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The Jewish Floridian ( February 23, 1973 )

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Miami, Florida Friday, February 23, 1973
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Israelis Strike Into Lebanon;
Munich Terrorist Mauled
By Special Report
TEL AVIV Israeli com-
mandos struck deep into the
heart of Lebanon Wednesday.
mauling Arab terrorist bases at
which the men who took part
in the Munich and Lod massa-
cres trained last year.
Rabin 9s Mission
In Retrospect
Gen. Yitzhak Rabin's four years ambassador because he did not be-
as Israel's ambassador in Washing- lieve in more evasion than requir-
ton spans a period in which the e vague, largely rhetorical U.S. com- It is perhaps true that Gen.
mitment to the Jewish state was Rabin was less popular with Jews
transformed into a quasi-alliance. than Gentiles. American Jews tend
During Gen. Rabin's tenure. Is- to prefer an Israeli ambassador
rael received more American mill- who does not rock the boat, whoso
tary and economic aid than in the strong quality is speeches be
previous 20 years of Israel's his- they at the U.N. or at community
tory. Another accomplishment he functions- -and who defers to them
can be equally proud of is Presi- or at least seems to defer to
dent Nixon's pledge to defend Is- them on matters Involving Is-
rael from an imposed settlement, rael's requests from the United
Until 1969, Washington's support States,
of Israel was restrained by appre- No great speechmaker. even less
hensions over threats of retalia- of a Heimisch storyteller and a
tion against commercial and politi- total loss when it comes to jokes,
cal interests in Arab lands. It was Gon Rabin did however, earn a
during these past three years that reputation in U.S. officialdom as a
American diplomacy' sought to iso- man who talks sense and offers in-
late Its relationship with Arab cisive analysis.
states with the paradoxical re- "You always know exactly where
suit of improved relations with you stand with him," said one high
Arab states. American official who dealt with
This historic change reflects a him frequently these past years,
new interpretation of regional U.S. "We like to think of ourselves as
interests defined within a global running our foreign policy the way
tramework determined in the Gen- Rahin ran his embassy: on
White House, and then Implement- the ball, missing nothing." This is
ed in the Near East Affairs divi- how one veteran U.S. administra-
tion of the State Department pre- tor summed it up 'There is noth-
sided over by Joseph Sisco, a non- inK fals* or put-up about him," re-
Arabist. marked another key American pol-
With all due respects to the &"***'. "Rabin is tor real."
Nixon Doctrine and to Dr. Henry Gen. Rabin did not always
Kissinger's balance of power the- praise Nixon administration noli-
sis. some credit should be given to a -We have never had it so
Gen. Rabin's influence his in- good," was an oft-repeated public
sistence on what he calls practical remark of his only in 1972. He at-
matters and his focusing on direct tacked the 1969 iniative of Secre-
dealings with the White House. tary of State William Rogers
In Gen. Rabin. U.S. officialdom "J"* l\ .Isn"*s withdrawal
and public met the Sabra a di- from ?" **lt msubstantml parts of
rect. non-nonsense, down-to-earth """W* tomtory Wo *"
soldier, a typical product of the
new Hebrew civilization in the
Middle East. His predecessors
Eliahu Klath, Abba Etna and Av-
raham Harman were polished
diplomats rooted in European cul-
ture, talented phrase-makers, at a ceasefire and then a reopening
home in several cultures. <* th* Su Canal
If the essence of diplomacy is At this stage of U.S.-Israel re-
ambiguity and disguise, Gen. Rabin lations it seems to have paid off
is indeed "an undiplomat." as the to make use of Gen. Rabin s pref-
Washington Post suggested in an ce for thncrete and the
editorial urging his recall because clear-cut. and his talent for anal -
of exceeding "the traditional and <"* hard bargaining.
Military hnadqnarteiH hero
said eight Israelis were wounded,
bat that aO of the commando*
were successfully evacuated by
helicopter after a landing from
the sea northeant of TrtpoU
caught the Arabs by surprise.
Lebanese and terrorist sources
reported 12 to 18 persons killed
in the strike, but Israeli officials
said the death count among the
guerrillas was "in the dozens."
The strike by sea at facilities
used for training by the so-
called "Black September" move-
ment was executed flawlessly
only hours after Israel launched
her ftrvt super miaalle boat.
A champagne bottle that re-
sisted the efforts of Prime Min-
ister Golda Meir was shattered
by an Israeli navy man on his
second try. Considerable pub-
licity given to the Haifa debut
of the new class of warships
was believed associated with an
intensive effort to sell Israel-
made weaponry abroad.
West Germany Won't Aid Airlift
BONN (JTAI A foreign office spokesman ruled out Feb. 15
any possibility of West Germany helping to finance the Vienna-
Tel Aviv airlift for Soviet Jewish immigrants. In December. 1971.
the Israeli government appealed' to the Intergovernmental Commit-
tee for European Migration (ICEM) in Geneva for extra funds to
help finance the airlift. Many countries responded, especially the
United States, by providing extra funds over and above normal an-
nual contributions to ICEM.
The West German section of ICEM has been trying unsuccess-
fully to persuade the Bonn government to give more than its
annual two million DM general payment to ICEM. Because of the
increasing number of Jews leaving Russia ICEM kinds set aside for
the Vienna-Tel Aviv airlift have become inadequate. ICEM officials
in Bonn believe that the West German government has been shy
about providing specific contributions for fear of jeopardizing rela-
tions with the Arab states.
Goren Asks Matzohs For Soviets
JERUSALEM (JTAI-Acting in response to a plea from
Jewish political prisoners in the Soviet Union. Chief Rabbi Shlomo
Goren has cabled Soviet authorities urging them to supply Jewish
prisoners with matzohs for the Passover holiday and to permit them
to practice their religion freely in accordance with their conscience.
The Ashkenazic chief rabbi said that if he receives a favorable
response from the authorities he is prepared to send the Jewish
prisoners in Russia packages of matzohs and other Passover foods
sufficient for all their needs.
Rabbi Goren said he cabled the International Red Cross in
Geneva asking its intervention. He has also asked the chief rabbis
of Britain. France and Switzerland and the presidents of rabbinical
organizations in the United States to use their good offices to see
to it that Jewish prisoners in the USSR, are adequately supplied
for Passover.
BURD I N E
Cabinet decided to reject It.
He was sharply critiead often
on Kol Israel and before his im-
mediate superior Abba Eban an-
nounced his position of Amer-
ican moves designed to bring about
reasonable limits" of an ambassa-
dor by expressing preference for
an American presidential candi-
date.
In his contacts with the Ameri-
can press, public and officials. Gen.
Rabin was indeed remarkably out-
spoken.
His candor and plain language
were appreciated by Americans.
He was a popular and effective
A few
attacks on editorial pages and in
the Jewish community seem like
a negligible price to pay for his
candor and tougbrnindedness.
These are qualities that stood him
and Israel in good stead these past
four years, during which emerged
a special US.-Israel partnership
based less on Israel's accommo-
dation of the senior partner than
on the strength and integrity of
the junior partner.
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JERUSALEM IJTA)Louis Pincus, chairman of the World
Zionist Organization Executive, said this week that the causes for
the decline In aliyah from the Western nations, particularly the
United States, stemmed from objective conditions in those coun-
tries and in Israel.
Mr. Pincus spoke at the meeting of the Zionist General Council
(actions committee) where the reduced immigration from the
affluent West and the state of Jewish education in the diaspora
were major agenda items.
He attributed the decline in immigration from the U.S. to a
waning of emotional fervor among Jews as the Six-Day War re-
ceded into history and to the fact that America was "regaining its
social equilibrium."
On the other hand, he said, Israeli society was viewed as more
materialistic and less idealistic. He urged olhn to speak out against
faults tbey found in Israeli society and said if they did so "con-
structively, net carpingiy" they would be listened to.
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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
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February 23, 1973

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Libyan Airliner Downed Over Sinai, 70 Die
UNITED NATIONS.NY. Middle East tension mounted steadily Wednes-
day following the shooting down of a Libyan airliner by Israeli air force jets,
killing 70 of the 82 persons aboard.
The Libyan plane violated Israeli air space over the occupied Sinai
peninsula, and was knocked out by cannon fire. It burned on impact, and
Israeli troops pulled 13 persons from the wreckage.
The airplane came down approximately 15 miles east of the Suet Canal,
well within Israeli territory, Israeli planes fired warning shots after both
ground control and air signals failed to make the Libyan plane leave.
Israeli sources in Tel Aviv said there was no chance the Libyan plane
had strayed off course, and that it had deliberately flown over Israeli military
installations in the Sinai. Normally, Libyan and other Arab civilian craft give
the Israeli occupied Sinai wide berth in their flights across the Mediterranean
area.
The air action took place less than 12 hours after Israeli air,, land and sea
action had knocked seven Palestine guerrilla bases out of action deep insi'ia
Tripoli.
Libyan ambulances raced steadily to Tripoli with injured, but the number
of dead remained unknown as Palestinian officers turned back all newsmen,
including Lebanese, Arab and neutral journalists.
Angered Palestinians called the newsmen "spies," and said Israeli forcea
had struck deeply into Lebanon "because the Arab states have openly aban-
doned the Palestinian cause."
Lebanese officials here were preparing to ask the United Nations Security
Council for an emergency session, and Libyan diplomats began immediate
conferences with Arab and Communist bloc nations.
Libya, which has declared itself in a state of war with Israel since th
Six-Day War of June, 1967, has sent men and supplies to Egypt, but has not
actively engaged in military actions against Israel.
iJewislh f^Loridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH V/UKLY
Volume 46 Number 8
Miami. Florida Friday, February 23. 1973
Three Sections
Price 25 cent*
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What's happening here.,.
REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY
Community activities on behalf of the 1973 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund Campaign are beginning to outpace last
year's efforts efforts which made the 1972 campaign the m*st
successful in Federation's 34-year history.
Our campaign gool of $15 million is both realistic and notessory
in light of the massive immigration picture m Israel. In oddition, we
are committed to supporting 50 local, national and overseas benefici-
ary agencies so thev con better serve Jews in need wher-
ever they may be.
The 1971 campaign produced 90 Pacesetters, gifts of
$10,000 end over; which we felt was a poor snowing from
this, the fifth largest Jewish community in the United
States, last year's campaign, the most ceessful in Fede-
ration's 34-year history, produced 150 Pocetetter gits.
And our goal for 1973 is 250 Pacesetter gifts.
The cost of immigration and absorption of one Soviet
jew in Israel is SI 0,000 ... so in 1973 a Pocesetter gift
carries with it special meaning ... it guarantees a life of freedom ond
dignity in Israel for one Soviet Jew.
We recently had the opportunity to honor the community's Poce-
setters at oar Pacesetter Ball.
The importance of properly honoring and thanking those members
of this Jewish community who have demonstrated their commitment to
the qualitative survival of the Jewish people through their leadership
in-giving to our annual campaign is not to be denied But those of ns
who attended the Pacesetter Ball were witness to what I call a
'community in action.' In just one evening, over $3' j million was
pledged to the 1973 CJA-IEF Campaign ... $3 million; which again
underscores our absolute belief that our 1973 goal of $15 million is
not just a dream ... it is attainable.
Elderly Jews in need, young confused Jews lacking in direction,
Jews who live in conditions of fear and without freedom ... we hovt
pledged that there is a place in our dreams for them.
Our dreams for our people are filled with strength and hearth
and security and freedom from fear for oil Jews, wherevc/ they nviy
be.
And so, starting right here in Miami today to- words ore
'strength' and 'commitment.'
m 1973, the CJA-IEF Campaign projects 250 Pacesetters; only
strong community could make that projecticn. But our ultimate strength
lies in the fact that regardless of the siie of oer Individual gifts, the
Jewish community of Greater Miarr i is setting a pace in the scops of
its dreams.
With your help, no dream is an impossible dream for a Poce-
setter community.
STCPHAM MUSS
Associate General Choir man
1973 Combined Jewhh Appeal -
Itrael Emergencr 'end Campaign.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1973 Combined Jewish Appeal
and Israel Emergency Fund Campaign
Eban Discounts Visit
Of Egypt's 'Kissinger'
TEL AVIV (JTA) Foreign
Minister Abba Eban said that he-
did not attach much unportance
to the visit to Washington this
week of Hafez Ismail. President
Anwar Sadat's national security
advisor.
He dismissed speculation that
Mr. Ismail would try to forestall
further agreements between 1s-
rael and the United States.
Egypt has no say in mutual re-
lations between Israel and
America. Eban said1.
Tho foreign minister spoke
to reporters on his 'eturn from
a visit to Britain. He said the
assignment of Mr. Ismail, who
is known as "the Egyptian Kis-
singer," was to explain his coun-
try's position in various world
capitals and Washington is one
of them.
Israeli sources predicted that
the V.S. would make a serious
effort to get Egypt to renew
contacts with Israel for an in-
t.rini Suez Canal agreement but
they were convliHM-d that Wash-
ington does not jrtau to suggest
anything new or to impose any
solution on Israel.
Israel-Spain Relations Seen
Ending Diplomatic Impasse
WASHINGTON (JTA) A
definite break in the diplomatic
impasse between Spain and Is-
rael was seen here in the state-
ment by a leading Spanish jour-
nalist that the two countries es-
tablish "formal relations." For
political and e onomie reasons,
the Spanish government has re-
fused to have diplomatic rela-
tions with Israel Sipain has held
steadfastly to Arab positions In
the United Nation* and in the
international forums regarding
Middle East issues.
Jase Maria Annero. chairman
of the Spanish new-; agency.
Ettropa Pn-ss. said in a state-
ment published this wvek in
Madrid that Spain should stop
"ignoring" Israel. Armero. who
recently visited Israel, said that
the two countries have common
economic problems, particularly
regarding relations with the
European Economic Community.
According to a news dispat Jh
here reporting Armero's state-
ment, the Spanish journalist al-
so said that in his view no other
nation in the world was "as pie-
pared as Israel to receive Spain's
cultural message."
Spain imports approximately
$12 million worth of goods from
Israel, mainly crude oywr. and
exports to Israel a'nuit $4 mil-
lion worth of commodities, prin-
cipally processed products. About
9.000 Jews divide' almost evenly
between Sephar' m and Ashken-
azim live in Spain._______
AJCommittee Warns
Of 'Key' Overeaction
The American Jewish Com-
mittee has advised members of
its Miami chapter that letters
from one of the "Key '73" or-
ganizations sent to Jewish busi-
nessmen here are identical to
communications sent Christian
businessmen, the Jewish FTor-
Idian learned this week.
Dr. Charles R. Beber. presi-
dent of the AJC here, reported
that a umbcr of the chapter's
members have received letters
from a proup known as "Evan-
gelism Task Force Calling
our Continent to Christ." The
letter is signed by the Rev. Troy
L. Miller. Surfside Challenge.
Inc.. a rehabilitation center lo-
cated at 4900 NE 2nd Ave.
Rev. Miller reportedly told the
AJC office, the Floridlan learn-
ed, that no effort had been made
Continued on Page lt-A
A new round of diplomatic -
tivity aimed at breaking the Mid-
dle East deadlock took shape -a
Washington officialdom pre-
pared for the meeting betw.- r
Israeli Premier Gokta Meir and
President Nixon March 1.
Mr. Lsmail's visit was amines!
at the last minute, although 'li;>
lomatic circles say Cairo I. -
been putting out feelers for high
level contaet* with the I'.S. for
some time.
Some observers in Washing-
ton said Ismail's visit was an in-
dication that Egypt now recog-
nized that Washington is the -
c.il point >: in\ new moves >
end the Middle East impas'ie
rather 'nan Moscow.
The I'.S. is considered hf
/*ntin'id on Ps 2-A
Admiral
Warns Of
Pollution
TEL AVIV (JTAi An Ir-
raeii expert warned' this week
that tin' Mediterranean Sea and
especially its eastern shores wa#
more pollution-prone than any
('her ma.tor body of water In
the world and urg.d Israel tfl
take drastic ai-ti..r. to save i-i
fishing grounds and beache-.
Rear Admiral Yochai Bin
Nun, former commander of
the Israeli Navy and general
manager at the Israeli Ocean-
ography and I.inological Re-
search Co., charged that ther*?
were too many groups in Israel
(iealing with pollution problem*
without any coordination be-
tween them.
A corning to Bin Nun, th*
Mediterranean is becoming pol-
luted by industrial waste from
France and Italy. He said pol-
lutants from the North Atlantic
are entering the inland ser
throueh the Straits of Gibraltac
Westerry winds push the pol-
lutants towaid the eastern
shores where they accumulat<
because there is no outlet. h*
said.


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+Jewlst norkftoti
Friday. February 23. 1973
Mayshie Friedberg, 91 Years Young,
Federation's Own 'Secret Weapon9
Efforts, Lmasinatiou and
commitment ol 91-ycar-o!d
May? hie Friedberg have
taken on the proportions of
a ''secret weapon" for the
Greater Miami Jewish Fe -
oration's 1973 CJA-IEF cam-
paign.
Mr. Friedberg is a ra
lar figure on Miami Beach
a he urges residents lo
aontr 'it to the annual
CJA-IEF ca npa in Eng-
lish, Yiddish an I the R -
si tn ho learned in hia nat i
village
"We .u Federation are mors
than grateful for his effort .'*
Kerry AA. "Hap Levy, gen-
:] chairman, said.
' Mayshie has bei n per-
sonally responsible for rais-
ing hundiers of thousands
of dollars for charity,'' Mr.
Lev] idded.
Mr. Friedberg doesn'l view
li:s involvement as anything
out of the ordinary.
"When I was a small boy
in Russia I used to follow
my mother 84 she went doai -
to-door collecting the equiv-
alent of Bennies for ieoplr in
need," Mr. FriedberR said.
"I have very little pa-
tience with those people who
say they cant find the time
to help those less fortu-
nate," ho said.
"If I can find the tune, I
know other people can .
and they must. When yotJ
help the CJA-IKF campaign
you hi rp yourself. It's like
an insurance poljry for our
children and grandchildren,"
he added.
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An electrician by trade.
Mr. Frieribcrc: and his wife,
Rose, oatne from Baston to
sett'e in this area in the
4C-.
He is a member of the
board of governors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, i< active in Federa-
tions CJA-IEF Hotel Divi-
sion and was one of the
founders and past chairman
of the CJA-IEF Condomin-
ium Division. He returned
two months ago from a His-
tadrut mission to Israel.
In addition, he is a for-
mer chairman and has been
a trve in the Farband Labor
Zionist Alliance since 1951
and he chaired the Hotel
Division of the United Fund
for the past 10 years. He is
on the hoards of the Israel
Histadrut Council. Ameri-
can Friends of the Hebrew
University; the Jewish Na-
tional Fu"d and the Labor
Zionist Alliance.
A member of the Zionist
Organization of America.
B'nai B'rith and Technion.
he a'.so is active in the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, the
American Jewish Committee,
the American Jewish Con-
gress and the Central Agency
far Jewish Education, the
last four being Federation
beneficiaries.
Mr. Frieibo-T i also a
vo'unteer hosoita' viitor for
the Jewish National Fund,
Farband and Histadrut.
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The appointment ol Sidney J.
Goldstein, Chicago attorney, ai
chairman of the 44th annual con-
vention of the National Federation
of Jewish Men's Club, which ill
he held this year at the Diplomat
Hotel. Hollywood, ftom Sunday.
Maj 6, through Thin Bday, May 10.
was announced by Max M. Gold-
berg, president of the 375 club
organization. I. Murray Jacobs
ol Detroit, was named associate
convention chairman.
The convention, timed to co-
incide with exact date of the
founding of the State of Israel in
1948. will be dedicated to the ob-
seivance of Israel's 2f>th anniver-
sary, with the meeting on Monday
evening, May 7. devoted entirely
to the celebration.
The future of the North Amer-
ican Jewish community, closing
the communications cap with
youth, the inter-relationship of
Israel with the D.aspora and put-
ting of God into the daily life of
the American Jew will be among
he other specifics discussed by the
almost 1.000 delegates expected to
ettend the convention of tkw Mmi'i
'"tubs of conservative Judaism.
The convent urn will open with
a banquet Sunday evening, at
wh eh the principal speaker will be
Dr. Arthui Hertzberg, e rabbi
; Ti mple Emanu-EI, E
N. .!., who, as preside)
n rican Jewish Congi >ss
.....i U* executl of the
kVoi l.i Ztanii t Orgi nizatl i one
if the t";> i, adi rs in .
l.,. Dav id Sid) rsky, ;> .
osopl at Cn in bis ; i -,-,
be the gueat S[ oak
i torning, leading a panel lis issii m
; "The Future of t:-. North
American Jewish Con- with
i i ils on the Hole of '
is" Other highlight
. n ses by Rabbi .1
. i it lal a Ivii or ol i. Men's
Clubs and Max M. Goid'ierg, 'lie
il older.t.
Groundbreaking Ceremonies
Planned For Beach Facility
the $12 million "wraparound" ad-
ftion to the Miami Beach Oonvsn-
'.ion Hall, which will doable the
listing space, will be held Friday
beginning at 10:30 a.m.. il i site
behind the facility.
National, state, as well as
Miami Beach and other '.ic.il ciijr-
tiitaries will participate in the
event. The Miami Beach High
school band will provide musical
ntertainment.
Ceremony is the first step in
the culmination of four years of
ilanning by th<\ City of Miami
Beach, the Tourist De*.-HnTimpnt
Authority, the Chamber of Com-
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Kennedy Sees Peace Omen
In Egyptian Official's Visit
Pago 3-A
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Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass.,
said in Miami Beach Monday night
"the visit of a high ranking Egyp-
tian official to meet this week
With President Nixon might lie
the sta:i of a new dialogue, and
hopefully a demonstration on the
pan of Egypt that they recog-
nize th> ir destiny does not li" in
military force, but in negotia-
tions."
Speaking before .TOO members
of tli" Trust es of Israel, honor
organization o: State of Israel
Bon:! S< n. Kennedy a'led fc
continued American military and
economic support of the Jewish
state ai for American action to
en,: the suppression of Russian
.It M B.
Those present at the Fontaine-
bleaU II tel respond* tl With pur-
chase- uf ni'iri- than $3.7 million
in Israel Bonds for 1973 as plan*
move:! forward for the Inaugural
Conference Dinner Vhieh will wel-
come Prime .Minister (iolda Meir
here March 3.
Samuel Rothberg. general chair-
man of the worldwide Israel Bond-
organization, and Julian Venezkv.'
national chairman for regions, pre
sided at the ton-level session which
broueht tojteth >r American and
Canadian Jewish leaders fron.
across the continent.
Ben. Kennedy, v In .,- plmie de-
layed his arrival beyond the rock
?ail hour, walked around the room
from table to tii>ie, meeting gnestt
in a demonstration of the "Ken-
nedy style" of campaigning not
seen here in mail) years.
Hundreds of thousands of dol-
lars in Israel Bonds were ivr-
chased In tribute to the senior
senator from Massachusetts, ami
many announcements ware keyed i
to an obviouslv hoped-for presi-
dential candidacy on his part in
197;;.
Dr. Arzt Talk Closes
Coffee Series Sunday
Dr. Max Ar/t. vice chancellor
rf the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary ol America since 1951. will
speak on "Who is a Jew?" Sunday
morning at the concluding pro-
gram of Temple Kmanu-El's 1973
Coffee Forum series.
. The 10:15 Sunday coffee hour
w,ill he lollowed by Dr. Arzt's lec-
ture at 11 a.m., with Dr. Irving
I Synagogue Council of America,
moderating a question-und-answer
period.
Albert Davidson, chairman of
.the sera said record attendances
greeting earlier talks by Dr. Rob-
ert Gordk and Dr. Wolfe Keiman.
jund ..advance reservations foe
Dr. Ar/t '.- appearance indicate a
<-.p*K'iiy i udience in the Friedland
J'.allroum. Reservations may be
I also serves as Israel Goldstein
; Professor of Practical Theology at
\nr Rabbinical School ol the prin-
cipal educational institution of the
Conservative Movement.
A former national vice president
' of the Synagogue Council, Dr. Ar/t
| is a member of the translation
committee which is preparing the
Jewish Publication Society of
! America's completely revised Eng-
lish translation of the Holy
Scriptures.
He is a former national pres-
! ident ot the Rabbinical Assembly
I ol America, and was chairman of
| the Joint Pra>er Bouk Commission
tf the United Synagogue and the j
l:abbinical Assembly.
But Sen. Kennedy's speech wan
hard-hitting and avoided any do-
mestic political reference,. He
Voiced support for the Jackson
Amendment banning American
"favored nation" status for the
I .S.S.K, saying "I cannot believe
this administration or anv admin-
istration would give higei priority
to trade with the Soviet I nion
than it gives to safeguarding basic
human rights."
He said the United States must
provide the military support that
Israel needs t(, defend :iself in
rder "to persuade both the Soviet
Union and the Arab countries that
our commitment to Israel's free-
I torn is not negotiable."
Son. Kennedy said tl," Soviet
Union "must be convinced that the
1 noed States and its people are
firmly and determindedly com-
mitted to the future ol the state
i Israel."
He attacked the exit tax on edu-
cated Jews seeking to leave Soviet
| i.i.ssia as a "blot on the conscience
ol the world" urging all Americans
lo join in calling for "an end to
ilu unconscionable ransom being
demanded in Moscow today."
On the possibilities for |>eace in
the Middle East, Sim Kennedy ex-
iiiesseu me nope that the Soviet
i nion would follow up its removal
of military forces from Egypt with
pressure for direct negotiations
between Israel and the Arabs.
Mr. Rothberg presented the
Israel Freedom Award to Sen.
Kennedy citing him for his "friend-
ship and warm suppoit of Israel
as a symbol of mankind's struggle
for freedom, peace and brother-
hood."
Sen. Kennedy praised the Israel
Bond campaign for its historic role
in enabling- Israel to absorb 1.5
million immigrants during the past
Sen. Edward M. Kennedy is shown receiving the Israal Free-
dom Award from Sam Rothberg, general chairman of the
Israel Bonds Organization, at the Trustees of Israel dinner
held Monday nioht in preparation for the Inaugural Dinner
welcoming Prime Minister Golda Meir March 3.
Eban Discounts Visit
Of Egypt's "Kissinger6
Continued from rage i-A
Cairo to be the only power that
can exert any leverage on Is-
rael. Egypt, nevertheless has ap-
parently embarked on a new
global diplomatic offensive.
Israeli and State Department
officials are arranging a sp. ial
meeting in New York between
Secretary of State Wil'.iam P.
Rogers and Mrs. Meir before
she ends her week-long visit to
the US Mrs. Meir is -* > in Hv
United States Wednesday.
Secretary Rogers will be in j
Paris to attend the international |
conference on Vietnam. During
her stay in Washington, slv- wl'l
be the President's guest at Blair
House whkih is the oi.i.-ia: resi-
dence for visiting heads of state. '
According to protocol. Mrs.
Meir is a chief of government. J
not a head of state. The invita- i
tion to stay at Blair House is J
considered a special tribute to i
her by the President.
iade at t he Temple Kmanu-KI
offlrr.
The Seminary vice chancellor
Dr. Wikler Elected
To Beach Council
Podiatrist Simon Wikler won
i lection to the Miami Beach city
council Tuesday, with a turnout
of less than 22 per cent of the
registered voters fi'ling the \..-
rated seat of Jerome Greene.
Former Vice Mayor Joe Malek I
was earn ', polling 2,442 votes to
4.b23 for Dr. Wikler. Former con-
;. ble Mi rraj Meyersonwas third.
t!ailed '> Gabliei'.e Nash, Milton
Gordon, William Weiss, Dr. Morris
Zucker and Sid Rubin.
Voters passed six "t seven cap-
it;.! improvement tond issues.
with the fate ol i seventh to be
decided by less than UK) absentee
votes.
A i.700.000 bond issue to furnish
the Convention Hall wraparound
now under construction trailed by
2S votes, *not including absentees, i
Closing of numerous voting |
machines in several precincts more
than an hour before the (tolls
closed, a decision that a runoff
was not needed even '.hough Dr.
Wikler fa.led to obtain a majority j
of the votes and the court battles
over districting plans approved by
the voters last week all served to
cloud the official status of the
councilman election.
Mr. Malek, the runnerup. said
he would not file suit, but others
in tite field were considering legal
action Wednesday.
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Friday, February 23, 1973
Number 8
21 ADAR 5733
Golda Highlights Miami Events
South Fioriaa continues to be the favored meeting
place {or national and international Jewish organizations
end institutions, and this winter has been no exception.
But all these meetings, important and inspiring as they
have been, continue to highlight the even* March 3 when
Prime Minister Gclda Meir of Israel will help launch the
1973 worldwide campaian for I*-'ael Bonds.
Coming here immediately following her Ictest meeting
with President Nixon in Washington two days before adds
an even more dramatic note to the visit of Mrs. Meir, but
that is hardly needed. This will not be her first appearance
in these parts no one will forget the meeting immedi-
ately following the Six-Day War in 1967 but it will be
the first since she became Prime Minister of the Jewish
state.
The Miami conference to plan for the record sale of
S360 million in Israel Bonds this year will bring together
more than 2,500 Jewish leaders from North America. Again,
local men will play a prominent role in the deliberations
as they have done in every aspect of the building of Israel
from its very inception.
It hardly needs to be said that the March 3 event is
one all in this area, Jew and non-Jew, is looking forward
to with great anticipation.
A.! Doubts Now Removed
If there were any lingering doubts about the criticism
surrounding the CBS "Bridget Loves Bernie" program, the
poorly contrived Chanukah-Christmas show removed them.
The series continues to be an insult to the intelligence, as
well as to Christianity and Judaism, both of which it treats
with disrespect and ignorance.
Although the bigotry of Archie Bunker in that other
CBS contribution to American culture may cause distress
among many, there are at least the elements of humor and
honesty as saving graces. "Bridget Loves Bernie" has
neither and remains an affront that leaves little doubt about
how great a wasteland most of the television world repre-
sents.
Changes in the scripts, to meet both Jewish and Chris-
tian objections, have been made since the criticism of last
December. They only point up, however, the cheapness of
the entire production from its very beginning as an exam-
ple of "wasteland" mentality.
WASHINGTON, D.C, The
initial reports from Dr. Henry
A. Kissinger's mission to Hanoi
are cautiously hopeful. The
North Vietnamese have been
talking a- though they meant
to observe the terms of the
cease-fire accord. Yet this hope-
ful appearance can easily prove
to be deceptive before all is
over.
Hence it is also important to
note that a move is already on
foot, in the always helpful U.S
Senate, to undermine President
Nixon's effort to gel a las
peace in troubled Vietnam. The
aim is to strike from the Pr
dent's hand one of the n
levers hr* possesses to ei
Hanoi k pin the vital prom-
Isi s that it ha.- made.
Of the-.1 level's, there an oi Ij
three. One lever i- all but
possibly difficult to use II -
more of the kind of boml
that caused Hanoi to
serious negotiations at the end
of December. Another lever
plainly not fully reliable. It is
pressure on Hanoi from the Chi-
nese and the Soviets.
A THIRD lever was therefore
included in the eease-fire terms
by the American initiative. It is
politetj called "reconstruction
aid This aid to both Vietnams
was first proposed by President
Lyndon Johnson, to loud and
g neral applause.
The Nixon administration
is to pro' iie a total of '' 5 bil-
lion of reconstruction aid. I'
will be sprea 1 out over a
ol sex.....>l years. About
third will n<> to North Viet-
nam, and the rest to South
Vii tnam to support continuing
Vietnam! ntion.
The aid pn.....i n is a en
i | .- -
i ihvioiis 'I (~>'' '" '
one h md H inoi ro e I- th< i
i \ The n sure ol the
the rec >nl I*

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-, | r>Hvr Ha Thev
> i .',. i...... thi prom-
,- ll.S fun's to 1
iol
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11. tn h md th< much-
i.....''mi- r,it
off i: the a'd i- under I' S. -on-
tvol. whenever Hanoi -',vt-
hreakine the oromises included
in the cease-fire acci i I
NO ONE but a fool can
to see that a lever to enfore ful-
fillment of these promise- is ,
positive necessity. Consider, for
example, how Hanoi began
breaking the promises mart" to
Gov W Avere'.l Harriman in
the Laos accord of 19<>2 before
the ink was really dry on that
document,
The attack on the essential
ever In the Senate Ls onl>
h dnning, and it i-s not yet
n frontal attack. For example
hairman of the Foreign R
s I 'onumittee, Sen. .1. \Vil-
. ; ilh i :ht, has suggeste :
that i ontrol of the aid i i
I. ,.,. | Jed '.i somi sort o
ody. One ear, easily
ne, foi Ins1 ince how
-i] t-h> United N<
,i. ,, | .. would use
lh the "I pr
v ......mal le for this
try.
There are other Senate m
i too. A ReoubMcan but
i ,,-i-v hrl hi member of the
i. | .., Rotations Committee.
Si n James Pearson of Kai i
has been taking the position
that the Senate itself must de-
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COMMENT
Several hundred people came
out to hear [saa Bash Sin i
er here last Sunday moi I
Not bail for a Jewish autho
also considering thai it was tin-
end of a very busy week for our
community's spiritual and secu-
lar leaders, heavilj involved in
lie spectaculars on behalf of
T- hnion, Federation and H's-
tadrut. to mention a feu of the
past week's highlights
Th'' most resp -cted of modern
Jewish authors doesn't reall> be-
long in this column, except as
an afterthought an illustration
of the ambivalence in Jewish
life, if not the tension I had
been planning to write about.
And while he writes of dem-
ons and i>eople we are no longer
familiar with, he has also writ-
ten of that problem of identity
with which we are always wres-
t'int'. Several years ago he corn-
men ted here:
"The modern Jew has to bleed
for humanity battle the reaction-
ary, worry about the Chinese, the
Manchurians, the Russians, the
Untouchables in India, the Ne-
groes in America. He preaches
revolution and at the same time
he wants all the privileges of
capitalism for himself He tries
to destroy nationalism in oth-
ers but prides himself in he-
longing to th- chosen people.
How can a tHbe like this exist
amono strangers ?"
WELL, THERE ARE other
definitions that seem to plagUi
xistence. "For manv other
Jews, with or without identity
problems. Israel has become the
new religion." Re-t Cold of the
American Jewish Committee told
m International Conference of
Jewish Communal Workers some
time back And, recentlv Paul
Zuckerman, the I'nited Jev Ish
\nneal "eneral chair-nan. more
ov less onfirmed this nhgerim-
tion. to ouote the Jewish Tel.>-
pr"hie AgeiKV.
"/'"kprman." it states, "sops
the UJA a much more than a
TP-re funrt-raisine aeencv. It
"as develooinp' into something
almost synonymous with Jew-
ishness, he observed A UJA
aetix i-l us< ii io be a man on
the U.S. social -rene: now IMA
m u k i~ soi iallj acceptable, fr< e-
Ij ta'k< d about, an I even at-
tra tive. UJA m mbership was
a vital wav of identifying w th
Judaism and the Jewish people
Thai was why the organization
was attracting the besl young
Jewish leaders into its own lead-
ership rank* "
One cannot fault the accu-
racj of the Zuckerman analysis
The Lubavitchrr Rebbe, how-
ever, is one of many who are
beginning t> take a dim view
of the cours of events in Amer-
ican life as reflected m the UJA
chief's cominentx, For him, the
"Jew ish Establishment" is ne-
glecting the most crucial prob-
lem of our time "the cri -
of alienated youth." And while
Zuckerman sees the UJA ef-
fort "synonymous with Jewish-
ness Itself." it is the lack of
"Yidthshkelt" In the Jewish en-
vironment which the Lubavit-
cher Rebbe specifically deplores
GRANTED that Jewish life
has always accepted tension be-
tween the secular and the re-
ligious, it seems to me to be
reaching new dimensions in re-
cent months with somewhat
strange and shifting allianc -
Last week I touch,! upon the
debate among rabbis represent-
ing such secular organizations
as American Jewish Cow
and American Jewish Commit-
tee, and the Svnagogue Council
of America, wh -h sneaks som
w-hat for the three main r-
li rinus bodies -'- ., the Indi-
cations i f "K( y 73." R-,--j
Marr Tannenhn......ho sees the
Christian vanee'ist thru i .,-
a th-c to American Ji
' no punch"* in :, ..
Rabhi Henry Siegman of the
Council, of "intellectual dl
i -n "cheaonesV' and "su->er-
fk-iality" in dismissing his vii ws
as alarmist and-"inimical to the
real Interests of rell
Jewrv.
A British Mew of that tension
as contained in an article in
bv EDWARD COHEN
week's London .l.-wi-h
Chronicle head'ined, "American
Ji Hi ad for Rift with Isr i<
As exs nple, it quotes the
e\e-'itiw- director of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee, winch
is labeled "a wealthy an 1 influ-
ential establishment group." as
lamenting the excessive influ-
i : Israel holds over aspe ts
ol American-Jewish life, "such
;- t'.....nnh isis on i
funds for ,i and edu si
progran ; in Israel while th
same needs c ef ted in the
United States"
" who is it that dotermin -
it i more important to provide
for higher education in
Israel than funds for Jewish I
itcation in the United States?
Mr. Cold asks."
'Who is it that decides
bw. m Tel Aviv need improved
housing and financial aid more
than do the i>oor Jews in Mi
ami"' In renly (Goldi states
that it mast be American Jew-
and not Israel who deride. If
Israel fails to understand this.
Mr. Gold contends, the relation-
ship between these two ma*a
Jewish communities will deter-
iorate."
Citing other evidence of "de-
terioration" as the result of the
Israel Influence on American
Jewish thought a examnle
lm th division o' though! on
Vi tnam the Chronicle a-
the aunointment of
sii '-. D'nitz as ,,', n-w am-
lor to the U.S. ru-i1 m
<" for r< -ntent "Mr' T>i-
'"'" accoi Mng to the v vie-
......'--ii cc.'inunt ol l'-'
T--a. 'i I,- i,!..|..i,jr) wbi"h ad-
. il...lf n',,,st ev'-'siv
to ii,.. fttnd-raling qualities of
fi "..... -roi Ti. "
-..-,. not (vihtios t<> be
' i no.- their Irwwt-
I i Rohlnd the
l-"<;li wrtrd* in 't-h.-'n. liv- con-
cern f,- 0.,,- vrih fo- our
.....'i'd r"i'-~""i^,| r>s |tl*T
-n s... .>i nt MntA< i th"
crowing r*a1|7iit|on hv ^rr^^ >-it
there must he more to Jewi-h
life than this.


Friday. February 23, 1973
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Page 5-A
Meetings held on behalf of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1973 CJA-IEF campaign included
a parlor meeting recently at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Berman.
At the meeting, key leadership'
of Coastal Towers was organized .
and ,>lans were finalized fur the!
face-to-face solicitation of Coastal
Towers residents.
Mrs. Jean Feinberg and Joseph
X. Brenner were named 1973 CJA-
IEF Coastal Towers co?hairmen;
Jack Kestenbaum and Al Levene,
vice chairmen, and Ted Berman, i
honoi-ary chairman.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director!
of the GMJF's community chap- i
laincy service, and executive vice:
president of the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami, will
speak on the need for expansion of
Fedtrat ion's 22 local agencies and
services.
The Community Chaplaincy Serv-
ice, which provides spiritual coun-
seling to Jews who are in hos-
pitals and prisons and who are
unaffiliated with a synagogue, re-
cently expanded its programming
to include special courses for the
Jack Kassewitz
Guest Speaker
For CJA-IEF
Jack Kassewitz. chief editorial
writer of the Miami News, will b"
guest speaker at the annual meet-
ing of the Arlen House residents
Sunday.
The breakfast is be int. he'd on
behalf of the Create r M'.imi Jewish
Federation's CJA-IEF campaign
according to Irving Cypers. Arlen
House CJA-IEF general chairman
Mr. Kassewitz, who has been
active in Federation's annual CJA-
IEF campaigns, recently returned
from Israel where he participated
in a special newspaperman's mis-
sion coordinated by the United
Jewish Appeal.
Mission participants ftop jour-
nalists from throughout the United
States) met with officials of the
Israel government, were briefed by-
high-ranking military personnel on
the current status of Israel's de-
fense, and were escorted to the
Golan Heights and the Suez Canal:
areas which are generally off-lim-
it to most visitors to Israel.
Mr. Kassewitz is chairman of
the board of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, a national
beneficiary of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's annual CJA-
IEF campaigns.
Jewish inmates of the Dade County
Jail.
Organizers tor the 1973 CJA-
IEF campaign at Octapon Towers
include Mrs. Katie Goodstein and
Murray Spierer, cochairmen; Irv-
ing Kaplan and Dr. Samuel Katz-
man, vice chairmen; and Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Podell. honorary
chairmen.
The committee Includes Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Beer. Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Braverman. Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Blechman, Hyman Freedman.
Mrs. Ida Greenberg, Mrs. Samuel
Katzman. Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Keleman. Al Lvfkowitz. Mr. and
Mrs. Frank S?hwartz and Mrs.
Harry Sheer.
Norman D. Tilles
Nat'l Commander
At Beth Torah
Norman D. Tilles of Pnnidenee
R.I., national conut an*l?r o' the
Jewish War Veteians. will h->
guest speaker during mot-nine serv-
ices Saturday at Beth Torah Con-
gregation.
Commander Tiles, while on a
recent tour of Europe, visited the
emigration center in Vienna. Aus-
tria, set up to receive Jewish emi-
grants from the Soviet Union. H"
also met with leade'-s of Jewish
veterans' organizations in several
European countries to discuss com-
mon goals and interests.
During his official four-dav visit
to the Greater Minmi a-ea. Com
mander Tilles will vi-it the VA
Hospital in Miami and be honored
at a breakfast at the Plavbov
Plaza Hotel in Miami Beach Sun-
day. _______^^^
ARM President Feted
Allied Retired Medica's is hon-
oring retired president. Dr. David
Coyne and Mrs. Coyne on Sunday
at 12:15 p.m. in the Holiday Inn
on 22nd St. and Collins Ave. The
couple will be presented with a
plaque "to embody the spirit of
their service."
Jewish Vocational
Honors Retiring
Staff Members
J. William Baros, Jr. president,
anno'-nces that Mrs. Lilvnn Miller
and Sam Roecara. long-time em-
ployees of the Jewish Vocational
Service, will he honored at a re-
tirement party Sunday.
Mrs. Miller and Mr. Boccara.
assistant foreman, have been with
the agency since its earliest dav*.
The board and staff of the Jewish
Vocational Service are using this
opportunity to recognize their
"long and valued service with the
agency."
Mrs. Dorothy Feinberg. chair-
man of the reception committee.
has indicated that the reception
will be held at the home of Eugene
Greenspan, executive director.
Young Israel Banquet
Young Israel of Greater Miami
announces its 15th annual banquet
to be rcW in honor of Mr. a-yf,
Mrs. Morris Tepper Sunday eve*
ning. March 4, at Forte Tower
South. 1C00 West Ave.
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Sen. Jackson Aids UJA
At Palm Beach Dinner
Sen. Henrv M. Jackson (Dem.-
V.'ash.i was to speak at a dlnnei
meeting of Amor.can Jewish kad-
hiced in the Senate on their be-
half.
The (Sinner is a major highlight
oi L'JA's "Operation Florida" pro
gram, a national effort aiM ai
leaching temporary residents ol
Florida and s<>nporting campaigns
v. :th:n the state.
Sen Jackson is chairman of the
Senate Interior ami Insular Af
lairs Committee, chairman of tin
.- ib-committec on National Se
curity and International Opera
tions. and chairman of the Special
Sub-committee appointed to nton-
Btrati tie .11 ms limitatioi
iSALT).
SIN. JACKSON
< Thursday in Pi m Beach, it
was inr.ounced v Paul Zueker-
i -. PJA <" -net '; Chairman. The
i et n at the Palm Beach Tow rs
i- on behalf of thi United Appeal
'1973 campaign.
"We feel it is a gri at honor that
Sen. Jackson will be with us."
tli Z wkerman sai I. "His has been
rd of core ntly favoring
i ition support ng the aspira-
tions of Soviet J' ws seeking to
I ate to Israel,' Mr. Zucker-
i an continued.
Sen. Jackson, runnerup to Sen.
George McGovern tor the 1972
Democratic nomination, was to
isc ss the current plight of So\iet
Jews and 'legislal on he has intro-
KStPH GASSEN
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Joseph Gassen
IFCS President
Family and Children's Services.
Tiade County's non-sectarian vol-
'intary family and child care
i noy, nnnouneed the election of
officers for 197.">. Succeeding Mrs.
Donald W. Mclntosh as president
\ the board is J iseph Gassen. -,f
J^peway, Gassen & Jejieway.
i
Other officers arc: Dr. David
Kirsh and Mrs. Malcolm D.
McN'a n, vice presidents;
Mis. i harles Thompson, treasurer,
: Mrs. Waker S. C. Rogers,
seci etary.
New membt rs of the board of |
directors are: Mrs. Julius Alex-
ander, Rev. David Bridgman, Mr
Henry Burnett. Miss Janet Reno.
Mrs. Lyle Roberts, Rev. David
Scoates, and Mr. J.ei D. Warq
The agency's services to Dade
County include counseling to fam-
in s under stress, group education,
foster care, adoption, help to un-
I v ed parents and assistance to dis-
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Yovar little girl
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Dade County Outstanding
Citizens' Award April 26
ROBERT SHEVIN
Slievin Lists
Department
Successes
Bj Special Report
TALLAHASSEE For the sec-
n;l year In a row, the Florida
Department of Legal \ffairs won
linety percent of all the cases in
vhich it was involved according
'O figures released this week h
' ttorney General Robert L. She\*in
if Miami.
In a report for 1972. Mr. Shevin
rioted that his department won
',990 of 3.360 cases, In criminal
ippeals cases, the Attorney Cen-
tal's office prevailed in upholding
ihe state's conviction in 2,564
ases and lost in 209 cases, a 93
cr cent conviction record.
All cases, including hi iefs, |>cii-
'ions pleas, and oral arguments
..ere handled by the staff of 50 j
attorneys.
Attorney General Shevin per-
sonally handled IS major cases
before various state and federal
xwrts and won ;.:! 15 of them.
The department Issued 128 offi-
cial advisory opinions to state and
local officials last year; another
2.000 informal opinions we
ss led.
Mr. She\in cited his victories
on behali of the state's consumers
ns the highlights ol a successful
year. I
i
"I \\v.r\k we have demonstrated
that the Office of Attorney Gen-
eral can be an effective repre-
sentative of the public in consumer
matters and we intend to do even '
more next year," said Mr. Shevin.
Nominations are betas accepted
fo,. the 26th annual presentation
,,f the Dad, County Outstanding
Citizens Awards to be held Thurs-
lay Apr. 26, ai the DuPont Plaza
Hotel.
The award is made to one man
and one woman who. In the eyes
of the judges, have ,ll('
most outstanding single function
;0r the good and welfare ol the
until e Dadi L" ntj i munitj
during hc preceding year. 1972
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civic, service or social group They
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10 the judges for final evaluation.
Nomination deadline is Tuesday,
Apr. 2. and must be sent to Out-
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Conservative Men's Clubs
Slate Hollywood Conclave
Tbe Mth annual convention of
the y.-iTfnal Federation of Jewish
Men's Clubs will be held at the
Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood.
May 0-10. it was announced this
week I y Max M. Goldberg of
Washington, D. C, national pres-
ident of the 375-club organization.
Keynote address opening the i
convention will be delivered by
R;.bbi Arthur Hertzberg. of Engle- I
wood N .1.. preaidert o[ the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, on the con-
vention theme: "The Oneness of
the Jewish People on the 25th
anniversary of I^raL.."
Fut..:.' of the .North American
Jewish community, closing the
communications gap with youth,
the inter-relationship of Israel
with the Diaspora and the putting
til God into the daily life of the
American Jew. will be among the
other topics discussed by the al-
most 1 .ixx) delegates exiected to
Pttend the convention of the Men's
Clubs of Conservative Judaism.
The convention chairman will be
Sidney J. Goldstein, of Chicago,
with I. Murras Jacobs, of Detroit, I
serving as associate chairman.
Othei speakers at the opening:
Session will be Mr. Goldberg, de- '
livering the presidential address,
and Rabbi Joel S. Geffen. of the j
Jewi'"' T^eoloolenl Serniiwrv of
America, spiritual advisor of the
it ft a > tubs,
Ur. David sidorskv. professor of
Philosophy at Columbia University,
ill speak on "The Futjire of the
"xilii American Jewish Com-
munity."
The National Fedeiation of Jew- ,
ish Men's Clubs, of which Simon L i
Brandel is the executive adorn-
is tr a tor, Ls an aft&aia of the Jew- [
Ish Theological Seminary of Amer- j
ica, the Rabbinical Assembly and j
ihe United Synagogue ot America.
Serving on the convention com-
mittee with Mr. Goldstein and Mr.
Jacobs are Reuben I-ederman of
Miami Beach Myrirn Levin of Hol-
lywood, and Abraziaui Schorr of
-North Mian.i Beach. Fla.
N.Y. Congressman Protests Court Order Barring Jews
U. S. Rep. Mario Biaggi ot Nev
Jforti Joined Jewish demonstrators
n the steps of the U. S. Court
House in Foley Square last week
a protesting a Federal Court nil-
thai would bar 148 poor Jewish
a mi lies from entering a< Lower
Cast side public housing project.
The suit hud been brought by
non-Jewish residents of the area
who claimed that they were the
lost on-site tenants in buildings
is; Authority rules, former on-site
enants must get first preference.
However, the 14k Jewish
lies who had formerly lived oft
r near the site and now live in
lubllc or private apartments near-
by, had been given verbal prom-
res and leases by the HA that
hey w'ivI i be allowed into apart-
m nts in the two 23-Stoi build-
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i.xiension Urtan Renewal Area.
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day, March 1, at 2 p.m.. at the
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Hyman Safran, Detroit business
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c>: America, comprising
.-- en southern states and Puerto
R i i- bringing the ATID Book-
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Ds !> Siegel, lecturer, teacher
a author ol t book "Soulstoned"
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Bookmobile has traveled
it roughout Hi. northeast, stopping
tii synagogues and campuses.
While in South Florida, through
ay, March 4. the Bookmobile
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tion; Temple Or Olom; Teirrple
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norah; Temple Ner Tamid and the
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tinue up the wesl .oasi across the
panhandle through Texas an.!
California.
Arrangements for this southern
trip are being handled by Marshall
Baltuch, director ol youth activi-
ties for the southeast region. Mr.
loseph Golden of North Miami
Beach serves as president, and
Judge Arthur Winton. chairman
of the Regional Youth Commis-
sion
1973 VF Leaders
Campaign Meet
The top leadership of the United
I is 1973 campaign assembled
or Feb. 13 for the first campaign
G8l inet meeting. These 26 men and
v. nen will head the major com-
mittees and units of the new I'F
<- ipaign,
3973 general campaign chairman I
Jim Brown, vice president, Flor-1
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0 ted the meeting and began the !
jl/l of organization which will con-
linue throughout the year until
iiii campaign kickoff in Septem-
Mr, Brown emphasized the im-
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trhich is proceeding on schedule
fend will eventually involve a vol-
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termine the true scope of the
needed aid This was an ingredi-
ent in the amazing pro|x>sal that |
a gaggle of senators go along to
Hanoi with Dr. Kissinger. Again,
one can imagine how helpful
this would have been to Kissing-
er's desperately delicate diplo-
macy.
OVERALL, the senators who
have been the angriest oppon-
ents of the war in Indochina are
the ones who seem most eager
to reduce the chance for peace
in Indochina. One way or an-
other, bad trouble seems to lie
ahead in the Senate, and prob-
ably in the House as well. An
intensive presidential effort,
maybe going to the country over
Congress' head, will probably
be needed to overcome the
trouble.
One way or another, however,
the trouble must be overcome.
To begin with, it cannot be em-
phasized too often that the real
heart of the cease-fire agree-
ment is in the clauses covering
Cambodia and Laos. These re-
quire Hanoi to recall its troops
from both countries. If Hanoi
keeps this key promise, then
Hanoi cannot physically sustain
another major aggression against
South Vietnam.
This is because of the im-
portance of the Cambodian and
Laotian bases and supnly lines.
Here, in turn, is why the cease-
fire agreement gives the South
Vietnamese a reasonable chance
of tsettlirfr their own future
among themselves. Yet no inter-
national commissions and peace-
keeping grouDs can do much to
ensure Hanoi keephvj its orbm-
ises about Laos and Cambodia.
That is why the President
needs the endangered lever.
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I was very touched that your contribution car.e froa your baby
sitting earnings and I wanted to cenvey ny appreciation to you
personallyi
I have sent you some things I think you'll like: a copy of our
1973 Cocbined Jewish Appeal Israel i'nergency Fund Caxpaign
brochure and (under separate cover) a set c: the six posters
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-"Seminary Holds Awards Dinner Wednesday
The Jewish ThcoloRioa! Semi-
nary of America is holding an
academic convocation Wednesday
0 3 p.m. at Temple Emanu-El.
During 'he convocation, Dr. Or-
son D. Cohen, new chancellor of
the seminary, will confer the Her-
bert H. Lehman Ethics Mela' on
Cov. Reubin O'D. Askew and Sen.
Charles H. Percy of Illinois.
Also on the program will he a
lecture on "Ethics and Religion -
Rivals or Partners" by Dr. Louis
Finkelstein. chancellor-emeritus of
the seminary
On Wednesday evening, at the
Diplomat Hotel, the seminary will
hold its 14th annual dinner, and
present its 197.1 nali mul commu-
naty service award.
Dr. Cohen will make the pres-
entation assisted bv Rabbi Stan-
ley J. S-hachter, assistant chan-
cellor, to the following: Herbert
K. Oummings of Chicago; Leonard
W. Friixlland of Miami Beach:
Paul Borman of Detroit; Morris
Fruchtman, of To'edo, Ohio; H
Wayne Tanenbaum of Toronto:
David L. Bensto?k of Miami Beach
and Joseph M. Drvxler of North
Miami Boach.
The Jewish Theolosrical S -mi-
nary of America is the academic
and spiritual center of the Con- \
servative branch of Judaism. It
trains rabbis, cantors, school teach-
ers and Jewish communal profes-
sional*; maintains a variety of \
s-holarly institutes, and is the
sponsor of many cultural service
and communications programs, in-
cluding the Jewish Museum of
New York, the "Eternal Light."
radio and television series on the
NBC network, and the "Dive:-!
tions" series on the ABC-TV net- i
work.
Dinner chairman Emanuel Mentz, and honorary chairman,
Mrs. Florence Minov (right) go over plans for the Morton
Towers-Israel Dinner of State to be held March 10 at the
Fontainebleau Hotel under the auspices of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization. The dinner-dance will honor Mrs.
Fanny Houtz (left) psychiatric social worker, who will re-
ceive the State of Israel Atzmaut (Independence) Award for
her lifetime of servic e to civic and Jewish causes.
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Friday, February 23. 1973 |
ye JKa&bi Speaks J~rom Jh* f-^Mipit
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RABBI WHOM !.. IMtAZtA .
Temple Israel ol Mirtinmr
i' read in the poition ol" the
week thai Moses was commanded
tu place 8 laver a place to wash)
b e t w e e n the
r^,-,^--^ r ">nti i' wal's of
^k\ BeV he sanctuary
and the altar. |
rhe priests wer <
torn nanded to
vash i ach time
they entered the
sanctuary and
they an-
__ __ a hed the al-
WA ii'. The TVa'i
were in wash In
order thai the'
' ome sanctified, lest they die. I
Many of us wi'l remember the
. synagogues ol our childhood.!
In the lobby, or in an anteroom I
h;st adjacent to the lobby, there
was a sink with a cuo which was
i-i for washing the hands before-
entering the synagogue. Our par-
. -- and grandparents were very,
liculous about leaching us to
. ( -h our hands before we entered
th- sanctuary.
1 am certain thai most of its I
would feel it rather strange to
w.-h our hands immediately upon
- lerine the synagogue building
and befori entering the sanctuary
We would most likely feel that
having dressed especial'y for the
occasion and ha\in" prepared our-
>- Tea at home, there would bp rr
need for us to wash our hand*
Our forefathers, we would say
ie straight from their lobs and
walked on dusty streets and. th^re-
i were obligated to wash th"
d m of the street from their hand-
before picking up a nrayerhook or
touching the sacred objects of the
i^nagogue.
I It tins were .the only.' parpose
! for the washing of our hands then.
conceivably they could be right.
However, there is more to the
washing of the hands than the ac-
tual cleaasing of them. The wash-
ing of the hands signifies the puri-
fication of body and soul which
are necessary in order for man to
communicate with his Maker in
prayer. Washing the hands re-
minds us to leave the impurities
of life outs:de the synagogue in
the street where they belong.
There has been a tendency to
bring the synagogue down to the
level of the street outside. No
longer are we willing to have the
synagogue represent a high stand-
ard to which we must aspire.
Rather, we seek to drag the syna-
gogue down in order to make it
easier to reach our goals. This is
what the Torah teaches us and re
quires a laver near the altar. II
we drag the impurities of the
lutside worli into the sanctuary
then Judaism will surely d e and
so will we. It behooves us to re-
rr -mber the message of the wash
basin and to retain the svnagoTiic
as an idea' to be reached rather
than an object to he molded in
our own image. Onlv if we wash
the du hands before entering the syna-
gogue can we lie assured that the
synagogue will remain the histor:
aeon of I'ght thai it has been
for our people for many genera-
tions.
Psychology to be Topic
Dr. Arthur I.iehtenstein. a for-
mer nrofessor of education and
-svchologv at Johns Hopkins Med-
ial School, will soeak on "Psy-
?holoev for the Gurious" at th"
"orte Forum Tuesday at 1 p.m. in
the Forte Fnm-n n"ditnritm.

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4m.u1munir
SYNOPSIS Of THE WEEKLY TORAH P0HT10N
Ki Sisoh
'And the Lord oke um 1 Moses saying, when thou takest
the sum of the children of [srael ." (Exodus ';": 2-341
TOKEN PAYMENT: Moses w as instraoted to take a census
of all male Israelites over lh< age "r 20, who thereujxjn became
itarj /ic Each man, rich or poor, was to make
a toki ii 1 aj n 1 a hall '1 :< >! silver in atonement for any
trans ression he maj have con aitted This half sh kel was used
n structio ol 1 sanctuary. Bazalel, ol the tribe of Judah,
and Oholiab of the tribe of Pan. were divinely called to apply
their skio and craftsmanship and supervise the work of construc-
tion, Although the building of the tabernacle was of the highest
irjTDortance, it could not s'wersede the obse-vance of the Sab-
bath; the people were commanded that all work even the work
relating to the construction of the sanctuary must cease on the
Sabbath.
THE GOLDEN CALF: Moses had been on Mt. Sinai for 40
days and 40 nights, and the people, fearing he would never re-
turn, clamored for a vlsib'e object to worship. They inducted
Aaron to fashion a molten image of a golden calf and brought
tacrlftaea and offerings to their idols, around which they sang
and danced. Returning from the mountain with the two tablets
ot the law engraved by God on stone, Moses heard the cries of
revelry, witnessed the disgraceful behavior of the people and
dashed the tablets of the dialogue to the ground. He then de-
stroyed the calf by fire, ground it into powder which he threw
into a stream, and approached Aaron who pleaded that he had
been forced to carry out the people's demands. Moses called on
all his supporters to rally round him; the Levites made an imme-
diat" response.
-.onTrmoSfHrON'D 2"*!! F WttKKi Mos<* *
alone ,nto the mountain, carrying with him two other tablets of
-tone which God had commanded him to prepare. God descended
uth Id rVCaIf'd1 'w'6" thP M f ** *"** ^
truth, and renewed his covenant with Israel by repeatir." the
commandments previously given, completing the prohibition
against Idoltry, the observance of the pilgrim festivals, and the
holiness of the Sabbath.
against idolatry, the Observance of the pi-grim festivals, and the
lets of stone, while Moses recorded the contents of the renewed
covenant. After having spent 40 additional day, and nights on
Ihmountain, during which time he neither ate nor drank, Moses
returned to the camp. His face shone with a divine glow and
the people feared to look at him, but he reassured themand com-
municated to Aaron, the elders, and the whole assembly all the
words of the Lord which he had heard on Mt. Sinai.
y RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
'
Why is it traditional to have
tile base color of the Tali* white
mid the fringes of the Tails
whtte?
I Rabbi Moses Isseries (the Laws
of Tsisith. Darkei Moshe 2:9i
I "takes a statement to the effect
that he never saw anything but
white fringes and therefore, there
1 should be no deviation from this
custom. The Talmud (Menachoth
ll:Bl states the Tsisith and the
1 '"a is should be of the same color.
Therefore, the Talith should al-
j so be white. The To. afoth com
mentary of the Talmud Indicates
1 'bat matchinsr the color of the
I Talith with the Tsisith is a means
I of beautifying the gai-ment and
whatever a Jew wears or uses for
the fulfillment of a holy com-
mandment of the Almighty should
, be as aesthetically appealing as
possible. Some commentaries (e.g.
'. Rabbi Joel Sirkesi try to explain
I the reason fofr the white Tsisith
I and Talis on the following grounds:
'he Talmud (Rosh Kashonah 17:a)
indicates that the purpose of the
TnlLs was demonstrated by the Al-
mighty Himself to Moses. He told
s in-'t whenever the peool<
of Israel have sinned, they should
wrap themselves in a Talith as
Hi" A'mighty showed Moses, and
'ffer prayers of penance so that
icy ml *h1 be foraiven.
Sine- the Ta'ith. therefore, was
a garment u""*d to seek forgive-
nc\s. It should he wh'te because
white is the color of puritv and
symbolizes forgiveness. Black or
blue stripes on the Talith are only
for decorative DUrpoi -
WhjT are there btu" or biaek
stripe*, on tile TnliUf?
Some claim that these are to
demonstrate that even though
the baste color of the Tisith is
white, there was originally one
strand of b'ue running through the
other stran-is. Some claim that this
strand of blue represented a sym-
bol of royalty against the white
background of purity. In a way
it demonstrated that the Jew is
a son of the "King of Kings," the
Almighty, who is the supreme
royalty.
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. W5 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ben A,ton. 1
ANSHE EMES-253T"sw 19th Ave.
American Tradit.onal Jodasm Rab-
bi J. Marshall Tax.iy. Cantor Sol
Pakowitz.
BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabhi Her-
bert Baumgard 3
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Aye.
Conservative, rabbi Irving A. We-n-
gart. Cantor William W. Lipion. 4
Prlda*' 8:30 n.m in' Bout* P tie v.....-
torium) lunlor ehoir Sabbath, Batur-
daj s ., m (at Coral Way Main Sanc-
tuary) H:.r Mlisvan: Mitchell, son <>r
Mr and Mr* Robert Friedman.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman. 5
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BETH KODESM. .101 SW 1?th Ave
Modern Traditional- Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Cantor Lecn Segai.
Prlda) vi' p.m., Rabbi Mas Shanlro
will discus* th.- theme "America's Im-
mortals." followed bj Ones Shabbal
hosted by daughters of Mr and Mrs
Jacob Btelnbetu celebrating their (Wi-
den weddlrm anniversary.
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BETH TOV (temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles
Rubel. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. 8
Friday 8:18 p.m., Rabhi Charles Rubel
\>il speak "ii "Mnaes had hi* Prob-
lems, ami .- have Ours." follow. >l 1-v
Ones s-nnM-a. noated bv attornej and
Mrs Milton Miller i honor ol 11 lr
apniversar) :,!"' 'he birthday ol Mr
Miller's mother, Mrs Rove I.n-b
ISRAEL (Temple) OP GREATER Mi
ami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot.
10
SltSJSSJaSJSM I u
Sjiller, Levine
Finish First In
Golf Twosome
Ben SaltM- and Sid levine
man ied to ho'ii tiff three other
teams by a stroke to win the
Rmerald Hills Best Ball-Twosome
though Burl Brimm came ehareing
it them hv scoring a ho\e-in-one
on the 12th hole of the Hollywood
course.
Kmerald Hi'ls associate pro Sam
Kinder said the other two teams
which failed to overtake Salter
end Levine were Marvin Sommers-
Terrv Neiderman and Judge Irving
Hoffman-Harold Silverman.
Winners Salter and Levine had
a 65 in the Individual full handicap
event. The three trailing teams
i scored 66 each. In fifth and sixth
ositions. wrjtfe 67's, were Ed
IZwick-Stan Blumin and Leo Ber-
tisch-Oene Posner.
Brimm caught his hole-in-one
with a five-iron on the 133-yard
twelfth, Salter and Irvine took an
early lead and stayed there. De-
s; ite eooUsh weather (for Florida 1
; 10 teams turned out for tlie tour-
nament.
Beth Tfilah Memorial
For Louis Merwitzer
Congregation Beth Tfilah will
hold a s:pecial service in memory ol
Louis Merwitzer Sunday at 6 p.m.
Mr. Merwitzer was a member of
'he congregation for over 20
pears, and held several of lie, a dur-
ing that time
Rabbi Joseoh F.. Raekov^ky is
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion, anil Paul P. Weiss serves as
president.
Fri.lnx s e m Rabbi Xnrot v sermon
-lll i. "Should we Favor Ihe Eoual
Rlahts \iii.-i:.Iiii.-i..... A strln* tuar-
lei n'nylnn the Sabbath lltursrlcal mu-
slc will be featured during services
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative R.ibhi Paul J
Bender. Can'or Nthan Parniss. 11
p dai l" ii m Rabbi Render ser-
..... v 111 be "W hat Hannenen I -
the nolden fnlf?" Saturday t". .. m .
-, m m "Portion of Ihe Weeh
OR OLOM 875S SW 16th
St. Conservitive. Rabbi Elliot
Winoarzd. Cantor Vehouda Bin-
min. t'
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Kle4o. '
Friday s: l ."> u m Rabbi Klein's aer-
mnn will br "Ju Favorable Meritorious Light."
ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
ervativc Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Hetfman H
I Friday 8 p.m Bat Mltavah: Lisa.
I dnuahti>r of Mr nnil Mrs Stanle) Al-
1 perln Sermon topic "Th.' Time Can-
I sule." Saturday 9 a.tn Bar Mltxvah:
Paul, -on of Mr and Mr.- Richard
itoih Bertnon -' '- -f ih.- B
HtAllAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4h Ave Conservative. Rabbi Na
than Zolondek. 15
H0*TH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION ?"?5
NE 121st St. Conservstiv* Rahbi
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Z on
Kirschenbaum. 35
MIAMI UACH
AGUOATH ISRAEL 7801 Carlv'e Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever.
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BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho.-lox
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
NER TAMID (Temple). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitr. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. m
OHEV SHALOM. 70M Bonita Dr. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman.
Cantor Leo Radin 30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohorn
Groner. **
NORTH BAY-VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
way. North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive Raboi Emmet Allen Frank. Can-
tor Murray Vavneh. 32-A
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARO
CONGREGATION, 707 5th St.. Mi-
ami Beach. Orxhodox. Rabbi Mor-
decai Cha.movits.
NORTH MIAmS UACH I
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 102S
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Can-
tor Reuvan Lckhaus. 33
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative Rabbi Max Lip-
schitx. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW '83rd St.
Conservative. Habbi Victor D.
Zwelling. Cantor Jack Lerner. 30
SINAI (Temple), ot NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. R.ibbi
Ralph P. Kingsiey. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 37
Kridav v IS p m sermon loi lr Prom
Bhabbal Reborn In :i Manual to Sh b-
hi Reborn in .1 in. Saturday
0 ,i m Bal Mltxvah Debra Kn m-
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 N6
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. 38
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Zalman Kossows*y. 38
COftAl GABlib
JUDEA (Temple;. 5500 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. 40
Prlda) 8:15 p.m., Slsterl......1 Sabbath.
Saturda) u !' ;i m liar Mltxvali Denf
nls, s.'ii of Mr. and Mrs Morion *;il-
ni.i n
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell A.
Berger. Cantor P. Hiuel Brummer.
41
i Prtday 8:18 um One* Bhabbal Bemlj
nur I'mUiiiiiK Jewish Litt." s.uur-
' da\ :<-. am services
unusnt
MOGAN DAVID GO^.GREGATION,
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. SO
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fOIlT LAUDtKDAlt
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva.
Brilliant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
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EMANUEL. 3245 W. Oakland Para
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Cun'or 'rc.n. Klement. 48
fOMPANO BEACH
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 61ff>
NW 9th St.
BETH JACOB 301
Orthodox. Rsbhi Sh
sky. Cantor M.-iu
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'bh?0Shmaar^hnar Sv.Tr* Vgt&MTtSLfc ** ^ *"'
Mouric._M.mche. 19 ^^n7ifleRrabb' "- A- Skop^
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef- ;
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
| BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh.
Cantor David Conviser. 2^
I Friday Rrir. p.m.. Pr Leon Kronlah
will soeak on "Is There :i NVu |.. k
to Reform Judaism?" Baturday 10:4.".
"ii iervlces Bundaj 10:30 : m reiru-1
lar monthly breakfast ... Brotherhood.
BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. R.ckov-
ky. a
B|TH..YOSEPH_^"A^, CONGREGA.
TION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
C^SAN MEBBEW CONGREGATION.
15L Washington Ave. Orthodox.
abbi Dow Rorencwaig. 23
CUBAN SEPHARDIcTlEBREW CON.
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave.,
Rabbi Meir Masliah Melamed. 23-A
EMANU-EL (T-mpi). 1701 Washing.
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 2
HEBREW ACADEMY72400 Pine Tree
Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
28
CONG AN-NELL*Br7nch of Hebrew
Hu'el Abraham Ben.
JWNB.rSeMSOHt"N" COMMUNITY
nT,7,AH GU=E J532 Washington Ave I
?:!'?r....Rabb.' "*>< H. Stern.1
HALLAHDAU
HALLANDALC JEWISH CENTE8
(Conservative). 416 NE 8th Ave.
Rabbi Harry E. Schwarta. Canto*
Jacob Oanziaer.
HOLLYWOOD
BoT.H EL Reform. R ibbi Samuel Jaffe. 4S
frlday B 15 p.m.. meat speaker Pr
Bmanuel Sehenk rabbi emeritus ot
Beth Shoktm Peoples Temple of
Brooklyn N \ in M.k ,, "Modern
t.oid.-n Cah
"S2J c!H^LOM iTlK 2l CoI"rv,tl"- Rbbi Mortoa
r.alavaky. Cantor lrvin0 Gold. 48
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SINAI (Tempie>. 1201 Johnson S*
Conserv.t.ve. habbi O^id inspire.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
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ii'S-W- *2nd Avenua. Hollywoo*
R#bbi Salomon Benerroch.
TfatSb! IPL*L <*-ibera4). 510B
Ronr-'r St.r*et> Hor">o1. Rabai
Robert Frarir,
MIKAMAK .. I
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 38th St
C^2^^,^,iv R*bbi *<" Draairt
Cantor Abraham Karlcr. 49
?e
Cantor Meyer Engel.
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Cantor Abraham Sei? j7
MENORAH fTemp-,.' 6;0 7Mh ,
r.aMn,|
CANDLEIIGHTING TIME
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Max Lerner
r' '
ees
Sees It
.....i".Mi
;
NEW YORK. NT.Y. in the alphabet game of governmental
agcri les, there is one I cast a strong vote for an 081, or Of-
fice of Social Intelligence. It doesn't exist, but it ought to. I
find ii (hocking (as I wrote in an earlier piece) thai in out
[bright lexicon of government wo pre-empt the term "inte'li-
l. ii. lor espionage and research focused on the capabilities
hf for i :. Rovernm nts the Centra! fnl iHigen v A ;ency and
:- whole ; >vncd family but we have no agency to gather
i tei'igence and s i ;ges; strategy for our most pressii g domestic
piobli -.
I dfin't know wha thia shows about Americans a- a |
[pie, ."ii IT I kn .v. I wou'dn't Ik it. But I am quite conf'denl
ithoul the dci I t" shift our misplaced and distorted prlo
i n;i i i on for whatever it may be worth. But we
to du off the spook hose tinsel from thr term "intelii-
[genee" ainl i it .: in a setting of human needs worthy of it.

LET ME PI T FOUR PROPOSITIONS summarily about the
v hy and the how .
1. Americans have a mytho'ogj il >u1 r>robJem-solv!ng: that
II .ni i the "facts" and appropriate the money, you ran solve
the problem. We have facts galore aboul poverty, schools, crime,
ptisans, narcotic addiction, race relations, tax inequities, menta"
health, alienations, violence, We also have the money. Bui w.
aiming the bitter lesson that you can't throw either facts
>!]> ai a problem and hope ii will go away.
For each pr >b!em cluster, we have to have an approach or
lead; some strategy for getting at i.
The history of the past decade l strewn \vl*h the wrecks '.
solutions which never so'ved the p-obl< ms, or that did some good
but evoked new hostilities or dangers in the proc is, [Tie pov-
erty program, community-control of schools, busing, scattcr-site
housing, the Model Cities program, drug abuse and penalties, por-
nography policing ciie any of thes and you gel an intense re-
in which suggests that the problem hasn't yielded to a hastily
applied solution.
Even the "fact';" about any problem are not given from the
start. It is only when you have a provision.-!' strategy that you
know what fa'ts to die for. in order to test its probable fitness
before you apply it. When your research tends to confirm the
nnproneh." then and only then do you have the right to ask for
money, and than the money will be forthcoming,
2. Our accepted methods of gathering social intelligence are
'.rl stilted and archaic. There are all kinds of White Hoti<*>
confi ren fs. on a variety of problems, hut they are too public.
nd they get 'ost in quarrels about who should be represented.
! !ke" fie I" N. Assembl} they become a stage for displaying po-
maehismo. T)v congressional committee public hearing
do yield some intelligence, especially under a wise and hard-
working leadership. Biit they are also too public, and they be-
come either a form of ladder-climbing for the committee chair-
man or a tug-of-war ix>twven interested groups.
As for the presidential commissions on civil rights, race
riots, {tomography, population control, energy resources they
gather jjood bodies of data and set out a mountain of mono-
graphs, and then writs a report which is a one-day editorial
mder and which the President and Congress proceed to ignore.
3. We need a federal aeenry which will gathev and make
a liable the social Intelligence needed lor an effective strategic
attack on the nation's problems. The insights and expertness that
' xist today on university campuses, in business and unions,
among professional groups and in a large variety of voluntary
organizations are simply not tapixvi for national purposes.
We go on the placid assumption that the welter of books.
articles, speeches, will make their way Into the channels of
public decision. Very few do. What passes for conventional wis-
dom in poiicymaklng is often stale, hackneyed stuff that would
crumble to dust rf confronted by a sharp, critical intelligence in
t;-. give-and-take of discussion.
4. That is what I have In n-.ii.,1 for the 061. Not White House
ronferences, not blind fact-gathering, not lumbering, overstaffed
commissions, not endless drowsy hearings of congressional com-
mittees, inn the provision of channels for a face-to-face exchange
of Ideas and strategies. The task of the OS1 would be to find out.
tor each problem or cluster of problems, who has been giving it
the freshest study its history, economics, polities, psychology,
pathology, law, social dynamics.
It wouldn't be either hard or costly to get these men and
women together in groups of five or six or a dozen, let them
go at each other as long as necessary in private sessions with no
hotts barred, keep transcripts, study and evaluate them, keep
constant liaison with Congress and the rxeruthc agencies, and
thus develop new and more workable strategies for our fester-
ing problems.
Would the courts interfere? Not fatally. They. too. arc
looking for new approaches, as witness the current arguments
in the school tax case, Serrano vs Priest. A single B-52, lost
nvr Hanoi. Could haw kept the OSI going toi a couple of years.
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Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "A Look at Christian Jewish Relationship"
Guests: S>~ter Katherine Hargrave and Rabbi Her-
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Feb. 25 Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Sma V
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Topic: "Challenge of Brotherhood 1973"

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vjewisfifkxldnan
Friday. February 23. 1973
AJCommittee Warns
Of 'Key' Overeaction
Continued from Pas* 1-A
to remove Jewish names from
lists of civic leaden, govern*
ni.nt officials and contributors
to the United Fund, which were
utilized by the "Evangelism Task
Force."
He said, in an Interview that
no thought was given to deleting
Jews from the mailing which
was, he said, "a call to Christ
for those Christian businc-smen
receiving the letter."
I>r. Beber advised AJC mem-
bers against "baseless suspicion
of all Christian motivation in
approaching Jews for dialogue
or interreligious programs and
against withdrawal from the
arena oi' interreligious activity.'"
The chapter president said re-
cent gains In Jewish-Christian
relationships "must not be lost
through an irrational over-reac-
tion to movements which rely
on nersuasion and not coercion."
..Recent surveys by the Syria--
goguo Council of America and
B'nai B'rith nationally have min-
imized the effect of Christian
missionary work amonc Jewish
.students on college campuses...
Others who >i:m<'d the evan-
gelical letter, in addition to Rev.
Miller, are Rev. J. \V. Peeples,
Greater Miami Church of God
Rev. Robert Barber. Good Shep-
herd Lutheran Church, Rev. John
Bass. St. Paul's United Metho-
dist Church, Rev. Philip Weeks,
Holy Comforter Episcopal
Church, and Rev. Wallace Riv-
ers. First Baptist Church of
North Miami.
New Series On
Amerieaii Values
At YM-YWHA
Stanley R. Gilbert, president.
YM'YWHA of Greater Miami
'las announced an "American
Value Series" to be presented at
the Y' starting Monday at 8 p.m.
in the grand ballroom.
First speaker in the series will
be Louis Wolfson, industrialist,
j whose topic will be "Is America
: Doomed as a Free Society?"
A group of United Synagogue
i Youth members will attend the
\ Monday session and participate in
' an open dialogue with Mr. Wolf-
son following his presentation.
Discussion topics will center on
i "the press censorship question"
1 and "the police power increase
.which is blamed on the Increase
, in youth drug related to crime."
The series is based on the model
' ol a N'ew England Town meeting
and is open to all eiti/ens without
\ c barge.
Department of Interior
Offers Park Passports
Golden Eagle and Golden Age
passports, offered by the Depart-
ment of the Interior for frequent
visitors to National Park System
areas, are being made available
through the United States Postal
Service, according to E. H. Daws,
j Officer in Charge of the Miami
Pixst Office.
Golden Age passports arc issued
free to persons 62 years of age or
ilder with proof of age. These
offer the same park entry priv-
ileges plus the additional benefit
of a 50 [>ercent discount on all
Federal Special Recreation Use
I Fees. The Golden Age Passports
i must be applied for in person.
Proof of age, such as a driver's
license, a birth certificate or an
affidavit attesting to the appli-
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February 23. 1973
-Jewlsli FhrkHan
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3"/2 Million For CJA-IEF Raised At Pacesetter Ball
The pace has been set for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1973
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund (CJA-IEF) campaign. More
than 240 leaders of Miami's Jewish community danced and dined at the Pace-
setter Ball and helped Federation surge more than S3.5 million closer to its
1973 CJA-IEF goal of $15 million.
Federation's 1972 Pacesetters (contributors of S10.000 or rhdre) were pre-"
sented with the Aiiyah Pacesetters Sculpture (a series of six original bronze
medallions designed by Kenneth Treister; each depicting a major event in
the history of the Jewish people).
In addition, "The Guardians of the People of Israel" (contributors of 550,000
or more) were presented with the Shomer Am Yisorel Menorah. The Menorah,
which depicts the "Family of God" was also created by Treister, and is
awarded only one time to an individual, truly a once-in-a-lifetime honor.
Pinchas Sapir, Minister of Finance of the Stale of Israel made the pres-
entations at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
David Harrison, who created a special theme and lighting for the black-tie
occasion, outdid himself. Floor to ceiling olive trees banked the site of the pre-
dinner buffet, the garden lobby, which was sealed off from the rest of the
hotel. The mctif was carried over to the Club Gigi, where the center of each
table featured a ceiling-high olive tree banked with fruits and nuts.
SX>#( ABOVE (FRCW LEFT): ARTHUR HOROMT?. A MMBER OF FEDERATION S
BOARD OF DIRECTORS, MRS. 1CRW1TZ. AM) DR. LEON URONISH. 1973 CJA-IEF
ASSOCIATE GENERAL CHAIRMAN
SHUN ABOVE: JOSE"* KANTER. A ^e*R OF FEDERATIO: S BOARD IT riRECTORS.
MRS. KANTER. Ht PINCHAS SAPIR
SHOWN ABOVE IFRCC. LEFT): PINCHAS SAP1R. MIS. SAMUEL ADLEfi. UN
ABLER. GHJF TREASURER
"T
PICTURED ABOVE (FROM LEFT): MRS. ALEXANDER MUSS. MRS. LEONARD FRIEDLAND. AND
PINCHAS SAPIR. PICTURED AT RIGHT. UNVELING A 2.000 YEAR OLD CERAMIC URN RECENTLY
UNEARTHED IN ISRAEL *ICH HAS PRESENTED TO RALPH LEV1TZ FOR HIS LEADERSHIP IN
%|VING TO THE 1972 CJA-IEF CAMPAIGN. ARE (FROM LEFT): STEPHEN MJSS. 1973 CJA-IEF
ASSOCIATE GENERAL CHAIRMAN: HARRY A. LEVY. 1973 GENERAL CHAIRMAN: ELI TIM0NER.
J&73 CJA-IEF VICE CHAIRMAN.- AND ROBERT RUSSELL. FEDERATION'S PRESIDENT.


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Friday. February 23. 1973

45 We Were Saying: By ROBERT SEGA1
Far Beyond Fund Raising
Belief is on the way for
Jewish fund-raisers ol Amer-
ica: a project to develop fund
raising professionally with spe-
cial training tor tli ;>i o-pective
fund-raisers is evolving ai Mary-
land's School for Social Work
and Community Planning, Bran-
deis's Florence Heller Graduate
School for Advanced Studies 1$. take fire from the struggle o!' market rises than we are with
present-day Soviet Jews. Surely, charting low ingpinc housing de-
p; idf Hr-*-r^(*l'f*'eivaHii""and
staying power continues high.
Social Welfare, wshlva's Wurz-1
weiler School of SocH>**\r1c.'
and at Case Western Reserve.
It has to be acknowledged,
of course, that a few stalwarts
ore genuinely concerned al>out
Jewish poverty in America's
lai -e cities; and thousands do
When we place a higher value
on poverty rights than on hu-
man rights, when we are nwiv
preoccupied with charting stock
if ii nr-iev we are-**erWi!tit:S* much that enriched the lives of
our forebears and brought US
safely and in dignity to this time
of challenge ami locus of free-
dom. To regain buoyancy, to
achieve great** stature, to ful-
fill prophetic promise, to jener-
atcpndir vitJ*hf!*jfpwgi,of'fruner-
ica will have to do much more
than worry about country club
bias and preferential quotas and
the blandishments of assimila-
tion.
Be'ween You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR
Seymour B I iebman
Hook Review
Israel Politics And History
Tt: STATE OF ISRAEL was officially horn
May 14, 1948 For the past several months and
until May of tbi- year Jewish communities through-
out the world. txcent in Russia), wil1 mark Israel's
25th anniversary. The event is be-
ing celebrated by a continuous Be-
I u s (i a! fan -.
Among the many hooks that ap-
paai !'u- year, there are two de-
scrving of special mention. One of
thi se books has been discussed in
these pages by Boris Smolar. Jan.
19. 197.1 He wrote anent And the
Hills shouted for Joy by Bernard
Postal and Ham W. Levy- (David McKay. S895i
that it should be considered as the hook of books"
on the birth of Israel. To heap further encomiums
would be carrying coals to Newcastle. We mist
note that this book displaces a recent best-seller.
O Jerusalem We wish that the Postal-Levy book
had appeared a year earlier so that the other would
not have received the attention that it did.
When Ahba F.ban speaks, the world listens.
His latest beck My Country (Random House. S15i
is his moving account of Israel from its birth to
this past year. The master weaver of words played
a leading role in hi- country's struggle for security.
His intimate knowledge of the many problems thai
beset the new nation ranged from those of mass
immigration, with all its attendant aspects, to the
economy that always appeared to be on the verge
of tottering, and the international stage where
friends wire few and diplomatic double-talk often
concealed the forked-tongue of those who protested
friendship and consistently abandoned Israel for
expediency and selfish interests.
F.ban sheds light on events that escaped notice
years ago. It is true that Dulles and Esenhower
were responsible for Israel being compelled to with-
draw from the Su Canal in 1937 but few realize
that Dulles changed his views by 1958. Dulles told
Israel then that he opposed Nasser's "radical pre-
tensions to cstabhsn his hegemony ovar other na-
tions" in the Middle Fast. Dulles supported Israel's
right to use her share of the Jordan Yarmuk waters.
The foregoing is one of many other enlightening
paragraphs that are of great historical importance
The master rhetoric an is equally fluent with his pen.
DATELINE ISRAEL
By CARL ALPERT
Theodore Herz Slept Here
THOUSANDS OF TOURISTS, in their buses and
taxis, drive blithdy along Mamilla K:. In Jeru-
i i i rVtelj oblivious ol a small metal plaque
atta h. (I to a two-story -tone
house at No. is The plaque.
ere d in :950 by the Jerusalem
M ci| a. ty, n ads: "Theodore
Herzl L ;ed in This House in
1898."
The story is vividly told in
Her/l's diaries. The founder of the
Zionist movement had gone to
Pa!, -line si eking an audience with
Kaiser Wtmehn II. The Marx and Stern families.
at IS Mamilla Rrf.. provided him with hospitality,
ard in this room Her/1 wrote page alter page of Irs
diary: the account of his meeting with the Kaiser;
his plans f,r reconstruction of Jerusalem's slums,
and his n miniscences of his problems.
The house has remained in the Stern famiy
eve, since. They have transformed it into a family
storehouse in which memories-of Herzl and family
relic- and antiquities intermingle. Michael Stern
was Herzl's ho.t. and he considered the preserve-
tion of the house with its historical associations, a
national responsibility imposed on him. Upon hi<
death in 1944 at the age of % he passed the re-
sponsibility on to his family, and today Meir Stein,
as the third generation, is faithful to the trust.
Here is the chair in which Herzl sat; the tab'e
at which he wrote his diaries; th" huge cupboard m
which he hung bis clothe*; the symphonium. or old
music box. which Herzl listened to. and all the little
things which set the period of Herzl's visit.
die enters 18 Mamilla Rd. through Michael
Stern's original store, which dea's with sundries:
toiletries, notions, etc. Behind the counter are the
family i .mis, filled with souvenirs and mementoes
of the past.
A lew years ago plans were announced for the
leveling of the whole ma on which would be con-
structed a new. gleaming tourist and hotel center.
M Ir Stem led a c:\\c protest which elicited gov-
ernmental promise that no matter what was done.
the o'.d Herzl House would be preserved in its or-
iginal form as an historical shrine. It would thus
be an exotic enclave, nestling among the hotels and
Cafes, boutiques and swimming pools of a modern
tourist center.
In the meantime. Meir Stern welcomes all who
wish to come and see and hear his stock of endless
stories. Tourists who have already been to all the
standard sights, wou'd well enjoy a visit here. Do
not expect a museum with glass cases, or careful
attention to aesthetic display. It is a home of peo-
ple who in all their genteel shabbinesa have sur-
rounded themselves with memories of their past.
It is not a museum. It is the real thing
There is no admission charge, and there is
nothin; you ha\e to buy. though you may find some
unusuul arts and crafts items, or antiques with
which Stern might be willing to part. At the very
least, if you are an irrdeemab'e romantic perhaps
you would attach sentimental value to a tube of
toothpaste purchased from the dark and dingy
store out front, back of which Thvodor Herzl once
slept.
The 'Golden' Golda
/(>:.!>l.\ days ABE NOW bein | : mi I in this
itntry I h Mi ir. Israel's I' nier, hit ing
bet fnrthoominn. visit to meet with President Nixon,
March I. She will h honored as
never before by President Nixon
and the American Jewish ommu-
nit v
NiXOn is inter- -t, I to -how his
friendship to Israel in a demon-
strative manner. He ha- shown
I! during his firsi term as U.S.
President by -applying Israel for
the past tour years with |1.2 bil-
lon worth of arms, mostly on a credit basis to help
Israel shoulder the burden of d Tense He Is also
inter, sted in showing his affection for Golds who
made an inde'iMe impression on him in her last visit
to Washington 13 months ago.
Contrary to France, where Golda was harassed
by the Fiench government to a point where a hotel
refused to a-cept room reservations (or her during
her visit there last month. Nixon is anxious to show-
that in the United States Golda is most welcome.
He w II emphasize this by a state dinner.
American Jewry, too. will disp'ay special affec-
tion foi Golda during her visit here. She has ai- '
ways lieen admired by Jews in this country and
was always given hearty receptions. This time, how-
ever, the reception in New York will he something
different It will be in grand style and will demon-
strate the doe*, love which Jews feel for her in every '
American city.
Active leaders in Jewish Federations the conn- j
try oxer and local chairmen of the United Jewish
Appeal will represent their respective communities '
at an impressive gala dinner whtti the United
Jew! h Ainn-al is arranging in her honor March 5
The dinner ill be a holiday affair celebrating the
23th anniversary of the State of Israel and Go'das
rath birthday which falls on May 3.
Other festivities are being planned by other-
Jewish organisations and institution- Celebratkmfl
in Coda's honor will be held in many synagogues
and in Jewish schools. These will be the kind of
festivities that will put American Jewry in a Go|.
den Mood" and which will find their reflection
among Jews all over North America
United Jew-is., Appeal leaders are certain
hat Goldas visit will stimulate greater giving for '
Israel among all elements of American Jewry ["hey
know that the UJA will raise more money In 1ot5
than In any previous year in its history. But h >w
much mo,,-- Thi, will be known by the Ume^he
leaves for Israel.
nartS". NiXon:MHr ,al1" Washington are ex-
pect,,, to rem.o.ce the fcxisting firm relationship
hctween hc I ,u,e,IS,al(s,;,,,,, AMh((,ta^
steps will also, no doubt, be considered to retfu
Arab-Israel tensions and prevent new hostilities
Preceding Mrs. Meir's visit to Washington was .
I g Hu-sem of Jo,,,,,, Avisil from the Soviet
boss Leonid Brezhnev also to Nixon will fallow
e* Hit STi h b",iCf in "*"* i. how.
ever that the key to an understanding between the
Aiab countries and Israel lies not in Jordan, where
"'king has indicated a more willing attitude
toward an arrangement with Israel, but in Egypt
The long-standing view of the U.S. government
is that peace conditions cannot be imposed by
and fhVT'r n ISraeI r ,h" Arab ^L.ies
term! I ***** ^^ "<*>tiate their own
torn, of peace. The Soviet Union is opposed to this
Wew. In this respect. Brezhnev's visit will require
Jewish watrhing. ^
vearK!-,.V',Tly J2"! f' "" VJ* ""^S" "
year are the Jewish Federations throughout the
n.ty fund-iaism* advocated by levin, Bham of Bui- j
rnore, prudent of the CouncU of Jewish Federa-
te MdI Welfare Funds, the Federations whirl,
ate the financial backbone of the UJA and of
local and domestic Jewish institutions are broad- ,
pun* their bases this yea, in the triangle of Jew- .
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Section B

Israelis Strike Into Lebanon;
Munich Terrorist Mauled
By Special Report
TEL AVIV Israeli com-
tnandoa struck deep into the
heart of Lebanon Wednesday.
mauling Arab terrorist bases at
which the men who took part
in the Munich and Lod massa-
cres trained last year.
Rabin 9s Mission
In Retrospect
Gen. Yitzhak Rabin's four years
as Israel's ambassador in Washing-
ton spans a period in which the
vague, largely rhetorical U.S. com-
mitment to the Jewish state was
transformed into a quasi-altiance.
During Gen. Rabin's tenure, Is-
rael received more American mili-
tary and economic aid than in the
previous 20 years of Israel's his-
tory. Another accomplishment he
can be equally proud of is Presi-
dent Nixon's pledge to defend Is-
rael from an imposed settlement.
ambassador because he did not be-
lieve in more evasion than requir-
ed by national defense.
It is perhaps true that Gen.
Rabin was less popular with Jews
than Gentiles. American Jews tend
to prefer an Israeli ambassador
who does not rock the boat, whose
strong quality is speeches be
they at the L'.N. or at community
functionsand who defers to them
or at least seems to defer to
them on matters involving Is-
rael's requests from the United
Until 1969, Washington's support States.
of Israel was restrained by appre-
hensions over threats of retalia-
tion against commercial and politi-
cal interests in Arab lands. It was
during these past three years that
American diplomacy sought to iso-
late its relationship with Arab
states with the paradoxical re-
sult of improved relations with
Arab states.
This historic change reflects a
new interpretation of regional U.S.
No great speechmaker. even less
of a Heimisch storyteller and a
total loss when It comes to jokes.
Gen. Rabin did however, earn a
reputation in U.S. officialdom as a
man who talks sense and offers in-
cisive analysis.
"You always know exactly where
you stand with him," said one high
American official who dealt with
him frequently these past years.
"We like to think of ourselves as
Military headquarters hero
said eight Israelis were wounded,
but that B of the commando*
were successfully eradiated fey
helicopter after a landing front
the aea northeaat of Trtpoll
caught the Arabs by surprise.
Lebanese and terrorist sources
reported 12 to 18 persons killed
in the strike, but Israeli officials
said the death count among the
guerrillas was "in the dozens."
The strike by sea at fiu-ilttu.-.
used for training by the so-
called "Black September" move-
ment was executed flawlessly
onl>- hours after Israel launched
her first super uiisaUe boat.
A champagne bottle that re-
sisted the efforts of Prime Min-
ister Golda Meir was shattered
by an Israeli navy man on his
second try. Considerable pub-
licity given to the Haifa debut
of the new ctess of warships
was believed associattd with an
intensive effort to sell Israel-
made weaponry abroad.
interests defined within a global running our foreign policy the way
framework determined in the
White House, and then implement-
ed in the Near East Affairs divi-
sion of the State Department pre-
sided over by Joseph Sisco, a non-
ArabisL
With all due respects to the
Nixon Doctrine and to Dr. Henry
Kissinger's balance of power the-
sis, some credit should be given to
Gen. Rabin's influence his in-
sistence on what he calls practical
matters and his focusing on direct
dealings with the White House.
In Gen. Rabin. U.S. officialdom
and public met the Sabra a di-
rect, non-nonsense, down-to-earth
soldier, a typical product of the
new Hebrew civilization in the
Middle East. His predecessors
Eliahu Elath, Abba Eban and Av-
raham Herman were polished
diplomats rooted in European cul-
ture, talented phrase-makers, at
home in several cultures.
If the essence of diplomacy is
ambiguity and disguise. Gen. Rabin
is indeed "an undiplomat," as the
Washington Post suggested in an
editorial urging his recall because
of exceeding "the traditional and
reasonable limits'* of an ambassa-
dor by expressing preference for
an American presidential candi-
date.
In his contacts with the Ameri-
can press, public and officials. Gen.
Rabin was indeed remarkably out-
spoken.
His candor and plain language
were appreciated by Americans.
He was a popular and effective
Gen. Rabin ran his embassy: on
the ball, missing nothing." This Is
how one veteran U.S. administra-
tor summed it up 'There is noth-
ing false or put-up about him" re-
marked another key American pol-
icy-maker, "Rabin is for reaL"
Gen. Rabin did not always
praise Nixon administration poli-
cies "We have never had It so
good," was an oft-repeated public
remark of his only in 1972. He at-
tacked the 1969 iniatJve of Secre-
tary of State William Rogers
calling for Israel's withdrawal
from all but insubstantial parts of
occupied territory before the
Cabinet decided to reject it.
He was sharply critical often
on Kol Israel and before his im-
mediate superior Abba Eban an-
nounced his position of Amer-
ican moves designed to bring about
a ceasefire and then a reopening
of the Suez Canal
At this stage of U.S.-Israel re-
lations it seems to have paid off
to make use of Gen. Rabin's pref-
erence for the concrete and the
clear-cut, and his talent for anal-
ysis and hard bargaining. A few
attacks on editorial pages and in
the Jewish community seem like
a negligible price to pay for his
candor and toughmlndedness.
These are qualities that stood him
and Israel in good stead these past
four years, during which emerged
a special U.S.-lsrael partnership
based less on Israel's accommo-
dation of the senior partner than
on the strength and integrity of
the junior partner.
U.S. Alivah Fall-Off Analyzed
JERUSALEM Zionist Organization Executive, said this week that the causes for
the decline in aliyah from the Western nations, particularly the
United States, stemmed from objective conditions in those coun-
tries and in Israel.
Mr. Pineus spoke at the meeting of the Zionist General Council
(actions committee) where the reduced Immigration from the
affluent West and the state of Jewish education in the diaspora
were major agenda items.
He attributed the decline in immigration from the U.S. to a
waning of emotional fervor among Jews as the Six-Day War re-
ceded into history and to the fact that America was "regaining its
social equilibrium."
On the other hand, he said, Israeli society was viewed as more
materialistic and less idealistic. He urged olhn to speak out against
faults they found in Israeli society and said if they did so "con-
structively, net carpingry" they would be listened to.
West Germany Won't Aid Airlift
BONN (JTA) A foreign office spokesman ruled out Feb. 15
any possibility of Wesit Germany helping to finance the Vienna-
Tel Aviv airlift for Soviet Jewish immigrants. In December, 1971.
the Israeli government appealed1 to the Intergovernmental Commit-
tee for European Migration (ICEM) in Geneva for extra funds to
help finance the airlift. Many countries responded, especially the
United States, by providing extra funds over and above normal an-
nual contributions to ICEM.
The West German section of ICEM has been trying unsuccess-
fully to persuade the Bonn government to give more than its
annual two million DM general payment to ICEM. Because of the
increasing number of Jews leaving Russia ICEM funds set aside for
the Vienna-Tel Aviv airlift have become inadequate. ICEM officials
in Bonn beueve that the West German government has been shy
about providing specific contributions for fear of jeopardizing rela-
tions with the Arab states.
Goren Asks Matzohs For Soviets
JERUSALEM (JTA)-Acting in response to a plea from
Jewish political prisoners in the Soviet Union, Chief Rabbi Shlomo
Goren has cabled Soviet authorities urging them to supply Jewish
prisoners with matzohs for the Passover holiday and to permit them
to practice their religion freely in accordance with their conscience.
The Ashkenazic Chief rabbi said that if he receives a favorable
response from the authorities he is prepared to send the Jewish
prisoners in Russia packages of matzohs and other Passover foods
sufficient for all their needs.
Rabbi Goren said he cabled the International Red Cross in
Geneva asking its intervention. He has also asked the chief rabbis
of Britain, France and Switzerland and the presidents of rabbinicrvl
organizations in the United States to use their good offices to see
to It that Jewish prisoners in the USSR, are adequately supplied
for Passover.
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i i.iv nl Pam'iel Fricdland Lecture
His in. ii will !" "Ethics and Re-
l in i. Ilivals "i' Part net s?"
Tin 11 r,\ ocation and dinner m i
Seminary's 1 1th. All have beei
l !ii in Temple Envinu-1 ~\ o
.1 i mi 11 ach and the Diploma
Motel, Hollywood. The twin event:
. '" -I ; aim Jewish leaders acro&
iii m .. wi"li the Seminary':
'in .,l |MOg] gnu am; needs.
The Jewish Theological Sen
Innry of America trains rabbis
cant us, elementary and secondary
school ; achers I'm synagogue an
'i1. m schools, eoUoge-levc
;iivi specialized profes
siona's ii: [wist-; at institutions ol
hi her learning and with thi
ii mcrous educational, cultural
; ivice and other agencies ol th
J< wIsli communlt)
The Seminary has schools i'
Now VniU. Los Angeles and Jeru-
salem, Is.ai'l. with an onrulbnani
o\er 4.000 st idents. In addttiot
in it< academic programs, ih
.-I... II..I-.. conducts m number o1
s :holarly Institutes; sjxinsors iw>
p.. iii.n.-iii. broadcast radio an
television programs: the award
winning "Eternal Light" series or
the NBC networks, anil th.
Directions" seriea on the ABC-
TV network, it is also theaponao.
of the Jewish Museum of New
Yoik.
The citation of Sen. Percy an
Gov. Askew at the exercises in
Temple Kmaim-Kl will Ih." by I>i
Max Arzt, vice chancellor of tin
Seminary,
Citation of the seven others wil
. i by Rabbi Stanley .'. Schachter.
lh Seminary's assistant chan
ellor.
The si\i-n who will receive thi
ommunit) service award, threi
.mim t.'.e Greater Miami aiea, are
David L. Benstock if Miam'
I (each and Brightwaters, N V.
logical supplies manufacturer;
Herbert K. Cummings of Chi
go an in lustrialisi;
I .< oiiat d \v. Fi iedland ol Miami
'i ach, .i loud stores executive;
Paul Boi man ol k'troit, ,i super-
ket exi cutive;
Jos *i h M. Drexler of Not th
: Beach and N w York,
i it lie acco ;ntanl and banker;
' Yuentman of 'I oledo, 0
- ,, l company executive, and
i;. Wayn 'I'.- ni nbaum, To oi ti
i leall ii and lai I dei -'ii iper,
S Percv i< < member of tin
n Relations, Government
i itiniis and Joint Econ im
i immil tees ol the Senate, its
(elect Committee on Nutrltioi
rid Human Needs and its sj i <
mitte on the Aging, He has
en n the S nate aim his elei
lion hi 1966. He Hist came to pub
' c notice in 19 18 when lie
. imi d president and chief e c i
Israel Olympian Here Wednesday
To Address ZOA Beach Meeting
Dr. Shaul i adany, first membex
ot Israel's Ol.mnk team to visit
the United States since the Munich
tiagedv, will address a Zionist
Organization of America meetint
Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Eden
Roc Hotel.
Dr. adany, a woi Id chami ton
n i rathon walker wiio re >ivs. "ted
I ;ael in Muni -h In the 50-kilom-
i ter walk, is one "f eight al
who esca e attack li> Arab
in roilsts whirn icsiiited in the
tli ath oi H lsiaeli 'l 'mpic team
i icmliei s and. of:iciais
On his sneaktns: tour m mor(v
j than 15 communities. Dr. Ladan
will give Ills eyewitness account
:md impressions of the A
!Incident. He will discuss his ,.,,.
try's attitude towards Wesl <;,.,-.
man and Olympic authorltii | .ii.
ings on fielding a team In 1H76
rmitv arrangements for ath etfc
i teams competing abroad an I as-
1 stance civen the families of the
1 il slain Israelis.
He a'so will talk about the
ev topment, stat i in I op.
I u'nrit) nl si orts in Israel
DR. SHAUL LADANY
Heart Sunday Volunteers
Some 10 I 0 Heai I S indaj voi
ntecrs, from North Dade ti
-i. a i. ill be nakin : a door
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ran i S inday, accordii g to Hea I
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DR. GERS0N COHEN
ive officer of the Hell and Howell
'o. He kvas 29 years of asje at
'.f time, one of the youngest men
i the country's historj to be
:.iied to so high a corporate post.
l)r. Cohen, the new chancellor
; the Seminary, also rose to prom-
iwnce at an early time. Not yet
i years of age, he was pmfessor
i Jew sh History at Columbia
h sit> and director of its
nter of Israel an I Jew Ish Studies
i iisi ol the decade of the six-
es. Prior to that he was chiel
brarian at tlie Jewish Theological
eminary. The Seminary's library,
.ih over 250,000 volumes and
?,000 rare manuscripts, some dat
ng to before the 'Jib Century c.i:.,
considered the world's most im-
ortant collection of Judaica and
lebraica.
Dr. Cohen whs named chancelloi
I the Seniinaiy and president of
- Faculties last July 1. In addi-
lon to these ]>osts. he is the Sem-
niiy's Jacob H. Sehiff Profcssoi
if Jewish History. The convocation
nid dinner will be his first major
ppearancos in this part of the
ountry.
Admission to the convocation !
ill lx' Free, on a first-rome. tlrst-
nvd basis, witii tiekets available i
om the office of Temple Kmann- !
I. Attendance al the dinner will
i- by invitation only.
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You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
THE TRADITIONAL PURIMQUEEN ESTHER HAIL SEUDAH
Sunday, March lHth. 1973-6:30 P.M.
Fontainebleau Hotel
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jewjsMforldttari
JNF !{(>% ing Aiiilmssadoi'Ai Chevrah Kadisha
Sil^H Saliiie WH&&?\> ; Organized Here By
.v.......:*!;, ::.,,,;,;'., 'Orthodox Kehillah
a f
. la 1.1! a pi [vatp
" ; sli in : jshem
il to save : kranian Ji ..
I tana
[[- Jewish National tn 1917. when, the Jtussian Rewo-
f-uiH I-. nodal .,n. vuJJ be anwoB'.:Uon started, fc( ,,. ith. Ki
r-K.ii, b,I the SUvtfi Sa..... i, sky.AWy.Jn A9iB, alter the-vvai
israe sj iho JNF of
America i :i i i ,u l.
A >i> tntwi u American i
It-pn > iu: >i\t< in I .. : ,ii !. 15, i A
I Ian n Varden rei ers thi i I ; "
]> ,ia n iii Kishen. v, > hi re hi w -
loin. Hi nts lefl hin I
his tv o !... r brothers and two
"~ sians.
Hanan was left a th I is
moth" hi l-.op. that the R is tans
v' '" <) "M (n 1920 i
jyonsan, and young child, and spare fnited States
ll'S
to give i
mil)
banking b isi-
A Communit) Chevrah Kattylsha
'- been organized under the
; ;slr- "' ,h..... K)
" i"* i Miami, Rabbi TiftW h.
Stern announced .' In ida -. The
w organisation wit] nl
rituals i ss iciatcd with
honoring lseda
Dr. Cohen Talks At Einauu-El
> Dr ; son Cohen, chancellor ol ici at '
tlu Jewish, ThSoJorflcal SevlnaG :" "':'- '"' lA I
rffteiat Dr. t" m. ivtll i !
" v ""''1 wil1 he lesl .peat
i-" i lay nil It at the |:1 ;... I i '
back !> Rouman a,
R tchi ;. .vho lat< r
1 came his wifi. She was h
; atin Ann ri an Depart m nt ol
'' I. and publisher i| b por.
ese newspai i r at the time.
Tii 1904, when Theodore Herzl
i n was ai sad a
I er I m. FIoi annali in Kishci \
i Je\ s in their I ht
' Hion. This earned
1.....iail i nt nee, but he scaiied
to I ... ii iten I wit 10 I a
;. v.. i Palestine \.;>- s;ill
the rule ol the Turks.
Altho ; h there uas no .. Hi i noi
1 in r co mi at that
x ard i n -nteied the masia
''' Ii '' Il in Toi usulem, and
also c i tin e I his v oi k w ith the
1 ; Pa cstlni w] -h was
i
\ ritual director will be avail-
!e on a 24-hour basis for imme-
diate i for toth men and
'"' n, Rabl i Stern s ii I. The
Community Chevrah Ka.ldisha will
\i operated on a non-profit basis,
>< ith all income to be d stributed
: '" the for Jewish communal causes allo-
wbete he ente ated by the Orthodox Kehillah
:.n.i complete I his e Ii cation at
Dropsle College, part of Ti nplc Rnbbl Stem called for -com
I University, and v m n l: '>-"''' support ol the n w
1022 in Philadelphia. There he* ""Kanteatton.
I -im. director of the J sh
N'ational Fund West Coast livi
on, with offi ea lr : \n_vi, s
- nd Seattle. Albert instein, .'- in
...
I'm VS. and Dr, IsraePt iold
were all < m turaj cd to
INF Foundat on bj Mr. Yarden.
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;.; Jew, aftei the a< of 15
Id noi stay in Palestine with I
.. ort, he di i ssed i'i pirl's
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a ci ! .mining the wives in an Orthodox
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rscai'Ing to Roumania, two wit-
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. a.t.e.1 to tret away by living without
Temple Members Honored
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during Hie iasl : the
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'i.-londek were zuesfs i>f the Sis-
.'ihood at the funi tion.
Bailes Ks|khioI
Following Borge
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Victor Borgc and his in .
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in uat 8:30 p.m. every evening ex-
cept Saturday when shows will
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Foil .win v ;toi i' into t'l
P ',v'> i ;- will be "Bailes Espan-
i les" featuring a i n my ol
youns Spanish |>orfi m i p u-
in? F. ij, 27, the song-and-dance
my will rla> throu h S in-
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Friday, February 23, 1973
Hadassah Education Day; |ZOA Honors
Burdine's Fashion Show Sen- Jackson
"Jewish Values and the Modern
Man" will be the theme of Edu-
cation Day to be held on Monday,
at the Algiers Hotel from 10 to
2:30 p.m., sponsored by the Miami
Bca^h Chapter of Hadassah. it was
announced by Mrs. Sanford Jacob-
son, education chairman.
Guest speakers win be Dr. Isaac
Fein. Dr. Allen Rutchik and Rabbi
S. T. Swirsky.
Dr. Fein received his secondary
ication at the Her. liah High
School, in Tel Aviv. Israel, MA in
philosophy at the University of
Vienna. PhD in History from
Dropsie University, Philadelphia,
And is professor emeritus at Bal-
timore Hebrew College. He Is the
author of "The Making of an
American Jewish Community."
Dr. Rutchik is a clinical psy-
chologist in private practice and
on the staff of the Community
30 Rabbis Needed
To Assist Aliyah
30 Rabbis from the United
States are needed to aid in the
absorption of the new aliyah in
new towns 'and settlements in
Israel, Rabhi Itamar said, on his
a: rival this week in New York
Suitable arrangements have
been made by the Israeli govern-
ment for the purpose of recruiting
O.-ihodox rabbis who will be will-
ing to come for at least 6 months.
Rabbi Itamar, director of the
Southern Region of the Ministry
fice will pay rabbis a salary and
.v range suitable housing through
the local community council.
They will face the challenge and
rewarding experience of helping
'.1 the absorption of new olim. in
l>ersonal counseling and In the pro-
inamming of community events.
r. such communities as Beershi ..
Ashkelon. Arad. Netivot and
Chemesh.
"Chef "calls it Ravioli
momma
calls it
Kreplach
So what's the difference so
long as it's delicious? The
taste of Chef Boy-Ar-Dee*
Cheese Ravioli is enough
to make your mouth water.
Just like Kreplach with
zippy cheese in the middle.
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee# Ravioli
is simmered in thick to-
mato sauce and more
cheese for real Italian
ta'am. And at about 20* per
serving it's the best buy in
mechayehs this side of
Roma. -
I Mental Health Clinic. His special
fields of interest are conjoint mar-
ital therapy, and group psycho-
therapy. He bol.ds_ii.PhD degree
in clinical psychology from the
University of Miami.
Rabbi Swirsky is a professor of
Oriental History at -Miami Dade
Junior College and is the spiritual
leader at Beth Jacob Congregation.
Education vice presidents of the
> groups of the Miami Beach
Chapter are members of the com-
mittee.
A fashion preview by Kasper.
for J. L. Si*)rt, will be presented !
b\ Burdine's on Miami Beach for j
the chapter according to Mrs.
Fmanuel Ment/;. president.
New life members, sensors.
group presidents, group mcml>er-
ship vice presidents and life mem-
bership chaiimen, were invited to
attend this Coffee and Sweet" on
} riday, 10 a.m. in the Hibiscus
Tea Room. Admittance by invita-
tion only.
Members of the chapter
'rittee are: Mrs. Hyman Chi
membership vice president;
Jack Miller, membership
ordinator; Mrs. Joseph Mondres.
life membership chairman, and
Mrs. Murray Cohen, re-enrollment
chairman.
By Special Report
NEW YORK The Zionist Or-
ganization of America announced
this week establishment of a
permanent scholarship at its Kfar
Agricultural High School
In Israel in honor of Sen. Henry
M. (Scoop! Jack-son of Washing-
ton.
The scholarship, to be awarded
annually, will give a deserving
Isiaeli youth a full sear's tuition,
room and board at the Kfar Silver
school, which is situated on the
'/.' >A's 520-acre campus near Ash-
kclon.
The Z( IA established the schol-
arship in recognition of Sen. Jack-
sons "unique contributions to the
cause of human rights and social
justice at homo and abroad" and
his "distinguished leadership in
support of a sound United States
foreign policy furthering the de
1 icto alliance now existing" be-
tween the cs. and Israel.
Ribicoff, Javits Head Israel '25'
By Special R-|K>rt |of tne American Committee for
Isiael's 25th Anniversarv Celebra
NEW YORK Two .if ihe own- ; ti()I1 sai(]: \Ve are indeed fbrh>
hy*s most distinguished political ate to have these dedicated
, .. Sen. Jacob K. Javits of American statesmen as the leaden
New York, and Sen. Abraham A. vl a country-wide salute on TtA
Ribicoff of Connecticut, will serve ground May E and 7. to bo r'.arr
:... nvK< nil chairmen "t the tt/tinatarl in hv vact mi. '.
. co-lt ral .........
.-. nmittee for Israel's
chairmen
American
..."Hi Annivi rsary <"< lebration.
Their appointments were an-
nounced this week by Jacob Stein,
chairman of the Conferenc* ol
Presidents ol Major American
j u ish 1 irganizations.
Mr. Stein, who also is chairman
ticipated in by vast numb
Americans of all faiths."
Both Sen. Javits and Sen RJbj.
roff are heirs of the outst
public and communal leadership
provided by the late Sen. H .
11 Lehman, who was the chai n
nf a similar committee to cell
Israel's loth anniversarv.
com-
bner.
Mrs.
co-
Hynotisi To Entertain
Brotherhood of Temple Beth El
will hold a paid-up complimentary
stag dinner for members only.
Wednesday, in the temple's Tobin
Auditorium.
Entertainment will feature Dr.
Mitchell, hypnotist.
DristanTabfets can
relieve more virus cold
symptoms than
aspirin flie leading seltzer
any time capsule you can buy.
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*"" "* Mist uHlr isTtj
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March 10
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Friday, February 23. 1973
Hebrew Academy Schedules
Cultural Arts Exhibition
Students at Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy will participate
in a Cultural Arts Day Wednesday
that will feature everything from
opera to pottery making.
The special event is being*super-
vised by Mrs. Henrietta Shapiro.
elementary school English super-
visor, and Mrs. Jerome Goldman,
an art teacher at the Miami Beach
school and a professional artist.
Among the events that the
nearly 50 students in Grades 1-6
will be treated to will be a presen-
tation by the Opera Guild of
Greater Miami, featuring Ruth
Rafio, lyric coloratura, Stephen
Dulx)v, baritone and Warren
Broome, piano accompanist. The
naj rator for the program will be
Walter Palevoda, under the direc-
tion of Loren/o Alvary.
Also on the program that will
run from 9 to 3 will be dancing
by students of the Diana Avery
School of Dance; poetry reading
by the Association of Florida
Poets, led by Jordan Davidson, and
a variety of arUs and crafts pres-
entations.
The Lowe Art Gallery and the
Beaux Arts Docent will present a
Slide show.
Among the crafts participants
will be Carol Garrison, a Dade
Junior College South instructor,
who will perform stitchery; Posy
Vdler, a professional ceramist and
potter; Dorothy Bosco, who will
SllOW jewelry designing, and Chilfie
Fmmerman. a professional weaver.
Ceramic pieces by Juanita May
and copper works by Jim Luke
1 will lie on display along with art
work and crafts work by junior
i and senior high school students
at the school. An exhibit of Israeli
jewelry will be shown and Jose-
phine Damler and her daughters
will demonstrate Irish folk dances.
The event is being held in con-
junction with the school PTA's
three-day book fair that starts
Monday. Mrs. Leonard Gritz. PTA
president, said hundreds of books
will be on display in the school's
covered patio in the front of the
building with proceeds being used
to expand the library.
Hours of the book fair are from
8:20 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Parents
attending the book fair on Wed-
nesday will be invited to attend
Cultural Arts Day events that will
be held in the auditorium.
.
Mrs. Marion McKinnon. pres-
ident of the South Florida
t hupter Cystic Fibrosis, has
announced that a $15,000 grant
lor the fiscal year 1973-74 has
been awarded to the OF Clinic
at the University of Miami
School of Medicine in Miami by
the National Cystic Fibrosis
Research Foundation. The clinic
is part of a nationwide network
of over 100 C/F Centers in 42
Slates which receive NCFRF
giants to fund care teaching
and research programs for chil-
dren with Cystic Fibrosis and
other lung-damaging diseases.
f: ft ft
Next genera] meeting of the
Parkway General Hospital Aux-
iliary will be held at the Sweden
House, Biscayne Blvd., on Wed-
nesday, starting at 11 air A
i t luncheon will be served
and a spring fashion preview
will be L:\vn by Marcelle Kings-
ley.
ft "ft ft
Senators Jack Gordon. Ken-
ueth Myers ami stone called a meeting Of legis-
lators, county and city officials,
housing agencies and other
concerned organizations to ini-
tiate community support for
state action on the housing cri-
The mo, ting was held on
p'eb. It!, in the County Com-
mission Chambers in the Dade
~3
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^Lli
County Courthouse on West
Flagler St.
ft ft ft
Lillian Gurlltz and Joyce
Tutoff, doing business as Ivy.
Interiors Inc. are the official
designers of the model apart-
ments at Plaza of the Americas;
n new condominium of 1600
units being constructed at 17000
Collins Ave.
ft ft ft
Ethel Hlake. South Florida
,'itist who directed the Coconut
Grove Playhouse Art Gallery for
16 years, will present a showing
of her works lor one month,
starting March 1st. at the Kings
Bay Yacht and Country Club
Art Gallery.
ft- ft ft
A free invitational chess tour-
nament is being held by the
l\e* Community School Chess
at the school. 2O770 NE 14
Ave., Tuesday evening, at 7:30
p.m. Trophies will be awarded
in different age categories.
ft ft
A benefit ball sponsored by
the I,<>gion of Brass Unim and
isukIc <"ons is scheduled for
Saturday at 9 p.m. at Henry
Milander Auditorium, Palm Ave.
and 49th St.. Hialeah. Latin,
American and rock music will
be offered by the "Manny"
Rogers orchestra.
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Beth Raphael Sets 73 JNF Banquet
The 1
Beth Ra
the 25th
anniversary of Israel
ifth annual JNF-Temple behalf of Israel, the Temple and
phael banquet, celebrating jJewish National Fund.
"Mr. and Mrs. Cramer exemplify
the true spirit of Judaism," Jay
Dermer, president of Jewish Na-
tonal Fund of Greater Miami,
said.
"In their dedication to Israel,
they symbolize the strength of
Hie people "I Israel ill redeeming
tl-.e land of Israel." the former
Miami Beach mayor said.
Rabbi David Raab of Temple
1 < til Raphael praised their gen-
crosity to the synagogue.
Cantor Saul II. Breeh. chairman
of JNF congregational activities,
lauded the Cramers for their
understanding of the needs of
Israel.
MR. AND MRS. CRAMtR
be held March 4 at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
Honorees? Mr. and Mrs. Myron
Cramer, will receive the JNF
Award for their outstanding
achievements and philanthropy on
Man Of The Year Named
A reception and luncheon spon-
sored by Ohev Shalom Con
tion will honor Alfred H. Spoiser,
past president of the Congregation,
who will be named "Man of the
Year." To be held rm Sttnday.
March 4, at 12:30 p.m. Tickets
may be obtained at the synagogue
office at 1055 Bonita Dr.
Among the community leaders who boarded
the yacht Les Amis during a reception for
the April 28 Scholarship Ball cf the Lehr-
man Day School of Temple Emanu-El are
(from left) Mr. and Mrs. Barton Goldberg,
Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mr. and
Mrs. Carol Greenberg. The Greenbergs
hested the nautical party. Mr. Golberg,
president of Jefferson National Bank of Mi-
ami Beach, is a director of Temple Emanu-El.
The Greenbergs are cochairmen of the
Scholarship Ball which will benefit the
South's largest Conservative Hebrew day
school, named in honor of Rabbi Lehrman.
Cn board the yacht Les Amis at a plan-
ning meeting fcr the Scholarship Ball of
the Lehrman Day School to be held April
"28 "at Tomple Emanu-El are. left to right,
(standing) Lionel Bosc-m, Judge Herbert S.
Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Paskow, and
(seated) Mrs. Mas Perlstein, left, and Mrs.
Shapiro. Judge Shapiro is president of the
Miami Beach congregation and Mis. Perl-
stein is principal of the Lehrman Day School.
Reception on the S. S. Florida followed
Temple Belli Shalom's anniversary concert
at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Pictured
(left to right) are Dr. Leon Kronish, rabbi;
Judy Drucker, Great Artists' Series chair-
man; Richard Tucker, soloist; Mrs. Eli Kat-
zin and Mr. Katzin, synagogue president,
and James S. Knopke, vice president. Miami
Philharmonic Orchestra shared the program
with Mr. Tucker. /


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Friday, February '23, 1973
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Annual 4uction
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tickets,
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tor pickinc up and stoi ing mer-
Proceeds will 1 to the
University of Miami Is and
tionai Children's Car-
diac Hospital.
Young 1 <>>!('. -I oups which u ill
lid In the ai cl Ion, Include Ixplorer
I osts, Pai amedics from hiRh
chools, the [nter-fraternity Coun-
cil and Panhellenic Society of the
! niversity of Miami.


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Fund in Israel.
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n. A iish Congres vul it ion' 1 fa
- ; 1 p.m. at t hi
Outlining plans foi the Wednesday nigh! dinner of Yeshiva
id Mesivta Torah Vodaath, which will honor Miami found-
ers of !he national rabbinical seminary Wednesday night
a! the Crown Hotel, are these lecders of the banguet. (From
5. T Swirs>cy rabbi of Eeth Jacob Congregation and
keynote spsn}-:ar- Rabbi rinchas Briskman, assistant to
the decn cf Yeshiva and Mesivta Torah Vodaath, and Wil-
i G. Mechanic, associate chairman of the dinner and
master of ceremonies who is also president of Beth Jacob.
Rabbi Swirsky To Speak
For Yeshiva And Mesivta
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'(.in 1 '. Acadi my, has been named
ate chairman tor the dinner.
.Lin ,i,ci ,1.1 ni hi Mr. Mechanic'!
Iipotntmem was made hy Rabbi
j'knciias Briskman, assistant to the
O'aii ol Uf Brooklyn-headquarter-
'. leshiw. and Ifwtvta Torah
Vwdwtti.
Jacob K Modanaky, past pros-
H'lit 01 Knaaeth Israel Congraga-
llfl and an active leader for the
[threw Academy and iho Louis
Poul Newman In New Film
"Tne Life and Times of Judge
":oy Bean" starring Paid Newman
- among new films opening Fri-
a> at Wometco Theatres, It will
* *own at the Micraele and
'.ni'). Other films starting Friday
n Trick Baby" at the Miami
ad -'7th Awe. Drive-in; "The
Haartbreak Kid" at the Carlyta
ad 167th St., and Across 116th
SttaJet at the North Dad-
Singers Plan Social
Tin- Miami Beach Community
- ill hold a monthly soda1
Saturday at the Washington Fed
rail 1234 Washington Ave at t
n Thv program for the eveninj
wttj Include entertainment, dam
"ni sJngaJongs. '
ItZI r M Si\ la High School
.....ral chairman of the dinnei.
lid Mi M el in u I act as
taster ol remoi
' !: I' .n of
I of 111.
I a Ii der foi
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ttee. I
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th, whi h
'" "l Orthodox rabbis in the
nit< .1 .siales
Rabbi Stanley Rabinowitz spir-
;tual leader of Adas Israel Con-
1 gregation in Washington, D.C.,
has been designated chairman
of the 73rd annual convention
cf the Rabbinical A-sembly. in-
ternational association of c^n-
srvalive '. bis. The announce-
ment was medo by Rabbi Ju-
iah Nadich, Rabbinical A
bly president. The annu rl con-
vention of the rabbinical g
. .
abbi R
sh Theological Seminary of
Lmerica, from which ha holds
an honorary doctorate in He-
brew letteis. Recently he was
appointed to the executive com-
mittee of the Seminary's board
~f directors.
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DOOMED
AS A FREE SOCIETY??
* INCREASING PRESS CENSORSHIP!
* INCREASING POLICE POWERS!
* INCREASING TOGETHERNESS of GOVT!
Public Affairs Committee
THE YM-YWHA OF GREATER MIAMI
Presents
Louis WOLFSON
This Monday evening February 26th at 8 p.m.
in an open forum, as part of the American values
scries. Free to citizens of all ages.
Held in the Grand Ballroom 8500 SW 8th St
DR. WILLIAM M. GLANTZ
end
DR. GEORGE M. GLANTZ
\\ i-h to announce the opening of an
office for the practice of urolog) at
2500 E. Hauandale Beach Blvd.
Suite 104
Hallandale. Florida
921-1717 b} appointment onlv
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IS SERVING VS CHAIRMAN OF THE
MIAMI FOUNDERS D1WVRR AM)
MESIVTA TORAH VODAATH
which will take place this coming Wednesday eveninfl 63C
P.M. at the Crown Hotel. Mr. Modansky is past president ol
the Knesseth Israel Congregation and i, weH known for hfs
many activities as a member ,od leader of the Misrscbi O^am
MNM, Hebrew Academy, Mesivta of Greater Mi^i. Jewish
National Fd and the .sra.1 Bonds Organization. _!
Serving with Mr. Modansky a, associate chairman is Jf
outstanding citizen of the Greater Miami communrty, Oscar B.
" ap,ro. Mr. Schapiro's name is synonomou, with philan
7C MUSM' 5p-ial,V ^-.tiona. institutions both here mi
I11. '7' Mr ""^ ^ 'orward to greeting h.....V
fnends a. the Wednesday evening affair


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Chassidic Music Festival
Features Berele Saltzman
Ber*te Saltzman. renowned for
h's renditions of Yiddish folk songs
and Russian Chassidic melodies,
BKRKLE SAI.T7.MAN
..ill appeal March i at
i 'hassi lie Music Festival in
'I"'
the
the
Miami Beach Auditorium.
The festival is being presented
by the Lubav.tch Youth Organlza- I
tion of creator Miami, directed by
Shmuel Pershko.
Florida regional office of the
Mcrkos L'Inyonei Chlnuch, Rabbi
Abraham Knrf. regional director,
sionsors the event.
Also on the | rogram are Ell
Lipskcr and his Chassidic s nging
und dancing troupe.
Born in Cracow in 1936, Mr.
Saltzman was forced to flee during
World War II to Central Asia.
He remained in seclusion until
four y ars ago, when he was ap-
pointed head cantor of Tashkent
and conducted the High Holy Day
Services.
Before leaving Russia nt age 35,
Cantor Salt, man was offered the
opportunity to be cantor of the
Moscow Synagogue. He rejected
it to emigrate t<> Israel.
Tickets to the March 10 concert
are available at the Miami Beach
Auditorium, with students hall
price.
Iliree Couples Recognized
For Dedication To Israel'
. >u fes will be n coi nized
foi theii "de lieal Ion to I -\ ael" at
.:i is dm ing tiii nine weeks.
Atzmaul i Independence! Award
:.t the Roney Pla; a l"sra< 1 Dinner
ol Slate on S inday, March 11, at
tiie Fontainel leau Hotel.
The evening, which will feature
dancing and enti rtalnment by the
humoi 1st, Joey Russell, Is be ng
-, onsored bj the Greati r Miami
Israel Bond Organization. Dinner
chairmen are Sam and Kthel
1 ud< nberg. The Maidenbaums re-
tii-ed to Florida two years ago
from Forest Hills. N. Y. where
Mr. Maidenbaum was chairman of
the board of Met Food Corp.
In New York, Mr. Maidenbaum
;.- active in Young Israel of
Forest Hills, Flatbush Jewish
Center of Brooklyn, Yeshlva Etz
Chaim of Boro Park, Yeshiva
Torah Vodaath of Brooklyn, and
Yeshiva and Mesivta Toras Chaim
Ot South Shore.
He
is a Master Builder ol
leshiva University and was hon-
ored recently at the annual schol-
MR. AND MK. HAW MAIDtHBAM Brshlp dinner.
The dinner will also eommem-
Harry and Sarah Maidenbaum orate Israel's 25th anniversary of
will receive the State of Israel independence.
Astrology and ESP
Women's American ORT, South
Dude Chapter, is sponsoring a ses-
sion on astrology and ESP with
Robert Ball, guest speaker, Tues-
day at the Dade Federal. 10301 S.
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Annual Seminar For
Nurse Anesthetists
Mount Sinai Medical Center of
Greater Miami will host the Flor-
ida Association of Nurse Anesthe-
tists' annual seminar. ent'tled
"ECG Interpretation ami Ambula-
tory Programmed Learning," Sat-
urday from 9 a.m. to noon in the
i Louis E. Wolfson Auditorium.
Cardiologists and anesthesiolo-
gists will oresent lectures and ex-
hibits, followed by a memberslii-
luncheon meeting and election officers,
Pre-iVL'istration through Mount
Sinai's office of post-gra ktate
inodka! education is requested.
Paintings by Theobald
Paintings by TheoltaVl of Paris,
who studied at the Sorbonne and
Beaux-Arts de Paris, will be ex-
hibited at the I,owe-I.evirrson Art
Gallery of Temolc Beth Rho'tm
starting Frllav at 9:.'i0 p.m.
through March 9. Judy Drucker i
director and Millie Ser, codirector
of the gallery.
Cards Follow Meeting
Herzl Groun of Miami Beach
Chanter of Hftdasah wiM meet
;t the Algiers Hotel at noon Tues-
day. Mrs. Ros-> Ziegmund will w-
tide, and card games will follow
' the business meeting.
A brunch for the residents of the Seasons
South held on behalf of the CJA-IEF cam-
paign resulted in a 400 per cent increase
ever the same gifts last year. Pictured (horn
left) are Theodore Baumritter, CJA-IEF High
Rise chairman; Samuel Luskin, cosponsor
of the brunch; Dr. Leon Kronish, rabbi of
Temple Beth Sholom who was guest spea!:-
ei; Maurice H. Schwartz, honoree, and Sieg-
mund Betger, cosponsor.
Daniel Lemuel* 13 Piano Virtuoso [nConcert Here
Pianist Daniel I.essner. 13, will
perform with the Florida Memorial ,
Mixed Choral on March 2] at the I
Miami Beach Public Library. The
concert is scheduled to licgin at
' p.m. Also on the program will
be Gail Frcedlander, cellist, ac-
; mpanied by Mildred Levey, con-
ei t pianist.
An honor studi nl in Hebrew al
the Beth David Religious School,
Daniel recently received the high-
si rating granted by the Fed-
ated Music Teachers. His teacher
us Peggj Neighbors Erwin.
in January, the talented young
ruiisician reci Ived the I97.'l dis-
i I ihed Elsie Rol inson music
eholarship through the Society
foi Young Performers, headed by
Vi nder-piesident Ruth Brotman.
Daniel was heard reci ntly In an
ifternoon program on WTVJ
' h. T. and in April, will be soloist
ith the Sew Senior Symphony
Christian-Jewish Relations
Discussed Over WTVJ
Host Rev. Luthei Pierce will
look at Christian-Jewish relation-
ships with his guests. Sister Kath-
line Hargrove of Manhattanville
College in Purchase, N. Y.. and
Rabbi Herberl Baumgard of Mi-
ami's Temple Beth Am, on "The
First Estate" Sunday, at 8:30 a.m.
Produced at WTVJ. The Flrsl
Kstate" examines community
Issues and problems every Sunday.
Rabbi Baumgard is the spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Am in
South Miami and author of the
I ook "Judaism and Prayer ''
Camp Ocala Co-Owner
At National Convention
Miami Beach resident J. I. Mont-
gomery, a co-owner of Camp Ocaia,
will represent Florida's private;
Independent summer camps at thi>
American Camping Association's
forthcoming national convention
in Pittsburgh.
At the Feb. 28-March 3 meet-
ing, camp officia's will devise new
laws designed to further Improve
Standards for AC A members. Camp
Ocala. in the Ocala National For-
est, is one of the oldest young peo-
ples' summer camps In Florida.
f'iebestia under the
! aurence Sicgel.
The prodigy is the
direction of
son of 1 >i.
'.nd Mrs. Howard I
:andson of Mr. and
I. Shawmut.
essner. an:
Mrs. Ji isop .
1
DA Nf ft ItSSNIR
'Anti-Semitism in Fla."
ferson National Bank, 301 Arthui
Godfrej Rd. Program will feature
Brotherhood meeting sponsored
by the Emma Lazarus Chapter oi : Mrs> *k',c'An* who "'' s "'
B'nai B'rith Women is scheduled on "How to Combat Anti-Sem -
for Tuesday at S p.m. in the Jel- tism In Florida."
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Jerusalem of Gold
Featured in Art Show
Leading artists of Israel will be
featured in an art show highlight.
ing Israel's artistic achievement*
during her 25 years as an ind -
pendent state, at the Bacardi Im-
ports Bldg., 2100 Biscayne Blvd.,
through Friday.
Featured in the exhibit i- tin
original oil-collage by EUezo<
Weisshoff, "Jerusalem of (So'd"
done at the request of Teddy Kol-
lek. mayor of Jerusalem Poster
of this have been distrili.it' '
throughout the world.
Night Club \ffair Set
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth I
Tov has slated its annual night :
'club affair for Saturday al 9:30
! p.m. in the Saxonv Hotel. The
i vening Will feature entertainment
and dancing to a live band. In
charge of reservations are i.
1 Amies and Mildred Weiss.
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Friday, February 23, 1973
JWV Ladies Auxiliaries
Plan Members Meeting
State Of Israel Bond
Awards Highlight Function
Local units of the Department
of Florida. Ladies Auxiliaries, Jew-
ish War Veterans, will member-
lab War Veterans, will hold mem-
bership and board meetings during
the coming week.
Xonnan Brace Brown 174:
I'resident, Seema Lefkowitz, will
conduct a board meeting on Tues-
day evening at the First Federal,
SW 27th Ave. and Coral Way.
Robert K. Fran/hlau 177: Auxil-
iary and Post will hold a monthly
breakfast meeting on Sunday ;it
the Copper Penny ill Hollywood.
( n Tuesday, 8:30 p.m. auxiliary
president, Mrs. Marion Moskox tz,
m .11 hold a rej ulai I g at
Tem le Israel of Mlramar during
which nomination ol officers will
be held.
\\.-,t .Miami iv.',: On Saturday,
Auxiliary and Post will hold a
1 inl donor affaii al the Deauville
Sta Theater. On Thursday, Mar, I,
auxiliary president Natalie Rosen-
berg will preside at a regular
business meeting held at the home
ol .ur<. Samuel Grossman 5205 SW
Sf.th Court. Second nominations
and election of officers for 1973-74
will be on the agenda.
Murray Solomon 848: Cn Tues-
day at s p.m. auxiliary president
Mrs. Evelyn Loew will preside at
f
SHALOM!
SHALOM!
Israel
sends it's best to
Key Biscayne
a board meeting at the Merritt
FMementary School on Zamora
Ave.
Miami Beach 330: On Thursday,
at a regular business meeting
held at the American Legion Hall
| on Alton Rd. Bessie Gibber, pres-
ident, will hold second nominations
rid elections of officers for 1973-
74.
North Shore 677: Will hold its
i annual joint dinner donor affair
;:', the Flemenco Supper Club, 79th
St. Causeway on Sunday evening.
' At a business meeting on Wednes-
... evening at the Jefferson Na-
tional Bank Bldg., 41st St. Branch.
. auxiliary president MUUcent Whit-
; man will preside.
Abe llorrowit/. <5S>: Will hold a
board meeting on ill irsday March
1st, at 8:15 p.m. at NE 159th St.
and 19th PI., with President Belle
Morrow it/ presiding.
Point East (i!): Will run the
boutique shop of the Complex a?
a fund raising project on Monday,
ii the evening auxiliary president
Vi ra Krieger will conduct a busi-
ness meeting in the Club House
jt 8:1") p.m.
Harry II. Cohen Surfsidc-Bity
Harbor 7281 Will hold a joint social
Sunday, at 8 p.m. in the Normandy
sle Branch of Washington Fed-
eral. Mrs. Gert Cohen is program
chairman for the evening's enter-
tainment.
David and Freda Parker will
receive the State of Israel Scroll
of Honor at a festive 'Night in
Israel" on Monday at 8 p.m., at
Winston Towers 200 in Miami
Beach.
The program, which is spon-
, Cantor Yardeini
In Program Of
Jewish Songs
Mordecai Yardeini, Israeli folk
singer, cantor and RCA Victor
recording artist, will present a
rogram of Jewish folk songs
Israeli melodies and cantonal
ravers on March S in Hibiscus
Auditorium. Yardeini is a former
^resident of the Cantors Assn. of
America, is a member of the Yid-
dish Writers Union and the
Hebrew Actors Union of America.
and the author of four books.
A lyric tenor, he has appeared
on radio and television and given
concerts all over the world. He is
he composer of many Israeli, Yid-
dish and Cantorial songs which are
hi ing sung and recorded. Yardeini
holds a degree from the Union
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Mizrachi Women's Organization
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1 ncheon for Sunday, March 4, al
noon, in the Eden Roc Hotel.
Guest speaker for the afternoon
.\i!i be Mrs. Milton S. Jacobson,
national ['resident of Mizrachi
Women. The program will include
presentation of the prestigious
Ramham award to Rabbi and Mrs.
David Lehrfield.
Mrs. Hyman Kolko is Council
scholarship fund chairman, with
Mrs. Morris Zellner and Mrs.
Kubin Jacobs serving as co-
chairmen.
Mrs. Jacobson was elected na-
ti"nal president of Mizrachi
Women in 1969. She had served
as national vice president for a
two year term, and in a variety
of leadership posts at the regional
ind national levels prior to that
time.
Mrs. Jacobson is an executive
oard member ol the American
Zionist Federation and of the Con-
ference of Presidents of Major
ewish Organizations. Her special
interest has been Jewish education
ind for more than 20 years she
nas associated as teacher and ad-
ministrator of the Shulamith
School for Girls in Brooklyn, N. Y.
In 1972 Mrs. Jacobson headed
l 20-women task force to Israel
where she consulted with and in-
terviewed Prime Minister Golda
Meir, Abba Eban, Ben Gurion and
-.ther top Israelis.
sored by Women's American ORT
and the Winston Towers 200 Israel
Bond Committee, will feature en-
tertainment by the humorist, actor
and magician. Jack Malon. Mrs.
Bertha Fox is Winston Towers
israi i Bond chairman.
The Parkers are active in
Temple Sinai, and Mrs. Parker is
Ihe current president ol ORT at
Winston Towers. Mr. and Mrs.
Parker retired to Florida lour
years ago from New Rochelle.
The State ol Israel Scroll of
Honoi will b awarded to Ben and
Nina Rosenberg al a gala "Night
in Israi I" on Tues a; al thi I
Atlantic l "i ii lominium in "
Beach.
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Bond tion, the
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i atio ol the nigh-i is< apartment
ling.
A special feature ol the'evening
will be an appearance by Eddie
Schaffer, Jewish humorist and
aconteur.
Roj il Atlantic Israel Bond
chairmen are Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
P. Shiiman.
Residents of Miami Beach for
many years, the Rosenbergs are
the owners of the Victor Hotel on
(icean Dr. Mr. Rosenberg serves
as president of the Royal Atlantic
Condominium Assn. In 1972, the
Rosenbergs visited Israel.
A festive Dinner of State to
honor Israel'.- 25th anniversary
will be held at the Caesarea
Country Club on Sunday. Mar. IS.
The dinner, sponsored by Cae-
i.i Country Club under- the
pices of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organisation, will fea-
e dancing to the music; ol Lei
man and Elaine.
Dinner Chairman Sidney West-
helmet said that the special gu it
iln dinner will be Jewish
i-: and i aconteur, Eddie
Schaffer.
il bei' Henschi I will serve ;
honorary chairman for Ihe gala
dinner-dance. Mr, Hensche] and his
wife, Ida. were honored at last
ar's Dinner of State at the
country club.
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Dr. Frank Weds Dr. Kushins In Feb. 18 Ceremony
Dr. Phyllis Frank and Dr. Kabbi \lav a t in.Mh ;.;.. r
Dr. Phyllis Frank and Dr.
Lawrence Gerald Kushins e.t-
i :.i.ni:ed marriage vows on Sunday,
Feb. 1R at the Fontainebleau
Hotel where" a reception in their
., nor followed the ceremony.
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz officiated
ut the 6 p.m. nuptials.
The bride is the daughter of
i Mr. and Mrs. Sam. Frank, 17301
NE 9th Ave. Her bridegroom is the
. wri of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kushins
Fresh Meadows. N. Y.
For her wedding, the bride wore
m ivory siik organza' pown with
trim of Alencon lace, and carried
a bouquet of phaelenopsis and
stephanotis on her mother's bible.
Attending the couple were Mrs.
Susan Frank, matron of honor.
find Joel Kushins. best man.
The new Mrs. Kushins has a BA
degree from Boston University
and an MD from the University of
Miami School of Medicine.
Dr. Kushins earned his BA de-
gree at the College of William and
Mary and his MD irom Downstate
i allege' ol Medicine.
The newlyweds will make their
home in Miami.
Camp Ocala Host To 125 Students
MRS. lAViRUCt KUSH'NS
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Mona Selevan,
W. B. Meretsky
Arc Affianced
Arthur A. Selevan, 19610 NE
15th PL, has announced the en-
: of his daughter Mona
E el ley to Warren B. Men teky.
m>ii "i Mrs. Eleanor Meretsky and
! ving T, Meretsky, both of Wind-
-. ntario, Can. The future bride
the ol the late Mrs.
Selevan.
-< leel i.< .'i graduate of
: *-'' Is Sei 01 T r i -T. School
; ud i I Ohio State Iniver-
>.": Shi is a member of Alpha
Ion Phi Sorority.
New intending the University
of Detroit where he is a member
<1 Alpha Eipsiion Delta, inter-
national premedlcal honor society.
Air. Meretsky is a graduate of
Walkerville High School and at-
tendi d i 'bio State University
when hi was a member of Alpha
Fpsilon Pi Fraternity.
More than 125 students of the,
Judaica Huh School Pro-ram of'
thi Central Agency for Jewish
Education will participate in the
annual winter Shabbaton, a stu ly
weeki nd to be hi i Fridaj th
ai i ami O rala in ih Oc
ala National F m si Hei erl '/. .
Bcrgcr, i ;e rutive director
Ji wish I
I ii in ann< >nn :.
i : will take
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Rose Levy To Host
Hunter College Alums
Marilyn Berliner, pn sidenl o!
th. South Florida Chapter ol th
Hunter College Alumni Assn. will
conduct a meeting of the e.v cutive
board Saturday at 1 p.m. al the
home of Rose Levy. 1701 NE 191st
St.
Executive hoard members In-
clud< R-uh Frank, Byrdie King,
Hirs h. Dorith !.<:; zig r
Emma Layman Blossom Baker-
man Ethi : Bei nan. Shir] -j Karp
e1 Adler and Josi hine Dam-
ler.
Tamid, Rabbi Dan Land-can. hi-
etional diiector ol Beth .David
Ion, and Marty Listow-
sky, youth director of Ti
Emanu
The weekend, which has as its
"Your Questions An Kn-
nter with Jewish Answers," will
.nclude discussion groups, services,
Oneg Shabbat, caniofire kum-sitz,
a id a :. i; to 1 >isnej Woi! i Sun-
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Central Agency for Jewish
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Ci:,^'-:- Miami Jewish Fed ration.
Tonih Box Luncheon
Oholi To in Women will ho! :
Its annual "Torah-Box Luncheon"
at the V.'a'I'y.an Hotel, Tui
noon A ehi Iren's fa hi iri shov
v il! be I !.' ah Gordon an I
Judy Taub are in charge o
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A Day AI The Races
Women's American ort has
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pie Emanu-El ar? lef! Id riaht
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your nuise day, startinj;
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mini steward gently rouses you
with a tray <>f Juice, biscuil ;.
oil..... t.a. Once seated in
one of Canberra's two gi
restaurant's, you'll find your
seeond breakfast requires al-
most too many decisions s i
ear'y i;i the Jay. There are,
for exam tie. U chil!ed fruit
juice* and fruits, ornflakes or
fiw other cold cereals, Scotch
porridge or cream of wheat,
four kind> of fish, esea most
any style, six kinds of ome-
lettes, ?ri)led meats, vegetables
like grilled tomatoes or pota-
toes, bread, four kinds of toast,
! i- i-h muffins. Danish pas-
try, pancakes and that '1*1
of 'lie bread world, buttered
scones.
Luncheon and dtnner men
HO -on and on. You can see
from our sarr. le '1< tion la
composite of dishes from se< -
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dinner rr >nusi just how Inter-
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you tea i* the afternoo"
iwith fancj cakes, eclairs and
the greatest chocolate cookies
you ever tasted), and a *: t -1.i [hi
buffet thai wi'l send you to I
to sleep the sleep ot angels or

Dining will be an adventure when the Canberra sails on
her maiden voyage from Port Everglades on March 26. The
10-day cruise will include Curacco, Barbados, Nassau, Mar-
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Canben a ol fcrs yo i lots ol
choices In filling your glass,
too. and noosing can be as in-
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ta'.ile. You can drink Scotch and
rjrnrnbui' from 5cot'a**d. Gin
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Galliano and Campari from Ii-
a'y Kahlua and Tequila from
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from Franco, Ouzo from Greece,
Carlsbers I.a.-'-r and Aquavil
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Bud reiser [ram the f .s Vodka
Russia Rum from the
Caribbean, Eteer from Holland
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Friday, February 23. 1973

***JXZ$***i*i>0**r**r*^ ring at the Kontaincnleau Hotel.
tir & ti:
MK'HKLK ALT.MARK
Michelle Altmark, daughter of
it Mr. and Mrs. Alliert Altmark, will
(I become a Rat Mitzvah Frldaj (< e-
'ling, Feb. sj, at Temple Menorah.
dint at Nautilus Junior High I
Poet Abraham Sutzkover Oneg Shabbos Topic
Yiddish poet, Abraham Sutzkover.
Hilda Zucker, fo'.k singer, accom-
Ai the Oneg Shabboa of the
baud Piaki Oub Km lay at the
Ida Fisher School cafeteria, a lit-
erary and musical program M/il!
lie pres.':!'ed.
Subject of a talk by L Lasavin,
|flchaiie is an eighth gradaestsH gatn'r>r and le< wn/*- t\17 will entertain.
Nautilus
ranted by Paul Yanov.sky on th^
mandolin, and Jacob Gorelick, in
readings from Yiddish literature,
Robert Gilbert
Michelle Altmark
Mitchell Friedman
Michael Sahverg
Bradford Sherman Howard Diamond
ROBERT GILBERT
Mrs. Judy Gilbert and Dr.
Arthur Gilbert announce the Bar
Mitzvah of their son Robert Cecil.
a: Temple Beth Am, on Saturday,
Feb. 24.
Robert attends Palmetto Junior
High School and is in the seventh
grade. His religious education is
from Temple Beth Am where he is
in the junior youth group. He is on
ti executive board of the student
c luncil, and is on the varsity bas-
ki tbali team. He was a page in the
Florida Senate in 1971. and has
received an American Legion
Award and a presidential physical
fitness award.
There will lie a luncheon follow-
ii._ the services in the temple
si ial ball.
In attendance at Robert's Bar
Mil :vah will be his maternal
I uidparents, Mr. and Mrs. Stan-
i. Myers ol Miami, his pater-
nal grandparents, Mr. ami Mrs.
Larry Gilbert ol Miami Beach, and
hi:. othei Mi s. i 'ecil
>1
til
MlT( HELL FRIEDMAN'
Mitchell Gregg, son ol Mr, and
Mrs Robert Friedman, 14823 SW
7 th PI will il his Bar
Mit/vah during Saturday morning
es on Feb. 24 at Beth David
: 'gation.
The celebrant i- in the eighth
grade at Palmetto Junioi High
School and the sixth grade in ''< Ih
David Hebrew School. He plays
the guitai and the piano.
hell will be honored at an
evening reception at the Deauville
Hotel. Among guests will be his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Shaines of Miami: Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Roseman and Mrs. Sarah
Poseman, great-grandmother, all
if Philadelphia.
tit tit ti?
BENJAMIN PIUS
The Bar Mitzva'h of Benjamin
Steinman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin J. Pius, 8200 SW 38 St..
will be observed at Temple Or
' >lom on Saturday, Feb. 24.
Benjamin is in the seventh
grade at Rockawav Junior High
School.
A luncheon at the Dupont Plaza
Hotel following the ceremony will
be held in honor of the celebrant
tir tir tii
MITCHEL SANIH.ER
en Saturday morning, Feb. 24,
;.t 8:45 a.m.. in the Main Sal
try of Temple Ner Tamid, Mitchell
Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Sandier illy Sands I will
! Bar Mitzvah.
Mitchell is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School and Xei Tamid
School. He has received
the presidential award for sports,
A Kiddush will follow the
s< i'. ices,
tit
MICHAEL SALZVERG
Michael SaJzverg, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Salzverg, will become a
bar Mitzvah Saturday morning,
Feb. 24, at Temple Menorah.
Michael is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High
School.
A reception and dinner honoring
Michael will be held Saturdav eve-
School.
Then will be a reception in
honor of the occasii n Friday eve-
ning at Temple Menorah crimson
room.
tir tir tit
II. BRADFORD SHERMAN
M. Bradford Sherman, son of
Mrs. Helene Sherman and Brad
Sherman, wil become Bar Mitzvah
r. Saturday. Feb. 24, at Temple
EJmanu-El,
Bradford has been a student of
the Lehrman Day School of
Temple Rmanu-Kl since kinder-
garten and is now in the seventh
grade.
Brad's grandmother, Mrs. EHz-
abeth Small, will attend the event.
The celebrant will be horn.reft
with a Kiddush at Temple Fmanu-
Kl.
tir tir tix
HOWARD DIAMOND
Howard Jeffrey, son of Mrs.
Ruth Diamond and Irwin Diamond,
will become Bar Mitzvah Saturdav,
Feb. 24. at Temple Kmanu-Fl.
Howard is a student of the Tem-
pi* Fmanu-FI Religious School and
attends the Temple Baale Korccm
class Saturday mornings. He is an
eighth grade student at Ida Fisher
High School.
His grandjiarents. Mr. and Mrs
David Grossman will attend the
event.
PAB Appoint* Resident*
To Serve As Advisors
Members of the Planning Ad-
visory Board have appointed more
'ban 10 residents to serve on six
ndvisory task forces to update
Hade County's General Land I'se
Master Plan. The advisory task
forces begin studies In February,
in the major areas of land, econ-
omy, population, environment,
set vices and implementation.
Members of the Planning Ad-
visory Board will serve as task
force chairmen. Joseph Turturici,
PAB chairman, and Richard Tobin,
PAB member, are co-chairmen of
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Page 13-B
Second Chance For
The Disadvantaged
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Overwhelming success of the eighth annual
national Mid-Winter Conference of the Is-
rael Histadrut Foundation is reflected at con-
cluding banquet at the Fontainebleau Hotel
by principals in the dinner. (Left to right)
are Mrs. Leon Kronish, Israel Finance Min-
By DAVID LANDAU
The Hebrew University's Center
for Pre-Academic Studies is sit-
uated next door to the former
Black Panther "headquarters" in
Jerusalem's Mus-rara Quarter. The
Juxtaposition is sympolic: the aim
of the Center is to alleviate just
those social and cultural ills which
gave rise to the Black Panther
movement in Israel.
The center's aim is to give a
"second chance" to intellectually
able but educationally deprived
young people to pain a place at a
opportunity to excel and advance
m their studies.
Ninety percent of the center's
graduates gain entry to the
versity, and follow-up checks
shown that their record at the
university Is better than avei
Their drop-out rate is lower, and
.i higher-than-average proportion
-)1 them proceed to further de-
grees,
"Yaacov didn't have a single
matin- when he came to US," sa B
Dr. Herman, pointing to a hand-
some voung man seated I i
university. Some 75* of its stu- him. i predict that he's going to
d( nts are of Oriental origin, mast
of them after military service
fighting against the disabilities of
i their youth to break through into
Israel's meritocracy.
ister Pinchas Sapir; Dr. Sol Stein, national
president of the Israel Histadrut Foundation;
and Dr. Leon Kronish, chairman of the board
who received the organization's S25 Million
Award.
It is not really accurate to com-
pare the students at the Center to
the Panthers next door. Every stu- matriculation.
lent has completed 12 veal's of
I high school, though he has not
I passed all or some of his matric- |
1 illation exams.
have a Ph.D. before long."
For the first time thus year
there is a group of 10 kibbutz
members at the center, doing I
matriculation at the expense of
their kibbutzim (most kibb '/.
high schools do not educate or
Nfl
Especial bouquets were presented to Mrs.
Sally Rothman and Mrs. Lydia Barham for
their many years of dedicated service as
1 Mount Sinai Medical Center Auxiliary in-
I service volunteers. Pictured at the second
I ennual volunteer recognition day luncheon
at the Eden Roc Hotel are (left to right)
Mount Sinai director, Alvin Goldberg Auxil-
iary president, Mrs. James H. Ruby, Mrs.
Barham, hospital executive vice president,
Samuel Gertner, Mrs. Rothman, and hos-
pital president, Samuel Fiiedland.
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The Panthers could never afford
to advance beyond the eighth or
ninth grade of school, so they
could not enter the Pre-Academic
Center even if they wanted to.
The Panthers, moreover, are often
young people who have tieen re-
jected by the army because they
I had a record of juvenile delin-
i quency or for other social or pay-
jchological reasons.
Most of the students at the
', center were advised to go there
by their- commanding officer in the
army. Some even do their last six
months in uniform as students at
the center.
The center, then, aids people
who were fortunate enough to
have some start in life, but who
would not have made it t<> tin.
university under their own steam.
The center was founded 10 years
ago by the Hebrew University to-
gether with the Defense Ministry.
It;: intake for the 1972-73 aca-
demic year is over 1.000 students,
and similar centers have since
i volved alongside Israel's other
universities: at Tel Aviv. Bar-Ilan,
Haifa and the Technion.
The students are mostly 22 or
23 years old. Almost all of them
need financial help to keep them
housed, fed and clothed during (he
center's one-year course and pay
their tuition fees. To this end. the
university has set up a scholarship
fund in the I'.S. and Europe, which
aims to raise S5 million for bur-
saries. Thus year alone, over SI
million was pledged by donors,
and the Israel Finance Minis! rv
has matched the sum dollar 1' r
dollar.
Students can receive up to II
4800 as a scholarship tor the
year's Studies, and there are pos-
sibilities for loans as well. Some
."': of the students at the center
have applied for financial assist-
ance.
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I
ORT day membership campaign plans are
chartered by leaders of the Southeastern
Florida Region of Women's American ORT
as kickoif date is set for March 4. Pictured
left to right, (seated) are Mrs. Louis Jacob-
son, Mrs. Edward Schuman, Mrs. Sydney
Krorush and Mrs. Lowell Greene. Standing
I ._ L'
(from left) are Mrs. Morris Apner, Mrs. Frit-
zie Leit and Mrs. Jerry Salles. Mrs. Kronish
is membership chairman for the effort which
opens with a phon-a-thon leading up to
national ORT day March 21, featuring a
day at Gurfstream Park.
We are going to disprove the
widely accepted theory that you
cannot compensate for a lack of
verbal communication during the
0-5 years age period," says the
center's director, Dr. David Her-
man. The center, he explains, has
developed new and revolutionary
techniques in adult education.
Whatever courses the student
takes (courses me tailored to pre-
pare the student for the subjects
he will eventually study at the !
universityi. he is required to take'
Six hours of expression" each
week. This includes both written
'and oral work. In addition, every
paper a student writes in his own
courses is checked by two tutors -
one for the course itself and one
lor 'expression."
The result is that at year's end
the graduates of the center enter
the university with not only the
same academic qualifications as
the other freshmen but with equal
Another group of 40 kibbutz and
moshav members are working at
the center in preparation for study
at the Faculty of Agriculture, and
another 40 agricultural advisors
from the Ministry of Agriculture,
men in their forties and fifties
with a wealth of practical exper-
ience who now wish to acquire
theoretical knowledge, will pro-
ceed from the center to take B \.
degrees i" agriculture at the uni-
versity.
A booklet prepared by the
Hebrew University's public rela-
tions department records some
examples of the Center's success
stork s.
AMNON, brought to Israel in
L950 from Iraq. His father, who
is a street cleaner, hail to sup-
port three children on his mea-
ger earnings. On completing
the ei ntcr's course, Amnon en-
rolled In the Law Faculty. He
is now a practicing attorne; in
Tel Aviv.
SASS< IN, born in Iraq, who
came to Israel in 1951 as a
Youth Aliyah ward, studied psy-
chology and education, taking
his bachelor's degree in 1959.
He is now B doctoral student in
the United States.
HAIM, born in Yemen, is one
of nine children. His father, a
ritual slaughterer, earns 1L 650
a month. Haim took a B.Sc. in
mathematics and statistics. To-
day he teaches at a vocational
high school in Jaffa and also
holds a position as a yeshiva
teacher.
On Oct. .10 the center held a
tenth anniversary convocation
ceremony in Jerusalem with David
Ben-Gurion and Premier Golda
Meir among the 2,000 invited
guests, who also included many
of the centei's former graduates
and their families its well as its
pr< sent students.
I can well understand your
pride in your children." Mrs. Meir
i told the assembled parents.
Within a year the center hopes
to move into the new building be-
ing constructed for it at the
Mount Scopus campus.
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Golda Meir Visit Here Will Highlight
Israel Bonds Tribute To Sam Rothberg
Prime Minister Talks
^Jewish Floridian A| March :J Dinner
Miami. Florida Friday, February 23. 1973
Section C
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Sam Rothberg and Israel Prime Minister Golda Meir have worked toqether for
State of Israel Bonds since the organization was formed in Jerusalem in 1950.
MrsTMeir came to Miami Beach May 10 1951 to launch the Israel Bonch drive
in Florida. Then Minister of Labor, she has sprved as Foreian Minister and
Israel's first ambassador to the Soviet Union. Mr. Rothbera was chairman of
the first national Israel Bond" meetirq in Miami Beech in 1952.
Inaugural Conference Gets
1973 Campaign Under Way
The historic visit of Primo Min-
ister Golda Meir for the 1973 In-
ternational Inaugural Conference
for Israel Bonds and the tribute to
Sam Rothberg. general chairman
r>f the Israel Bond Organization.
Rill signal the start of the most
important campaign for Israel
Mnce the inception of the Israel
Bonds program 22 years ago.
Mrs. Meir, in her first visit to
Florida as Prime Minister, will be
greeted by a record-breaking as-
semblage as sbe delivers the prin-
cipal address at the impressive
launching of the 1973 B;>nd cam-
paign scheduled at the Inaugural
Dinner March 3 at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
Tribute to Mr. Rothberg will
reflect the impact of his many
outstanding achievements in be-
half of Israel and the Jewish peo-
ple over the past quarter-century.
A founder of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization and a national IMA
leader for many years, he hM
played a decisive role In promoting
the cultural, scientific, social and
economic progress of the State of
Israel.
Participating in the proceedings
of the extraordinary conference
will be more than 2,000 promineni
figun from i om u ties In North
rica,
Few countri s, ol l or n in
: the sti rj v. th v '' h
has mai ked 1 -- in the
l>n t i v. it- j., na-
tional product >nl
last year, ;r roa I thi 5; >^
lion mark, it e? ports of
and servi *s which bai hed
last
re expected to show an
increase of IS > r cenl in 1973,
Industrial production has In-
en ed than 15 fold.
$225 million In 1948 to $3.75 billl in
in 1972, whili i tltural prod
tion multiplied almost rune-:
from $73 million to close to :
i -i. These gains refl -ct the
steady modernization and expan-
iii factories and on farms.
Israel Bonds have been th<
or so tree of funds for Israel's an-
nual Development Budget through
which they have exerc) ed a con-
structive and generative Influence
on every branch of tsra fl's eco-
nomic life.
The purchasers >f Israel Bonda
can point "it'- a sense of partici-
pation and pride to the mauj -' is
of progress in Israel the new
towns and cities which have been
built with their financial partner-
ship the roads and harbors
the eli t rieil s turning the
the water Hewing to the desert
wheels of industrv the perm i-
nt bousing built lor the new-
net
comers-
Israels new Development Bud-
mounting to $600 million,
will depen 1 in g eat measure on
the results of this year's [sra I
Bon sign v hich seek: to
n ach a goal i i ^; '" mi lion, or 60
t of thi i velopmenl
get,
ngth to giow, strength to
i a grow Ing populat ion now
well over Hi three million mark.
I on the condition of Israel'.;
. 11 nomy. The 32.01 Russian Jews
who waged a brave and suoci
strugg'e to reach Israel last year
must ha\e the opportunity to set-
tle and establish themselves as
tree and orting citizens
of Israel.
They need full-scale help through
Israel Hinds to create Jobs tor
them, to Integrate them in a
growing economy.
Israel B : n nirces totahn:
dose to $'-'-' billion since 1951,
have modi po I le a spectacular
! of achii vi ment In every
maior avenue ol i conomic growth.
Thev have I the Investment
capital to stimulate the devi lop-
i ol a Western-oriented Indus-
trialized socii I
Thi y have served to attra t pri-
vate investors from the United
States an l other countries to aug-
m ni the i xpansion of Is
. ny. Thev have heroed Israel
prove in a very dramatic fashion
its ability to create a dynamic
economj and to assume a position
<>:' .: n tanca in wot I i
t rade.
One of the most impres-ive Indi-
cations of the si-ope of Israel's
aehievene iits, and the Increasing
measure of stability which charac-
terizes its economy, has been the
heightened response by American
bunks and other financial institu-
tions to the opportunity to Invest
in Israel's development through
Israel Bonds,
Despite the fact that the peo-
ple of Is ael are taxiri thi mselves
to the hilt, the twin burdens of
c and immigration absorp-
tion have strait
. i ely.
Israel continu s to face substan-
tial deficits in Its balance of pay-
in -tit-. Only -i Bhai | ly increased
pa e >' economic development can
help to meet tin se problems.
It is only natural thai Isra '1
should look to Israel Hands, which
have been thi mainstay of eco-
nomic development In the past,
tor the substantially larger devel-
, nt fur is that will be need I
ihis year to create the jobs for
the continuing Influx of new lm-
its from Russia and else-
where. _____.
Leo B 'ni ti In, e*1 ecutive vi "o
presidi nt I the Israel Bon 1 O -
it lor ha rted that n
<_, i l! i m in 1 I
sales for
adoi 'rfme M n
'. : -n in
J i i IPO k
leaders from the United
' i othi i pat I I
world.
In honoi ol the 25th anniver j
of Israel's in bpeaitenc". B !> .-
slon to the Inaugural Dinner will
be based on a purchase ol 92.530
or more In Israel Bonda tor 1978,
Chairmen of the International
committe of ora of the din-
ner welcoming Pri n > Minister M' ir
and honoring Mr. Rothberg are .
Ira Guilden. president of the Israel
Bond Organization; Louis H. Boy- |
ar. chairman of the hoard of gov-
ernors, and Jacob M. Arvey, hon-
orary chairman cf the Greater
Chicago Bond campaign.
t
A special musical program will
be presented by Judith Raskin. ,
leading soprano of the Metropoli-
tan Ojtera Company. ,
Israel Bonds represent the maJTC .'
source of development funds for '
expansion of Israel's industry ar.4 '
agriculture to keep pace with the
growth of its population and the
erection of jobs for new Immi-
grants from Soviet R issia ai 1
other countries. ,
Judith Raskin
To Perform
At Banquet
Judith Raskin, beautiful and hri -
liant soprano of the Metropolitan '
i \--,, iation. w il sing i
ial pro n*am ol operatic and !
eli se'ei ti n is d
toric e Minis-
ter Golda Mi ir at tl tral '
Dinner of the 1973 Ii te
Is Bond Con! Miami '
B. h M :h 3.
The tali nted artUt. who s wed
a phen< menal success In her debut
at (be Metropolitan II years ago,
,, | |y idee'ifi- 1 with
the cause of Israel and ha- t I
there several times in recent yean.
i rai-eil ii-. N
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in -i, s. i fath
i
H Father, a tali nted pianist
n,,.,.,,..;. composer, triel to d -
, her f em a sin -i"^ c irei i
Intn her to the v Ii Jin.
Much I i her chagi In she show '
prot of becoming a v j lilt 10, But she <
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Familiar figures at an Israel Bonds function are (from left to right) Israel Fi-
nance Minister Pinchas Sapir, Sam Rothberg and Leo Bernstein, executive
vice president of the Bonds Organization.
bum notiiberg is pictured with the late President Truman at
the Israel Bonds Conference in Miami Beach 13 years ago.
Mr. Rothberg led the effort to build the Harry S. Truman
Center for Peace at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.


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Friday, February 23,
1973
The late Prime Minister Levi Eshkol (left)
wciked closely wi.h Sam Rothbsxg in be-
ho 1 cf Israel Bonds.
Prime Minister David BenGurion greeted
M,. and Mis. Sam Rothbsrg at an Israel
Bends conference in Jerusalem 20 years
ago. Mr. Rcthberg was one of the founders
c: :he Jsia*=l Bonds Organ zation which
was formed at a Jsrusalem conclave in
1S53, end began sales in May, 1951.
Judith Raskin Will Sing
At Dinner-Ending Conclave
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original ambition and her vocal
laient was disxKcred bv her mu-
fir teacher at Smith College.
H-T meteoric rise in th,. concert
ju..l o|x>ratic Qeld has male hr aj
prtatM donna, but she believes tb:it
a prima donna m-e I not be ti-n-
; .i.nt-fitiil. she ;j|so represents tile I
rare example of M tropditsri|
tur it ho is completely American]
trained.
And altho'ipfi she rin less German, Frenrh and Ita ian.
she feels strongly that operas
should bi> sunc in English, explain'
ins. "Opera is theatre, it is drama
and it should be understood on aT
levels."
But she loves to sine in Hebrew,
ani it is not only flawless but
breathtakingly h. autlful. For her
program at the dinner at the Fon-
taineblcau Hotel, she wl'l be rc-
companied by Ryan Edwards at
the piano.
True Saga Of Sam Rothberg:
He's Israel's Man In Motion
Long before they invent?d the
SAM is a face to air miss lei. a
nan by the name o." S..:~.i alrea i>
wu ~. i \ in.: as the No. 1 so]
aid weapon ol Jewish tund-ra >-
mg.
In close to three deaades, the
Ameiican Jewish community has
come far in Influence and Ini
Israel's path, he was able t" -
and i" make oth rs ; oppo
tanitii s.
Where othcs ra il I on j w In
their hands
cisive period in its hist Drj ( s,.t
lie fo. h->s thai th.- fJMO ,iiiion
Rimil soil for t!)73.
That's the uu'y reason
to h the recipient of
ho es n i reached out foi tribute at the Inaugui ,. |
ositive action. J IsraeJ "ond
Mr. Rolhberg'a coicern for Is
rat I, for its cultural s >; i.ii an '
ment in the destiny of the Jewish economic progress h deeplj re '' '
people and particularly in the es- in his early experiences when h
tabtishment and deve'opment of
in independent Stat of Israel.
While all an -hare the pri 1 in
these historic a ihievcments, it is
i/.-i thai the direction an!
impetus have been Furnished for
tlu mot part by a few standard
bearers.
vhited Europe a! the end or W.ri
War II.
Sho ked bj thi traumatic efl
"f the h>! nd th tra",i
lei as ation (i >
nun Ities in n i >us pa ts o Eui
i ?. he n ' ''' '''
n!i charm tc tic ri solve i<>
vor
March 3. not for the h
for the opportunity to
evi n faster an hi {her
ii,i- year's campaign i
before.
Prim Miniafa r GoMa M,
an historic visit to Mia
>.ill p na Ij join in th i
to Sam Rothbei g.
it might be raid that Sam Roth,
berg was "In at the creation" ol
th. State ol Israel. He >- ,- there
in Israel* hour of Miiprem-- 'ri,t|
For rue dynamism and total do everything in h and erhH daring the War ,,i i.jn.
self-sa iii< '. on n tn
head Qnd shou'ders a ove aU otli-
era Sain Rothbcm.
It i s.:!i> to lav Hint ther" is
hardly a single representative Jew-
Sell community that has not been
ti'tich-.i by tlie magnetic person-
i ity or ti,is ruggedly handsome
figure whose electric presence on
data has generated mire monej
r Isrn-i aid hraet-related camm
than perhaps any other man on
the American scene.
Even before he retired from
business several years :o. he
devoted every spare moment tr
store the shatl nant o eratlon, when he dodgi i
ii wish
j.. t0 .i,
Unite I States h< took th
' i- k of .: -.......III I nl '
funds I'v '' i c d J
v \! for th n
. of the J ". i-1' u I> Fo*
manv y am the nal onal ''
for Init i' Gifts the IMA, a '
currentlv a..... >! its n it
i ;n cabinet an I exi li
.....nittee, he i been a i
fore- in exnandin
\rab
bombs to vMl the new settlers.
H< has se n it blc
grow, n'.'ei. as a res i -
a< hievements ol the I |
ration; In hich
rtoo out as a towering I
lead rsh p an I haid V
In his mans th ties I
he ha- atpasse I quite a fev
b it t'i each h de\ >tc> ri
a full nu as-,.-,- ,(f coi i
effort. !ii. int .rests cou I
mai d :i- a kind of
t'.TA n r rn'iomin?.nl channe' am" embracing his
iH to Israel. hehall iii th;' UJA tn b ii the
rants to Israi I ai
nevotca every spare moment to Over the years, he has tak........: fol. rU',." ,-
his chl r aim in lue: to promote ..., ,lf re^pon,lh|Hi-, .. h '" "":"'!> -'^->f ab
the welfare and proijress of i,.. has ,'evote,l unlimited time, in- :. "" '" -"w'"' -
State of Israel and its people.
Where lesser 'nen cou!d see only
the irises and the problems, the
frvstratiin- an! the ohstacte* i
exhaii'tilile enthusiasm and I SUBe
ihl^ shrtT ol liis nwtx rp^v-'Vv
in,-''i 'He more thun a m'llor
dollars in contributions alone.
As president of Israe' Inv I >-
Corporation, he has stm t'i
'.t "--'n'e i'no tmerts n man*,
i of '-acr* key economi: enter
prises.
Mr Rothb"rs;, who v^-is rn-l
| as a chemisi and bn "1 '"><'
*oon found the formula of su !cess
as an outstanding Mi Iw 'hi-'
ness executive Applying some o'
the secrets of l>t; s*ter*ecS to hi
effo-t- in h-'ia'' of the .I"-i '
people, he is today one of th
most fami"iar and hiKhfv reap ct
fii'r-s :n Israel. '.'-, c,. \.,
'ook to him '' ->-ivi"" n^
Iar in mobilizing the f-ii'c-t
fip-.-r-ni Buonort of wor'd Jewry
development and creat....... for
the newcomers; private
ments to exoand various bi
of industry for export ar I
vancement of higher Icarnii
ensure the cultural, social ani the
technological and economic future
of Israel
His record of s_h!evement in lie-
half of the Hebrew Snttrersity m
Jerusalem re-in-sents one of the
erownins glories of his nulti- fa-
O'ted sen ice to Israel. He is chair,
man of the int "Minors of the Hebrew Univer-
stv. ri'airman of the .\. utive
committee, former president of
the American Friends of Hebrew
University, and recipient of its
Scopus Award.
In March. !. the unii.rsily
"onferred ut>on Mm th honorary
rtegree of Do, tor of Philosophy.
To Itrcp up with hi-: ''luitvlinc I "That uinie year, he was MSpM-
sible for raising a major share ol
the f.....ts. to hulW the Harn .
JUDITH RASKIN
til MILLIONS
or DOLLARS)
SALES OF STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS (1951-1972)
erheilule, this trading ciHz^n o
Perrin ha r-<-oiiM' a verit-ih'- mm
in untilm, with a ba-; paclce i a*
.il tv.p. f r hl nert Hn to
?srn,.j or ,,,. )ilv j., ,ni, i,,;,,. ,
states wheiw hi- aupermlesman
ship Is ne.-d.^l to ralae money foi
th- causes he holds dear.
T-venty-t-vo wars ago Roth
wasafotnder Chrrether with
Julian B. v-n,-uv. RU(1o,f G
Sornoborn and Henrv Montori o
thelerae- Bond ,>,,,.,, ;]n
Its first rn- | |- |, n,n
If
<*r ii .;-..,,
n r.n-th. it
.... i,
or, iwj itri w ,-,n nri ion .-,r. ^.--j ,.;<.o '
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"' the f.-.t ferae'
';^'.'.:"" !*** Heated i-
-1 '-' x n
- .-.-vi hv m,w |ni
cX w"hif;,"r"-;v unwe to
Wall Street expert, were .
Sn?,^1*' ***** <
reach more than $10 n,i,,,on
Wlen ha, ,unM J"' *f.
mn 2XT.ZZ
Tnimiui Center for Pearr at th''
univi rsity. Two year* after th."
i\-Iav War. the ajtipMthentrr on
^It. Scopus was c impleted and sf-
'claU....."i-t'el a the ^ean asd
lam ,ii;tli',.-r- Amphitheatre.
' me of the most remai
pects of Mr. Rothbenrs "styli
in- m istery ol the art of c
"i, ation Anyone who ha
'ended a meeting where h
li I has come aivav (eelhi thai
:' R ithh.....,< lalRihfi '
to him And he's right, I"
Vfr Rothberg Epealcs the same
aj in publ'c as in private ol-
'\ -in".. Wnth the
*- i not of fancy words and
hraaes, hut w-:th facts and rca-
on.
He must a'si have a computer
rain, heeav e >-e seems to know
vr -Hodv in the room, not only
v th fi-si rwmn hut the nick-
'ame a!-o. Ftir'hermore. he can
Tt'e off all kinds of statistics
and women and children behind
about Israel at a moment's notice.
For him that's easy, because in his
mind's, eye he's seeing the men
those s-.'j''ics.
l-hjring these days of intensive,
round-the-clock canopaigning i"
^reparation for the dinner with
'' '"" Mbu>ter Go'da Meir. Sam
i.othberg ise doing a lot of "com-
municating." Vtn is addressing
lunehrons. breakfasts and dinner
meetlmm. He is on the phone call-
in t--j,,.i Ron^ reiiattie proshects
:" various parts of the country for
their Israel 25th anniversary sub-
scription. Whatever the occasion,
nis credentials of true leadership
"'id his nersorwi r0mmitment are
known, admired and respected -
and thev eet results


Frkkiy. February 23. 197J
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KEY ECONOMIC INDICATORS OF
ISRAEL'S 25 YEARS OF PROGRESS
(lliloas
of dollars^
6, CO
5,500
5,000
4,5^0
4,?00
3,500
3,000
2,510
2,000
1,500
1,000
300

TOTAL EXPORTS
(Goods h Services^
AGRICULTURAL PRODl'rrTTOtf
Mrs. Meir Has
Close Ties To
Israel Bonds
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1950 1972
The forthcoming visit here of i
Prime Minister Golda Meir for
the tribute to Sam Rothberg. its
general chairman, serves to high-
light her close identification with
the Israel Bond program from its
inception.
Vital impact of the Israel Bond
program on Israel's growth is a
reflection of Mrs. Meir's unshak-
able faith in the attainability of
Israel's economic independence. To :
have had this faith more than 22 (
years ago. when Israel's economy '
was at its lowest ebb. represents
the kind of determination that lias
marked every phase of her his-
toric role in the establishment and
development of the State of Israel, i
As a founder of the Jewish state.
her signature appears on the proc-
lamation of Israel's po'itical Inde-
pendence. As Prime Minister, her
signature appears on all Israel
Bonds, not only in the pro forma
sense, but also as a prime mover'
in establishing the Bond program
as an indis[>ensable instrument in
advandng Israel's economic inde-;
peitdcnce.
In the perspective of 88 years of
bntel'l history, the drama of Is-
rael'* growth run*, parallel with
the emergence of Israel Bonds a
the predominant rhaanel for it
economic development fund--.
During Israel's first three years,
the population was doubled by
mass immigration from Europe
and North Africa. As Minister of
'.abor in 19VV Mrs. Meir was face!
vith the major responsibility fo'
the absorption of hund^vis <>'
thousands of new rmrnigrants into
im .ooo'*i'* tntet"*e of th* *#vi-
try.
Together with former P.-i:n-
Minister David Ben-Gurion, shr
was convinced that Israel's shaky
economic foundation, battered b>
waves of immigrants, would be i1-
danger of collapse unless a bol<'
new step were taken to shore ur:
the economy.
The bold new t-p they pro
posed to a conference of America,!
Jewish leaders in Jercualena :r
September. 1950, ws the Iwuanci
of State of Israel Bonds to pro
vide the development funds to pir
the economy on a naunder footing
The result was the historic d- -Wioi
to blanch the Israel B >ad drive i'
the I'nited State* ia May. 1931.
In preparation for the launching
Mrs. Meir came to Washingjtoi
on Oct. 28. 1950 to address the Na
tionnl Planning Oonf-'ien'e for tlv
first Israel Bonl :amcargn. It wa
th<- worst of times to foCUi atti-n
tion of prospective investor* ot
Israel's erononvc s't"atio:i. whici
looked almost hope! >-.
The country was unl 'roin? se
vere au widespread, food was rationei an
hundreds of thousand* of newe-fcn
ers were living in squalid tempter]
ary shelters.
B'lt Mrs Meir was undauntei
by thrse clrcimstanc .-. Instead o
impressive bala-"e sheets, the otil:
wcurttv which she offered for th;
Bond* was the "neew'e of Iraie''
and the "child-en or Israel" <*"h
'lid crow up as "proud. ?af self-respecting Jews honor
bound to pav back, with interims''
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Top National Jewish Leadership
Guides Israel Bonds Organization
IRA COUDEN
President
SAM ROTHBERG
General Chairman
ICO BERNSTEIN
Executive Vice President
New England
Dinner Set
Wednesday
In acknowledgement of his out-
standing economic support of the
State of Israel, Maurice Gordon of
Newton, Mass.. will be tendered a
dinner of recognition by the Great-
er Boston and New England com-
mittees of the Israel Bond Organi-
zation at the Eden Roc Hotel
Wednesday night.
Abraham Goodman is dinner
chairman, assisted by George Sha-
piro, general chairman of the
Greater Boston Israel Bond effort,
and Bernard Garber, New England
Israel Bond chairman.
The dinner for Mr. Gwdon. a
charter member of the select Mil-
lion Dollar Club of the State of
Israel by virtue of his investments
in Israel Bonds, will be a highlight
of the activities of the 1973 Inter-
national Inaugural Conference for
Israel Bonds'.
MENtY BIATT
Notional Chairman
Canada
LOUIS H. BOY At
Chairman, Board
of Governors
JULIAN B. VENEZKY
National Chairman
ational Chairman
AMMOM BARNESS
Chairman,
Corporate Program
RAW IEON KRON'SH
Chairman, National
Rabbinic Cabinet
MRS. JAN PfflKI
Chairman, National
rV.att.'s Division
UONARO GOlOTINf
Notional Chairman
of Trwttttt
HAROIO 1. COtOfNRERG
Chairman National
Campaign Exec. Co mm.
RAYMOND 6. PEtft/KAN
Co-Cbairmoa, Uaifnai
Campaign Exec. C.mm.
JACK *fNfR
Seerafor.-Treajarar

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Israel's Dr. Nesher
Forum Guest Speaker
Dr. Aryeh Nesher, special envoy
the Prime Minister of Israel
the UniteJ Stales, will i* R;iest
OR. AKYIH NESHCR
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.'akfast forum on Sunday at
:30 a.m. where he will speak on
! subject "Israel: Where East
ets Wi st."
Dr. Nesher who is professor of
ial eommunications at Haifa
iversity will describe the con-
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all country in the Arab Jewish !
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today.
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;s fared with many problems, eco-
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oth i eoples which aim at the
shment of a peaceful and
hfarmonious accommodation where
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Jack Kassewit/, associal i I
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Jewist ftcridn^r
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Lt. Kossowsky Speaker
At Legion Memorial
Early on tho morning of Feb.
3. liWo. the U.S. troop I
"Dorch ster'' was wallowing
through the teas ofl Greenland.
Most of Hi.' 300 troops on
were asleep in their bunks. Sud-
denly a torpedo smashed Into the
Dorchester's Flank. Frantically
pounding up the ladders, the troops
milled in confusion on the decks.
1 those 'lark moments of pan c,
th( c lolest men aboard were four
L S. Army chaplains, First Lieuts.
Clark V. Poling iBa Formed Church
ol America), Alexander D. Goode
i Jewish i. John P. Washington
(Catholic), and George L. Fox
(Methodist). The four chaplains
led the men to boxes of life jack-
ets, passed them "it with boat-
drill precision. When the boxes
were empty, the four chaplains
quietly slipped off their own ec
ion- life presi rvers, put th m on
tour young GIs and told them to
The Dorchester went down 25
ni.nntes later in a rumble of
steam. Some <30<> men were lost,
but the heroic chaplains help I
save over 200. The last anyone
saw of them, they were standing
o! the slanting deck, their arms
Hnki I, In prayer to the one God
they all served.
This year the 10th Districl
Ani'iiean Legion and Auxiliary
coi lusted a Four Chaplains Me-
morial service on Sunday. Feb 4,
at tt. i Harvey Se >ds Post. Thrc i
military chaplains, one from each
of the services and repr senting
the three major denominations,
participated. U.S. Navy chaplain
Lt. U. <; > Zabnan Kossow-ky.
staff haplain of the Navy i;
Group Command in Miami, par-
ticipated on behalf of the Navy.
In his remarks Rabbi Kossow -
sky raised the question as to why.
in a country where the separati
between i hurrh and state was ..
-arcfuiiy maintained, the stab
found it necessary to support the
hurch in the military" The an-
swer, Dr. Kossowsky suggested,
an be found in the story of the
.'our chaplains. The major func-
tion of the chaplain in the arme I
forces is to help the soldier fac<
and answer the ethical questions
posed, by the war to which thej
have been committed as citizens
of their country.
In the pluralistic society which
constitutes the United States ol
America, each faith has the right
and privilege to aid and support
its own adherents and all others
who turn to its clergymen in timi
of need. "This"' Dr. Kossow.'kv
sail, "is the mission of the mili-
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Newly elected officers of Hillel Men's Club are irom left to
right (standing) Morten B. Zemel, secrelary; Ben Gcnad, vice
president, program; and Dr Arnold Shair, treasurer. From
left to right (seated) Isadore Goldman, vice president, msm-
bership. and William Siegel president. Not shown, Irving
Cirulnick, vice president, fund-raising.
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day evening ait auction are (left to right) Mr3. Mar hall
Baltuch, Mis. Stanley Caidin, Mrs. Nat S:e?ser, president
Mollie Kahanei S;=terhood- Mrs. Frank Kauif ana Mrs.
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Happenings
The City of Miami's Off-
Mteet Parkins: Authority has
won second place in a national
contest for its block-long beauti-
ticatiim of Biscayne Blvd. from
Fourth to Fifth Street. Chair-
man ot the Off-Street Parking
Authority is Mitchell Wolfson
with members A. T. BwkwitJi.
Marx V. I'autht-n, Kussill Jonr*
and Arnold Rubin. Authority
Director is Kichard A. LaBaw.
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Minnie I'cari heads a variety
show Friday evening at Gusnian
Ph.lharmonic Hall for the ben-
efit of the American Cancer
society. Entertainment rai
from The Merry Widow Waltz
as sung and danced by operatic
stars Malta Perez ami Cesar
Suarez to the fashions shown by
Burdine's in their musical ex-
travaganza the Fete iln Soli il.
& ft
The University ot Miami is
holding its second annual hu-
manities festival, "In Search of
the Present: The American
Prophets," through March 6.
It is the first part of a :
sear scries, culminating with
America's Bicentennial Cel bra-
tion in 1976, which will examine
American culture and h< i it
from a different point of vi n
each y< ar,
Friday ni',-ht services.
Menorah at Or Olom To Be Minted
March J. Mf*> Isadore rine. Local sculptress
Posy Aeller faaMoned this tnht loot
,i pj er-w elded Menorah in the
shape of a free-form Tree of Life
mounted on a rack built into the
r ma,
1978 at Temple Or Olom. will
mark the formal dedication ol the
new Menorah commissioned by
their children in honor of the SOU
wedding anniversary of Mr. and
in our
tree top
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WHAT DO YOU ICDfiri O
KNOW ABOUT lOKHtL
A forty week quiz, marking the 25th rtnniversary
ceiebration of the birth of Israel, has been pre-
pared or this and other member papers of the
American Jewish Pros* Association by the Depart-
ment of Education and Culture of the American
_j6rVjn of ,he Wori<* 2'onist O.flonlzotion.
E. Herbert Daws Now Officially Postmaster Here
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; :"' ': -Phnr U rab! is usually referred to?
4. What did Rabbi AvTaham I. Kook and Rabbi Yaakoc Meir
haw in comrton?
5, What do these Initials stand for? JDC: UJA: UIA and
J > I"
". Mame two 'eadlng American Zionists who represented
Amfri.-an J > on I -half ol Eretz Israel when the Partition
Plan u as a lo ite! in 1947?
7 Who was Hannah Senesch?
0 Ip "'' i- the imp of fortificati ins along the Sue/
Cam
Vh'Ch i ';. in l ra has a subway? What is it called?
l' \Vh re i- the T. In io-i lo -i d"
%nnrnrs t;> the above Question* trill ho found riptide below.
I _'' right 'I'l.-tioiis will Indicate n good knowledge of Israel,
M\ i|ii< -;i .ii- ;i u, correctlj is passina;..Cheek the answers
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Pi -t Office since last May.
h now officially Postmaster.
'i' addition, Mr. Daw; becomes
'-.r man i tcx < f the Mian I Post '
sti ct, .i t acity in hich he
' Si I.'. n acting for nine
i onths.
'Announcement of his appoint-
nent was made by Posl naster
'! i'. T. (Classen in Wash-
ngton. after a national manage-
rient selection board composed of
prominent business men and edu-
cators recommended the selection
of Mr, Daws for the permanent
position. His appointment does not
require confirmation by the U S
Senate.
Carl C. Ulsaker, Regional Post-
naster General for the Snath
said: "I have been very favorably
impressed with Mr. Daws' per-
foimance as officer in charge of
ihc Miami Post Office for the past
/car, and heartily applaud the an-
nouncement from Mr. Klassen."
Mr. Daws fills a postmaster
vacancy created by the retirement
ipst fpr of F't > m n ni.i'i.
Prior to his Miami assignment
Mr. Daws, 45. held a variety ol
rust office jobs in his 29 years
ps a career employee of the Unitec
Maiis Postal Service, He I
in the postal sei\t a
(tter cat ier in the t lain Pos
I Fice in Atlanta. He rose t!
hi ranks, gen ng as personne
lerk, rvii.EVi\;i;i' e\.-m>inn.M>fc.
sistant station superintendent.
Intend* nt ol a can Ier 9
md assistant general superb tei
Ii nt of mails.
His highest, level of responsi-
il'ty in the Atlanta Post Office
ivas as assistant u'.reetor of the 1
operations li< it n. Hi was 1 >-
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>JewistttcrkUan
Friday, February 23, 1973
American, Canadian Rabbis
Meet Here To Aid Bonds
A two-day meeting of noted
American and Canad.an rabbis was
tVM In Miami T>ar-h this week to
nebulize support for the 197;
liiael &T..I campatgn for $36".
Bullion to help meet Isia&i's press-
ing economic ne'
The conference, which includec
a dinner session on Tuesday eve-
nBK and a workshop Morion the
1< linking day. featured discussions
or. the mle of rabbis and their con-
Kieeatior.s in increasing Israe!
Bond sales at a time when the
If 11 economy is stili btudenec
b> heavy defense costs and immi
tjrataon from Russia and elsewhere
t. expected to exceed the 56.000
Mai of 197-'.
Principal ipeeJcen at the dinner
ftnsion were Sam P.othber eral chairman of the Israel Bone
Organization; Leo Bernstein, ex-
ccut've vice president of Israel
Brads, .r. i Dr I^eon Kronish o'
Temple Beth Shokxn, chairman of
tr.e National Rabbinic Cabinet of
brae] Bt Is.
In addition to Rabbi Kronish.
M.ami B<'ach was represented b:
I>r. Irving Lt-hrnian of Temple
} lanu-EI, and Dr. Mayer Abram-
cvitz of Temple Menorab.
The rabbii from i.ther com-
ities r. thi U S. and Canada
V' ted in the two-day
?.. : Ral Id Balfour
; Vew York; Ral bl Joseph
N* v Vork; Rabbi Wolfe
I .<-.'. Y'>: k; Rabin I. 'shei
y N'ev York; Rabbi
Lakeuond, .V. J .
I Patersoi
J. J Rj Pea
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Mesr.pl
: San
; '.. nuel
and Rabbi Philip
Srhrutt I i Angeles.
At the n Wed-
i 1 rabbis tool
; _. I in res of thei;
ine from th(
: : the Israel Bore
confer t the 1 ''na Hotel
I ffoi i t"r the 197.".
] li n.
e ion of the
195] thi rabbi;
l a leadership r
: -scale support for
growth t.r
efforts din ing the High
ind through nil i" is
l lions in thei rei ations
,' ited the sail of Isi ai
l.i ther til es n th(
j
nic C ibinel
I years ago. has ben
effei live group <: ovei
Li; rabbis from thi 11. S. am
t'j.nacl in stimulating moi e i x
"ensive participation in the cam-
aign to promote the economic
rptMf.tding of Israel triiough
tends.
Dr. Rol>ert Gordis
Featured Again
At Temple Israel
Dr. Robert Gorriis, biblical
cholar. author and teacher, will
iscuss "Ecokxrv and the Jewish
liadit.on" when he returns for
nother appearance in the Green-
ie!d Adult Institute lecture series
Sunday morning at Temple Israel
>f Greater Miami.
Dr. Gordis Is seminary' professor
if Bible at the Jewish Theological
"eminarv and professor of religion
it Temple University. He also has
he distinction of being the only
'cwish scholar to teach Bible at
he L'r.ion Theological Seminary, a
iding Protestant institution of
earning in New York.
Founder of "Judaism." the jour-
lai dedicated to Jewish religion
ind philosophy. Dr. Gordis has
ontributed literary works to
nany American anil foreign pub-
ications in the religious field a?
ell as to the Saturday Review
..id the New York Times
ines, He has written more than
ant books on Bib-
ii al scl* a and n 11
levance to the contemporary
at< d by his lecture
. Ic this S indaj n h ning
Ticli' it t'i" dooi
. w s to the '1''
. ... iei It s.
Bullwinkle Live
To Appear Here
Bullwinkle, the popular cartoon
Rockv, Deputy Dav.-g.
Spider Man. Tom and Jerry, anr1
e ill api ear in pi i sun a;
Won o I heatres in Dad-
ii B oward counties. The same
forme : in the Whit*
ntly at thi request o'
Irs. Pat Nixon.
ten Theatres
n i Fun Time Prod ctii ns, the
'ii to< n appear live
at the follow-
Sat irday,
Pali Spi ings, Sun-
ay. 1 and 3 p.i P aza, Holly-
March 3, 11 a.m.
nly; Gateway Ft. Lauuerdale.
t irda t, March 3, -' p.m. only.
od I63i I St Sunday, March 4,
and 3 p.m.
conaominium
location ever.
Announcing the opening of our Parkwoods
section. Where only 5% down moves you
into a spacious 2 or 3 bedroom family
or adult luxury condominium, priced from
lust $26,800 to $37,000. A beautiful view
of a championship golf course, blue
lagoons or tropical settings complements
each apartment. Heated swimming pools.
Tennis. Gyms. Saunas and more. No costly
ground or recreation lease. 88th Ave.
& W. Flagler St., Miami Phone 223 5243.
Rmtainebleau Rirk

JHA Auxiliary Birthday Party On Sunday
Greater Miami Women* Auxil- I member of the Home who ,s cele- I
. *rrH i hrating her own birthday, will host
ary. Jewish home ror the Aged. | J^, binMlky part>,
will hold its monthly birthday, ^ ^^^ ,Shari, Silver-
arty at Douglas Gardens. 151 NE j nian_ avlxj|iary president, will give
52 St. on Sunday at 2 p.m. the message of welcome and ex-
Mrs. Samuel (Libby) Rost. life' end rreetin^s jointly with Mrs.-at the piano.
residents celebrating
birthdays in February.
Mrs. Louis (Frances) Makovsky,
program chairman, will present
singing star Stanley Rosertswpe*.
Ivric tenor, with Olga Bibor Stern
Apptoncet k, Mlesl.nghouM.
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lighted championship tennis courts, no matter what ,'i
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no pets. Rental Office now open *i
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S'jted iut o*l t^t FalmSpKngt Mil*, it 1275
W. 47th P ct. The Senate otfe't custom luitei
itom 1.000 3 It. to i eotnpiet* lioo' ol
15.000 jg It Th loci: on oft'l etiy tccoti
to the Palmetto E0ftsiway. Miami'l Inter-
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a"0 hujinesi een-.piea.
Tie Senate leatu'M both elevated and eo^e-ed
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pts equipped with U. kitckws. carpets.
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? car parainK. short a!h to bcack. Clas*
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* Jen 1st Ftcrkfian
Friday, February 23, 1973
Leon D. Fi?her, executive director of Jewish Family and
Children's Service, stands between two active members of
the Women's Committee, Mrs. Fran Levey, program chair-
man (left) and Mrs. Elaine Dini^man, arrangements chair-
man (right!, who are helping plan the organization's annual
installation-luncheon meeting that will take place April 26
ct the Seville Hotel. Dr. Brvno Bettelheim, famed child
psychoanalyst and feature writer, will be the keynote
speaker and will pose the guestion, "Is it Possible to Raise
Mentally Healthy Children Today?" Open house will take
place at the cfi'xe's 850 Washington Ave. location March
i 1 between 2 and 4 p.m.
Dade County Receives
\rhieveineiit Award
For its appioach to the nianace-
i ,u of local Mamower programs,
ade Count has won the USA
ii -vemenl Award from the Na-
k nties.
was re."i d to" its ac-
ompllshmerts in ptaniflng, do-
le; in; find o; crating Manpower
rograms that are <' signed locally
I meet local nei ;-
Spefiiic reference was made to
hi establishment of the Coconut
: ove Manoower Center which.
mine its first tiO davs of o[>eia-
on in 1972. conducted 258 intcr-
lews, made 183 job referrals and
'aced 85 individuals on .jobs. The
OCOnut Grove center also undcr-
10k an extensive s irvey of nel :i
orhood citizen needs for employ-
nent an.l manpower training.
Twenty-five members of the Four Winds' 1973 CJAIEF
campaign committee met recently at the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation to plan for the 1973 campaign and to partici-
pate in a worker training program. Shown above (second
from right) is Emanuel M. Glatt. Four Winds CJA-IEF cam-
paign chairman, and associate chairmen (from left) Allen
Warshauer, Jack Burstein, William Feinberg, Glatt and
Morris Lcnge.
MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION KAIL
1700 WASHINGTON AVE.
HOURS: Fri. 730 p m. tc 11 p.m. Sat. thru Wed. 1 p m. to 11 p.m.
FREE BUS TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM TIIE SHOW
Fri. Feb. 23'd. Sat. Feb. 24th. Sunday, Feb. ?Sth ONLY!
Buse? MIDWAY MALL '90T1 W.
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leave ever, 15...... -',p Buses
start Fri 30 p ti. Sat & Sun at 12 Nocn Last bus
eaves the show lor Miami at 11 30 p ir
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DIRECT FROM ONE YEAR ON BROADWAY
FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY
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SUNDAY, FEB. 25th, 1973 at 8:15 P.M.
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Pag 11-C
Mid-Winter Conference Ki.ues $3.1 Million
[apir Lauds Rabbi Kronish,
istadrut Foundation Drive
i-l Finance Minister Pir-hn;
gpeaklog in Miami Beach at
tnal dinner of the Israel His
Foundation honoring Dr.
Kronish, said that "the pro-
|<>[ deferred giving pioneered
Hi rhich I whole-heartedly en-
and <>ne which will, in the
years, pr l.ice hundred-;
lions ol doBars for Israel.''
Sapir. one of the men most
ient!y mentioned as a sue-
to Prime Minister Goidn
presented Rabbi Kronish
It'., feme] Hlstadrut Foun-
- '$25 Mill! 'ii Award."
i :-n d out to In* a large,
hamna jni cooler Engrave
a tribute to the soiritual
o! T. mole Beth Sh ilom
Israeli ab'nel m inVr
I Pi. Ki onfch's lea lership
it Israel Bonds th
> a an I oth
pi '. i< "Leon Kron
one the few m ti wh
I Mr, I-:
S b arm en lorsi
l! H Irul Foundation' i
p. e after hi witness '
v I in oul ir
' i the oreanlzi I
on e
i' In the Font til
I million was aid '
di i. d rin \ the dl n
i t.it \l raised by t*v
ta ; i Foun tation t<
on, ;n! in :n ase of 3
the "i jhth annual Ml I
. Coi ci nee and we I
ma '-. towards thi
i a iel.
i 5 le'i "at s from
'' 1e I States an !
I S'll '', '1 t0 '''
t $5.1 h for th !
'! Histadr-ul '
whl ih will h "'
"iiiT for 5 0
ir- ;- : -i 1 r.) \ te
tor -i- an I j
i (>. -
' .':i ir, who beca e F
Mini i In 1933 an I h
the cabi' i I
Tamiil Sisterhood
irling Annual Bazaar
: \'i T iml' Sl'te
lint; it1; annual bazaar S in
'. neon, and Moi
10 a m. Lunch wiT
irved both lays for a nominal
i !ai lt< m Blake i- Sisterhood
pent Ida Dwork and Reiva
are bazaar chairmen,
* WortttitiBVTfMalreS
Matthau
via
-peten'
Taiic"
All about love
cfnd marfiage*
two decades, raid that members .
of the Israel defense forces "fight ;
lot only for the 2.7 mill'on Jews
n Israel, but for the millions >
lews throughout the world wh"'
no sruarantoed the right to lmmi-1
rxate I > Israel under the Law oi'
Return."
lie termed the continued emi-l
oration of Jews from the
'nion "thi greatest miracle of our
Irsl 23 year.-, an 1 a i m that we
"i! reach 6 million Jews in Is-
by our 50th anniversary i.
1998."
At a news conference held prior
'o the banquet, Mr. Sapir said
i rosp cis for fund-raii n< for h
rael i!>:< vear 'are looking up. Ip
1972. Israel Bon i-- i _
an the IMA ad I -\ 5235
Both r in s > .-- I
1971. V this vi ". hi i i: ii m
ire t! the tv frives is wI'
is eh iirooi tanl en -s as thi
listadr M Camoai rn ait H "' '; w ill mi ive a'l
' in tl '.;!;:
' :i'- ; ibhi :''' >: h, ho .' as
t'onal hai man of i ic
oa i a' i r in the Mi l-V
'onfc.i inclu I ''. v. S!
Israel Kconomie Minister to the
nited States and Canada: Ben-
amin Bonncy, Israel Consul Gen-
eral in Atlanta; Dr. Sol Stein
afional president of the ferae1
Histadrut Foundation; William II.
.> k. national campaign chairman
ml conference chairman who
serve! as dinner toastmast r. and
Bernard Jasobson, acting exccii
live vice president of the National
O mmittce : ir Labor Israel.
Samuel Fcinstein, president ol
'In Israel HistadVut Council o.
South Florida, extended gn
'".': with Eli [Catzin. p;-esi len
of Temple Both Sholom, and Mot
Levin, chairman of the board ol
the Histadrut Council and na
vice prcsl 1< nl ol the Isra
Histadiul Foundation.
At a meeting of the Foundation
i i ;; rtor held the da
after the banq let, Dr, Si
e 111 I '. .
an o crwli Imin : ici ess, '.v !ii '
levin our
oa' foi this rieal y< ar a
tending our h n lai [ii an I
;iio n th Unite '
i i i la."
Among lenders on hand for intarnaticnal tribute to Rabbi
Leon Kronish at dinner climaxing Israel Histadrut Founda-
tion's Mid-Wintei Ccnfcience are (from left) William H.
-! Philadelphia, national campaign chairman and (in-
ner loa and Ei Katzi president c! Temple Bc;h Sholom, congie j i
tion d :';io honoree.
FUND RAISERS!!
IT IS YOUR ANSWER TO SALVATION
-The First Annual Greater Miami Fund Raisers Exposi-
tion is being held at the SHERATON BEACH RESORT,
19400 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida on Feb-
ruary 24 and 25, 1973 Hours are: Saturday, Sunday
12 Noon to 7 P.M.
Thousands of ideas, products and services will be on display
to ease your job of raising much needed funds for your organiza-
tion. It is the answer to a Fund Raiser's Prayer. DON'T MISS IT!
Write today for complimentary tickets for your President and
Fund-Raising Chairman to: FUND RAISERS EXPOSITIONS, P.O. BOX
300, Ramsey, New Jersey 07446, or call (201) 82S-2255. Tickets
available at the door. Admission SI.50.
Now Showing Daily
Continuous Performance from 1 P.M. New Show Every Friday
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On Stage in Person Music, Comedy, Sinciinn & flanrinn
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Saturday, February 24th
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'Jenisti ncrktton
Friday, February 23, 19'
T3 xr rw\ \ l IA Testimonial To
Parents Key To Jewislmess (has Weis,Ilian
Of Children--B'nai B'rilh ByBethModw
WASHINGT" >N (J ?A) Parents
ead of rabbis and
l I MS Si n (le-
ti. ning the Jewish lifi ation
< hildren, accoi din ; to '
nati s <>ii that
i..- i 7 boys n Irl who
I ieen leaders in the B'nai
1 I'l th ': th '1
Son i; I percent : the }
steis credited thtir mothers :th
i major positive influence on their
Jew.. ::--: and 60 percent named
their fathers. The res :; i s ol the
study, a collaborative effort of Dr.
Max F. Baer. BBYO director, and
Dr. Fred Massarik, scientific rli-
rcctor of tin1 National Jewish
Population Study sponsored by tin
Council of Jewish Fi and
Welfare Funds, was reported at
the annual meeting of t!:c B'nai
B'rith Youth Commission.
I .':'. 16 percent saii their rabbis
. ly influenced them and 38
percent reported only minor in-
fluence from rabbi';. More than
29 percent reported no rabbinical
influence and 13 percent reported
a negative Influence, according to
tin- study. The study indicated the
role of teachers was "oven less
important." Only 10 percent said
ill. influence of such teachers was
major while -13 percent said it was
minor. About one-third of the
> ingsters reported no influence
from their teachers and 10 percent
reported a negative influence.
Less than $ percent of the
youngsters said their mothers had
no influence and about lo percent
said thei fathers lacked infl lenci
The influence of man.:' arents also
was shown to be significant. A**out
two-thirds of the youth leaders
{rave their grandparents credit for
at least some influence. The study
^'' showed that the notion of
peoplphood was the principal fac-
toi in the Jewishness of the
youngsters.
Most rejected "ghettoizing" as
unnecessary to the preservation of
their Jewish identity. They con-
- iri i'd ethical concepts of Juda-
ism as more important than
leligious observances. Among ob-
servances most regarded only
Yom Kippur and Rosh Hashana
as essential to "being Jewish."
!; framing from work on the Sab-
bath ami keeping a strictly kosher
home were viewed by the young-
sters as having the least relevance
ti their Judaism.
A panel n p ol rabbis, an
educatoi and a psychiatrist as-
serted .:' tiie tiie.'liiiL; that Jewish
youth attracted to Christ an evan-
gelism were seeking a more per-
sonal relationship with their re-
ligion than they find in modern
Jewish life. The panelists, all
r BBYO members, said young
Jews prefer the emphasis or: inter-
.. sonul relations in such Chris-
tian evangelical movements as
Key 73" to such large Jewish
nsl unions as the s. nagogue.
Kabbi .Man Letofsky, director of
the Hillel I oundation at Wisconsin
' niversity, said the modem syn-
agogue was I g and the rabbi
too re.note to rake any positive
Impact on Jewish teens." He called
I:, synagog e "too formal, too
ms, i i. in elevant, t1 o im-
i isonal." lb' described tii ap-
roach which fin,is a response in
some Jewish young people as
"Jesus needs you ... I need you."
Dr. Nathan Billig, a Washington
psychiatrist, said that many teen-
agers he sees "express a fury as
to what they believe parents are
loing and fail to do." He said such
teenagers "feel that most syna-
! gue-attending adults go there
without any real sense of purpose
or meaning an I see no relation-
ships between their syna
affiliation ami daily ethical prac-
tices. "Rabbi Stanley Rabinov. it/ of
Washington said such criticisms
should be broadened to include all
youth organizations which he
charged were "using techniques
that do not work anymore. They
.just re-mimeographed their old
publications."
The commission directed the
BBYO to eni|>hasi/e voter educa-
tion programs both for its mem-
Temple Beth Moshe. formerly
in w. Dixie Highway now re-
located at 2225 NE I21sl St., in
Sans Soud Estates, will pay
tribute to Charles Weissman, who
f serving as president of the Con
ration for the second year. One
of the founders of the Congrega-
tion, Mr. Weissman, will be hon-
ored with a Testimonial dinner and
dance to be held at the Fontalne-
hlcau Hotel on Anril T.
Members of the planning com-
mittee are: Herbert Lelchuk, Jack
x'erlman and Mis. Da\1d Stark.
"O-chairman, assisted by:
Mr. and Mis. living Cohen.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Golland.
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Gordon, Mrs.
Selma Herzog, Mr. and Mrs. Her-
n it Kanter, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Konefsky, Jack Lampert, Mrs,
Herbert Lelchuk, Mrs. Irving
I. nden. Jack Missry. Mrs. Milton
Pepper, Mrs. jack Perlman, Mrs.
Jay Rand, Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Richman, Mr. and Mrs. Barnct
Selby, David Stark. Mr. and Mrs
Arnold Stern, Mrs. Etta Thayei.
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Weisblatt,
and Mrs. Rhoda Zuckerman,
LO.JCA Names
Kahhi Savitz As
National Director
Rabbi P.even Savitz of N'ew York
has boon appointed national direc-
hers and the general youth com- lot of the Union of Orthodox Jew-
munity, and called for an intensi-
fied effort to register all eligible
youths for the next election. The
commission took the action after
reviewing reports that only 40
percent of the eligible voters
between 18 and 20 voted in
November elections.
The commission noted, in an-
other resolution, the 30th anniver-
sary of the Warsaw Ghetto revolt
and called on all school systems
to "recall foi the world the horrors
if the Holocaust, to dispel the
nyth that Jews submitted to the
liter without heroic struggles.
and to remind mankind that we
art' m t immune to ;- repetition of
,bis most tragic episode in modern
history."
lish Congregations of America, it
\ as announced this week by
Harold M. Jacobs, UOJCA pres-
ident.
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A SPfCMlTY 4
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Travel Film At
Tuesday Meet
Of Sisterhood
The Sisterhood of the Israelite
Center Temple will ho!,i its reg-
ular meeting on Tuesday at s p.m.
n the Social Hall of the Temple.
Four's Tours of Coconut Grove
will show a film entitled "A Trip
to Spain and Surrounding Coun-
tr.es."
Dena Leiter and Pearl Koenigs-
' erg are sharing the presidency of
the Sisterhood.
Rabbi Savitz served as the
the (1'ier,"r of ,nc fellowship program
a! the Gur Aryeh Institute of the
Rabbi Chaim Berlin Rabbinical
Academy in Brooklyn from 1950
to 1964. He (hen assumed the post
ol executive director of the Bais
Vaakov School in Baltimore.
He served as chairman of the
Association of Jewish Day Schools
'it Greater Baltimore from its in-
icption. and in this position he led
efforts for federal, state and fed-
i ration aid to day schools.
Rabbi Savitz is a member of the
National Jewish Commission on
Law and Public Affairs, a directoi
>f the Chaim Berlin Rabbinical
Academy and has served as vice
resident of the National Assoeia-
!ion of Day School Administrators.
Mesivta Women Meet
Mesivta Women of Great, i
Miami will hold its next regulai
meeting on Monday at 1 p.m. in
Kneseth Israel. Rabbi David I.ehr-
field will give a talk, and Mrs.
Serbia Schwei.r. will discuss tin
development ol the Jewish Com-
munity in Surinam.
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+Jewlst Hcridlar
Page 13-C
Wi
:ohen receives the Israel 25th Anniversary Award
fis Excellency Uri M. Gordon. Minister Plenipotentiary
Permanent Mission of Israel to the United Nations,
fccasion was the guardian dinner of the 1973 Inaugural
fence of Israel Bonds, held last Feb. 13, at th ^eau Hotel. Cohen was dinner chairman. The Guard-
Israel are persons who purchase a minimum of
in bonds annually. Viewing the presentation is Mil-
Parson, director of the Israel Bond Organization in
iFlorida.

v
meichels
by XORMA BARACH
"' .....
bv aro two interest ins eggplant recipes which come to me
fr^B cookbook recently published by the Batya Chapter of
MJuHstu Women of Detroit. Organization cookbooks often con-
tain SDii o! the best ivri;vs found anywhere, since they are
ffUtii!i [Tsona1 favorites. If you would like to see recipes
use*fro-n your group's cookbook, I'd be glad to peruse your
book nM : I -omo n-.ii>.-. for this column. Just send the book
'0 a in mv of The c*i, veland Jewish News, 13910 Cedar Rd
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bread crumbs
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2 onions
3 Stalks celery
M, lb. butter
2 nied. tomatoes
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1 can tomato sauce
M tsp. salt
dash of pepper
2-3 slices American cheese
Peel and >liee eggplant three-quarters Inch thick. Dip
slieaav ''K"s and bread crumbs and then eggs again. Fry in oil.
Dice onion ami ,-elery and fry in butter at low heat. Dice tomato
ind green [>; -[H i- and add to union and celery. When vegetables
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Place~*gu;>'ant in bottom of casserole. I'our sauce over an 1 grate
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1 ialrly large eegplant '- stick butter
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Peel and slice eggplant into one-inch slices. Arrange a layer
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he buttfi and Mune soup Repeat this process until ingredients
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MOST OF the land of the
village of Akraha, placed off
bounds by the army for security
several months ago, has lepn
released. The Military-Governor
of NablOB, Ali.r-Mlnhne Eliezer
Segev, has informed Xaliltis
Major Ilaj Ma'SXUa al-Masri
that 8,800 of the 5,000 duuams
are now arcesslbto once more to
Villagers for filling.
IEGAI N0TKC
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION.
No. 72-6053 (Parker)
(Formerly County Judge's Court)
In RE: Estate of
ANITA F VINCENT.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tii All -,-.i11. .i and All Person* Hav-
''laims or Demands Vgalnat Said
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the ea-
' ite of ANITA F VINCENT di ised
I'M" ol Dnde County. Florida In the
Circuit Court, Probate Division, <
pads County, and file t)- same in
duplicate mid as provided In i
733.16 Florida Statutes, in their of-
'" ; In the County Courthouse in
Dade County. Florida within six cal-
endar m. nth i'i im the time of the
first nuidi. atlon hereof, or th.
Mill be barred
Dated in Miami, Florida, this 8th
day of February. .\ |i 1973
RICHARD i: VINCENT
As Administrator CTA
Plrsl publication c.f this notice on
in.- 16 day "i February, l; 7:i
HARRIS & SIRKIN, I' A.
Attorneys for Administrator ota
".th Floor Dade Federal i'ddg.
Miami. Florida 33131
2/16-23 3 2-5
IN THE 11TH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 73-2314
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The ra rlage of
CARMEN VALENTIN JACQUES.
V, if. .
INNOCENT I>. J. JACQUES,
Husband,
VOir, INNOCENT P. .1. JACQUES
residence unknown; are required to
file your answer to the petition for
dlssolution of marriage with thi Clerk
of the above Court and serve h copy
thereof upon Herman Cohen, Esq.,
1310-11 Congress Bid*., Miami. Flor-
ida, .in or before March v.. 1978, or
else petition ill be confei Bed.
: !. Jan. 80, i"7:;
RICHARD P. DRINKER
Clerk, Circuit Court
By B. J Ft V
I >. nut i'i
(Cii im Court Setill
l' 2-9-H
LEGAL NOTIU
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage
in business under the fictitious name
of IM)IZ STORKS at 1612 S W 1st
Street, Miami Fla. intends t<> register
said nam- with the Clerk ..f the Cir-
cuit Court of Dad,- Cbunty, Florida
VICENTK I! Kul/.
2/16-23 3/2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2962
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
IDA Rl'TH SILVERMAN
I.....ased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vou are hcrel.v notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which sou mi\ have against
est ite of iha i:t th SILVER-
MAN deceased lati ol Dade County,
Florida, i" the Oircuit Judges of Da ie
County, and file the sain, in dupli-
cate and as provided iii Section 738.-
16, Florida Statutes, In their offices
In the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
PUblicatl.....1 hereof, or the same will
be barred,
Dated at Miami Florida, this 29th
day of January. A D. lf73.
ANNA BOBROW
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 2nd day of February. 1978.
Kommel, Rogers, Lorber &
Shenkman
Attorneys for Administratrix
4-0 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla.
2/2-9-16-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA;
FORMERLY
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 71-2175
IX RE: Estate of
Min ER FRANK
n. eased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my Final Report and Petition
f..r Distribution and Final Discharge
is Executor of the estate of MSYER
FRANK, dee.ased: and that on the
'st day of March. 197S, Will apply to
he Honorable County Judges of Dade
County. Florida for approval Final Report and for distribution and
final discharge as Executor of the
state of the ahoye-jiamed decedent
This ::ist day of January. 1978,
DAVID J FRANK
PRED A NEWMAN
BY: STANLEY M PRED
At tnrney
STANLEY M FRED
-"I Had.- Federal Building
Miami. Florida 88181 -- 877-0268
I 2-9-16-28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-442
J. GWYNN PARKER
In ISF: Estate of
JOHN M QINSBURO
I lei eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and required
'- present an) .laims and demands
which you may have against the es-
late of JOHN M OINSB'.'RO deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
Circuit Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro.
vlded in Section 733 16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their oiti.es in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six caiendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
I he same Will l>e bat red
Dated al Miami. Florida, this '.'7 dav
.f February, A d 1973
HARt iLD i-: oiNSBCRd
As Executor
First puhli. atlon of this notice
the 9th dav of February, 1973.
ARTHUR S DEVINS
Attorney for Executor
1191 City National Bank nidg.
Miami Florida 33130
2 9-16-28 3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
VIP TRAVEL at sni X.W. ill Street.
Miami. Fla. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade CouYlty, Florida.
DAVID HAYLOCK
___________ 2 2-9-16-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NUMBER 73-182
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
R< >SE MOSKOWITZ
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
nulred to present any claims and de-
mands which vou may have against
the estate of ROSE MOSKOWITZ de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida.
to the County Judges of Dade County.
and file tile same In duplicate and as
provided In Section 733 16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the I'oun-j
ty Courthouse in Dad,- County. Flor-j
Ida. Within six calendar months from!
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will I" Laired
Dateil at Miami. Florida, this 26 dav
of January. A D. it'Ta.
Esther Diener
a Executrix
First publication of this not ot
the 2nd day of February, 1978.
SIMON, MAIS A ORl'NDWERG
Attorneys for Executrix
608 Ainsles liuilding
Miami. Florida 83132
2'2-9-l-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-525
J. GWYNN PARKER
in RE: Estate of
BENJAMIN BOGART
di i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditoi ind Al Pel
ing Claims or Demands Agabisi Said
ITou are h< '
to present an> claim* and demands
whlcl t the es-
tate oi REN '.'. i
I i. i i .
Circuit Juri Count) ml
he so nn
|
hcusi ii Dadi mi i nda,
the
i :.
. ; ....
Fill tl
..f February A 11 197
HANN HI I'.. N
Al Itl N
Fin! publli of tl ..ii
the 16th da'
Ham Z
Al lorn. for .'.'. utrix
120 l.in. oln
Miami Uea. h. !': i
.1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CON5THUCTIVS SLRViCE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-3463
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: TIIK MARRIAISE IF,
PEDlii SANTIAGO, .IK .
Husband
and
RAMONA SANTIAGO.
U lie
Tl i RAM" INA SANTIAIII I
Rci idem > uiiknov, n
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution < Mar-
riage ha.- been filed against you and
vou are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it on
FRIEDMAN AND LIPCON. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is ':7"7
S.W. sth Si Suite 109, Miami. Flor-
ida 33134 1446-6485), and file the or-
i Iglnal with the clerk of the above
styled court on ..r before March 23,
1973: otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded In the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS lliv hand and the Seal
of said court al Miami. Florida oil
this 12 day of Feh 1973
RICH VRD P BRINKER
As CU rk Circuit Court
1 lade I 'oui 15 Florida
By K M KISSEE
As I n puty I Merit
(Circuit Court S. all
FRIEDMAN AND LIPCON
;',t:it S w Eighth Street, suite 109
Miami. Florida 33134 (446-64851
Attorney for Petitioner
MITCHELL J LIPCON
i 16-23
.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, des'ring to engagi
in business under the fictitious name
of KLAPPERS !t Inn E Flagler
Street, Miami, Florida Intends to reg-
ister .-aid name wltn the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ISRAEL ROZENCWAIG
Leonard Kallsh
aiioi n. v for Applicant
1629 Dul'oiit l'.uil.lnig
2 2-9-16-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-174
111 RE: Estatl of
DAVID REIZ
lie. eaf .-d _.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
t.i present any claims and demands
whi.li you may hav against the es-
tate of DAVID REIZ deceased late of
Pad. County. Florida, to the Circuit
Judges of Dade County, and file the
same in duplicate and as provided In
Section 733 16, Florida Statutes, in
their offices In the County Courthouse
in I lade County, Florida, within sis
calendai mot tl h trom the time of t
first publication hereof, or
will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida
day of February, A D. 1973
HERMINIA REIZ
As Executrix
First publication of this n
the 6th day of February, 1973.
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Bstal a
M<"'> His. a) ii. Rids
Miami. Fla
Tih
the same
this
.tl.
on
EXECUTIVE OFFICE: 1545 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-772
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
JEAN JINDRA
I i.-.-eased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims .a- Demands Against Said
Bstati ...
You are hereby notified ami required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate i JEAN JINDRA deci ised late
of Dade County, Florida, to the Cir-
cuit Judges ..I Dade County, and file
the same in duplicate and as provided
in s,' non 733.16. Florida Statutes, In
their offices In the County Courthouse
in Dade County. Florida, within six
. al< .i.i.it- month* fiom ii i time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
u ill be barn .i
Dated at Miami, Florida, this '.'
d iv "i Fehman A D 1973.
Sanford s Faunca
As Executor
First publication of this n
the 16th il.n of F. I.- inn j 1973
I' ^L'NCE, PINK .< FORM i\
, ,02 IK Miami. Fla.
2 16-2
.ti.e on
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
IN PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-421 (Judge Dowling)
(formerly County Judges Court)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
SYLVIO LAZZARIN,
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay
Ins claims or Demands Against Salt
E tate ,
You are hcrel.v notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands Which vou may hav, against
the estate .d SYI.VI" LAZZARIN de-
ceased late of Dade Col......Florida
to the Circuit Judges of Dade County.
and file the same In duplicate and
as provided In Section ?::i 16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the lime of Ihe first publication here-
of, or the same "ill be barred
Dated al Miami. Florida. Ihis 30
day of January, A l> 1978
DOLORES M LAZZ VRIN
As Executrix
Fust publication ol this notice on
the 2nd day of February. 1973.
ROBERT It WHITE
At torney for Execul rlx
1032 Alfi. d I dul'oiit I'.uildlng
2 l!-9-1fi-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
M m lerslgned, desiring to ens
business und. r the fictitious name of
REVISTA ISI.A DEL W-IUK at
416 x.w L'Tih Avenue, Miami. Fla
register said
the Clerk of the Cln ull Court of Dade
County. Florida
JOSBJ. TH.tvi,^;i|8;3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 1 it
I the undersigned, desiring to engage
i in business under the fictitious name
..f ME1 ALEFCA INVESTMENTS
i 'i imp an Y i x i l.....iiorati .i. at
number 19 W Flagler Street, It
City of Miami. Florida. Intend :>
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court ol Dade County,
Florida
Dated at Mann. Florida, thii
da] "i" Fi hi inn y, 191
Alfred D Bieli
Pegg) Bleley
2 16-23 --"
IN THE CIRCUIT JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-476
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
STELLA T SI'TI.IFF
I lei eased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Ins Claims ot Demands Against B t
Estate
You are hereby notified and required
i" present any .-laims and demands
ivl h vou in iv have against the es-
tate o* stf.i.I.a T SVTL1FF de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to ih- Cln ull Judgi s of 11, .i. County,
and file the same ill dunlicate and as
pro Ided in Section 733 16, i
staiutes. iii their offices In the Coun-
: y Courthouse Dadi O unty, Flor-
ida, wiihm six calendar mi
th.- time of the first publication
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated st Miami. Florida this 25 day
,.f January \ n 1971
FLi IRENCE S PASTER
. 21 Baton si rei t.
Hollj >......I, Florida
As Exi i uioi
i m publication of this n
the 2nd das of Februarj, ISTS.
Sheldon n Pallej
Attorney for Estate
14*7 X.W. 7th Streei. Mtaml^
on


Page 14-C
>Jewist>ncr*Jkn
Friday, February 23, 197;
UTCAt NOTICE
lECAl NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
__ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKEUY GIVEN Ihal
jrre und.Ts-tKn, it. desiring to enrage in
business under the fictitious name.' of
PAVILION MANAGEMENT AHSO-
' lATES and PAVILION INTERNA-
TIONAL KKi-URDS at 237:1 Collins
A*nue. Miami Beach. Fu. Intend! to
resister said names wllb the Clerk
of the Circuit Court c.f Dude County.
Florida.
PAVILION INTEHNATIONAU
INCORPORATED
I 9-K-23 :i 2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DAOE.
FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 73-2995
NOTICE TO DEFENO
IN RE THE MARRIAGE of
ROMI'I.O HKYES. JR.. HUSBAND,
AND ''ATHKR1XK (1CVKRMOXT
BBTE8. WIFE.
YOU. Catherine Ouvermont Reyes,
residing at 320-5 Street. West New-
York. New Jersey AT093. are required
IE6AL NOTKt
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-3459
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO. 73-2405
NOTICE OF SUIT
IN RE: The Marrtaca of
JONATHAN WILLIAMS.
Husband, and DIANE
WNJ.IAMS. Wife.
TO; DIANE WILLIAMS
Residence I'nknown
YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an aotlon lor dissolution of mar-
rtace has Iveen filed attains! you, and
you are reaulred to serve a cony of
\'ur written defenses, if anv. to it on
.Joseph j. GERSTEN, Attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is leSA
Si^rinu Garden Hoad. Miami Florida
I '.'I. and file the original with ilie
Clerk of tli above stvjed court on o
b. fore March 7. !f73: otherwise
judgment mav lie entrred aKainst you
(,. the reiief demanded in the neti-
tion
WITNESS mv hand and the sea] of
Mid Curt on Jan. 81. 1973.
RICHARD P. HRIN'KER
" lei k. Circuit Court
7!v: C. P. t'OPELAND
IVuuiv Clerk
(OrCUll Court Seal)
l/!--1*-!S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-792
GEORCE E. SCHULZ
In RE: Ketale of
EMA.NCEI. P. CREENBERG
i i 'eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Parsons Bav-
in* claims or Demands Amilnsl Said
Estate:
You are herebs notified and requlredl
ii (tr.s.-it an) claims and demands
ul.t. li \<>u in..\ have aKainst the M-
latc of EMA.VIEI. P. GREENRERU.
tie. eased late of Bade I'.iUDtv, Kl.tl-
to the Circuit JudKes of Dade
Cunly. and fUc tile sauic ill dUOli"
ate and as provided in Se< tion 733.-
Florida Statutes, In their offices
In (hi County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within mi calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be hatred.
to file an Answer to the Petition for j JOHNNY EARL LOCKLEAR
Marriage Dissolution with the Clerk and
of this Court and serve a ropy there-, CLARA LOCKLEAR
of upon J. C. Laus-sel. your husband's, TO: CI-ARA IiOCJvl E-VR
lawver. 1770 (41 West flakier Street.. c o ESTELLK OXDINE
Miami. Florida 33135. not later than i Route 1
Marrh 19. 1973. otherwise a Default' Chadhourn. N.C.
will be entered acalnsl you for relief! YOU ARE HERERY NOTIFIED
"ouaht for. Dated: 7 February 1973.; thai an action for Dissolution of Mnr-
Obituaries
Miami. Florida.
RICHARD P. I1RINKKR. CLERK
By: R. M. KISSEK
Deputy Clerk. Circuit Court
(Clrt uit Court Seal)
__ 2/9-16-23 :! -'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 72-MC9
(formerly County Judne't Court)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ARE ACRERMAN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
"e Claims or Demands Acainst Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
uuired lo present anv claims and de.
mantis which von mav have acainst
the estate of ARK ACKBRMAN de-
ceased late of l.uzerne County. Penr-
sylvanla, lo the Circuit Judces of
Hade County, and file the same In
duplicate and as provided in Section
733 16. Florida statutes, in their of-
fices in the County Courthouse in
I lade County Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publication hereof or the same
will be barred.
Dated al t'pner I.ehlKh. Pennsyl-
vania, this 31st day of January. AD
1973.
Benjamin Man in Ackermon
As Ancillary Executor
First nuhlii ntlon of this notice on
the 'i day of F-bruary, 1973.
LAW OFFICES IP
\ .IAV CRtSTOL
Attorney for Ancillary Executor
?1 X E First sve.
Miami, Florida
2 Ik.lM-tS 3 2
rluae has been filed aralnst you and
you are reaulred to serve a cony of
your written defense*. If anv. to it on
ARE KOSS. attorney for Petitioner
whose address is 101 N W 12th Ave-
i nue. Miami. Florida **nd file the or-
iginal with the clerk of the sbo-v
I stvled coui't or on before March 28.
I 1973: otherwise a default' will he eo-
lered against you for the relief de
j manded in the comnlaint or petition
This notice shall he mibMshed on<-e
' each week for four ronsecutrve weeks
, in THE JEWISH Fl ORIDIAV.
WITNESS my hand and the seal o'
I said court at Miami. Florida on this
] II day of February. 17!
R P. RRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Hade County. Florida
By B. J. FOY
Am Deputy Clerk
i (Circuit Court Meal)
STONE & SOSTCH1N
Abe Koss
101 N W 12(h Avenue
Miam4 '"lorida
AKurnev for Petitioner
l IS-I3 : 1-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 73-3370
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
MARIA II DOMIXUUE2,
Plaintiff.
vs.
Filed at Miami. Florida this 9 day ORLANDO DOM!VOCES
February. AD. 1973. KXHiulE Estrada \\i
KATE ilKEKXnKRt;
DM MARTIN GREEN BERG
Al Executors
Fn.-i publication of this notice
the id day oi February, 1973.
JOSEPH SCHMIER. Esquire
AlUitnev for Exe. utoi s
0"'. Lincoln Road. Suite 206
;.: .mi Beach. Fla.
- ___________ I U-2:t "2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HERERY GIVEN that
the undarsUtned, fteslflnjt to engage '"
business under the fictitious name of
SMI-GOOD ENTERPRISES at c/o
Curtis smith. IM>1 Pence de Leon
Blvd., Coral Gables, Fla. Intend (o
i-ri.-iei said Ham. with the Clerk of
tl t ircuil Courl of Dade County,
Florida,
MIl.Tt IN C 0< KIDMAN
CURTIS SMITH
Mtl.Tl IN I ;< a 'I '.MAN
Atlorne) tui Smi-Good Enterprise!
ilist .\ ne Buildlni
Miami. Pla. 33130
2 l"i-j:: :: 8-J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEKEiO GIVEN (hat
"'.:: to enitaite in
I- ess ui di i the fl (ii lout name of
API (A at I"" N \v "l: Street. Ml-
I lade i "ouill S Florida int. mis to
ter said naine with the Clerk of
i ircuil i ..in t of I >ade County,
Florida.
I l.i RIDA AUTO PAINTING, IXC.
Hoi i I Rosen, President
K'OMMEI.. ROGERS. LORBER A
.- HEN K M \ \
42 LI.....In Ri
v ami B< ai h, Flot Ida 33139
1 Id-SS "
BVANGBLINA ESTRADA WD
I.EONII.O GCT1ERREZ AND
i IX>I.ORES GCTIERREZ.
riefendanis.
To. ENRIQirE ESTRADA AND
E VANG El. IN A ESTRADA
314 Sth Street.
Cnion City, New Jersev
! TO: LEONILO GUTIERREZ AND
I HORES GUTIERREZ.
3002 Benren Line Avenue
Union cuv. New Jeraej
TOU ARE HERERY NOTIFIED
that an action to Impress a trust and
'omnel you to convex to the actual
owners the property which you hold
In trust th. same being:
Lot 1(4, of JOHN A CAMPBELLS
LITTLE FARMS, a. cording lo plat
thereof recorded In plat Rook 4i>.
Page SI. of the Public Records of
Dade County, Florida
been filed acainst you and you
are required to serve your written
'fi uses : any, lo it on LEE WEls-
SENBORN attorney f"i ihi Plaintiff
whose address Is suit.- |0l, Ftagtei
lluildlnir, 111 \ i: Finn Street, Miami.
Florida and file ihe original on the
ci.ik of Courl before March S3, 1973,
, otherv ise a iudgmenl may be en-
ter..! against you for relief demanded
To be published once each week
i nnsei ui Iva weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS in' hand and seal of
' iui i ..l Miami. Florida this 12
I Februar>. 1973.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of Circuit Court
I lade .ami v. Florida
i-.v: I! .1. nu-
ll- Denuty clerk
' i:i: WEISSKN'BI IRN
ulti i I ilei Federal Blda:.
Ill N i: First St.
Miami, i i
5 IJ-23 S :-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
!N AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No 7?'1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
LENA OINANDES
Deceased
To All Creditor* and All Persons II iv-
iK Claims or Demands Aaain.-t Bald
Estate
You are hereby notified and re-
(tulred to nresent any claims and de-
mands which you mav have aealnst
the estate of LENA OINANDES de-
'eased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the Circuit Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file (he same in dunnrate and
as nrovlded in Section 73:; l. Florida
S'atutes. in the County Courthouse in
Dade County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the lime of the
first publication hereof, or the same
wiM he harred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this IKili
da v of January. A.D 1973.
PHYI.IJS CHAZAN
As Executriv
First t.ul.In .ii ion of this rotlce on
the 2nd day of February, 1973,
Kommel Roxera, Lorter &
Shenkman
\ttorneya for Executrix
42" Lincoln Road. Miami
, I'.. ,. !. !..
2 2-9-16-23
NOTICE NDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, deslrine to euaase in
bualm -s under the fi, titious name f
TABU MAGAZINE at 416 N W. STth
\venue. Miami Fla Intend to reais-
i laid name with the Clerk of the
Clri uit Court of Dade Countv. Flor-
ida.
RAUL It 01.11'A .Ck;
J08E 1 I.A7.AG \ :,'.
_______________2-18-23 3'2-9
NOTICE "" r-iOTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiriiiK to eiiKURe In
buaineaa under the fictitious name of
CASSETTE CITY tit M] \ \V 111
Street, Miami, l-'l 331(8 intends to
register --: i 1 name with the Clerk of
'he Cin uit Court of Dade County
Florida.
DAVID HAYLOCK
! K-23 :i :'-!
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-2261
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage or
JOSEPH RASCH. Petitioner.
and
BETTY RAS'll. Respondent.
To: HETTY RASCH
on Concourse Village West
Bronx New York
TOU ARK HEREBY XOTIPIED
that an action for Dissolution .,f Mar-
rutlCe has been filed acalnsl you and
\"U are reouited lo serve a ropy of
your written defenses, if any i,, n on
SHIRLEY woor.p, attorney for Pe-
(itioner. whose address i- 4l'" Mncnln
Hoad. sun.- :]). Miami Beach Flor-
ida 33139. .iid file the oriainal with
the clerk of the above styled court
on or before March 7. i;i;.:. mherw --
a default will b. entered aaralnal yon
f"r the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition
This notice shall he publi-hed once'
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS mv hand anil the sea.
of said coun at Miami Florida
this 3" day of January, 19t I
RICHARD P BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv Florida
Rv L SNBEDEN
As Denutv Clerk
iCircuil Court Seal)
SHIRLEY WOOI.F
4_'0 I.in. oln Roail. Room 211
Miami Reach. Florida 3313*
Attorney lor Pelilioner
/2-9-l-23
Otl
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
NO. 72-23730
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN' RE:
FREDDIE LEE DAVIS.
Husband
and
IENNIE MAY HA VIS.
Wife
TO: JENNIE MAY DAVIS
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY M iT'FII'l
li.it an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage lias been filed again.-! you ami
.on are reaulred la serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to .i mi
WILLIAM SHAPIRO, attorney roi Pe-
lioiier. v.bose address || it] \ K 7:n|,
St.. Miami. Florida 33133 and file the
jr.Kiual with the Clerk of the above
styled courl on or before March
I8TO: otherwise a iiefHUii win be en*.
'red against you for the relief de-
manded in the cmnlainl or petition
This notice shall be published nnct
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLoKihiaN
WITNESS my hand and Hie seal of
said court at Miami. Florida OB this
30th day of Januarv, It73
RICHARD P. HltiNKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By I. BNEEDBN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seolt
WILLIAM SHAPIRO
ill NE. Tstli Street
Miami Florida im:;*
Attorney for Petitioner
2/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that I
the undersigned, desiring to engaKe
In business under th< fictitious name!
i I PERO CONRACTORS al 344 N \V
lilh Avenue, Miami. Fla intend to
said ii.line with the Clerk of
the Clrcuil Court of Dade County
Plot Ida
MARIO A Romero
ARMAND)' PEREZ
I 16-23 3 '2-!i
ABITOL. Philippe Daniel. 18, of Fort
l.iu.icidai.' Riverside. Interment
.Vi.. .SeOo.
ACKERMAN, Jenny. 7*. of Buy Harbor
Island. Riverside. Interment Mt.
Nebo.
ALTMAN. Nathan. 73. of MR. New-
man.
BATTALION. Sarah. TO. U'41 NW
174h St. U'.asbera.
3ROWN. Eva. of MB Riverside.
COHEN. Isidore. 77. I SIX Euclid Ave..
MB. Ulasbenc.
OITTLER. Ueatrlce. 74. of MB
Levilt.
KANTOR. Frieda. i3. of MB. Rlver-
MINCER. Paul H.. 71. of N MB
Riverside
SAPHIR. Morris. 71. of N.M R. l^vltt.
Interment Mt. Nebo.
SHAPIRO. Frances, of MR River-
side
SPEI7ER. Esther. S2. of New York.
I-evitt.
AARONS. Harry. 71. 6924 Indian
Cr.ek Dr M R. Gordon
CASER. Harry. S3. liOO Bay Rd..
MB. Riverside. .
HARMELIN. Nathan. S3. 17il Collins
\ve M B Riverside.
JUNKER. Justin. 74. 1KS01 (Vlllns
Ave MB Newman
LEPOW. David. 5. S',1 Meridian
Ave MB Riverside.
MILMAN. William. ti7. of Tamai.o
i lordon
SCHIFFMAN. Nettle. 74. ~12 Wash-
lniT:..n Ave M H Gordon
SNYDER. Cecil Carl. SO. of North
Miami Riv.-rslde
stern. Dr. Frani la H.. 55, of N.M.B,
l evitt
WISSNER. I otiis. si, of M B River-
side Interment Ml Who
YEMIN. Beiii .niMi. 7. 5601 Collins
Ave ^1 H Riverside
SERARD. Homer B II, '( M B
Riverside.
I COSJOACK. Pelei VV :"'! I'.'lsl Bt.,
>t R Newman
, FEi OMAN. Morris. :.. -''""I CoHIni
\v M It Gordon
OERSHON. Joseph, 7". of Hallandale.
I evRI
QREENBERG. Fannie M of N M B
Riverside Interment Star of David
JACOBS. Morris, 77 "''. VE 204th R1
Gordon
polansky. Rose, 30, 120 Meridian
Ave M 1! Gordon
RAUER. Morris 1 71 Xewmai
Interment Ml Sinai
ABEL, lawls. 71. 293" NW 23rd Ave
Gordon Interment Star of David.
BACH. Gertrude. SI. 3537 SW 3rd
SI Gordon Interment Mt Sinsi
BITTAN. Adele, 7".. of S M B River-
side
BLOOM. Samuel, go, 3S9 NW Jnd
St Oofd it
1 COHEN. Fannie. 74. of MB Rlver-
sJds
GOULD. Helen. 17. of W Palm
Beach l evitt.
, hfoman. Harry, 79. of M B \'.w -
man
i eon. Morris, 63. of M B Newman
i RUBFNSTEIN. Sam. 61. of Century
Village Gordon
RYDE. O'rn <6 of M B \ewmnn.
SCHNFtBOLK. Harry, 61. of N" MR.
' Newman.
TEPPER. Rosaline 66.nf N" M I".
Riverside. Interment Star of D.ivld.
ZISRLATT. Irving. 79. of il B. River-
side.
BISHOP. Connie Martha, 24. of Miami
Newman.
CRAVATH. Sadie. 6s. of Ray Harbor
Islands. Levitt.
DORFMAN. Cos,.. 76, 16230 B\V 4Mb
St Gordon.
EPSTEIN. Benjamin. 16, of N M B
Riverside.
GREENE. Frank. 7".. of Miami
Riverside. Interment Mt Nebo
LUBELL. Sadie. 72. of Royal Bab. -
mian Condominium. I evitt
ORLIN. Hyman. 77 l"'." 103rd si .
Bay Harbor Island Riverside
PORTER. Frank. 71. of Hallandale.
I evltl
RUBENSTEIN. Oscar .77. of M R
Newman,
RUSSELL. Marie A.. 90. of MB.
Riverside.
SCHNERER. Sylvia. 62, 1800 San
Soux-I Blvd. Riverside.
SHULMAN. Abraham. 7S. of Miami.
Riverside.
STEINBERG. Mollle. 73. 13io NK
ItiTih St. Riverside.
GOLDSTEIN. Mary. 75. 2359 Pine
Tree Dr.. M.B. Gorilon
JAY Murray. II, Bjjl SW ISlh St..
West Miami. Gordon. Interment
Star of David.
LA2AR. Paul. 67. of Bay Harbor
Islands. I..mu.
I EVINE. Joseph. 62. of MB. River-
side.
PRELL. Paul E X4.. ttl3 \W ISth
Place. Gordon.
SAPERSTON. Geraldlne. S2. 69ft>
Collins Ave Mil Lavltl
Bl EEFIELD. Fay. 70. of Hallandale.
RIasbera
BLUMSTEIN, Sadie, of N MB.
I evllt.
CUMMINGS. David. 77. 2S4 NK >4th
S( Riversi le
OLASSMAN, l^o. JO. 1773 Calais Dr
M B Riverside.
GOLDBERG. Josenh. S2. 1001 Penn-
sylvania Ave M 11. Riverside
GOOOSTEIN. Hortense, 56, of Italian
dale. Rlasberu.
KATZ. Mever. 7S. 2716 Collins Ave..
MB Blasbera
LOVE. Infant daughter of Mr and .
Mrs Neil Love. 1241 NW 27th
Ave Rlasbera
MINKOWITZ. PhllllO, 71. 4101 Col-
line Ave.. MB Gordon
SERRES. Louis Dennis. 74. of M B
ttewman.
SHOENTHAL. Samuel. 13 of N.M.B.
1 evitt.
SIRKIN. Fannv. tis. IM S Glides
i \- \t n Rlasbera:
STEINSAPIR. Sam L. 7ii of N.
^liami Riverside
TURNAGE. letha. 2910 NW 2:ird
*v Gordon
yearc.in. Alvin Edward, tt. of
N M l: Riverside.
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-1940
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THK MARRIAGE UK
Cl.oill \ LAZO
and
REIN \l I") \..\7.i i
TO: REINALDO l_\ZO
Calle Tercera, No. :::..".
nlie 1 ami 4
Vedndo. ITBA.
TOP ARK HEREBY NGTIPIKD
Ihal an netion for Dissolution of Mor-
nace bus been filed acainst vim and
von me required to serve a ropy of
vour written .lefenses. if :mv to t
on ABE K088. aftornev for Petitioner
whose a.idi.ss is mi N \\ i^th .ve-
nue, Miami Fla.. ISA. and file the,
oriainal with the clerk of the above
styled courl on or before March Sth
1673: Otherwise a default will be en-|
tared aaalnal jroa for the relief de-
manded In the .oini.laiiii r oetiilon
Ihis notloe shall be nuhlished one* I
eai'h week for four ronsecutlva weeks
in THE JEWISH PIjOIUDIAN
WITNESS mv hand ami the seal'
Of said conn at Miami.. Florida on'
this 2% dav of Januarv. 1971
RICHARD P BRIXKEl:.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dude Countv. Florida
Bv N A. IIKWKTT
As Denuty Clerk
(Clrcuil Courl Seal)
ABE KOS8
101 N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami. Flu. 338-4^22
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r. February 23, 1973
+ Jewish nuridfeui
UGAL NOTICE
Page 15-C
[HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
>*VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
)ADE COUNTY FLORIDA
ERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
J-,T, bo MarrlMr* ..i
EKV.I M.tM'K'l, AUM WZA
-mi and GLADYS Polio
w/..\. wife.
Il AUi'S POZO ALMANZA
Ian Manuel lermlno Puerto Padre
mute. Cuba
ARE HEREBY notified thai
m for DlaaoluHon of Marrlair.
?en riled airali.st you, and >
reby required to serve a copy .'
'" v" ' ohi r nl. ..din,, i,,' ih,
lii on the Huaband'a all rni i
h ROGERS. WhoM addr*
l.\>- ''Hi Avenue, Miami i
and fii,- ii,.- aria nal win
rk .11 ih. above styled mun
Bfore this 12 day of Mar.-h
>ra default will be entered
r, ,',MiV; ,l,,v "f February, l
I"" HARD P BRINKER
Kioi-k ..i the Circuit Court
|B\: C. I.. ALEXANDER
2/9-1 0-2:1 .i
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
LEGAL NOTICE
name with the>-ie Court ol Dade County, Florida.
DR8. bTEMKII.MAX, I1KOWN AND
_, LAZARL'S
PI OFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION
Hl-ll BRONNER P.A.
Attorn. >.- t.ir applicant
no .\ n aravne Boulevard
.Miami. Pla,
2/2-9-16-23
1,73
___NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
'NO PROPERTVI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-1 "58
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIV'SION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
Tin- marriace of
-------------i Bt'GENE REYNOLDS, husband
^CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
N AND FOR
^DE COUNTY. FLORIDA
,\o. 73-2141
?^rviUr"SO,CTION DIVISION
5TICE OF PUBLICATION
NTARRIAOE OF
>A A M1RICK. wife and
ID WAYNE .misi. i< i uaband
J.NAI.D WAYNE MfSICK
fe> H Ml'SIt'K
No I, Box IA
rrollton, Virginia
\i:e hereby votip'ed
'i fur I ilhMilut'on of Mai -
m m fi',- I aifaTnst you and
..inn..I so nerve a copy nf
nver ..i- uieadliis on AI.VIN
N. I.sij. I01' Biscayne Tower
. Miami. Florida 33132, At-
T>r ;nir1 file ih..
kwitb ill.- clerk of the Circuit
''"'> the IT day of
B9.3. otherwise a ili-f:.ult w.ll
i'l ajraJnat you.
inii 29 day of Januan
CHARD P. BRI.VKER,
T-'lerk Circuit Court
P. C< IRELAND
DEPUTY CI.KRK
pouri Stan
;/2-!)-lfi.23
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
|NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
DAVE COUNTV. FLORIDA
QENMAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
No. 73-2865
' flOTICE OF ACTION
HANIM, PKIlKZ ai
(*ARMPy MIXQZ PEREZ, hla wife
OI.DKERi; and
BKK'i. hie wife.
* A-.
CPH OOl.DBEHd and
iSOI.IiBERn. hlH wife.
Ressdcn, rnknnwn
YOC AE HEREBY Ni'TIFIED
that an kiln to can. ,1 a nurltntf nil
,he *HiB,nK described property in
Dade CJSH\. Florida
l.ot J. In Hl.M-k 33. of REVISED
PMBPTOF c-.Mti-l, CITY, accord-
is*/ t/> the Plat thereof, n-i re-
corded In Plat Book .'.". at Paee
3. of the Public Records or Dade
County i
''Ha beeKffiled aaainst you and you
ure rfQUlrt'' ,i\, < ,-n\ of your
wrttjew'uef. uses, jf any. lo it on
HABitBU T|.;ITKI..MA\. nlaiiililL
lUWlfBlK"-" adiW-.v II'. V \>
tth 1*1 let. Miami. Florida. Mi**,, on
t bffr rjpiar.h 14. 1973 and file the
orlirln^i ttrr.-of with thi- -l.-rk of
this f jya^L nrro-r before service on
pialnti^^Eattorney or immediately
therean^ff olberwiite a default will
be entered .h'ium v.-u for th.- relief
demanded In the mmtilaint
Hated at Mi-mi. Florida thla daj
of Ftbnuav. li'Tn
Kii.iiiii i' brixkf.h
flfcrrl. of Pireult Court
|Sy Ii M KISSKK
I- Deputy Clerk
I/9-16-JS 3 2
HAN \ PEYNOI n .. '
''< EITOENE REYNOLDS
Ri I 1.1, nee unknown
YOU ARE HERERY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dlacolutlon nf Mar-
: i- bi en filed aaa nal you and
vou are reouired To aerve a cony of
your written defenaea, if anv to II
'i ARTHl'R II I.IPSON, KSQ at-
torney f,,r Petitioner, ivhoae nddreat
Ii 1980 So Ocean n-iv... Hallandnle
Florida 33669, and file the orlKlna'
with Hi.- clerk nf the above s'v1-.:
pour! .ii or before Februan 2D 197*
.-. default -'l be entered
11 u f..r the re'lef demanded
in thi i mnlainl or di tltlon
This notice shall be Dubllahed once
each we.', for four con.....uilve weekt
In Tin; JEWISH Fl OIUDIAN
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
-' 'i url ..1 Miami, Florida on thla
24 day of January, : 7:<
RICHARD P. BRISKER
As Clerk, I "Ireuit Court
Dade County, F^Hda
By l 8NEEDEN
As Deouty Clerk
[Circuit Curt Seal)
*.' l-S-16-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN PROBATE
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 72-1707
FRANK B DOWLING
(Formerly Cuunty Judge's Court)
in rei Eatate of
F.iuth P. DOMOSH
I leceaaed,
-r.,^ NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT.
You are hereby notified that a writ-
ten instrument purporting; lo be the
List win and teatamenl .,f .;.i,i de-
cedent has been admitted to probate
|" -aid Court Y.,u are hereby .op,
manded within alx calendar monthv
from the date of the fir.st publication
of this notice lo appear in said Courl
an.I .-bow auso. jf nny v,,u ,..,,,_ N, hv
the action ..f aaid Court In admlltlna
said will to probate should not stand
unrevoked.
FRANK I! DOWLINQ
CIRCI'IT c. ti;t JTDOE
By MEI i'-A C. DICK
Clerk
SPARSER. ZEMEI ROSKIN AND
HEILBRONNER P.A
Attorneys For Executor
166 \- Blscavne Boulevard
Miami. Florida :::nr,L'
Fust publication of thia notl.....i
the End day of February. 1973
2 2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
... NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tbe undersigned, dealrina to emraare In
oualneas under the r:ctltioua name of
*f ,A -- W : Ih Stree
Bnuth -Miami. Lad. Counts F|.
i.iE'V.";'., '" 'i- -'er raid name with
The cua* of .ii,.. ,,,.u,, ,-,,,., ,
Dade County, Florida
8 H'TH Fl OR IDA AUTO
PAINTERS, IV.'
By Mori,..i i|. Rosen, P sident
5221iV.?J ROERS. I-ORBBR &
S111-, N K .\ IA N
42U Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach, Florida 83139
_______ 2/16-2]
LEGAi NOTICC
TH
'HI CIRCUIT c
1tfc JUDICIAL "
FVORIDA IN
COURT OF THE
CIRCUIT OF
AND FOR
BADE COUNTY
HOBATF DIVISION
-r. No. 73-121
-4eoRc,r: e schulz
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Eata'. of
jtnjm eipsiv y
Dereased
X* All Cayrli'oi and All Persons lluv-
fr*y Qiai^a or Ii.manda Aminal Said
rou MHt hereb\' notified and re-
quired t#'pr, ent any claims and de-
nranda. will, h y.u may have acainst
r Ji'i.irs l.irsKY .ie-
of Hade County. Florida,
t Judfte of Dade County,
same in dunllrate and
i Section 711.11. Florida
their offices in the Coun-
ty (ourthou in Ii.ide County. Flor-
ida. wltklR si\ .-.ilendiir months from
the lime of tbe first i.ubli. anon
hereof. OU* tb.e -anie will l.e barred
Oa'ed at Miami. Florida, this 6 day
i.f February, a |. i"T3
8A1MK I.IPSKY
J^BKI IMiX I.IPHKY
. L^KBUVSEPH I.IPSKY
- ^pfiDKRK'K H I.IPSKY
| As Executors
Filed at Miami. Florida, this fl dnv
of Fehruaaar, A Ii 1973.
I'HII.IPlifiXiM
Attorney tor estate
1121 CltT.fctioni.1 Hank ItldK.
:;. Weatfftabr St.
Miami 33130
?/9-l;3 l/I
aa PI
StfttUt
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FOR
DADE COUNTY
formerly THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 72-647S
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
MAE OROS8MAN
l*e.-eased
To Alt Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Acainst Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired lo present any claims and de-
mands which you may have naainst
the estate of MAB OROSSMAN. D-
eea.-ed. late of Dade County. Florida
to the Circuit .lu.It. of Dade County,
ami file the same in duplicate and as
Provided In Section 733. IB. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 25
day of January. A.D. 1973.
CFtTI-IA WITKIN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the -ml day of February. 1973.
i.AI'IIUS & HOLI.ANDKR
^ttornev for
Cecilia Witkin a/k/a Ceil Wilkind
1674" N.E 9th Avenue
North Miami Iteaili. Florida
) L'-:i-lll-L'3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PFOBATE DIVISION
No. 73-486
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Batata of
BEN H HARVEY
Deceased.
To All Creditor! and All Persons llav-
Ina; Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-1
inands which you may have aaainst
the estate nf BEN H. HARVEY de-'
eased late of Dade County. Florida.)
to the Circuit .ludn.-s of Dade County, I
and file the same in dunlicate and as'
provided In Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, ill their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dad. County. Flor-
da. within six calendar months from!
the lime of the first publication here-'
..f. or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this II
lay of January. AD. 1973.
I ouis H. Harvey
Michael Harvey
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
hfl -'ml day of February. 1973.
YPEN NEV1NS
\ttorne.v for Estate of
BEN II HARVEY
t5 Arthur Codfrey Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
2/2-9-16-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 73-2P71
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE OF SUIT
IN THE MATTER IF:
Adoption "f minor child
'\ stepfather:
BERNARD EDWARD OLIVERI.
Petit loner
''" I: JIMMY I BE DAVIDSON
Residence Cnknown
Address Unknown
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for adoption has been
filed against you in the above-styled
court, and that rou are required to
serve a cony of your answer ... plead.
inns If anv. t" It on the Petitioner'!,
ittnrney, ROBERT 11. BURNS, ES-
QUIRE. 420 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach, Florida and file the original
with the clerk of tbe above-Styled
courl on or before the 7 day of March,
1973: otherwise a judgment mav be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded In the complaint.
WITNESS, ray band and seal of
said Court on January 26. 1971
RICHARD P DRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade Cnuim Florida
H> : 1.. BNEEDEN
Demit v Clerk
.i "uvuit Court Seal)
ROBERT H. BURNS, Esyl'IKE
12" Lincoln Rd. Suite 4.-.0
Miami Beach. Florida
Phone: 636-4421
Attorney for Petitioner
I 2-9-16-23
oar,L1,JUE CIRCIJIT COURT.
PROBATE DIVISION. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-6525 (Dowling)
i" RE: Estate of
BEROI ,H>T .IE k'IBN Di .....t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Estat "'' """"" A' IB| "'"'
You are hereby notifli d and renuln
to present any claims an.I demands
win, h vou m iy have agalnsl ih< i lati
of BEKOIJOT JENSEN dec, tsed late
ol Hole County. Florida lothi Circuit
Judges of Dade County and file th.
";""- '" dunlicate ind as nrovided It
Section 733 16 Florida Statute
their offices in the c..unt\ I'. m
house in Hade County. Fl it ri i will In
.-i\ calendar months from the time ol
the first publication hereof, or the
same \\ 7T i.- barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, ibis 36 das
til January .A.D 1973
.It Ml V .1 ENSEN
As Rxecutor
I' Irsl iiiil.ii. atIon of (his notl. .. ,,.
the 16th da) f February, 1973
U Al I.aci: \ MAER
Alton,.. fol Ex. ,-utor
144" .\\\ ii Av. Suite hie
Miami. Florida, 3
2. 16-23 3 3-9
I ,.<)
ks
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
H" undersigned, desiring lo engage lr
business under the fictitious name
of !: is MAGAZINE al 116 S W
27th Avenue. Miami. Fin, intend In
register said name with the Clerk of
i... c.r.uit Courl of Dade County,
Florida.
u.M'l. R. i ILIVA ..a';
Jl I8E I. LAZAGA "..
2 16-23 3 1-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
% .-NAME LAW
XJMCBIS HEREBY CIVEN thai
|,eJi^SerBUtll' I. desirinn I" engage in
.UaVaM n<1 > the fictitious name of ,
RIME PROPERTIES at 7!'4:. S W
'7th Tar*ce: Nlinmi. Florida Intend
i resistor said name with the Clerk
f the 'CMult Court of Dade County,
-lorlda.
.- WII.I ARD D li "NFS
.- GEORGE I-: SCIIIMiF.I.ER
IKRHERT Z. MARVIN-
ARSON MARVIN
ttorneya for PRIME PROPERTIES
7 N.W. 72nd Avenue
ami. Pla. 33126
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
IN PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 72-2960
(Judge Blantoni
Formerly County Judge's Court
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN HE: Estate of
nfl IA C SHEA
11...-eased.
NOTICE is hereby given lhat 1 have
filed my Final Uenori and Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
.. Executrix of the estate of JULIA
SHEA, deceased: and that on the
1 day of March. 1973. will aptdy to
the Honorable Circuit Court Judge of
Dade County. Florida, for approval of
said Final Report and for distribution
nnd final discharge as Executrix of
the estate of the above-named d.......1-
ent. This 2.". dav of January, 1973.
KITH IJNDSAY. Executrix
BERNARD A. W1EDER
Attorney
4"7 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN PROBATE
No. 73-317
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate nf
MICHAEL-ANN KAM1NER
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to ni.seiit any claim! and de-
mands which you may have against
Hie .-tale of MICHAEL-ANN KAM-
INER. Deceased late of Dade County
Florida lo the Circuit Judges of Dad.
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided ill Section 723.16
Florida Statute-' In their offices Ii
:be County Courthouse in Hade Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar month:
from the time of the first publication
ii.-ieof. or the sam.- will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 26tl
lav of Januai \. A D 1973
MURIEL I Rl'SSELL
As Administratrix
First publication of tills notice ot
the 2nd da\ of February, 1973
simon HAYS A ORUNDWERG
Attorneys for Administratrix
608 Ainsley Building
2 2-!'-lK-2::
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADF COUNTV
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-2533
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
HEINALDO VERC.ES.
Husband,
and
TERESA VERGES.
Wife
To: TERESA VERGES
28 North fith Avenue
Mavwood. Chicago. Illinois
Vor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a petition for Dissolution of youi
Mail laM has been filed and com-
menced In this court and you are re-
uulred to serve a cony of your writ-
ten defenses, if any. to it on HARol.P
CEASE, ES4J.. attorney for Petitioner.
whose address is 2726 West Flagle
Street. Miami. Florida anil file th-
original with the clerk of the abov
styled court on or before March 11
"i;' "ihetwise a default Will be en
tered against you for the relief prayed
for In the comnlalnt or petition.
This notice shall be published on-
each Week" for flipr eo.......lit... w.e1,-
in Till" JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS mv hand and the
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this l dav .a February ,n~''
RICHARD P BRINKER
A- Clerk. Circuit Curt
Dade County. Florida
By c P. COPEl AND
As Denutv Clerk
fCtr.-uit Court Seal)
H Al OI.I1 CEASE ESQ.
!7J0 West Plaglrr Street
Ml.vnl. Florida 331 :ir.
Atttrney for Petitioner
IN THt ClPCU'r COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUN'IY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-655
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Eatate of
\l.FRED HELDENML'TH
I leceaaed
To All Creditors and All Persons llav-
claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and renulreO
lo present any claims and demands
which you may have ajralnst the .-s-
tate of Al FRED HELDENML'TH de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the Circuit Judges of Dade County.
and file the same in duplicate and a-
orovlded in Section T33.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Floriila. this ", dav
of February. A.D 1973.
HENNY HE1.DENMITH
As Executrix
Flrsl ntihllmtlop of this notice on
the 9 dav of February. 1973.
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Executrix
14n lliscavne lluilding
Miami. Florida
2 !'-lfi-2:i 3 2
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-367
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
AI BERT ARTILES
Petit loner
DONNA MARIE ARTILES
Respondent
TO: DONNA MARIE ARTILES
CO Sam KotOJ
115 Mam Street
Snrina Clt> F*novlvanla
YoC VRE HEREBY NOTIPIEI
bat an action for Dissolution of Mar
line.' has been filed against you am
you are reouired lo serve n cop) o
your written defenses, if anv. to it oi
Abe Koss. attorney for Pe'llionei
.. hose addrei Is i"l N w 12th v>
Miami. F'o.id.-i 3S128. and fits ,h
original with the clerk of the abov
styled courl on or before March S
1F78: otherwise default will he en
tercd against vu for the r,-' .
in I. ,| In ill. m- l:in- Pel I lot"
Tins notic shall be published one
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS mv hand ami the seal of
said courl al Miami. Florida on tin
14 dav of February. 1973.
Richard P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Hade County. Florida
Itv c p COPELAND
As Denutv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ST. >NE .V s. ISTCHIN
nil N.W l-'ib Ave.
Miami. Florida S3121
Attorney for Petitioner
1/16-23 :i :-
NOTICE OF ACTiON
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-3667
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION TOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE: The .Maniac. ,.i
\> II LIB hi i.i.m: flick. Husband
AMANDA JANE Fl ICK, Wife
TO AMANDA JANE FLICK
Resident I 'nknnu n
YOC APE HERERY SOTIF ID
thai an action for Dlssolul "ii nl
..... fii. il .i tint i vu md
i nu ..-. I..,lined io i en e a cop'
your n ritten defei .. || .,. ., ;,, ,. ...
MARTIN < SAXON, attort i t fi p I', -
111".....r. Whosi Is 1 |.,t \ w.
lTili Avenue .Miami, Fla "::'2".. and
the clerk of lha
above -n led ou I i n or I
; otherwise a ,i,.| ,,it
will I... entered agaitii I you for the
rellel demanded omnlalnl or
net Itlon,
This notice shall b< null I I ,l
each u eel for fout .....- ui -. .
in THE JEW isli FI.I IRID1 W
WITNESS mi ih.......'
said i>-' Miami Florida oi
14 day of Februarj. 1973
t.i' ii.u.i I' UHINKER
A i !lerk. 'ii.mi Court
Dad.- County, Florida
... P. COPEl 1 ,
As 1 .. II -l.-rll
It II in' Courl S-all
.MA I! PIN S SA.Ni IN
1461 N W 17 h Avei u.
Miami, Plot la :
Tele hone 633-9743
Attorn.-\ for Petil lonet
Willis Ituliua Flick. Husband

NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
r-.\/.i_ fTinn NO. 73-3563
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage ol
ANTHONY RICHARD PANE,
Husband,
and
CAROLYN PANE
Wife,
TO: Carolvn Pane
I Keed Drive
1 i.'.-i Park. New Yoi k
. o Parisi
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
w.ur written defenses, if any. lo n ot\
PAUL KW1TNEY. attorney t"i Peti-
tioner, "hose address is KW1TNEY t
KROOP, Suit.- :.!-. 4-0 Lincoln Itnml,
Miami Beach, Fiorina ur.13'.'. and file
the original With the clerk of the above
styled curt on or bofore March 21.
1973: otherwise a default will he en-
tered against you for the relief de-
man, led .n the complaint or petition.
Tins notice shall he published
each week for fout consecutive weefca
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS nic hand and the -eiil
of said court at Miami Florida on
this )?. day of February. i:'7::
Richard I' Blinker.
As Clark. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Hv L. BNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
PAIL KW1TNEY
KWITNEY KROOP ,
Suite .112 42" Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida 33119
38-7575
\ttornev for Petitioner
2 16-23 ." 2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 73-2258
NOTICE OF ACTION
YOLANDE BARCAR' I.
Petitioner.
ANTHONY BARCARO.
Respondent.
TO: Anthony Itarearo
, o Anthonj Baroaro
7::jn Hunting Place
Philadelphia Pennsylvania
YOC ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion to For., lose and Equitable Lien
upon the following property in Dade
County. Florida: ___...
l.t :. Block -'. WINDWARD ES-
TATES section I, accordina t,.
the Plal thereof, rei nrded in Plat
Book ii'.. Page 142 ol the Public
Records of Dade County, Flond..
has been filed against you and > U
are reouired to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if all\. '" I' "" Rob-
ert ll Burns. Esq., Petltlonei at-
torney, whose address is 120 Lin-
coln Road Suite I".'1. Miami Beach,
Florida 83139, on or before Mar, Ii 7.
19T3 and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court, either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter: otherwise a IVi-
laiilt will be entered against you tot
the relief demanded in th* Complaint
for petition
WITNESS mv hand and the Seal
of this- Court on the 30 day of Janu-
ary. 1973.
Richard P. Brlnker
As Clerk of the Court
itv: I BNEEDEN
DFPITY CLERK
(Circuit Court Seal)
2/2-9-1S-2S
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there is an endless parade of yachts
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