mighty suspici-
ous. When we deal with thousands ol people there
are ound to be a c< rtain ,,: misfits,
chri nic compla'mcrs | sychological or psychiatric
cases restless individuals who cannol adapt them-
selvi in a new situation.
Nor should we pul 11 beyond the realm of | s-
sibility thai these also included So I ents who
had eei lanted among the immigrants for Just
such
Under the circumstances, it is a i izi i thai so
few K.e-.an j. w have left Israel no more tha i
dozen m all.
The histo y ol imrnigi ition to Israel revea
'' ol bi and n i-
lighti ninj I i .
In the mid-1920*s thi re was a ri i of
imtl
nomic difficulties which overtook untry in
thi latl le brought dl
menl and disillusionment to many ol these immi-
grants, and thousands of thi m returned to Poland.
There they remained until caught up In the holo-
caust.
The German Jews who fled from Hitler in the
following decade had enormous problems in Israel
Business, industrial and professional people were
not easily absorbed in the economic milieu of Pal-
estine, and it was commonplace for German PhD -
to drive buses or wait on tabli in restaurants The
veteran Jewish conununit) ridiculed the newcomers,
and did not make their integration any easier. Time
did its work, however, and the Germans helped
revolutionize the i conomic structure ol the country,
There were problems wh. n the Rumanians came
in large numbers. There were difficulties in the
absorption of Jews from Morocco E\ -n the peace-
ful, almost docile Yemenites had complaints in their
day. The fad is thai oup ol immigrants has
its problems because of the different cultural, social
or i conomic backgrounds. It could not be otherwise.
" ;| :i,: r ol An icans were to come to
Israel they.too, would have problems.
The press reports aboul misunderstandings with
Russian Jews, or special difficulties which they
-' n be having should be viewed in this light.
It should be remembered lhat the> haw learned to
expect tl ivi rnment to do i .erything for thi
" "natter of ri in ai I tl at n osl of them are
i Jewish bai k
the n osl i| i rflcial kind.
Bu1
i help the
- I he) aii: over, ome
their nt pains.
found in t In Viet nam Wa...
had I hat t hey either d :
i i.in :!> curio
Mr "' iv the issu A icai iv I
i th noty are at a
130.00ft. A }
... I < .i 11.
Supreme Ci I ne in e\ \ 15 \
.:.. Ii luel
Man} ,le-i n
take; the nea'ts \
Pn.-d the

the I '
' is hi. to
n*l
v., tni ,
iiiiuicnt pi
'. i- mi i
iw seek imnestx Th > -!
I 'e that the.\
lio-.ilil have I
i no privile ;es." h has d ed.
hiinsi II ha- il
- I i i i; II
i
'

Idem '
i serve I. i i
'
....

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I
: "
'
tally a i ....
thos who annn./el .... ,
font d service in that t
>' onvietions to ft. then, to \t
forov. i the i i j 0f n,. ,,
ii a- i y, san h..>. sans
what i- to so i a ; ait I al ch
Will thi Pre- ni ive short ; >
I ;"il! "' John Cardinal Krol ol Phila l< '
ging for charitj and justice on the pan ,,i ih,,...
empower.,I 10 granl amnesty? Will thi President
be deal to representatives ol the Synagogu. Courn il
of Amen, a. the National Council of Churches bnd
the National Conference ol Catholic Bishops who
advo ate anuiesty? Will the opinion ol thousands
who hold that the immorality of our involvement
m Vietnam should rem ve the onus from thos. who
opted for personal non-involvement be lost ,,, ,i,
si a ol i rest nt eonsidi ration"
An American President wrestling with a sfa
call tor amnestj a centurj ago rose to the i
lenge and resmnded with courageoua affirmal
"i that immortal Lincoln it was later to bo written:
"real captains with their guns and drums
Disturb out iudgmenl for the hour
But at lasl silence comes These all an gone
a tow. I
nil hen -hall behold his tame;
"' 'most, rase, forseelng man
'" Irca ling praise-, not bis
New birth ol our new soil, the first Am rtcsut '
nns before he took a hard line
Richard Nixon assured xa that ho
ral with regard t.
in the war was-onded Thai
' When its
Hth th, burning ,s. ., am.
"" PresideW who knoWv
engi can do tea chief*!
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icrmi, Florida Friday. January 19, 1973"
Section B
Briefs
Presenting the Torch of Independence celebrating the 25th
anniversary of Israel's statehood, at a luncheon held re-
cently by the Morton Towers Group of Hadassah are (left to
right) Mesdames Frieda Tobey, chairman of Hadassah Medi-
cal Organiratidn; Emanuel Ments, president of Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah; Burton Levey, chairman of Israel's
25th Anniversary Committee; Alice Freeman, cochairman
HMO, and Philip Houtz, president of Morton Towers Group
of Hadassah.
Syria Misled U.N. Observers
TEL AVIV An army spokesman
contended that United Nations observers were
misled into accepting Syrian aWegations that
civilian casualties were caused by Israeli Air
Force attacks in the region of Dael village on
Jan 8. Dael was one of a number of targets hit
by Israeli jets in retaliatory air raids against
Syrian army positions and terrorist strongholds.
Letter Bombs Found in Israel
TEL AVIV .JTA)The fourth letter-bomb
postmarked in Israi was found in a Hadera hos-
pital and turned over to police. The booby-trapped
envelope was spotted by Dr. Amos Harari of the
Hillel Yoffe Hospital. Another was discovered in
the sorting bin at the Bcersheba post office. It
was postmarked Tel Aviv as were the two pre-
vious letter-bombs found in recent days. The
first one injured Anat Tzamir, 35, of Kiryat Gat,
who was treated at a hospital and sent hi
Police repeated their warning to the public to-
day to be alert for suspicious^ooking envelopes
even if tlvy bear a local postmark.
Arafat Sees War in 1973
TUNIS El Fatah chief. Yassir Arafat, is
quoted as saying that 1973 will bo a year of re-
newed war betwe n the Arab people and Israel.
He made this statement In Damascus in an in-
terview carried by Palestin Al Tavrah." an or-
gan of the "Palestine Liberation Arafat char-
acterized the year 1073 as a time of great chal-
lenge for the "Palestinian revolution and the
Arab people." He then emplaned for Cairo, where
he took part in meetings of the Palestinian Na-
tional Council, a quasi Parliament-in-Exile of the
Palestinian Arabs.
Tax Credits Asked For Schools
NEW YORK (WNSl The Commission of
Legislation and Civic Action of Agudath Israel
of America has launched a nationwide campaign
to mobilize this country's Orthodox Jews for the
second round in efforts to pass legislation grant-
ing federal income tax cn-lit- to non-publio
school parents, Commission executive president
Rabbi Moslie Shere announced. The state co-
ordinators of Agudath Israel's legislative com-
mission will spearhead this effort to push through
the bill granting $200 tax credits for each n in-
public *chool studi nl estimated to benefit Ye-
i parents with ?'._5 million annual!}
Bus Sought For Jewish Aged
WASHINGTON iWN'Sl Headed by the
Washington Region the Women's American
CRT. B'nai B'rith W imen, the Jewish War
V*i rans Auxiliary, Mizrachi and Pioneer Wonv n
are raising fumVs to purchase i his for ..- I y
the areas estimated -1 00 J wish elderly poor
known to be in need >l lid
Fascell Urges Aid For Aged
On Dec. 20, the Jewish Chautauqua Society presented a 10-
book set of Jewish Encyclopedias, to Sister Frar.z Lang, li-
brarian of Barry College in Miami. Making the presentation
on behalf of the society were Al Roth, national beard mem-
ber, Col. Henry Herman, JCS chairman of Temple Sinai, and
Nat RoLbins JCS chairman of Temple Israel.
Co- Dant has creased funds to the states 'or a
joined In sponsoring th varli ty of services directed at the
hensive Older Americans Sonic aged Including transp tation, nu-
BiU In the U.S. House of R pr Wti "' i '''
sentatlves :,v"
The bill had wid bi-pa
Legislation would pi vide In- pporl In the 92nd :
was passed ov rwheligly by
House and Sen I ":
n as veto
Ni.....
. ...
Arabs Barred
From I sing
ADL's Name
By Special Keport
W V( RK The Anti-Defa-
n ition League ol B'l al B'l ith
i.i has i........ int b par-
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I I-, i! '. Arab
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.'. V/ork t Jus
George <
I til, .: .
i ; sol, nol til
I man relal
nt had chai
eekii ADL's
i te bj using I
Defamation Lea e \ hi h a
key and distinctive Identifying
part of its name."
The general counsel said that If
t Arab organization had been
permitted to use the name, the
good will of ADl. would have been
diluted and destroyed."
In his permanent injunction.
Judge Mantzoroa ruled the Arab
group is forbidden to use the Anti-
Defamation league's abbreviation,
ADL. "or any imitation thereof
such as AADL or any simulation
thereof ."
The Arab group is additionally
forbidden to use the league's name
or abbreviation directly or in-
directly in its fund raising and
other activities.
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*Jenit tkridiar
Friday. January 19
--
Temple Menorah Series Will Open
Sunday Morning With Dr. Max Arzt
Dr. Max Arzt, vice chancellor
the Jewish Theological Sem-
injii-y, will I),- the gm st speakoi
' anstators of the Bible for
'wish Publication Society.
the
! I'lllph'
SAVL TEPUTZ
inoi flint; .iI
I i,- ib.iecl ii i (i"i Thi
' > CM 11 i- Man nd will
issues a*
iel in l ih, and
Second in the scries of Sunday
lectures-will*,- I)r. Aryeh TWshei".
representative ol the Prime Min-
ltei of Israel in the United States,
speaking Feb. 25. He will .speak
on the subjecl "Israel; Where East
>le ts West," and "ill treat the
- i (eel "i the cultural confronts-
i.Hi.in between the eastern and
stern civilization.
I >i Nesher is a survivor of
[lit! r's concentration ramps who
i led th, Central Committee <>t
l .berated Jews following World
v..ii II. an.! help.,i i,. galvanize
Jewish public opinion for the es-1
'ublishment "I the State "l Israel.
lie is Professot .>i Social Com-
i.mnications .11 Haifa University.
:i lecture features Dr. Saul
1. To 'in si cm larj ol the Rau-
I .in.,,; .\ssernbl... rabbinical bod>
t; Con p vative Motcmenl of
Vmei cs Mis theine March 11 will
''. "Torah: Judaism and Christi-
The i 'ilforence." and ill
ai with the p.'teiitial challenge
Ke> '73."
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CALL 379-1054
Florida Universities Pledge
Not To I se Reverse Quota
The Florida office of the Anti- which seek out qua
cfamation 1 1 I B'nai B'rith person for employment
iis week >ni'i it had received thai the best quail
,ssurance from the chancellor >f
ate L'nivi -. System that
Idrida universities will ttol
lupin. men! or si
IV
111 '!' -pin '. 11 atoi and author
I books is tin liairman
1 : he 111 egi si I nts project ol
biy. vi hich
strei then the I onds
lit Anii'i ican
I :' and his
ARYtH NISHIR
"Man of the Year" 4ward
Joscj h Scliin.ei has been nameii
Beth Torah Mi n\s Club "M
he Year" according to
Schwai i/l ere;, club i". .
Rchmii r will be feted at a S .
i eninq dinner on Feb 11 :n the
- ial hall Jai k Cli i pi
< servin < ehai i ol thi
iffaii
Singled Coffee House
The Voting Singli s of 1
- thi
.-
t 8 p.n at A'ald
e in i
,dmiss mi quotii in p ferenl
based u|Hin race, na-
lunal origin oi sex.
Representatives nl the AMI
ecentlj "''il1 t Ro ei I
.i.-c11.- an t e Co ncil ol Presi
icnts ..I tin I svstein
ml cn ... oncern oxer e i
thai sonn tsit> "'ifi- |
ials had set a i ertain te ich
:.: udministral vi > >i>> t" .
and wo
Jack Kasscvi il in i f 111.
I: ;ional Board said
..e reali that th Fe r-ral I>e
: ai tinent "I i llli 11 ion
.ml Welfare has ; I prcs
. ii, Iminisi
- tain "numeri
in Ih. pn nt ol


revei-si i lion when
sons
. .
lit ts lie-
e the
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that
foi a given inii hou! I l*. Y|v
d He sal I ,,.
minorities and vi
protection against
He eniplo nierit poli
.hi equal oppoi tui it
'i\ .dual hum it."
Mi Kassewitz said
: >. tted in studyini
I ill pilot Bfl
rogram :.<, ntly ap|in .
- ate Board >>i R
portedli designed la
m ml er "t minm itj
niployees in state nivet
olleges. He said the I
: i .. and s.ipi orts all
Iforts > long ai tl
.. time distorted i > lls
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\\ omen Shabbal \i
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+JenJsti fk.trSJIain
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Theodore Bikel Opens
Emanu-El 1973 Series
Theodore Bikrt, sttr of staRo. Assembly and Wed chairman of 'Hie ftdfTee forum Feb 23*~Wl so the lecture circuit, will | American Section of the World will be held at 10:15 a.m. in the
1>I n the TV mi
V. i i] i> Foi um Si'i'i. Jan
v. r: :ent al ion on the Ro-
ot Jew isli Youth."
A mini ment ol Mr. Bikel's
t' infi it mal i i ning al
i; : arii rongrej ation was
.),!' i .;.:. II I >; ri.
.i:i i! m cm ihr (",H an 11mimittee
Mr. Biki I is national ice pres
i i tiic Vnici lean Ji w ish Con-
. i'.is 11 en in i he fore-
i lev sh and hu nanitarian
i or i nanji > pai s, He 1 ecently
i : Jewish cultural songs
f Soviet L'nion in thi
Silent Nn J isi d
on I .' >l out ol Russ a
es a 'in in tes Feb, 22
ui l Shocnbrun, |>o|>ular
til .ill aul
li -i ,1a 11 h -> with
n !! n :
Jltl i ;... I
. r I 8:15
I
)(l! el i lai (I
\\ ii". I chaii -
n s Sui
i' H u of
ai. I ge Herbert S
em "t the syna
F
.: serv< d -i- \ Ice
)thitii ie in nf the I hi ran Daj ;
Sh-Ii ~. oliu.ship Ball, and has .
hi < '... in numi rous ten i>le .
{il : i II inly pi OJectS,
Dr. I bert Goi dis will o| en the
sei ie : I). II. II. i.- a former
: |in sident ol 111. Syna-
i mined ol Amei icn and one
<> i count! y's foi emost religious
li
i \\i te Kelman. executive
\ resident ol the Rabbinical
Wholesale Distributers of
lewish Congress, will lie the Feb. I Friedland Ballroom.
s si'"':'l:er. Tickets for both series are avail-
Dr. Max Arzt vice chancellor able at the Temple Emanu-El of-
I the Jewish Theological Sem- If ice, 1701 Washington Ave., with
inary of Amen,a rounds out the [special, reduced prices for students.
Princeton Student Charges
Quota System Limits Jews
Princeton University is using a
luota In order to hold Ji w ish
indergraduate enrollmenl down to
bout one-third ol what the en-
ollment figure would be wi i
uimission ol Ji n di students not
v' Icti d. according to Arthui
I "ooper, a Jewish I li ni at tl
.\< v. Jet -.i .. I ... I .ramie 1 n i\ ei i
Thou h thi univi loes not
' ll that a quota Is n sed
i al pieces of it tint
i 'ii certaintj to its ;.
Mr. ('ooper sal I,
Accord n to infoi mat ion k< pi
i" the offii e ol the Dean
i niv< rsitj i 'hap, .. the
ci di ation irom the
nenl o| anj n a. i
I' on car i
< I the corresponding :. ihe
Jewish group, Tl e.siretne on-
i
| thai ii is ontn lied, Mr.
( ooper said.
A si i vey of thii e recent i
uatin classes n ,... that the
: oil foi Jew i^h
studi nts is fa I than the
campus ave .,,, '
the norm 2' tin es is :,.u
as the deviation for any other
i.i oup.
'I hese high grades suggest thai
.1, wish students must have belli ,
nic qualifications than non-
Jewish students in order to
i cii iculate, Mr, ('oi>| ei said,
h students constit ite about
cent of the male student
al i h m,.|.
at Harvard and Vale.
admission
an about twii
This occurs despite the t id that
l'i ineeton i- at least as close as
ihe other schools arc to the great-
est concentration of Jewish pop-
ulation n the L'nited state. Mr.
aid.
Thei s ii: i Ie iiidence to indi-
i ate that there is a quota in use
r r the small number, ol women
ii <\\ I eing admitted. This, in turn,
proi idc> tun her evidi nee ol a male
quota, Jewish women constitute
well nvi r 30 per cent of the female
: tab ai Pi ineeton,
"Is ii reasonable to believe thai
there are more i ban tw ice as m inj
intelligent Jewish women as Jew-
ish men."' Mr Cooper asks.
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+Jeistrk>rkUar>
Friday. January 19. 1973
1
Joseph Weintraub Accepts
NCCJ Dinner Chairmanship
Joseph Weintraub, community
leader and chairman of the boards
of ATICO Financial Corporation
and Pan American Bancshares.
Inc.. Jws been appointed chairman
of the 21st National Conference of
Christians and Jews Brotherhood
Dinner Feb. 21, at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
Silver Medallion of Brother-
hood awards, highest honor of the
NCCJ. are presented at the annual
affair to three individuals of the
thret leading faiths who have
demonstrated their leadership in
civic and community affairs.
Happenings
Arthur II. Cotirshon, chairman
d the board of Jefferson Capital
Corp.. the commercial financing
subsidiary of Jefferson Bancorp,
Inc.. has announce.! the appoint-
ment of Alvin B. Portner as vice
president of the commercial
finance company. Mr. Portner
was formerly .in assistant vice
;:vs.dent of the company.
-T- $ $
Fresh flower arrangements
accenting "Bold, Brash and
Lively Table Settings" will be
demonstrated at two free pro-
grams Tuesday. Jan. 23. at the
Donnelly Advertising Corp. of
Florida.' 5220 Biscayne Blvd.
it v:
The .Miami Chapter of the
National Association of Ac-
countants was to meet on
Thursday at Lennys Hideaway.
The 7 p.m. dinner was to feature
Carl Bongirno, vice president of
finance, and treasurer of Disney
World, who was to speak on
Financing for Fun."
St it it
Leonard Platt, stock broker
with H. Hentz & Co., will be
installed president of the 100
Club of Dade County on Jan-
uary- 21 at the Kden Roc Hotel.
Other officers being installed
are: Warren Katz. Gene Troop,
Sol Alexander, William Blatt.
Charles Hertzoff. Richard Gur-
ion. AI Ostrofsky and Harvey
Goldstein.
it ir it
Oral cancer detection exam-
inations s|)onsored by the Miami
Beach DentaJ Society are sched-
uled for Tuesday. Wednesday,
Thursday, February 6. 7, 8, at
the South Shore Community
Center. 833 6th St., Miami
Beach, from 9-12 a.m., and
1-4 p.m.
ir it it
Jaeh Woody, Sui>e:-intendent
of the Miami Beach Recreation
Division, announces the addition
of a new class in Show-Card and
Poster Lettering to be offered
every Friday afternoon at 2:30
p.m., starting Jan. 26, at the
South Shore Community Center.
Course instructor will be
Bernard Maslam.
ir it ir
The Program Club of Miami,
composed of some hundred busi-
ness firms throughout Dade
County, will s|x>nsor its Third
Annual Mini-Mart, March 15th.
at Bayfront Park Auditorium.
The exposition will feature 75
exh:bits of member's wares.
ir i? it
Sen. George Firestone was
elected to the board of directors
of Voters, Inc.. this week, ac-
t< niing to Harry Levy, president
and chairman of the board.
it it ir
James M. Kronengold has been
named vice president and gen-
eral manager of George Kronen-
gold Travel Service. Inc. He
joins his father's agency after
nine years as manager of Ing
Island offices for Liberty Travel
Mr. Weintraub has been active
in many civic, community and
educational organizations. He is a
member and former director of the
Crime Commission of Greater,
I Miami, a director of the Miami
' Heart Institute and a past director
of the United Fund of Greater
! Miami.
He is a member of the Opera
Guild of Greater Miami, the Ad-
visory Hoard of the Salvation
Army, and a past trustee of
Temple Israel of Greater Miami.
Chairman of the Awards Com-
mittee is .Maurice Ferre, president
til Maule Industries and Ferre
Florida Corporation.
Mr. Ferre received an NCCJ
Silver Medallion Award in 19*>S
.inI was the NCCJ dinner chair-
man in 1971. He was a member
ol the Miami City Commission
im 1967 to 1970, a past trustee
of the United Fund and a former
director of the EOPI.
Proceeds of the Brotherhood
Dinner are the principal source
of. revenue for the Florida NCCJ
program.
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B'nai Zion Sets
Thurs. Meeting
B'nai Zion of Miami B< ich has
siated ;i regular meeting for
Thursday, Jan, 25, al s p.m. In the
Washington Federal auditorium,
1234 Washington Ave,
Guest speaker will l>e Harriet
Cohen who serves as president of
the American Zionist Federation
and of the Florida Section of
Pioneer Women.
Joseph and Eve Cohen will host
the evening in honor of their wed-
ding anniversary. Presidi nt of the
crganizatioin i.< Samuel A. Reisi
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mr->! and the rab-
binical
Rabbi Solomon I. Birnbauni.
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Liver Sausag*. Tonque,
Knockvursi and Frank-
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Friday, January 19. 1973
+Jewis> Ikridfaur
Page 5-B
New JWV Aux. Instituted,
Groups Continue Services
Mrs. Lillian Schoen, president
of the Jewish War Veterans
Auxiliary, Department ol Florida,
v I reside at a council ol a 1-
ministration on Jan. 28. a.m.
;:1 the Washington Federal, 633
NE L67 St.
The south Dade Ladles Auxil-
iary 778 was instituted recently
at a supper m< i ting at the Black
Angus.
Mrs, Schoen conducted the in-
stitution, assisted by senior vice
president Shirley Tragash, junior
vice pres dent Evelyn Ferdie,
Chaplain Belle SwarU and or-
ganizer Zelda Glass Weinstein.
Mrs, Ix?i' Eisenman Is the pres-
i lent.
The following activities will be
assumed by local auxiliaries this
coming wet k:
Norm.in Bruce Brown 174: On
Saturday, Francis Bitterman and
Claire Greenwald will service the
portable telephone for patients at
the Veterans Hospital. On Tues-
day, Pearl Weinstein will help in
the laboratory, on Wednesday Ann
Beder will volunteer in the Phar-
maceutical Department, and Rose
Bennet will work in the Patients'
Library on Thursday. On Tuesday
evening president Seema Lefko-
witz will hold a board meeting.
Robert K. Franzblau 177: Mrs.
M i Moskovitz, a ixiliary pres-
i ent, will | resi le I a regular
1 eetii at
1 pie Is l
West Miami .'.'.: in Tu< la
; Friday, I< snital Chairman
J i Bar tic 11 lh .-
! ind tits al tlu'
\
Murray Solomon 843: On Mon-
(' the tel art
I hospi a l.ip-
t and on Tm
: tin al rrick
S ; m.
Miami Beach 880: I irday,
I: ilrman Minnie Hopen,
w tit auxi lary president Bessie
(. : er, VI e Waldi tan and ol
\ nteei w I I ran e |i ty
for 4th 12th floor patients at
t.. Veteran: Hi
I .xir Freedoms 102: Tues lay,
Auxiliary Pn nt Ra
v.....issist .-; tl V< ins H
I i
North Shore 67" i la} i los
I :- !hi .i in Sara Youi
volunteei ilia Linsej ind Rut
St irk will servii e I the
Ve ins Hospita
I riess et ins I1' eslied ovet
; U nt Whit-
i*j"i ,
man. will !* held at the Jefferson
National Hank on Arthur Godfrey
Rd
Hlaleah-Mlaml Springs 881: Will
service the portable telephone for
patients at.the Veterans Hospital
(in Sunday. Rae EhrUsh is hospital
(hairman.
Abe Horowitz 082: Will service
tel,cart at the Veterans Hospital
on Friday and Wednesday eve-
ning. Auxiliary President' Belle
Horowitz will preside at a busi-
ness meeting on Thursday. Jan.
25, at 15947 NE 19th PI.
Points East fif.S: Will hold a
donor luncheon on Monday al the
Bal Moral Hotel. Vera Kreikcr is
auxiliary president.
Harry II. Cohen 723: On Sunday.
Lillian Kevoe, chairman, will hold
a weekly games party between j
1 and .'{ p.m. for patients at the
Hebrew Home for the Aged at 320
Collins Ave.
Colonel David Marcus 74G: Will ]
hold a birthday party for children
Ct Sunland Training Center on '
Sunday. Hetty Ott is chairman. I
Esther Winston, hospital chairman.
and volunteers "ill service telecart
, t the Veterans Hospital.
Members of Jewish War Veterans last week
staged protest demonstrations against what
they termed Japan Air Lines' participation
in the Arab economic boycott of Israel,
marching in front of JAL's downtown Miami
office. Pictured (left to right) are Ainslee
Ferdie, national judge advocate Leo Slach-
ter, member of national executive commit-
tee Arthur Sherry of Hollywood, state chief
of staff; Herbert Gopman, state commander;
M. Jay Berliner, senior vice commander and
Ted Tittman of Miramar, major of color
guard.
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+Jewlst> fhridiTir
Friday, January 19, 1973
\ Programs For Teens,
\oung Singles, Parents
A Get Acquainted Dance" will
held 0> the Social Singles ol tbe
kCaVaj Men's and Young Women's
HH>rew Association on Saturday
rm 9 to 1 a.m. in the Y*S ball-
ittom.
The Young singles of the "Y"
v-ill have a "night of fun" on Sal-
>11 lay at Dania Jai Alai. Reser-
vations are required.
1 'n Mondax at 8 p.m.. the group
till hold a busineea meeting at the
j-ust Baptist Church oi OJus.
.
\ 'Human Awareness Retreat"
l"i young iKMipu- is being offered
i> the Y. in conjunction \*ith
t-' ncsis House at Hugh Taylor
t 1 ii State Park from Jan. 38 to
-' ior High School students and
tUegf freshman are eligible to
IV nd.
Subjects included in the sessions
ill U' yoga, an communication.
encounter, facial and head mas-
srtgc, leavtuueiU and ffcsory
awareness and an experimental
film study. Books discussed w ill l>e
"The Little Princess" and "Jona-
ihon Livingston Seagull."
Fee for participation in the
three day, two night "retreat" In-
cludes transportation to campsite,
most food and lodging.
Brochures describing the pro-
gram are available at the "Y"
Teen Department, Harreen Ber-
tisch.
An open house Parent's Day tor
parents of children participating
in the Y.MHA. Kenwood and ("oral
Reef extension programs will take
place Sunday from 2-4:30 p.m. at
the Voung Men's and Young
Women's Hebrew Association cen-
tral branch at 8500 SW 8th St.
Examples of the children's work
and presentation of performances
by the children from each of the
three area extension programs will
be offered.
\<)7\ Racing At ,.
Hialeah Park 't|
Opening Jan. 17
Hialeah Park, considered one of
the most beautiful race courses.
ei>ens its 1973 season on Jan 17
and runs through March 3.
A total of IS stake races are
scheduled, totaling $750,000 in
ndded money. Five of 18 will be
tun during the first 10 days of
the 40-day meeting
The stakes program will be
highlighted by Hialeah's tradi-
tional three 8100.000-added events:
the Widener, a handicap to be
contested on February 17 at a mile
and a quarter; the Hialeah Turf
Cup. slated tor February 24 at a
mile and a half on the grass; and
tin' prestigious Flamingo, to W
run over a mile and an eighth on
closing day, March 3. The Flam-
ingo is the first major test for
the nation's top 3-year-olds in
1973.
Daily double wagering will be
conducted on the first two races
if the program, and perfects
wagering will offered on the
fifth, seventh and tenth races
JNF Council Sots Sunday Tag Day
The annual Tag Day drive o*
the Jewish National Fund Count*
,.: Greater Miami will be held on
S inday. Hundreds of volunteer*
will participate throughout the
nllv Marks. May Bockman, Sylvia
huhel. Malka Shklair. Leulob
Davis (chairmanl, Clara Burst, in,
Miriam Press. Lillian Ski,,u
Charlotte Fisher, Sadie Hartman
' nlted States and other countries Velma Soos, Toby Schachter and
I pah Warren.
Also present at the luncheon
v en Jaj Dertner, JNF pre*
and Judge Zev W. Kogan. JNF
$100 or over." last year, include president, Southern Region
Members of the committee whe
were honoreil at a luncheon last
week "for then- efforts in raising
WED. JAN. 24 thru TUES. JAN. 30
MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION HALL
River Reach Condominium Sales Soar
There's a strong streak of Space
. Robinson Crusoe in today's
ndominium buyer,
Thai's the reixirt from develop-
i- o; Koii Lauderdale's River
.. aeh, lush island condominium
state on the tanks oi New liner.
' The success story of I'.ivor
.e.ieii is proof that every one of
* d.-earns of escaping to his own
dand," says William J. Godfrey
Jr.. developer of the S'_'0 million
pi oject.
River Reach recently marked
the midway point in its three-
I l.ase development program with
the completion of a river front
building, a mid-rise building of
:i\e stories.
More than 50 per cent of the
apartments In the new building
have been sold with sales far I \-
teeding last year, Godfrey said.
Many of the Snage Age Robin-
son Crusoes already have moved
lii, with their yachts berthed at
River Reach's docks.
From its inception, the develop-
ers sought to create a unique BJ>-
: proach to condominium living, a
life-Style that has met with
record-breaking success in South
Florida at River Reach.
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' ..,,,,, .sorks; Hilda Zucker, folk singer.
corning ^Oneg Shabbos ol a |)f y. ,(ilsn ani, H(,hivu
nakl Club will ofta accompanied by Paul Van-
led literary and musical pro-
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Iteuven Eshkol To Organize
Young Judaea Activities
JWY Auxiliary Socials
Honor Officers, Board
Thp Harry U. Cohen Surfside-
]'..% Harbor Auxiliary 723, Jewish
Veterans, Is honoring Mrs
M s Mi \u. li !.. VVelsberg,
i hail an ol the Ha lassah Zionist
\m:th "in ol c,i eater
Miami, announces the arrival in
Miami euven Kshkol Mi
Shalia. I, i,, I!.,
1 in Miami and
i. i was born In
He "..i- 'ni
U|> I J .-,,,", .1
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fi 11 i.Ji ii-liix>i. Ret von r
... I- Defense Force
l!i! in the 194H War ol
nd< tu antl > i.- tied in
l-attie
A! <; ii.ii I', 'uven
nun e to 'J I A\\\ and --t idled in
- imar foi unrierprivile
- i -1 ,in the X inlvensitj
ol T A'. Iv*s !I ii >- ir foi
i \t i ilar education in the
.ii li'MU'ii studii d
irhl .i i les,
I-1 i a fi eai n Reuven worked
.< .1 ho I toachor in the Tel Aviv
[Hivi'it\ neighborhood of Hatikvah.
Re n taught "' ai twnrk and
fashion course in the Tel A\ \
Popi.Uu I'niversitj and is also an
Animal* Featured
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January 21 lo 30
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Friday, famurr ttj 1873
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"Twelve is our limit!" declare Rabbi and Mrs. Stanley B.
Weiss, proud parents of their 10th child Leah, bom Friday
at Mount Sinai Medical Center. "We're convinced it's
cheaper by the dozen," says Mrs. Weiss, "especially since
our doctor promises to deliver our 12th child for free." All
10 Weiss children weTe delivered at Mount Sinai. Leah's
brothers and sisters are Mordecai, 13, Esta Rachell, 12.
Yitzchok Isac, 11, Shimshon, 10, Yosef, 9, Avrahum, 8,
Yehoshuva Arya, 5, David, 2, and Menachem Mendle, 1.
Rabbi Weiss is principal of Yeshiva Day School and assist-
ant rabbi of Beth Israel Congregation.
CM) BEC0H1E H
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of the HISTRDRUT
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"/ enthusiastically endorse the
Histadrut housing and mortgage
program, which will provide $50
million in new housing for Israeli
veterans and young married cou-
ples. I wish to be among those
who will champion immediate ef-
forts for providing adequate
housing and other benefits for
the gallant men and women who
served in the Defense Forces of
hrael" GENERAL
YITZHAK RABIN,
Ambassador of Israel
For information:
ISRAEL HISTADRUT
FOUNDATION
SUITE 389. 420 LINCOLN ROAD BLDG.
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA 33139
TELEPHONE: (305) 531 8702
Mrs. Else Ronem. a leader in
Jewish causes, will bo honored
vith the Woman of Valor Award
| M the International Premiere of
the 1973 Israel Bond Fashion
, Show and Luneheon on Feb. 8 at
, the Fontainehleau Hotel.
Announcement of the award
! was made by Mrs. Jan Peeroe.
I national chairman of the Women's
I Division of State of Israel Bonds.
Mrs. Ronem resides in Chicago
as well as Miami Beach and is
known in both communities as
founder, with her husband Adolf
Bonem, of the Self-Help Home for
the Acod in Chicago, as a board
member of the Histadrut to which
| she has contributed the Else
I Bonem Medical Center in Ramie.
I Israel, and the (/""ctronics depart-
ment in the Ramie Trade School.
A member of Temple Beth
Sholom, Hadassah. Douglas Gar-
: dens Home for the Aged, and the
1 American Jewish Congress, she
served her community throughout
World War II as an ambulance
driver for the American Red Cross.
|
i In July 1970. on her fifth trip
to Israel. Mrs. Bonem dedicated a
' 72-bed Btudenl hostel at the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem's
Levy Eshkol Faculty of Agricul-
' in R '> She is active in
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in pi nearly
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With ISABEL GROVE
One surprise party is quite
enough for any person to handle.
But double lurprtsei were in store
lor Carols n I.anrn. She hafl U\r
une\i 'tel parties. And both on
: 1 daj
Her mother, Zeoa Weinkle,
ss for the first, .1
Iun 0 ol Carolyn b friends at-
tended the ,i [1 ided ai
lh< ;uests v ere Libl y Galbut, Flo
Rabbins, Ellen Osman, Stephanie
Osman, Lorraine Kurland, 4nlta
\ .n.it. and Vatalle Cohen. The
nlj men present at this one were
I < olj n's husband >!-rriii and her
fatlu r Jerry.
And Carolyn soon gave up trying.
' hide her age. It was no secret,
since a!' the gifts sh.' received
were in some way connected with
:,i: age 30.
Tht s- cond part.' of the day was
t:\rn by her husband at the Ken-
. town Tennis Club. Included in
the bO person guest list were
Or. and Mr*. Howard I.evine.
Irwin and Juliette Be*-r, Mr. and
Mrs. Ken Orkin. Mr. and Mrs.
U offrev Pines and KM her Ke>s|er.
ii
Rahtri and Mm. Jonah L. < apian
ha\e just returned from attending
the circumcision ol the grandson
bom to their children Ruhhi and
Mm. shJono < 'anlan in Toronto,
Can. This was the first child horn
10 the young rabbi ami his wife
.'.abbi c'apian is spiritual leader
ol Sky Lake Synagogue.
tv i a
Sheila (ohn and Chairman
Morris Broad of Miami Beach are
eager to locate members of the
Miami Beach Senior High School
Class of "53. Object a 20th class
r union.
v*r
Herbert 1. Korn of Newton |
Centre, Mass., has i. en named
I .1 lie Relations Associate at the
( ombined Jew Ish Philanthi i les >l
( eatei B st >i Mi Kn n 12, is
soi ol Mi ml Mrs. Lewis
horn "t Wa R
Hope High School in Providence.
nd Boston University's School of
! lie Communications. He also
ite work at Boston Uni-
s directoi
'i the New Bureau.
New bers of Kings Bay
i reti .. I "lul n
Vlhert and -loan BenhuM an I chil-
and Steven; Law-
ii n. aroj Jane Cohen and c..... i
liarvi .
I-anna !'. in and i hil In n Mat-
thew and Steven; Herbert and
liiori.i Kaatner and children Gay
nd Barbara; frank and Linda
Vusobaumj Norton and Teddle
Segal and children Douglas, Tam-
my, Wendy, Patty, David and
Scott; and Bernard ami Beverlj
Weksler and children Ronni and
Maria.
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Pioneer Women I nits
Mark Tu B'Shevat
Kilat Chapter of Pioneer Women
uill hold its next regular meeting
on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., at the
Washington Federal, 1234 Wash-
ington Ave. The program for the
evening will feature a "Tu
B'Shevat" celebration and the
showing of an Israeli film.
Sounds of Israel." Mrs. Veda
Gruber, chapter president, will
. onduct the meeting.
Gold Melr Chapter will hold next
regular meeting on Wednesday at
12:30 p.m.. at the Washington Fcd-
eial. 1234 Washington Ave. The
guest speaker will be Rivka Wall,
who will speak on "The Meaning
of Tu B'Shevat." Mrs. Katherine
Uppman, chapter president, will
preside.
Nutritionist Speaks
Chris Larsen of the National
Food ('enter will addi ess ;i
jng ol the South Dado Chapter,
American ORT, on Tues-
.: 10 a.m. m Dade Fi
SI an l So, I lixiei Hwy
Randee Feldman,
Laurance Saffer
Exchange Vows
Randee Kllen. the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Feldman. 1630
SW 98th Ct., and I-wenee Stuart,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard |
Saffer. 5915 SW 94th Ave.. ex- |
changed their marriage vows at j
noon Sunday, Dec. 24, in a ci i
v conducted by Rabbi Ra
Glixman in the Algiers Hotel.
couple was feted at a ivceftion in '
the hotel immediately afterwards.
Both the bi ide and I Ide .....
have attended the l- of
Florida and are finishing their
ation at Floi ida Inlernatonal
Universitj
The m m Mi s, Saffer seta ted
an Alencon lace gown for her wed-
and carried a bridal arrange-
' H nt of whir, roses and orchids.
I SI..- was attended by Maiylyn
Meyers, maid ol honor. Tracy
Davidson, Terry Loigman and
Ki>ren Feldman, bridesmaids, and
f.. she Feldman, I lower girl.
Mark Saffer served the bride-
groom, as best man; Mark F.ld-
; man, Scott Feldman, Alan Saffer
and Barry Savage ushered.
j Mr. and Mrs. Saffer postponed
their honeymoon and are now at
| home at 9555 Coral Way.
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A Valentine dinner dance on
Saturday. Feb. 10, will be the
"Mall of the Year" for the Sun-
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ican ORT.
To be held at the Playboy Plaza,
the gala will feature Bill Victor
and his Society Orchestra, Victor
Singer and his group of singers,
and Tony Ross, a protegee of
Jackie Gleason's.
Louise Cohen is chapter pres-
ident.
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Now it's easy to buy a 2 or 3 bedroom
condominium in "the Park" And live the
easy life Beautiful lake and golf course
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James L. Scnbner has
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bringing relief to thou-
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Mr. Scrihner made the
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had undergone back
surgery twice and was
chtduled for surgery for
the third time. After she
had slept on the heat board
for only seven days, it was
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Friday, January 19, 1973
Histadrut Women Schedule
Annual Scholarship Lunch
Hari Jol i T( |>Je Fttnd Luncheon of th< Marsha
I
iker a
Sholqi wil be the e stMTV>lfsti in Chapter of the Women's
V I
it the an
riW3 luSflhoish!P' Co*fMlWntadrut Jan. 31 8t I i
iiti'ii Rot Hotel.
Mrs. Phil Sahi. presldenl of the
women's unit of the Israel His
; i liiii Council of SouUt Florida,
named Mrs. Herman Weinstein
chairman of the luncheon, Mrs,
.- lot i is Hi'. .-.; and Susan Y< k
ippointcd reser\-ations chair-
men.
Client) Streidel, | Inter-
national vocalist, will be the
ntertainer, Mrs. Sah] said the
uxanizntion lias pledged i" i i -
s;5.000 this year i' lh scholarship
und of Histadrut in Israel,
RABBI HARRY WIT
Th<> Histadrut operates n nation-
wide network of vocational and
\ chnical hi rh schools in [si tel
including the Greatei .Miami Amal
S< hoo] in Ramie.
Rabl i Jolt, who moved here
fter a lengthy tenure in Lincoln,
Neb., was an outstanding leader
or Israeli causes during his servici
n the Midwest.
MB Hadassah Groups
Plan Varied Programs
Miami Bench < hupter of lladas-
ft.lll (.. Jill iiys
i i :
i>; !;ji i .rl.i r gl DU|I M il
I'llWin
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fthi
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1 at 12
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Sadie Ncleber wil
Hit.-i uroii|i will
' in lers Daj wii!i a luru In on al
...ic ilotej on V.
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> ill ,bo An Afti i no. n at the
the fi Metro-
iv tx
Shecky Greene at Deauville
With Shirley Bassey
:. an i
[> .ille Stai
Jan is
Showtime will Ik' Mondaj
through Thursday, Sunday, Jan
18, 21-25 8 30 p.m.; Friday and
lay Jan 19, 20, 26 27 7 and
in.
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FOR THE HARD-TO-FIT YOUNG FIGURE
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Mialcah Wooing
Senior Citizens
And The Ladies
Concessions are bMi -'pride fo
' i age and beauty at the Hia-
li ah meeting t!ij.s v< inter,
i
Under a now policy, senior
i i' izens il! be b In i' I I to the
ek for only a tax and sei
I ai -o of 30 cents every Tuesday
of the meeting, and every Thurs-
" ill c set aside for the ladies,
n with only a tax and service
i liargi ol 50 cents to bi aid at the
e
To help woo thi ish on
lio\< v\ i!i bo i:i\, n ui Thuisdays
in but the pantl ami and thi
HI.-!".
Both T.adies Day and Si
Citizens Day arc new policies in-
Ira lu< i I iliis year bj HI ileah in
.,n attempt to attract new fans n>
Florida racing,
'Child's Play' Opens Here
"Child's Play." from the play b>
Robert Marasco, will open Friday
:.t Womctco's Byron and Coral
Way. Also on Friday, the Miami
and 27th Am Drive-In will have
.: double feature, "Ghetto Freaks'
ind "Quadroon." Held oxer for a
are "The Getaway" al
'arib. "L'p the Sandbox" at the
Patio and "Young Winston" at
lh< Twin II iDadcland).
Sislerh ood Holds
'/ tnuual Supper
Is
so lal hall.
' bii
Stuart
D Si hn it*

te "l live Ron nl Family
sis
nd Its Asso i .-..in with V
3rd Infantry Luncheon
1 n the So-
' Infant Di inon
ii
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Wonietco Continues Efforts
For Managua Relief Drive
\v, n riti r|risi s has an-
and cook ng utensils was a huge
ess,
Foi the past I I lays, all Wo-
ii i,d Theatn I avr la. n ise I as
for the '
nied In i He sti icken
res of A e ial chil-
i n's show v. eld ii 8 W tco
s thi ast Sat irdaj morn-
A total "t 11 tons w ted
, fo t~ ol the drive,
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Won* tco !": ntrcs will continue I
to act as drop-oft stations for |>er-
ns Inti sled In donating to the
Managua Relii' Fund. Canned
food and cooking utensils will b'
Joint AJCong. Meeting
The I aw Ise Wise, Golda Men
i nd Justine Chapters rowish Congress will meet at
Ti nijile Beth Sholem, on Thursday, i
Ian, -'"., at 12:30 p.m. The speaker
kill be Dr. Samuel Cohen, who is
on the st.ni ui National (ifficers
:nd Directoi of Membership and
ini/ation.
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Page 11-B
Vlpha Omega ^gg^a^^GXgga^
Dr. lack Mishkin. left, reqent of the Alpha Omega Dental
fraternity in Miami, and Mrs. Mishkin are shown in Jeru-
salem at a recent international convention of the organiza-
tion. They stand next to a bust of former Israeli Premier
David Ben-Gurion in Jerusalem's Diplomat Hotel.
Hillel School Men's Club
Elecis Siegel President
R
the 1
will
Mi :
[j |e Cn
Bldnick, principal of elpal of a day school
muni
in "a
it.. Day School
production <>f
New officers of the men's
! ill.' North Dacie school wore
nnnounced, headed by president
William Siegel. Mr. Si 'gel is a
past president of the Brandeia
! ndgc of B'nal B'rith.
Vice presidents elected include
living Cirulnick and Hen Genad.
[sadore Goldman will bo in charge
'ii membership, Morton Zamel was
elected secretary of the men's
club. Named as treasurer is Dr.
Arnold Sheir. Mrs. Sheir is presi-
dent nf the Women for Hillel
group.
More than to parson* signed up
for membership in the men's dun.
and charter enrollment still is
oi>eii. Mr. Siegel said. Further In-
tocmation may be secured at the
school. 21288 Blscaync Blvd..
North Miami Beach
Convenes In
Jerusalem
JERUSALEM Four hundroi
dentists from the United States
Canada and several European
countries participated in the R5th
annual convention "f the Alpha
Omega International Dental Fra-
ternit) held here.
This pilgrimage to Israel's cap-
ital was the first such convention
ever to lie held outside of North
America. A keynote speaker at the
convention was Dr. Louis A.
Saporito, newly-elected president
i i the lOO.OOO-strong American
Dental Association.
A major interest of the Coin' n-
tion was a spent in t!i > Hebrew
l niversil Hadassah S( hool ol
Dental Medicine, founded by Alpha
(smega fraternity.
Dr, Jack Mishkin. Regent of
District 11, ol 1190 NE 163rd Si.
North Miami Beach, was accom-
panied bv his wile, who is a mem-
in r of Hadassah.
Dr. Mishkin said. "I was verj
pleased to sec several Russian
migrant dentists at work in thi
dental school. Alpha Omega is
launching a major campaign to
raise funds for the retraining ol
Russian immigrants in Isarel."
Square Dunce Party
Temple Zamora Sisterhood has
elated a Square Dance Part) for
Saturday at 8:."W) p.m. at the
temple. Children as well as adults
,.i, welcome to the affair tor
v hich there will In? nominal
charpe. Refreshments will be
- ved,
*ABBI DOV BiONJCK
Season" Monda:
! vVi m sdaj at the Hal-
Jtwisl I enti :
plaj >>l the L950Vs a so
:, 27 .in! 28 at the
Dixie Pm : litorium.
Ral bi k will appear in the
rok I Max Plncus, a New York
i ,. Tha Hillel principal was
. in theatrical proriw tions n
i t ,i. N v where he was prin-
Hillel idds
Staff, Students
In 2ml Semester
i in Th irsday at 2 p.m.. the kin-
dertrarti n third, fourth and fifth
grades of the Hebrew Department
.i the llill.'l Day School was to
presi i t in original Tu B'Shevat
prngram with songs, dances and
plavlels. The PTA. under the di-
liction of Mrs. Harvey Baxter,
p esident, was to present the clul-
dien with symbolic fruit
on Fridaj at 10 a.m.. Rabbi
Victor Zwelling of Temp'e B'nal
i ihael will be guest speaker for
the < meg Shabbat pro-ram. and
will address the students on the
"Purshat Hashavua."
The Sclwol opened for the sec-
ond j, nest with additional new
,lt. h re i ing the enrollment
to itout ISO students.
New additi ns to the Hillel staff
I ... Katl > Rosengarten who
has been t aching nursery haii-
i I i will also I ich inl
He \ newcomer to e
, Ashbal, has also
I, ,.-i adde I I Hv Hcbri d part
nient. M i native ol
Israel. I I '' Shimoneh
i i Commi nil I;->.'
S. h irtlc : itlni in the
ti id at National Bro
Bee, b3 the Nat* nal
Coi ah Princil b
Ral i Inlck, P ln< ipal of
the Hillel las anno n
Camps Woheio, Comet And
Cornel Trails In Reunion
Camp Woheio, ('amp Comet and
rralls are holding a joint
rottninn at Greynolds Park, Rock
|ter. NK 22nd Ave. and lst'.th
St. on Sunday, Jan. 28 from 1 to
; p.m. A picnic,
v in bi ng togethi r i amp friend*
from th s area an I introduce an
ever-growing number of new
iampcrs.
Camp Woheio for (le. Is and its
hi other camp, Camp Comet for
Bnys a>e situated in the Blue
hidge Mountains uf Pennsylvania
i,. ar Waynesboro. Camp Woheio
was founded by Bertha Levy, a
Miami resident since 1926 who was
uctive In Jewish community activ
DR. LeROY DIAMOND
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Jew is* Her knar
Friday. January 19. 1973,
Bar Mitzvah
taBOORV i:\tiKi.
Gikory Alexander,
SLMAN
son dI Mi
;elrnaa. >\il _#..--
alled to the
Torah as a Bar
Mitz\.-ill "ii Sat-
urday, Jan. 20, at
l Skj Lake
Sy na|
; he celebrant
:- an eighth
| e stud
t h < Hebr e m
Academy, and
fc will be honored
M his parents
.ii ;i Kiddush fol-
I wing the serv-
Icps oi Sal irday and .'it a luncheon
on at thi n Hot
lay.
. gory is thi1 grandson of the
lati Uriah '/.. Engelman, noted
,1i a is'-, scholar in the field "f Jew-
i- i education. Among guests will
be his maternal grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Kleinberg, his
i and uncle Mr. and Mrs
Je oby, all of No. Miami Beach.
and his a ml and uncle Ml. and
.Mrs. Willis Sti im of Savyon,
srael.
-
IRA LANN
[ra Jay. sin of Mr. and Mr*.
I eon Lann, 10500 SW 51s1 S1 ,
a.II celebrate his Bar Mitzvah
early morning services at
cmi'ie Beth Tov on Jan. 20.
Ira is in the seventh grade at
Riviera Junior High School and
.lays the guitar.
Among guests will be his grand-
parents Mr. and Mis. Max Kesten
if Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs Lann, their daugh-
ii Evey and son David, will host
the neg Shabbat <>n Friday eve-
A Kiddush will follow the
Bar Mitzvah service and a recep-
tion in Ira's honor will ho held at
the Lann home on Saturday eve-
ning. The celebrant will also host
party for his friends
Tan Consultant Accounting Notary Public
4250 E. 4th Ave., Hioleah 11 in (ironyil and .(cssica T;ui,i\
Hume Cronvn.
Jessica Tandy
To Play Here
VII."
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1
the l

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e life ol
"
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II .,.
i a
S It is 189
ntin ei ty.
920 he iv holding orgi
I i housi and his son is start ng
ti take r. Pi 1 c.-le-
bi a w I'll an affair with his
I k" and the last act,
u-. '.! 1970, hi his iinii-
I future by act ing
human guii
i search lab i I
I: i i >nj n is i emei i
if film
e in "Li

il VJfred Hit
. Doubt." and Bettj Lipson Hilda Meyers, Sophie
'\it!ri!ion* Topic
Of Meeting For
Had as salt I isitors
The next meeting of the Hadas-
ah Center for Winter Residents
rill take place on Monday at the
I in >"a\ In JS and Loan A--n .
120 Lincoln Rd., come!- Alton Rd.
1'ic meeting will start at 1
preceded by a social hour with
i Ish and coffei For a nominal
beginnin | at 12:15 : .m.
. G is '
titian at the nd
i '
in Palestine in

kntioi f tl
national
Si Inej
Pittsbui gh,
od.
Mrs. : is tra.....
on i n rial I
I in the Stal : I' nre ylvi i
served as Pn tei n
nsylvania Region ol Hadassah
a national vice
I'M.-.dent.
ntz, a v.
lei lawyi .
speak i'ii thi tax ben
in tl Utati : !
lone v
ren I
ed natioi
"Mock Marriage'
Shown Sunday
\l \er Tamid
tei hoi 'd \\ ill pre-
Mo .. Mai i lage and
eshments
m Sunday at 7 p.m in the Main
, of Temple Ner Tamid.
ng in the show, writ-
t. n and direct d by Hen Avick
and Ml s I Sol lie < 'nhi'ii are:
Mrs. Fiances Asher, Miss Patti
A\ick. Mesdames Miriam Avick,
Belle Beeman, Marilyn Baum,
Selma Bl imen, Helen Berger, Ella
Chester, Anna Cohen. Millie Dorf-
Frank, Esthei Frueh-
; ter, Benny Glazer, Helen Glazier,
Sally Glatt. Frances Gordon, Ftae
ger, Esther Gli kman
nbei Green-
--man. Anna
ifman, Helen Kornit, Eva Kov-
l 'ma Levin. Reiva Li Ine,
Mr. Marvin and David Klein
Open House For
David Klein's
2nd Bar Mitzvah
David Klein, a winter resident
of Miami Reach for the past IS
yean, was honored with an "0|>on
House" luncheon given In his be-
half on Jan. 13. at the Kent Hotel.
The luncheon was hosted by
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Klein, the
honoree'a son and daughter-in-law.
who flew in for this occasion from
ester. X. Y.. to celebrate
their father's milestone birthday.
n of 20 guests invited bj
Mr Klem came along from New
-" dally for the e\i n(
is a well-known
in New Y. k and Sew Jei -
-i-y and i- a. tive in several Jewish
anima-
tions.
The affair wa
foi Mi. K Ii in's B3rd b th
lay i.-"c n B u -Mitz\ ah i. Ti i es
[srael w ere plant n his 1 noi
1 the ow ne s and lesl if the
'" ni Hot i Mr. and Mi s Man in
Klein inscribed their father's i
i I look ol .! w ish
htiona i md in Jerusalem.
Camps
'
In the tl M ItHMtl
\ I i*ni*
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All inclusive Camp Fee includes Round Trip Transportation and Baggage
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Total Plane and Bus Trip Is Four Hours.
Campers are 5-16 Camper Waiter &. CIT Programs Boys & Gtrls 16 and
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Dietary Laws Observed No Staff Gratuities.
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i'.i\\\ Service Unil Meets
\i \i meeting of the R
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Ji u i-ii ( i'. i; Sen ice Emploj -
ivill lx> held on Sunday at 1 p.m.
he U'ashin ;ti m Sa\ ings &
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FOR FURTHER INFORVATION CONTACT THE DIRECTORS
IN MIAMI AT 758-9454 or OUR MIAMI REPRESENTATIVE
Mrs. Jack iNanc>' D.iv j. 1104^ Paradclla Avtnue,
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Winter Office Directors
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Members of THE AMERICAN CAMPING ASSN.. &
ASSN. OF PRIVATE CAMPS
< OSS, lot
hi \
n "ii.
Ij i~ bes t n eml
as ;
lion on Bi
of "A
Jighl i-ard
i
I i'. i Ing i ord-
ln eakii -; al of all I
"My Fait Lad
Han
c ii South Flor-
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Grovi will conl
to lo so thro coming Sun-
das .Ian. 21.
Tickets are still available for
ii H-' performances but play-goers
i'!\
Also Rose Nash, Mae N-
Prichason, Peat I Rachles,
nie Ra hman, l la Raskin.
! lannah Randman, Pearl I
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Id, Kay Rubin,
Ion i; ib n, Bertha Rothstein
othy l...... Reba Si I
lartha Seifman, Minnie Seltzer
i Saloi
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ii. nne Schwam. l
I: e Wi
W'olland, Belle W< If, Edith '
Zabuaky, Hett.. /m-
. an.
v..u i. tor will i e Mrs. Henrietta
enl of i he Slstei hood
i Mrs I lai Iton Blake Ti :ki ts are
available at the Temple office.
Get-Acquainted
Picnic
\H
M\^
TO ATTEND OUjt?
SUNDAY January 28th
1 P.M.-4 P.M.
WlNt*
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Friday. January 19, 1973
+ *>i fkrAtian
Page 13-B
Louis Merwitzer, 84, Dies;
Headed Hebrew Academy
Louis Merwitzer, honorary life
/resident of the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy and a founder
I.oi is MERWITZER
I the South'a largest Hebrew day
passed away Wednesday
.mine. He was 84 Funeral s< ry-
es were soheduled for Thursday
2 i m. at the Riverside Men
. .. Chapel.
'Mr. Merwitzer was president of
the Hebrew Academy for nine
years and was guest "i honor at
24th annual scholarship dinner
. the school in 1971.
The Louia Merwitzer Meslvta
_:. School in Miami Beach, an
i affiliated school of the Hebrew
I Academy, is named in his honor.
; The administration building of the
I Academy is named in his name
and that of his late wife. Rebecca. I
Only last month, the Merwitzer I
Building of the Hebrew Academy,
which houses the junior high
School and high school for girls,
was named in honor of him and his .
family. He was an officer of Beth
Tfiiah Congregation Of Miami
Beach and a leader for State of'
Israel Bonds.
Mr. Merwitzer moved to Miami
Beach from Pittsburgh more than
3 years ago, and had a highly
successful career in construction
and real i stati 11. built syna
e In Pittsburgh in 1911, 1917
. nd 1923, the first during his
initial year in the construction
business In the Pennsylvania city,
Thi Miami Beach religious and
civic leader was active In scores
of organizations aiding Torah
J -:n and the Stati of Israel,
I Lit from hi retirement In 1957
i ntil he became sei iously ill last
i. worked daily in !>eliali ol
the Hebrew Academy,
Among the Instil itlons he sup-
ported generously are Boys Town
ol Jerusalem, the Minor Yeshiva,
ilu Ponoviezer Yeshiva, American
Red Magen David for Israel, the
Murachi Organization, Torah
rah and Yeshiva Torah
Vi daath and Mesivta,
He is survived by his son.
Charles, and daughter, Mrs. I. H.
(Florencei Abrams, five grand-
children and Id great grand-
i hildren.
Rabbi M.Klein
To Be Feted By
Tifereth Israel
Mario Offner. president of Tem-
ple Tifereth Israel. 6500 No. Miami
Ave.. has announced that a new
extended contract has been offered
to Rabbi Maurice Klein, the
temple's spiritual leader.
In the two years that Rabbi
Klein has served at Tifereth I
Israel, membership has more than
doubled.
A gala reception in honor of j
Rabbi Klein and his wife Sarah
\i planned for Saturday night.
March 31, at the Seville Hotel. ,
RABBI MAURICE KLEIN
LEGAL NOTICE
Civic Worker Evelyn Platoff Passes
Services for Mrs. Evelyn Platoff. Hadassah for many years, and had
a resident of Miami Beach for over b. en named "Woman of the Year
40 years, were held Wednesday by the Shaloma Chapter of Hadas-
She was a member of Temple
Beth sin.lom and its Sisterhood
board, the Federation of Jewish
Organizations, the Board of
Hebrew University. Jewish Na-
tional Fund, Israel Bonds and
Technion.
Mis. Platoff was the first re-
cipient ol the Henrietta Szold
Israel award.
The widow of Harry Platoff,
who was a pearl and diamond
buyer and dealer in Investments,
Mrs. Platoff has no survivors.
I IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-6304
in RE: Estate o(
STELLA M NOLAN,
1 I. ,', ,IM'I
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO M I PERSONS INTERESTED IN ,
THE EOTATE OF SAID DECEDENT
Y,.u are hereby notified thai a writ-
ten Instrument purporting to> Da ine
Let will and testament of Mid deced-
ent ha- been admitted to probati in
saiil ivurt. You are hereby conimuml-
;.,i within six calendar month! fro
the date of the flral ..ui.hation of
hi, ,,... to appear In id Court and
how cauae, if any you .-an. why the
:, ;.< Mid COUrt I" ailmnni,,: Mid
;V,!i to probate should not stand un-
reV"l""1FRANK R DOWLINO
Circuit Judtje. .t.
Pv MELBA C I'I> k
11, puty <"li rk
KURT WELLISCH
Attorney
167 Almeria Avenue
Coral ruble*. Florida SS1M
First publication ol thli
the l day Of January. 1878.
ivtirn HATorr
morning in the Riverside Alton
Kd Chapel. Mrs. Platoff. of 1435
West Ave.. died in Mount Sinai ;
Medical Center after a long illness. '
Originally from New York, Mrs. I
Platoff became associated with '
ft veial civic organizations when
she came to Miami Beach. She had .
served as treasurer and auditor I
Ol the Miami Beach Chapter of ,
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-1085
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IS RE:
The inarriace Of
j" 'UN u QILL, hueband
and
MADELEINE QILL wife
Ti' J< HN O fill.I.
7 .s..uili BChool Street
Ban Joaojuln, l.vdi
VOU^ARB HEREBY SOTTFIED
thai an a. tlon for Diaaolution i i Mar-
rlaKe lias been filed atrainHt you and
j,.ur written defense* any. to It
on AltTHrR 11 UPSOX, ESQ.. at-
torney for Petitioner, whoa* addreaa
In 1980 Bo Ocean Drive, Hallandale,
Florida SJ00. and file 'he original
with the clerk Of the abOV< Hyled
, ..urt on or before February 21, iv,3:
otherwise a default will be entered
amlnat you for the relief demanaen in
the complaint or petition.
Tin.- notice shall be published once
each week for four eonseeutlve weeKa
In THE JEWISH FLOKID1AN
WITNESS mv hand ami the seal
,,f said court at Miami. Florida on
this l'i'h day of January. IMS.
RICHARD P BRINKBR,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By U 8NEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
ARTHUR H L1PSON
Attorney for Petitioner
1/19-2S
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** Jen isti fhriaftdtr
Friday, January 19, 1973
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 73-705
NOTICE
v RE: PETITION ok
XLKX XNDEH O'NTK.
ro. JAMES ll SPEARS
r o Bhcnke
i" Pis in' nth Drive
I.,ixlinft. n. Ki ntucky 10303
You ai. notified ih:il Hie above-
in mi .1 Pi ii. r. A I BXAN DEU
' NTE hit .i Petll Ion in the
hove-styled rvurl for thi adoption
>f ih, mlnm child named In that Pell-
mcl ^ ii an ..niiii:inil.-il I., nerve
ha been ntln led pn ibnte In roi>! ur ivritti ilefei II
Court You .in herebj commanded inj in I El Lcef, Esq., 42fl Lln-
t> -i -i\ calendar nvmths from the id. Miami Reach. Florida
..f the first publication of thin 113* Petll......r" Attorney, on or be-
n. Uci to Appear In mid Court and 'in the 20 dn> ul February, 1973. nnfl
, causa, ii on; you ai whj the file thi nriKlnnl with Ihi Clerk ol
said Courl in admitting wild Court elthei befori service <"-
... in. i..11. should not stand un- Pctitionei Vttoi ej Immedlnteli
r, voki .1
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
No 72-6183
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE OF PROBATE
:K Km.ii,- of
p XMt'EL n tm.i.kv
.-.1-. .i
thb state of florida:
to m.i. person's interested
in the estate of said decbd-
Vou are herebj noi fled that :i writ-
I Inatfumi nt pu to be the
will and i of m Id rtt ced-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-72
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
LEGAL NOIK..
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY MVEN thai
the underabjned, desiring t" engage
in bualneas under the fictitious name
if SIN'SIIINK MOWER SERVICE at 'it RE Estate of
I'm Box 31tt. Florida in \ Fla In- ECOENE G SAl'TER
to register Bald name unit the m.....sed
I'li-t-k nf Hie circuit Court nf Dade To All Creditors and XII persons Hay.
'ounty, Florida "> "' Demand* u....... Bald
CLIFFORD Rl'SS Estate:
l 19-26 -' Vim an herebj I lifted Bnfl re-
. mil ed ...... de-
mands uhli h you- maj Inm
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS the i EftJENE 'I SAI TER
NAME LAW i. ...-.'I ll......' Dadi County. Plot
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN lii t to Ihi Circuit Judges Dadi Cout
hi undersigned, desiring to engagi In tnd f'l. I hi :l as
business under tli. fictitious name of provided in s> ,ti..n 7.:: Its, Florida
RCSS DEVELOPMENT COMPANY Statutes, in their offleci In tin County
ii P.O. Box 3163, Florida City, Plfl n- h>*u i Dad i ontv, Florida.
:.. register said name with nith n sis cnlendut mot Hi- frim Hie
LEGAL NOTICE
.: nwi xx p XRKER
cuil "out l Judgi
RICHARD P I RINKER Clerk
r.v XADINE H .TENNINOS
I >i-i>ui> '"i. i k
1 Mu in M i;-nsburB. Esci
K Porter, Levin* A
neys fot i
- u t
Florid* .
.ii tl
Janui
i 12-19-: ...
i in.i'
,.r,.,| ..- yog fol '
!i in.. -. Petit
XYITNESH m.v baud and ihi v,-:il nf
I .in ii m ami Florida, ilii 11
Janu -
RICH Mil' I' DRINKER
Cb rk '.t th. Circuit i "ourt
Bj !. SNEEDE.N
l'. nut' Clet k
ii uit Court gi i
t ".'' : r r>
the Clerk nf the Circuit Court ol ladi
County, Florida
CLIFFORD RCSS
1,19.21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\"t iTIt E IS H EltEH\ i!l\ EN that
iln undersigned, desli ng I M '
In i.u-in.-.- under the fictitious nanii
i mi, ,.f Hi. fit -t publl .hi.-n hi .if.
,r ih, snmi will hi barred
i.,,. ml. Fli Ida (III-* r da*
urn v, \ n i-iT.1
i:i.\\ \i:i> R vr'i'i'K
\. r\, .n in
Fli -i imlil i ion of t
dnj t .1 >
n .1 Toth
I \. un
H ti Servloci al I8H X Plnaa, Xulti B-J Pai Driyi
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
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: & i: SEAT COVERS 13
XI |a i t
.
- Coui Dadi i u !
F" Ida.
r a i" l n :
RAM" .- :ada
IN THE CIRCLIT COURT OF THE
VTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 72-25335
GENERAL JURISDICTION D.VISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVCIE
REAL PROPERTY
QUIET TITLE AND ORDER
OF PUBLICATION
i IAMES Si\ \
\. \ THEI.ESA SCOPA I
-
ril DI'VAL (' VMl'ING h.- wife,
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si i:
K MIAMI
a rin:. '>' I:
K1CAN \ VTH ixti.i :sn: \\. B
p.\\\
li MiE FEDER VI S \\ INUS AND
1 \\ \ K.-ii. ral
P '.. V ,'.!,.11.
Ml iRIUS i X I JEAN I--' '\.
: their
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Suite 121 I, M i.iini. Fla intend i- re
-i.i mild name Itlt Ihi l '1.11, i
Uit I '-111 I of I 1.1.1.- I "..|l )
nl.i
Joseph ii Romosa and
Mario i;.
I.i .! .' Kalish
ipplicanl
nl' III I '' -11:
in Fla
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2618
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
RK
ERN ESTl i PC KRTt i
\ il All IVn
It l>clt Said
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BBY NOTIFIED Hired |
f Mar '!.
- o pi Bin
U i
Miami SI on Fla
l :.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
C'V!L ACTION NO 73-1080
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISON
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
. IF
[I kYSI > U \MV\ CALDERi 'N
PEDl.t i i' \l DERON
... PEDRO I VLDEI
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i. lit
ur
iuy i :nrk p. -
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lylfd court Fi
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t you
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for fr>ut
THE JEV. IRH \'\.< IJIDl \-
V\ ITNES
:
1973
RICH VHl) I' BRI> .i '
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MAX 1' ENREL
I Ml S \V 17th \v. nue
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
IN PRGCATE
PROBATE DIVISION
No. "
NOTICE TO CREDITORS

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publl. al
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IN THE CIRCUIT COLRT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-87
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate .'( T
i Plct nick
Dec. .1-. 'I
To All Creditors and v Peraona llav-
inii i ':.i in- oi i mi nal Said

^. u art hi n i-\ and re-
ulrt-d lo !< i ainl de-
I w hit h you n r
In pstati > Ii \ i l- I .! -. .1
i .1. i 'ountj i t. ih.-
.mi Judge* of i : .1. i u ty. Probate
I ii\ b Ion, and file the i .lu1-1
ii ,i as pro* nl. .1 .
Florida Statuti b. in offices In
tl Count) i ourthousi Dade I'.-un-
:\ Florida, within sis dar months
-in ih. urn.- ,.f (In .,iii.ii ., i
rl in. barred
I '.ii. i ..' Miami i rid tin-- loth
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m .mil Ki ii i. : !
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Kl iRNRLI'M
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i i in. olr Road
Miami it. .i. Ii. FI i
1 12-1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE DIVISION
No. 72-f
J GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
II RE
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GENFDAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCLIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTS
CIVIU ACTION NO
PETIT'ON FOR ADOPTION
ord-r nf oul'lu Jt on
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADF COl MTV
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO
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i in your '>'. Ihli mmithi
same r-
: .unl Ded at Miami Florida, thl 11 day
Pli rfs I uan I P 1973
I file with -,,i,l Clerk I Ul HARRY n.wcii srwiitr
t.. iin i'..in- Xi Executr.r
llmi Kcrlbed by Law, Flrsl publication of this notice <-n
i up lh estate, right, 'helSdaj of_January,
in ..1 lien ui...... the *PARBER. ZEMBL, ROSK1N AND
described real uroperty, .lunn- HBILBRONNBR PA.

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IN THE CIRCUIT >. DC.E S COURT
IN -ND FOR
DADI: C .DA
IN PR-iHATE OIV.
653
NOTICE TO CREDITii.
ITit


NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME I
NOI I. HEREI : X-EN
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if the i lit Court if
un t I
PARK A I ,\,
Bj IIBRNARIi
itit;eii a
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE I

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R.XOIKI KM
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MYRON 11 HERMAN I
Att'irnej for Admlnlsti
I ivn, R|vd
M .un.. Florida
I
you
Hen i I not Judjrment by !>.-
i ii i shall be .-ui* r, .1 asalnat vou.
WITNESS my hand and seal at
Miami, li.nl.- County, Florida this :,
da\ <-f Jan.. It
RICHARD P DRINKER,
Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County.
Bj 11 J my
as 11, nun I, rk
(CIRCI'IT O II'RT SEAL)
M i mt R Berman, l; q,
Su
Att i in \ for Pel Itlonera
2123 Uis< avne Ulva.
h'lnrida
5"
l 12-19-21
Xltorneya fnr Executf.r
'"' X !'..-,-!,-. ,,. Buui, x,,,,|
Miami, i-'i-.i Ida r.sm
l l9-2
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
,m Tur INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THP
ELoEPvlN^S. JUDICIAL CIRC JlT
OF FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY.
<-cmcCdY!L actION NO. 73-717
IX RE: MARRIAGE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-186
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate -(
-tax-I i:y STEIN
Ii. .-I a-fd
I editors and Ml Pfcraone Hav. ttvc Al r,"v' v-
''nims -, Dwnands Aitaln.t Said '; an .!. rilfcRl*?..1! .fOTIFIIBD
THE MARR) \,;i: QF
' ARMBN GARCIA. Wit.,
i:';"^iv;.NI:''A "' -
ro. PEDRO OARCIA
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ll A D 1
i \ .ii.. -.- i: HA Ml IS
\ : Uttll
..I Iln-
das -i .i
.. xsp XR ll .M.urn. ii
rney for *i uti
i -oral W a> M ..mi
-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-6559
FRANK B DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE I: la.....t
111 RTI i.X i i ill \
I.......- .1
1 All Pi I'm.,. H
1 mi i mi 'nl- ARalnst Said
V'ou :,i. herebj notified and re-
train .1 in pn >. ui any claims nnd de-
hn li \..ii in ,v havi ..t.iniM
ihi estate of MiiTi.x i.iix ,t, .
I Inti of ii.ni,. I'ountv, Florida
' In i '.-iiiii\ JuilKes of I
and file Iln Kami In dupll. iti ami
notice JNOE8 fictitious
...... NAME .
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NOTICE UNDEtTriCTITIC
NAME LAW
i h I, a ill applj to the
' u i. i y Judiraa ol I lade
' j Florida, i il of said
iuiii y, \ 11 1-73
CENTRA I BANK AND
TRCRT f'O.MI-
- norina, ioi of said B>- Harvev 8 I
' Vice]
final ill-, h n i .i l-.\ i ;n.,r ..f thi v
; '',''; Firsi -I
Thla 13th day ol Novi n i 1972.
,__________ larvev S. !.nl,enr
Offleer
notice on
XX'ITNESS mi hand and "thi
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ii
rich xrd p brinker
li Clerk, i "ii i un i !ourt
1 lade 'ountj Florida
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOI ICE IS HEREBY lllVEN
' ......"--'-"i desiring l<
i:s
.i.aim: i ;i >hi in
i n
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICH -N*MEL*W
SIDNEY EFRONSON
All."
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Page 15-B
IEGAL NOTICE
[notice under fictitious
NAME LAW
|(.T. i: is HEREBY GIVEN that
, uim-'-innetl. desiring 10 enicnKe In
Hiw under ilif fictitious name of
lU'RR fOMPANY .11 SI 10 NW
|i Avenue, Miami, Pla Intend lu
said name with tit** i'ii-ik ..r
uit l'"un nf Dado County,
\\ d
IK "' A. fl'TTl i
l TTY < PBRTO
I IS PARUATI l
HKI MA I'AKI.ATu
l.\" A- FIUKDMAN
|. for BPpltl .mis
\ ': 16 :t.I Si
|Mi.'i Id Mill. Pla
1L' 8 I 5-12-19
UGAi NOTKt
notice of action
ccnstructice service
,no property)
tm= cimcuit court of the
Eleventh judicial circuit
of florida. in and for
dade county.
civil action no. 7?.?59r3
(pet-ion for dissolution
of marriage
I I'l: he Sinn ,.. .
|M: \ NTl >NK i ll/.M AN.
U 11*1.1A 'll'ZMAN'.
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Summit Avenue
\ i 'i i \. \i iv Jersey
IKK HKKKItv NOTIFIED
* i Dissolution .f vi.ui
I I.....ii filed iiihI ii'in-
n ti rourl and jrou are
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\si: i:si.> Hitorm i i Pi
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i FICTITIOUS
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ELEVENTH JUOICIAL flCUIT
-. I NO FOR DADE CO*. MTV.
FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION
Proi ite Nn 73-21 (Blantori
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72 24672
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE:
THE MARRIAGE OF
KUNA \V. I.KKAt'l*. WIFE
nnil
i:\iH.\lll. I.EKAt'H
in i: x'li.Mii. i ,EKACH
Resiilenee I'nknown
Vi n ARK HEKKIIY ICOTIFIEP
'Inn .in ni'lion i"i Dissolution .' \i.n-
i.ii;i- ha* liiiti filed again"! > -n nnd
\.u sre required in serv< u > of
mill written ilefenses, i:' nny, '" II on
HARVEY i' FRIEDMAN. KStj nt-
torne) for Petitioner, whose iiilrires*
- I_ i I,in, i.In Rnad Miami Item h,
ria nnil file the iiriainal with the
nf (hi hove st> ji'il i "in i "ii or
,lahuhi y II, :. otliei .1
n ill lie mi red ....un-i you
for the ii lief ilemamli il in the 1 om
niaini or petition
Tin.- 1 "ii' shall in- inihlishi 1 "i.....
eneh week for four rom-reutivi wwekn
11 THE n:u ISM I-'I.< 1:11 >I VN
WITNESS m\ hand nnd ihe seal of
'aid i-ourl .11 Miami, Florida "ii this
1.1 d.i \ of 1 leei mix 1
E. II I KATHERMAN,
A- Clerk, ir. ui' Court
I indi 1 'ounty, Florida
Ity I. SNEKDKN
v- 11. urn y Clerk
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ll.\i:vi:\ l> FKIKHMAN ESQ
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MIAMI III'.M II I'l.i'lllli \
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OF F, ORiriA IN AND FOR
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ACTIC rora nni""uTION
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5016
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Kstal
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PROdATE DIViSH N
PRORATE NO 7?-6041
J OVVYNN PARKER
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
.NO OROPFRTV'
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIFVENTH UID'CIAI. CIRCUIT
OF Fl ORIPA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 7? ~r~"l
ACTION FOR r.'SSOl L'TION
OF MARRIAGE
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 72-26293
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAC.E
IN RE; THE MARRIAGE OF
u II,1 IE JAMES CCTI.ER
and
MINETTE 1 I TI.Klt
1 TO: Miin-ii. Cutler
fResidence unknown 1
Y'H ARE HEREHY NtlTIFIED
thai in art inn for Dissolution ..f Mar-
riapte has l.. filed aipiinsl you ami
,.11 ail- required to nerve .1 ropy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
,!.n David E Stone, attorney fm I'etl-
ti......r, u hosi iiddress is ltd \ \\ I2ih
A1 .nn. Miami FI01 Ida, nnd file tin
, nil with the clerk ..f ihi nhova
1 styled rourl on or I" fnn- February
01! i'iv. !- .1 uefauli 1 i i" en
, 1. red iiniiiii 1 you for lh 1 llel tie'
in.mil. .1 in 'In "llllil.iinl I" !
This notice shall bn published nne<
.i.h week fm four nonsei-ulivii week?
, Iii THE JEWISH FI.OR1DIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said i-nurt at Miami, Florida on
iin- _- day "'' P......mi.. 1. 1972.
i: I*. I 1: VTHERMAN.
As Clerk. 'ir.uii Court
I Mule County. Florida
Ii) p COPEI.AND
a- 1 leput.v Clerk
(Cireull "Ui; S.iil 1
STI INK \- si ISTCHIN
I i.ii Id K Stone
In| N \\ I-Hi Ave Mllfmi, Fin
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1,.-,-12-19 .'.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-164
JOHN R BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE I'.-i.iti of
ItESSlE M IRFMA N
IIESS1E PASS COHEN
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCU11 COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORDIA
IN PROBATE DIVISION
No. 72 6190
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE Estate "f
n 'UN .1 EISNER.
I I. IIIM'll.
To All Creditors and All Paraomi Hav-
1 urn- "i Demands Aaalnsl Said
1 al
^'"ii .ui hereby notified ami re-
uulri 'l 1......-i-iii inn Linn- ami de-
mands which you may have aa-ainat
Ihi estate .( JOHN .1 EISNER de-
ceased late nf Dade County. Florida,
in the County Judires of Dadi i'i.ui ly.
and file the same In dunlicate nnd as
i" ni Ided 1 Si 1 1..... 7 :.; III. 11.....In
Statutes, in their offices in Ihi Coun-
" Courthousi in Daile County Flor-
ida, uithlif -i\ calendur month? from
Hi. lime "f the lii-i nulilli iition here-
in the Mime > ill be ban ed
Haled al Miami, Florida, ilu- 17
day of January, A. 11 I97S
ERIC VA N EISNER.
.1 k 11 KRIi \ EISNKK
v.- Kxecutor
Flrsi publication 11 this nutici on
the 19 dnv "f January 1973
TAIJANI IFF \ r.Alil'.i: KStJS
M i.'in \ for Kxecutor
4_'n Lincoln Road
.Miami Hi hi Ii. I'lnriil.i :::i ">
I l'i-.,, ; J..|
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DACE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-112
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
III RE: Estate .:
SYLVIA .1 Gi ILDHCSH
I ii-i'i-n-fil
T All reditors j I All Personl ll" -
nn: Claims "i lb-mauds Ak.iim.-i Said
1: late:
You an heceli) notified and re-
.iiiii. 1 to presi .!!> claims and de*
lllinnl- u In. Ii \ mi may havi IIM
the estate 1 I .- VI.VIA Gol I iHCSII
il.. eased late nl I in.I. Count.! Flor-
ida.to iin I'iniiii Juriircs nl Paile
'"imi \ and fill in- in ilui'
ami as prnvldeil In Sectloi Hi, I lot -
ill;, Statutes, In Ihi Ir the
1 '..nn;. 1 '"in ihousi in I inii- 1 'nn' 1 \.
Fliirlda. u I thin \ 1 alendiir mi Ihs
from the lime of the flrsi pu
hereof, "i the Mime '. ill he barred
Hated hi Ml 11 Florida th 1
Ins of January. AD : I
A I A l\ A 'Ii il I nil Sll
IIERliERT 11 i:"i nmsii
A- KxcrUtol
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 1$ day
..r Jnntian \ 11 1973
I'llll IP l-.l.nO.M
Alton M foi .-.'it.-
1121 1 'in S'atiminl Itnnli lllds
!. w .--I Flnelei SI
1 '19-2 Obituaries
COHEN
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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCLIT
O^ FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COLNTN
CM'IL ACTION NO 7
ACTION FOR PISS1' I TION
OF MARRIAGE

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IN AND FOR
DADE COl'NTV. f' ORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No 72-* 'i
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NOT'CE OF PRiRUE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
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