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

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

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Combining THE WISH UNITY and THE WISH WEEKLY
.. Florida Friday, December 14, ]\':3
i
Price
r-RISCKERS Cr WAR StATEN Hlfc'iLiATED WOUNDS AGGRAVATED
Israel Charges Egypt With Torture
NATION'S (JTA)
\', !. : M Yosef Te-
, 1 y sub nitted I
.I Kurt Waldheira a
a] i it the I iraeli
. enl has lodged with the
: tional Red Cross chi i
ies of murder, torture,
a id gradation com-
n : sraeli s ildiers taken
. bj Egypt during the Oc-
i an I subsequently dur-
I pi riod of captivity in
d v iventher.
ding to !h complaint, the
zovernment "is in the pos-
f proven evidence indi-
catini b ond n> d ml thai a
large numh r of ol in I m 1
of the 1 rael I tse forces taken
i 'oops w( re
delibi n tely mu I r I, many of
l lying wounded and
ISRAEL CHARGED furl
more that "the manj nstances >J
murdi:. act utal ty and cal-
culatcd humiliation arc the re-
suit cf a plann I policy of the
Egyptian authorities."
document cited a message
i Egyptian ildiers from the
tian chief of staff. Gen. Saad
al SI tained in a pocket
the men
:. sa d in part, "Kill them
rever you find them and b
careful that they do not trick
you, for thej are a people of de-
ceivers, pretending to surrender
go that they may overcome you
and kill you easily. Kill them and
do not sh >w an> pity or mercy."
Israeli complaint document
cited instances of the
:. urder of Israeli soldiers who
had surrendered. One case de-
scribed some nine Israeli sol-
lying wounded and helpless
wen shot to death in cold
blood after indicating "in the
oss ile w ly thei I
to surrender.*' In an
ol I- wont
up to the (captured) soldiers ly-
ing on the ground and stabbed
Continued on Page "A
A&BASSA'JQH iLKOAH
DAY AN MAKES IT Cl
Kreisky Keeps Faith:
Closes Transfer Camp
\ [E\NA (JTAI Black-
it its by Arab tern
.. as the Austrian govern-
.: iii unci d Mondaj that
ie wo ild be 11 sed
last group <>f Soviet
tra isients 1
i ek.
Bnr.'.o K
transit cet ter clos
.< It I >r '
hi rewis!
V' trian cu h
' o Arab gunmen
: KV'ING A v
its again Ie-
which was described by
as a great victory for ter-
... Kreisky sai I he had Ie-
cl >-e the center before
rot
We're Sure
Geneva On
Schedule
Arabist at Head
Page 7-A
By JTA'S
Washington Bureau
The State Department is dem-
oting confidence that the
ab-Israeli peace conference
will open Dee. 13 in Geneva d >
i indications to the contrary
in some Arab capitals.
The department is pointing to
Secretary of State Henry A.
Kissinger's visits to six Mid-
dle Eastern countries in the
five days before the parley
cpens as proof.
KISSINGER, who was in Brus-
sels Monday and Tuesday for
talks with NATO foreign minis-
ters and in London on the fol-
ding day, was to visit Egypt.
Thursday and Friday: Saudi
Arabia. Friday and Saturday;
Syi a and Jordan. Saturday and
S uday: Lebanon. Sunday, and
Sunday and Monday.
The purpose of Kissinger's
Mideast visit, his second in less
. six weeks, is to bring his
as" and the views of other
Continued on Page 7-A
' was a "permanent security
risk."
New emigrants from the Soviet
Union will be brought to a Red
- station at Woellersdorf.
Austria, for a short one-
day before being I
C mtlnued i i Page 3-A
We'll Trade,
But Forget A
Give Away
CHASCHLOR KRtiSKY
new station opened
U.S. Plans to Consider
Guarantees for Mideast
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
JTA Washington Bii:rau Chrf
Sock to Israel's Fear of Pressure .
NEW YORK (JTA) Is-
) | m Minist< r Moshe
it said here thai his country
ired .ii tradi terril >ry
ace with its Arab neighbors.
At the forthcoming Geneva con-
cc Israel nusl demonstrate
"poll.: al wisdoi I and be i
i h romis i in I "to insist only
nat is re illj e ential for us,
i i t lat," h told 3.000 Jew-
ish leaders attendi ig the banquet
of the 1974 annual national c in
ol th I'nil h Ap-
peal
Hote
at the New York Hilton
"ON THAT, we have to
even if we I h ive to fight for
it." ira I. Da: lid it "r idy
Id pull back" from "a pan of
Sinai and other places" in return
for a lettl went "We want to
give them territories, and in re-
turn we a for pi ace, we ask
for an i grcement," he said
But the Defense Minister warn-
Continued "" Pago :)-v
Page 2 A
. State Henrj A. Kissing Dec. 6 that the U.S.
ernmenl is "prepared to consider individual or joint guaranti s"
i : Middle East nt by forci the region but
tha he is "somewhat dubious" about the "permanent stationing" of
1 or Soviet troops there.
Israel's Existence is Not
In Question -- Saudi Sheikli
"We don't nil ? it out totally."
Kissinger told a news conferen
at the State Department, but the
U.S. will be "reluctant to got
into this." he said.
HE RECALLED that the Unite 1
States told the UN Security Coun-
cil in October, when it was es-
tablishing the United Nations
Emergency Force (UNEFL that
it opposed the participation in
that force of any of the Security
Council's five permanent mem-
bers, "all of which incidentally
have nuc:ear weapon capability."
Kissinger said the issue of
guarantees would come up only-
after a settlement is reached
te the parties on borders and
.- iritv a;ran.:cn;ents such as de-
al ized zones and joint inspec-
tion teams.
'Then we will know what it is
the o'.:ts;de parties should guar-
antee." he said.
ON THE breakoff of talks at
Kilometer IC1 between Egyptian
and Israeli military negotiators
and the shooting down Dec. 6 of
an Egyptian plane. Kissinger said
both sides are "in danger of im-
minent encirclement" and this
means that there is "need for
separation of forces to reduce
this danger."
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Saudi Arabian Petroleum Minis
ter Sheikh Ahmed Zaki Yamani
declared lure that "the existence
of Israel is not a question "
He made this statement in the
lobby of the State Department
after a 90-minute meeting with
Secretary of State Henry A. Kis-
singer.
THE JEWISH Telegraphic
Agency asked Yamani whether
he believed Israel should be an
independent state.
"Well I think so many Arab
leaders have announced they are
prepared to recognize Israel and
to sign a peace treaty, the exist
Continued on Page 9 A
Meir Wins Confidence Vote
PRIMItR MIR
close call
By DAVID LANDAU
JTA Jerusalem Bureau Chief
TEL AVIV (JTA) Pre-
mier Golda Meir won a personal
vote of confidence from her
Labor Party after two days of
exhausting debate on defense and
foreign policy that ended Dec. 6.
But she failed to get the party
to take decisive position on the
major issues that divided it. Her
failure saved the party from a
possibly fatal split on the eve of
national elections but left the
voters as much in the dark as
ever as to where the Labor Party
stands on fateful questions of
national policy.
MBS. MEIB had demanded the
unprecedented preelection debate
by the Labor Party's 801-member
Central Committee for the spe-
cific purpose of clarifying its po-
sitions for the electorate. The de-
bate, begun last week, was inter-
rupted by the death and funeral
of former Premier David Ben-
Continued on Page 3-A
HOME ALSO
Gurion 's
Library
To State
JERUSALEM (JTA)
David Ben Gurion left his home,
in Tel Aviv and the extensive li-
brary in it to the nation of Israel
under th*- terms of his will filed
in the Jerusalem District Court
by Yaacov Shimshon Shapiro, the
former Justice Minister to whom
Bn-Gurion assigned the task in
1969.
He left his home and library at
Sdc Boker to the Midrasha Col-
lege which he established there.
Similarly he bequested his living
rights at the kibbutz to the Mid-
rasha.
HIS WRITINGS and papers will
be published and edited by a spe-
cial association which, the will
stipulates, must be set up within
one year.
Any profits realized on these
works is to be tinned over to the
Paula Ben-Gurion Foundation
Continued on Page 6-A


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By ISABEL GROVE
Among all the people who flock-
ed to the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation to volunteer their serv-
i< 1 during the Day of Atonement
War, one stands out.
May-hie Friedberg came to the
Federation during th.3 crisis as h?
I me all year round for over
Al 01 y >ars 0{ n^;.. Mr. Frie I
t i< a familiar figure at I
1 1 ration, as veil as in Miami
1. .. h, where h' urges resi lenti
I English, Yiddish and his native
R issitn t > support Ifl" 'I
i mgh the Federati n's CJA-IEF
l>aign. ,
Mr. Friedberg has been person-
ally responsible for raising hun
dred? of thousands of dollars foi
r CIA 1EF," said Morton Siiber
irn. gmeral chairman of the Fed
, m's 1974 CJA IE? campaign
' We at the Federation ar man
t' an grateful for his effort "
May,hi!''- efforts w I. h dp su)
1 .iie Gr ater Miami Jew ish Fi d
. m's S 1 1 ical, i! iti >nal and
is beneficiaries. Twentj i-
oJ these social we Pi re ag rcies
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1 its CJ v.
U.S. Allays Fears of Pressure
MAYSti.t fRItDBERG
ind was o?i' 0/ the founders and
past chairmen of the CJA IKK
Condominium Division.
In addition, Friedberg is a for-
mer chairman and has bsen active
In the Farband Labor Zionist Or-
ganization since 1951; he chaired
the Hotel Division of the United
Fund for the past 10 years, and
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By DAVID LAL'DAU
The United States is seeking to
allay Israeli suspicions and prow
inn pessimism over the prospects
of a peace settlement with Egypt
and to bolster its confidence In
continuing American support and
friendship.
That was uie thrust of the mes-
sage conveyed to Premier Golda
Meir by U.S. Undersecretary of
State Kenneth Rush in over two
hours of talks with Mrs. Meir and
other Israeli leaders.
RUSH MET for over an hour
Dec. 4 with Foreign Minister Ab
ba Eban, after which he to] I i"
porters he was optimistic over th"
prospects of a more stable cease
fire and was confident the Ge-
neva peace conference would
open as scheduled Dec. 18.
Rush, who headed the official
U.S. delegation attending the fit
neral of former Premier Davit'
Ben Gurion, used the occasion of
his brief visit to meet Israeli
leaders and ease their doubts, es-
pecially over recent reports al
lnsing U.S pressure, the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency learned.
Rusn made it clear that Israel
can depend on American friend
shin and that Washington is res-
olute in its efforts to pursue it*
initiatives aimed at stabilizing
ri' i ceasefire :ini! paving the way
for t1-" (i-'"<"--| confei-onc.
RUSH ALSO stresse 1 thai the
U.S. hns -m specific peace plan*
: wants to see implemented
al Geneva and does not intend
to present the parties with a
package the JTA was in
formed.
But Rush did refer to the mat
ter of U.S, guarantees and ex
plained that Washington viewed
th<. m as paralleling an agreement
on secure borders rather than
substituting for such an agree
ment, th" JTA learned.
This apparently cased Israeli
doubts for the time being thouuh
American views on what consti-
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known. Rush also sought to calm
Israeli fears arising from news-
paper reports especially a New
York Times report Dee. 3 .1
the Nixon administration ir
to place strong pressure on Isi
for concessions.
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Jacquie Hall. Jack H. Levin and E. Albert Pa'.lot are
tured at the top after Mayo. Hall was presented with B*nai
B'rith's 1973 Humanitaiian Award at the Gold Medallion
Dinner and Ball held Sunday Dec. 2, at the Font.^in^b'enu
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Friday. December 14, 1973
+Jewisli meridian
Page 3-A
Marvin (Mike) Cooper (far left) and Gary R.
Gerscn (far naht) have been selected as
Miami Beach chairmen for the Greater Mi-
ami Israel Bond Organization. Pictured with
Cocper and Gerson are Leonard Luria (sec-
ond from left), chairman of the Greater
Miami Israel Bonds Advisory Committee,
Gen. Yitzhak Rabin (center), former Israeli
ambassador to the U.S. who was in South
Florida to participate in the Israel Bond
Maccabee Monlh drive, and Robert L. Siegel
(second from right), cochairman of the Ad-
visory Committee and chairman of Syna-
gogues for the Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization.
/
Meir Wins Vote of Confidence
Continued from Page 1-A
Gurion. It was resumed Dec. 4.
The Premier told her colleagues
that if it were not for the immi-
nence of the elections, she would
have resigned long before now
and called for a new election. In
a secret ballot taken hours after
midnight, the Central Committee
voted 291-33 in favor of Mrs.
Meir's cont'nued leadership of
the party. There were 15 absten-
tions.
Many members of the Central
Committee were absent, either
because they didn't want to vote
or were too exhausted to stay.
The vole came a half hour after
Party Secretary Gen. Aharon
Yadlin, openly guided and
bj Finance Minister
Pinh avoided a he
collision between hawks and
doves,
THE CENTRAL Committee had
ted [U i w or li '. rela-
mo I ite 14 poinl polic;
lr ifted a week ag
ir Party m ib rs up
; h hardliners and
twoelem
over v r nev
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mod on thai issue The
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for a vote b1 about l a.m when ;
i ior Party Secretan
Con. 1 yova Eliav, an outsp
dove, introduced a 15th point
h ited categorically thai
the Ralil! locumenl was annulled
ELIAV \M> other doves and
. maintained that post
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took that line. "I do not see us
building a deep water port at
Yamit (a Dayan project) spend-
ing millions on refugee rehabili
tation or investing heavily in in-
dustry in the territories because
Israel's own needs are infinitely
more important," he said, add-
ing, "doesn't that mean that the
Galili document in effect is
abrogated?"
To that, Mrs. Meir replied in
the negative and Galili took the
rostrum to say he stood by his
program and that it would be
implemented when the necessary
resources were available.
THE DOVES disagreed, but
Sapir and other moderates of the
Tel Aviv-based "Gush" bloc per-
suaded Eliav to withdraw his 15th
point in order to avert an Ultra-
party crisis. To that Mrs. Meir
objected vehemently. "The party
must speak to the electorate in
clear language," she said.
"This issue is the essence of
all the disputes on defense policy
and there must be a clear cut
decision she declared.
^ i took '" to pro
n ., ner. I n nl stating that
pla neither eon
ited the party's
I i '
pi th Pandemonium
broke out in the meeting hall.
At that point. Mrs. Meir yield-
ed, apparently sensing that she
was forcing a party split and that
the split might not go her way.
The vote of confidence in Mrs.
Meir's leadership was taken, and
everyone, anxious to go home,
promised to say no more about
the platform but simply unite
around it on election day.
MUCH EARLIER in the de
bate, Mrs. Meir clashed openly
with Deputy Minister Yigal Al-
lon when he urged her to an-
nounce, in advance of elections,
the composition of her new Cabi
net which in effect was a demand
for changes in view of the lack
of confidence widely felt toward
certain members of the present
government.
Mrs. Meir. rejecting this out
of hand, said it was never the
practice to select a government
before elections.
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Volume 46
Friday, December 14, 1973
Number 50
24 SIVAN 5734
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A Two-Edged Sword
A trip to Israel now?
Why not?
Or if not now, then start planning a trip to Israel for
the Passover holiday season, or map out an itinerary of
Israeli travel for your summer vacation.
This is the time to do it, as your travel agent will
surely tell you.
Too many of us have too often fit a trip of Israel into
a larger tour of Europe, the Mediterranean, or even the Far
East we went to Israel on our way somewhere else. Or
back from somewhere else.
The Yom Kippur War should have taught us some-
thing. It should have taught us who Israel's friends are,
and who our friends are.
To get to Israel via Paris or Dubrovnik is more than
ever an insult to Israel. It is also a way of supporting Is-
rael's enemies.
That is what the war should have taught us.
It should also have taught us that Israel needs our
support more than ever, and one great way of supporting
her is to visit her ancient sites and cities. Now, or a few
months from now.
If ycu argue that you would be doing that anyway,
argue with yourself a bit further. Cut out that trip to London
and/or Paris, and spend more time in Israel. That would
be a two edged sword Europe best understands and the
Israeli economy would most heartily appreciate.
Just for Starters
The two European heroes of the Yom Kippur War were
Holland and Denmark, who refused to knuckle under to
Arab pressures.
But suddenly the Dutch were embarrassed by their
magnaminity. As the oil spigots shut down, they became
more and more vociferous that Israel should evacuate from
the occupied territories not as a part of a general peace
agreement, but for "starters," even before the Arabs say a
thing about what their feelings will be toward an independ-
ent Israel.
Now it is the Danes who seem to be changing their
minds. The defeat of Premier Anker Joergensen and his
Social Democratic Party in the national elections will surely
weaken Denmark's longtime pro-Israel policies.
To make matters worse, Joergensen's defeat was de-
livered in the undertow of the election of six Communist
Party deputies to the Danish Parliament after an absence
of 17 years.
Just to underscore the turn of events, Scandinavian
Airlines (SAS) this week announced that it will cut back
flights to Tel Aviv in the weeks ahead.
A National Trait
Despite the anguish created by the Yom Kippur War
and the apprehension Jews throughout the world feel as
the Dec. 18 Geneva conference nears, there is a touch of
warmth that emerged from Israel this week.
It is curious that this warmth should have been found
and fanned in the death of David Ben-Gurion. One does not
often, find a moment of satisfaction in the passing of a
great leader.
Still, when his will was filed in Jerusalem, the nation
was made richer by Ben-Gurion's stipulation that his home
in Tel Aviv and his extensive library b left to the country.
Also, he left his Sde Boker home and library there to i
the Midrasha College he helped establish in the Negev. As
for his private papers., any profits realized from them will
go to support specified schools and other educational insti-
tutions.
That Israel is truly "An Ha'Sefer," a Nation of th*>
Book, can not be expressed more clearly than in these stip-
ulations of the Ben-Gurion will.
But Americans have particular cause to ponder about
them at a time when their President SELLS his papers to
the people provided they give him a half-million dollar tax
deduction for them.
BN THE occasions that I met
with David Ben-Gurion, he
was tacky, irascible, difficult
Even the last time, in 1970 at
Sde Boker, his advancing age had
not mellowed him. I had gone
down to Suez right after the Rog-
ers peace proposal, and stopped
at his desert home on the way
back.
HE WAS angry about Israel's
handling of her post-Six-Day War
diplomacy. Later, the press re-
ported his objections in grim de-
tail.
And that. I think in retrospect,
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a sort of Scrooge.
The truth about Ben-Gurion is
simply that he kept telling u.
tnings we didn't want to hear
In the era of the $866 million
reparations deal with Bonn, he
warned us that Israel, and Jews
generally, must come to chart
their attitude toward Germany --
this at a time wnen to
German or of Germany in I
was to invite mayhem.
TO SET an example, he invited
Konrad Adenauer to visit and
West Germany to send their first
ambassador, Rolf Pauls, who ..
up temporary headquarters at the
Tel Aviv Sheraton in the sha low
of army machineguns to keep
irate mobs away.
Germany was on.y one of his
projects designed to shape Isr
into a nation not a libel
child ot the ghetto petulantly de-
manding special handling and the
right to throw an international
tantrum from time to time fully
determined that other nations
must "understand" and "forgive."
Ben-Gurion also:
INSISTED ON equal treat-
ment for Israel's Arabs and a
more realistic approach to com-
ing to terms with her Arab neigh-
bors, hence his anger about the
post-Six-Day War diplomacy
how many times, he once asked
me, when I must have sounded
like a Jerusalem chauvinist to
him, could Israel meet the Arabs
in battle and hope to come off
unquestioned best?;
Demanded a revolutionary
revamping of Israel's electoral
system it was this that read
him out of his own Mapai Party
and brought his political down
fall a system that like the
French, panders to ghetto-men-
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COMMENT
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IN A study in the latest "Psy-
chology Today," designed to
show that psychiatrists and psy-
chologists evaluate patients on a
sociopolitical basis, one of the
proofs offered was that "mental
patients" were round to be sig-
nificantly more radical than oth-
ers ti-sted in the experiment. Ip-o
facto, to be a dissident in society
is to lead to being labeled "nut.''
As in Russia.
MOST AMERICANS would
agree to that label. Surely, if they
read a recent headline over a
story describing the crisis in
American society in a far left
publication (circulation probably
700) they would have no doubt
of the validity of the "mental
patient" proof. "For a Workers'
Government" ran across the page,
and the article below it said, in
part:
"The key task for revolution-
aries is sharply posed. We must
seize upon this precious oppor-
tunity (the leadership crisis) to
show the rest of the working
class that its own future is at
stake, that neither Nixon nor his
capitalist opponents can be al-
lowed any longer to rule this so-
ciety, and that the only road open
for the working class is to inter-
vene in the political crisis in its
own interests, relying on its own
strength, and to take all the reins
of political and economic power
into its own hands through a
workers' government."
WE HAVE long distinguished
ourselves as a nation of grum-
blers but not revolutionaries.
Even in the depths of the depres-
sion of the 1930s a radical class
consciousness did not develop in
the U.S., as it did in most other
industrialized countries. That, as
a new book, "False Promises: The
Shaping of American Working
Class Consciousness" explains,
was primarily due to the fact that
the working class was formed pri-
marily out of immigrants from
many lands who had no common
community.
But and the book was writ-
ten well before our energy and
economic crisis emerged the
author looks forward to convul-
sions by the working class in the
'70s because of their alienation
from our contemporary society
Which, without my pretending to
understand him, is what Marx
was saying all along.
BUT IT isn't what Marx pre-
dicted, but what our capitalists
are doing and saying. On the
same day that Treasury Secre-
tary Schultz was telling a tele-
vision audience that raising the
price of gasoline would hurt the
poor but then someone always
gets hurt in these things, unfor-
tunately I read an article by
Paul Samuelson, Nobel Laureate
in economics, on the oil problem.
"Letting its market price be bid
up to whatever level is needed is
the traditioral capitalistic way
of meeting shortages. It does
work according to its own logic
sometimes too well."
Dr. Samuelson then went on
to elaborate on that logic by
example, the tragic Irish potato
famine on which a classical econ-
omist (such as those who are
now advising President Nixon)
expressed his view as "Why speak
of a food crisis? There is no
crisis. There is simply a need for
a higher price to ration the ex-
cess demand down to the scarce
supply, to coax out higher sup-
plies in the future"
SOUND FAMILIAR for gettin-
more oil today? Well, that was
840-49 and, according to Dr. Sam
ueUon, "l,terany millions of men
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women and children died of hun-
ger from this capitalistic solution
in the potato famine." And no
one has ever accused Prof Sam-
uelson of being a Marxist
kind of radical "nut."
Now I don't believe tha! mil-
lions of people will die h
of the failure of the world t
with some degree of courage I ie
Arab blackmail. There will he a
Rood deal of misery, not just cold
homes or automobiles that don't
run, but high unemployment, busi-
ness failures and all the side <'f
fects in relationships among peo-
ple that will result.
MEANWHILE. BACK on cor-
porate row, British Petroleum
(BP) announces that its earnings
in the most recent third quarter
rose by 483 per cent and for the
first nine months of 1973 by a
record $462 million.
A Georgia Tech professor tes-
tified before a Senate committee
that the top 10 refining compa-
nies reduced production last win-
ter because "several of the giants
thought it would be in their best
interest to reduce production,
draw down inventories, and cre-
ate a general tightening in tlw
availability of petroleum prod
ucts."
A CLASSICAL ploy, one would
say. to bring about the desired
higher prices to encourage our
oil peonle to look for the suppl'tfs
thev already have.
There is a small school of psy-
chiatrists and psychologists who
believe that those we label a*
"insane" the radicals, for in-
stance are really the only sane
people in our society. It makes
one wonder, doesn't it. as
watch silently while a few men
work at destroying a system they -
claim to hold dear, that maybe
. the.."nuts'! are. right this time.


Friday. December 14, 1973
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Student Raps Reader's Advice
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Our son reacted with deep con
cern recently when he saw a let-
Ur id The Independent Florida
Alligator calling on Jews to get out
of Israel and advising them that
they are much better off being
worldwide, where they can accom-
plish more.
Michael is a sophomore at the
University of Fiorida, acting presi
dent of Ili'lel there, chaolain of
the Tau Epsilon Pi fraternity, and
a former senior USY president at
Beth Torah Congregation in North
Miami Beach.
The independent Florida Alii-
printed I'is letter in response
OUR |
READERS !
WRITE I
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"Let jthy Words Be Brief
I.\. Hjeletb {Beclesiastet)
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Oct. 24. and we believe if would
be of interest to your readers.
MR MRS. IRVING NEWMAN
Miami
""Editor: In r rise to Miss
. let) t 'Ji ws W irldv id I
: like to sa: thai ind
., I 'dutiful, pr isi worthy ac-
lishraent for Jews to dis i rs
throughout the worldbut praise
i. tor whom?
:,;7n the year 58fl B.C.E. the Jew?
Acre forced to disperse to Baby-
lonia when Ferusalem was cantured
a praiseworthy accomplishment.
In the year C.E. TO the Romans
n forced the Jews I i disper e
conquering J 'rusalem. Again
in C.F. .14<)2 the Jews were forced
,,-. ... a{ter exiled torn
Spain, And need l r iind you to
i mi -iy. when six mill on Jew
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"Yes, I too would like to see
Jews living all over Jbewrld
Dm at the cost of losing Israel.
lever. And no one. country or peo-
ple shall ever take her away from
.he Jews again.
MICHAEL NEWMAN
EDITOR, I he Jewish Floridian:
I have received a letter from my
on and daughter-in-law in Bcer-
sheba. Israel, which I think is so
very apt at this time that I hope
j ou will see fit to publish some of
it. particularly the remarks of my
daughter-in-law, Mira. who observes
that "in another month everything
is going to be back to normal."
She ados: "II you had plans to
Ci me and see us before the war,
please continue with your plans
because there is no reason what-
soever not to come."
My son writes!
"I FELT the great worry that
the television broadcasts are caus-
ing you. Well, I can tell you that
we are all fine, except that we are
tired. I have been working very
hard, at my plant, and I have a feel
ing that I have definitely contrib
uted something to the war effort.
":t is potential^ very serious,
,!i pending on how active Russia
will get in her effort to turn a
military defeat and disaster of the
Egyptians into a political victory.
i- was the ease in 1!).">7.
"And yet peop:e go on living and
building and believing that there
is a future here, that fighting for
our country is essential if we want
a country, and that those who live
to enjoy it are lucky. That our lit-
tle bit of countryside is worth
fighting for. That we have always
pulled through, and we will con-
tinue. That these flowers we gave
birth to, called sabras. ale worth
everything we do to raise them
here, even t'nough at the age of
18 they go to the army, and in a
way they are the casualties.
MRS. SARAH S.Ml'I.IN
Miami

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Pictured at the recent meeting of the American Friends of
Hebrew University on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 1974 CJA-.'EF are Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Levine,
(left) Louis Hirsch and Mayshie Friedberg.
Dutch Tell Israel-
Quit Arab Lands
AMSTERDAM(JTA) The Netherlands government has
railed for Israel's total evacuation of the occupied territories.
The off.cial statement, issued by the Foreign Ministry, stated
that Israel in principle mu-t evacuate all the occupied territories
because acquisition of territory by means of force is inadmissible.
THL STATEMENT j, an obvious concession to recent Arab
demands that The Netherlands issue a unilateral declaration
amending :t. allegedly pro-Israel attitude in the Middle East if
the oil boycott is to be lifted.
It is a sharp departure from Holland's outright refusal in
Brussels to promise am cs ncessions to the Arab nations or apolo-
gize for the Dutch Mideast policy.
At thaf time. Hutch Economic Affairs Minister Ruud Lubbers
:. d that Ho land refused to "trade principles for oil."
LUBBERS HAD iu-i conferred with Saudi Arabian Oil Min-
ister .' 1 d / k Yamaru in an effort to get the Arab nations to
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NEW YORK (JTA) An
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According to an article by Wal-
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York Academy of Sciences. I.o-
renz's theories of human naturo
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subject to strict order.
LORENZ IN his writings has
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elements of the population loaded
with dregs "
In an Amsterdam television in-
terview last month, Lorenz denied I
allegations of his Nazi past and
d-nied that he had written in j
1940 that the Nordic race was
superior. He claimed that he had
used Nazi racial terminology in t
some of his writings only fofr the
sake of clarity.
Prof. Nico Tinbergen. a British 1
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Prize with Lorenz. said in the
same interview that Lorenz's ac-,
lions were attributable to "politi-
cal naivete."
CLOUD, WHO supplied the
lewish Telegraphic Agency with
advance proof pages of his arti
cle due to be published Dec. 12
said in an accompanying letter
that Nazi-hunter Simon Wiesen-
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Committee over the award on
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to repudiate scientific papers on
the "inferiority" of certain classes
of people which he published dur-
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Austrian army and was a prisoner
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has "been systematically perse-
cuted ever since."
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sion," was appointed head ]
department of psychoIog.\
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tham was "the most \
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Books to Israel
Continued from Page l-.\
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Egypt Tortured Israeli POWs
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them with their bayonets, killing
the wountieii among them."
The Israeli document cited tes-
timony from returned POWs of
"incessant tortures and humilia-
tion which were the lot of the
Israeli prisoners of war through-
out the duration of their captivity.
All of them report that, notably
during the early part of their
captivity, they were most cruelly
beaten all over their bodies."
"THE I'XnRIDI.ED savagery
of the Egyptian so'diers is seen
more than anything else in the
fact that they made a point of
assaulting wounded prisoners
more than the others." the Is-
raeli document stated. "Many of
the returned Israeli prisoners of
war have testified that Egyptian
soldiers kicked them cruelly on
their open wounds and even spat
on them instead of bandaging
them.
"When the captives finally
reached prisons in Egypt, their
Egyptian jailers made a point of
comneting with each other in in-
venting acis of brutality and hu-
miliation such as forcing the pris-
oners of war to kneel on the
floor of the prison and lick it
with their tonguos. or urinating
into the pahns of their hands. The
following is a representative sam-
ple of the acts of brutality and
degradation as related by the re-
turninj prisoners of war.
"The Israeli prisoners of war
were beaten over all parts of
their bodies with any weaDon
I'm came to hand, from rifle
butts lo clubs, whips and palm
branches, Many of th>' returnees
still bear marks of the beatings
on th'ii badi is, de*iite the long
period f time that has passed
since then. A particularly favored
means u ers was the beating of the prison-
ers of war over their head-
on the *'>Im of their feet with
rubber truncheons.
"The Egyptian jailers made a
practice of putting out the stubs
of their cigarettes on the nei'! and backs of the POWs. Some of
them would order the POWs to
kneel on the ground and would
sit mi their shoulders and order
them t ) crawl the length of the
in m with their jailers astride
them
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used by the jailers was to per-
l. rm their bodily functions on
the faces and hands of the pris-
oners of war. On several occa-
sions they prevented the POWs
from performing their own bod-
ily functions and brought them
to a stage where they were forced
to perform these functions in
their clothes accompanied by the
shouts and laughter of their jail-
ers."
The complaint said that "Ac-
cording to the testimony of some
of the prisoners, sexual assaults,
unnatural acts and sodomy were
committed on a numoer of Is-
raeli PCWs. There are attested
cases of sharp objects having
been inserted into the anus of
Israeli prisoners." The Israeli
complaint also charged the Egyp-
tians with denying wounded
PGWs medical aid and striking
the wounded on their wounds if
they asked for medical assist-
ance. Israel charged the Egyp-
tians with deliberately withhold-
ing food and water from Israoii
POWs. forcing them to live ir,
vermin infested cells, denying
them wa.->hing facilities and.
when finally allowed to wash,
forcing them to do so in sewage
water. "It is clar from the fore
going that the murders and acts
of brutality described herein were
part of a deliberate policy anc
were committed in accordance
with systematic instructions is-
sued by a high central authority."
the complaint stated.
U.S. Arabist to Head Our
Delegation at Geneva Talks
By JOSE1I POLAKOFF
JTA Washington Bureau Chief
WASHINGTONShifts in the
State Department's high com-
mand arc expected to be an-
nounced within a few days that
would put an Arabist. Undersec-
ictary tor Political Affairs Wil-
liam Po'ter. at the head of the
U.S. delegation to an Arab-Israel]
peace conference and elevate
Joseph .T. Sisco, the depart-
ment's present foremost Middle
East i'.\peit. to become Secretary
of State Henry A. Kissinger's
political right arm.
Department spokesman George
Y t seemed to confirm these and
other reported personnel move-
ments at the top of American
foreign affairs when he was
asked about the reports.
VEST SAID he expected no
announcements "in the next
coupie "t days" but could not
saj 'hey would not take place
within a week or so.
Sisco, "'4. has been Assistant
Secretary of Stile tor Near East-
ern and South Asian Affairs
since his appointment by Prcsi- I
dent Nixon in February. 1969. '
He is slated to become Undersec-
retary for Political Affairs re-
placing Poiter who has been in
that job only since last February.
Porter. 59. gained a reputation
as a negotiator by his representa-
tion of the U.S. in the prolonged
Paris talks to settle the Vietnam
War. He i-> expected to lead the
American group to the confer-
ence in Geneva.
PuRTER. a native cf England,
served for more than 15 yeais in
Arab areas. Between 1937 and
1946, he was on assignments in
Baghdad. Beirut and Damascus.
In that period tie also served for I
a few months in Jerusalem when
it was in Arab hands.
In 1949. he was named Consul
General in Algiers and three
years later was elevated to be
a->-h;js*ador to that country. In
1965, he left to become deputy
ambassador in Saigon where he ,
stayed until he was assigned to
the I'aii.- Peace talks in 1971.
James Ewinq, (center) manager oi Delta Airlines news bur-
eau, is receiving the 25th Anniversary Medal from Amram
Zur, representative of the Israeli Ministry of Tourism in New
York (left) and Jacob Gcren, director cf the Israel Govern-
ment Tourist Office in Atlanta, Ga. Mr. Ewing was respon-
sible for arranqing the flights to cities all across the United
States of the torches which marked the beginning cf Israel'3
25 anniversary celebration. The torches were flown to this
country from Israe1 by Moshe Kol, Minister of Tourism in
Jerusalem.
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the attention of the national
leaders he Will meet, a high
American official said.
He vigorously denied that Kis-
singer will take "a package,
deal" to the Middle East since.
he emphasized, the U.S. has no
plan for a settlement.
KISSINGERS VISIT to Da-
mascus is considered of major
significance since only last
month it refused to allow him
or Assistant Secretary of State
Joseph J. Sisco to visit the Syr-
ian capital.
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3 Prominent Miamians Named
To Cochair Brandeis Benefit
WALTHAM, Mass. Three
prominent Miamians have been
named cochairmen of a dinner-
dance to be held Jan. 3 at the
Americana Hotel in Bal Harbour
for the benefit of scholarship and
fellowship funds at Brandeis Uni-
versity.
The dinner, which will begin
with a reception at 6:30 p.m., is
sponsored by the Friends of Bran-
deis University in South Florida.
The three cochairmen arc Dr. j
Stanley Frehling. a Miami surgeon;
Melvin N. Grecnberg. a Miami at-
torney, and Ralph Levitz, board
chairman of the Levitz Furniture
Corp. of Miami.
The committee is composed of
Bnmdeis Trustees. Fellows of the
University, members of the Bran-
deis Council, representatives of the
university's National Womn-s
Committee and other South Flor
Ida friends of Brjndeis who are
planning the dinner dance.
Dr. Frehling is a vice chairman
of the Brandeis Univers'ty Pel-
lowf and a former member of the
Fellows' executive committee, A
supporter of the university for a
decade, and among its life mem-
bers, Dr. Frehling was president
of the Greater Miami Brandeis club
and chairman of its l!i8G dinner on
behalf of the university. He and
his wife, Marion, have been active
in the Brandeis annual giving pro-
gram and have heloed underwrite
gifts to the university which honor
others.
In 1965, the "Dr. Stanl?y and
Marion Frehling Laboratory" at
Brandeis was dedicated in the
sity Institute on Federal Taxation.
He is also an adjunct lav profes-
sor at the University of Miami Law
School and a member of the Dade
County Florida and American Bar
Associations.
A member of the board of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
Greenbcrg also serves other phil-
anthropic organizations. He re-
ceived his LL.B. degree from the
University of Florida in 1952 with
honors and an LL.M. degree from
New York University in 1955.
Levitz is a national vice chair-
man of the Brandeis Fellows and
has been active for the university
in its "Annual Giving Program."
He developed a new technique of
selling furniture at retail from spe-
cially designed warehouse-show-
berg, Samuel N. Fricdland (emer-
itus), Charles Fmchtman (emeri-
tus), I. Eli Goldstein, Abraham
Goodman, Paul R. Gordon, Mark
L. Harris, Eli Jacobson, Bernard
L. Landers, Mrs. Herman E. Leeks,
Herbert J. Nickelson, Harry Pearl-
man, Lewis S. Rosentiel, Irving
Shapiro, Israel D. Shapiro, Ben
Tobin. Benjamin A. Trustman I
Leonard A. Wtin and Ben D.
Zevin.
Also Cnarles S.
David W. Aranow,
Barron, Theodore
Philip Coleman,
Ralph Levitt
Melvin Greenberg Dr. Stanley frehling
Adler C52),
A. Theodore ]
Baumritter,
Benjamin E. |
Kramer, Rabbi Irving Lehman,
Mrs. Anna Miller, Ben Novack
rooms, a concept which helped to; Kleinman.Joseph P. Kosow. Philip
make him one of the most success-
ful furniture dealers in the world
and led to his selection as "Re-
tailer of the Year" by the trade i
publication Home Furnishings!
Daily.
A gr:idi'"'" "f the Wharton i
School ef Business at the Uni-
the Brandeis Leadership Group.
eersitv f eennsylvania. Levitz i and Mrs. Donald Sobol, secretary
HEBREW ACADEMY BENEFIT
Committee Prepares For 26th
Annual Scholarship Dinner
A committee of some of the most \dolph Blank. Morris Broad, I
active and dedicated workers in Cohen, Samuel Cohen, Louis De-
ihc South Florida Jewish comnui- Coveny, Monis Dubler. Barn
itv is nreraring for the 26th an- Eisenborg, David B. Flee
nual scholarship dinner of the Charles Fruchtman, Harry t
j.eater Miami Hebrew Academy irving Genet, Sam Gordon. M i
I-awrence C. Porter, Judge Samuel Sunday, Dec. 23, at the Fontaine- J. Grundwerg, Barry T. Gurl
Dr. Donald Kas, .Joseph Malek
VVi.llam G. Mechanic. Jacob \:
dansky, Henry Penchansky, ;
Perlman. Burnett Roth, R
Sicgcl, Harold Vernon and j
J. Jury Zeltzer.
Fields, Joseph E. Fisher, Albert
Gitlow, Henry Gornstein, Philip
Granoff, Jerome Herbert, Morey
Hirsch, Mrs. Arthur Jurkowitz
C55), James D. Kaufman, Morris
M. Rosensteln, Mrs. Sidney M. I bleau Hotel.
Schwartz. Herman Vershbovv and General cochairmen are Mr. and
Harry Zukernick. Mrs Joseph H Kanf(r and Mr
Robert H. Frehling, chairman of'and Mrs. George Feldenkreis. who
, is active \n a vaiiely O'educational,
charitable, and philanthropic or-
ganizations including the Jewish
Federation of Miami, the Israel
Emergency Fund. Hadassah, the
University of Miami and Lebanon
Valley College. He was chairman
of the United Jewish Appeal in
Pottstcwn. Pa., his former corpor-
ate headquarters
Levitz is a member of the Jockey
Club, the Club International and
the Westview Country Club in Mi
couples honor by the Samuel Blank ami In 1972. he headed the South
and Family Foundation, also of
Miami Dr. Frehling is an associate
professor of surgery at the Univer-
sity of Miami and a staff member
of the surgery departments of
Jackson Memorial and Mount Sinai
Hospitals in Miami.
Greenberg, a senior partner in
the law firm of Greenberg. Trau-
rig, Hoffman, Lipoff and Quentel
in Miami, is a lecturer on taxatior
Florida Friends of Brandeis Uni-
versity Committee which planned a
dinner-dance at the Doral Hotel
and Country Club in Miami.
Assisting the three chairmen in
planning the Jan. 3 dinner-dance
are Brandeis Trustees Maurice
Cohen. Philip I own (emeritus).
Jacob Shapiro and Robert L. Wolf-
son.
Brandeis "resident's Councilors
at Arizona State and Stetson Uni- on the plarning committee include
versities. the University of Miami' Henry August, Dr. David D. Ber-
and Tulane University Tax Insti- lin, Murray A. Candib. Max Coff-
tutes. and the New York L'niver- man, Oilie A. Cohen, William Fein-
i-.ave been in the forefront oi
:ctivities for Is; ad Bonds and the
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund for many years.
Both couples are parents of He-
brew Acudimy student-', and have
worked clorely w.th Rabbi Alexan-
der S. Gross in expanding activ-
ities of parents in behalf of the
school.
Serving as; honorary chairmen
are Oscar B. Schapiro. senior vice
piesident of the Hebrew Acad-
emy, and Joseph Cohen, vice presi-
dent Dinner marshals are Shepard
Broad and Alendell Selit'.
Assiciate chapmen of the dinner
include David Egozi, Murry Koretz-
S. Gumeniek, Joseph Hart, Ted ky. Nichols Morley, Leonard Rat-
Hollo. Mrs. Bernard H. Ressner,! :,er- JaeoD Ri kin and Leonard Zil
Samuel Lipton, George Mover, Deit-
Harry L Nathenson, Robert Rose, George Kimmel. Academy vice
Mrs. Lewis S. Rosentiel, Arthur S. president, is chairman of the din-
Rosichan, Donald Soffer, Joseph ner. cabinet, with treasurer Jerome
Weintraub, Leonard M. Winograd, Bienenfeld serving as cochairman.
Malcolm Woldenberg. Col. Mitchell Cabinet members include Mur-1
Wolfson and Harry Zuckerman. ray Berkowitz. Morris Bienenfeld,
of the group, are also serving on
the committee, as are Mrs. Mor-
ton Pine, president of the Fort
Lauderdale chapter of the Brandeis
National Women's Committee; Mrs.
Ben Leerer. president of th? Holly-
wood chapter and Mrs. Solomon
Sholes. president of the Miami
chapter.
Other friends of Brandeis assist-
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ler, Ted Arison. Mrs. Theodore
Baumritter, Jason M. Berkman.
Samuel Blank. Rob?rt Bookbinder,
Morris Burk, Arthur Courshon, I
Stanley Davidson, Henry Dubbin,
Morton Glick, Jules Gorlitz, Nathan
Ribe.t Russell, past preside,".:
>f the Greater Miami Jewish F
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Chtistie and Judge Norman C
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Max Deakter is chairmen of
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man and Dr. Robert'B. Schu
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We'll Trade, but No Give Away Dayan
Continued from Page 1-A
ed that the situation rema-ns
tense on the ceasefire lines, that
the Arabs could resume warfare
at any time and that Israel must
maintain a full alert for as long
as necessary even while pursuing
a peace settlement in Geneva. He
drew prolonged applause when
he said that Israel was stronger
now than any time in history.
But he stressed that Israel must
maintain its military, political
and economic strength against the
possibility of a new round of
fighting.
- "We have to gel new arms .
and we Tiope we shall get the
here, in America." he said. Dayan
declared that one ot the most im-
portant aspects of the Geneva
conference is that Israel is going
there to negotiate not only peace
"but the permanent, final bound-
aries for Israel." He said that
Israel had nothing to ask from
the Arabs as far as territories are
concerned.
DAYAN ARRIVED Friday in
the U.S. on a visit officially m
behalf of the United Jewish Ap-
peal. He was in Washington Mon-
day for talks with Secretary of
Defense James Schlesinger to re-
portedly request more tank-;,
planes and electronic equipment
to make up for losses suffered in
the Yom Kippur War. On Friday.
Dayan met twice with Secretary
of State Henry A. Kissinger, met
for 50 minutes with Vice Presi-
dent Gerald Ford anH also con-
ferred w'th Deputy Secretary
Wiliam Clements.
Dayan told the Anu.icati oeo-
rle that guarantees by the Unite-1
States and the Soviet Union or
by the U.S. ahne are not the ul-
timate answer to peace in the
Middle East
He also rtated that the ques |
tion of whether or n-t a Un:ted
Nat;nn peace- eer-:ng force
wouH be acceptable tV Isra
would have ti be answered "w th-
in the eenoral aspect of peace."
Dayan made these statements dur-
ing an interview on CB--TV "Fae-1
the Nitinn." tared Sundav.
ASKED BY reporters whether
guarantees foolproof guaran-
tees were not more impor-
tant than WnHtori-s for Irael's
<>fnse. Dayan said he did not
know what this meant in practi-
cal terms.
He a'ked rh^orieallv whether
this mant that the U S. wou'd
send troons to the area to Pro-
tect Israel and wh?ther ^oner^ss
or the American tk-o-11 w 're
eady to accent surh a move.
Declaring that there ar^ thre^
elrm"nts in maintaining peace in
the Mideast territories, peace
agreem"nts and armament:;
Dayan said. "If peace i; main-
tained we don't need guarantees.
The question is whether the
Arabs w'l broak the peace."
He stated that territory is im-
portant to Israel b"cause, while
it is possible for the en^my to
launch missile and utilize air
power to destroy ci'ies, thn rw
cuest of territory is whet d7>r-
nrnes the future of a nation.
"I! matters very much where
war starts.". he jaM. asserting that
if I-rael is rerced to return to its
Israel's Existence is Not
In Question-Saudi Sheikh
Continued from Page 1A
ence of Israel is not a question."
he said. "It definitely is not to
be related to the oil business."
Saying, that he was "optimistic
and hopeful," he affirmed that
"the goal which we are looking
for which is peace in the area
is more feasible than at anv
time in the past. The Israelis
realize they cannot continue their
occupation and cannot ignore
peace."
IN MSClJSSING the o:l ques-
tion, he was asked whether re-
turn of Israel to the pre-1967 war
lines was necessary before ther
is a relaxation in the Arab oil
embargo. "When the Israelis de-
cide to withdraw and there is a
time table for that, we will have
a time-table to increase produc
tion step by steD in a manner
corresponding to the time-table," I
Yamanl said. l
Askeii whether the one is
phased to the other, he replied.
"Rieht."
pre-Jun-' borders, "we'll be much
worje off than before."
The Defense Minister noted |
that guarantees by a superpower
or even it. presence in the area
isufficient to restore nor-
malcy and quiet. He pointed out
that despite the presence of a
U.S. aircraft carrii r near Bab el
Mamie!) the blockade by Egypt
continues, and there is no free-
dom of navigation.
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Kashi's Curse Doesn't Tell Story: Israelis Don't Hate Arabs
Haifa
A LIZA KAS1II, an Israeli singer who has made
.1 considerable reputation overseas, returned
t the country to entertain the troops or help in
any other wa> possible. At one of her early ap-
earances in Jerusalem she was deeply moved.
and the entire nation watched on their television
,,,-. as tears dropped from her eyes during
:,n emotional rendition of a timely song.
ism when she finished, and turned away, the
sensitive microphones in the studio also picked
p a spontaneous cry from her heart, a crude
curse in Arabic, against all Arabs. A few days
later she wrote to the press, publicly apologizing.
SHE EXPLAINED that she had sustained
war losses in her own family, and that she had
just come from a hospital ward of badly-wounded
soldiers, and was therefore emotional'y affected.
She regretted that her private pain had become
public.
Miss Kashi may have been raised in this coun-
try for long enough to have learned Arab curses.
bul -he has been awav for so long that she is
completely out of touch with the spirit of Israel.
The bitter hatred to which she gave voice is com-
pletely absent from the hearts and minds of most
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'IMIL ARRIVAL ol Rabbi Philip
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Sukkot and Simchal Torah Anthology" (Jewish Pub-
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Tins anthology covers the last of our three
great pilgrim festival The author present;
varied aspects of the background, historical develop
m< .it- through the ages and the spiritual verities
wh ch these holj days proclaim for Jewry as well as
all man ind
RABBI GOODMAN elucidates the traditions
ind practices of the eight- or 9-day festival
(depen on whether one follows Orthodox or
i i, and he draws upon Jewish litera-
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Rabbi thologies on Purim, Passover, Rosh Hashonah, and
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His books make a valuable addition to any family
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(Jewish Publication Society. $6.95. 338 pp.) is a
collection of over 300 legends about sites in Jeru-
salem, the old and the new city and their environs.
Most of the tales are brief, even less than a page
Included are stories of the Dome of the Rock,
Jerusalem as the center of the world. Moriah as the
Mount of God. the Patriarchs on Mount Moriah,
the buildings and gates about the first and second
t< moles, and their destruction. This book is also
enriched by illustrations. Zev Vilnay is the author
of The Guide to Israel."
He has drawn upon the folk legends and tales
of Jews of various communities, those of Arabs of
different origins and Christians of many denomina-
tions. The translation from the Hebrew is excellent
The author lists 319 sources for his eolation of
talcs. He has also appended a five page bibliography.

THE BOOK of Isaiah," with an introduction
by H. L. Ginsberg and illustrated by Chaim Gross
($12.50) is i work of art and a j.w to own. Needier.*
to add that it can serve as an excellent gift for all
occasions.
"The Book of Psalms" is a new translation ac
cording to the traditional Hebrew text. The trans
lators are headed by Profs. Moshe Greenberg and
Jonas C. Greenfield, of th Hebrew University, and
many other distinguished scholars, and Chaim Potok
served as secretary of th" committee who labored
for over five yars on this work.
Both are Jewish Publication Society publications.
Isri ells.
Except for a very small minority, Israelis
have no hatred for the Arabs. This has been
true through all of our wars since 1948, despite
threats of annihilation, acts of terrorism and
atrocities.
Mike Nichols And
'Day of Dolphin'
AT THE Goldwyn Studios, we talked with Mike
Nichols who is completing editing of the
multi-million dollar production of "The Day of
the Dolphin," photographed on location in the
Bahamas with George C. Scott, Irish Van Dewis.
Paul Sorvino and Fritz Weaver.
Based on a novel by Robert Merle, the story
of the inter-species communication dealing with
the relationship between man and dolphin is
based on actual scientific research.
MIKE NICHOLS made the film for Joseph
E. I.evine at Avco Embassy for whom he previ-
ously directed "The Graduate" and "Carnal
Knowledge," two of the all-time top money-mak-
ers. I.evine fell compelled to give the director a
:ompl"te free hand for the filmization of "The
Day of the Dolphin," currently being scored in
Paris by French composer Georges Delerue to
open in New York at year's end.
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Michael Bar Zohab is the author of an Is-
raeli novel "The Third Truth." purchased for
filming by Warner Bros. The contemporary es-
pionage-mystery yarn laid in the United States.
We-tern Europe and Israel, deals with the fic-
titious murder of a Soviet foreign minister in
New York City something we hope will never
happen.
We are told that, the protagonist of "The
Third Truth" a story bought by the studio before
'he outbreak of hostilities last month, is a (1\
"t.
ELIZABETH TAYLOR, currently in Rom"
(separated from her spouse Richard Burton who
is in Sicily shooting th- motion picture "The
Voyage" with Sophia Loren), remains faithful to
her conversion to Judaism. The actress hns ral-
lied Italian high society for a fund-raising drive
to heln widows and children of Israeli soldier*
killed in the current war. At her first parly held
at 'he Grand Hotel, Liz Taylor collected the sum
of SI40.000.
* '.
Michael Hertzberg, producer of "Black B'irt,"
directed by Mel Brooks at the Burbank Studios,
with Gene Wilder. Harvey Korman and Madeline
Kahn. has purchased two stories by Yabo Yablon-
ski. "Lord Baltimore and Comnanv." about a
bounty hunter who pursued Butch Cassidy. and
"Rescue." a sereennlay dealing with the closing
days of World War II.
It is well that this is so, for otherwise there
would be no possibility ever for achieving a peace-
ful understanding. We hue thought tho Arabs un-
reasonable. We have deplored their stubborness
in reiuMng to negotiate witfl us in an attempt to
iron out misunderstandings.
WE HAVE condemned inhuman acts of
cruelty, practiced for the most part by the Syrians
but we have never hated the Arabs and we
have never taught our children to hate.
Even prisoners, now returned from Egypt.
have expressed no hatred. Some of them, telling
of a beating or a "working over" when first cap-
lured, hastened to explain almost apologetically
I hat these were the acts of individual soldiers,
and that on the whole they had been well-treated.
The care of our wounded in Egyptian hospitals
had been careful and proper. Some of the Israeli
prisoners were taken for a tour of the pyramids
shortly before being released.
AT NO time during the war, despite the
critical state of affairs, were any restrictions
placed on Israels Arabs. In earlier years, it may
be recalled, there had been curfews, limitations
on movement and other curtailments. Indeed
Israel's Arabs outdid themselves from the very
fir-t days of the war in purchasing war bonds, in
volunteering for essential services, and in mak-
ing open declaration of their loyalty.
jOatbi sSmnifc/ Silver
Some Outstanding
Definitions Today
CATIRE NEVER reached greater heights than it
did in a recent column in his bulletin by Rabbi
Harry Halpern, one of the brainiest men in the
rabbinate. What he wrote for the benefit of his
Easl Midwood Jewish Center Congregation ought to
be digested by many more people.
His piece was a series of definitions. Some of
them:
TERRORIST: A military act by an Israeli sol
to drive away or capture peaceful" members
of Al Fatah.
Freedom Fighter: One who plants a bomb in a
supermarket, theater or other place where civilians
gather.
Heroes: Men who kill athletes, airplane pas-
rs and diplomats.
ZIONISTS: Jewish men and women with tat-
t oed numbers on their arms, all of whom are rich
i\)'<\ have great influence. They control the U.S. Con
gress (consult Sen. Fulbright), dominate the press
and media of this country and have pushed their
vay into Palestine and displaced thousands of people.
Ceasefire: A stoppage of military conflict to
enable the disciples of Marx and Lenin to replenish
the arms of several Near East countries.
Even-handedness: Affording the same protec
tion to a mugger as to his victim.
rKobert ^>eqal
c9"
The Old Question: Guns or Butter
i
/"" UNS OR butter? More nuclear weapons or a
bit of soup on the table? Millions more for
defense or millions less for school lunches?
These appear to be the choices for the White
House. And sad to relate, those choices are limned
Igainsl a world backdrop of drought, bad weather,
?rop failures and population growth that threaten
to outpace food production.
WHAT KIND of mad days have we fallen
upon when the President says it is "foolhardy"
(his word) to cut our S85 billion defense budget
just because we need more money for domestic
programs? For when we say "domestic programs."
we have to be talking in part about the lament-
able school lunch squeeze.
As our boys and girls returned to classrooms
this fall, it was estimated that 800,000 of them
would find that federally financed school lunch
programs had been erased. And for those still
getting such programs, the price was up a nickel.
10 and 15 cents. Chickenfeed. you think? Not in
a family bedeviled by unemployment, high food
costs, soaring rents. No, not chicken feed, but
food for American children.
AS THIS is written, the Senate has approved
a $300 million increase in federal aid to the
school lunch program -.nth a provision for even
more money if food costs continue to rise. Of
the four senators who voted against that humani-
tarian measure, two represented Arizona (popu-
lation: under two-million).
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ilism and mak
iment cumbers
it no1 impwible;
Repeatedly criticized the c *
q opolitanism of Irs countrymen
i nsisted on congregating in
Til Aviv, Ji ru -ill m or Haifa
while snubbing th"1 largo and un-
inhabited dewi areas where, in
his view. Israel's real future lay.
THAT IS why he went to Sde
Bokcr himself, honing that he
could be a national examnl? of
the pioneer spirit of the original
aliyab.
Intellectuals," he once told me,
"have a sense of the inferiority
of manual labor. But how do you
build without hands? Israel al-
ready has too many heads and
not enough hands, too many
thinkers and not enough build-
c rs."
i nat. he said, would be the
c,iii=e of Israel's true inferior-
ity if the country did nothing to
change the balance.
Ben-Gurion was, of course,
right, as he was about so many
other things.
WHEN I fir=t visited Israel in
the early 1960's. young Israel's
would stare at the cameras slung
across one of my shoulders, the
binoculars and tape-recorders
hanging from the other, and
with a kind of benevolent
contempt at what they obviously
regarded as a vulgar display ot
le American Jewish material
ism.
Then, a decade later, before
the last war, th > would stop me
or. the streets of the cities, oven
in the kibbutzim, stare at th?
e things, but with a look of
n and outr sh! de=ire. some
coming up to touch those things
for which they once felt nothing
but derision, asking how much
'' st and where they were
available.
aoineday," many said. "1 will
have these things for myself -
even if I must leave here to get
them.''
BENGLRION foresaw the
death of the spirit of aliyah. He
foresaw it all. That was the point
of his irascibility. And to fend
off the change in Israel's national
character, he never gave up, even
at the end, demanding busy
hands.
He was a visionary with lion's
claws, a prophet with the willing-
ness to sweat, a hardnosed realis-
tic politician with the capacity to
poetize.
THESE ARE the qualities, in
this combination, that Israel's
present leaders do not possess.
Under Ben-Gurion. there would
be no rebellion of the generals.
no fault-finding marathon to the
detriment of the nation's emo-
tional stability, no prime minis
tcna! confessions of responsibil-
itv and guilt for past failures
such as have wracked Israel sine.
the Yom Kippur War.
BeV.'Gurion would never, as
Golda Heir did last year, visit the
Vatican and declare before Pop^
Paul and the world her astonish-
ment and awe that she, a carpen
tor's daughter, should find her
self before the Bishop of Rome
IF BEN I RION had gone at
all, he would have taught Paul a
lesson in history. He would be
there not as a groveler in the
ri,, t nf :,} bri'liance, but as i
slightly grimy giant just arrived
from th" solendorous workshop
of the prophecy of Israel reborn.
Whatever it I 10k to strengthen
the destiny of his people that,
he delivered. Personal a!ligiance
were absurd to him if th \\ sto id
in the way.
(odd:: Moii, once "the only man
in my cabinet,' toward the end
became "that woman." When il
was necessary, ho had even more
contemptuous words for Levi
Eshkol, his ardent disciple Moshe
Dayan. and the somewhat faded
darling of American Jewry, Abba
Eban.
INTERNATIONALLY, it was
the same. He wooed Adenauer
and even Franz Josef Straus,
whom I once met with Ben-Gurion
In Haifa.
Despite Nehru's professed at-
tachment to Gandhi's "satya-
graha" (the force of love), a phi-
losophy Ben-Gurion ardently em-
braced, he grew to detest Nehru
for Nehru's "neutrality" in the
Middle East not because it
failed to side with Israel, but bo
cause it betraved Nehru's pro-
im
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When you see
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you'll see a lot of
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Must rjvite feelings and therefo 'e
his betrayal of "satyagra la
And he was cl : Gen, l>
Gaul e, h im i /cryone else de-
'. '. il i r ii narci isi i, bocnu le
' lie S"l ih1.11' of th '
Gaullisl dictatorship; Ben-Gurion
Baw his own characteristics ap
pliod (0 Israel the blackmail
Ihre i thai he would resign if he
didn't g his way, tli" slmul
of a national grandeur which the
hard realities of international af-
fairs tailed to justify.
MOSTLY, I suppose, what pe >
pie secretly disliked about Ben
Gurion was that he was so unpre-
dictable they could no* depend
upon his sweet wird.
1 have said something here
about the change in Israeli atti
tudos from idealism to material
ism. But that is a strange obser
vation from an American Jew,
himself the quintessential ma
terialist.
ON ONE occasion, staring
through my camera from his back
porch in the Negev to photo-
graph a magnificent desert vista
in the distance. I stopped long
enough from my concentration
to hear Ben-Guion say:
"You'rr too eorruDtod. Your
hands are too clean. Send us your
son.-."
That i^ another thing he al-
ways to11 Americans who re-
.i him with stars in their
thai they re Zioni ts as if
expecting some kind of reward.
"You're I .....rruoted i under-
stand."'ho would tell them. "Zion-
i in is dead. Israel Is Zionism
not n ed the dead,
but send us your sons so that at
least they may li > "
AND WHILE n> > t Amerl
wont away from him proud that
thej h id h ten given the ipp ir
tunity to spend a moment with
him, silently they were offend":!.
There were no sweet words he
offered them, and they wanted
to hear, no fancy speeches about
the partnership between Ameri-
can Jews and Israel, no expres-
sions of gratitude for their finan-
cial aid whose importance, of
course, he understood
Instead, he spoke to all of us
like he spoke to his cosmopolitans
gathered in Tel Aviv. Jerusalem
and Haifa. He pointed the way to
the future in the desert. Those
who refused to go. as he had
gone. Ben-Gurion labeled frauds.
He was a tacky, irascible, dif-
ficult man.
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THE MONEY MAVINS
COME TO
MIAMI BEACH
BEARING GIFTS
Flagler Federal, the money mavins, with 6 offices
and over $230 million in assets are coming.
Why are we coming? Why not? We've been doing
an awful lot of business with Beaeh residents at
our downtown branch for a long time. So, if
you've been willing to go out of your way to
come to us. we figured the least we can do now
js come to you.
On DECEMBER 10th, we're opening at a very
convenient location. If you're an early-riser from
the high-risers, take a walk over to I 1 ih and Alton
Road. But make sure you come with lull pockets
and emptj hands. You see. we're not only
coming we're bringing
a) OPEN \N VCCOUNT FOR $5,000 OR MORE.
And choose from a good vinyl, folding chair to
keep on the terrace and to take to the beaeh. Or,
a 7-piece Wearever Cook ware Set to cook your
chicken in.
b| OPLN AN ACCOUNT FOR S2.000 OR MORE.
And choose from a nice 3-piece Menu-ette set by
Corning that goes from the oven to the refrigera-
tor. Or a deluxe, king-si/e shopping cart to bring
home the groceries from the supermarket.
c) OPEN AN ACCOUNT FOR S500 OR MORE.
And choose from a G. E. Alarm Clock, so you'll
get up in time to go to the Savings and Loan. Or,
a G. E. Heating Pad for the cold weather coming
up. _^_^^_
| ANNUAL YIELD
(Compounded Daily)
ANNUAL
INTEREST
7.50%
6.75%
6.50%
5.75%
5.25%
7.79%
6.98%
6.72%
5.92%
5.39%
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Talianof f, Alper To Receive
Society of Fellows Award
The
annual
of the
ociety
Human Relations
Florida Chapter of
of Fellows of the

CfOlrCC TAUAHOff
lAn'i Defamation League of B'nai
IfJ'nth will be presented to Miami
lB'ioh attorney George J. Talian-
lofl
IHoU
The presentation will be made
by Henry E. Schultz, honorary
national chai.marr oHM ADL.
Miami attorney William M. Ai-
per, immediate pa:>t chairman of
(he Society of Fellows, will be
.lonored for his service to the
SOF through an award presenta-
tion to him by the current eochair-
man. Richard Essen.
Featured speaker for the eve-
ning wiil be Alexander F. Miller,,
former national diiector of the :
ADLs National Community Serv-
ice Divi.ion, who is a nationally
recognized speciali t on intergroup
relations and Jewish community
life in America.
The Society of Frl'.ows is a
leadership group within the ADL
which is concerned with providing
the financial needs of the agency.
SOF members attend special as-
semblages throughout the country
and tiavel on fact finding missions
abroad to assess ADL's concerns
related to Jewish communities
throughout the world.
House Passes
Mills Bill
By Special Report
W ASH 1 N G TONThe
Jjouse of Representatives has
passed the Mills-Vanik bill,
which would restrict Most
Favored Nation status to the
Soviet Union so long as Mos-
cow continues to bar Russian
Jews from emigrating to
Israel.
MrPN status has been a
special request personally
backed by President Nixon
and strongly supported by
Secretary of State Kissinger
in behalf of East-West de-
tent". Its companion piece of
legislation is the Jackson
Amendment in the Senate.
The House has also ap-
proved the $2.2 billion re-
quest of President Nixon to
re;urply Israel with weap-
ons she lost during the Yom
Kinpur War, plus additional
military assistance to main-
tain the balance of power in
the Middle East.
The Slate of Isiael Masada Award was presented Sunday,
Nov. 25, to Mr. and Mrs. David Krcuse by Rabbi Eugene
Lcbcvi'z (second from left) at Temple Ner Tamid's Israel
Dinner of State at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Witnessing the
presentation were Murray Shaw (far left), chairman of the
annual dinner, and Maxwell Harris (far right), president of
the Miami Beach congregation. The Krauses were honored
for their outstanding leadership in fortifying the economic
foundations of the State of Israel. Guest speaker at the
dinner was Prof. B. Z. Sobel, dean of the faculty of social
sciences a1 the University of Haifa in Israel.___________
Saturday at the Fontainebleau
f.-
UN Committee
Meets With
S & L Leaders
steering committee of the
for Human Settlement of
t United Nations" met this week
:. Washington Federal Savings
I Loan Association's main of-
1701 Meridian Ave., with lead-
the savings and loan systems
itin American nations to dis-
e committee's draft report
< ing prepared for presenta-
: i the United Nations Genera:
ibly.
Fund for Human Settle
is part of the Environment
i ion oi the United Nations.
Steering committee members who
led Monday's meeting In-
. Lided the Fund's director, Bern-
ard A. Zagorin of the United
Sen. Helen Benitez of the
.nines and Dr. Bernardo
Benes, vice president of Washing-
ton Federal.
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association has had a long
involvement in U.S. government
programs concerned with housing
finance and the cieation of savings
and loan systems in the develop
ing nations of the world. Both
Arthur H. Courshon, chairman of
Washington Federal, and Sen. Jack
D. Gordon, president of Washing-
ton Federal, have undertaken
Missions abroad for the U.S. State
Department's Agency for Interna-
tional Development. Gordon has
served in a similar capacity for the
United Nations.
Washington Federal has also
served as an A.I.D. training center
for savings and loan officials from
abroad.
IMindliiitoTalk
At Emanu-El
I Friday Service
Leo Mindlin, associate editor of
The Jewish Floridian, will speak
on "After Geneva, What?" during
the 8:30 p.m. Friday night service
at Temple Emanu-El of Miami
[ Beach, 1701 Washington Ave.
Mindlin. an associate professor
at Miami-Dade Community College,
has traveled extensively in Europe
and the Middle East.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of
Temple Emanu-El, will officiate at
the Friday night service. Cantor
Zvi Adler will chant the "turg>.
SLted by the Temple Emanu-El
thoir under the direction f
I Fershko.
Get a taste of what
it's all about.
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I

I
.
We Seek Our Brothers
RABBI MAURICE K! IN
Temple Tifereth Israel
In the Torah Pi rtion of Vaj i
shev we find on \ of the m >st dra
matic and n o\ ing epi 10 li record
By RABBI SAMI EL J. FOX
,<>. nC! Jewish Telegraphl*
Why is it customary lo break
off a piece of dough before bak-
ing bread and burning that a h a v a t shalcm com
uiro TION. 915 'SW 67th Ave. O
Cantor Aron Ben Aron.
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' Kekgjfou* Services
rT.'. '.'." '' !'..'.. T"1'J1 ." -''. ~& .;aegr
MIAMI
fliia is the well-known mitzvah
might and he must find out. The
re ise d re iction wa<
Phe Bible i (Commandment) called Challah.
rhe source is the Bible itsell
commanded that (15:17) "of
us t lu to jealous) ii.- br il i
era sold e d >al re, How
hi God jiven abilitj he ".,e fns' >',""' ,''"" -u> ;
ANSHE EMES. 2S33 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol PaKOWitz.
2
beth am (Tempi*). M80 N. Kendall
Dr. S, Miami. Refer n. Rabbi Her.
bert M. Bauni'i.ird. Associate Rabbi
,KN23ETH ISRAEL. 1415 f uclid Ave.
C rtnoJox. Rahb: David LehrfleM
OREGA- Cantor Abraham Seif. .- 27
rthodox. -------
1 MENOIAH (Temple). 620 73th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mav-r Abran'.
ow-'.z. Cantor Nico Felo.nan. 28
., ,,., tin, in i in: "! .i.i-ii .i mill in- ,, ... hert M. Bauni'i.ird. Associate h.iodi
ed i the Bible r(Ne t0 the blblical Kil .. f| give unto the Lord a portion BStTaRJSE! 3
I i | itnar h paVri '" another place tlie Lih.i
Jacob sends his |-tatcs. "Ye shall give the priest the j( '""____.____
NER TAMID (Temole). 80th 8t and
Tatum Watery*..-. Conservat've.
Rabbi Euq*ne Laouvitz. Cantor Ed-
ward K 29
OHEV SHALOM. "063 Bonita Dr. Or-
tlioao^. Rabin Plunui A. Weberman
30
Jo 'i in i repeat d ir>t of your dough so that he may beth david. .-6_'5 sw 3rd Ae. sephardic jiwiih center. 643
Rabkbl Klein
n
Itself, onl I ird, with a
l,ers ,,, i of variation Our re
. man sponsc in America to our brethren
an i i Israel v as p sitit ', swift and
dering and a ks decisive. The spontaneous dra
\Iah Tvakish" '''ii'c outpouring of heart, soul ami
ubstance 11 the modem version
of '*i seek my brothers" will shine
answered as an unprecedented chapter In
"Ea achay ono- llu' history of nations.
Con- a Rabbi Sol >.anj.-.u. Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nah.nias. 31
Cantor William W. l-inson. < -------r------
>. CONORECATION fc TZ CHAIM. 1542
in I
What are you
>ei king? and Jo-
chee M'vakaish"
"1 seek my brethren, ti 11 me where
they are." (Genesis 39 15, 16)
Inruugnout the history of our
au e the blessing to test on your
use i Ezekie] 44:30).
I i InaUy, in the days of the
holy Temple, a portion of thelsalonv I'.examira llerurlaliand li
lUgh was taken off to be given "'j
10 the priest (the Kohan). NowltlueM peaker, Din I IJi-hman,
that the Temple Ins been destiny- ",' ^J^Zity^A"^ nad'a
(I and the priests are not in their Mental Health Problem Where
>riginal condition, the piece of f%*gn} "viiye^ev^Vni"'"Silt
lough is burnt. Its offering is thus I Tamnrii ,\ dausrht'er of Rabbi and
Many of our people in America i merely a symbol of an ancient
may not be avid "Shool" goers, but: practice.
no sooner do they hear the cry of| Perhaps it is the motive behind
their brothers in any part of any I he original offering of the dough
which makes it so important to
continue the offering at least in a
symbol. Some claim that offering
Mrs Sol l andau
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th St. Causeway.
Norti- Bay Villaqe. Conservative.
Cantor Murray Yavneh. 32-A
AGUDA.S ACHIM NUSACH SEFARO
CONGREGATION 707 5th St. Mi.
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor.
deca: ChaimO"ita.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
people this has become the hall- corner of the globe, there is the
mark of the characteristic of the uncompromising united voice "Hin-
Jewish people. The sense of re- nenv Moochon Umzoomon" "Be-
sponsibility one Jew feels for an- noltl .am Prepared and Ready." the first of the dough to the priest
other has become proverbial and 0ne ,s reminded at this point of or burning dough makes us real-
throughout centuries of persecu- tne wo,c|s of the prophet Isaiah in ize that our bread really belongs
tion has saved countless lives of "RrH'r 50 Verse 2: Thus saith i to God to whom we are ever grate-
our people. "I seek my brothers." ,he Lord wnv whcn l , ,, there no man'.' When I called there Thei
It is a remarKablc thing, this im- ^g, no one lo answer?
B?TH \_Jt S^V.J7,h AV8' r,n0:ADATH YESHURUN (Temolel. 1028
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman.
NE Miimi Gardens Dr. Conservative.
Rabbi Milton S. hlinsky. Cantor Ian
Aloern. 33
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12ttl Ave
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Sha*
piro. Cantor Leon Segal. Rv. Ale.x AC-UDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
e are some who claim that
ince the offering of the dough
v frS Wc in Amerlca ,ake pride tol;,f!id.alIyl^kpla.^only..in Eretz
Stahl. Rev. Mendel Gvtterman. 6
Friday -;'. p.m Sermon: "David
llen-Quriun, The Q;eat Architect of
iBrael." Bernard Sedon will boat the
i inex Shabbat In memory of his uar-
,-llls.
Rlig:ous Community Center. T9255
NE. 3rd Ave. Orthodox. 33-A
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lid-
sctetz. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson. 34
BETH TIKVA. (Reform) 9025 Sun- B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
set Dr. 6-A Conservative. Rabbi Victor D
--------a Zwelling. Cantor Jack Lerner. 3*
PETH TOV (Temole) 6438 SW 8th -------
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles SINAI (Temole). of NORTH DADE
Rubel. Cantor Seymoui Hinkes. 8 18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Friday si:, p.m. Oueat speaker, Raioh p. Kingsley "antor Irvini)
The biblical Joseph came to seek dren who were ready to give the' There arc those who claim that Joseph r. Narot. ia ami.
his brothers. He did not know positive answer, and still stand in j ed for this link_is so import-1 E^it &ft ^^^PSJlSTcwl: Rahb
whether th"v need"d him, but thev f"'l r'-.iflinnc
ant that the Sabbath bread was | science
named after this practice and call- j 1Sraelite center. 3175 sw 25th
! ell "challah.
There used to bo a custom in
many Jewish households for the
housewife to put a coin in a spe-
cial charity box every time she
burned this dough. The money col-
lected in this box would subse-
quently be sent to Israel for char-
ily. In this way the Jewish ties
to the Holy Land were kept alive
veil when there was no political | Sn'utb
Hale in existence.
990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
i Zalrian Kosfowtky. 39
CORAl GABIES
JUDEA (Temple). 5550 Granada Blvd.
Reform Rabbi Michael B Eisen-
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J',.*,at- Cantor "ita Shore. 40
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnaas. 11 ,''r"';'v '" Sermon: A New
Friday 5:15 and 8:15 p.m Quest apeak- KS"k '." ""r,lv. n-:"1 -m. B'nal
.i. Max Frledaon. president, Senior JV'"vanj B0""". daughter of Mr. and
Cltlsena Or(tanlntions ,.f Florida '"" v-';'-- Kfajier; P.-b'.rah.
Problems i n AkInn." Batur- MUfBiter "f Mr. and Mrs. Jerrv Pni-
day S: Ifi n m
iii, Week "
Sermn
IN.Mien
OR OLOM (Tempici S755 SW 16th
St. Conservative Rarbi David M.
Bar;n. Cantor Benja"'in Ben Ari. 13
Friday v p.m. Serm< i "The Hfi il-
. of i:ii- sin l lui s hi Ones
Sliabbu i I ir Rol er '. fl pi i Idem,
... gn vlel
Jews w III d use 'TI il Slate
( Affairs In dde the S I fnion."
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 0500 N. Miami
Ave. Conaervati'-e. Pabbi Maun;-
Klein. 14
ZION (Temrl"). 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servitive. Rabbi Nonnan Shapiro.
Canto- Errol Helfman. IB
Frldav *:15 p.m. O : \
- h.il I Hies
, l"n are Hold
>:, urda. H .i m. .-. .
he v. i
HIA'.tAK
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Cirse-vative. Rabbi Na-
than Znlonrt.-k. is
NORTH MIAMI
Miami Beach Music and Arts League president Lee Reiser
(right) receives a $3,500 check hem Waiter Palevoda of the
Cpeia Guild ol Greater Miami who was representing the
i." Arts Council, ol which he is a member, in mak-
ing the grant to c League in ils activities to encour-
age talented ycung a: i.-:t=\
Mayor Ferre To
Chair Pap Award
Dinner Feb. 15
Miami Mayor Maurice Ferre will
- Pap Award Dinner. Dr. Julius
hull :n of the Pap
i hi Career Re earch Institute at
Miami, announced,
who has been a beth mosi-.k co\g- ~c *tion '--
NE 121st t, C -
il" P R] for the pasl I
will pn r the an-
iiual e> ;
!/ i b. 15.
will be made this
a i Dr. Schultz si it I
Oi e i ntation will be
contributions to
nd the other
.wind to an individual lo
ice in aining sup-
1 fcr mci r res ireh. Bronze
1 and $1,000 prizes will be
nted !" the awardees at the
:."
Sisterhood IJi>i.!in
'Sweel 16' Luncheon
Louis) Cohen.
-; li i le Nor 1
ounced that the Sis-
"hi od v as to hold il 5w<
en" lu cheon Thui I j
thi i aril on Hi
A tar Studded Rovu "
Josenh Cerfinkel. Cantor Een Zlor
Kirschenbaux- ^-.

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AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7301 Carlyle Ave.
Orthoiioic. Rabl si n \ Ever 17
BETH ISTAhL. 7? 4 St. Orthodox
Rabbi Mordecai Shan -o. 1H
BETH JACOB. rigton Av-
Orthodox. Rabi-i Shn aryahu T. Swir
sky. Cantor Maur '. Mamchea. 19
BETH RAPHAEL 'Temple). 1848 Jrf
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rab'i"
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 2
rrlilay 8 p.m. (iii |. c..
......il nttortu
lak.
ZaMORA (Temple:. 44 Zamera Ave.
Conservative. Rab1-.: Maxwell A..
Berger. Canto- St.-.niry Rich. 41
SURFSni
MOG*N DAVID CONGREC.AT'ON.
o?J1 Hard nn A%--. Ort'.odix. Rabbi
Ifaae D. Vine. Cartor Leib-'-
Levine. 50
fORT LAUDtRDALt
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). '/100 W
Oakland Park Blvd. Ra>-I)i Philip A.
Labow tz. Cantor Maurice N?u. 49
EMANU-EL. 3248 W. Oakland Park
B.vrt. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Cartor Jerome Klement 4J
P0MPAN0 8f4CH
MAO^ate JFWISH CENTER 6101
NW 9th St.
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ave
Conservatiu- R.hbi Morrlt A. Sko-i.
Cantor Ymcov Renzer. g
HAUANi)Alt
' HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER,
418 NE Pt' Ave.
Rabl Harry E. Sehwarti Cmtor
Ja '. b Danziger. 12
HOUYVJOOt,
CORAL SPRINGS HB "c CON.
'- ^TION. c r 11
Unlvera ty Dr, Rabbi Max We tz. 44
Brtlil EL =r.M.ie>. 133- 6 14th Ave.
. "" S.imuei Ja'fe. 49
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BETH SHALOM *Temple). 46C1 Ar.
tiiu- s: Conservative. Ralu-i Mar.
ton Malavsky. Cantor lrvinfl Gold 48
SINAI (Temole). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
1 S&iy! aSE^AHJjT. cwiati .atlve.
mj (Jrandfai
' "" Tru' J'?W2M *"e-. Hollywood = -------------- "abbi Sal->mc.i Benarrcch Cai-*nr
BETH sholom (Temple) 4u.i Chase Ha-ry Schmerling r b
Aye. Liberal. Pabbi Leon Kronuh. TFV,D, c ^TT?-------
SIC*
Cantor David ConvlserT" '"21 TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal).
o^^.. -_.. -------* Sheridan St., Hollywood. Rabbi Rob.
.J^ TF"-AH. 93? Euclid Ave Or- ert Frn2m- Cantor Michael Kyrr.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E Ra-k -------
Ky- "*"*-; VOLNG ISRAEL of HOLLYWOOD.
RPTH vn.rr-'------ e 3891 M'rtl"a Rd. 53
YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE-
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E till VailaWe at the temple ^nwaia 23 : Canto,- Abraham Koster.0M Dr"'5
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bairman is Ratbi Meir MaallaHiMJiamed0" n\ H0MFt;"'
iffice. Chairman of the
Mildred Blake: ticket d
Mrs. Lillian Shaw.
HCMfSTtAD
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Planners of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy's 26th
annual dinner, slated Dec. 23 at the Fontaineblau Hotel, in-
clude (left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Spolter, Mayshie
Friedberg, Hyman Chabner and Samuel Reinhard. Rein-
hard, senior vice president of the academy, will celebrate
his 83rd birthday and "second Bar Miizvah" at the SI25-a-
couple banquet to aid i'.s scholarship fund.
'EMANU-EL (Temple.. 1701 Warhinn. i
^_... n *ve- Conservative. Rahb, lrv?n I
'3 NE Sth St. Conservative
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Respite the War Tears, Time for Laughter
By EPHRAIM KISHON
'HERE IS no more uplifting
iiul solemn foeling than to
1 your two smart kids to a
fee-wrestling fight between two
- before beaten Semitic
|i Tints.
And indeed, right on the out-
jrts of the city, we sensed the
i rtance of the event, as the
- we met coming from the
!: osite direction started shout-
Kg ;it us through the window:
\ Iiul her, there are no
Tickets left!"
A SMl'G smile played round
ur masculine lips, because pcr-
I invitations wore snuggling
r pockets, three genuine
the Sport" Palace located
hi Yad F.liahu the Prophet. I had
i il them from Raphael Hal-
r rin, the Fighting Rabbi, in per-
in.
-Daddy," Amir, the redhead
my sons a ked me, "what
of a champion is he?"
"General," I replied, "a gen-
r.i ral world champion.-'
MY KLDER son. Rnfi. analyzed
. : phrase cHtch-a<-catch-can and
red whether eve~ything was
leed permitted in this sort of
I assured him that any-
[ k acceptable.
you Ue a hammer?"
"Up to five k'los."
Undeniably, there was t insion
li car. So was there outside
B car, because ail the parking
in 'lie Ramle-Lod area were
:. eked.
was worried by th" fate-
jestion' Who would winthe
I of God Halpei in or the
nian Giant Abu Antar
sbe ger '
The odds seemed about even:
. h the Arab was a little fat,
alperin was very angry. 1 could
scape the feeling that jus-
. that is Halperin, would win
.1 Call it telepathy? Proph-
':, who knows?
WHEN WE left our car on the
br"d 'minute hike towards the
ice, we realized that we wro
v tnessing the greater popula-
ti n move since the State was
di dared in 1948.
While the windows of the
tun were tattling to the roar
le myriads who had succeed-
fd in bursting in. outside, the
's praetorian guard were
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In the midst of a national tragedy,
Israel's leading humorist, Ephraim
Kishon, has found the courage to
laugh at the Fighting Rabbi (Hal-
perin) and the Jordanian Giant
(Weissberger).
Kishon
rael. men, women and children.
Punches of sports-lovers trying
to g.t in were hanging on the
gates, practically the whole pop-
ulation of the country plus some
other freaks. Fathers were fight-
ing their sons, brother against
brother, brother-in-law against
brother-in-law.
Here one caught a glimpse of
a lone horse-head belonging to
an animal which in happier times
had carried a policeman: there,
a group of rowdies wearing Uni-
versity of Ohio sweatshirts were
sawing through the iron bars.
It was a picture to remind you
of the assault on Constantinople
by the Sultan's legions, except
that there, there were fewer
Tti ki, and the atmosphere was
earner.
"YOr SEE. son. I said to Rail.
"this is what they call catch-as-
catch-can."
We were standing in front of
date No. 8. which was marked
on our tickets. The drawbridge
was lowered. Inside, in the sta-
dium, the giant second-string:.s
were already demonstrating the
skill and strength exercises pre-
ceding the main course.
"Watch the iittle one."' 1 threw
at Rafi. "Follow me!"
Admittedly. 1 speak with a
Hungarian accent and wear glass-
es, but, if necessary, I can be
quite touch. I elbowed a path
through the seething crowd, as if
I were one of Guderian's Panzer
columns, flattened a number of
gorillas, squashed I don't know
hew many cannibals and. if I am
not mistaken, even liquidated an
Aiab wearing a yarmulke.
WE REACHED the gate at the
end of our tether, but happy.
Facing us was a company of yel-
[ow-shirted ushers and a rein-
forced police force.
"Here," l triumphantly waved
iry invitation.-,, "We've got ti 'k-
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r.'f a ide, l'i- i; i s bloodsl
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that the Tel Aviv Planetarium
appeared b( fore my eyes.
"Not now." a guardian of the
gate shouted, and pushed me
backwards, his paw covering my
face from par to ear.
"Officer." I artpcalrd to a po-
lice sergeant the moment my
face was again uncovered, "what
ehould a man do who has tick-
ets?"
Bang!
THE SERGEANT'S night-stick
descended on my head with a
muted thump. From behind, the
young Turks were pushing me.
while in front of me the r/uard
was loading the Palace cannon.
All right, so I'd gel in by my-
self. I fouehl iik a wounded
i anther, but the numerical nine
riority of the hordes made
fi It: .n a matte'- of seconds I
found m; sell stn tched oul | ant-
ing on si li walk. A :
inspectoi from Jaffa saved me
from certain d ath
"Your tickets are
he remarked as h< li i is d
away from danger. "And now go
home!"
I remarked that 1 had reeeiv d
the invitations from the world
champion in person, whereupon
the Inspector reolied that he'd
look into the matter. 1 could see
that he was pondering whether
to arrest me: but in the end,
under tiie pressure of time, he
decided against taking prisoners.
My kids found me licking my
wounds under heavy guard, and
right away started yellng. Dad
dy. Daddy, buy us tome con.!
THE INSPECTOR checked mj
invitations a?Pin before confis-
cating them for good and asked
run ins fare lighting up. whethei
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1 was by any chance a relative
of the writer. I replied that I was
the writer himself, whereupon
the man stepped closer and threw
at me:
"Sit down here! I'll see wheth-
er I can do something to get you
in liter."
The inspector left, calling
for reinforcements through his
walkie talkie. I sat down on the
sidewalk near Gate 9. It was still
teeming with humanity. Had I not
l< wn that the evening's gate
was earmarked for religious char-
ities. I would have been real
mad at Halperin.
To tell the truth, I wai root-
In a little for Abu Antar I Wei
in rg r), hoping he wouid al leaot
tear off one of Halperin's
But from the roars coming out of
the Palace, I understood that so
far, only the rafters and the um-
pires were breaking down.
"Got a ticket?"
I AM a-ked this question at the
rate of once every five seconds.
Two delinquent youths are lacing
me, practically in tear.*: they've
waiked all the way lr lo see this greatest 'how on earth
and now here they arc out in the
cold.
Someone is offering his bicyi e
for a single ticket, a fully- ro n
S n gale i' i- offering hi nself in
serfdom t r th p ol b -
in.: admit! I pi ic'
has tab I zed al aboul IL100, but
as th. battle of the centurj il
i abot t to start, il jumps to L-
L50.
Sudd nly, evi rj bo '. ru
i,i j tow;<: I gate No 5: a
p] iti .hi of '"j e has ii, n iti d a
h lephone poie and is m w batter-
ing the iron gate with it. The
whole neighborhood is shaking
with the impact The police be-
gin to fail hack. This is what
lh rzl di earned abot't.
"They are simply crazy," a
quiet biond ft Low says, and sits
down n,.\t to me. "Whal the hell
do they find iii this disgusting
circus?"
HE IS only staying on because
they have boxed in his car from
al! sides. He is terribly upset
about the cultural decline of our
count y. It's all iixed anyway, he
claims, a shameful travesty of
sport. He offers 11.175 for a tick-
et.
My sons are denuding their
third cob of corn: their feel
towards Dad aie at best mix I
Somebody glues a transisl r ra-
dio to his ear: maybe a miracle
will occur, and they'll broadcast
something. The golden-hearted
Inspector again ci cles the stad-
ium and signals.
"Not yet. but hang on!"
An hour and something has
; ed, and the sii ge till con-
tinues, Scaling laddei ha c been
propped up again t the walls and
ye.lii g pionei r youth climb up
them, while the defenders pour
boiling oil on their heads. A lone
o.d li totters up to us and in-
qunes what's going on inside!'
The international harp con-
test," Rafi replies politely, clutch-
ing the fourth cob of coi n.
The oldster shrugs his ghoul-
d is: so much excitement just for
that? Personally, I am becoming
: nsfixed to the moon bathed
.sidewalk. The racket inside
seems to announce that the
audience I hin oi gasm.
Halperin is i r ii ing to the mas s
whal i ice of God
and diet cai oduce. He is
squeezing Wei b rfei 's head be-
ll ri- thighs in a d iuble-
and Sunday
pui hi on its way.
The crowd's victory yells ac-
compai I n,y
car. S : c o k strikes
n di i hi v, n urn hi mi lired,
oul i impii', 1} il< jected.
1
THE ivm.I'HOm: rings next
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fa:
'It is my duty bo inform you,"
he inform; me. "that l was mis-
taken last night. Your tickets
were quite val d."
I kepi quiet.
1 chi ik li.' the in*p tor con-
tinued, "it was all my mistake.
Fas: well."
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Miami, Florida Friday, December 14, 1973
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Congregation Presidents To
Receive Citations at Festival
The presidents of Miami con-
gregations which played a major
role In the Israel Bonds campaign
during and after the Yom Kippur
War will receive the "Maccabee
I i Mincate of Honor"' at Sunday's
i hanukah Festival for Israel high-
lighting Israel Bond Maccabee
Month. Milton M. Parson, execu-
tive lirector of the Greater Mi-
ami Israel Bond Organization, has
announced.
ii I's Minister Plenipotentiary
in Washington. Ambassador Mor-
dechai Shalev, will make the pres-
entations at the Chanukah Festi-
val, for their congregations' ex-
ci ptional efforts and service on
behalf of the State of Israel in
helping to sustain the economy
following the costliest war in its
history.
Receiving the Maccabee Certifi-
cate will be Dr. Norman A. Bloom,
young Israel of Greater Miami;
luiis Briklod. Temple Tifereth
Jacob; Hyman Chabner, Beth El
Congregation; Jacob C. Cohen,
Jacob C. Cohen Community Syna-
gogue; Sam Cohen. Beth Raphael;
Dr. Myron Coulton, Temple Or
Olom; David Eisenstein, Kneseth
Israel; Irving Firtel, Hebrew Acad-
emy; George Fish, Temple Beth
Tov; Harold Ginsberg, Ohev Sha-
lom Congregation; and Edward
Goldberg, B'nai Raphael.
Also Henry S. Greenbaum. Beth
Kodcsh Congregation, Moses J.
Grundwerg, Beth Israel Congrega-
tion; Isaac Habif, Sephardic Jew-
ish Center; Maxwell Harris. Tem-
ple Ner Tamid: Murray L. Jaeger,
Auudath Israel; James Knopke.
Temple Beth Sholom; David Rum-
ble, North Bay Village Jewish Cen-
ter; Chester Leiter. Israelite Cen-
AMBASSADOK MORDKHM SHALEV
Congregation; Max Wal'.z-nan.
Temple Adath Yeshurun; and
Paul Weiss, Beth Tfilah.
Performing at the Chanukah
Festival pa>ing special tribute to
all Shomrei Yisrael (purchasers
of S1.0C0 or more in Israel Bonds
.since the outbreak of the Yom Kip-
pur War) will be David Bar-Illan,
Israeli pianist: Erick Friedman,
internationally renowned violin
virtuoso, and Yehuda Hanani.
recognized as one of the world's
great cellists.
Friedman and Hanani will be
accompanied by pianist Theodore
Saidenberg of Hallandale, former
soloist with the Los Angeles Phil
hai monic.
The festive Chanukah M
bee celebration is under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Judy Drucker, direc-
tor of Temple Beth Sholom's Great
Artists Sei ies. Admission is re-
served only for Shomrei Yisrael.
The Explorer Division of the Boy Scouts of America held
their annual news conference luncheon recently for Stu-
dent Council presidents and newspaper editors of bath
Dade and Broward hiqh schools. The luncheon-conference,
sponsored by American Savings <& Loan Association, was
held at American Savinqs' Bayside Auditorium, Alton and
Lincoln Roads, Miami Beach. Participants included (from
left) Morris N. Broad, president of American Savings;
Charles Hoffman executive of Explorer Scouts, and Ralph
Renick, WTVJ-Ch. 4 news director.
Gold Coast Lodge Installation Set
The Gold Coat Lod.ce of B'nai Prominent Miami B-achite My-
B'rith will ild its annual dinner ro-. H. Cohen, apency manager
dance and installation of officers emeritus for T>- Equitable Life
Sunday. v nice Society of 'he United
Among the guests will he Mi'.- vlli hl' '--stalled as presi-
ded (Mrs. Claude) Pepper and dent of the lodge by Rabbi Irving
Miami Beach Mayor Chuck Hall. '" of Te.nple Emanu-EI
ter; Herbert Lelchuk. Beth Moshe |
Congregation; William Mechanic,
Beth Jacob Congregation: Jaime
A. Mitrani, Cuban Sephardic He-
brew Congregation; and Mario
Offner. Temple Tifereth Israel.
Also Harry Pinesick, Temple
Zamora: Arnold P. Rosen, Temple
Israel; Seymour S. Rosen, Beth
To rah Congregation; William
Sanes. Temple Beth Am; Sol
Schreibor, Temple Judea: Kenneth
Schwartz. Temple Sinai; Judge
Herbert S. Shapiro, Temple
Emanu-EI; Norman Sholk. Beth
David Congregation: Robert L.
Siegel. Temple Menorah, Michael
C. Slotnick. Temple Zion; Morris
Sobel. Sky Lake Synagogue; Dr.
Pablo Tachmes, Cuban Hebrew
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75th Christmas
Chanukah Celebration Begins
At Sunset Next Wednesday
South Florida temples will
Chai I the Jewish "Fes-
i val of Lights." bej
down ne I l^' Inesd :
d his-
1 am il n a
II comnn orates o< curred
m 16". B.C'.E.
One of the Hebrew struggles for
ous liberty occurred in the
ol Gr sco :;: i ian em-
peror, Antiochus Eplphanes. Thi
background inspired the tradition
, t the lights,
JWV Post Plans
December Social
Norman Bruce Brown Post No.
174. Jewish War Veterans, will
hold its December social Tuesda>
a) a p.m. at Pythian Hall, 4601 W.
Flagler St.
T;-.e program will feature the
latest film received here from
! irael entitled, "We Are One."
Commander Dora N. Freedman
has announced that Post 174 will
present the monies collected in
i nt drive to aid Israel to the
er Miami Jewish Federation.
i'ast commander Ralph Rosof-
sky, chairman of the Aid to Israel
and Mrs. Rosofsky will spon-
sor the collection for the evening
in honor of then first grandchild,
a grand-daughter. Jill Stacy Cam-
eron, born on Thanksgiving Day.
Beth Tov Chanukah Party
Members of Temple Beth Tov
have invited the Beth Tov Sister-
hood members to a general meet-
ing to be held Thursday, Dec. 20,
at 8 p.m. The evening will feature
a Chanukah party and the lighting
of the second candle of the Me-
norah.-
F >r the Jewish people. Chan-
ukah .-; bolizes tl e victory oi a
[de i] over military and
A handfi
i d i" pres irvi
an cu ture, openlj defied
the overwhelming Syrian power
oppressed Jewish mor
ism and its observance.
Antioi hus ordered thai the tem-
ple in Jerusalem' be used for
I agan practices and that sacrifii
ed there to Greek
[he Jews, under the leadership
of Judas Maccabeus, rebelled and
recoi quen d Jerusalem, ex-
. the Syrians and purified
! t<
Accotding to Ic send, all the oil
for the hoi) lamps of the temple
had been defiled by pagan wor-
shippers. Only one untouched
flagon of oil was found, sealed and
hidden away. The oil, which was
h to ia=t lor only one day.
miraculously lasted for eight days.
Chanukah is ci lebrated by Jew.;
where by lighting candles
ivery night of the hoi I
ginning with one the first night,
and two on the second night, until
finally on the eighth night, eight
blaze in the Chanukah
menorah or candelabrum.
This progression is also a symbol
of Judaism's belief in the gradual
ase of intellectual light and
low, steady victory of spirit-
ual enlightenment over darkness.
The holiday is observed with spe-
cial services, prayers and hymns
n houses of worship, schools and
homes. Chanukah is especially for
children: games are played, a spe-
cial Chanukah top called "dreidel"
is spun and children receive pres-
ents of "gelt" (money) on the
fourth day of the holiday. Special
pancakes called "latkes" are tradi-
tional food for Chanukah.
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Federation Helps To Launch
Tay-Sachs Testing Program
South Dade Hebrew Academy Plans
|,s Sl.ola.ship Ball Sunday, Dec; M)
Tay-Sachs disease, a brutal killer
o: infanta kmj times more commor
among Jewi.-h children than among
t'li general population, is an in
i Hiked genetic disotder which
causes the progres ive dcyeneia
I.on and destruction of the nervous j
S} -'I'm.
There is no treatment or cure i
tin i"a\ Sachs, and any child born I
v.'ith the disorder v. ill die within i
iii'i'c to four years.
The -iciiclic mutation wheh re-
sulted In the Tay-Sachs gene prob-
. lij il.ites back more than 600
\iars to the Jewish ghettoes ol
Eastern Europe, it was proliferated
through the generations, and
1 rough) to America in targe num-
orinal amount of tlie enzyme ii
ic sample. The carriers regttia
odil\ functions wi.l not be di
ipted but two carriers ma;
roduce child hi whom th
neyme is total;. abtent, a cond
ion which is untreatsble an>
..tal.
Federation and Mount Sinai
iave been cooperating with ih<
iniversity to mobilize volunteers,
i) provide the necessary commu-
nity-wide education, and to co
iitUaate efforts in making Great-
r Miami s Tav Sachs disease t"-t
ie program completely effective.
iials.
The program is administered b>
I" r- with the mass immigration i steering commttee composed ol
from Eastern Europe in the late
19th and early 20th centuries.
Today approximately fine in 30
Ameiican Jews of Ashkenazic
(Eastern European) descent is a
iairier of the Tay-Sachs gene,
In the Greater Miami area it is
estimated that there are nearly
50 0 rofessional, religious and lay peo
>le. The committee is concerned
with setting up guidelines for the
education and testing ol individ-
An education committee is
mobilizing community resources to
teach .iil concerned individuals
ibout the risks of the disease
iin- program's p.oiessionai ad
i a mg age, or this reason, the visory board, made up ol physi-
i ; i VI ami Jewish Federatioi ians and scientists from the uni
and Mount Sinai Hospital and
ical <'. ntei are cooperating
(he University of Miami De-
i a tie in of Pediatrics and the
'. .i nan Cent) r for Child Develop
i >n1 ii organizing a community
w!d( Tay-Sachs Uiseasi Tcstinj
am.
II ,n : .1 thi Taj Sachi i i
a klcmilled, ii is now possibl
11* j c ii ;li i elng to avoid
; iv'cu nee of the disease en-
I
Sach.< i i .i rc< osi ive genetic
ii both parents aic cat
. is oi the i rj Sachs gene, thert
i- a 2". per cent chance thai anj I
child thej produce will be a lay- j
Sachs i hi d
I ho n: in der brings about the
ol an pnz> tm necessary t<
human b idj The enz>m i
i. i br ..I dov n fatlj suh
u it! in the brain and ol ic
i, dj ii ue-. li the enzjme is ab |
.. in Taj -Sach i idn
i ..lines v.-iil net b< in ik
. and i he t is ues v. ,11 b
. ua I) .-'' othci i d,
nee 1971 I has b n possibli
niea-t the an ount if i nzyn.i
luin i !n id sample, An
i ol '' a,\ Sachs i- easi!
idenl bli. bi can >o he or sin- wi
havt oniy 50 per cent of th*
,'ersity's School Of Medicine, wi!
ue involved in actual testing oi
load samples and in keiiciii
unseling when both parents an
airier.
During the past two months, a
.vide-scale community education
irocess has been taking place.
rained volunteers Irom di./in
i ii ganizations, synagogues an<
icncies will address groups in a. (
rts of Dade Count} on Iho facl
ii d imp! cation- of Tay Sachs, ;. ,
fil a< the procedures involved ii
sting,
Teslisg ci ntcrs will be mad. i
erati\ e at veral locat'on
.ithin the majot Jewish pi
on a nterj ol Voi ui Dade, Soutl
lade, Miami Beach and Hou}
Aood. The Hrsl testing will take
...ii tlv. A MIlQ O di v ..!'.*. Uk..
iil ill ."v.mil UttUti.
iii order to leac". the neat'ij
.(.uni nuii\klual who thaj be a.
,,-,:, *.!.., Count) tcat.ng wil
mtinue on a large scale through
ul 1974 and 1975. Mouni Sina
i ,d Ci nti !' and the Manilla.
cnt r will be established as once
week testing cente f ir the on
'linu effort necessar) t<> eliminate
.1 llv
Once a major portion ol th
tarried population of child bea
a a"e ha, been tested, it is hoped
iat se nients oi the singl pop
ation can be te ted as well. An<
ith Tay-Sachs detection in |
ration throughout Dade Count)
is anticipated that facilities wil
i capable of testing individual
om a:I parts ol Eiorida throusi
ooperation with physicians it
her parts of the slate.
Dr Paul M. locci oi the I ni
r.-ity of Miami Biochemical
snetic Laborato y la director o
icater Miami's Tay-Sachs diseail
stiiv; program. He has assembled '
ie support of the National l-'oun !
ation of Birth Defects t March of j
times), the National Council ol
fewish Women, and numerous
} ther community Drganiations to
| ielp put the testing into effect
hrOUghout Greater Miami. The
ederation is coordinating all the
.immunity effort! for the most el
iective testing prog,am possible.
Tin- program is similar to other?
., v being activated in Jewish com
muni ties throughoul the Unit d
sale-, a- well as in Israel. Ii
iider to make ri tun es availab <
for testing on a national scale. Con-
..le-snun Louis Frcy and Wi.liam
hman ol Florida will soon bring
ie "National Tay-Sachs Di i*
creening and Counseling Act" In
ore ( ong ess.
\ parallel mea uro is b ing
ponsored in the U.S. Senate b)
ens. Lawton Chiles and Edward
iurne: ol Florida and Si n Jac
i"avits of Ni w Vork,
With community education al-
ready under way. ami 1
, hedulcd to begin early in 1974
the Jewish community ol Gre iti r
Miami has united lo take thi inil a
ive .oward detei tin) the presem e
ray-Sachs dieae wherever il
\i.-t-.
With the coordinated efforts of
he G i. i. r Vliami Jewish Fed i
ion. Mount Sinai Mi dical < enter,
ic University of Miami, the M-iil
-an Center for Child Develw
cnt, and dozens of conci
nunil ixatinn, this bra-
il 1:ii.tr nt infants will be el'm-
ia'( d.
The South Dade Hebrew Acad
mv wi.l hod its annual MM*}
iiP hi. I !>" j ;"'; "'
:, at the Ede Roc Hotel.
Guest ol honor wi 1 be Wayn<
al-,s.. WCKT newscastar. An-
iounccmenl of his acceptance was
ade by Dr. Melvyn Greenstein,
,-esidenl ol the South Dade He-
.row Academy, which is located
. ,,. VWHA, BSOO SW ml. St.
nd is a beneficial) agenc) oi th.
;,eal r Miami Jewish Federation
Mr. Fa i now In his 16th yea.
,i the station's featured ancho
an at 6 and ii pjn., has eontrib
ted significantly to news pro
ramming that has won many
,;,, national and reamna
wards for Ch. 7 News, incluling
he coveted Peabody Award. Mate
ial gathered during his recent
Middle Ea t assignment in Inel
where ho was fired in on by Syriar.
forces in the war torn Golan
Hiights a.ea. was shown Sunday
:n a WCKT special.
Iniormation and reservations
may be secured at the SoutlLDade
,),!, IcadAii
M. Jay Berliner
In Washington
For JWY Meet
Department of Flotida comman-
derM -lay Berliner announced
that he will attend meetings of the
national executive and policy
I committees of the Jewish War Vet-
erans at the LTSnfanl Plaza Hotel
in Washington Ave. Friday and
Saturday.
Included in the contingent front
Florida are Maurice Weinman.
commander of JWV's 4th region
and Miami Beach Post 330; Irvir
Steinberg andMichael Schechter.
NEC members: Arthur A. Sclevan.
national adjutant: and Leo Slach-
ter. national chief of aUff.
JWV national eommander Is
Ainslee R.Ferdie who will preside
at the policy committee meeting.
Wholesale Diitrioutors et
Federation's vice prasidan'
Harry B. Smith Wft3 ta an
nounce (he launching cf a com
muniiy-wids effort for the te"
i::;j and detection c! Tay-Sachr
disease in a nws conference
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UJA Raises Record Sum as 'Joint' Tallies
$30 Million-Plus Bucket for '74
NEW YORK (WNS) The
1974 United Jewish Appeal cam
paign which was started after the
outbreak of the Yom Kippur War,
has already raised more money
than in any prior complete cam-
paign UJA general chairman Paul
Zuckerman told 2,000 American
Jewish leaders at the 1974 UJA
national conference here.
He said this wa* an achievement
unparalleled in American philan-
ihropy,
Zl ( HERMAN SAID American
I, 's have a mission "to assure not
only the survival of the people of
[srael, but to guarantee them and
lion for humanitarian needs."
Avraham Harman. president of
Hebiew University, told the gath-
ering that, "The American Jewish
community is part and parcel of
the voluntary mobilization of the
satire Jewish people."Harman, a
former Israeli ambassador to the
United States, declared that. "To-
gether we shall ensure that Israeli
freedom, because our will and need
to survive is much stronger than
the will and the need for our en-
emies to destroy us."
At an earlier meeting of the
Joint Distribution Committee here,
it was determined that the JDC
of people who will be assisted by
.IDC in 1974 to about 400.000 all
combine to increase the financial
requirements of JDC."
THE BUDGET, which was
adopted by the Jewish community
leaders from the United States and
Canada, was later submitted to the
the budget to some 400 delegate*
attending the JDC's 59th annual
meeting at the New York Hilton
Hotel that, "Continued inflation,
the effect of the devaluation of the ; annual meeting of the United Jew-
American dollar on the locaf cur-' "*h Appeal, also at the Hilton Hotel
rencies in areas of JDC operation.' UJA provides 90 per cent ot
and the increase in the number JDC's funds.
In his Report for 1973 and the
Budgetary Needs for 1974. Haber
pointed out there are "many intan-
gibles" in estimating the 1974
budgetary requirements.
"Changes have been necessitated
and additional changes will have
to be made as the consequence of
the (Yom Kippur) war become
more apparent, as the political and
social climate changes, not only
in Israel but also in the North Af-
rican countries and to some extent
in Europe," Haber stressed.
He added that this means that
the 1974 budget may have to be
revised.
those who will come in future will need $30.4 million as a mini-
ars a life free from the fear of mum budget for 1974 compared to
, the S29.6 million spent in 1973.
He said the mission will be met Samuel L. Haber, JDC executive
|)\ meeting the goal of $750 mil- vice chairman, said in submitting
Sidney Poland To Be Feted
In Baltimore Saturday Night
radually retired from
business scene in re-
The Maryland Committee for land has
Israel Bonds will lender a farewell that city's
- lute to its general chairman. Sid- cent months, gelling his interests
Poland Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
in
Sagner Auditorium of B>'tli Tfi-
Baltimore.
klr Poland, well known business
. immunal leader, will be the

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black tie
ent in recognition of his OUt-
ni and distinguished service
State ot Israel and the Jevi
in Poland Brothers and
perial Packaging Corp.
Mr. Poland and hi-- wife have
puichased a home in Miami Beach
and he plans to devote his time
to philanthropic endeavo But he
e he Iris no intention of si wr-
ing his ties with his home city.
Besides his many friends in Mary-
land, he has a daughter living in
Washingtonwhich will enco
him to k< ep in close t iu h
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ish people.
Mr, Poland will receive the Sil-
ver Anniversary Award on this oc-
casion, which marks the official
culmination of Israel Bonds cele-
bration of Israel's 25th anniver-
sary. Previous recipients of the
award include Sam Hothberg and
Jack VYeiler.
Through his forceful and crea-
tive leadership in the Israel Bond
program, Mr. Poland has helped
to strengthen Israel's economic
foundations for a future of free-
dom and security.
The salute to Mr. Poland will
pay tribute to his dynamic and
indefatigable efforts during his
two-year term as general chair-
man.
Through his leadership the
Maryland Bond campaign has es-
calate.: from a S4 million cash
position-to more than >!(> million
in cash for 1973.
In !'J72, the Maryland Bond
campaign led the entire nation by
having the greatest percentage of
increase in sales.
Mr. Poland was among the 42
American community leaders who
recently returned from Israel after
attending urgent discussions with
Cabinet and Government officials.
Mr. Poland has participated in
several vital conferences in Israel
during his term as general chair-
man. He is a frequent visitor to
Israel and is thoroughly familiar
with every Facet ot the country's
economic requirements.
A native of Baltimore, Mr. Po-
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kah. The Friedman; are markins
i.cii 50ta anniversary, and many
. mi Mi- :v i >.i> < ,i Nat, a pas) !;-i.-m f the 100
Lincoln Road Men- Social Club.
presently serving u- i ntertain
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12 minutes. Tender, freshly
cooked spaghetti. Lav-
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seasoned and home-style
thick. Then topped with
zippy grated cheese,
u-m-m. Grandissimo ta'am!
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I n ticket chairmen; Mr. and
i.- i ado S. fe Mr, and Mrs.
Nat Sachs, Mr. and Mrs, Ted Ki
liat, Mr. and Mrs, Harrj Scvilc,
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Goldman, Mr.
ii Mrs Phil Canti r, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Berg, Ida Cooper and Ida
Rubin.
Hadauah, Women's League for
,'.'<' I, Mizrachi, Pioneer Women
and the 100 Lincoln Road Social
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1 is dinner a gala event.
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Dr. Mau lee S. Sage, nati inal
resident, in a statement aleitins
HI Rgi inal Mizrachi branchi in >
the United States, called attention;
t-> the all out Israeli war effort
for survival and the resulting lack
oi funds m maintain Mlzrachi's
Total) Education program for Is-
raeli youth.
Ai present Mizrachi sponsors 54 c
Ye-.hi\otli. 29 vocational training
schools, 98 agricultural settle-
ments, Bar Han University, and |
a host of welfare institutions in
Israel.
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At the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center in Jru
salem, Mr. end Mrs. Israel Lutsky, cf Miami Beach, stand
next to a picture taken during the Ycm Kippui War show-
ing wounded soldiers bsir.g rushed from helicopter to am-
bulance and into the Hadassah Hospital where teams cf
surgeons awaited them. Mr. and Mrs. Lvls' toured Israel as members of the Second Hadas'iah Board
Orientation Tour.
Beach Hadassah Leader
Briefed at Hebrew University
Mr. and Mrs. I-nic! Lutsky, of
:-t>04 Pennsylvania Avc., Miami
Beach, were member* of the 67-
Miong Second Hadassah Board
of the United States whit li came
to Israel on a fact-finding mission
,n November. Mrs. Luiky is re-
cording secretary of the Beach'
Chapter of Hadassah.
On arrival in Jerusalem, the
proup visited the Hadassah-He-
drew University Medical Center to
see wounded soldiers in the hos-
oital and to he briefed on the new
techniques used by Hadassah in
dealing with injuries sustained in
the Yom Kippur War.
Tbcic new methods were de-
veloped as a result of experience
Hadassah gained in treating many
wounded during the 1967 Six Day
War and from the American ex-
pedience in Vietnam.
During a visit to the- soldi-is in
the wards, Mr. and Mrs. Lutsky
were gratified by the high morale
and good spirits of the wounded.
"We went to them to cheer
hem up. but instead, they ehi 'red
is ui).'" said Mrs. Lucky. "'II ivaf
'cartrending, j i .it the same time
i!o>t inspiring."
Ho mo Auxiliary
Meeting Tuesday
Greater Miami Jewish Home and
lospital for the Aged at Dougla
"laidons will hold it- monthly
uncheon meeting a; the Delan:
Ioh I m xt Tuesdav noon.
Mis. Lawrence Siiverman. presi-
lent of the Auxiliary, will wel
.omc guests.
Musical prog a.- has been ar-
ranged by program chairman, Mrs.
Louis Makovsky.
Morton Reid will present Val
Olman, violinist; Eddie Green,
pianLt: and BudC: Boyer, popu ar
singing star.
ResciNations nui-l be made in
idvance by calling Anne Tanen-
i.Mim Henn.v Jafiee or Rose Roth,
Criminal Justice
Seminars To Be
Presented By U-M
A series of three criminal jus
lice seminars will be presented by
the University of Miami this win
tor, with the aim of Improving the
1 ''i of communications amrwc
police, prosecutors, public defend
"X and other court-related per
sons.
'I ile seminars are scheduled for
Dec. 20. Jan. 18, and Feb. 13. at
li D iponI Plaza Hold. Miami.
Dr. Seymour Go'ber director ol
the Criminal Justice Program ol
U Ms Center for Urban and Re
jional studies, will conduct the
envnars in cooneration with the
Southeast Criminal Justice Insti-
tute of Miami Dade Community
College.
Designed as training vhicles fo1
. ill components of the criminal jus
ice system, the three procram-
\i 1 (over tiv tchniques of a.lmn
tiative case-flow mans ement
?he pur'')-.'.- and use of forensi'
md other expert witnesses, and
he ctirrcnl status of the obrcenitj
md pornography controversy.
The Dec. 2" seminar will DC OH
ihscenity and pornography; Jan.
Mi. tcst'inony if expert witnesses;
''(!\ 13, case management.
Cn-snonsored with U-M's School
of Continuing studies, the semi
nars will run from 9 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. Further information is avail-
able through Dr. G( Ibei or the
-eminar coordinator, Michael Vav
rek.
Hebrew Educators Alliance Plans
(Ihaaukah Celebration Wednesday
The Hebn Educators Alhanci
,\i i hold iis annual Chanukal
.e.eb alum V. uuu^day at p.m.
,li -. Gladys Diamond, chairman ol
he evening announced. K will b
,ed al the JcwUh Fed< ration
IJg., 4200 Biscaync Bivd.
Rabbi Shimon Azulay, past pre.-.
lent, will kindle the first light 01
hanukah and will explain th.
elevancy ol the past to the pro*
nt. Zaiuna Sukenik, president
,-ill conduct a short adniinislra
Ive meeting.
Many noted artist3 will perform
at the t achers' celebration, In
eluding two outstanding cantor-
ol the area. Cantor Ian Alporn Ol
Temple Adath Yeshurun and Can
tor Jacob Mendelson of Beth Torah
i ongrcgation. who have been ap
pearing locally on television and
.it various functions. Mrs. A; alt
Goldhammcr, "halH" artist, whl
render several selections on the
halll."
Dior Zadok, who flew to Israel
t the outbreak <>i the Vom Kip-
>ur War and saw action at the
Suez 'anal, wi 1 report on his
three weeks there. Dr. Matthew
Aickerinan will give an eyewil
ness report ol his recent visit to
I rail (hanukah refreshments
..ill follow the program.
At fie last meeting, Mrs. Zah iva
uktn.k of the Hebrew Academj
vas recleited president. Serving
with her will be Mrs. Gladys
Wayne fariss
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RABBI DR. DAVID LEHRFIELD
Thursday evening, December 20,1973
6:30 o'clock
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Miami Beach, Florida
n a
>ii nond of Temple Adath Yesli
mi and Shoioin Epclbaum "i
.in. mm I i. I. vice pre id "lit-:
tiu.a li- n David of Temp.c B< I i
..ilini. secretary; and-Mrs. Ida
uii h of Ti m i Zion i.'ea
Honorary life presidents are
(abbi Shimon Azulay and \ia\ i
'rcedman.
The execute c coi >i iit> e in-
udes Mlcha 1 Asli!).i!. Ml
Jmwitl, Ziva Bar Navon, Ben
.'on Cohen, Maatouck Gab.si, u- i
)i S. Mandi Icorn and lio .'I I
Seidel.
Irving Newman Chairing
Israel Affairs Committee
Beth To. all Congregation, al t'
equesl of the United Synagogue
f Am 'I'M. has tonne I an Israel
Vffairs Committee, chaired by
'rving Newman, "to help Israel -,
his time ol crisis."
Cou-se of action suggested l>\
he committee includes letters and
j i.uns sent to senators and
:ongrcsmen who have not sup
ported I-rail as well as lo those
'A ho have: an Israel; product edu-
ation program to help lara I
conomicaliy, which will show
where Israeli products can be
ii'ii siil and in general, an all out
publicity program in the commu-
' y
Hadassah To Cite
Wayne Karris For
Report On War
The Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah will present a citation lo
Wayne Fariss of WCKT-TV, Ch.
7, Monday at
1 p.m. in the
Algiers Hotel, in
appreciation for
his fine report
ing on events in
Israel dtnlng
tie Y.m Kipour
War, Mrs. Km
anuel Merit/
president oJ the
Chapter, an-
nounced.
Following tin-
presentation wi'l
be the second of a series of hook
reviews. Mis. Edltu Geiger will
review the book "like a Song.
Like A Dream" by Alia Rusinek.
Proceeds from the series are
used for the Hadassah Israel Edu-
ai'on Services which mnwvt the
Seligsberg Brandeis Comprehen-
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Community College in Jerusalem.
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Friday. December U. 1973
Mrs. Donald Gelles Named To
Be Recipient of JWB Award
Mrs. Ronald Gelles has been
named as this year's recipient of
the Young Leadership Recognition
Award by the National Jewish
"Welfare Board, Stanley R. Gilbert,
president of the Jewish Commu-
flity Centers of South Florida, has
announced.
.Mrs. Gelles will be among those
yming Jewish leaders from across
the nation to be honored at the
Biennial Convention in Cleveland,
Otiio, April 24-28.
These individuals are cited for
1:1 .1 leadership in the community
and i:i local Jewish Community
Centers and in recognition of their
potential for further leadership.
Mrs. Gelles has been a member .
if the board of directors of the
YM YWHA of Greater Miami, a
part of the Jewish Community
| Centers of South Florida, for the
| ,>ast three years. She is presentfy
i die financial secretary to the
iboaid and chairman o: the YMHA
, Program Committee.
The former PTA chairman of
the YMHA Early Childhood De-
\ vilopment Program, Mrs. Gelles
iias been a part of the young lead-
ership of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation for many years.
She has served as program chair-
man of the South Dade Women's
Division and is presently involved
,r. leading her committee in a
tudy of tne North Miami Beach
omrr.unity prior tJ establishing a l
rogram leading to a new Jewish
Community Center Building in
orth Miami Beach.
MB Hadassah Groups Hold
Founder's Day Luncheons
Jetfery f remark and Julie Miller
August Nuptials
For Julie Miller
J. P. Freimark
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Miller an-
noun'p the engagement of their
daughter Julie to Jeffrey Philip
Freimark.
I.ie future bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
, Freimark.
The b ide-tobe is in the 1974
graduating class at Norland Sen-
ior High School. Her fiance, a
graduate of Noiland Senior High
School, is presently attending the
, University of Miami.
An August wedding is planned
for the couple.
Mrs. Ronald Gelles is conqralulated by Stanley R. Gilbert,
president of the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami, and Myron
A. Berezin, executive director, on beinq named as recipient
of the National Jewish Welfare Board's Young Leadership
Award.
'V Plans Variety
Of Celebrations
A variety of Chanukah celebra-
tions are being planned at the YM- I
YWHA of Greater Miami, a part
of the Jewish Community Centers
of South Florida.
A Family Chanukah Carnival
will take place at the Y, 8500 SW i
8th St.. from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.. Sun- j
day. There will be booths, food,
music, games, prizes, special Chan-
ikah plays something for the en-
ire family. Tickets are available
at the door.
In addition, the Y Women will
. open the Thrift Shop and Chan-
ukah Gilt Shop.
Wednesday from 2 p.m. to 5:30
p.m. there will be a special Chil-
dren's Chanukah Party for chil-
! dren, nursery school through 6th
grades. The party will feature
Cnaiuikah games, singing, dancing,
refreshments and a Chanukah
Decorating Wor=hop.
At 5:30 p.m.. parents and friends
aie invited to join in the lighting
I of the Y's Outdoor Menorah. Tra-
ditional latkcs and applesauce will
. be served.
The Miami B.ach Chapter of
Hadassah has scheduled a board
meeting for Monday at 10:15 a.m.
At 12:30 p.m., the chapter's sec-
ond book review will feature Mrs.
Edith Geigcr. Also on the program
will be a citation to be presented
to Wayne Farias, Channel 7 news-
caster, for his "outstanding report
on his recent visit to the Hadassah
Hospital in Jerusalem." Both func-
tions will be held at the Algiers
Hotel.
Chapter group meetings include:
Morton Towers which will have its
Founder's Day luncheon at the
Deauville Hotel Sunday at noon.
The Mark 111 Combo will enter-
tain. Mrs. Bobby Indig is program
chairman. Mrs. Philip lloutz will
preside,
Royal Maccabees Group will
, meet at the Financial Federal, 755
Washington Ave. Monday at 7 p.m.
A chanukah party is planned, with
Sam HeifetZ, soloist, Helen Skol-
j nick, pianist, and the Rose Silver-
) man dancers. Mrs. Irene Birnbaum
will preside. The group will have
its HMO luncheon at the Algiers
1 Hotel Sunday at noon. Rabbi David
: Raab, of Temple Beth Raphael.
! will be guest speaker. Mrs. Harry
Lewis will be chairman of the day.
1 cochairman Mrs. Geri Gingold.
Mrs. Irene Birr.baum will preside.
Sophie Tucker Group will have
a Las Vegas night at Coastal Tow-
ers, 400 Kings' Point Dr.. Sunday
al 7 d.iii. Proceeds will be used for
the Medical Hospital Organization.
(HMO). Mrs. Leo Poddcn will pre-
side.
Emma Lazarus Group will ob-
serve Founder's day at the Eden
Roc Hotel Tuesday at noon. A
kosher luncheon and gala enter-
tainment is planned. R'/s. Henriet-
ta Fine will preside.
Triton Towers will observe
founder's day with a Chanukah
party and musical fashion show at
Triton Hall Tuesday at 12:30 p.m.
Mac Carson is program chairman.
Mrs. Morris Winawer will preside.
Lincoln Group Founder's day
luncheon will be held at the Deau-
ville Hotel Tuesday at' noon. Mix
Emanuel Mentz, president of the
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah,
will be guest speaker, and Fayc
Yarrow chairman of theday.
S. S. Wise Group will observe
Founder's day with a luncheon at
he Eden Roc Hotel Tuesday at
noon.
Shaloma Group will celebrate
Founder's day with a luncheon at
the Algiers Hotel Tuesday at noon.
Mrs. Lee Goldman will present a
cantata. Mrs. Joseph Rappaport i-
program chairman. Mrs Anna
Stone will preside.
Forte Towers (iroup will observe
Founder's day with a luncheon at
the Eden Roc Wednesday at noon.
Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, president of
the Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah, will be guest speaker.
Mrs. Jules Lessem is president.
Golda Melr Group will have its
HMO luncheon at the Dorai Hotel
Wednesday at noon. Mrs. Sherman
Fast, former president of the Mi
ami Beach Chapter of Hadassah,
will be guest speaker. Mrs. Sima
Braun and Mrs. Davida Coleman
ure cochairmen. Mrs. Aaron Sha-
piro will preside. Elza Zigler,
soprano, will ofler a program ol
,ongs with Helen Skolnik at the
piano.
Eddie Cantor Group luncheon at
the Fontainebleau Hotel Thurs-
day, Dec. 20 at noon. Mrs. Ada
Soling will be honored for "out-
tanding philanthropy." The en-
tertainment will be furnished by-
Napoleon Reed and Son. Mr.- Jean-
ne Krasner will preside.
Plaza 800 Group luncheon at the
Eden Roc Hotel Thursday. Dec. 20
al noon. Mrs. Herman Feinbeig,
area vice president of the Miami
Beach Chapter of Hadassah. will
he guest speaker. Proceeds of this
gala affair will benefit the Hospital
and Medical Organization in Israel.
Mrs. Max Landau will preside.
Arlene Segal (left) and Tanya Goldbach are serving as
chairmen of the Barbara Haven Biscayne Cancer Leaoue
dinner-dance and fashion theatre performance Saturday
evening at the Playboy Plaza Hotel, beginning at 7 p.m.
Clothing provided by Fifth Avenue and The Rogue Euro-
pean Men's Shop will be featured; the script is an original
by the two chairmen.
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Mrs. Alfred Stone national vice
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Maurice Ferre which will be
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Studeut Artists Invited To Enter January Festival
high and senior high ?chno! stu-
icnts may submit work in four
categories:
1) Painting-oil, acrylic, water
The YM/YWHA of Greater Mi-
dni, a part of the Jewish Commu-
rity Centers of South Florida, will
30id a January Art Festival for
umor and senior high school stu- color.
tents at Uie "Y," 8500 SW 8th St. 2) Cra!t?-maerame, weaving pot-
Students' art work will be judged,
displayed and sold at the Art
festival, Sunday, Jan. 6. Junior
teiy, batik, tie dye, candles,
etc.
3) Sculpture-metal, plastic, plas-
ter, ceramic, wire, natural.
4) Drawings-pencil, ink, crayon,
charcoal.
U.S. Savings Bonds and gift cer-,
liiicaies wnl be given in both di-
visions. Judges will be Charles
Bernstein, instructor with Lindsey
Hopkins Adult Center; Jimmy Diaz
of the Continuum Gallery, Miami
Beacn, and Dan Alexander, instruc-
tor at Horizon School.
Students desiiing to enter their
work may cail haneen Bertisch,
Teen Supervisor at the "Y," foi ,
entry forma. All entries must be |
in by Dec. 30.
To commemorate Human Rights Day, women from Jewish
and non-Jewish organizations in Dade and Broward Coun-
lies signed a "Declaration en Human Rights" pledging con-
tinued support lor Soviet Jewry which highlighted the "Worn
en's Plea for Human Rights for Soviet Jewry" rally Dec. 10
jn Temple Israel. Seen here signing the declaration are
(left to right) Maraie Sandford, South Florida Conference on
Soviet Jewry; Rose Gordon, City of Miami Commissioner;
Ann Tabb, Protestant member of the Panel of American
Women, and Rachel Abramowitz.
Pallot To Speak At Lodge
Breakfast Sunday, Dec. 23
Ellison Kosotf, president oi
Freedom Lodge. B'nai is'rith, has
announced that E. Albert Pallot.
Miami Beach civic leader and
banker, will be guest speaker at
the 10 a.m. Sunday, Dee. 23, mem
1 bership breakfast in Harbor Mouse
South Restaurant, 10275 Collins
I Ave.
Pallot. a former international
ilie president of B'nai B'rith, is
currently chairman of the Nation-
al Commi-.sion on Community and
Veterans' Affairs. Topic of his
address will be "How a Service
Organization Reacts to a National
Crisis."
Accepting the first place award in the Association of Florida
Hospital Auxiliaries' annual newsletter competition is Mrs.
Alice Ruby, president of Mount Sinoi Medical Center Aux-
iliary. She received a plaque from Mis. Fay Carpenter,
deft) chairman of the Newsletter Award of the AFHA, at the
annual meeting of the auxiliaries in Buena Vista recently.
The newsletters were judged by public relations profession-
als from the Orlando area on a 30-point basis. Mount Sinai
Auxiliary received 27 of a possible 30 points.
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2'j cups (instant) mashed potatoes
;i cup melted parve margarine
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I lb. carrots (peeled and diced)
'i cup parve margarine
1 small onion (chopped)
1 iar (15 oz.) Mott's Apple Sauce
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'. tsp. salt
U Up. cinnamon
'. tip. nutmeg
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coffee will have a just-right con-
sistency.
What's more, Brim is made from
choice Colombian coffee beans
The happy result a mellow-ripe
flavor your guests will rave about'
Put Brim on YOUR holiday shop
33rd SEASON 1973-74
0PKH7I (H III il)
OF GREATER MIAMI
PROUDLY PRESENTS
FOUR OUTSTANDING PRODUCTIONS

Friday, December 14, l'3f3 _- f
(rin ,
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Gourmet Desserts
Sweeten Holiday
caiaer
at colder we love you
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and reservations phone:
Brouard: 52 I 11/1, DaoV:
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633-4016. Located al
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Surrv, nunnruiidrr IH.ulmiiit'u'.
Everj' daj 's a holiday hen you .
'ii joy the famous taste and velvety I
texture ol Philadelohia Brand
"ream Cheese whelher on a
najiel, muffin, or you name it!
Now, to sweeten 1974 right from.
the start, treat your family and'
friends to one or both of these |
superb desserts. Both naturally de-',
[lend on Philadelphia Brand Cream :
Cheese for their richness and
flavor. Every bite an epicure's
lelight!
niCII RUGELACH
2 cups flour
1 lb. Philadelphia Brand Cream
Cheese
'a lb. butter
2 tbs. cinnamon
6 tbs. sugar
' cup chopped walnuts
': cup chopped raisins *
Mash together flour, cheese and
butter, till well mixed. Wrap in
wax paper. Leave overnight in re
frigerator. Roll out dough on;
floured board about one-quarter
inch thick, a little at a time. Cut'
'n medium round circles, rolling
nit each once again. Fill each with
spoonful of mixture of sugar, cin-:
namon, nuts and raisins. Roll to
gether like a jelly roll, then curve ;
into crescent shape. Bake at 375
on undressed cookie sheet, till
THE INCOMPARABLE
*
JAN PEERCE
Sings Your Favorites
WITH AN ALL STAR CAST
THE MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
Sat. &Sun., Dec. 22, 23, 1973, 8:30 p.m.
TWO NIGHTS ONLY
Donation: $3.50, $4.50, $5.50, $6.50, $7.50
All Seats Reserved
Tickets available at box office auditorium or
ticketron location in all Sears, Jefferson Stores
and The Allegro Music House, Coral Gables
nicely browned. Sprinkle with-pow
Jeied sugar when cooled.
CREAMY CHEESE CAKE
1 lb. Philadelphia Brand Cream
cheese
% pkg. zwieback
4 tb.s. melted butter
8 tbs. sugar
% cup sifted flour
1 tsp. vanilla
i tsp. salt
1 tbs. lemon juice
4 eggs (separated)
I cup heavy sweet for sour)
cream
Crust: Roll zwieback into crumbs
with rolling pin. Mix with melted
butter and one tablespoon sugar
to make crust. Press this crumb
mixture on bottom of greased
metal pan, 9" diameter (Or this,
size spring form.)
Filling: Cream the cheese with
vanilla, flour, salt and three table-
spoons of the sugar, t'll fluffy. Beat
egg yolks, add to cheese mix. heat
thoroughly. Blend in lemon juice,
then cream. Beat egg whites al-
moat stiff, add rest of sugar, beat
stiff. Fold into cheese mix.
Pour filling into crust. Bake in
325 oven one-and-one-half hours
till set in center. Cool in open oven,
then refrieerate before serving
fwelvc good portions.
Mixrachi Chanukah fete
Aviva Chapter of Mizrachi Wom-
en is holding its Chanukah-.Mother-
in-Israel meeting Monday at 1
p.m. inthe First Federal at 2750
SW 22nd St. Fannie April is presi-
dent.
CARLO BERGONZI
ftttoma
chenteB
V GIORDANO 'IN ITALIAN)
Starring
GILD* CRUZ ROMO CARLO BERGONZI
MAUEO MANUGUERRA
Mon&Sat.January21 8,26.1974
Dade County Auditorium
Wednesday. January 23. 1974
Miami Beach Auditorium
JOAN SUTHERLAND
di fcammermoor
r DONIZETTI 'IN ITALIAN)
Starring
JOAN SUTHERLAND. JOHN ALEXANDER
CORNELIS OPTHOE, JAMES MORRIS
RICHARD BONYNGE. Guesl Conductor
Sat 8. Sat, February 9 & 16 1974
Dado County Auditorium
Wednesday. February 13. 1974
Miami Beach Auditorium
LOUISE RUSSELL
Crucible
BT ROICRT WARD 'in ENGLISH)
Starring
LOUISE RUSSELL. BEVERLY WOLfF
CHESTERLUDGIN. ARNOLD VOKETAITJS
Mon 8. Sat, March 11 & 16.1974
Dade County Auditorium
Wednesday. March 13, 1974
Miami Beach Auditorium
NICOLAI GEDDA
T*eahju's/fers
BV ailCT (IN FRENCH)
Stirring
EVELYN MANOAC. NICOLAI GEOOA
DOMINIC COSSA. JUSTINO DIAZ
Mon & Sat, April 1 & 6. 1974
Dade County Auditorium
Wednesday, April 3, 1974
Miami Beach Auditorium
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i bei ) ', 1973
" tenlsJiMiridHSun
p.---, nH
)-'.-, cii ihe ribbon-cutting ceremonies cf
j.lilum Pavilion at Men! Sinai
CV'.iei Sunday included (horn left
;.. Claude Pepper; Florida's
fciesrinem Claude Pepper; Dr. Irving
I rdb-hi cf Temple Emanu-E', who
myocafton; master of ceremonies
OicVitZ, chairman of the beard ci
i;n .nui; the main peaksr, Col. Jacob
Arvcy, hi: trustee of Mount Sinai (in back-
ground); Mrs. Maribel G. Blum of Chicago
and Miami Beach, for whom the building
wa, named; Julius Darsky, president cf the
Founders, and Arnold Winick. The new S15
million, eight-Story Marib:! G. Elum Pavilion
is adjacent to the main medical center build
ing.
Dr. Mcshe Rivlin, director general of the Jewish Agency for
Israel who addressed a meeting of the American Friends
of Hebrew University, held on behalf of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's 1974 CJAIEF, is pictured in the top
phcto with Leonard Luria ard Jack S. Poplck, (left) and
Hrrry A. Levy (right). He also posed with Mrs. Arthur V-
rick and Mrs. Philip Thau (left) end Mrs. Oida C. Rubin
(right) in the bottom photo.
- cf Miami Beach Chapter of
. hip Month Mayoi Chuck
, d the nam: of "Linco'n Mel!"
Mall." Fic:u:bd with him at
\jb ; are (from left) the Mas-
Kurl n Ida Anrgo. Jules
Arkin, Jack Schwartz, Joseph Rosenberg,
Emanuel Mentz, Jack Miller, Sonia Jackson,
Sol Cohen and Jules Smith. Mrs. Mentz is
chapter president; Mrs. Miller serves as
membf rship coordinator.
pie S ;cd of ft Nor Tarnid
led paid*up membership lunchscn
the rnple's Sklar Auditorium Thurs-
', Dec. >. Among thosa responsible for
le g- : are (from lei: to right: Mrs.
Rk C. -;g, committee member; Mrs.
William Cohen, luncheon sponsor; Mrs.
Yvetfe Silberger, membership vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Leon Kafin, cochairman of the
luncheon; Mrs. Maxwell Harris, luncheon
sponsor, and Mrs. Louis Cohen, Sisterhood
president.
James R. rieimbauqh, Jr., (tight) president of Ameii
Hotels, Inc., and a recognized industry leader with mcie
than 35 years in the hotel field, accepts the American Jew-
ish Committee's Human Relations Award for his Bervi
the industry from Phillip Schwcidel, a member of ihe com-
mittee's travel division and president c! Sutherland Travel,
Inc. of New York. Mr. Heimbaugh was formerly vice pi
dent cf Loew's Hotels. As president cf the Americana chain,
an American Airlines subsidiary, he directs the aciivitles
of 18 hotels, including the Americana cf Bal Harbour, Miami
Beech.


P
m
s

rhe committee of the Louis D. Brandeis
5roup cf Hadassah finalizing plans for its
Innual Founder's Day Henrietta Szold lunch-
fon, in the Eden Roc Hotel's Pompeii Room,
flonday. Dec. C, included (from left) Ms.
William Saffir, program chairman; Mrs.
Zelda Thau, president; Mrs. Elizabeth Stein-
bach, chairman; and Mrs. David Reinwald.
Mrs. Samuel Lichtenstein and Mrs. Rose
Ruban, cochairman.
Mrs. Ruth Tekoah, wife of Josef Tekoah, Israel's permanent
representative to the U.N., recently spoke to leaders of the
Jewish community at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
She is shown with Barry Haiman, (left) Advance Gifts co-
chairman for the 1974 CJA-IEF campaign, and Charles Ros-
enberg Advance Gifts chairman.


?ac,e 10 B
'JtWtftl fFortrffcF
Friday, December 14, 1973
Blue Star Camps9 South Florida
Scheduled Dee. 23
Blue Star Camps' annual get- man and Rodger Popkin of Atlanta
together fo. the South Florida Mid Hendersonville, N.C., who are
area will be held at the Dupont spending December in the Greater
Pla/a Hotel, Sunday, Dec. 23, at-Miami area.
Get-Together
2"30 and 4:30 p.m. following the
Doll Wn play off game.
Announcement if the gathering
for former campers, parents and
staff as well as prospective camp-
"We will show the new camp
film twice,'' the Popkins ex-
plained, "beginning at 2:30 p.m.
md again at 4:30 p.m. following
'he Doiphin game. We'll be at the
cis. was made by the camp foun- Duponl P.aza until 7 p.m. to greet
ders, owners and directors, Her- md interview our alumni, staff
and friends and interested pros-
pectsso everyone can preview
the new and exciting film."
Blue Star Camps, founded in
1948, will begin its 27th season
this coming summer. Divided into
seven separate age and grade
;roups for girls and boys from 7
to 17 years of age. the camps are
| limited to an enrollment of 100
campers in each program division.
Located in the Blue Ridge
Mountains of Hendersonville. N.C.
Blue Star is situated on a 625
acre private estate with two lakes
Campers may enroll for four, six.
or eight weeks, enjoying all camp
ictivltles from tennis to horseback
iding, from private Hebrew les-
ons to exciting canoe trips on
North Carolina's scenic rivers.
Per.ons interested in more in-
ormation about the creative and
tositive Jewish programming may
contact the Popkins by calling the
Greater Miami office or by writ
rig directly to the Camps at P.O
Box 102i), Hendersonville, N.C.
28739,
dituancs
Mana Zucca, composer cf the famous song, "I Love Life"
nored with a proclamation designating Nov. 28 as
c'ay in Dade County. At le.'t is Metropolitan Dade
County Commissioner Mrs. Joyce Goldberg. Mis. Pansy
Hlaum and Mrs. Sampson Sholes are at right.
Mrs. Barbara Weintraub. (left) accepts the gavel as incom-
ing president of the Greater Miami Women's Golf Associa-
te from Mrs. Stephanie Gilbert, outgoing president. Mrs.
Weintraub represents Westview Country Club while Mis.
Gilbert plays out of Kings Bay Country Club.
An impenant new program sponsored by the Greater Mi
cmi Jewish Federation in conjunction wilh the Dade County
School Board, is the Greater Miami High School in Israel.
The program permits 40 students from the Miami area to
visit and study in Israel each guinmester for high school
credit. Its activities are planned by a Greater Miami Jewish
Federation committee headed by Mrs. Morton Silberman,
v/hich convened for the first time during November. Among
those gathered at the Federation for the meeting were (left
to right) Mrs. Silberman, chairman; Jerry Isan; Cheryl Weis-
bard, alumna of the program's first guinmester who served
as representative to the committee; Owen S. Freed and Mrs.
Robert Russell.
UM Screens
Student Films
For Awards
Screenings of the first student
lm entries for the Academy of
otion Picture Arts and Sciences
tudent film awards were held
n !. at Beaumont Hall at the
University of Miami for the South-
. ti :n Area of the United States,
Chairmen of the event were
'"in Elefante, of Wometco Thea-
tres, and Dr. Hank Dins, of the
University of Miami. This was the
first such event, and the Academy
o] Motion Picture Arts and Sci
hopes to make ii an annual
ogram is co
ired by the National Association
if II" 0v ners.
The Southeastern Regional win-
ters were: "Manhattan Melody,"
(made In New York), for drama:
oroducer Reuben Tiane. director.
\cn Widerhorn. Mr. Trane is a
tudcnl al I'M. Animated entry
'.imur was "Hallelujah;" its pro-
lucer, Mark Henriksen, lives in
Columbia, S.C.
The two wining entries will
now be submitted to the National
Board of Entries for final judging,
ind tin1 grand winner will receive
in Academy Award and further
film scholarships.
BAREMORE. Dorothy, "!'. Of Hnlliin-
dale. Newman.
BERNSTEIN. .Mrs. Anne if.. 70. of
Miami Brai-h. Riverside.
DAVIS. Samuel S.. of Bay Harbor
taland. Rlveralde. interment ML
FOOSANER. Louis I... 74. 1580 SW
7th St. Gordon, lnl.-rm.-ill Star Ol
David.
'A. obs. ira it 79. < Miami Beaon
Rlveralde, _
LANG. Anna. 98, of Miami I'-.-aeli
Levitt
PERLMAN. Bldney, 57, of l-ort
I auderdale, Levitt.
RUBIN. Julius, 70, of North Miami
Reach RIvePBlde
Goldstein. Jacob a. sm. of Miami
Beach. Newman, Interment Mi.
Nebo. ...
SIlVERSTEIN. David 'I. 63, of Mi-
ami Beach, Newman
COHEN. Jerome, 7!' nt North Miami
I:, a, Ii Ulvrralde.
-ELLER. Itoae, 7^. "i Lauderclale
I al.-- lion
jOLDBERG. Sylvia (Weln 71. of
Miami 111 ll'-h I evlll
jamison. Dorothy. 77. of Lauder-
lull I HVltl,
LEVINE. Hi rnnrd. Rl. "f Ml
r>b,
88, "i Miami Beach.
Bu,%
in i
81, i,f Miramar
of North Miami
lallan-
.(
NOCKOW. Minnie.
I evltl
!OSE. Hi nr> S 7:
Beach. Kiveralai'
WISHINCRAD. IrvillK. ".-'.
dale Levitt
(CKERMAN. Rohc. 7fi, "I Miami
I lea i li Rlvi ruldi
iOLOfARB, I ouia, 71. of Ml iml
lleai Ii HlasberH
Ave lllnHliera
PETRAITIS. Protas. 5S. of Miami
Beat h Rh. v.-i'U-
WEXLER. Irvine. 74. of Miami
Beach. lihiMbera
BRANDES. Minnie, of Mi.mn Beach
Levitt.
ELFENBEIN. Mrs (lerlrude. 8S "i
w, mii v .mi Rlvi rslde. Interment
Mt. Sinai.
..../>;,. .\.i- Kdill Ann. .".".. of ll"ll -
, .....I Rlvi i- al"-.
^INKELSTEIN. Adele, 7-. of North
vi i., mi Rh "i Ide
GOTTLIEB. I ...His I.. ,a South .Miami
Rlvt-n Ii
komt/ fl I Ba:
Harl Riven Ide.
FRIED. I) withy Ann H U ml
Beach Riven
HAIMOWITZ. [Kill .1 of Mi-
ami llei..... I
Mt. S
BROWN, 1)1 ll li'J
II ., ... ri
ER, i
MILLER, .la
I evltt,
VAN LUIK. Jam.-s A., St,
side BlVd1 III is!,t-ii.
WEISS. Alfred. 7, ,,r .Miami Read
Riverside.
BORKAS, Max (;.-...a.-.-. 7.1, of llalla'-
dale, Rlveralde.
miller. Claire, of .Miami Beach.
Levitt.
NACHT. Mrs. Mildred I.. 69, of
Hollywood, Rlveralde,
berns. Norbert, 80, of Miami Beach
Rh rsiil.-.
bossie. Louis. 79. ofHIaleah r;-,P.
.l.-ns. ii.,ril,,n Interment Mt Nebo
BROWSER. Harry. 7". of Miami
Beach Rlveralde.
KRAMER. Lillian, 81. of Hallaml.il-.
I evltt
MICHAEL. Raphael, 7-'l. of Miami
Beach, Rlveralde,
SCHAPIRO. Clele, 68. of Planfatlii
lordon
shaffran. Abraham, "t. ..f Ml >
lt...nh. Rlveralde. Interinenl Alt.
Nebo,
HEITNER. Harry, "in. of Miami Re !
Rlvi
SCHWARTZ. Jack, 7".. i.l Miami
Beach Li v < i -ill, .
SINGER. Is.ill. I S 77. 10920 SW
7>'li Ave. lilnsbersr.
MILOVSKY. Saul. R7. of Miami I^evttV
BERRIE. Mm Naomi. 73 of Hal
dale Rlveralde.
blatt. Betty, 7:;. of Miami Bead
River id.
BRILL. Betty, 7::. of Miami Be -
Riverside
SHREIDER. Pauline, BR. of Miami
I:- aeh. Rh i isid,.
BEHKAN, Audrey, 51. 7050 SW
PI I lordon Intei menl \l I N. bo
ELSON, Many. 76, 1781 SW 21 tit St,
Cordon, huernieni mi. Nebo.
FRIED. Sidney, 7.'. of Hollywood.
Rlveralde
GROSS. Eva '' 7". of North Minn
Bi ii h Rlvi >-i Me
SALE. l'i. il, 80, of Miami Beach,
Rlveralde Interment Mt. Nebo,
GFTZ. Vern. 6S, 1861 \\V 8th Ave,
Blasbera.
ROSENZWEIG. Harry, 71. 951 Jef-
ferson \v n
: WAGNER. Herbert, 68, 6801 Co
A vi l tin
CLASSER i'l.,1.1. 79, 11190 SW
si Gordon.
PULVERS. Mn Bi atr..... E 7:.
.\. laml I leach Ith crsii :
s r 11 ;
SCHECHTEn, Sadh SW
::"th \\ Gordon. Inti nrn ni s r
Of Duvld
; kapniCK. Lena, *i Newman.
, SAVF-LEWITZ. Katie, 7 '. ""I C i|
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IEGAI NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 73-28939
NOTICE OF ACTION
ROBERTA Koril.
Pel Itioner,
va,
Itl'll.vuii .1 KOCH and THE
DE\ EREt'X FOUNDATION, a
Pennsylvania corporation.
Respondents,
TO: lm WARD l kuch. Respondent
Horiion House I Horlion Road
Fori Lee, New Jersey
TO: THE DEVEREUX
FOUNDATION, a Pennsylvania
corp.. Respondent
19 South Watt rloo Road
Devon, Penns) Ivanla
Vnr ARE NOTIFIED lhal an a.--
""," f'" ......Iili.nl.mi of a child CUS-
order has been filed i
"al and jou are reaulred to servi
i copy ,.f your wntti n defei -. if
"by, to ii mi MILLER \- PODELL
el II loner's attoi ney v hi -. ad.
|- 420 I Incnln Road, M
n, Florida, on or befoi i 11
ber 31 1973, and file tb
with tin clerk of this court iti,.,
' i r. i, service on netltloner's ......r.
neys or immediately then
otherwise .- default will bi ti
you ror Hi, relief demat di i
in the net It Inn
WITNESS or. hand nnd the seal ol
jiri < ihe 28 da) ,,i Novem-
i:nli \l:n p BRINKER
As Clerh ..f tla- court
B> I SNEBDHN
Deputj Clerk
I S.l 12 7-1 1-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTIfK IS HERKBV (11VEN thai
Ihe mill.-i-itim-l. .1, ,, .. | | ,..
bualni ui name .,f
N'EI SON FEI DM VN .v n\\ IDSON
vi lornej al I aw al I I3.i Kain Cor,,
nurse Miami Beach Intend In roals-
i 'i name n Ith ihe I lerl
Irc-uil Court of Dade Counts Flor-
ida,
NB1 SON A KEI.DMAN, P \
n i"l,iriila coriioratlon, and
LEONARD II DAVIDSON
\. 7-14-21-2*.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlns. t,- euaaKe
in buslneat under ihe fictitious name
of MEDICAL CHECK-UP al 144M
Kendale Lake* Blvd Miami. Kla.
13141 intenda to register said name
with the clerk of the Circuit <",,urt ol
Dade County, Florida
MVHA SCHNEIDER
11/30 12.7-11-1
I.l IB.
FUERSTEIN. .\
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GITLIN. ',
Ilencl Kivi-raidi
KAPLAN, Bi ni.hi VIImi
... lit Ml
Nebo,
sDELL. Sldni y. 82.
Beacli I ret
LEVY, .Mainni I 7.'. ol Miami Bi ." Ii
I.,-,
RAHTHUS. Max, 7'. of M tim
i let mi Ml S'eli
SIEGEL. Max. ol Mlnin n I mi
BERNSTEIN. Sidney, '. of North
Miam Levitl
GOTTLIEB, Jerome, 60, 2.10 174th St |
Blasbent.
HERMAN, l-'r.iila. 62, 140." NE '-'.Ii |
Ave Ilia hern.
LAZAR. Henrj A 7", of North >
Beach, Riverside
HALPERN, Lottie, US. of Hallsindale ;
Levitt
meade. Sylvia, formerlj ol Miami,
Gordon
vinik. Richard I' 76, of Hallandale
Riverside Interim nl Mt Ni I -
(VALDMAN. (Joldli R0, of North
mi..ml l > in in'- 'menl \'i N< lm
welt. Anna, of Hollywood Levitt,
BERMAN. Barney. 77. .".im Collins
Ave, Blasbent
CASS. .: trtle, 5J, ,,i .\itaml Beach
Riverside.
ROGERS. Stephen v.. 73, ol Miami
Hi NeUlllHII
friendship...
means someone cares
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;mber 14. 1973
9-1 */* fkrldfltr
Paae 11-3
It NOTICE
;oURT OF THE
JUT'CIAL CIRCUIT
)A IN AND FOR
COUNTY
rE DIVISION
rfr no 73-7n59
N PARKER
ro CREDITORS
[fFUAX.
lEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVCE
(NO PROPERTYI
N THE CIRCUS COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAPF COUNTY.
C'VIL ACTION NO 7? 27942
GENERAL JUR'SDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
,.. All Pi '*<>< 1 *: I
L maud" AkbIiihi Raid I IX UK Th. Mnrriuire of
.(>'< v ZKTINA,
notified ;ii'"l required Wife.
,'nros jnd demands, und
h,.,ve :' '<< '!> WIOfEL ZETIX \.
I> m snaffrax. !- I Hwbtmd.
,i. Coun'v. K.....iJx ITU; XI ni'RI. ZBTIXA
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In du"Hei|.e Vi>l' ARK HEHKRY
LEGAL NOTICE
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CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
C'VIL ACTION NO. 73-20461
ACTION FOR DISSO'.UTION
OF MARRIAGE
l\ UK; TUB
I
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XOTtCK IS UKUF.in fHVKN lliul
111.- iir. I > l il- il. llonlrlllK I" rllKUVr
ii. IiuhIne*. umlil f ii :i';. m- mime
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: 'i icrprisks hi >:i.i i.....s vve mi-
I nml lion In Florida t< iN Mer mid ii ime with ll" i rk of Hi' i 1: Ml. I.. I
N THE CIRCUIT COURT or THE
ELFVENTH JU'D'CA' CIRCUIT
OF F1 OR'l->A IN A*'D FOR
DAOE COINTV
PROBATE D'V'SION
PR<-BTE NO T> 7M
GE1GE E 9CHI" 7
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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Ui'siil.mi. rnknown
VOI' ARK HBRKRY VOTTFIKD | Mlnml, I'll.
IImI nu action for 1 l|m njull..... -f Mar-
ring im- been filed ninilii.il \..vi nml
\.u are refittlred In nerve copy .*>l
Urlttell ilefi i -. If Bliy, I" !i
f'ARl OS V AXSAI.VI
. ( lllvi Marllnea
I .\ilornev for uniillcant
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11 .- .. I- ; I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
V Ti I!
Mil FIKACH
ITIiiN M. RAXK
ki i:s d iN'a
n" ni iffiitT
i. Kxi eulor
of tlti* nolle.- en
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surxnwKUii
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Ins
12-7-H
JkR FICTITIOUS
jklE LAW
Irkkiit OIVKN thai
.lodrhiR i" eimnffe In
|lli,. fn-i'iii'ii> name nf
|ln Clronll i""iiii of
i
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l'.-r\v. in
I'm La-
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jurliln Ml 39
11 ::n 12 7-1 I :i
:il..-\. ntyled 11.in i "ii ..i- before lie-
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will be i-nii-r.-il nKMlnul >iu for the
ri-li -f .!. niHiitletl in lite i'i>iii|iIhIi>I or
nel ii ion.
Thl. in.Hi-, khnll be pubUi-lied nnrn
.-:(i'li \\...i. r>. fniir ronnwullve wei-k*
,n THK -H'WISTI Finitll'lAX
WITXKtH) my Ii hhI nml !! nenl
.f >;i!il I'niirl nl .Mi-inii. Florida on
lib I.". .i ..i Xuvi.mr.fr, l:i; :
l:i''ii.Ml' KKIXKKK
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1 "v \in-i.\ r.uii'linu'
. illiiml, Florid* 3313!
m VVAIIBMKXT j lltnrni'.VH fur Petitioner
: ri'Mi'A.VV : I S3* T. I : S71-Sli7."i
. ue, Mlnml lleneh II 23-30 I! 7-11
I. I lliil ii,mi ______________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-(-7?6
GEORGE E. SCHUL2
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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: T VXK I'XCIKR
il.ii-ii-. 'I
,. \ udl'nrii nnd All per^oni. Ilni
iik i'Ihiiiik "i 11. in; nli AhtrIiihI Paid
>".-ii lire l \ notified nnd renuirei
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v l.i, Ii ..|i lii .\ l.i \ ':ii I he a
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JDER F ICTITIOUS
kME LAW
intKIIY I'lVRX lliul
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iFlill'A ni '-"' XI'
I..in* or neililon.
This nollri. hhall be nubKuhed one*
mli mi. I. fur four eonneenllve weeki.
in THE JKW IMH I'l.dKIIHAX
VVITXKSS ni> hai 'I nnd ihe -<:'i nl
ii Id ...nri :.i Mlnml. Klnrhln "ii iliin
: day of Pteeember, i""':
UJCHAKIi P. RKIXKRR
A- Clerk, fir.iiii I'"nit
Imili- r.'uiiiv. l-'iiii.'.i
It) r p rOPRi.AXB
Am ImiIiii llerk
(i 'innii i 'nil Senll
Al M 'I l-'i i KuSS KS').
iTnNK & Si'STi'HIX P. A.
l"i .X.W. l'jili Avenue
Miami. Kla. 381 !
Attorney l"i Pelllloiu r
12 7-1 I '.'i -JS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAV/
NOTU I'. IS HKHKHY DIVKN lhal
' 1.,- nml. -it- n. d, '! -I-
buflneHii under the t'i<-iiil"ii> name of
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I vrtoniej for I* 'HH......r
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS I ":*}''',"',' l,'1,, ,-, i.-i ,
NAME LAW I '" I h'-]-" >' Ml1 "" '' ... ,,
Xi'TK'K is HRHKBY HIVRN Ihnl |
III.- uiiil.-rs'irii. .1. ilc-irini; l<- enffllBTi h l *- MMvtwiAii*
huailiew under the mii. u- lurme of NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
ri:r 1'invr i'i ttim- si:n\'cr :i na.^.t.t*w lt,-v .i,-,i
u x.lv iT.I. Terrne. '..',- u. iw- I MiTfi'K IS HUSKIl ll\ \" '
leier mid n...... wilh the Llerk of the."........I".....," -1 ;' -'",'1' !
,,,,,, louii ..i Dade Cuniy. Flur- | bUHlneeH^undcr^Uie^fleUU.-U
\\V TKl'IMAXO : Polm Avenue, Hlnleah Wi [l> '
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r.f I Hide 'i.uiitj. Florid i
Si H'TH i'i >l i.i: TV SKRVIfK '"' i
.fOltriK SAXTAXA
lili: ii i RKTA M'i il'IIT
II 23-3" 12 TM
inT-. x R Hi3nl Street
Knrlli Miiim. Ileaeli Flo. il
12 1-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAV/
j Florida.
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12 i 1-21
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w'lllfr.do San.-li.'-/ Keel I" reitlM'r wild nam- wUli ill'
Marln A, I ; in. /.
12 7-H
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F'o.i.in.
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i fiade fount)
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR u NAME LAW
DADE COUNTY N( ,.,.,, ... ,s HKUKI'.Y HIVKV lhal
PROBATE D VISION ,
PROBATE NO. 7-7088 ......
J GWYNN PARKER '. pxy | ., -,- ...
NOTICE TO CREDITORS....... .. M .....
mil Miami Ueai-h In- Ir.uli .ludceM of Had.' i ouniy. nnd m,-. ;.,,,,.,., ., ,,.,.,,,
nald name with the il. lh, In "' ''"""? I RUSK FRRKMAX .. l,.,.| .. ,,
u fouil nl Dade ided 733 l. Florid* Si.it- | "' "
lilteH. in llielr i.ffi.-..- In the i "iiniv ro All i'redlloi .....I A1 'vr-onx llav- ...... .,,;,,
I. SIIAXTRTS founhoU"! In Dii.i t'ounn '' ,. ._ Claim* i l"i..... v....."' sv'liiMOX <'
11/23-30 12 7-14 I'. <' ii four 'a!.' Inr m.-inii- from ,
^,l are hereh> nntineil I ulr.d _____ _
In ii. -.ni .im ... ".- mil .l.ni .'il. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
hh'.l >.'ii nno I'..- iHTiilii I tin NAME LAW
,..., f UflHK FHKKHAN rteei sed \(,TlfK IS HKIIKIIY IIIVKX that
. Inr month* from
me nl il" i n nubl en her<
T COURT OF THE r^./' '"\
; Xoveml er. A.TI 1973
UD'C'AL CIRCUIT
1A IN AND FOR
COUNTY
TE DIVISION
TF NO. 73-6^o8
OF PROBATE
F. "'
FLORIDA
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in nl fi i'i
find nublh'iili......f
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in l>
CI'-imIh 33134
ol Ihlx lir>tl< "ii
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II .'!" 12 7 H--1
LMT COURT OF THE
JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
rLOR>DA
VNO FOR
IF COUNTY
iTE DIVISION
TE NO. 73-6654
rNN PARKER
TO CREDITORS
If
jlAliV
: i.nd All I'ii-: in. l In
l>.'ni:i:'.il- Ai:niii>i Salt!
^> ii.iiri.il and reiiuirei
I'larniM nnd d.-maudi
have nualnHl the en
IS A III! \ I -V .I..:.>..
tlllti Florida, to the
iol' Dnde foiinly. and
n'li.ll. ,ii. ami ;i- nro-
iii 7':;: Is, Florida Hliu -
-. ,n ili. i '..ii.i<;
1 i.uiii.v Florida.
n.lai monthe frnm tbi
|r-i nul.li.-atli'ii hereof,
barri .1.
nn. Florida, ilii-i .7 dn3
11. 1973,
IIAMI HKAOH
flli.VAI. IIA.XK
i:s 11 11 ixi;
0lsliai'-r, I'.'I'.A
BH ... In il lee "II
l.\rllllll'l. 1973
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ilinlnl: Ltator, f ,T x
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11 ::" 12
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Aa Rxeeutrlx .,,,, .iU.',. Dade fount; and ,,..,. ,-,... trn eill I 'iintu "1
Flri in...... ii nolle* "ii ,| I,,, ,,, iiui.ii.ii.- nnd ns im <..;;-!, Si.,
Ibe 7 dav of Hi in' '"7::. ,,>,., ,llS. Florldn Slat N M ,,,,,,,; |n .-.-. il in.....
. !'n\.i\-itz. si' \-i:i: .'- IIOiiTll .,,. | -i nffi.-ec n Ihe ounl' ,i, uli
Aiioi-n. for K\..ni"i ( ..in-.I...ii- i l'a.1.- i null I '"' | .,. j. ,-, ,, ; .
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'C A'. CIRCUI'.
IN AND FOR
DACE COUNTY FLOR'DA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 73-rSi??
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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iiui-:<;<>iti \ in i",i
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il, Florida S3132
| |.. ,...i, .'.,! im ml'- i'"in 'I
. ,.. f i.i nultllentlon h eof,
I-' 7-1 I ; ,,. .,., ..,,, IV||| i l.ari'i'l
_______________. .._ .. i",,i.'... iiii- ''< day
not,ce^iia^tt,ous .......-T:r'::^,,,s
X..TMI- is IIKIIKin m. '- lhal .....,"::;".......n
: "" ',! ; ,, ,l.., 1973
IXRI. I TI I IX
i.imh .- ir I. '-! ""'"
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. ; ||) South M mil. Fli. ni-
P,| ii. ivi! lei aid i lime III Ihe
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'ount; '" 'i
Ut iRKRT UUKIilX, i- Tnu
I 23. !'i 12 T II
7 it V llur. ii Sin
l!..!'..... .-il. Florida
12 7 '
NOTICE U.'-uER FICTITIOUS
NAME lAW
I in
S'D.XKY II Kl
II TA S. Kl
' ; i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
fc'' EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR
nape COUNTY
PROBATE [VVISION
PROBATE NO "l-6'.'O
CEORGE E. SCHUI 7
NOTICE OF PROBATE
K- n|.'
li i h:i:.\/.
i,. ,-.i
--.E STATE OF FLORIDA:
. \ I I S '. '\
IF SAID DRf I '
NOTICE UNDER F'CTITtOUS
NAME LAW
\i,t i '. is 111:!:i:t:n tin KX ""
i- .ii .1 .i. -: lit l.....- '
,.. .... < un'lei ii. i ii- name ol
\\\- | !ti| SK i IF ISAXC KIM I i i
\\ -i Mil Vvi Hialeah, Fin 33lii
,,:,,,,I in .. kIki i wild name n lln
i i '. r| nf Hi. flreull '"Ut I ol D Idi
I ouniy. Flm
'. -n- :......I- Pn
Willfi'ed.i Saiiehex, Seer
M:ii a. A riomex Ti.-.i-
IS 7-14-21-28
NOTICE OF AC/ION
CONair.UUl.VE HBnVlCE
(NO PftOPEF TY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUCiClAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DACE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 7328348
GENEKAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
v i:i: THK M m:i:iai;i. OF
ITKVRX i'.AKV JOHN
l-:i i ITTKUI
Huxband
and
ITY \ 1AMKXK MH-I.BR
'Kl i ITTKR1
r PKI.I.lTTKltl
' iii.-iil.ii.'- I'i'l -i." 'li
VOI' ARE HKRKBV NOTIFIKR
i,a, hi nelloil for Dlanolullon .-f Mar- i
,,K, |IHh hi ii fii'-'i amilual >..n nnd
nu -i"' I'.'iii'i.'' '" nerve n eopy of
uiir tvrlileii 'i fenaeH, If any, to ii
n DAVID K. STOXR. ECi.. S'fi'XK
-i.STi !ll\. P.A.. nttorney for Pe-
i Inni i. ii I"- nddn -- l>" I"' X.\V
it, vvetiui, Miami, Florida 33123
! i.i, ihe nrlKlliHl "Uli I'"' Plfrw
f iiic al'..\ i> led eourl "ii '" be-
,,,,. |.....mi i 2H l!'i '. othi rw '
,,.,.lUii v i lie in: r-d HKninal you
, |i n'lel Ii manded In Ihe com-
... net It Ion
Thl.....If Hha'l In nuldlabed nnie
.. I, u...i. for ni "-' I'lillve nee' -
vi.TH-K IsTlKRKM IIIVKX "'. I'''.''; I'"'[ )"_:j[
. .. un.li.r-lBn.d d.-Mnen to enu ,.''... th.
ml.., .hi. .
II
I and I I a I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTvi
IN THF CIRCU 1 COURT OF THE
El FVENTH lUDIC'AL CIRCUIT
"OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAPE POU'NTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 7-.
GENERAL 'UR SO'CT 0 -i
pi VI %N
ACTION FOR DISSO' UTION
OF MARR'AC.E
IV 111' T' Mi" '
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'"Ui. of .....'",'Wmm'-v'';,"' i'' i.i ''" '"'; '".V;, ..... nddn
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f* S" '"i" 'V .. ih......tii.ii ..I -.......in M admlttlne '. \ t....., |.....'..
Hialeah ",;':, -..... nlll In ,.n.bal. -I."i.'l "" :" .'.',... -n:. .1 .-.n
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NOTrCH UNDER FXTIT.OUS -. .^K>*mF.K. ^/W '' '^^
N AMF '- AW
XOTI.'I-: IS MKIiKIIY IIIVKX II H ,M|V', "
In underpin.....I. !- .....w"f /, j, Ihjil llnu
"': .": ,":-.".,!?u,i..,^.mVv"' i" \V. I Miami Fli
<".....' ,", u. in otv vil l'-' "" l '-' ~ .Miami, rn..
.,i Fin "I in'..-nil- I" !- T II -
i orporal Ion
fi} : Arthur S. IMvIh Prealdenl
vii'iini: s i "AVIS
v i .,,r,,.-\ : r i 'on oration
\|. i in ItlKcayne llulldinn
i;i w FlnKler St.. Miami, Fin 3:,I30
ii ':';;-:;" 12 i-M
IN TI-iE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIR<"UlT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PRODATE DIVISION
P aBATE NO 73 7-92
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RK:
,:..riKi' -i i.Afil
D'DE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
GENERA'. JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 78-S7J67
NOTICE TO APPEAR
MARY I.V'iXS and fHARI.IK
I A I 'NS. hi i llll-i.i' ll
I'l.tlliul I-
: PAX AMKRH'AX FIXAXfR
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I., ;. nil.ilil ,
ii Phi \in.-.-ii nn FlnHiu i i me
| Arthur (iottlli
pre-Id. in and II' Virenl
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w ITS I'.ss m; hi ml m'l tni
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Ai Dei.UD I
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Florida
vtto.ne; '"'"-" 7 ., -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN N() FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVIS'ON
PROBATE NO. 73-60-1IDPWI.INO
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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Depend on Food Fair's Quality 7 Days of the week
'the prices are always reasonable-the variety great
r BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 30*oSU.!* BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 22 !
RICH'S FROZEN
COFFEE RICH
NON-DAIRY CREAMER
216-OZ. ^ 14 I C
CTNS. JJ^f
LIMIT 4 CTNS., PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
Maxwell House
COFFEE
77
1 -LB.
BAG
REGULAR
OR
ELECTRA
PERK
LIMIT ONE BAG. PLEASE, WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF 57 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 27 DEL MONTE CHUNK LIGHT
IA FISH
LIMIT 3 CANS. PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF S 7 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGAI
6%-OZ.
CAN
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
^CHoiaJ
SIRLOIN
STEAKS
U.. tnun-c -
l. $159 Top Round Steaks.................u/l"
US CHOICE WESTERN
Porterhouse Steaks
U.S. CHOICE WESTERN
Sirloin Tip Roast
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
$-|69
US CHOICE WESTERN
U S CHOICE WESTERN
Bottom Round Roast...........it
$159
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN #fe a4R4
CHUCK ROAST .89
U S CHOICE WESTERN
Boneless Crossrib Roast
U S CHOICE WESTERN
California Roast................... u>
$149
1
$129
...LB.
U S CHOICE WESTERN
London Broil shoulder.......,.u.
U S CHOICE WESTERN
Fresh Ground Chuck.......... lb
$159
$119
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HewisHi Floridian
Miami, rionaa Friday, December 14, 1973
Section C
Sen. Lawton Chiles Speaker
At Douglas Gardens Meeting
U.S. Sen. Lawton Chiles of Flor-,
. was the special guest speaker
at the 27th annual meeting of the
ami Jewish Home and Hospital
lor the Aged at Douglas Gardens.
An overflow crowd of 800 includ-
ing board members, staff, residents
and guests turned out for the an
nual meeting which featured the
lication of the newly completed
Harry A. and Tillie S. Yagle
on residence.
Sen. Chiles participated in th3
ribbon-cutting ceremonies for the
Yagle Pavilion. After being intro-
duced by Florida State Sen. Ken-
reth M. Myers in the home's Ruby
Auditorium. Chiles, a member of i
the Senate's special Committee on
Aging, delivered the keynote ad
-.
"Your motto, 'The Home for Be-
ginning Again," strikes a note that j
1 think is so important to each of!
us as we prepare for older age, and j
as we think about the policies and
programs that can best enrich the
i of people in their later yean
life. The note, of course, is the
ol independence.
"It is clear to me that the older
the more they prize
indi | endence and our wh ill
iu!d be oriented lo tlie
ici oi preserving th independ
i nee of older Americans. Keeping
a their own feel and in
r own home-, taking care of
leir iwn needs, is perhaps one of
si .:-: ortant thing in
nn m that we can possibly do."
s, who has taken an ii
in prol I ims facing the
includ i the areas of hous
. ... hi .ilth. consumer interests,
m and retirement, has
r (1 two conferences on
"It is less easy to find a solu-
; tu problems of aging than it
to under land the problems."
dies said. "People over 65 con-
Mitute 10 per cent of the nation.
-0 per cent of this state. This
makes the problems and oppor-
tunities for the elderly a most im-
, *.mt dimension of the quality
of life in Florida, in general
"The difficulty in combating
problems of aging stems in lai [e
part from the need to affect large
dimensions of our society. So part
of the problem of inadequate at-
tention to aging comes from inade-
quate attention to needs of our
society as a whole. And as our
policies and budgets and priorities
do shift to reflect changing needs
of society, special emphasis has to
be given to the aged.
"The comments being voiced by
many older persons is the need for'
a continued purpose in life either
through employment or construe-
mice to others. As a society
we tend the overlook the fact that
a person does not lose his capabili-
ties and tal.nt at the age of 65."!
The striking Yagle Pavilion
prompted Chiles to remark. "1
certainly congratulate you anl all
those responsible for having such
a wonderful pavilion. This could
be the key for the greater inde-
pendence that I'm talking about.
"The independence of the indi-
vidual that you are trying to pre-
serve and the efforts you arc mak-
ing in a community towards the
same goal are certainly notewor-
thy. 1 hope that our policies on the
national and slate level will keep
this spirit of independence as our
guiding light and that those poli-
cies will increasingly work toward
the enriching of life of our older
Americans."
The pavilion, which will accom-
modate 12 residents was mad'' pos-
ible through c $250,000 contribu-
tion from the estal i of the lat"
Via Harry A. \ agio and his wife.
Tillie.
The senator' speech was pre-
a program arranged un-
it r the Eiip< 'vision >>f c hairman
hidge Irving Cypen, who als<
terved as toa?tmaster.
.'. S. I o] re.. president of
~>oi;si i is, presented his re-
port, stressing the urgent need for
r re 1) 'ds :;; the home to keep
i ith the in< r >asing needs o
r Miami elderly population,
and announced that the home's
planning committee under
.< of Marshall Wise,
has developed a plan for expansion
calling for construction of a new
120-bed facility adjoining the pres-
ent grounds. The Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged Is currently
awaiting approval of this project
from the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
Three new persons were elected
to the board of directors at this
meeting: Miami Beach Police Chief
Rocky Pomcrance. County Attor-
nej Stuart L. Simon and Harry
Pcarlman.
Baron dcHirsch Meyer, honorary
vice president of the home, made
a special plaque presentation to
Stanley M. Beckcrman. commemo-
rating 20 years of devoted service
to Douglas Gardens.
Popick, who is now serving In-
second consecutive term as presl
dent, also reported on other recenl
accomplishments, such as the oul
standing medical rehabilitative
complex and 32-bed hospital unit
both of which completed their im
tial year of operation. The latter
prompted Douglas Gardens to
change its official name from Jew
Ish Home for tthe Aged of Greatei
Miami to Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged.
Popick announced that the homi
is considering establishment of a
short-term out-patient mediea
health clinic to provide counselim.'
and psychiatric help to Dade'.
mentally impaired aged. It would
operate in the Gordon Medical
Center and in conjunction with the
Social Services Department of Hk
home, which presently provide
counseling services to over 2,001'
area elderly with the objective ol
di l ying and hopefully preventing
the need for institutionalization.
The annual meeting capped an
other successful year for the Miam'
Jewish Home and Hospital for tie
Vged which now embarks on it
"8th year of service to Miami
older Jewish population. The homi
is a beneficiary agency of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federatioi
and the United Fund of Dad.
County.
1 Conversational Hebrew
\t Ma Fisher Htjrh
C^r rial II 'brow is now
offi n d to adults I
lomin il -_ -; t:on fi
I [da M. Fisher
'ommunitj School.
Bi inner and intermediate level
in Hebrew conversation will bi
taught each Monday and Wednes
iaj "in 2 to 5 p.m., and eacl
I ue! v and Thursday, from 7 t
10 p.m. by Rachel BenvenisI
in, who grew up in Jeru
sal em.
Dr. Wei! Forum Speaker
Dr. Leonard L. Weil, Senior Al
ndant in General Medicine a'
Mount Sinai Medical Center, will
leak on "Tell Me Doctor" at th.
Forte Forum Tuesday at 1 p.m
in the Forte auditorium. Miam
Beach. Dr. Weil is a past presl
dent of the Florida Academy Ger,
era] Practice and of Dade Count:
Academy of General Practice.
Participants in the ribbon-cutting ceremony
of the Maj. Harry A. and Tillie S. Yagle
Pavilion at the Miami Jewish Home and Hos-
pital for the Aged included (from left to
right) Sen. Kenneth M. Myers; Judge Irving
Cypen, honorary president; Miami attorney
E. Albert Pallot; U.S. Sen. Lawton Chiles;
Mrs. Jack Popick, president; Mrs. Joseph
Stein, honorary vice president; Baron de-
Hirsch Meyer, honorary vice president;
Mrs. Baron deHirsch Myer and Fred D. Hirt,
executive director.
Douglas Gardens residents presented a hand-made Afghan
and tile trivet to Sen. Lawton Chiles as an expression of
their admiration and appreciation for the interest and con-
cern he has shown senior ciiizens throughout the nation and
especially in Florida. From left to right are Mrs. Augusta
Schlesinger, Mrs. Lillian Cowan. Sen. Chiles and Saul Gold-
berg.
Meeting with Gen. Yitzhak Rabin (center), former Israeli
ambassador to the United States, to discuss intsnsif.ed !s-
lael Bonds campaign activity were Dr. Tibor Stern
spiritual leader of the Jacob C. Cohen Community S
gogve, and Rabbi Solomon S-hiff, executive director of the
Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami. Rabin's visit 'o
South Florida was in connection with Israel Bond Mac
Month, part of the worldwide effort to cover the full amount
of Israel's S642 million development budget.
At a recent reception Mrs. Joseph Stein (left), an active mem-
ber of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation horn Miami
Beach, greets Women's Division Pacesetters and Trustees
(left to riaht) Mrs. Sam Rost, Mrs. Alex Manson and Mrs.
Bernard Abel. The women were honored with the cherished
"Lion of Judah" pin for their heroic gifts to the 1974 CJA-IEF
campaign.
JNF's Annual Installation
Luncheon Scheduled Dec. 23
Mae I evin, presl lent
Dhaim Wei/man Branch of Far
band, announced that its tradi-
ional. annual installation luncheon
will take place at noon Sunday.
Dec. 23, in the Fontainebleau Ho-
el
Guest speaker at this luncheon
will be Dr. Irving Lehrman. chair- i
man of the Foundation of the JNF,:
and immediate past president of
the Synagogue Council of America
The spiritual leader of Temple
Emanu-El. he is considered one of
the foremost rabbis in America.
Also on the program will be Jay
Dermer, former mayor of Miami
Beach who is. -president of the
Jewish National Fund of Greater
Miami.
Dermer described Moe Levin as
>ne of the true builders of Israel,
an architect in the defense of Jeru-
salem in the 1048 War of Inde-
pendence. "Mr. Levin is respon-
sible for much of Israel's achl >ve-
ments in the field of finance and
reconstruction," he said.
The luncheon is dedicated to the
JNF and some 25 new members
will be initiated in a beautiful cere-
mony that afternoon.
Guest artist will be the well-
known opera star Mikki Schiff, ac-
companied by Maestro Shmuel
Fcrshko. The national anthems will
be sung by Cantor Saul H. Breeh,
chairman of JNF high-rise organi-
zational activities.
Mrs. Jean Lew, Morris Birnbaum
and Alick Silverstein are serving
as ticket chairmen.


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Friday, December 14, 1S73 ''
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1,000 Due at Hebrew Academy
Black-Tie Dinner Set Dec. 23
Finnl planning session for ttn
<- at< r Miami H n w Academy's
26th annual scholarship dinner
A'P. and MRS. T0 BOOM
will be h"ld Sundav morning. 10
am. at (ho .Miami Beach school,
with all members of the Hebrew
Academy invited to join the din-
ner committee meeting,
A near-record attendance of
more than 1.00C oer^ons is ex-
pected for the Dec. 23 banquet,
scheduled for the Fontainebleati
Hotel's Grand Ballroom, accord-
ing to dinner cc chairmen. Mr
a-d Mr* .Ioseh H. Kanter and
Mr. and Mrs. George Feldenkreis.
RABBI ALEXANDER S. Gross,
principal if the Hebrew Aca I-
my, now on Sabbatical leave in
Israel, will fly here for the $125
a couple banquet. Dinner res
dons still are available at the
gChno] ofi' '
The black t^e dinner, one of
the so'i;i: highlights of the Je v
ish community each year, will
honor three outstanding Greater
Miami couoles, according to I. H.
Abrams, chairman of the execu-
tive committee.
Mr. and Mrs. Tod Bodin will re-
ceive the h'ghly-coveted Academy
Award, previously bestowed upon
author Herman Wouk and U.S.
Sen. Henry M. (Scoop) Jackson
of Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhar I
vi'l be feted on the occasion of
Mr. Reinhard's "second Bar Mil'-
vah." He will celebrate his 83rd
birthday, and his 26th year of
service to the Hebrew Academy,
of which he is senior vice presi-
dent. '
MR. AND MRS. Oscar Mamber
will be recognized for their lon
time service to the Hebrew day
school. Mamber has been chair-
man of th" Hebrew Academy ad-
missions committee for several
years and is vice president of the
board of directors.
The Hebrew Academy is a ben-
eficiary of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. It receives a
majority of it- financial assist
ance for the scholarship program
from proceeds of the annual din-
ner and i yearij ca noaign foi
S613 Mitz i arships.
M .re than 70 per cent of al'
acad, mj stud il receive full or
partial s< h< l rshiw. according 11
i, e Fir! 1. Miami Beach al
t rm v who is presided of th <
Hh w Aca lemy for a third con
secutive year.
RAKHI GROSS, who has hern
in Irael since the inception "':
the Yom Kip-xir War, will reporl
on the religious implications o'
the Arab-Israeli conflict and tV
continuing crisis in the Jewish
state.
He will fly here next week f
meet with dinner officials, who
n port that continuing surveyr
on the priority of Jewish edur.i
tion as the foundation of Amer
lean Jewish life "have greatly ex I
panded the base of support for
the day school movement."
Kanter said Wednesday that
$619 scholarships for the Hebrew
Academv arc vitally needed this
year, because the enrollment in-
crease to 1.000 students has in-
creased the operating deficit
again. Members of the "613 Mite
VOt Corps" will be installed a1
Fellows of th? Hebrew Academv
at the Dec. 23 dinner.
MR. and MRS. SAMUH RSINHARD
MR. and MRS. OSCAR MAMBIR
Ida Bookspan- Israel Bonds"
'Woman of the Year,' Passes
Ida Bookspan, iio had been
named "Woman of the Year' for
selling the most Israel Bonds in
1952.'passed away Monday, Dec.
10. at tiic age of 82.
A resident of Miami Beach for
40 years, Mrs. Bookspan was born
in Russia and came to New York
City when she was 15 where her
late husband, Nathan, was the east-
ern regional director for the He-
brew Immigrant Aid Society. He
died in 1966.
The recipient of many as
during the years for her work in
Israel Bond sales, Mrs. Bookspan
was a number of the Pioneer Wm-
en's c lub 2 of Miami Beach.
S'li' i.; survived by two sons,
Aaron, of Miami Beach, and Alex-
ander, of Trenton. N.J.: four grand-
children and 11 gi eat grandchil-
dren.
Services were held Tuesday. Dec.
11. at the Newman Funeral Home,
with interment in Mt. Sinai Ceme-
tery.
Academy Established in 1947:
Boasts High Quality Education
TUB HEBREW Academy wo-
( ilished here in Septen
1947.
irting with a few stu li
in extn naly limited facilities,
the Hebrew Acadi my's enr ill-
ntnl erev larger, and the school
: led its program each sue-
i ... '' r
Th? community's reception o;
r programs beins offered, anil
1>- recognition and support that
fo "owed, resulted in an expansion
t :-. 'hat required the plin
ning, acouisition of :: Bite, and
tr bui'ding of a new modern
prh l bttild'n", in its present
sef'ng, in i960.
Thn Hebrew Academy now of-
fi... c ..,, i,.,,. pre-scho il, eli nv n-
tarj .. i junior high school
and enior high school depart-
r. >
Fully accredited by the Florida
j?t1 D r. irtmenl of Educ
ard expertly stiffed with a li-
censed, '"' '-
im in c
with th: Board of Education syl-
labus, the academy maintain^
superior standards in modern ed '
ucational Drocedures.
THE ACADEMY is equipped!
with everv school facility to pro-
vide a distinctive program and
now rank-, as one of the finest
schools of its kind in the nation
The general studies program
conforms to the curriculum pre-
scribed by the Dade County
Board of Public Instruction and '
th" State Department of Educa-
tion.
The course of religious studies
is condiK ted in the Hebrew Ian
guage.
TODAY, THE school has reach
tli" figure of 1.000 stud) nts.
mpletlon of the Merwitzer
ding, named in memory of,
the late Louis Merwitzer, prci
d'nt of th Hebr Academy for
10 \ears. provided ultra-modern
facilities for the growing junior
senior high school depart-
growing bigger...
getting better
In Cooking There's Nothing
Q
ite Like Mazola Margarine
What's in a name? Well, if th"
narr.e happens to be "Mazola"
you're saying a lot! Casein-point:
Hazola Margarine a product that
Jewish housewives have trusted for
generations. Literally "traditional"
in many Jewish homes around the
count ry!
Mazola Sweet Unsalted Margar-
ine, for example, is also a favorite.
This certified kosher product is
made with golden Mazola Corn Oil
familiar to generations of Jew
ish-American women. It's also high
in po.yunsaturates, a nice health
bonus for those you love.
And in cooking there's nothing
quit" like Mazola Margarine.
Since Chanukah is the 'Time of
the Latke" for so many Jewish
families, here's a recipe to make
your the best in town:
CHANL'KAH POTATO LATKES
2 eggs (beaten)
3 cups grated potatoes (drained)
4 tbs. grated onion
% cup (one-quarter stick) Mazola
Margarine
1 tap. silt
\ tsp. Depper
2 tbs. matzoh or cracker meal
Add potatoes, onion, salt, pepper
and meal to eggs. Drop mixture by '
the tablespoon into hot melted mar-
garine. Fry ti: 1 brown on each side,
over moderate heat. Serve hot,
with sour cream or applesauce, de
pending on meal. Enough for eight :
(Double the recipe for latke
fressersl)
~~~~~~i
Adult Education Classes
B'nai Raphael Adult Education
orogram will start Thursday, Jan.
3. Beginners Hebrew will meet
from 7 to 8 p.m. every week, and
Why We Do It" and "Crises in
Jewish History" will be given al-
:ernately from 8 to 9 p.m.
Bostouians Gathering
The Boston Friendship Club will
be entertained by Elza Zigler and
Helen Sbolnik at a meeting Tues-
day at 7:30 pan. at Financial Fed-
eral, 7SS Washington Ave.
Come see us in our new modern five-story building. We're still at the same location,
but now we've got everything to make "banking" easier for you. We are a full service
bank offering you just about every financial service you'll ever need.
Savings Accounts Installment Loans
(Cars & Mobile Homes)
24 Hr. Cash Dispenser
Letters of Credit
Checking Accounts
(Free ForSenior Citizens)
Check Cashing
For Account Holders
Certificates of Deposit
Holiday or "Whatever" Club Accounts
Bank By-Mail
Collateral Loans
Construction Loans
Mortgages (All Types)
Land Loans
Travellers Checks
U.S. Savings Bonds
Gift Checks
Drive-Up Facilities
Safe Deposit Boxes
Personal Money Orders
Cashier's Checks
Bank Drafts
At the Skylake State Bank,
we've got what you need.
Veronica I. Dolan, President
Jay I. Kistak, Board Chairman
Member FDIC
1550 Miami Gardens Dove Skylake Shopping Center. North Miam. Beach
Hou/s: Monday-Friday 10:00 AM 3:00 PM Friday 4:00 7 00 PM
Pnve-up endows: Monday-Thursday 9:00 AM 400 PM Fr|day g.^ AM 7:00 PM ; H


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Th|3 South Florida Builders, Bankers
and Allied Trades Division cf the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's 1974 CJA-EEF
campaign hosted a reception and dinner
De~. 6 at the Eden Roc Hotel. Among those
attending were (left to right) Special Gifts
cochairman A. I. Durbin, chairman of the
Community Relations Committee of the Jew-
iah Well ire : on of Greater Holly-
wood; Meivin H. Baer, campaign chairman
e Jewish Welfare Federation of Greater
Holiywood; Herbert Sadkin, general i
man oi the division; Browaid County Com-
missioner Jack Moss, and William D. Horo-
vitz, cochairman of the division.
Sesn at the South Florida Builders, Bankers ami Allied
Trades Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1974 CJA-1EF campaign reception-dinner Dec. G were (top
photo ^ Herbert Sadkin, (left) general chairman of the divi-
sion, and Mr. and Mis. Howard Gariinkle, who hosted the
evening at the Ed:n Rcc Hots:. At the IEF dinner, Herbert
Scdkin, (below, at right) qen:ral chairman of the South Flor-
ida Builders, Bankers and Allied Trade* Division, was pre-
sented with a "Scroll of Knowledge" encased in silver.
Wiih him are S. Martin Sadkin. dinner chairman, and his
daughter, Fern Schultz.
iY The legendary
Stephen Sondheim
musical extravaganza
starring "
ROBFRTALDA
JULIE WILSON
JANEKEAN
SELMA DIAMOND
FIFI D'ORSAY
DICK LATESSA
MARION MARLOWE
& MARY SMALL
Now through Sunday, December 23
.-, : :
: : j
.: _
Young builders present at the South Florida
B'jilders, Bankers and Allied Trades Division
meetina on behalf of the Israel Emergency
Fund included (left to right) Leonard Abess,
Jr.; Leonard Wein; S. Martin Sadkin; Steven
Elias and David Tanner.
This Year...
Give the
Holiday Gift
That
Grows!!
AN
American savings
>/% PASSBOOK
No matter how much your gift account
begins with, it will grow all year with
daily interest compounded daily.
MERICAN SAVINGS
S. Loan Association of Florida
no.'m smoke office Ncm OFFICE O.LT 0C(4 wiMornce
OCENSIDE (MAIN) OFF ICE !0( OFFICE
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SHEPARD BROAD. Chairman / //.< Board MORRIS N. BROAD. President
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Fiiday, December 14, 1973
Here's A Menorah With Chaimkah Flavor
As you light the Chunukah can-
dk this year, put a new glow on
the table with another Mmorah
that's a meichel ... a maj
cr<. of rich, !)u
cookie dou h. Each candle a n
topped with a "flame" of flavorful
dried apricot, set in a canoie cuj
that's actually a luscious Sun>
Pith d Prune.
This cookie .Menorah is easy to
make; recipe and directions for
shaping and decorating are given
below. It you want it to last the
eight days of the holiday, be sure
to bake some cookies for the family
with extra dough, and top each
with a dimpled Sunsweet Pitted
P:une. That way they can enjoy
both the t'am and the beauty of
the cookie Menorah during the
Whole holiday.
of course, you'll be serving
potato latkesit wouldn't be Chan-
ukah without them. But this year.
try a new versiona potato pan-
cake souffle, deliciously fruited
with Sunsweet Pitted Piunes and
Under Blue Ribbon Figs. It's a
marvelous Chanukah dessert, and
you'll like it as a brunch or lunch-
eon main dish after the holiday.
And for the whole family to say
L'thaym during the holiday, serve
t. .i.-ses of "Raisin Wine," a quick,
easy version of a drink Grandma
used to make. Just soak Sun-Muid
Raisins with water, sugar and a
little lemon. Chill and serve with
the pancake or cookies. A meichel!
COOKIE MENORAH
2::t cups flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
J/j teaspoon salt
^4 cup butter
1 cup sugar
2 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla or
aimond extract
1 cup Sunsweet Pitted Prunes
lapprox.)
'/i cup Sunsweet Dried Apricots
lapprox.)
V cup confectioners' sugar
mixed with 2 teaspoons
water
Toss dry ingredients together.
Cream butter with sugar, beat in
i and vaniila until mixture is
light and llufiy. Stir in dry in-
gredients: mix until well-corn
b.ned. Chill dough 1 hour or until
firm. I ^omedian Lee Tully will ap-
To Shape MenorahFirst, grease :ecr with JQn Peerce in an all-
and flour a large cookie sheet, star show at the Miami Beach
Work with small pieces of dough.. Auditorium Saturday and Sun-
keeping the rest in the refrigera daVi Dec. 22 and 23, at 8:30
; p.m. Their performance is be-
ng sponsored by Yeshiva Day
2 tC2 whites
: l tea i -.^t
i 2 egg yo ki
3 tablespoons sour cream
i 2 tablespoons sugar
I cui milk
' cup dry mashed potatoes
_ nip flour
>aspoon baking powder
2 tablespoons butter
Preheat oven to 425 F. Combine
prunes, figs, water, brandy and
jam; simmer 10 minutes over very
' low heat. Beat ee;g whites with
salt until stiff, but not dry. Beat
yolks with sour cream and sugar
until frothy. Add milk to potatoes,
combine with yolk mixture. Sift
Hour and baking powder over;
beat weil to combine. Fold in
beaten whites.
Melt butter in oven-proof 10"
skillet over moderate heat, top
r;:nge. Pour batter into skillet:
(ink briefly, pulling cooked edges
toward center of pan with a foik.
As mixture begins to set. spread
with fiuit mixture. Piace skillet in
oven, bake 10 minutes, until puffed
and golden brown. Serve at once.
Makes 6 servings.
RAISIN WINE" DRINK
Put 1VS cups Sun-Maid Raisins
in a decanter. Disolve 4 cup sugar
in 4 cups boiling water and pour
over rauins. Add 2 thin lemon
slices, if desired. Chill overnight
or longer. Makes 6-8 servings.
Special for Chanukah, a Menorah deliciously reproduced in
cookie dough, with Sunsweet Pitted Prunes as candle hold-
ers and Sunsweet Dried Apricots as "flames." Sunsweet
Pitted Prunes and Blue Ribbon Figs add delectable flavor
to Potato Pancake Souffle (a deluxe potato latke), while
sweet chewy Sun Maid Raisins spill out of a dreidel and
flavor a decanter of "wine."
Oneg Chanukah At Hebrew Academy
lor. Roll out dough '4" thick. Us-
ing a ruler and a sharp knife, cut
out the center candle10" long.
1" wide at tne top. widening to
IV at the base. Piace in centei
cf cookie sheet.
You'll need 8 candle arms, 4 on
each side, branching out from the
ctnter candle. Cut strips V wide,
ranging from 10" for the outer-
most pair to 4" for the innermost.
Place the first 2 candles on either
side of mid-point of center candle.
Place the remaining candles above,
leaving V between each pair.
Bend all candles into shape.
Cut small triangles of dough and
place one on top of each candle.
With remaining dough, shape a
base 2" high and 7" wide. Lay at
base of center candle. Press all
adjoining pieces firmly together.
Place cookie sheet in freezer about
15 minutes, or until dough is very-
firm. Bake in preheated 375 F.
oven 15 minutes, or until pale
brown. Run spatula carefully under
Menorah and slide gently onto
large flat platter.
For candle flames: shape prunes
into little cups. Roil an apricot in
center of each. Dab a little con-
fectioners sugar mixture at bottom
of each prune. Place one on each
candle top. Decorate base with ad-
ditional prunes.
NOTE: Shape cookies with left-
ever dough. Top with prunes be-
fore baking; bake about 10 min-
utes.
PRUNE AND FIG
PANCAKE-SOUFFLE
% cup Sunsweet Pitted Prunes
Vi cup Blue Ribbon Figs
Va cup water
2 tablespoons brandy
2 tablespoons apricot jam
School. Tickets are available
at the auditorium box office,
Tickefron locations in all Sears
and Jefferson Stores, and Al-
legro Music House, Coral
Gables.
Maxim Freeze Dried
For Coffee Mayvins
Your holiday guests are bound
to include, some very fussy people
who insist they can't drink coffee
unless it's freshly perked.
Now there's an answer to this
problem one which truly helps
the extra-busy hostess. It's quite I
simple too just keep plenty of!
Freeze-Dried Maxim on hand, and |
serve .*iis delicious coffee right
through the holiday.
An Oneg Chanukah program,
free and open to the general pub-
lic, is scheduled for 6 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the Greater Miami He-
brew Academy, 2400 Pine Tree
Dr., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Greater Miami He-
brew Academy who has been on
Sabbatical in Israel for the past
several months, will be welcomed
back to Miami Beach at the One);
Chanukah marking the lighting o:
the first candle for the Jewish
Festival of Lights.
Rabbi David Lehrfield of Km.-
cth Israel Congregation, acting
piincipal for the 1973-74 academi<
year at the Heb ew Academy, will
conduct the ceremonies togethei
with Rabbi Gross.
A large, new community Chan
ukah Menorah. dedicated by He
brew Academy music director Jack
Donnet in memory of his late wife.
Miriam, who was on the Hebrew
Academy faculty for many years,
will be placed in service for th(
first time Wednesday night.
Emanuel Mentz has been named
vice chairman of the Miami Bead.
Hi-Rise Division of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization
according to Milton M. Parson,
executive director.
Mentz' appointment follows in
tensified Israel Bonds campaign
activity in condominiums and
apartment complexes on Miami
Beach, under the leadership of Dr.
Milton S. Lubarr, Miami Beach Hi-
Rise chairman.
Mentz, the former president of
the "1500 Men's Club" at Morton
Towers, a post he held for six
years, is a customer relations of-
ficer for Washington Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association, a di-
rector of Temple Emanu-El, the
Miami Beach chapter of the Amer-
ican ORT. the Civic League of Mi-
ami Beach, and a member of the
Miami Beach City Council's Safety
'omniittee.
Perlman Recital
At Beth Sholom
A special Chanukah red-
' tion ceremony to be follow.
I a recital by the "incomparable"
Israeli violinist, Itzhak Pel
1 will take place at Temple
Sholom Saturday. Dec. 22 al
1 p.m., according to an ann.
ment by James 8. Knopke, presi-
dent of the temple.
Beth Sholom has been in
forefront in bringing Israeli talent
in the fields of music and art over
the years, and we are thrilled tnat
so great an Israeli musician as
Itzhak Perlman is gracing us with
his great genius this evening,"
said Knopke.
'D.\ Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Beth Sholom, will con-
duct the special rededication cere-
mony, assisted by Cantor David
and his choir.
"The Perlman recital following
the ceremony is being limited to
members of the temple at this
time. If any tickets are left,
will be made available to the pub-
lic one week before the recital,''
Knopke added.
Jan. Peerce, All-Star Cast
At MB. Auditorium Dec. 22
Jan Peerce and an all-star cast
will appear at the Miami Beach
Auditorium at 8:30 p.m. Satin lay
and Sunday Dec. 22 and 23. The
evening of song, comedy and mu-
sic is sponsored by the Yeshiva Day
School, the only Torah Umesorah
day school in North Dade and
South Broward.
Special patron seats for the event
will include a cocktail party after
the Saturday night performance.
Tickets may be purchased at the
school. 991 NE 171st St., North
Miami Beach.
BRANDT'S
CINEMA THEATRE
1235 Washington Ave. Phone 531-6202
Presents
Starting Friday December 14th
LEON SCHACHTER IN HIS YIDDISH AMERICAN
MUSICAL REVUE
"A VAfBlE OF SHABOS"
Starring
MAX PERLMAN
Gita Galina-Menora Zohav-Gitel Stein Leon Schachter
2 STAGE SHOWS DAILY MATINEE 3 P.M.
EVENING SHOW AT 9 P.M.
and on the screen
LEONARD BERNSTEIN in "Journey To Jerusalem"
Franklin Opening
Branch In Gables
Housework
got you down?
Leave it to
Oomesticare
I FALL CLEANING SPECIAL
I
I SERVICE INCLUDES HIGH AND
LOW VACUUM DUSTING OF
AVERAGE SIZE LIVING ROOM.
I DINING ROOM. KITCHEN, ONE
I EEDROOM PLUS WASH AND
SANITIZE ONE BATHROOM
CALL
443-4448
PERSONNEL ARE TRAINED
BONDED 4 INSURED
liJ.ru
of dade county
Franklin Savings and Loan As-
sociation will move its Bird Road
branch into Coral Gables later this
.month, Fred M. Hartnett, execu-
Know what? They 11 ne'tr guess tive vice president. announced.
is wasn't fresh-brewed in a perco-
lator!
fact is. Maxim is actually perco-
lated coffee that's fast-frozen the
instant it's fully perked the
fresh coffee flavor being captured
at its very peak.
The Franklin branch is now un-
der construction at 250 Bird Rd.,
just east of LeJeune Rd., in the
Giffen Building. The opening is
tentatively scheduled for mid-
December.
Franklin's B'ri Road branch
was established last March near
the Coral Gables-Miami boundary
line.
These chunks of freeze-dried cof-
fee are "activated" the instant you
por boiling water over theniit I Regency singles Party Set
all happens right in your cup! You.
don't even have to use a full tea- ReSency Singles of Miami Beach
spoon, as a little Maxim truly j P,ans a Chanukah party Monday at
goes far. j 8 p m- ln the Washington Federal. [
1133 Normandy Dr., featuring live
Kosher Maxim Freeze-Dried Cof- music for dancing and special holi
fee. Add it on your holiday shop-; day refreshments. Rose Shapiro is !
ping list, won't you? I president. i
OHOLEI TORAH DAY SCHOOL
THRIFT STORE
NEEDS YOUR GOOD, USED
FURNITURE, CLOTHING, APPLIANCES
DISHES, POTS AND PANS,
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*Jcnist Meridian
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Smiling happily on the occasion of the bris
of Ryan Marc Zuckerman held at the Fam-
ous Restaurant Dec. 2, are the parents,
Mikki and Ira Zuckerman, (center) co-owners
of the restaurant, sister Jana, and grand-
parents Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Landers, (left)
and Mi. and Mrs. Harry Zuckerman.
Richard Pallot New Chairman f lagier Dog Track
Of International Bank Board Sets New Records
Richard A. Pallot has been
elected chairman of the board of
the Inter National Bank of Miami
and will also continue to serve in
the position of its president and
chief executive officer, a position
he has hold since 1969.
Pallot replaces his brother. Wil-
liam L. Pallot, as board chairman
Pallot, a native Miamian, is also
chairman of the Florida Board of
Business Regulation; a member of
the Florida Council of 100; and a
member of the Young President's
Organization.
William Pallot was elected hon-
orary chairman of the board and
will continue to serve on the board
of directors. His retirement cli-
maxes a long career of professional
and civic service. He was Inter
National Bank's first president, be
ing elected to that post in 1963
and was elected chairman of the
board in 1968.
William Pallot served as this
year's president of the United Fund
of Dade County; he has also served
as president of the Economic So-
ciety of South Florida, and as
Bellman's Heart}
Potato Salad For
Chanukah Parties
I Chances are you'll want to set
oui a truly rich side dish to com
aliment your holiday buffet cold
cuts.
Here's how to put together a
potato salad with Hellmann's Real:
Mayonnaise, one that will delight
all your guests with gourmet tastes.,
Be sure, however, you use Hell-
mann's REAL mayonnaise ... the
6ne made with whole, fresh eggs.
! Hellmann's is richer and cream
Jer another one of the many
fine Best Foods products that mean
best quality.
PEPPY PARTY POTATO SALAD
? 2 lbs. potatoes
! Vz cup Hellmann's Real
Mayonnaise
2 tbs. vinegar
2 tbs. chopped onion
1 stalk celery (chopped)
1 large dill pickle (chopped)
1 large sour apple (peeled, cored
and diced (
1 tap. prepared mustard
; 1 green pepper (cored and
; diced)
1% tsp. salt
Dash pepper
Boil potatoes about 20 minutes,
till tender but firm. Peel and slice
Add vinegar, onions and season-
ings while still warm. Later, add
pickle, pepper, celery and apple,
then toss with mayonnaise and
mustard. Chill.
Set out on bed of salad greens,
garnished with bits of green pep-
per and sliced stuffed green olices
for dashing effect. Serves four to
six. (Double the recipe for a big-
ger party.)
RICHARD PALLOT
president of th< International
Center,
Both Pallots are partners in the
Miami law firm of Pallot, Stern,
Proby and Adkins.
Inter National Bank is a subsi
diary of the Royal Trust Company,
headquartered in Montreal, Can-
ada.
Michelle Newman,
Alan Yesner Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Newman of
Coral Gables announce the engage-
ment of their diughter, Michelle
Sandra, to Alan Vesner, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Bernard Yesner of Coral
Gables.
Despite cool, rainy weather
Flagler Dog Track cracked tw(
.vorld records for wagering anc
it another state mark last Satur
lay nighl as Tuf Miler captured
the Hth SlOC.'lJO li.u'einationa.
'.'lassie.
The weather eliminated hope
'or an all-time attendance record.
but the $930,630 bet broke thr
.vorld record for wagering on a
ingle night previously held by
Biscayne. Biscayne's total of $922.
628 came on the night of its Irish
American Classic last July 14.
Flagler's combined matinee and
night handle of $1,314,016 also
broke Biscayne's world mark ot
$1,289,678 set the same day. The
5103,846 bet on the Classic race
tself was a state record.
Zimrah Ensemble
Prepares Concert
For February 23
The Zimrah Ensemble is a choir
and mandolin group sponsored by
the Farband Lebediker Branch.
Janet Robinson is president of the
ensemble, and Joseph P. Zucker-
man is president of the branch.
Rehearsals are held Mondays at
7:30 p.m. in the music room of
the Ida Fisher High School, under
the leadership of Shmuel Fershko,
pianist and composer.
The ensemble and choir are now
preparing for their fifth annual
concert scheduled to take place
Saturday night, Feb. 23. at the Mi-
imi Beach Auditorium. Tickets
are now available.



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Leon Schachter Producing
Yiddish American Revues
Brandt Cinema Theatre, 1229
Washington Avc, is opening the
26lh season of Leon Schachter-
Yiddish American Vaudeville Re-
vues Friday.
Arranged and produced by Mr
chachter and Gitel Stein, the va-
'iety acts and shows will be shown
wice daily: the matinee will be-
!in at 3 o.m. and the evening show
vill start at 9 p.m. with a feature
"ilm attraction before and after
ach stage presentation.
Something new this season will
be original plays featuring Mr.
Schcchter and Mrs. Stein,
An ing attractions sell " A Vaibel of Shabjs" (A Wife for
Saturday) starring Max Perlman;
"Schlimiel Vi Ghesti" (Hey
Schlimiel where are you going?);
"A Chasuna In Shtetl" (A wedding
in town), and "Farzucht Fs Vet
Eich Gefeien" (Try it, you'll like
it).
Group sales arc available, and
arrangements may be made for
theatre paries and fund-raising at
special discount rates.
CARIH Chapter Sets Saturday Art Auction
The North Dadc-Broward Chap-
er of the Children's Asthma Re
earch Institute and Hospital will
lold an art auction Saturday at
Washington Federal, NE 167th St.
and 6th Ave. The viewing will be
leld at 7 p.m. with the auction at 8
p.m.
ALL NEW 1973 EDITION'
DIRECT FROM TEL AVIV!
Sakal Galleries Ltd. of New
Rochelle, N.Y. will piesent the art
works. Refreshments will be
served. Proceeds for the evening
will gofor research and treatment
of severely ill asthmatic children.
For further information call Leiia
Gold.-tein.
mm
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TWO PtKfORMANCES ONLY
Mon. Dec. 24th and Tfcurs. Dee. 27th
8 30 p.m.
MIAMI BEACH AUD'TORIUM
Tickets on Sole et the Ticketron
Outlets at all Sears and Jefferson
Stores, also at M.B. Radio at 1229
Lincoln Road. Tickets are Priced at
S3-55-S6-S7


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Fridav. December 14. 1973
Mcionic Masters were honored at their 25th anniversary
-.ration of the founding of Hibiscus Lodge. The "Quarter-
Century" party was held Nov. 2?, in the lodge auditorium,
Alton Rd., with past masters and civic leaders partici-
g in the ceremonies. Firs! and founding master E.
;t Pallet (center) is shown with Mayor Chuck Hall, c;:r-
ic:.: master, and Walter Fa!k, past master, (right).
Dorothy H. Bartho cf Hollywood, an employee of Victor
Piono 5 Organs, Conn Organ dealer at 300 NW 54th St.,
Miami, received a diploma at graduation ceremonies of the
week-long Conn Organ Retail Sales School in Oak Brook,
II!. Oct. 5 from director of marketing Jack Lewis (center) and
product specialist Larry Roou. who headed the intensive
sales traininq course. The courre, held several t;mes each
year by Conn Organ for sales personnel from the United
Stales and Canada, concentrates on hew electronic organ
rsonnel can better serve their customers' musical
needs through many new teaching aids being built into
Ccnn products.
Jewish National Fund
Governor's Ball
FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL
Sunday, Feb. 3, 1974 6;30 p.m.
For Tickets:
J.KF. OFFICE
420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
538-6464
Pioneer Women
Mark Chanukah
At Meetings
Golda Meir Chapter of Pioneer
Women will hold its annual child
Fescue Chanukah luncheon Sun
lay noon at the Hotel Seville. Guest
, peaker will be Harriet Green.
Council president. Chairman of
the luncheon is (Catherine Lipp-
man, president of the chapter.
Club 2 will hold a regular meet
lug and brunch for paid-up mem
hi rs Monday noon at the Washing
Ion Federal, 1234 Washington Ave
The club will hold its Chanukah
narty celebration honoring Rosr
Vlarcus, Rose Katz and Saral
Sporn. Thursday. Dec. 20, at 7:3r
o.m. at the Financial Federal, 75f
Washington Ave. Regina Bailin will
highlight the program with Yid
li.-h and Hi brew songs. Berth:
I iebmann is club president.
Aviva Chapter was to hold ."
-urmnage sale Thursday and Fri
lay, at 1090 NE 159th St., from f
o 4 p.m. The chapter will hold l
egular meeting Wednesday a'
ioon at th> Washington Federal
33 NF 137th St. Chanukah will
>e celebrated with a traditions'
andlelighting ceremony and re
freshments will be served. Eliz
beth Mongin will lead in the sing
ng of the anthems.
VIcti Giladi, one of Israel's-
-nost versatile parfoimers, will
->e featurad in the National Is-
raeli Chassidic Seng Fe3liva"
Monday. Dec. 24, and Thurs-
day, Dec. 27, at 8:30 p.m. in the
Miami Beach Auditorium. Tick
ets are on sale at Ticketron out
lets in all Sears and Jefferson
Stores and at Miami Beach
ladio 1229 Lincoln Rd.
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Absl Holts, chairmen of the boaid and president of Ihe
Bank of Miami Beach, conara'u'ates William J. Shusel vies
president, after he received three awards in one-week -
from the Elks Club cf Miami Beach, the Op:imi:t Cub of
Miami Beach and the City cf Miami Beach for outstand-
ing service to the Miami Beach community. Daring his six
years with the bank, Shusel ha" been honored 28 times for
outstanding service to the community.
Art Hallcrcn, (lefi) receives national award of the Israel
Hisladrut Campaign from Florida Secretary of State Richard
Stone at the first annual Florida Trade Union Council for
Histadrut scholarship dinner. S'.one was principal speaker
at the Deauville Hctel banquet which honored Hallgren,
execuiive vice president of the Florida state AFL-CIO.
Construction is new well underway on the six-stoiy Holly-
brook Tcwer condominium building at Hollybrook Golf and
lenms Club in Pembroke Pines. The midrise will ultimately
T^Qrv?0 liVing UnitS wilh Frices racing from 523,900
to Sib.9C0. plus full on site recreational facilities including
swimming pool, tennis courts and outdoor shufflsboard
courts. The community will ultimately consist of 62 lowrise
condominium buildings, the Hollybrook Tower, seven rec-
reate areas, a SI million Clubhouse, an 18-hole PGA golf
course, a par three golf course and 14 tennis courts. .
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Born to Rabbi and Mrs. Ephraim (Fred) Silverman of Cleveland,
Ohio, a beautiful daughter, Malka, 6 lbs. 12 ozs. Nov. 28 at Wbunt Sinai
Hospital in Cleveland. Rabbi Silverman, formerly of Miami, is the son
of Mrs. Sara Silverman, 2320 SW 15th St.. and the late Sydney Silver-
man. He is also the grandson of Mrs. Dorothy Model. The baby's ma-
ternal grandparents are Rabbi and Mrs. Uri Heihnan, of Brook, yn, NY

Mrs. Evelyn Blackman, 5741 SW 64th Place, graduates with honors
from Florida International University Saturday. She will now hold the
degree bachelor of social work. Among those who will be present at
the commencement exercises will be Mrs Blackman's staunchest sup-
porters including her husband, Eddie, daughter. Diane, and daughter
and son-in-law Sandy and Sammy Goldstein. The proud family wil
celebrate with a dinner in Ihe graduate's honor Saturday evening.
Stephen N. Horwitz of Miami Beach has received a doctor of m^di-
4ine degree from the Tulane University School of Medicine. Son of Dr.
and Mrs. Michael L. Horwitz, 4510 N. Michigan Avc.. he completed his
medical studies in a new accelerated curriculum program offered by
the Tulane medical school In this program students receive their
M.D.'s after 8% years of study. Twenty-five of the 140 seniors recently
completed the acccl'rated program. The degree was conferred by Dr.
Herbeit E. Lnngenecker. president of Tulane University.
A mixed doubles tennis tournament is scheduled for Sunday at j
Kings Bay Yacht and Country C!ub with action starting at 1:30 p.m.,
according to Mrs. Thelma Jasper, chairman of the club's Ladies Tennis i
( omnvlttee. Schedull iv and keeping scores will he handled by
Leonard and Marge Abrsms. Mrs \brams is chairman of the Kings Bav
activities crmmittce. Club members whose spouses ;ire not t 'nnis play-1
ers are invited to enter the tournament anyhow, and refreshments >
will be served at the court during play,
JWVA Holding
'Nile Club [Site,'
Games Parties
The activites of the Department
%f tiot.aa, Ji'.vi. h Mar veteran
Ladies Auxiliaries in Dade and i
Jroward Oountiis for tliis week
are:
Norrran Brute Broun 174: A
.anus in lit will be he.d Tuesdaj
vening at the Pythian Hall, 460,
rVest Fhglor St.
Mian e.ch 330: A "nite Ciub
lite" will be hi Id Saturday eve
.ii.g at the DiLido Hotel. C.i.
lochwarg, former auxiiiaiy presi-
Lent, i. rh.irman tor t e affai:
hursdaj evening. Dec. 20. a Chan-
kah pa.ty witn the Poat w li be ]
c.ii at tiie American Legion Haii
Hialejh Miami Springs 681:
iii li. Davis, child welfare chair
.an, a.coiii; amid by Anne Mc
ull r. Rae Eh 1 ch, Pau.ine Goid-
nbtrg, Jean Weisntr and Lii.iir
lins.e will vi it th" auxiiia y'
o spon ored ccttage?, Th(
ii m and rhe Fei n Satu d
t tne Sunianu V.an >ng C :itti
unday, Ii..t ...k in, chairman
i -. jt 'd by E\a D Young, pr
:: la Kl< in, B< rtna Mid ,
u ine Go.denbers, will
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tration Ho pitai.
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Mrs. Jerry (Dawna) Berlin looked great in ski clothes in Vail, C"h
Dawr.a jetted back to her South Dade honi" after a few days of skiing
with sister Marcia fa student il the University of Denver), sitter Eliine
(a -indent at the University of Texas), and brother, Jan Pozin. of Jack
sonvi'le. Meanwhile. Jerry Berlin met Dawna out west and flew back
to Miami with her. although he skinned t'i!' ski slopes, his latest
"sports" Interert i> backgammon. On the flight home (returning from
Las Vfegas) were fellew Miamians Marlene and Marshall Furshman.
Geri and Ron Levitt and Shirley and Art Seltzer, all of whom also re-
cently have taken an interest in becksammon. A challenge match is
in the makins. with probable setting the soon to-open Miami Unicorn
'flub where Soli MoustakI and Don Kahn, on the board of governors
with Jerry and R-n. have agreed to give charter members lessons in
backgammon. Soli has won a number of recent tournaments.
*
Women's American Organization for Rehabilitation through Train-
ing. (OUT) with over 100.0C0 members continues to grow at a dramatic
rate. On July 1, CCtT began a pilot year in the establishment of District
VI. This district will be represented by regions and chapters from
Alabama. Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana. Mississippi, North
Carolina. South Carolina and Tennessee. Miami has been selected as the
seat of District VI, and this week at the Dupont Plaza Hotel, the
district conference was held to elect a steering committee chairman
and appoint committees. Mrs. Edward Light will head the delegation
from Brcward County. Also attending were the Mesdames Russell Paul,
lay Rosen. Bprnie Chazin. Selwyn Kent, Louis Berg. Herbert Wormser.
Edward Goldstein. Robert Golden, Fay Rose, David Zugrr-an, Samuel
Press, Harvey Buchsbaum, Bernard Goldman and Herman Bookman.
*
A patriotic theme prevailed at Cedars of Lebanon Health Care Cen-
ter's 12th anniversary ball Saturday night at the Fontainebleau Hotel,
and Mrs. Harry L. Lewis (Hazel) said the red, white and blue stream-
ers on each tab'c were meant to bring on a "Stand up and cheer for
Cedars" feeling among the guests. Board chairman Harry L. Lewis was
all aglow as he explained to Maurice Gusman, Sen. and Mrs. George
Smathers and the W. Sloan McCreas that the three new Cedars build-
ings at the Civic Center were nearing completion. Al Pallot and his
titian-haired "Honey" enjoyed the Rodney Dangerfield monologues
Shared their table with the Don G. Nichols the Alex Gordons and
the Dr. Jack Witkoffs. Ball chairman John H. O'Neil and S. K. Bron
stein president, headed the receiving line, welcoming the black-tie
gue-ts At the ONeil table were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ludwig, Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert G. Paige, the Murray Woods and Roger Somans.
"Sandy" Bronstein's happy group included Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L
Davis the Sheldon Turners and Sol Wallaces. Hospital vice chairman
David (and Ruth) Stu/in had a VIP assemblage at his table including
Commissioner and Mrs. Edward C. Fogg, Mayor and Mrs. Maurice Ferre
and the M R. Harrisons. Judge Irving Cynen's party was wined by
Mr and Mrs Edward J. Gerrits (he's building the new buildings) son
Patrick and the Max Safras. The Coral Gables contingent included the
Joseph A GPifi-lds. the Lou Goldmans Dr. Joseoh Rbinis, Dr. Eugene
Komrads and (he Dr. Leonard Brodskys. Mrs. Eve /.inner (^'s ores..
dent of Cedars Auxiliary) and Dr. Doran Z. in a h-ige ye'vet tux-ia-kct.
were seated nt the Ham- Lewi tob'e Mr. and Mrs. Er-hraim Ht*-rt
(he's the arrhi'ert-designer of Cedars S73 million exnansion) sat with
associate arches Mr. and WiUii"T, H*vn" ,he AU "T
fc! d Mrs. Irvin Kor,ch. and Mr. and Mrs. W.'lian, D. An-
drew*'a IrWv ring-ide M* *""d Morris and Bea L.oidns ,n,nrt hv
the Bob Z. Greenes, the Nat Gumenicks and Mr. and Mrs. Maun Wally.
Kenneth Glancy, r. veteran
of JO years in the record indus-
try, has been named president
and chief executive officer of
RCA Records, accoiding to an
announcement made by Howard
R. Hawkins, executive vice presi-
, succeeds Rocco M. Lagineatra
who wi.l continue in an execu-
tive capacit) within the RCA
co-porate staff.
to &
Frrd B. Hartnett of Coral
Tob'-s was e.ected chairman of
the Greater .Miami Traffic Asso-
..ut.u.. tor me currint fiscal
year at .t; annual meeting D;c.
i Mr. Hartnett mcceeds R M. Morgan, who wai e.ected
charm; n It. Hardy Mitheson
reelected secretary-treasurer.
The association Is a n tn-profit,
,i .i :. ireau, supported
bj city, & ii'i'y. industrial and
commcrci I inl esl
Sylvan never, president of
:c. and [
editor of the Miami Mews, has
i Hu i v 5<>rj bo nd i-f J i
i N i nal Bank of Miami
..!:.
-'
The Graduate club, a social
i : lc organ zati in to sin le
i in their 20- and
will I atu e "Snuff." Mi-
an i's danceable and listenab]
id, c assicall) trained
.- at its n e< ting in 1 h
:.. i anl Sun-
Having a ball at the Cedars of Lebanon 12th Anniversary
Ball are (top pho'.o) Mr. and Mrs. .Harry L. Lewis (left) and
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Leibow of Sharon, Maw. Dr. and Mrs.
Doran Zinner (center photo, left) and Dr. and Mrs. Eugene
Komrad were among the 600 guests at the gala celebration.
Lower photograph shows Judge Irving and Hazel Cypen be-
ing greeted by John H. O'Neil, Jr., chairman of the event.
day evening. Registration will
begin at 7 p.m.; fee for first!
meeting includes one year mem-
hip. Bachelor's degree is re-
quired for men
:
Linda M. Elf man. former edi-
tor of the Miami Beach Daily
Sun-Reporter, has joined Woody
Kepner Associates, Inc., Miami-
New York Curacao public rela-
tions agency, as an account rep-
resei tative. She has been
ned to the agency's account
team currently implementing a
national and international public
relations program for the Eden
Roc Hotel, Miami lleach.
ix i*
An Israeli psychic who bends
metal with brain waves made
appearance at Miami Dade Com-
munity College South on Nov.
29. I'ri Geller demonstrated his
psychokinetic powers and gave
a talk "' psycho-energetic forces
in the Gibson Health Center.

&
A-
Hal Cohen, executive director
of the Miami Beach Tourist De-
velopment Authority, will be in-
stalled as president of the South
Florida chapter, Public Rela-
tions Society of America at 6:30
p.m. Wednesday at the Miami
Lakes Country Club other new-
lj el cted officers of PRSA in-
clude David Pearson, vice presi-
dent: Susan euman, secretary;
C. I". Smith, treasurer; Ruth Kas-
sewitz and Rona'd Levitt, assem-
bly delegates, and Lynn Clarke.
Roger Reece, Bill Kofi id, Bill
; umerford, EvereW Clay, Jack
Francis and Wlckl Wilson, d
tors,
MM5SAH
MEMBERS
FROM K'EW YORK
MEW JERSEY,
CHICAGO AND
EVERY OTHER
HADASSAH TOWN
FLORIDA HADASSAH
welcomes you during your
stay here!
A brand new WINTER
RESIDENTS SERVICING
PROGRAM enables all
paid-up Hadassah mem-
bers to be "visiting
members" AT NO ADDI-
TIONAL COST.
Just fill out the form below
to be welcomed by the
chapter or group nearest
vou.
MA'L TO:
Miami Beach Chapter
of Hadassah
15CC Bay Road S. No. LI 16
Miami Beach, Fla. 33139
Miami Chapter of Hadassah
5611 SW. 64th Place
Miami, Fla. 33143
All other areas:
Florida Region of Hadassah
7421 SW. 5th Street
Plantation, Florida 33134
name
address in Florida
length of stay
name chaprer-group


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fJenisfj fkrkitor
Friday, December 14. 1973
Sylvan Lebow To Speak Here
On fcThe Anatomy of Prejudice'
Sylvan Lebow. of Ncv York,
executive director of the National
federation of Temple Brother-
hoods, will speak on "The Anatomy
ol Prejudice: Its Cause and Cure"
at three Miami area temples.
Sunday morning. Dee. 2.1. he
wi:l address a Brotherhood break-
fast meeting at Temple Beth El,
Hollywood. Friday night, Dec. 28,
he will K've the sermon at Sabbath
services at Temple Beth Am in
South Miami. Sunday morning,
Dec. 30, he will talg at a Brother-
hood breakfast meeting at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach.
Mr. Lebow will illustrate his
lecture with some recent TV spot
films he produced. The meeting
Luncheon Proceeds
For Medical Center
The annual Hadassah Medical
Oiganization benefit luncheon of
the Golda Meir Group of Hadas-
sah, Women's Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, will be held
Wednesday noon in the Mediter-
ranean Room of the Doral Beach
Hotel, Miami Beach.
CARIH Chapters Plan
Annual Rike-A-Thon
Lorber Chapter of the Children's
\sthma Research Institute and
Hospital, jointly with the Gift of
Life Chapter will present the first
annual
day at
iliami Dado Junior College, from
* to 4 p.m.
Miami Beach Council, BBW,
Planning Chapter Programs
The Miami Beach Council, B'nai at 1 p.m. in the social hall. Mrs,
CARIH bike-a-thon, Sun- B'rith Women, meets the first Tues- Jennie Applcrouth will light the
the South Campus of the daymMhe monflT'at 12:15 p.m. -flt; Chanukah carTdles and Pat Gale
Chase Federal, 41st St. Mrs. Flora j will entertain. Miss Gertrude Kas-
H. Sinick is in charge of publicity' don is president,
and Mrs. Milton Sands is president.'
There will be refreshments and
favors and a Schwinn bicycle for
the most money collected. All
proceeds will go to the home in
Chai Chapter will meet Sunday.!' Coral Gables Handicap To
Dec. 23, for a Chanukah luncheon
at noon in the Cadillac Hotel. Guest
speaker will be Mrs. Jay Dermer.
Denver, the country's largest asth- Miss Helen Silverstein is chapter
ma facility. For further infonna-' president.
'..on contact Mrs. Robert Garvett
>r Mrs. Alien Abelson.
Ballet Concerto Presented
Miami Beach Music and Arts
League will present Ballet Con-
certo Saturday evening, Dec. 29.
Hatikvah will meet Tuesday at
12:30 p.m. in the American Savings,
1200 Lincoln Rd. Mrs. Harry Good-
man is president.
Lincoln will meet Tuesday at
noon at Sambo's, 6900 Collins Ave,
Mrs. Leonore Sandier is president.
North Shore will meet Monday a m
Be TropicaS's Feature Race
The colorful turf course will be
the scene of this week's feature
race at Calder Race Course. Satur-
day's highlight is the $20,000 added
Coral Gables Handicap, a journey
of 1 1/16 miles for three year olds
and older.
Ten races are the daily fare at
Calder Race Course. Sundays are
dark. Gates open weekdays at 11
on
Mrs. Sima Kraun is chairmai
and .Mrs. David Coleman, wife of
the president of the Miami Beach
Chapter pf the American Red
Afagen David for Israel (Israel
Red Cross agency), is cochair
man.
The luncheon, which is open
to the public, will feature Mrs
Sherman Fast, past president of
the Miami Beach Chapter ol
Hadassah, as speaker. Vocalist
Elsa Zigler heads the entertain-
ment program, with Helen Skol
nick as accompanist.
Mrs. Aaron Shapiro, president
of the group named in honor of
Israel's first woman prime minis
ter, said reservations may be made
by telephoning Mrs. Coleman or
Mrs. Braun.
Proceeds of the luncheon will
benefit the Hadassah-Hebrew Uni-
versity Medical Center in Jeru
salem, which served hundreds of
Israeli militaiy men injured in
the Yom Kippur War.
Dec. 30 will be followed by a
luncheon workshop of the South-
east Federation of Temple Broth-
erhoods.
The NFTB comprises 500 Re-
form temple Brotherhoods with
"5,000 members throughout the
United States, Canada, and
ibroad and is affiliated with the
'nion of American Hebrew Con-
jugations.
Mr. Lebow also serves as ex-
tutive director of the Jewish
hautauqua Society, the Brother
loods' edu''ional project for
iiterfaith understanding. He is
he editor of Brotherhood Maga
ine and has produced 30 motion
ictures about Judaism.
and a half hour earlier
The Ballet Concerto Company is at 1 p.m. in the Washington Fed- Saturdays and holidays. Horses go
under the direction of Sonia Diaz, eral- 1133 Normandy Dr. Mrs.. postward shortly after one in the
Betty Schaffer is president. afternoon with starting time for
Martha Delpino and Eduardo Re-
calt.
Roney Plaza wi'l meet Tuesday the fir=t race at 1:15 p.m.
OUR 27th SEASON
BLUE STARS SEVEN CAMPS
of
New Jersey Club Plans
Meeting and Installation
The Hudson County Club
New Jersey in Florida will hold its
next meeting Thursday, Dec. 20 at
8 p.m. at American Savings and
Loan Bldg.. 1200 Lincoln Rd. The
club will hold its installation, show
and dance at the Balmoral Hotel
Saturday evening, Jan. 12.
CARPETS DRAPERIES
VINYL EL00RS
ROYAL CARPET SALES
141 SW 57th AVE.
SHOP AT HOME SERVICE
FREE ESTIMATES
CALL: 266-2190
Akerinaii, Mandel
Purchase Private
Resort Facility
The Flamingo Residence Club,
in exclusive private resort facility
*ith almost 300 feet of ocean
rontage, has been purchased by
Lawrence Abeiman and Ernie
Mandel, Miami investors and re-
ort operators.
Abeiman was a principal in the
Carriage House, a hotel-apartment
.-omplex on Collins Avenue, and
Mandel has been active in Florida
teal estate.
The property at 58th Street and
"ollins Avenue will be called the
Flamingo Club Hotel. Veteran
lotelier Neal Lang has been named
as its managing director.
"We dropped the word 'resi-
dence' from the name and have
opened the property to the public,
but we will continue to maintain
the dub-like atmosphere and serv-
ice usually found only in a private
club," Aberman explains.
The plush hotel features a
private marina, ocean-fronting |
tennis courts, cabanas, swimming
pool, anda new restaurant called I
the "Betsy." Its 102 accommoda- I
tions include more suites than ho- i
tel rooms.
The property was recently re-
furbished at a cost of more than
half a million dollars.
$
#
Newest
Men's
Fashions
New
Shipments \f
Daily
THI 0IOIHAl
AONf AMO owr aSSSt
ustitifjurke
WHOLESALERS OUTLET
Now a LHviwrn ol J P Moraan Ambcuik inc.
BETTER MEN'S CLOTHING
"You'll Be Fitted To Perfection''
FAMOUS BRANDS-CUT PRICES
Suits. SlKkJ. iMrts CMla. SMrtt
591 N. W. 26th ST.. MIAMI
(Our only tacaUortl) Parking In Rear
(corner ol 6lh Ava i 2rh SI. lacing 1-95)
in ine Heart of ine Wholesale Gafnenl D.iuici
Open Dally 9:30 U> r.:30 Sunday II to 4.
Phone: S7t-S7M '
FOR GIRLS and BOYS
in the Rlue Ridge Mountains
Hendersonville, North Carolina 28739
invites
Campers (7 to 17 years of age ) Parents and Staff
to attend the
Annual Get-Together
to be held for the South Florida Area
SUN., DEC. 23rd
AT THE DUP0NT PLAZA HOTEL, BISCAYNE BLVD., MIAMI
ft ft ft ft ft ft
2:30 P.M. 4:30 P.M. (AFTER DOLPHIN GAME)
Jor New and Prospective AND for former campers,
Campers and Parents parents and staff
REFRESHMENTS WILL BE
SERVED AT 4 P.M.
ft ft ft ft ft ft
PLEASE CALL-8541970 or 3611485 E0R RESERVATIONS
OR AN APPOINTMENT INTERVIEW
"& ft ft ft ft ft
^"JfiSVSSSzS^fS! AND R0DGER POPKIN, WILL BE IN THE GREATER MIAMI
AREA AT THE COMMODORE CLUB ON KEY BISCAYNE FROM DEC. 3-31 CAIL FOR AN
APPOINTMENT OR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 361-1485
BLUE STAR'S SEVEN COMPLETE AND CREATIVE PROGRAMS ARE UMITED
TO 100 CAMPERS E0R EACH AGE GROUP IN
Pioneer Boys 4th, 5th and 6th Grades*
Pioneer Girls 4th, 5th and 6th Grades'
$
Serve Yuban.. .The
Ultimate In Coffee
At this time of year, when you
, usually want to outdo yourself with
holiday planning, we suggest serv-
ing the ultimate in coffee Yu-
ban, the premium brand of General
i Foods.
Known among our people as the
j "Simcha" coffee, Yuban has won
I for itself a very special place inj
i the perfectionist Jewish home.
Yuban is famous for its deep.
i rich flavor, from carefully selected
Colombian coffee beans which are
harvested in their prime, and care-
fully mellowed to perfection .
to bring you a unique kind of cof-
fee enjoyment.
Share Yuban with your yom tor
glieaU. It's kosher. And comes In-
stant or Regular.
Yuban coffee ... a definite
"must" on your holiday shopping
list.
Counselor Trainees (25 Boys and Girls)
12th Grade'
Junior Camp (48 Girls and Boys)
1st, 2nd and 3rd Grades*
'as of the Fall of 1974
Six Weeks or & Eight Weeks
"^1
Senior Boys 7th, 8th and 9th Grades
Senior Girls 7th, 8th and 9th Grades*
Prep CTs 75 Boys and Girls
10th and 11 Grades*
Campers May Enroll For A- Four Weeks
COME TO THE DUPONT TO:
Meet the Directors
See our 1974 NEW Film Presentation
Ask Questions
Talk with Camp Friends
Enjoy Refreshments
Renew Friendships with Staff
Make Personal Appointments
^# Get the Facts about Our 27th Season
// parents or campers emH attend, please senator our 1974
catalogue and literature-
BLUE STAR CAMPS
Kanuga Road, P.O. Box 1029
Hendersonville, N.C. 28739
or Call
J52SS" (Du""9 ^mber only
mEEEPZ*' GreatM Mlami ice
^^,--------^SZSS^ZS!^S!lS^(Co11 Collect)
$
$


December 14, 1973
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Bar Mitzvah
Donna Kitis
Steven Steinberg
Abramson Succeeds Everhart As
[Ionic Builders Assn. President
Tair.ara landau
TAMABA LANDAU
mara A. Landau, daughter of
Li and Mrs. Sol Landau. 9125
|77th Avc, will observe her
[Mitzvah Saturday. Dec. 15.
celebrant is in the eighth
at South Miami Junior High
and is in the Hebrew grade
Beth David Religious School
she has attended for eight
She is a member of the
na Chapter of the United
Igogue Youth and of the Jun-
Choir.
nara will be honored at a
Dtion to be held at Beth David.
ng guests will be her grand-
kef, Mrs. H. Landau of Miami
k 6
STEVEN STEINBERG
|rven, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Steinberg, will be Bar Mltz-
during Saturday morning
ces at Kneseth Israel Congre-
Dec. 15.
celebrant is in the eighth
at the Hebrew Academy.
Ken will be honored at the
ash following the ceremony.
ny Entertainment
jiere will be a Chanukah party
16 Mooring Condominium rec-
|en house in North Miami
ch Thursday evening, Dec. 20.
prtainment will be provided
"The Three Generations" and
ist Helen Skolnik.
BAR MITZVAH
YOUNG MAN
Nationally Known
Manufacturers...
FINE DOUBLE KNITS.
POLYESTER BLENDS,
VELVETS IN
TIMELY SOLIDS
Plus Accessories
DORWIN'S
1572 WASHINGTON AVE.
532-4061
, and at a formal luncheon later in
the day. Among guests will be Mi.
and Mrs. Arnold Newman of New
Je spy and Mr. and Mrs. Solomon
V.'eiss of Canada.
it & it
TODD NE1DORF
Saturday services Dec. 15 at )
; Temple Beth El will include the
| Bar Mitzvah of Todd, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Neidorf.
1v,ud is in the eighth grade at
1 McNicol Middle School. His par-
i ents will honor him at the Oneg
Shabbat Friday evening.
Among guests will be Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Sciocly. Mrs. Sylvia
Klanion, Miss Ruth Shore. Mr.
I and Mrs. Jack Resniek. Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Orenberg, Mrs. Mae
Burd. Mrs. Shirley Rosenberg,
Mrs. Ethel Levin of Philadelphia.
Pa., and Mrs. Edward Kleiman.
Wilmington. Del.
a a &
DONNA KI'iTS
Donna Anne, daughter of Mrs.
Inez Kitts. will observe her Bat ,
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
; services, Dec. 15 at Temple Beth
j Am.
Donna attends South Miami Jun-1
1 ior High School where she is a I
! member of the Student Couscil.
: and has received her religious and
i Hebrew education at Beth Am.
She ha* been the recipient of sev-
; eral physical fitness and swimming
awards.
Mrs. Kitts will honor her daugh-
ter at the luncheon following the |
Bat Mitzvah ceremony. Among (
guests will be the celebrant's j
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Pinchal of Miami. Alo Keith Pin-
eha] of Guadalajara Jolisco, Mex..
Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller of Brook- :
lyn. and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Eisner
of Los Angeles.
JAMES FRIED
Saturday morning services Dec.
15 at Beth Torah Congregation
will include the Bar Mitzvah of I
James, son of Mrs. Lolly Fried and
Stanley Fried.
James is in the eighth grade at |
John F. Kennedy Junior High j
School and is now a student in j
the pre-confirmation class of Beth
Torah's Harold Wolk Religious
School. He has served as presi-
dent of the pre-United Synagogue
Youth.
The celebrant will be honored
at the Kiddush following the serv-
ice. Among guests will be Rae'
Fried. Leila and Myron Gross, all j
f Miami.
STEVEN GOODMAN
Saturday morning, Dec. 15. in
the main sanctuary of Temple Ner
Tamid, Steven Leonard, son of Mrs.,
Eileen Goodman, will be Bar Mitz |
vah.
Steven is a student of Ner Tamid
leligious School and attends Nau-
tilus Junior High School. He is in
the Ner Tamid Junior Choir, the
Symphonic Band, and plays for the
Junior Bowling League, Soccer
League and the Little League.
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
ice.
Steven's maternal grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kagan.
STEVI ABRAMSON
Be Sure To Look
For Fleischmann's
As Chanukah approaches, you're
bound to be particular about the
Ingredients you use in meal prep-
aration. Which is why clever cooks
'round the country rely so heavily
on Fleischmann's Margarine.
Why is this product so special,
you ask? In a word it's the taste.
The taste of Fleischmann's Sweet
Unsalted Margarine has made it a
favorite in many Jewish homes
And because it's kosher, you're as-
sured of unmistakable purity.
Remember, too, that Fleisch-
mann's is made with 100 per cent
com oil. thus making it high in
polyunsaturates, and very healthy
for your family.
For those who prefer a lightly
salted spread for serving, let us
say, with cooked vegetables
you'll want to have Fleischmann";
lightly salted margarine on hand.
Whichever you prefer, be sure
you look for the name "Fleisch
mann's" in the frozen food section
of your favorite store.
Hepatitus kept Steve Abramson
oi West Palm Beach from being
installed as piwidcuUttJ t!u Flor
Ida Home Build r v socl iti n al
its recenl meeting in Miami Beach
Bui it hasn't k; pt him from pr
I leadership necessary to
establish the goals he has set fot
home builders' activities in 1074.
Abramson, past president of the
Contractors ..n.i Builders Associa-
tion (it Palm Beach County, sue
cceds Lee Everhait of Tallshass i
is president of the 5,000 member
I HBA. Everhart was recently in-
stalled as president of the Fl irida
Chamber of Commerce.
His programs for the coming
yea:' include active participation
in state land use and growth
, policy.
"Only
I builders,
Tampa, second vice president;
Ralph DeMeo ol Opa-Locka. treas-
urer; and Joe Napier of P
secretary.
Also serving on the association's
executive committee are area vice
presidents II. 11. Carnathan, Ft.
Walton Beach; Ted Douglas,
Gainesville: Herb Ross, Orlando;
William P. Storm, Wesl Palm
Beach: Eugene Werner, v Port
Richey; Anunon Schrock, Sai
and Leonard Miller, Hollywood.
Associate member vice presi-
dents include Ken Boles. Fl. Wal-
ton Beach; Carmel Morris, Jack-
sonville; Ron Gaffe, Orlando;
James Howell, Boca Raton; Joe
Kemp, Tampa: Paul Hay, Ft My-
ers; and Phyllis Finney, Ft. l.au-
!i rdale.
by cooperation among
ecologies and govern
n-ent are we going to be able to
plan for the growth that Florida
ill experience in the next few
decades." Abramson said.
Other officers elected include
lack C. Demetree of Jacksonville,
first vice president: Leo Nagle of
USY Country Store
The Junior and Senior USY of
Temple Or Olom will open a
"Country Store" with bargain^ ga-
lore Sunday starting at 11 a.m. All
proceeds will go to the Israel
Fniergency Fund.
II
S8
U3@I!3L&^1D
Camps
Separate Camps of Distinction
for Boys and Girls on beautiful
Reflection Lake
In the Heart of the Pocono Mountain! of
Northeastern Pennsylvania
Marshall! Creek, Pa. 11335
ANNOUNCES LIMITED OPENINGS FOR
MIAMI AREA CAMPERS
Unexcelled Direction tor 39 years in the Finest Tradition under same owner-
ship. Nation Wide Enrollments including Campers trom Florida. Ga Tex..
Mexico City. North Carolina, Calif.. Maryland. Pa.. N J NY New England
and Canada.
All inclusive Camp Fee Includes Round Trip Jet Transportation and Baggage
via Eastern Air Lines Total Trip is 2 hours.
Campers are 5 16 Camper Waiter S, CIT Programs Boys & Girls 16+ or
11th grade.
Dietary Laws Observed No stall gratuities.
Maxwell House... A |
Traditional Choice
There are man> beautiful tradi-
tions the family enjoys at this time
of year.
One which has been faithfully
followed for over half a century
in Jewish homes is the serving of
Maxwell House Coffee. That's be-
cause it's "good to the last drop"
flavor hasn't varied over the years!
Both family and guests know you
care when your choice is delicious
Maxwell House Coffee. At meals,
or in between, everyone enjoys
a truly cheering holday cup of Max
well House Coffee.
Make sure you have plenty I
handy, when planning for the noli j
day. Maxwell House Coffee in both '
instant and regular, is certified,
kosher the year 'round.
Old-Fashioned
LATKA PARTY
Son. Dec. 16 7 p.m.
Anshe Emes Synagogue
2533 S.W. 19th Ave., Miami
Entrance by $1.50 Donation
"THE ULTIMATE IN FINE PRIVATE CAMPING"
13 magnificent new all weather championship tennis courts with
night lights.
Nationally ranked tennis pro plus 10 instructors.
Outstanding water skiing program 3 motor boats new 35 ft. ski |ump.
Theatre workshop Nationally acclaimed, dance & gymnastics.
Extended canoe trips and sailing programs 25 sailboats.
4 indoor regulation Brunswick bowling lanes.
9 hole golf course professional instruction.
English and Western riding 7 miles ol trails.
Ham radio and electronics, photography, rocketry, fencing and karate.
Superb international staff.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT THE DIRECTORS
IN MIAMI AT 758-9454 or OUR MIAMI REPRESENTATIVE
Mrs. Jack (Nancy) Davis. 11042 Paradella Avenue,
Coral Gables. Fla. Tel. 665 7923 or 665-9147
CAMP REUNION SUNDAY
DECEMBER 16. 1973
Past, Present and prospective campers, parents and staff
are cordially invited to attend our annual CAMP REUNION
on Sunday, December 16, 1973, 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at
the LUAU RESTAURANT, 1755 79th Street Causeway, Miami-
Beach. 1973 Color Slides, entertainment and bargeque
luncheon. For Reservations call 665-7923 or 758-9454.
Winter Office
POCONO HIGHLAND CAMPS
N. W. (oi. Castor Ave. a Gilharn Sf.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19149 (215) JEJ-1557
Directory Mrs Eaik I Weinberg. Mr. Louis P. Member*. Dr. Robert J. Weinberg
Membert of American Camping Association. Association of Private Camps
BAL KOREAH
NEEDED
Person needed to conduct ser-
vices for Friday Evenings, Sat-
urdays and Holidays. Must be
able to read the Torah for
small congregation at Miami
Jewish Home and Hospital for
the Aged. Call Mr. Lichtstein
at 751-8626.
Camp Barney Medinr^
. ACampWhereJuddi'sm Is Alive!
You Can't Afford Not To Give Your Child This Experience
ATLANTA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER Announces limited enrollment for Camp
Barney Medintz for Greater Miami Campers. Interested Parents, Campers and Friends will
hold a meeting at the Greater Miami Y.M.H.A. on December 23rd>t 1:00 p.m.
For further information, call 534-6556 after 6 00 p.m.
Steven H. Krams director
Formally, asst. director U.A.H.C. Camp Colcman;
Youth Director Temple Israel and Temple Beth Sholom, Miami. Regional
Director Youth Midwest U.A.H.C.
1745 Peachtree Road. N E Atlanta, Georgia 30309


Pace 10-C
*Jewlsti ncrldliar
Friday, December 14, 1973
Citizens Federal Opening
Miami Beach Branch Office
The Hotel Division of the Grcatei
Miami Jewish Federation's 1974
CJA-IEF campaign sponsored an
Imrortanl parloi meeting late last
month at i> k-v Harbor Islands
home of Gerald Miller. Among
thoso hotel men in attomianr?
were (above, left to light) Jerry
OHn of the Seville; Robert Grader
of the Monaco; Jerry Sussman of
the Carillon, and Mel Paul of the
Saxony. Federation vice president
Harry B. Smith (lower photo, eon
ter) presents ^ special Aliyah'
Srnlnture Award to Joel Gray
(left) of the Doral Beach Hotel,
honoring him as a Pacesetter of
the CJA-IEF, a~ host Gerald Miller
of Howard Johnson's, Hollywood
watches.
Prof. Sandier To
Lecture Sunday
Al Temple Israel
-The Garden of Ed n Stoi
I ted" will be the lecture to be
morning by Prol
Robi rl Sandli r as pa i of th<
Gn ii, id Adult im titute al T. ra
Pie Israel oi
Gn ater Miami.
Active in the
innovation and
teaching of Jew
ish literature
courses at the
University ()f
.Miami in recent
years, Dr. Sand-
ier has been a
member of th<
English Depa't.
ment since 1956
and has been
honored by campu.- organization
as an outstanding teacher.
Prof. Sandier is one of a num.
ber of local professors who are
distinguishing themselves nation
ally in the area of Jewish studies.
He has published a number ot
articles relating to Biblical study
and to American Jewsih life and
literature.
Single tickets are available for
the lecture which begins at 1G
o'clock.
Prof. Sandier
Hebrew Cultural Forum
Sets Chanukah Program
The Hebrew Cultuial Forum of
Dade County will hold its month
ly meeting Wednesday at 2 p.m
at the American Savings and Loan.
Alton and Lincoln Rds.. with Leon
Segal presiding.
The program will include the
lighting of the candles and chant-
ing of Chanukah hymns. Cantor
Zvi Adler of Temple Emanu-El
Will offer a program of Chanukah
and Israeli musical numbers, and
Rabbi Abraham Ben-Hillel will
deliver a lecture of the signifi-
cance of the Chanukah Festival
this year.
Hclidu/ Music and Social
For Community Singers
Misi Bi a< h Community Sing-
rs \,.\ : d a I hanukah
'''' '' socii I evening featuring
I itar conceit by
'''"' '*' ky and Albert Men-
lc'<>" a music for dan
fag, and r eshn ent, from 8 to
11 p.m. Si i irday, Dec. 22 at Wash-
ngton Federal, 12C4 Washington
ive.
Nathan Auerbach is president,
)ebb:e Raichl n. social director,
nd .Mildred Shuman, publicity d.-
ector.
Citizens Fed sral Savings and
,oan Association "f Metropolitan
Miami lias received approval from
the Federal Home Loan Bank
Board to open an office in .Miami
Beach the eighth location for
the 21-year-old financial institution.
David Stuzin, chairman of the
hoard and president, uid that the
association anticipates opening the
newest brani !> at 2209 Co'lins Ave.,
in ih" Holiday Inn building, later
Ihi-- month.
Th additi in of Ihe Miami ''each
branch will [i ''< associati m I i-
rations from South Dade I i the
Lauderhil! rd County.
The Miami Beach location will
be temporal \ he added. Future ex-
pansion will lead to a larger loca-
tion in the general area.
Richard Marin, property mana-
ger, has air adv begun the interior
and exterior decor for the eighth
branch.
Addition of the Miami Beach lo-
ation will give ever greater im-
pact to Citizens Federal during
1974, which is already expected
to be a milestone year for the as-
sociation. It will mark the opening
of the firm's new headquarters -
an 11-storj building at 999 Brick
I .11 Ave.. Miami.
The $6-milIion 110,000 so ft.
buildin*! i- ni und r coi
lion. Citizi ral will occupy
the fir t five floors plus the pen'
house with :' .i 6 10 available to
local, national and internation: 1
firms.
The unique Brickell Avenue
headquarters desi ned by Mor-
ris Lapidua Associates will ac-
tually reflect Biscayi Bay and the
urrounding area through the use
)f reflecth I The opening of
'he building ne> will high
'ight the expansion of Citizens Fed-
ral in a two-county South Florida
DAVID STUZIN
area.
Citizens Federal, chartered in
March cf 1952 with $250,000 in as-
sets, had assets of S171 million as
of June. 1973. Assets as of Dec.
I v., re approaching the S180 mil-
tark.
'IT, a ociation now has offices
tl rough ml Dade and Broward
countii in Miami at 830 Brickell
in th Central shopping
i'l a : in Hialeah at 400 Hialeah
I on Palm Sp i igs Mile; irr
South Dade at Kend ill Lakes, and
ward County ai the Univer-
-" lall in Pembr P es and
the Laud) rhill Mall in LauderhilL
This is growth thai makes its
four ler, stuzin who was alreadjl
1 icted CPA ii Miami when
the association was chartered i
look forward eagerly to 1974 as
us hi'.: milestone year.
Multi-Media Exhibit Opens
At Lowe-Levinson Dec. 15
A multi-media exhibition of
culpture. paintings and silver
ewelry by artist Rolfe Nyberg will
;pen at the Lowe-Levinson Art
iallery of Temple Beth sholom
U44 Chise Ave.. Miami Beach
-ocktail reception from 8 to 11
Saturday evening, Dec. 15, with a
).m.
The exhibition will be on view
through Jan. 3. The gallery hours
ic Monday through Friday froir
) a.m. to 5 p.m Friday evenings
from 8 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. and
aturdavs and Sundays from 9 a m
'o 12:30 p.m.
Richard Suarez, piano soloist
will be featured on the all star
show headed by Jan Peerce
Dec. 22-23 at the Miami Beach
Auditorium. Tickets for the
show, which is being sponsored
by the Yeshiva Day School, are
available at the auditorium box
office, Sears, Jefferson Stores,
Allegro Music House in Coral
Gables and all Ticketron loca-
tions.
Card Party Luncheon
Tuesday at 12:30 p.m., the B'nai
B'rith Women's Sunshine Chapter
will have a chicken luncheon an.1
card party to benefit its Children's
Homes and Hospitals at the First
Federal, 18301 Biscayne Blvd.
Chairman is Mrs. Sidney Simon.
Mrs. Joseph Morgan is president.
Roosevelt Knights Meet
Roosevelt Lodge 177. Knights of
Pythias, will meet Monday at 8
p.m. at Pythian Hall, 4601 W. Flag-1
ler SL
Crown Hotel Center Of
Lubavitcher Festivities
The Crown Hotel was to be the
enter jf the celebration marking
he 175th anniversary of Rabbi
chneur Zalman of Liadi's release
cm a Czarist pri on. The festiv
ties to be held Thursday at 8:30
o m. were to feature an address
by the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi
Menachem M. Schneerson ot
Brooklyn, whose talk was to be
leard in major Jewish commu
lities around the world through a
live telephone hookup.
Rabbi Abaham Korf is the re-
!ional director of the Lubavitch
ilovemei.t here in Florida.
Rabbi Baumgard To Speak
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard
Jewish Chautauqua Society lecturer
at the University of Miami, wil'
'-peak at the monthly Brotherhood
breakfast in the Youth Lounge Sun
day at 9:30 a.m. He will describe
the work of the society, main
thrust of which is to correct mis-
conceptions and present the true
facts about Jews and Judaism. Ad-
mission is free to Brotherhood
members.
Third Century' To
Be Luncheon Hosts
Third Century U.S.A. will host
ts first community-wide meeting,
i "Holiday Bicentennial Lunch-
eon." in the Assembly Room of the
""nt Plaza Hotel Wednesday at
11:45 a.m.
The Speaker's Bureau of Thin'
Century has shown a slide pies
ntation that gives an overviev
Of its goals and functions to a
number of civic, fraternal, social
religious and governmental organ-
izations throughout the community
Realizing that many citizens may
not belong to any of these organ
izations, the luncheon is planned
a* a means of disseminating in
'ormation about the events and
projects planned and encouraging
citizens throughout the Dade Coun-
ty area to get involved in planning
America's 200th birthday celebra-
tion.
deni ITS S 1 lofo^ firSt eVen* ever held hY lh* ro-
dents n Eton Hall, 5313 Collins Ave., to support the Greater.
Miami ewish Federation's CJA-IEF campaign. Outstanding
giving to the 1974 campaign was reported after the break*
lef)! F,9- ^"n gueSlSPaker Rbbi Mayer Abramowitz.
(left) are E^n Hall coordinator Emanuel litlebaum.. general
chairman Henry Salus and cochairman Morris Abramowitz
Florida's Lt. Governor Tom
\dams and a guest from the White
tlouse wi.l be in attendance. A
fresh status report from both
Thid Century and Interama are
items on the agenda.
Interested citizens are urged to
make a reservation by writing or
telephoning: Third Century U.S A
P.O. Box 1976, Miami, 33101.
Construction Of
So. Bell's New
Facility Begun
Construction began last week on
a $16.4 million electronic switch
ing center for Southern Bell.
The building, to be called the
"Red Road Center,"is scheduled
for completion in March of 1975.
It vill be on Red Road (SW 57th
Avenue) between SW 61st St. and
SW 62nd St. The Red Road Cen
ter will provide service to residents
in the area beginning in the Spring
of 1976.
FOR SALE
iobol Palm school area, 3 bed-
2T2.2 ba,hj' ''"* .,
$45,000. No agents. 651-4736 for
appointment.
J. D. Sadler, Southern Bell divi
| sion manager, said the project has
. an estimated cost of $16.4 million
for land, building, equipment and
I cables. The two-story building will
; be of reinforced concrete, with an
exterior facing of light beige brick
and precast exposed beams.
HOUSE FOR SALE
Emerald Hills
Fabulous 3-bedroom, 2-bath
pool home in Hollywood area
with large yard.
Shopping, schools, religious-
facilities and country dub
close-by. Convenient to Mi-
ami. Others available in wide
price range.
Call Ray Barkett, Associate
THE KEYES CO., REALTORS
Dade: 625-8201
Broward: 966-0631
Evenings: 961-5678


December 14, 1973
*J&\ist Fforec/iair
Page 11-C
lie Berman Dead in Israel ne? Shabbos At
?rman, who was execu
or of the Israel Hista
i and Histadrut Foun
>f the Histadrut Campaign to one
if the most significant in the
United States.
He was active in numerous Labor
ioni : organizations, and worked
n behalf of Israel 'Bonds nixl'th'
fnited Jewish Appeal as a volun-
eer dining Israel's 1943, 1956 an1
907 wars.
MOSHt BfRMAN
Florida for more than 10
on the national Hista
ff for 25 years, passed
|Tel Aviv. Nov. 29.
who lived in Palestine
years and was active in
|adrut and Labor Zionist
{it throunhout his adult
jivived by his wife. Yona
^ed to Israel with him five
SURVIVORS include
I'ri, of Los Angeles, and
Conneticut, and a daugh
la Krull, of Houston.
his service in Florida.
I helped coordinate the first
Mid-Winter Conferences o'
ael Histadri't Foundation
instrumental in the growth
IFGM NOT'CE
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
*'TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
i ORinA IN AND FOR
PA DF COI 'NTY
'"BATE rV'SION
'OBATE NO. 73-714-1
'.pnor.F E srMii" i
1TICE TO CREDITORS
Pl ISENFBI l>.
:. I
editor* and ill P ...... ii ..
ni" of Demands Arnlnsl Sa
< hpvi'liv t.,.t'fteil ,,,-,) r. mllr...*
pi a'" 'alms nd di "
mi in i v ho ve ;i."<|ni I hi
11 El RN ROSENFE1 I' '"
..i I.-'.- County, Florida
'lilt'* .'ll'lc -. rtf ll.i.V Conn-
rile the name lo rtnn'ii ate s '
ed in Beclon 7' Flni
In their offlci In the I 'ount)
i mdi c uni i- Fin''''
slendar month* from <<
ih" ffpst publication hereof.
: mo win be haired.
.it Minn Florida, thin '"
' I i'-7"
|hETT id iTHENBERQ
i v !:,.. utor
- notice "ii
' !.....nil""'. 1971
""THENBERG El IGAN &
I'M
or Petitioner
%.'! r Street. Suite l"l
12 14-21
\PT|CF. OF ACTION
? NSTRUCTIVF SERVICE
INO PROPERTY!
C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
II ACTION NO 73-30244
ENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
t.M EU7IAGE !!' '
[COLON.
lAM'KI, COLON,
Bid
HH MANUEL COLON
sidenoe:
J2 i.ollea-e Avenue
onx. New York.
ARE HKHKHY \OTIKIKI>
.. action for Dissolution ol M"-
pas been, filed aealnst you .....'
r< required to serve a c"ny of
vriii.ii defenses, if any. lo ii
|RK CASPER attorney '"" p'-
. -whose address is 238 flecur-
I Bide nn E Flacler St
Fli.! 331.11. nnil file 'he orl-
Vith Ih,- clerk of the ahovi-
[ court on or before Januarv
U: otherwise a default will be
_ urninst you-for the relief Be-
|d in the .-om-'la-mt or netitlon
1 notloe >hU be published once
ek (or four cowecutlve weeks
. JEWISH FLDRTD1AN.
EES8mv hand and the seal "
urt .' M'tv P" i on the
. of December, i !":>.
fSICHAHIi P BRINKER
A* Clerk. Circuit Court
""Parte Countv FVirida
By-A-J RtVAS
Ac Deputy Clerk
.it Court .S*al>
CASPER
; Flaelxr Streti
' Florida s.rrai
ey feKPetitiofier
12/14-21-28 1/4
Sylvia Urlich, executive direc
or of Westchester General Hos
rital for the past seven years,
las been named chairman oi
he Federation of American
iospital's Legislative Commit-
tee, cccording to an announce-
nent made at a recent meeting
of its board of directors. She
presently holds positions in 33
orofessional societies, health-
care and civic organizations.
Candle Lighting Riles
Thursday, Dee. 27. the Miami
lu ine-is and Professional Chapter
if Wnnicn"s American ORT will
pl"hrate Chanukah with its an
mal candMighting. The open
'ioiiso will be held at the Chase
Federal, 425 Arthur Godfrey Rd.
turting at 7:45 p.m. Traditional
-cfreshments will be served.
Children's Clianukali
Oinner Parly Dec. 19
The Brotherhood of Tempi*
leth El will hold a family Chil
Yen's Chanukah dinner party in
he temple's Tobin auditorium
Vedneday following the dediea
in and kindling of the giant
ftanukah community mono- ih or
he front lawn at 6 p.m.. by Pr
amuel z. Jaffe, spiritual leader,
A variety show, featuring th
"lixon .Marionettes, will be pro-
ented. The children's choir will
larticipate.
Fists of the Double-K'
"Fists of the Double-K." a ka
rate Kung-Fu picture, is openin"
here Friday at Wometoo's Miami
Vormandy and 27th Avenue The
iters.
IEGAI NOT'CE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-7217
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn RE: Estate of
;s"rMl-:n P ECKSTEIN
Ii-iii used.
To All Creditors and All Person* Ha.
L- i "aims or Demandi* AmlllSl Said
You in. hereby notified and renulr-ei'
ii iirrM-iit any rlaims and di-manil.'
iVhlch you may have ajralnxt (he
alt- of Bather P. Kikstein dereaK<
te of Dade Couatv. Florida lo the
ircuit JlldKaa of Dade Countv. and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.IK. Florida. Stat-
ues in their offices in Hit- County
i.urthouse in Dade County. Honda
.Vlthin four calendar months from tn.
itne of the first publication hereof,
.'r the same \> ill he barred.
Piled at Miami. Florida, this b day
of Dec A D ll ,, ,
Edwin H Kt-kHtcin
As Hfcecutor
First publication of this notice Oil
the 14 day of Dec.. 1H73.
Aronovlti. Silver & IV>oth
By: Sidney M, Aronovitz. Esquire
Attorney for
Estate "f Esther P. Eckstein
(OR Alnsley liuildinK
Miami. Fia. 33132
1^/14-21
Culture (^lii!)
The next "Oneg Shabbos" of the
David Pmski Club will be held on
Trlday at the Ida Fisher School
Cafeteria at 8 p.m.
Subject of a talk by L, I.asavin.
uithor and lecturer, will be "M I
vcrdau, Author. Colleague of The
idore Herzl." and Hilda Zucker
singer, accompanied by man-
lolinist, Paul Yanovsky, will pre-
en! a program of Yiddish and I1--
u-cw songs.
Rrfreshments will be served.
Holiday Goodies Served
anor Roosevelt Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, will iii jhlighl i
iik.ih and traditional refreshments
at a meeting Wednesday evening
at Dankers Bahai Room. Members
will bring layette items for the'
"Operation Stork" project which
:i- ists the Marcli nf MrTres office
in providint layettes for expe
mothers who report fur pre-natal
'are at the Dade County Health
Centi rs,
LEGAL NOTICE
Beth Moshe Students
Offer "\ Learn Torah'
Diirinu1 the late Friday evenin-
ervices at Beth Moshe Conereea
'ion. Rabbi Joseh A. Rorfinkel
will consecrate students from th"
M>t and second grades in Sunday
School.
The following students will be
"onsecrated and also present a skit.
"I I.earn Torah:" Karen Berman.
Marjorie Burnett, Matthew Bur-
nett, Tracy Fisher, Joel Gale, Erica
'larris. David Gentry. Michael
lainerman, Matthew Baron, Dina
olan8ky, Staci Rosenhaus, Lisa
Waxier and Dehhi; Karbner.
LEGAl NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tuc
ELCVF-uth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANn FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVIS'ON
PROBATE NO. 73-7158
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate ..f
RVIXn SCHAFPZIN
(It ( ,1S.-'1.
''-. All Credllom ami All Persona Hav-
u- claims or Demanda ArbIiibi Said
Eatate:
' .ii are hereby notified and required
enl any rlnlran and demanda
vhlch you may have ajtainal the --
ite nf n:\l.\i; SCHAFFZIN d. -
eased late of Dade County, Florida.
n Hi, Circuit .IuiIk.s of Dade Pountv,
ind fill the name In dunllcati si d
's provided in Section 7:::'. 16, Florida
utea, in tin ir offices In the !oun
1 "oui II "u-1 in bade Count) Flor-
da. tvllhln four calendar months
'..in ill,- time "f tin first publication
lereof, nr ihe same will be barred
Fill :' Miami. Florida, Uiis r, day
f December, A.D. IHTS.
ED.MI'N'D ARTHUR SCHAPFZIN
As Executor
Firs' publication of this notice on
h< l-l day i f December. i:i7:i.
I il:i:i:i: ZE.MEL ROSKI.V.
IEII RRi 'NNER AND K VRP I'. A.
f Bxi 'iiior
no North Rlai av ni Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33132
12 14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6619
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
rn l:!' Eatati of
"I'l axia I.IXEK
I '. :is(l.
o \ (' ditors and All Pet anna llai -
Ar.....hi Paid
Estate:
v.'ii re herebj nnllfled and reciulrel
i ii\ i laimti a nd demand*
. i eh v ..ii nia) have HB-ainal ihe i
li nf STEPANI \ I INBK dcci ai pd
Dade 'ountj. Plot Ida, lo Ihe
'' u Jo..... nl I il
file ihe sain, in dunlicate and as nro-
vlded m Section 738 16, Florida Stat-
ute*, In Ihelr offlcea in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida*,
within four calendar months from Ihe
time "t* the first publication hereof,
or ih, --am, will be barred,
Dated Bl Miami, Florida, this Sth
daj of December. A U. 197S,
RdSE.MARY MESS A-NO
As Executrix
Kirst publication of this notice on
the ii daj "f Deci mber, 197S.
ANDREW J. T Attorney for Executrix
M2S Park Drive, Suite B
Miami Shorea, Florida 33138
1S/14-2J
Young lsr;*l Auction
For Building Fund
"> une I '' I h :.i fu id raisini i uctior
i lay al 7'30 p.m at i nifier!
'I:i!i Fund* raisi ii M go to the
'niilding fund.
New household, person;,! cloth
'nc. '..'if' certificates and other
inns will be auctioned off by
Harold Cobb, &u< tioneer.
Young Sino;!>s Dance
Young Singles Club of Temple
Or Olom in affiliation with the
Young Professionals, invite young
adult singles to a dance at the
temple social hall Sunday. D:'c. 23
Parting at 8 p.m.
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT on- TmE
ELFVFNTH JUDICAI CinrijiT
OF FlORinA IN AND FOR
r^"r*ir r^MmTV
PRr>R/TC DIVIS'OM
POORATP ^to 71 cftio
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'n RE: P
'Ai K ROSS
csi ,1
"" A' dltors and A'l !' ron K->v
Calms or Dfmands Aaalnsl Said
Estate:
> '-it are hi rebj notified and renulred
< s.ni nny claims and demands
which V"tt rn-iv bsvo aminsl H es
I JACK l!i >ss .1...... ..1 lati 1
I lade 'nniv. P|< rids In Ihe Clr.
ilt Juda-es nf Dade Count) and file
hi same In dunlicate and as nrnvlded
P 1 Ii '": I' Florida Statutes In
offflcei in the founts Cnnrt-
" u..... I ladi County, Florida, w llh-
n four calendar months from Ihe
'mi, nl Ihi flrsl nuhllcatinn hereof.
ir 'hi --i'h vi 1 he ham
1 'Hi rt .! Miami. Flnrlria, this ". day
f Dcci mhi ,\ 1, ..-
nBRTRt'DE R< >8H
As Admlniatrntrlx
Flrl nublicallon nf this notice nn
he M day of p. comber, l"3,
MARVIN I Moss
Mlnrnev for administratrix
V E I:'" 1I1 St,
\'o, .Miami. Pla.
12 I4-S1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVL SErtVICE
INO PrtOPEitTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-29864 4
GtNERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOK DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE Til I IF,
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Kli hi LKl) r IIKI.VKEH
As ... I 'ii- uii '.in i
i i.".' i
i.i !-'i IPEI.AND
As I "-.'iii i lei K
(Circuil ''''in .-
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M.....ii. Florida I3IIH
.uii'Hi.'i i-i 1'elllioner
12 14-21-2? :. 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 73-6849
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In UK: Ksrai. sf
SIDl 'Hi: hi >T.T)RERO
deceased,
rn aii Creditors and A-d Persons Hav-
ng nims Or Demands Asalnsl Said
Estate:
^'ou are hereby notified and required
......isenl any cuklms and demands
iihicli N"U ma\ have at-ainst the es-
tate of islDOKE oin.DHEKii deceas-
ed late ii Dade County, Florida, to
hi ii. nit .fudres of Pnde Countv.
and file the same in duplicate anil
an provided in Section 7M.16, Florida
Statutes in their offices in the Coun-
v Courthouse In I>ade County. Flor-
Ih. within four calendar months from
in time of the first publication here-
if. rn tin- same will be barred.
Filed ai Miami. Florida, this. ; da>
of Deci mber, A D H'?:i
.Veile llolilhertr. Kxecutrlx
imin (ioldln-ra. Executor
I.,-. i andls, As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 14 day of December 1!"73
I AW OFFICES A JAY CRIBTOL
Attorni i for Executors
21 N.E. 1st Avtnue. Miami. Fia.
12/14-21
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT
CF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 73-30101
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
N i.i-: TM K MARRIAfiE OF
'OROE CHAEO
and
r>A \ t'HAZO
i Ida A. I as
Nobreea 11*1
'i"i ii,
VRE ii ERERV m -T'l-'i "!
ii- .i nn for D lulIon nf Mar-
beei filed aeralnsi y u and
imi are reoulred to serve .; cop> i
i in- wrllNn defensi to it
Kn -. al '"i in \ for Pi i
1 Mi-.-.-- is KM N w 12th
.' \. tiie Miami, Floi iii:- .'!::! ::-
nrialnal Ith Ihe i-lert "(
-.\ i.-ii nurl on or I
'an .1 lfi"4 "Mi, r\i i ii di i. nil v. ii
red aarainsi vou for lh<
t led in 'In nmnlninl ni
ii i,f-
nuldished oni-i
ach wees foi -n con uiivi
. 1 HE JEWISH FUtRIDIAN
WITNESS mi hand and II i -. al
of said >-..!' at Miami, Florida on
this ll daj nf !>..- IH73
Kli'll.Mtn I' ItRINKER
Ai i ai l>. t'ircuil i "ui t
1 '.uii i "nn'i. Florida.
Rj R M. kl.-'SKi:
As i lit\ I'lc tk
II 'Hi lilt I III S. .ill
Koss, K'miitv
-u'li.- Boslchin, P A,
"I N \v 12th Avenue
Miami Florida 38128
Utomey for Petitioner
IS I4-:'1-L'f! 1 4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Of rLOrtlDA IN AND FOtt
DAOE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. /i-7108
In RE l.siii'i I
..ii ..I.II-: FARLEY
in,,.
i.. All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing i laims "i l K maiiiii AKalnsl Said
Estate:
\ ,.,i ari 1" reby notified and n uuiri d
,,, iiresenl nny claims and demand*
nhn ii juu in.-I luiii HKalnsi ihi
..I,.- ol iloliu- Farn a "i
l ladi nuiii i. i' i"i iua, 10 tile t ri ult
juiircs id i'..... '''-ii it). ami file
name In dupiiiale .....i as proviueii in
.- ,i,.I, I "I lllu SlUtUt'.s. Ill
ill, ii "lln iii iii. Count) '"in l-
house in i ladi ount y Fioi
m lour aleiidar months from
lime td no- tirat putuu-ation hereof,
or the i ame w "1 be hn I
Filed ai Miami, Floridu,
..I |i. i .mi. ii I'. '
WILL. H IIAItEFIKil
As- Executor
Flrsl publlcaiion oi this imlli
il,, i da) "i I" ml"
i ai I E, W '.-in an. i-:.-u.
.mi-is. Kaman. Porter. Levlnwin &
.,,..., lies for v\ III > L Ban root.
Km' utor
i i..- ,. .., II Ave. Miami, I la
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THC.
ELEVENTH jUD.CIAL CloCLI'
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOi.
jAuE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PKOBATE NO. 73-7202
FrtANK B. DOVVLING
NOTICE TO CREDITOKS
Iii RE: Estate "t
.H '.-i., II FELDMAN
ised
i ,, .,,, i i. .ni.:.- and All l'ersi II I
or l'' mn hi
,,re hereb) d riiiuir.d
;. ii .i ill miinds
i. liii a i -u i.iuj lia) mtaim i
;,- ,.| JUSF.l'l..... LN ill
mi), and fin
lunlicali k'i tl ~
turn ;.::, hi Florida Still ules, In men
m ih, foun ui
Pa.li- fount). Florida, within fou
. ml.u .......ih.- from tin lime nl Ihe
nisi nublicallon hen r', oi in
"ill hi barn d
Filed at
Of i.M'Ct-1
Si ford S Fau
e Ft I linan
.-,.- E\e u
i- |)Ui, ... Uce on
In i 'i.i- "i I.....
PAl'Ni E. FINK A- POHMAN
Attorni \ for
, i iii..is ami ihe Ei late
rese I lids
' ''"''' '''""' l- ll-l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6154
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
HARRIETTS FENIAS
d< < eased.
rn ah Creditors and All Persons Hav-
inn claim-- or Demands Aaalnsl Bald
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified ami required
;o present an) claims and demand*
which vou mav have iiKuinsI I he es-
late of HARRIETTS FENIAB de-
l-eased late of Dade Countv. Florida.
in the circuit Judfres of Dade County.
and file the rump In dunllcati- and as
nrovlded In Section 73S.lt. Florida
statutes, in their offices in the Countt
Courthouse In [hide County. Florida.
within four calendar months from the
lime of the first publication hereof
,.r the same will be barred
Filed at Miami. Florida, tins :< day
ol November, A.D. 1978.
MARGARET P (MINES
As Administratrix CTA
First publication ol 'his notice on
ihe 14 day of Dec., i :-T:t.
(iERAI.K SMAEKMAN
Attorni l t"r ailmmiNlrairix
|0t Robert! Uulldlnn. Miami. Honda
|2i 14--1
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVIS'ON
PROBATE NO 73-6762
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
IM.NAII til'ZY
deoeased,
To AM Creditors and All Persons Hai -
iiiK Claims or Demands Acainsl Said
Kst.it. .
Vou are hereb) notified and required
to present an) claims and demand*
which vou mav have aaalnsl tl" es-
tate of nPNAll HI7.V di.....used late
of Dade Countv. Florida, to the Circuit
Judges "f Dade County, and file the
same in dunlicst. and as provided In
Section 733.18. Florida Statutes, In
their offices In the County Court
hOUSe in Had. County Florida. With-
in four calendar months from ine
time of the firsi publication hereof,
or tin same "ill "- barred
Filed at Miami, Florida, this
,,i i a-, mber, A V 1973.
DEKOKAIII FltANKF.L
PHILIP FltANKF.L
JULIUS QRACER
\s Executors
First publication of this until .- on
the it da) of !>" mber, 1978. .....
8HAP1RO. FRIED. WEILa sciu.l.l.
Attorneys tor Estate
4"7 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 88189
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Friday, December 14 m
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You bring the memories of yourchiidhood to it... the excitement of
kindling still another candle on the menorah... the dreidel-spinning, the Hannukah-gelt
the fragrance of mama's latkes mingled with the aroma of steaming cups of Maxwell House* Coffee
Know the joy in sharing the traditions with your family
and the mellow cheer of Maxwell House* Coffee, still a favorite in Jewish homes
at holidays-and every day.
Happui Hnlidaii To You And Your Fmiiilir
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to the
k last drop"
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