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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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"(Jewish Flondian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
riume 47 Number 2
Miami, Florida Friday, January 11, '.974
Two Sections
Price 25 cents
Kissinger, Dayan Eye-to-Eye
On Dise ngagement of Forces
Chief Rabbi Shlomo Goren
has met with the apostolic
delegate in Jerusalem, Mon-
signor Pio Lagghi, to enlist
his church's aid on two hu-
manitarian issues: Israeli
POW's in Syria and Israeli
dead still on the battlefields
on Sinai within the control of
Egypt's Second and Third
Armies.
Vatican Sets
Sights On
Jerusalem
By DR. PINHAS I.APIDE
London Chronicle Syndicate
Hours after the Six Day War.
Vatican spokesmen and semi-of-
ficial Catholic publications hur-
riedly reasserted their full sup-
port for the internationalization
of Jerusalem, which nobody in
Rome had mentioned cither dur-
ing the last 15 years of Jordanian
rule over East Jerusalem or dur-
ine the Ivctic days of June 5-6.
1967. when Jewish Jerusalem
and the Dormiiion Abbey on
Mount Zion were helled re-
dly by the British guns of
the Arab Legion.
Paul VI himself, however, has
never publicly employed the
Continued on Page 2 A
WEST BANK FEDERATION CONSIDERED
What Concessions May
Israel Make for Peace?
By HYAM MACCOBY
London Chronicle Syndicate
How can Israel satisfy the le-
gitimate national aspirations of
the Palestinians without incur-
ring unacceptable risks to her
own security?
This is the most important and
central question of the Arab-Is-
raeli peace negotiations. All the
difficulties and problems in com-
ing to an accommodation with the
Egyptians and the Syrians are as
nothing compared to this: for in
the Palestinian question Israel's
moral viability is at stake.
IT IS in the way she solves
this question that Israel will show
her right to exist as a center of
social justice, and humanity.
Other nations may be able to
survive only if she continues to
believe in herself as the repre-
sentative and fountain of Jewish
ideals.
One solution suggests the most
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Cabinet has heard from Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan a report of his talks with U.S. Secretary of
State Henry A. Kissinger. Sources said no decisions were taken, and
thej expected another meeting of the Cabinet later this week.
The sources said Dayans report was mostly informative and was
the subject of some questions and discussion. Premier Golda Meir was
ill with a virus cold, and her place as chairman was taken by Deputy
Premier Yigal Allon. Observers said no decisions would be taken till
Mrs. Meir returned to her post.
SOME SOURCES said the idea now is for Kissinger and perhaps
U.S. diplomats in Cairo to seek from the Egyptians their reaction to
the general ideas on disengagement which Dayan outlined to the
Secretary. The U.S. will also transmit Dayans views to the Kremlin.
Only when the Egyptian reaction is known will the Israel Cabinet
draft concrete and detailed formulations of these general ideas, the
sources said.
Without going into precise detail, many sources here are point-
ing to a general scheme involving an Israeli pull back to the Mitle and
Gidi Passes. UNEF would take up a wide strip between the Israelis
and the remaining Egyptian forces on thef canal's eatbank. while
Egyptian forces would, of course, replace the withdrawing Israelis on
the west bank.
The size and power of the Egyptian forces on the east bank re-
Continued on Page 5-A
VISION OF THE APOCALYPSE'
There's No Energy Crunch,
Oil Expert Says in Article
die East sp cial who has
worked it Standard Oil of Call
fornia and Occidental Petroleum
and as a translator of Arabic and
P an materials for the U.S. De-
partment of Commerce.
"FOR NIL past few yean, the
oil companies have spent
considerable sums of money ad-
vertising a vision of the apoc-
alypse. The October war between
some Arabs and all Israelis
sei med to testify to the truth of
'.: vision.
The embargoes placed on Arab
oil shipments to the United States
..nd the Netherlands, together
with unilateral price raises and
threats of reduced production,
provoked a further outpouring of
oil industry bulletins announcing
the approach of an energy crisis
akin to the millennial source of
Huns from the Asiatic steppes,"
Rand wrote.
"ALTHOUGH SUFFICIENT to
its melodramatic purpose, the
Continued on Page 10 A
'GOOD PROGRESS CAN BE MADE'
No Schedule, but Hope
Voiced for W ithdrawal
NEW YORK (JTA1 The
oil crisis is an "Arabian fantasy"
engineered by the oil companies
with the express purpose of in-
creasing theh prices and p:
according to Christopher T. Rand
writing in the January edition of
Harper's Magazine.
Rand was described as a Mid-
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
JTA Washington Bureau Chief
Secretary of State Henry A.
Kissinger predicted that "good
progress" would be made in the
Israeli-Egyptian disengagement
talks in Geneva though he would
not set a "time-table on the sep-
aration of forces."
Addressing reporters at a press
conference in San Clemente.
Calif., where he has been meet-
ing with President Nixon on for-
eign policy matters, particularly
the Middle East. Kissinger said.
"Unless there has been a basic
change of views, which I don't
believe, I believe good progress
can be made along the Suez."
KISSINGER SAiD the results
of the elections in Israel "won't
have any affect on the current
talks" on disengagement. He said
"The broad concensus is that the
talks wiii proceed even before a
new government is formed."
He added, however, that "what
Continued on Page 8 A
MEIR SNAPPISH
Labor Blue,
Likud Jumps
Like Winner
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA) The
significance of the first election
returns was reflected here in the
moods that prevailed at the head-
quarters of th-? two major contest-
ants Labor and Likud.
The atmosphere at Labor head-
quarters was subdued. But Pre-
mier Golda Meir and her ranking
ministers who watched the re-
turns on television were appar-
ently braced for their party's
losses although the dropping
of six Knesset scats was clearly
Continued on Page 5-A
Contrary to All Theory,
Elections Affect Geneva
RELIGIOUS PARTY LIKELY PARTNER 12-A
promising way of combining jus-
tice with security the solution
of Federation. If a Palestinian-
Arab state were set up (in the
Bank and Gaza) linked to
Israel by a federal constitution.
Continued on Page 6-A
By EDWIN EYTAN
JTA European Bureau Chief
GENEVA The Israeli elec-
tions loom over the Geneva con-
ference. The political talk- at
ministerial or even ambassadorial
level have been adjourned until
the second half of January and
the military negotiators discuss
according to their own communi-
ques, "principles" more than con-
crete disengagement means.
All the delegations still pr
in Geneva, mainly middli
rials, realize that nothing seri-
ous can happen and no break-
through can be achieved until a
new government is formed.
IT IS a strange sight to see
the offices of the Egyptian dele-
gation strewn with Israeli foreign
language publications as officials
and newsmen follow the latest
li electoral developments.
On most desks il the Egyptian
delegation one can see copies of
French and English Israeli dailies,
Continued on Page 3-A
TAKES OVER VACATED SAXBE SEAT
Ohio's Sen. Metzenbaum
Cleveland Jewish News
Howard Metzenbaum, the 56-
year-old Cleveland attorney and
civic leader who was named by
Gov. John Gilligan to take over
the Senate seat vacated by Wil-
liam Saxbe, the new United States
attorney general, will become the
first Jewish senator in Ohio's 170-
year history.
Metzenbaum. who only a few
weeks ago announced his candi-
dacy for Saxbc's post when the
term expires in January, 1975. is
only the second Jew in Ohio's
history to attain a high position
in the state.
HIS APPOINTMENT to the un-
expired term will become effec-
tive with Saxbe's resignation next
month.
"I have always felt that
American political system is a
great one. and this appointment,
in view of my Jewish heritage,
only confirms that fact," he de-
clared.
According to authorative
sources at the American Jewish
Archives at Cincinnati's Hebrew
Union College, the only other
Continued on Page 7A
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ttng-time Democrat
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Fatfcan Sets Sights on 'Newest9 Jerusalem
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Continued from Pace 1A
words "internal ..?r.a!ization of
9emsalem"
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for the holy places, to be effected
by m-ans of an appropriate "stat-
ute." as well as of the need for
an institution of international
character, with special regard for
the historical and religious phy*
my of Jerusalem."
The New York Times comment-
ed on the following day:
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to work
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without essentially altering .J
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I

Election Gists Huge Shadow Over Geneva
Continued from Page IV
as well as cuttings from the wire
services, reporting Israeli elec-
toral promises, pledges, and re-
turns.
Egyptian newsmen talk fluently,
somewhat like their Israeli count-
erparts, about the chances of the
Likud and the number of seats
the "Maarakh" Alignment might
lose. Some of them question Is-
raeli colleagues about the influ
eace of the "Tel Aviv Gush." the
weight of Deputy Premier Yigal
Allon within Mapai inner circles
and Menachem Beigins chances
to join a national coalition gov-
ernment.
Even Russians seem to follow,
:!\'>uh with a certain naivete
Israeli internal politics. They
seem strangely misinformed about
Israel's political system, and So-
viet newsmen here persistently
ask about the chances for a "left
bloc" victory which would bring
to power Rakah (the pro-Moscow
Israeli Communist Party) and
other small left-wing groups such
as Moked and the Matzpen group.
MOST SOVIET newsmen anJ
officials at the Geneva Confer-
ence seem to hold their knowl-
edge about Israel's political life
from a couple of Soviet official
publications dealing with the
Middle East. To many observers
it seems as if the Russians are
the victims of their own propa-
ganda.
Even the Americans follow the
coalition news, but seem to base
their knowledge on professional
reports. The American delegation
receives a daily analysis of elec-
toral developments from its Tel
Aviv Embassy and from the State
Department in Washington. Many
of the American officials also
nave a first-hand knowledge of
Israel and the Middle East, hav-
ing served or visited the area at
one point or other of their career.
Obviously the Israelis have a
double interest in the elections:
tint, as participants in their coun
try's life and future; and second-
ly, realizing as delegates that all
talks and discussions in Gen-va
can only dca' with generalities
and "principles" until the forma-
tion of the new government and
the promulgation of its broad po-
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Resolution 242.
For the Egyptians, disengage-
ment is synonymous with with-
drawal.
Israeli officials who were in
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plenary conference, indicated at
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ask as a first step for the follow-
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The demilitarization of the,
Sinai or at least of the territories
from which Israel will withdraw,
as well as a limitation of Egyp-
tian troops on the Eastern Bank
of the Suez Canal.
The reopening of the Suez
Canal to the international ship-
ping with clearance work to start
at the earliest:
Repopulation of the aban-'
doned EavDtian "ghost" cities
along the canal, such as Suez
and P^rr Said.
The Israelis seen to think that
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Egyptian attacks across the Canal
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* Jewish ncrktian
Friday, January 11, 19,74
Is Deal in Offing With Arabs?
Continued from Page 1-A
it would be possible to do even
I 1 give every Pa! -
Arab a sense of be to the
v '
tasportant of all to solve the
?need problem of Jerusalem
F lion is
by : 1 : :- ::. i i' .- D
pul ..: intervals
out the peril
1 and h
port of l-h ad d realists 1
as S Pere3.
THERE HAS Mirer been a
1 1 for translating thi-i
1 inl practice than (he
present. And even if for some
reason it proves impossible to
put this idea into practice, it
would be of inestimable value
ft.r Israel, in the field of inter-
national relations, to put forward
U solution, thus showing her
goodwill towards the Palestinian
lArabs and her recognition of
their legitimate claims.
What does the Federation
mean0 It means that within the
area of what used to be called
Palestine there would be two in-
dependent nations, one called
Israel and the other (comprising
the West Bank and Gaza, joined
by a narrow corridor^ called
whatever the Palestinians want
t^ call it. but at anv rate servinj
them as a national homeland.
So far the plan is partition:
bu'. this will not do. for Israel
would have no guarantee that the
M state was not being used as
a dagger aeainst her. This guar
antee would be provided by the
federal link, which would man
that Israel and the new state
would form one superstate, with
a common army and common se-
curity, against attack from out-
side Palestine
PALESTINIAN ARABS wher-
ever the are. would be given the
choice of settling in the new
state, or (within certain obviou
loitsl returning to former home
in Israel, if they still exist. Most
would choose to settle in the new
state.
The two states, Israel and
A-.. ?..: --tine, would have their
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no single state of the American
all of them.
T:. tild soft e the question of
tht ler'jsalom. and there
n-QU'd be "o spnsc any longtr in
the demand that Arab Jerusalem
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UliniV LACK of the two
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liked, and Arab-Palestine could
be as Arab as it liked. The mish-
mash of the so-called "bi-na-
tional state," with its implied
demand for Jews to become
Arabs, would be avoided.
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or between Israel and Syria But
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pri bit m fu the whole
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Egyptian and Syrian rulers
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+ lcni faqa 7-A
Metzenbaum, Ohio's
First Jewish Senator,
Active Democrat
Continued from Page 1A
person of Jewish faith to hold a
top post in the state was Gilbert
Bettman. Sr., Ohio attorney gen-
eral for two terms, 1929-33.
AN ACTIVE Democrat for
many years. Metzenbaum will be
come the 11th Jewish senator in
American history, according to
the curator of the B'nai B'rith
museum in Washington. He will
b-1 the third Jewish senator now
serving.
Robert Shosteck, curator of the
B'nai B'rith museum, said his list
includes only those identified as
Jews. It does not include such
us as Sen. Barry Ooldwater,
who had a Jewish father and non-
Jewish mother and considers him
self an Episcopalian; nor does it
include the late Sen. Ernest 11
Gruoning, of Alaska, who served
in t'i' senate from 1958 to 1968
but did not profess Judaism.
The list also loos not include
Sen. Neuberger's wife. H. Ma i
rine. who served in the senate
following the death of her hus-
band Mrs N^uberger is not Jew-
ish.
METZENBAUM BEGAN hi
long career in public service at
the aye. of 25. after graduation
from Ohio State University and
it> law school.
He served two terms as a mem-
ber of the Ohio House of Repre-
sentatives and two terms in the
Ohio Senate, and in each session,
newspaper correspondents cover
ing the legislature selected Metz-
enbaum as one of its "outstand
ing members." Metzenbaum lost
to Rnhopt Taft Jr. in a senate bid
in 1970.
Over the years he ha s-been a
successful legislator, attorney, po-
litical advisor, businessman and
civic leader. He serves as a direc-
tor or trustee of more than a doz
en organizations on the local and
national level, including the Jew-
ish Community Federation Fair
mount Temple. Mt Sinai Hospital
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Joint Distribution Committee and
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fJeniiligmrkfor
Friday, January 11, 1974
World Jewish Population Set at 14 Million
NEW YORK -JTA) The
world Jewish population is esti-
mated at 14,370,650, according to
the American Jewish Year Book,
whose 1973 edition has just been
published.
There ar<* approximately 6.115,
ess Jews tp w.c united stares,
more than in any other country.
THESE ESTIMATES were com
piled by Leon Shapiro, associate
professor of Russian and Soviet
Jewish history at Rutgers Uni-
versity, who compiled the over-
seas demographic data, and Al-
vin Chenkin, supervisor, Statis-
tics Unit, Council of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds, who
assembled the figures on the U.S.
.After the United States, coun
tries with the largest Jewish pop
ulations are:
Soviet Union. 2.648,000; Israel.
2.723.000: France, 550,000; Ar-
gentina, 500.000; Great Britain,
41ii.ui-o. anu Canada, oOd.000.
Fifty-one per cent of world
Jewry is located in North, Cen
tral and South America, 28 per
cent In Europe, 19 per cent in
Asia, 1.5 per cent in Africa, and
0.5 per cent in Australia and New
Zealand.
IN THE United States, the Jew.
ish proportion of the total resi-
ueni population remains at 2.5*4
per cent.
Among the Jewish population
figures for U.S. cities listed in
the Year Book's tables are:
Los Angeles, 535,000; San Fran-
cisco, 75,000; Washington, 112,-
500; Miami, 200,000; Chicago, 269,-
000; Baltimore, 100,000; Montgom-
ery County, Md., 56,500; Boston,
lUO.OOO; beiroit, &o,ooo; St. Louis,
60,000; Bergen County, N.J., 100,-
000; Essex County (N.J.), 90,000;
Greater New York, 2,381,000;
Cleveland, 80,000; and Philadel
phia, 325,000.
In Europe, according to Prof. |
Shapiro, tnere are 4,055,905 Jews.
Of these. 2,648,000 are in the So-
viet Union. Figures for other Eu-
ropean countries include:
AUSTRIA, 9,400; Belgium, 40.-
500; Bulgaria, 7,000; Czechoslo-
vakia, 14,000; Denmark, 6,000;
h ranee, 5ou,O00; Germany, 32,000;
Great Britain, 410,000; Greece,
6,500; Hungary, 80,000; Ireland.
4,000
Also, Italy, 35.000; Netherlands.
30.000; Poland, 8,000; Rumania,
90,000; Spain, 9,000; Sweden, 15.
000; Switzerland, 20,000; Turkey,
30.000; and Yugoslavia, 7.000.
ESTIMATED POPULATION
for major centers of Jewish con-
centration in the Americas, be-
sides the United States, include
Canada, 305,000; Mexico, 40,000;
Argentina, 500,000; Brazil, 150.-
000; Chile, 30,000; Colombia, 13,-
000; Peru, 5.300; Uruguay, 50,000;
and Venezuela. 15.000.
Tn Asia, the only major centers
of Jewish population, besides Is-
rael, are India, 14,000; and Iran.
80.000.
In Africa, there are substan-
tial Jewish numbers only in
South Africa. 117.900; Morocco,
31.000; Ethiopia. 12.000; Tunisia
8.000; and Rhodesia. 5,200.
There are 70,000 Jews In Aus
tralia and 4.00 AMONG THE major cities, out
side of the United States, where
Jews are located, are:
Amsterdam, 12,000; Antwerp,
13,000; Brussels, 24.500; Bucha-
rest, 50,200; Budapest, 65.000;
Buenos Aires, 350,000; Glasgow,
13.400; Haifa, 210.000: Jerusalem,
266,000; Johannesburg, 57,500;
Kiev, 220.000.
Also, Leeds, 19,400; Leningrad,
165.000; London, 280.000: Lyons,
20,000; Manchester, 36,000; Mar-
seilles, 65,000; Melbourne, 34.000;
Mexico City, 30.000; Milan, 9,500;
Montevideo, 48,000; Montreal,
113,000; Moscow, 285,000; Nice,
20,000.
Also, Paris, 300,000; Rio de
Janeiro. 50.000; Rome, 15.000;
Sao Paulo, W.OOO* Strasbourg,
12,000; Sydney, 28,000; Teheran,
50,000; Tel Aviv-Jaffa. 394.000;
Toronto. 97,000; Toulouse. 18,000;
and Winnipeg, 21.0O0.
The American Jewish Year
Book is published jointly by the
American Jewish Committee and
the Jewish Publication Society of
America.
Its editors are Morris Fine and
Milton Himmelfarb. Mrs. Martha
Jelenko is the executive editor.
Kissinger Sees No
Table for Pull-Back
Continued from Page 1-A
the effect will be of the elections
on an ultimate settlement will de
pend on the composition of the
Cabinet and on negotiations now
going on between the (Israeli)
parties."
He said it was "premature to
offer an opinion."
Kissinger stated he had no time-
table for a separation of forces,
because a great deal depends on
the Arab states and Israel. "It
was always understood that after
the Israeli elections the talks
might accelerate," he said, but
he was "not predicting a solution
in January."
KISSINGER, referring to his
meeting in Washington Jan. 4
with Israeli Defense Minister
Moshe Dayan, said that after the
disengagement talks resume in
Geneva next week "We will see
how much progress is possible
and how much can be done."
He responded sharply to a re-
porter who. referring to Dayan's
visit, asked if it was proper for
the U.S. "to be tied" to Israeli
policy on the separation of forces.
"We have conducted our Mid-
dle East Dolicy by talking at
great length with all parties,"
Kissinger said, adding that the
talks were on "exactly the same
terras with all parties concerned."
He said that every Arab coun
try knows of Dayan's visit and
"they welcome" the U.S. objec
tive on separation of forces and
"don't sec it in the light you have
indicated." he told the reporter.
ASKED WHAT were the most
hopeful signs in the Middle East,
Kissinger said: "There is a good
possibility for progress on the
separation of forces, and thi-
would create very positive con-
ditions for similar progress on
other fronts and it will be a
flood hrW v into the general
peace talks that of course will
continue."
He noted that President Nixon
has said, "and it has been our
policy and our conviction, that
the chances for peace (in the
Middle East) are the best in 25
years. This does not mean that
negotiations won't be extremely
painful and extremely difficult."
Kissinger also responded sharp-
ly in reply to a reporter's ques-
tion on the U.S. policy in the
Middle East in view of the Arab
oil embargo. He said it was not
"appropriate" for the Arab states
to discriminate against the U.S.
which adhered to Resolution 242
and is the principal country ne
gotiating for a peace settlement
in the Mideast.
HE SAID the U.S., however,
was not negotiating to get the
oil embargo lifted and would not
make its foreign policy depend-
ent on Arab oil.
"We have talked to Israel and
to the Arabs and we will not link
our talks to the embargo," he
stated. The energy problem is
endemic and would exist with
or without the oil embargo, Kis-
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LEO MINDLI.N
Solzhenitsyn: The Ultimate Truth in Blood
Continued from Page 4A
important port i>.. ihe 20th cen-
tury, and he went down the drain
because only the Russians can
make hay of anti-Semitism these
days and get away with it. For
anyone else, it is still a liability.
What then of Solzhenitsyn?
Why is "OuUg" important while
his Nobel for "Denisovich" was
an embarrassment?
His talent is is a historiograph-
er of the obscenity of the Soviet
regime. "Denisovich" contributes
to the historicity of Soviet oppres-
sion, but it is not a profound work
of creative literature deserving a
presumably distinguished literary
prize.
It is a book with a message
that weakens the message and
comprises its own creativity.
IT IS, in fact, a variety of what
in America We once called the
New Journalism, an important
variety because it challenged the
Stalinists, hut beyond that not a
literarily worthy one.
But "Gulag Archipelago"' is the
fulfillment of the promise of
"Denisovich." ^
It is in the best and most ad-TJ
vanced tradition of the New Jour-5
nalism. outranking Mailer or Hal-5
berstam at their most in^Dired."
It is written not only with the
sweat of intellect, but with the
blood of conviction, too.
IN THIS sense, we are not in'.'
a twilight world of "art." wherei
Solzhenitsyn"s attack on Soviet
oppression Denisovich-style may-
be considered "symbolic" and
therefore as appropriate, say, to
the criminality of the NiSon ad-
ministration as to the excesses of
Stalinism.
In "Archipelago." we know pre-
ciselv what he is talking about.
Solzhenitsyn'* intent and our
purpose in reading him can hence
not be interpreted for us by the
Kremlin Good Guys as revision-
ist or heterodox or any other non-
sensical thing.
WE CAN not be cajoled by the
Kremlin Good Guys into dismiss
ing him as mentally sick or as a
tool of the imperialists intent on
destroying detente or a publicity-
seeking scoundrel determined to
defame the Holy Soviet Empire
and who needs to be institution-
alized.
Solzhenitsyn reminds us that
"Kremlin Good Guys" is a con
tradiction in terms, a linguistic
impossibility leading to a logical
brick wall. His history reinforces
this understanding in us. even if
the Soviet rewriters of history
would have us believe otherwise
i
Above a'l these days, we need
such reminders. Detente has
lulled us into the kind of political
absurdities that make the task
of the rewriters simpler.
UnPresidenl Nixon's drive on
Moscow and Peking for the pur
COHEN: Criticizing Zionism
many romantic but attractive mo-
ments, anti-Semitism?''
THIS IS not a new question,
either for Christians or Jews. I
just finished reading a play.
"Trotsky in Exile" by Peter
Weiss, author of "Marat Sade."'
Time and again Trotsky is con-
fronted with the plight of the
Jewish people as, for instance,
the pogroms in Kishinev. Arkadi
Kremer. a Bundist leader insists
on Jewish autonomy. "We must
have the right to defend our-
selves You're a Jew your-
self, Lev Davidov ich." And as he
does time and again confronted
by Hitlerism, or Stalin's anti-
Semitism. Trotsky responds: "I
still don't recognize a Jewish na-
tionality ... to solve the Jewish
problem, you don't need to form
a Jewish state, but to transform
society radically throughout the
world."
In a touching article in a re-
cent issue of New York, socialist
Irving Howe states the case for
the Jewish intellectual left today:
"I grew up in the tradition of
Jewish socialism which was al-
ways hostile to the Zionists.
'SOME OF the criticisms made
of Zionism seem to me valid. The
Jewish left always had a habit of
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If Fr. Berrigan can understand
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him.
No Energy Crunch, Oil
Expert Vows in Harper's
Continued from Page 1-A
prevailing rhetoric fails to an-
swer a number of awkward ques-
tions, especially now that the Oc-
tober war has come and gone.
Few people point out that in the
past year the major oil compa-
nies have reported enormous prof-
its or that they have enjoyed a
policy of generous forebearance
on the part of the Nixon admin-
istration," the writer said.
"The war has created a few
problems with logistics of oil sup-
ply, but these have aggravated
the American public more than
they have inconvenienced Ami r>
ican oil companies." Rand said.
"For the time being, the world's
supply of oil far exceeds the
worlds demand, and so the cri-
sis must be discerned in a net-
work of theoretical lines converg-
ing at imaginary points in time
future. The oil companies there-
fore project a rate of increasing
demand for oil and then they pro-
ject a rate of declining supply."
A FACT that the oil compa-
nies do not tell the public is
that 'as a result of their efforts
the inventory of the world's
available fuel has been increasing
rather than diminishing ... the
inventory has become so exten-
sive that it has become a luxury
or at best a waste of time for
most people to worry about it."
Rand wrote.
"The oil companies obviouslv
worry about it. but their wo
have to do not so much with the
supply of oil as with the cost at
which they trade it. It is the dis-
parity between these two con-
cerns that gives rise to thr
venienl misconception of the oil
crisis." according to Rand.
"The consumer should wonder
why the oil companies sell gaso-
line wholesale at 21 cents a gal-
lon when it costs them only 4
cents a gallon to provide it."
pose of discovering new market-
places for the crypto-fa6Cisl indus-
trialists surrounding him is being,
for example, presented to us as a
new exercise in interfaith politi-
cal experience.
SOI.ZHEMTSYNS NEW book
warns us about the price we will
be paving for that. It tells us we
are stupid to think that detente
(literally "relaxation") is pos-
sible with the criminal Muscovite
Oppressors. As George Meany de-
scribed detente the other week:
during the Middle East war, tho
Russians were relaxing all over
the Sinai
And isn't Meany after all right
about this fraudulent detente
business?
Just consider Nobel-winner Le
Due Tho's latest explanation of
Hanoi's failure to tell us about
our POWs still in North Vietnam.
Hanoi, he argues, can not |
that until we live up to our end
of the bargain he hacked out of
our hides with Nobel-winner
Henry Kissinger in Paris until
we start giving North Vietnam
the funds we promised her to "re-
build" the destruction we imperi-
alistically wreaked on her during
the war.
IMAGINE OUR tax monies go-
ing to North Vietnam at the same
time that North Vietnam sloshes
South Vietnam down the drain
as is happening at this very' mo-
ment, despite the Nobel Prize to
Kissinger and Le Due Tho, who
at least had the honesty to re-
fuse it. What did those 50.000
odd Americans suffer and die for
in Southeast Asia?
In his "Gulag Archipeh i
Solahenitsyn's description of the
infamous doctors' plot and Josef
Stali t's plans for the Jews of
e iviet I it in tea h is that
the Soviets are as warped and op-
pressive as Le Due Tho's view of
the possibility of peace between
us.
Because the UnPresident for his
own reasons is willing to play
footsie with Le Due Tho, we must
not permit ourselves to forget
that it simply isn't possible to
play footsie with Communism, in
Moscow or Hanoi, without some-
where along the line losing the
foot in question.
THAT'S WHAT Solzhenitsyn
has done for us, perhaps at the
cost of his life. He has warned
us to forget the intellectual word-
riggers. Whether in Moscow or
Hanoi, nothing is changed.
The danger is that in Vietnam,
we were committed to a no-win
policy in the name of a fraudu-
lent egalitarianism.
In the Middle East, we pres-
sured Israel out of a "too far,
too fast" win in the Yom Kippur
war in order to preserve Arab
"honor."
And so "Gulag Archipelago"
may well be dismissed by the Un-
Presidenl and his circle as em-
barrassing to detente.
But we must not be embar-
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Religious Party Labor's Likely Coalition Partner
By DAVID LANDAU
JTA Jerusalem Bureau Ch: f
Xrelativdy small drop for Labor, a relafTVely nfirTor infrefte^for
Likud and the upshot is enormously increased political power for
the National Religious Party which neither dropped nor increased
but maintained its 12 Knesset seats. Such are the vagaries of Israel's
multi-party politics h3t this peculiar sounding assessment is in fact
the basic outcome- of the national election.
terms, the Labir
In simple
Alignment will prn^sh'y be de-
Tendent r>on the NRP to an un-
precedented extent if it wishes
to form another government co-
gl tion without the inclusion of
Likud.
OR LOOKED at from an-
other angle Labor will prob-
ably not be ab'e to form a ma-
jority coalition reiving only on
the Independent Liberals, the
Arab pro-Labor affiliates, and
Shulamit Alonis Civil Rights
List. Such a coalition would not
top PO seats or would only just
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top 60. making it unsafe and un-
stable-. With the NRP too. on the
other hand. Labor would have a
comfortable 70-plus and would
command a strong government
and be able to face the enhanced
Likud opposition.
A great deal. then, will hinge
upon the NRPs position in the
horse trading which is now going
on with the aim of establishing
the new government. Labor itself
seems divided as to its evalrn
tion of NRPs likely pose. While
the Labor Party election cam-
paign manager Avraham Offer
spoke on TV of the likelihood of
new elections soon because, in
his view. Labor had not been
given a strong enough mandate,
the partvs Secretary-General.
Aharon Yadlin. sjunded confident
that Labor would be able to con-
tinue in harness with the NRP.
the ILP and Shulamit Aloni.
Clearly, at any rate. Labor is
trying to reform the present co-
a'ition. Clearly, too. the bargain-
ing with NRP will be t lUghei
than ever because of the new
balance of power, and also be-
,if Mi"- declared hawkish
lies on t:i" West Rank terri-
isue. The NRP la c immit-
to the electorate not to join a
1 ivernmeni whose policy i.- to re-
le western Palestine in
other words to return some of
the West Bank to the Arabs. Re-
ous and historical considera-
t ons play the major part in this
NRP position.
CAN LABOR woo NRP to its
corner? That key question de-.
ponds on many factors. One of
them is the personality factor:
Who is to he the real Labor lead-
ership and who the NRP leader-
ship'? The Religious Party is
much closer on the issues of j
borders and defense to Defense
Minister Moshe Da van and Pre
mier Golda Meir than to the new-
ly-strong Labor doves led by Fi-
nance Minister Pinchas Sapir.'
Deputy Premier Yigal Allon and
Foreign Minister Abba Eban.
Which Labor team will emerge
now as the real guiding force
within Labor and the real -pokes-
man of its policies? This question
itself is intimately bound up with
the election results and with
SHIRRON .SN
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South M.atr. H'MC-.
- final Electidn Resuhs*
JERUSALEM(JTA) According to the final election
results, seats for the Eighth Knesset shape up as follows:
Labor Alignment.......................................................................... 51
Likud............................................................................. ^
National Religious Party ............................................................ 10
Independent Liberal Party........................................................... 4
Rakah Communists ..................................................................- 4
Aguda-Poalei Aguda................................................................... 5
Labor-Affiliated Arab List ....................................................... 3
Civil Rights List (Shulamit Aloni)............................................ 3
Moked ............................................................................................. 1
Total 120
forecast the hectic days and
weeks ahead as he predicts "great
difficulties" for Labor in setting
up a coalition this time.
Mrs Mcir is bitterly opposed to
a national unity Cabinet which
she feels would be hopelessly
parahzed and would inevitably
result in the conference failing
to achieve anything.
One further point: Yadlin
clearly ruled ojt the possibility
of bringing Moked or any other
far l"ft groups into the coalition.
Moked will certainly have one
Knesset seat and perhaps two,
and possibly some other leftist
might attain the one percent mini-
n.u:u. but Labor does not want to
rely on them.
Labor's reinforced dependency on
NRP.
If Labor had triumphed in the
polls, there is little doubt that it
would have shifted further to the
left and perhaps even forced
Dayan out. As it is. though. Labor
needs Dayan and his ex-Rafites in
order to keep above water. Hence
Dayan. because of Labor's drop
in the polls, would seem to have
emerged with his position inside
the party strengthened.
THIS IS particularly the case
when it is borne in mind that the
various Left -of-Labor fringe
group peac^ parties did not pump
PD "ni'-h of a ves
in Labor can hardly claim that
the elections demonstrated a sig-
nificant swing to the minimalist
policies of the doves inside and
outside the Labor party. Assum-1
ing then that the Dayan-Golda
camp in Labor is strengthened by
the party's weakening, and that
this line will continue to guide'
Labor, will NRP allow itself to
be wooed into a coalition und-v
this leadership? Of course NRP
would ak and receive a heav>
price in terms of religious ar
rangements sabbath, education
and so on.
Usually, that is r>noush, but
this time it may not be. becausi
NHP itself is bv no mans united
and there are hawkish pressure^
within that party which constantly
push the leadership towards r
harder and harder line on the
territorial question. Dr. Yosef
Burg and Michael Han-zani. the
present NRP leaders, might well
wish to compromise with Labor
and reform the traditional coali-
tion.
They might seek to accept La
bor's formulations regarding th.
West Bank such as the Jordan
River as the "security border."
or a federation or confederation
scheme designed to include Jew-
ish settlements in historic areas
and military security without nec-
essarily seeking political sover-
eignty over tho whole West Bank.
The NRP's internal "opposi-
tion," Dr. Yitzhak Rafael's young
n led by Zevulun Hatnmei
and Yehuda Bon Men-, might very
well spurn all such compromise
and insist that the NRP as .
whole remain Arm In its pre
tion demand for a "national
emergency cabinet" to emb
Likud, too.
THE NRP's Immediate
election statem-nts. apart from
Burdine'fi IMans
Store Expansion
Thomas C. Wasmuth. chairman
of the board of Rurdira's. has an-
nounced plans for the expansion
of the retail chain's Westland
store.
The 21.000-square fool enlarge-
ment of the second \Un,v will add
major home furniture and carpet
departments to the store and also
allow for the expan ion of space
and merchandi e assortment
the dei orative home accesaorlea
and textili
.,. rjon | n al mart;.
I Burdine's Westland -
stated that l ::* wil1
make Westlan a com lete d
Com] de for the expan-
sion is schi It led I >i I ite June-
obvious satisfaction that the party -phe store, located in the Westland
retained its strength, adopted a sh c .,.,,.,. u m ,;K, heart of
hard line with Burg calling for a ,.
national emergency coalition. Kx- ""' la',ullv
Rafi Minister Shimon Peres sei ma section of Creator Miami.
West Ilialeah
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Arabs Take
'Credit' For
Fire at Dan
TEL AVIV (JTA) As the
Dan Hotel returned to normal
life, polic investigators went to
work at th- basement of the lux-
urious hotel of Tel Aviv where
a fire broke out at the "Tof-
any's" nightclub located there.
Within a short time police cam-
to conclusion that it was a break
in. and the fire was made to
cover up the forcing open of the
ca h
HOWEVER, more detailed in-
vestigation brought police to con-
clude thot. the money safe was
opened with key. and the signs
of forcing open were made to
covpr up the fact that a key was
used.
Most of the hotel guests evac-
uated early hours Monday were
back in their rooms, and some!
asked to be transferred to the
Accadia hotel which belongs to
the same hotl chain
Israelis could only smile when
they heard the Arab terrorist
radio state the fire at the night-!
club was a result of an act of!
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Take convenience of
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Philosophy Has iSot Chan get
By DR. MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
Beth Torah Congregation
faithful throughout the centuries
than our return to Israel. We want
peace and our loved ones are dy-
I ing in its cause
We have never fought a war of
' aggression. The Russians, tho>e
self-proclaimed champions of peace
made this war. That most aggres-
sive, brutal nation s.nce Nazi Ger- *****s\*& vc.
many screams lies, mercilessly to cantor Aron Ben Aron.
MIAMI
ICQA
Orthodox.
tion that they have trodden upon crush our people there and here I Fi Mas :15 p.m. >iu<-.-i peaJtar, Or
tor 1.300 years. dnd the countries of Europe except '"' T'"'"- 'llr-"'r "f Tay-^a.hs ,iis-
The Russians want hegemony for precious Holland solemnly pro "" ""* ";"""
I was prepared to submit the over Arab oil on the way to stran- ciainl their false neutrality. Blast ----------
article for todays Torah Portion. gli Europe. The British. French the,r hvpocrisv: That is no civiliza- *"""," c;!" S, KLiiS
But I received the following let- anJ ammm dppnm nf na KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 fuclld Ave.
. Orthodix. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
"aa F'^H-"' > TT.li over AraD ou on lne wa-v t0 stran" claim their false neuiri
ticle for today s Torah Portion. gling Europe rhe British. French their hypocrisy! That is
it 1 received the following let- and Germans dream of past glory tion that no longer can i
ter in the mail and buy indulgences from the I between good and evil. _
Which. I feel. IS, Arabs .;.,, our dwilhs The Japa. Bu[ ^ wi]1 no, t,i0 We win no, ; IITH^M .T,n,^^ Kendall
DM more poig- nese want business as usual. The |0 awav or allow to be destroyed I
nant than any Al|N,.,;l,,s USl> un ashamed Jew to the on!v place on earth where a
menage cioa;; their cowardly anti-Semitism. Jev mav legally defend himself.
MENORAH (Temple). 820 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
own. Cantor Nico Feloinan. 3S
NER TAMID (Temple). 80th St ana)
Tatum Waterw.y. Conservative
Rabbi Eugane LaboviU. Cantor Ed-
v-d Klein
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonlta Or Or.
thodox. Rabbi Phmtaa A. Weberman
And make M m stakes. That is Ron Was just 20. my cousin's
what is operating here. Where is son Not exceptional, not brilliant.
Kabbi Lipsehitz let us deal wise-
could try to con-
vey to readers.
Interestingly,
the seed of anti-
Semitism is real-
ly first mention-
ed in today's
Sidrah: "Come I holocaust.%"ci mute today?
bart M. Baumqard. Asaociate Rabbi ecpHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. S4J
Barry Altman 3 cliina Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiat. 31
BETH DAVIB. f*2S SW Srd Aye. CONGREGATION t TZ CHAIM. 1542.
Conservative Rabb' Sol Landau 44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Cantor William W. Linson. Crontr
Coral Way Chapel Kriuuy. 8:15 p.n; mobth BAv VILLAGE JEWISH]
the outcry against a sneak attack Just a fjne clear-eved faithful son i *""..... "No* >'>' yi'1"; ."l1 b center, itco 79th st. Cau.ev.-y.
(Planned by Russia)'.' Where is i & iitti 0, fc, horttr trying te 1 S^m^^SdM^y0*^ Nerth B" vi"" Conservative*
that pillar of peace, his unholiness prevent the hordes of Svrians bent Sou,n Dade Auditorium Friday.
lUo Onna-> U'htf n*r. lU Cknoti'in > I BiH Hill. ill utc Lord,' bj H
TU1 III OR/ >>- ---- -
Cantor Murray Yavneh. 32-A
the Pope' Why are the Christian on murder "from reaching "his I, r^,'^ T^,,:"" aoudas ac"^'^^ separo
voices of protest, mute during the Homeland. .Jmd murder they did ^ ^^B^r^Uimi SlXJST orthodox. Rabbi Mor.
commit. ami Mrs Leonard Levenatelii Torah'
Only the U.S., whatever her rea- Vedri was 29. Born in Turkey. Lmm: Wtwt____
lest thev multiplv Ths distorted'' KnS "^ b'' I^S" ^ "* tJ** he knew no other Homeland than mth el. soo sw -7th a,., ortho-
nhiln^nhv h 1 nnt nh,Ji ih hUr 6 Pra>' She Sta>S W'th US Israel He left a >0Ung Wkl0W and dOX' Rlbb* H Rp,hm"- *
philosophy has not changed as the wnen the crunch comei children ind a chasm of' ----------
following letter, written by Dr. E. Therp nre thre. Umes the dead lwo sma'1 "art,n anfla."n kth kodesh. hoi sw 12th Ave
Hartston of Kibhnt/ Rpt HaFmok I J ^ Ume* me. aeaa pain and loss in our Kibbutz SO- Modern Traditional. Rabb. .dix Sha.
nanston. oi bjmo Bet Hahmek, ^ the Six-Day War. That is the cie.v You SarOnes |d? f0r not attackinf' f5>r I S' i. ?** of the eo Lfi^ .ftTki^SitS^fc^
waging preventive war, for bowing munitv i Ckou! b> Rabbi Max Shaidro
to pressure from the family of na- Eltan was ^ 0ur jet pill)t. Qur gffl, ^Sat^oTh!. .Vh^
Ron is dead. Vedri is dead. Eitan
is dead. Yoni is dead. Meir is dy-
ing. The grandchildren of Ausch-
witz from the ghettoes of the world
are dying here. The cost is appall-
ing. The reasons are clear. Arab
pride cannot stand defeat by a na-
deca: Chaimo nta.
NORTH MIAMI KACM
ADATH VESHURUN (Temple). 1031
NE Miami Gardens Or Conservative.
' Rabbi Miltcn Sihl.niky. Cantor laa
Alpern.
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Common.ty Center. T925I
N.I. 3rd Ave. Orthodox. 33-A
BETH TORAH. '051 N Miami Beaot)
Blvd. Conaervative. Rabbi Max '_ o-
tions not to be the aggressor, best The choice of his generation.' -- a^t, cant.r^aco^B Mend.i.on, *
Where is the condemnation of Tne best student, best athlete, best BfT,Hc>7,KVA *R*,orm) 902i SJ"^ MAI Raphael ioi Nwjurd st
the aggressors Bflnr? worker, reliable, mature; in short.
Conservative. Rabbi Victor
Zwellmg. Cantor Jack Lerner.
The whole world is crazv. inside- the best. And so he became a jet heth tov . 43 sw 8th -----.-----
it. upside^lown. There is no cause pilot. He died helping to push the RU.lf0Sr..V'slym!!;,bbMirSl. "5. '!-*', %im& &NSSIZ U
ore just, more humane, more Svrians back where they came: Kruia> *'' o.m. itai.i-i charie iiuwi aaiDh p Kmaaity "antor irvi
---------------------------------------------- *rm w'" ontoiaia and baatow th<- btriirdu-- i eiTuii,,. '
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Jan. 13 Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Solomon Schiff. director. Federation's
Community Chaplaincy Service
Jan. 13 Ch. 7. 10 a.m. Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Max Lipsehitz, Beth Torah Congrega-
tion
Jan. 13 Ch. 4, 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "Common Cause 4 its Program"'
Guests: Mrs. Ruth Shack and Charles Casseni
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tion uimiii his RranddaUKhter, Hfih I Shulkea. ____ ____ J
Yoni was 21, doing his compul- Ana faldnaan. who <*ui b* -aiii to ,yM,...L|e ,..,, N_
,_____""___,.,,; u. AiAn't ho I"* Turah a> a Bal Mitzvati He a,ad KY LAKE SYNAGOGUE^ 1*151 NB
~ory military service. He didn t oe- Mra 1{ulivl Wlll ,lK,,,wr ,hr (,^ ith Ave. ortnodox. Rabbi Oo
lieve in war. That is, he didn't ghabbal Mtowlna th earvkiai ka Bidnick officiating 3S
think it would solve the problems. ** "' th' '^^L VOUNO 18,iAtL ;r GREATeR Ml.
but hp went because it was his israel (Temple) of greater mi- ami. 990 ne uiat St. Orthodoa.
> duty. He served faithfully and well ami. 137 ne 1Mb St. R.f.rm. Rabbi Rabbi bbtwiKoe.oweky. *
, ,, Joseph R. Narot. ^Q LORAL 6411(5
and died when his tank was blown r.r, s UMmm JUDEA : up in Sinai trying to repel the t>'>- *',""','" ""r.K,'1'K'YU':,N"" Reform Rabbi Michael b liaaa.
Egyptian invasion. He died the *T c,n.,or "lta shore. as
, ., .. i w r f I'lay. K:l i>ni >.'i-iiinii l'..-.*.-nina
, dav of the cease fire in a war that Israelite center. 3175 sw 25th reward \ui.. Lombard! and the
. has not furthered the Arab cause,' SVnder0BcVn'iaVVNatlUa0Parni. n ii'T1'1 "" ?*y" C Ka''1" m**~
. 1 1 atenoer. cantor Nathan Parnass. n H Kis.nsiai
has brought mankind to the brink Priday. a p.m mm I it pm Qui ----------
again and may not be over yet. {^^L&f, &!&, Adiuli.tr^t'Sn' i*MORA (Tempi.. 44 zamor. Ave,
. IHllvr. PUCIHi ."('* lino .-\'ini,ni>ll.iin*ll rnniprwaf u* Diki- u.-^.i'
There are many things we can T,,,,,, s...,..: Bacorlt) Saturday. |.?u.r can.or stan i.v Ri^
i be proud of. not only in Kibbutz -- > v XSff^TSA ^'- tiKZjgtftm *'
but in the whole nation. First, is ---------- suwfilDi
OLOM ,'T.n.pi., 3755 SW 16th M?.GAN. DAVID CONGREGATION.
Ii .'uriM-. "1:1:1--. I! |:l.'l" M-HT'I
'IT .:..,.
,.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Sh
emos
the unselfish con.-ideration. help, or
and love evident throughout the; tm^TSSSSfmrn^mlT^i.^
'.and. Second, is the courage of -----a-----
'hese people, the soldiers in the tipereth isr^hl. bsoo n Miami
..,.,., .. 1 Avo. Constrvat.<-e, Pabbi Maun;-
field and the wives, mothers and Klein. 14
children at home ----------
Our Kibbutl of 130 members sent *'.N (Temriei sooo Miier Rd Con.
, _, aervitive. Rabb. Noinian Shapiro,
bl pc-piO t.i the war. Those who Canto- Errol Helfman.
1343 Hard.no Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
laaac O. Vine. Cantor Laibela
Levine. N
fOKT lAUDHDAlt
BETH ISRAEL (T-mplei. 7100 W.
Oakland Park B!vd Rabbi Ph.lip A.
Labowitz. Cantor Maurice New. 49
,, EMANUEL. 3245 W. Oakland ParH
stayed behind have maintained
ISRAEL 1\ B >N1 V .K: Many yea:- 0f Jo-
seph the Hyksoa K ngs who ruled Egypt wwe over
turned and a new Pharaoh (probably Th ;il. founder of
the 18th Egyptian d\::..~- ,. i5th centll:i
B.C.E., afraid that the Israelis who \ Goshen
remain loyal to the previous king. Initiated a policy of opei
that gradually reduced them to slavery. This was the stai
Israel's bondage in Egypt Pharaoh ordered the Hebrew midwives
to kill all male children at birth. However, fearing God. they dis-
obeyed him. Thereupon Pharaoh decreed that every new born son
should be drowned in the river Nile.
BIRTH AND EARLY YEARS OF M ?SES: Arr.ram and
Yoshebed. members o: the tribe of Lev;, had two children. Miriam
and Aaron; soon after the king's edict, 3 second son was born.
After hiding him for three months, his mother placed him in an
ark made of bulrushes among the reeds on the bank of the river
Nile, leaving Miriam to watch :t from a distance, Pharaoh's daugh-
ter came down to bathe, saw the basket and sent one of her maid-
ens to fetch it. She realized it was a Hebrew child and. touch I
with pity, decided to adopt it Miriam CBBM forward and asked the
princess for permission to find a nurse for the child, and brought
back the child's real mother, under whose .'are the boy was taught
the traditions of his ancestors. When he grew older he was taken
to the royal palace and given the name of Moses, meaning "Drawn
Out of the Water." When he reached manhood. Moses went out
Blvd. Reform!. Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams Cantor Jerome Kleatent, *S
P0MPAH0 SUCH
ER 6101
. *
i I ;;
the farm with the nelp of volun
who were here when I le war ~ ~ Margate jewish cent
&. By the way. the volunteers Mr Gilbert ___ ___
"l per cent Gentile and inclu I HIAKtAK
SO Swed volunteers tifereth jacob (Tampla). ?.-i e
. u 4!" Av< Conservative. Raboi Na-
: not leave wnen the than miondek n
war bro out hokth MIAMI
Our morale is .cod. The ache of beth mosi.e congregation. 222s
!'" Will lessen With time NE ':,' Conservat ve. Rabbi
Joaeoh Oorfmkel. Cantor Ben 2ior
Kirschsnbau"- 35
MIAMI BIACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabb. al'.eldon N. Ever 17
;. with th help of the Jew and
a few friends we will rebuild.
Love,
Ovadia (Ed)
SHOLOM (Temple ISJ SE 11th Ava.
Conservat Rnhb, Moms A. Skoa.
Cantor Yaacov Renter 9
HAUAN0AU
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
iConservativeK 41$ NE 8t^ Ava
Rabhi Harry E. Schwarti. Cantor
Jacob Dannper. ^|
-
: 11 : i
m S rlptural leaalo. JSxodua.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Raubi Mordecii Shan.ro. 1S
HOUYWOOb
CR,ArL, SPRINGS HEBREW CON-
OBEC.ATION. Conservative. 3501
Umvermty Dr. Rabb. Max Weiti. 44
BETH JACOB ?01 Was* nq'on Ave. ocru ci
Young People
W^ll ^T.a^a. /1,' "shnVaVy^u t"sw"- Ava
n III 1 Um f/Il "k*. Cantor Maur.ce Mamches. 1f .."*'"'" R^>b. S.moel Jaffe. |
InP
rogram
Florida Chapter of Hineni will
sponsor an aopearance here of,
Rebbitaen Esther Jung.eis in I ftfcWtt
program of singing and dancing
called "Hineni- \ Return to God."
BETH RAPHAEL (T.mpl.). 1545 Je.
ferion Ave. Conservat.ve, R.1bbl l| ""*'
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20 ____.____
BETH W-OLOM rSi., 4U4 Ch, "h^ SS,HACLoS.M.rvl1Tt%n:P,e> ^ **
Ave. Liberal. RaLbi Leon Kronish.
21
To plan for her appearance here,
to see how his fellow Israelis were faring: he saw an Egyptian 're wffl be a meeting at Beth
----------... Rabbi Mor.
ton Malavsky. Cantor Irving Cold 4S
'co^.. (Te.m,"eU 12u1 Jo"""" at
Conservative. Rabbi Dav:J Shaa-ra
Cantor Yehuda_H*llbrun mtm9
- HarrD; HhZX "''' CtJiS
ntrry Schmerling 47-B
Miami Beach Auditorium on Feb
18 at 7 p.m.
overseer beating one of the Hebrews. He killed the Egyptian and.
looking around tn *ee that no one was near, buried the body in
saad. Fearful that bis life was in danger, Moses fled. He settled
in the land of Midian, in the southeastern region of the Sinai
peninsula where he became a shepherd, tending the flocks of
Jettro. Eventually he married Jethro's daughter, Zipporah.
CALL OF MOSES. The Pharaoh died, but the oppression of
the Israelites continued with even greater severity under his sue
censors, and the people cried out to God for help and redemption
While tending sheep at Horeb. in the Sinai peninsula Moses en
countered a very strangely inspiring sight-a bush in the A>
lance covered in flames, yet not being consumed. In this vision
God revealed himself unto Moses and directed him to be the
messenger that would go to Pharaoh and command him. in the
name of God, to let the children of Israel go free (Exodus
Chapters 1 to 6).
.... _.: .. a
Israel Congregation on Jan. 14 at
| 3 p.m., according to Morton Maisel
and Irwin Block, cochairmen.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euc^d Ave. Or-. *<" thodox. R.bbi Joseph E. Rackov^ TEMPLE SOLEL^ (L,^.,,
-------a------- E 'Vat!"-"-;.Hollywood. R.bbi ftp?
B", JOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE. "'" ^"^ "aOhaal Kyrr.
CAT.ON. S43_Maridi.,. Ave. A VOUNO ISRAEL o, HOLLVWOOD.
(Orthodox) 3891 Stirling Rd
; Square Garden, she captivated
J 10.000 spectators with whai she *M*NU-EL (Tempi,). 1701 Waohin
| calls "Judaism in Action.^________\ Us^.^^S\*-<
\ '*A**AAnVn%vWyVP^v
ng.
no
24
HOMtSTlAD
"* "*e 8,n St Conrvativ.
ii
CANDUUGHT1NG HMf
17 TEVETH 6:28
..... aMPjaja
Thu p^gg u prtfxxrtd
in
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 p.. -r
Or. Orthodox. R,bbj Afexander s'! 1 w'P"'i"^ uvf> the Grrute.
Gross.
28 j Miami Rootinical AmoookKoii.
CONQflSQATION AN mb. ,- Ccprdmatpr of the feature/
of Hebr^T,A^.derny7E7n tl^n J '>j* *
Mer.d.an Av._Or,ho^x. ^ RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
JACOB
SVNA
Orthodox
Cantor M.,.?bE9.\,bor "",
Spiritual Lejder of
Tewalt Zomara
Carol Gables


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m m B'nai B'rith Leader
JeW]ls]Il Floridian To Visit Miamians
Miami, Florida Friday, January 11, 1974
Local Women Appointed To
National UJA Leadership
A number of Miami women have
been appointed to positions of key
leadership within the Women's
Division ot the National United
Jewish Appeal organization for
1974. The announcement was made
recently by Elaine Siris, 1974
chairman of the National UJA
Women's Division.
Mrs Morton Silberman of Mi-
ami, chairman of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation's High
School in Israel Committee and
chairman of Missions to Israel foi
the GMJF, will serve as regional
vice chairman of the National L'JA
Women's Division for 1974.
Mrs. Mike Sumberg of Miami
Shores, who serves locally as chair-
man of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Israel Programs Com-
mittee,' will serve in 1974 as vice
chairman in charge of education
for the National UJA Women's
Division. Mrs. Sumberg is active
i GMJF Women's Division in
the North Dade area as the area's
"Missions Chairman."
Irving WexJer, president
of GMJF Women's Division, has
been appointed as a member at
of the National UJA Wom-
en's Division Board for 1974.
AIn serving ;- a member at
largi of the National UJA Wom-
en's Division Board, reeppointed
1974. bj ;.i- Norms Kipnis of
i Beach. Ms. Kipnis was an
associate general chairman of the
:m73 CJA-IEF drive, and is a
former campaign chairman of the
GMJF Women's Division.
| Rabbi Benjamin M. Kahn of
Section B Washington. DC. international
executive vice president of B'nai
B'.-ith. will visit Miami Feb, 4-and
5, for a series of meetings and
conferences with B'nai B'rith lead-
ers, according to Edward Tyna-
roff, regional director of the B'nai
B'rith Foundation of the United
States.
Rabbi Kahn. a native of Lowell.
Mass.. graduated from Harvard
University in 1934, A.B. magna
cum laude. He did graduate work
in philosophy at Columbia Univer-
sity, and in 1938 he was ordained
and received the degree 01 Master
of Hebrew Literature from the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America. In 1962 he was awarded
an honoiary degree oi Doctor of
Humane Letters by Alfred Uni-
versity, and in 1969 received an
onorary degree of Doctor o: He
new Letters from the Jewish
Theological Seminary.
From 1938 to 1940 Rabbi Kahn
served as assistant r;;bb; at Anshe
Emet Synagogue in Chicago. From
1940 to 1953 he was director of
the B'nai b rith Hi.bi Foundation
at the Pennsylvania State Univer-
sity, where he was a member of
the faculty o: the Pennsylvania
State University with the rank of
Lecturer in Hebrew, teaching
RABBI BENJAMIN KAHN
courses in the Hebrew language
and jn Jewish history. He a- also
connected with the Social Science
.teearcn Center.
Rabbi Kahn has served as presi-
dent of the National Association of
Hillel Directors. In September of
1959 he became International Hil-
el Direct* r, i post which he oc-
cupied until assumed the execu-
Continued on Page 4-B
nes
the white sate

JOYCE SUMBtRG

Dr. Esther Ha.tsman Guest
The Sisterhood of Temple Adath
Yeshurun will hold a general meet-
ing, Wednesday at 8 p.m. Mrs
Herbert Cliernov, president, will
preside. Dr. Esther A. Hartsman.
Ph.D., will be guest speaker. Her
topic will be "Patterns of Com-
munications." A question and an-
swer period will follow.
Sisterhood Luncheon Set
The Sisterhood of Temple
Tifereth Jacob is holding a lunch-
eon at noon Thursday, Jan. 17.
Mrs. Bea Briklod or the temple
office are in charge of reserva-
tions.
Pictured with Shaul Ramati (center), Consul General oi
Israel for Chicago and the Midwest, at the "Honorees of Is-
rael New Year's Dinner" in the Fontainebleau Hotel are Dr.
Irving Lehrman of Temple Emanu-El (left), chairmem of the
Greater Miami Israel Bonds board of governors, and Dr.
Leon Kronish of Temple Bern Sholom (right), national cam-
paign cochairman for State of Israel Bonds. The annual
event, attended by nearly 500 persons, was held under the
auspices of Capital for Israel, Inc., sponsor of Israel Bank of
Agriculture stock.
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Pan* in.fi
Pcre 2-F
tewlst fkrldHnr
Friday, January 11, 1971
Events To Benefit 1974 CJA-IEF Campaign z\ 0 W^
lomon Schiff, ex i
dent oi the Rabbinic il
ill, wiii
r Sunday at
'
Afr, : r.%r*': +H*V "held
on behalf .of the Greater Miami
Jew -ii Federation's 1974 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Enier-
y Funa.
Gei in in the
i> Hou e ii Alb rt M. Shu*-
i-,. n Fr i !.. Goldsmith is honor-
b ; i hairman.
ra ( ud
j lo< W i II m 8 I\!i'\
' Rl ben Klein.
F<- in J. Lefkowitz, Louis Nieweg,
Mrs. Joseph Pfelfer, Isadore Sha-
piro. Mrs. Murray Steinberg and
Ua a.
Crystal House
Cocktail Party
Is of I C .i I
v or b -
! Greate M i I J<
v -. nbined J
gencj Fund
in the <
l rani
.a the evi nl "ill
!i man of
' wish Appeal-
Israel 1 i i Fund.
Ccchain ol the I r.
Hou-c ( tee are
\. Gal'. Jr.,
5 G. R< kin.
i
1 : i Bot-
< i 'c-Uman, Sam
I

I :
R
: 's. S
.-.;
Towers
nounced.
i .'
ptaS Mi -. E aine Sir] .. Worn
j. i.
i i h ippi .::. .Mr
ei tly ii turned from ;.
. m to Israel.
drmen fo the building an
Ben Essei Edwin S. S
1 acoast 11 S nth Uommil
: mbers i .. udi A I Bars
">r. W .1 iam S Biatt. Charles
tow, Hyman Boxer, Abraham 0
. iii i -t i v.
In, Jack H. Levin, Ab:
on. D i
I A. Wax ai I
Wei "
Host tj are .Mr-
'amui 1 Bern tein. Dia-

I i -ii
C
A rent lira Country
Club Winner Set
\vi ntura resii and country
.;,!, ,.., : will attend a dinner
m b< half of the Greater Miami
ewish Fed ration's 1974 C wi
ri h Appeal [srael Enter
enc) Fund Thursday, Jan. 31, ac-
!,) Aventura cochai men
irs irothj Feinbei u. Mil Karfc
1-Day Institute For Teachers
At Congregation B'nai Kupha* I
Cocktail Party

hoi pa t:
lien'
; Fund at -1
i -. el Kos
ran general rn in for I u
Wcallsit
Cheese Pizza
but the family
calls it an
Italian Nychel
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee* Cheese
Pizza a real family
pleaserl Just follow the
easy directions on the box
end in just about 20 min-
utes you get a sizzling hot
treat-crisp, cheesy, au-
thentic Italian pizza. All the
makings come in this one
packagepizza flour mix,
pizza sauce and cheese.
How about some for sup-
per, tonight? How about a
whole one for yourself, just
8s soon as you get bactr
from the store!
ncing the Jew-
the te; 'her an i
id on the physic i
el ild, and
ing i
n< and g
day In-
i i :
I
> gation B"ni i
d St.,
10 .i :\
I j ...
ICO ; 5 from the -
.-(I ii ii
i a
extern Rabbi \
Z adcr i
11
im i on b -hai
ati n.
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Lehman, Gershfield To Address
United Synagogue Delegates
Addresses by Congressman Wil- bath morning services at Tempi-
ham Lehman and Rabbi Edward Menorah of Miami Beach led bv
M. Gershfield, Professor of Rabbin- Rabbi Seymour Friedman region
ics. Jewish Theological Seminary.' al director. Greetings will be ex
highlight activities on behalf tended by Mr. Golden and
of the Southeast Region, United
Synagogue of America, this week-
end at the Carillon Hotel.
Joseph Golden of Beth Torah
Congregation, the regional presi-
dent, reports that delegates will
be coming from over 59 conserva-
tive congregations In the South-
eastern part of the I'nited States
to participate in a Torah Institute
he!d on the Sabbath, a breakfast
meeting of the Israel Affairs
Jerry
Sus*man of Temple Menorah, a
past regional president, will give
a Dvar Torah on Sabbath morning
Rep. Lehman, who was to return
from a fact-finding visit to Israel
Thursday, will give a report at the
Sunday morning breakfast. Howard
Oser of T;mple Israel, Orlando
chairman and Jack Abelow of Tern
pl Emanu-El. Miami Beach, co-
chairman, will conduct the meet
ing. Among the Israel Affairs
nen of the region and a dele- i cn3irmen expected to attend are

gates meeting Sunday.
The Sabbath Torah Institute
which will be led by Prof. Gersh-
field. a renowned rabbinic scholar
and teacher, will deal with text ma-
terial from Maimonides. There will
be a series of discussions on how
Jacob Ruil'iman. Temple Beth
Shalom. Hollywood: Joseph Klein-
ir ,n. Temple Sinai. Hollywood; Dr.
Phineas Hyams, Beth David Con-
gregation. Miami; Mel Shifke, Tem-
ple Or 01 ru. Miami; Dr. Gerald
Wernick. Tempi? Zion. Miami: Jo
seph Ab"bw. Temple Emanu-El.
the Rambam's thinking has perti-1 Miami" B,.ach'. Murray Friedman
Temple Menorah. Miami Beach:
Irving Newman of Beth Torah Con-
nence to the modern Jew.
Phillip Schiff of Beth
David
Congregation, past regional presi
dent, is chairman. The group will
attend Friday evening and Sab
gregation, North Miami Beach, and
Samuel Shapiro, of Temple Beth
Israel. Sunrise.
Wayne Fariss Receives School's
Ben-Gurion Humanitarian Award
South Dade Hebrew Academy
awarded its David Ben-Gurion
Humanitarian Award to Wayne
Farris. WCKT-TV newscaster, at
the annual Scholarship Ball, held
recently at the Eden Roc Hotel.
The locally televised affair, at-
tended by many Miami dignataries.
also featured State Attorney Gen-
eral Robert Shevin as guest speak-
er.
Dr. Melvyn Greenstein, presi-
dent of the 100 student elementary
day school, which is located at the
YM-YWHA. 8500 SW 8th St.. and
is a beneficiary agency of the
Create! Miami Jewish Federation,
presented the award to Mr. Fariss.
Cochairmen o the successful
scholarship fund raising affair
were Kenneth Giick and Bernard
Herskowitz. Master of Ceremoniei
for tin evening was Fund-Raising
chairman, Joseph T. Murray, who
reported that the income from the '
evening was the highest in the his- ,
tory of the school. Proceeds will '
aliow more children to attend the \
my in the future, he said,
Rabbi Riskin's
Lecture Part of
Cultural Series
Rabbi Steven Riskin is appear-
ing at Beth Torah Congregation
Thursday. Jan. 17. at 8:30 p.m. His
lecture is part of the temple's
cultural series.
Rabbi Riskin has had extensive
ontact with Jewish youth through-
out the country as a faculty mem-
ber of Yeshiva University. Youth
Seminars and the Israel Summer
rtistitute and is presently on the
national advisory board of Yav-
neh, the national Jewish student
group.
He has lectured and ministered
to many adult groups in both the
United States and Canada. He is
also the author of "Home Studies
in Prayer."- a pilot publication in
Adult Education, sponsored by the
Community Service Division of
Yeshiva University. He has pub
lished articles in Judaism, Tradi-
tion and Jewish Life.
Rabbi Riskin is currently the
spiritual leader of the Lincoln
Square Synagogue, a major con-
gregation which he helped found
ill the Lincoln Center area of Man-
hattan, and is dean of the Shapiro
Academy of Higher Jewish Studies.
He is Assistant Professor of Tal-
mud at the James Striar School
of Yeshiva University, where he
bag taught since 1963. the chair-
man of the Center for Russian
Jewry, a founder of the Student
Struggle for Soviet Jewry, and
vice chairman of the New York
Conference for Soviet Jewry.
Federation Leaders Elected To
AJJDCs Board of Directors
Two important leaders of the
Greater Miami Jewish community
were elected to the board of direc-
tors of the American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee at the an-
nual meeting last month accord-
I ing to an announcement made by
Edward Ginsberg, AJJDC chair-
man.
The two are Morton Silberman,
chairman of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's 1974 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund and Harry A. Levy,
1973 CJA-IEF chairman who is
-erving as an advisor to the 1974
chairman.
Other local leaders serving on
the AJJDC board of directors are ;
Herman KatZ, Sidney Lefcourt,
Stanley C. Myers and Robert Rus
sell.
gfM V-M
Morton Silberman
Harry levy
The American Jewish Joint DlS
tribution Committee services Jew-
ish communities in 25 counti >
around the-world, including Israel.
It is presently providing hea.i ,
welfare, rehabilitation, educational
and cultural, and religious ; >-
grams to aid some 4C0 000 .I
Dr. Mslvyn Goldstein, (left)
president of South Dade He-
brew Academy, presents David
Ben-Gurion Humanitarian
Award to WCKT-TV newscaster
Wayne Fariss.
Mrs. Jack Wolfstein To Be
Sisterhood's Guest Jan. 22
Mrs. Jack Wolfstein. guest
speaker, will discuss "Sisterhood"
at a general meeting of the Sister-
hood of Temple Tifereth Jacob in
the temple Tuesday, Jan. 22, at
7:30 pjn. Members and friends
are invited.
Mrs. Wolfstein. president of the
National Council of Jewish Women.
is serving her fourth year as presi-
dent of the Florida Branch of the
Women's League ftr Conservative
Judaism, and is an accredited dis-
cussion leader for the Women's
League.
Benefit Concert Planned Jan. 19
The Cantors Association of The parents of the Ft!
Greater Miami Choral Ensemble, grandchildren were killed recent-
under the direction Cantor David > While travelling in Europe. Tne
Conviser. will hold a benefit con- children are now living in ll
cert for the orphaned grandchil-> The conceit proceeds will be '---i
drcn of Cantor and Mrs. Nico Feld- tor their upkeep,
man at Temple Menorah, 620 75th
St., Miami Beach. Saturday, Jan. A number of prominent soloists
19, at 8:30 p.m. will be featured in the program.
'Religious America' Series Premieres On Ch. 2 Friday
A new series, called "Religious
America." will be aired on Ch. 2.
Friday nights at 9:30. beginning
this week and continuing for 13
consecutive weeks.
"Religious America" is people.
People you've never met, but
omehow feel you know, such as
a radiant young woman in ? Pente-
costal church: a bi;, bearded
Hasidic Jew who sells groceries in
a dry goods store: a rwtf. re-
.uir.ed from six years of imprison-
ment and torture in Vietnam. I
(eels he owes his life to what ha
and God found in each other, and
a young woman who used t; sell
>e in San Francisco, but found
love, fellowship and a sense of
who she is in a commune of 120
people in a little town near the
>r -an.
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Robert Frehling President Of
Mt. Sinai Young Presidents Club
R ibert Frehling, a prominent
fliam businessman, has been ap
point ii chairman of the recently-
create Young Presidents Club of
Mo." Sinai liedical Center.
l oup, associate i with the
Devi: >; nt Fund of Mount Sinai,
ii i] ipo (! of young, commun
minded executives in the Greatei
Miami area who will un rtalce, as
the r main goal, the funding of
special projects at the medical
eerier.
Initially, the Young Presidents
will help finance the new closed
cireu.t television communications
system which is being developed
at Mount Sinai for use in the very
near future.
JUnder the direction of Paul
Sfcowstaik, RBP, FBPA, Chief of
tie BioPhotography Department,
the system will provide an import-
ant communications link between
the patient and doctor, between
the paramedical educational stu-
dent and his teicfier, and between
Mount Sinai and its medical af-
filiates in the South Florida area.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION-JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
ANNUAL TRIBUTE BANQUET
honoring
ROBERT FRtHUNG
and hospital administrators on de-
tails.
Jerry Blank, chairman of the
Development Fund, said. "We're-
certain that the Young Presidents
Club will help to accomplish many
things at Mount Sinai."
Jerrold F. Goodman, Earl Ritas, I ----------------------------------------
Leonard Schwartz and Arthur 0hV Shalom Brunch Social
Sfceppard. all members of the ad
hoc executive committee, are cur-
rently working with Mr. Showstark
Israeli Oil Paintings
Head Worked trail Troys, Inlaid
Stead*. Yemenite Embroidered
Cktfciag. Hebrew listen Ret.rdf.
Other Interesting Item. Wtlt-
ckeiter, 229-4559
"Getting to Know You" will be
the theme of Ohev Shalom Sister-
hood's paid-up membership brunch
and social hour Wednesday in the
temple.
Sisterhood Luncheon
The Sisterhood of Temple Me-
norah wiH hold a "Stairway to the
Stars" luncheon in the Eden Roc
Hotel at noon Thursday, Jan. 17.;
MR. & MRS. ISAAC DANNENBERG
Sunday, January 20 1074 6:30>P.M.
Kne.seth Israel Social Hall.
1415 Eyelid Avenue
Miami. Btach, Fla.
RABSI DAVID LEHKfliLD
Spiritual Leader
DAVID EISENSTEIN
President



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Friday, January 11, 1974
New Membership Policy At
YM-YWHA Approved by Board
o nnible bv I hildren arc supervised by licensed
*. rHt VSJSffoJSi ** ^T? Educa,0,ra
;rant f1',^ ;al"''a Drogram ;>hasis is placed on creative
*S "Ta-nTtoTTn, and pos.tive relationship ln
Monday through Friday and tlu soenenceg.______________
SU--V R. Gilbert, president of *e iMntive Firs, M.^fgj^^" ^ ^
the YM YWHA. a part of the Jew- bership. contact Marvin L.eber- 8500 SW 8tt St diw
mmunity Centers of South man. assistant executive director J^JJ^S; will .peak
Florida, has announced the ap- at the Y. 0n "Values Clarification U<>^
froval of a now membership "r,...I,": _* V miu.'" This is the third in the
ry at the YMHA. by its board The YM YWHA ,s now accept- We Cope I
of d rectors
\ ,- ccommend
bership Committee and its chair- adults, college- ana graauai u- j- -Jjrr gd j," and lifc.
Dr. William Levin. dents, high school juniors and sen- with child"
Adults in a family unit who are iors.
t the YMHA. by its board 1 ne i-in* u. ...- ^. p~Mt'iitali Education series da
rs. This change in policy ing applications for summer posi- Pac, Adult F in
.mended by the Y Mem-, tions. Positions are open for sfentd to t n. ..
ommittee. and its chair- adults, college and graduate stu- v h urnanistic
the age of 21. may now join
YMHA through an individual
ii! mbership at a cost of $100 per
year. This new membership cate-
. iry is particularly attractive to
athletes who are interested in
playing tennis, handball, paddle
ball, or utilizing any of the other
wide range of athletic facilities oi
ihe Y. Individuals ma> now in
The "Y" is seeking counsellors,
specialists in athletics, creative
arts, life guards with WSI's, Junior
Counsellors and unit heads Ea
perienced -s well as non-experi-
enced workers are needed.
Mis Jack Rosenthal P r A
chairman, invites the public to at-
tend. There is no charge and re-
ments will bo served.
The YM-YWHA is offer
The YMHA summer programs
will include Regular Pay Camp,
Creative Arts Center, Sports Cen
dependently join the Y and ut.l- ter. Senior AdulCamp. Teer..Trav-
ire the vasl facilities of the agency P. fro* '< > f*
Camp and Preschool Camp. Em-
agencj
as this new membership category
is effective immediately.
In addition, the "First Time
Membership" category will again
he in effect this year This mem-
bership permits those who are
joining the YMHA for the first
time to receive an S82 credit either
towards the summer camp program
or other services the 'Y' offers.
For further information regard-
ing the new membership category
row and exciting "Adult Theatre
Program" beginning Thursdaj
Jan' 17. at 8 r 111. at the YMHA.
3500 SW 8th St.
Participants will receive 1
week introduction to th
which will include creative u e 0
the senses, improvisation,
tion. technical theatre and theal e
fie'.d trips.
Ms. Carcn L. Oregar, a
Pel sons interested in applying playwright who has had threi
phasis is placed on Jewish back-
ground and programming .-kills of
all kinds.
should call Allan Just for an ap-
pointment and application.
The YM-YWHA Early Childhood
and Day Car.' Program is spon-
soring a Parent Adult evening
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the
B.B. Leader To Visit Miamians
Continued from IB
tive vice presidency of B'nai B'rith
In December 1371. In 1963 he was.
appointed by President Kennedy
to membership on the Peace Corps
National Advisory Council and was
rcapoointed by President Johnson
in 1964.
Among the professional organ-
izations with which he is asso-
ciated are the Rabbinical Assembly
of America. American Association
of University Professors, and the
National Association of Professors
ol Hebrew. Rabbi Kahn is a mem-
ber of the 'Jewish Heritage"
editorial committee, the Academic
Council of the American Friends
of the Hebrew University, the
Board of Overseers of the Lown
Institute for Contemporary Jewish
Studies at Brandeis University, and
the COJO Commission on Jewish
Education.
He has written a guide book on
the subject -Sabbath Eve Services
in Hillel Foundations,"' and a
study on "Religious Diversity in
the Hillel Foundations He is also
Ideas: The Great Western Faiths,"
under a grant received from the
I reduced locally, has worked pro
tessiona'.ly with the Coconut Grove
Playhouse and has directed
children's and adult theatre, will
be the instructor.
The program is open to both V
members and non-memo* rs. For
further information contact Allan
Ju.-t at the 'Y*.
The YM-YWHA has openings in
Fund for Adult Education through its Day Care Center for 3 year and
the Center for Continuing Liberal 3 year olds. Children of working
Education and has contributed parents are accepted,
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JWV Posts Will
Combat Openings
Of Nazi Office
Department of Florida Comman-
der M. Jay Berliner of the Jew-
ish War Veterans of the U.S.A.
has called a special meeting of
four JWV Posts on Florida's west
coast to combat the establishment
of an office of the National So-
cialist White People's Party in St.
Petersburg.
'We have invited representatives
of all veterans' organizations,
along with community and syna-
gogue leaders to the meeting Sun-
day. Jan. 20. at 10 a.m. at the Jew-
i-h Community Center in Tampa.
The presence of this office in St. ]
Petersburg is a threat to every
Jew in Florida," Berliner stated.
The JWV state commander will
be the guest speaker at Temple
Israel in Cape Canaveral during
Sabbath evening services Friday,
Jan. 18. His topic will be "Anti-
Semitism in Florida."
The following day Commander
Berliner will attend the Bat Mitz-
vah of Jaclyn Propper, daughter
of Cape Canaveral Municipal
Court Judge and Mrs. Irving Prop-
per. Judge Propper, Commander
of JWV's Cape Kennedy Post No.
775, is a former Miami resident
He practiced law in Miami for a
number of years.
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Some thing taste so good together'it's a joy
just to think about it. Like the bakery fresh
bagels you're going to have for Sunday
breakfast. And the coffee that goes best with
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Mrs. Katharine Graham to Address
ISClWJBiunclwan Wednesday Morning
"Press and Government" will be
the featured topic of Mrs. Kath
arine Grahams address to Greater
Miami Section. National Council
of Jewish Women at the annual
luncheon membership meeting
scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Wednes-
day at the Seville Hotel, Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Graham, publisher of the
Washington Post and owner of TV
Station WPLG Ch. 10 in Miami,
was recently honored when she
became the first female recipient
of the John Peter Zenger Award. :
given by the University of Arizona
for her outstanding efforts on be-
half of freedom of the press.
Marie Anderson, former Worn
men's Editor of the Miami Herald
and presently Dean of the Division
of University Relations at Florida
International University, will t*
the recipient of Greater Miami
Section's Hannah G. Solomon
Award.
This award is given annually tc
an outstanding community leader
Former recipients include Henry
King Stanfo-d, president of the
University of Miami, and Olive;
J. Keller, director of Florida's De
partment of Youth Services.
In addition to her acthitics at
Florida International University.
Dean Anderson currently servo
jn the Coalition for Research on
Women's Education and Develop-
ment, the Human Resources Action
Committee of the Greater Miami
Chamber of Commerce, the board
if the Voluntary Action Center
*nd the Citizens Committee to
Present New Planning and Zoning
Ordinances to the City of Miami.
She is immediate past chai'per-
on of the Governor's Commission
on the Status of Women and has
rerved as chairperson of the Coun-
cil for the Continui.ig Education
of Women.
Dean Anderson was named to
her present post by Dr. Charles E.
Perry, president, following 23
ears with the Miami Herald. She
recently received the Eh n: ,
Award presented by the r .(
Prcsa Club for outstanding C' .
buttons in journalism and was hc,n.
'>nd by the .National Orsanizai ,
for Women for her work for bu.
man rights.
Greater '.Miami Section. National
Council of Jewish Women is pre-
sently under the leadership of
Mrs. Mikki Futernick and has a
membership of over 2.800 women.
The public is invited to attend
this bruncheon meeting. Reserva-
tions must be made through the
Council office.
MAklt ANDtRSOH
Dr. Schechtermaii
Breakfast Speaker
The Cultural Program of Tem-
ple Beth El will present Dr. Bern-
ard Schechterman. University of
Miami Professor of politics and
public affairs. Sunday at 9:30 a.m.,
at a breakfast hosted by the
Brotherhood in the Tobin Audi-
torium of the temple, 1351 S. 14th
Ave. He will speak on "Why Are
Some Jewish Intellectuals Alien-
ated?"
Dr. Schechterman received his
Ph.D. degree from Indiana Univer-
sity and specializes in Internation-
al Relations: American Foreign
Policy: Soviet Affairs, and Middle
East Affairs.
The public is invited: breakfast
proceeds go to the Youth Activities
Fund.
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.lm>t Friday, January 11, 1971
I
Mayer John B. Orr of Metropolitan Dade County pres3nted
a copy of his proclamation designating Dec. 20, 1973 as
George W. Valentine Day in Dade County to Mr. Valentine,
vice president of Chase Federal Savings and Loan Associa-
tion, at Point East where Chape Federal sponsored a special
Chrraukch concert fcr residents of the apartment comp!=x.
The proc'amation was in recognition of Mr. Valentine's many
years of service in the community and his participation in
numerous civic and charitable activities.
TSS Mardi C-ras Features International Cuisine
Dr. Borowitz To
Inaugurate Annual
Series of Lectures
Sunday Jan. 27, al 8 p m. guest
Eugi ne B. B row te,
ssor hi Jewish Thought-
11, bn Jewish In-
stitute : Reli ion, will inaugurate
.. Charles Doppelt Mem-
orial Lectures ;u Temple Beth El,
1351 S. 1 -41 li Ave., Hollywood. He
will speak on Four Views of Be-
ing Jewish: Roth, Malamud, Bel-
low, Wiesel."
Dr. Borowitz is the founder and
editor of Sh'ma. a Journal oi Jew
ish Responsibility. He serves u
president of the Jewish Book
Council of America, as vice presi-
dent. Religious Education Associa-
tion of America; and is the author
of the bok "The Masks Jews
Wear." plus a number of other
books and articles on Judaism and
Jewish Life including "Toward A
New Jewish Theology," "A Jew-
ish View of Sex Ethics."
Dr. Borowitz has been active in
the field of adult education. He
received his bachelors degree
, from Ohio State University and
i was ordained by the Hebrew Union
I College; and earned two doctor'.-
degrees, one from the Hebrew
Union College, the other from
Teachers College. Columbia Uni-
versity,
I or cnurmaiul. Orrival
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'Super Stars" Featured In Eighth
Edition of 'Israelis Are Coming*
A sell out is predicted for the member of the cast of "Israel
eighth edition of the -Israelis Are With Love.- who has starred in
Coming-1 under the direction of movies and television in Israel
and (1 ewhere, will present a pro-
gram of pantomime.
Also on the program is the Beth
Shmuel Fershko.
The show is scheduled Saturday
evening at the .Miami Be.'ch Audi- ---------.... ,&....... n- m
torium. Appearing on the program Torah Youth Chorus with a spe-
are the "super stars" of Israel: cia] arrangement under the diree-
Geula Gill. Jo Amar and Yacov !in of Cantor Jack Uendelaon.
Noy. Tickets may be secured at the
\I ami Beach Auditorium box of-
The Israeli actor Yacov Noy, c ice.
Author-Critic Is Sunday's Lecturer
Cyathia Ozick, an authoi and
critic whose reputation goes be-
yond the Jewish themes which
featu e her works, will be Sunday
morning's Greenfield Institute lec-
turer at Temple Israel of Greater
Miami. Non-sub-cribers may pur-
chase tickets at the door.
Ms. Ozick's theme, "Holiness and
Its Discontents." is in line with
much of her work which has re-
ceived high praise in major lit-
erary reviews and has earned for
her many honors, the latest beinn
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from the American Academy of
Arts and Letters.
11.1 book of short stories, "The
Pagan Kabbi and other Stoi ies."
as a nominee for the National
Book Aw aid in 1972 and won the
annual B nai B'rith award for a
single Jewih work of excellence.
A native New Yorker, Ms. Ozick
taught literature at Ohio State and
New Yoik University. She and
her husband, Bernard Hallote, are
the parents of one daughter.
Ulpan Classes Held
For Women Leaders
At Federation
Hebrew words, -phrases anrt
iongs arc heard each Thurrday at
noon in the building of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation wh
1 Hebrew Ulpan class h held fo
[he women in leadership roles of
the Women's Division of the Great
R Miami Jewish Federation.
More than 40 women are parti
cipatffifl in the eight week pro-
gram organised by Mrs. Gabriella
Landau, vice president for educa-
tion, and Mrs. Barbara Eisenberg,
ducation chairman, in cooperation
with the Central Agency for Jew-
ish Education.
Ziva Bar Navon is the instructor
for the course, and by the end of
the first session the students were
already conversing and singing in
Hebrew.
In addition to this Ulpan, sev-
eral Ulpan Hebrew Centers have
been established thruout the com-
munity under the cosponsorship
of the American Zionist Federa-
tion, the Israel Aliyah Center, the
Department of Education and Cul-
ture of the World Zionist Organ-
ization. Ameiican section and the
CUE.
Classes will be held at Temple
Sinai of North Dade Monday and
Wednesday mornings from 10 a.m
to noon and Tuesday < .id Thurs-
day evenings from 7:30 to 9:30
p.m.. and at Temple Menorah, Mi-
ami Beach and Temple Zion in
the southwest section. Tuesday
md Thursday evenings from 7:30
to 9:30 p.m. All classes start next
Monday or Tuesday.
The Uipaa classes are accredited
by Miami Dade Community Col-
lege North for three college cred-
its with a fee of S42.50 for the
15 hour classes. High school sen-
iors and Dade County Public
School teachers and employees
may attend with >ut fee. Further
information can be secured from
the CAJE office.
Film Festival At Surf side Center
An "Israeli Film Festival" was
.> be spon-oied by the Brandei:
Zionist District 01 G; eater Miami
rhurafcry, at 8 r>m. in th^- Surf
ide Community Center, 9301 Col-
lins Ave.
In spue ot the conflict involving
Israel and the Arab nations. Is-
rael continues to promote tourism.
One of the films depicts modern-
day life in Israel' another shows
a "Yemenite Wedding."
The films were to be precded
by a musical program in tribute
to David Ben-Gurion, former prime
minister of 1 ra soprano, and Et lie H b -man.
.-luiiist. wi.i p.'ioiiii. The 1
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Lou.s fWbcrmtm, pre 'r?- 1 I
the Brando's Zionist Organisation
jnd of the Go.da Isi
Club, wi I Ik ad a delegation cf
'i amians go 05 on a tour ot Is-
Bernard Katz w T a-t as r
rtai man. Cthers on the four in-
clude Sidney Raymond
Donen. Mortimer May, \
"husitt, and Ezra Fine 'old,
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Temple Beth Sholom will hold a
Ham Radio Swapfest" Feb. 17 j
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 4144
Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Any-
one interested is welcome. There
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information contact Benjamin
Nemser, WA4DZS.
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Friday, January 11, 1974
Mrs. Louis Baron, (left) Mrs. Benjamin Beloff, president
cf Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood, and Mrs. Sam Weisen
lock over the beautiful antiques to be displayed and
sold a! the "Art and Antique" show and sale spon-
sored by the Sisterhood at the temple Jan. 27-30. Be-
sides antique jewelry, silver, porcelains and furniture,
there will be some 130 pictures on display for sale dur-
ing that time. Nahum Arbel, Israeli painter, is bring-
ing paintings and sculpture from Israel which will also
be part of the show.
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Discussing the Centennial Ball of Shaare Zedek Hos-
pital of Jerusalem are committee membsrs (left to right)
Kenry Fry, Jimmy DeNicola. Gale K. Hovey and Sid-
ney L. Olson. The gala event marking the 100th anni-
versary of the hospital will take place at the Eden Roc
Hotel Saturday, Jan. 19.
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Art and Antique
Show Jan. 27-60
Temple Emanu-El of Miami
Beach will become a veritable
museum at the end of January.
Its annual "Arl and Antique" show
will be held there Jan. 27 to 30.
The show sponsored by the Sis-
terhood of Temple Emanu-El will
display paintings by Jerusalem's
internationally known Nahum
Arbel and many other artists
Antiques from all corners of the
woild including jewelry, porce- ,
lams, fine arts and furniture will
be included.
Mrs. Benjamin Beloff. president
of Sisterhood, named the following
members to head committees for
the show: Mesdames Bernard Kap-
lan and Fredric Miller, Cultural
Arts cochairmen; Albert Davidson,
Louis Baron, Samuel Wiesen. Rich-
aid Schwaz, Zev W. Kogan and
aid Schwarz, Zev W. Kogan and
Arbel. who was born in Tel Aviv,
fought in the wars of 1948 and
1957. His painting was vitally af-
fected by the recapture of Jeru-
salem and his works have been
called "powerful expressions of
color, emotion and expertise."
Aibel has had one-man exhibi-
tions in Brussels. London. New
Vork and other parts of the con-
inent. His work has received out-
standing recognition and praise
>y top art critics.
The exhibition and show will be
jpen to the public; all proceeds
aised will be used to support the
I.ehrman Day School.
Standing in front of the unique Chanukah menorah built
as a replica of the Western Wall are members of the family
of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bodin and Rabbi Alexander S. Gross.
principal of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy. Rabbi
Gro=s (right) presented the Academy Award to Mr. and Mrs.
Bodin at the 26th annual scholarship dinner of the Hebrew-
Academy, which attracted more than 1.000 persons at the
Fontainebleau Hotel. Magda and Ted are accompanied by
their children, Bruce and Babette Bodin.

Miss Lainie Kazan returns to
the Miami Beach Auditorium
Saturday, Feb. 9 with an all
star show featuring Marty Britt
of the "Dick van Dyke Show."
Her performance is being spon-
| sored by the Florida Council
for Soviet Jews. Tickets are
available at the auditoiium box
office.
Cowan Exhibition
At Lowe Levinson
An exhibition ot photographs
taken during the Israeli Yom Kip-
pur War will open at the Lowe
Levinsoo Art Gallery of Temple
Beth Sholom of Greater Miami
4144 chase Ave., Uiami Beach,
with a reception
Sunday. Jan. 27,
from 8 to 11
p.m.
The photog
rapher, Norman
Cowan, is here
from Toronto
Canada. He and
lis wife. Bertha,
vere on theii
hiid visit to Is-
rai 1 when war
broke out.
Cowan, a life
nsurance consultant, captured tin
home front activity in these pho
ngraphs. An accomplished ama
.cur photographer, he has had four
jne-man shows.
Locally. Cowan is a member of
the Dague.re Pictorialists af
Ciliated with the Museum of Sci- '
ence. Miami. A former president
jf the Tmonto Lodge B'nai B'rith
he Bays he found "only calmness
and confidence among the people
it Israel in those days of crisis."
Mr Cowan is well known in the
world of photography; he excels
n this media of art.
The snow will run only through
Feb 1. (Jailery hours are 9 am
.0 5 p.m.. Monday through Friday;
I p.m. to 9:30 p.m., Friday eve
ting: and 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Sat
inlay and Sunday.
Norman Cowan
Fla. Jerseyites
Schedule Dance
And Installation
The Hudson County (luh v *
Jersey in Flo:ida has slate,:
-tailation, show and dan
urday at 7 p.m. in the P.
Hotel.
Hon. Samuel Miller of the
nile and Domestic Relations
of Hudson County will be I
itallation officer, and the e\
will feature a live band for ,
ing and entertainment
E.ta Klein is chairman
ticket committee Serving v I
.ire James Norton, Dr. Wil
Stoilman, Frances Perlmutti \
thur Rosenberg and Sam Z
man.
Headed by Irving R. Gutl
president, the slate to bi
nu.udes Herman K. Cantor
H. Norton. Chief Joseph i. -
Hannah M. Lovous. and -
Sternfitld, vice presidents;
H. Smith, treasurer, and
Kiein, Sadye Axefrud and 1
Pel lmutter. secretarieh
The arrangements committee for the Centennial Ball
cf Jerusalem's Shaare Zedek Hospital met recently at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L. Olson at the Sea-
ccast Towers V. The ball is being held under the aus-
pices of the Florida Friends of the hospital and will
feature Phil Foster, comedian; Eddie Shaffer, master of
ceremonies, and Sid Engel's Orchestra. From left to
right (standing) are Mrs. Rose V. Rosenbaum, Jimmy
DeNicola, chairman of the Reservations Committee and
Mrs. Sidney L. Olson. Seated are Mrs. Sheldon Lelchuk
and Mrs. Mark Denburg.
Yiddish Culture Wincle
Observes 25th Yahrtzeit
The Yiddish Culture Wincle will
observe the 25th Yahrtzeit of
author, playwright and poet Peret'
Hirshbein Tuesday ot 10:30 a.m. in
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
facilities at 7801 Carlyle Ave., Mi
ami Beach.
Lecturer Jacob Katz of Chicago
will speak on "I'eretz Hirshbein j
The Playwright." Concert singer
Brocha Skulnic will present a I
, group of Hirshbein songs, show-
, man Sam Nashkin will be featured !
in a scene from Hirshbein's "Far :
, wofen Wincle." and actor Abraham |
Hirshbein will deliver a Pent/
Hirshbein monologue. .Miriam Gin
1 gold is serving as chairman.
Luncheon And Fashion Show
Forte Towers will be the setting
I for the premiere "Luncheon and
1 Fashion Fantastique" presented by
the Shalvah Chapter of Mizrachi
Women Wednesday noon. Tickets
for the gala event, which will fea-
ture fashions by Sandi K, may be
secured by contacting Rebecca Sha
piro. Everyone is invited.
Feb. 16 Dinner Planned By
Friends Of Brandeis U.
The Friends of Brandeis Univer-
sity in Palm Beach, will sponsor
their ninth annual dinner on be-
half of the university Saturday
,'vening. Feb. 16, at The Breakers
I Hotel.
Brandeis Trustees Edwin E.
Hokin of Chicago and Lawrence
A. Wien of New York are cochair-
men of the large committee being
formed of Brandeis Trustees. Pel
Iowa of the University, members
Jf its President's Council, l.-aders
>f the Brandeis National Women's
Committee and other friends and
upporters who are planning the
ormal affair.
Democrat Club
Meeting Monday
A regular meeting of the* Bis
ayne Democratic Club will be
held Monday at 8 p.m. in the
Wa.-hinHton Federal Auditorium
1234 Washington Ave., M,ami
Jeach.
Judge Alfred (Fred) Nesbitt
who not only has day sessions, but
also holds court in the evenings
and has introduced many new
deas, will di=cuss his court.
With him on the program will
be Miami Beach Vice Mayor Har
old Rosen, who will discuss the
ity and its workings.
Larry Taylor is president of the.
organization.
ORT Walk-A-Thon
Is County wide
Women's American ORT "
ganization for Rehabilitation
through Training) will use the
week of Jan. 13 to kick off :
:< Thon of their Hi-Rise C!
throughout the entire countv
The Walk a Thon delegation will
be accompanied by a member of
the executive committee to all
for a rededication of all members
to the commitment to ORT-
gram. With the crisis in Israel,
ORT's 80 schools must be
pleteiy funded by the all on' ef-
fort of 100 per cent re-enroliment
and re-commitment.
The chapters involved are Bis-
; cayne, Flamingo, Suncoast
Plaza. Arlen House and Ocean Har-
bour. A meeting of the
membership departments foi
alization of the Walk-a-Th
j iield this week in the Greal
ami Jewish Federation Bui
David Pinski Culture Club
The Onog Shabbos of the Dai
Pinski Club Friday at 8 p.m.. m
he Ida Fisher School Cat
1424 Drexcl Ave., will feature a
taik by L. Lasavin. author and lec-
turer, on the famous Jewish fable
vnter. ELezer thteinbarg Hi la
Zuckar, folk singer, will en'
with a group of Yiddish and -
ael songs accompanied bv
Jolinist, Paul Yanovsky. R
menu are served: the public i>
invited.
Artists Invited To Enter
Local artists an- invited to
three paintings, sculptures or ex-
amples of their crafts on marine
ubiects in the annual Marine Art
Exhibit held in conjunction with
'he Miami International Boat Show
which begins in the Miami Beach
'onvention Hall Friday. Feb, 21
Miami Art League members wil!
taff the exhibit; Miriam H. Jones
is chairman and Esther Bollinger
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Miami Beach Chapter Of Hadassah
Groups Plan Meetings Next Week
A number of Miami Beach Chap
lladassah groups are meet-
ring the coming week.
Rmal Maccabees Group "Eye
luncheon" will be held Sun
noon at the Saxony Hotel,
Collins Ave. The program
men are Mesdames Anne Kap
lan. Bessie Goodman. Augu-ta
and Mrs. Clara Landy. Mrs
Birnbaum will preside.
Hatikvak Group is meeting in
the Roney Plaza Social Hall Mon-
12:30 p.m. Mrs. Sherman
I .,- will be the guest speaker with
U Sadie Herman presiding.
Israeli Group will meet at the
\ Hotel Monday noon. Mrs
rd Jacobson will be the guest
r with Mrs. Esther Meyei
presiding.
Lincoln Group is meeting in the
100 Lincoln Club Room Monday
., [2 50 p.m. Winter residents are
u me to attend. Mrs. Clara L
Goldberg will preside.
Morton Towers Group will meet
a ie American Savings Bank.
Lincoln Rd., Monday at 11:30
a .r. Mrs. Sophie Primak will re-
Taylor Caldwell's "The Cap-
tain and The Kings." Mrs. Philip
Houtz will preside.
Forte Towers Group meeting
will be in the 1200 West Ave. Au-1
dil irium at 1 p.m. Monday. Birth i
da) and Simcha celebrations with
1 Heller, Jen Rosenberg and
S Padden entertaining. Ris.
( in is program chairman: Mrs
J. Lessem will preside.
Kmma I^azarus Group luncheon
celebrate Tu-B- Shvat. (Arbor
1 a< Holiday Inn 87th and Col
I Av* Monday noon. Mrs. Rose
K ....- is program chairman; Mrs
} i a Fine will preside.
Plaza 800 Group is meeting ir.
thi BOO Plaza Auditorium at 12:3C
I Monday. Mrs. Ann Alpert
chairman of the Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah Wills and
riequeets, and attorney Milton
rteektr will be the guest speakers;
tfrs. Max Landau will preside.
Bay Harbor Group plans a lunch-
eon at the Beau Rivage Hotel, 9955
! Collins Ave.. Monday noon. There I
will be display and sale of Israeli
I products: Mrs. Joseph Scheid will
1 '>rcide.
Henrietta Szold Group luncheon
meeting planned at the Algiers
\ Hotel Monday noon with Mrs. Hy-
\ man Roenbere presiding.
South 'he Terrace of the North Build-
I " William Rosenberg presiding.
Go'da Meir Grouo meetings rlU
! b held at Oceanside Plaza. 5555
i Collins Ave Monday. The board
nil meet at 10:30 a.m.: brunch at
, '2. fo'lowed bv a business meet
I ing and card party to complete the
| day's activities. Mrs. Aaron Sha
piro will preside.
Mt. Scopus Group is meeting at
No. 5 Island Ave., Monday at 12:30
>.m. Mesdames Estelle Gitlow and
Benjamin Green will lead an
\merican and Zionist Affairs dis-
cussion. A special "Diet Clinic."
under the direction of Mrs. Phyl-
lis Siskin will take place. Mrs.
Charles Feidler is program chair-
man; Mrs. Clarence Freedman will
-reside.
Herzl Group will have its reg-
ular luncheon meeting at the Al-
giers Hotel. Tuesday noon. A book
review has been planned with Mrs
Rose Zeigmund presiding.
Hanna Senesch Group's Eye
Bank Luncheon will be held at the
Cadillac Hotel, Wednesday noon.
Mrs Elsa Zeigler will present a
musical program. Mrs. Anne Fine
:. p-ogram chairman; Mrs. Barnett
Baron will preside.
MRS. MICH Ail UCHTMAH
Lidia Epelbaum,
M. Lechtman,
Married Dec. 'SO
Mrs. Feigeles To Be Honored At
American Medical Center Luncheon
The Florida Council of Auxil-
iaries of the American Medical
Center at Denver was to honor
Adrianne (Mrs. Arthur) Feigeles.
newly elected national president,
at a luncheon in the Eden Roc
Hotel Thursday.
A musical program was to be
presented by members of the
Barbara Haven Biscayne Cancer
League. The musical production
and theme for the day, "Our Fair
Lady." describes Adrianne's intro-
duction to AMCD and her road
to the post of national president.
Mrs. Feigeles has served as
president of the Barbara Haven
Biscayne Cancer League and of
Dadc County Council. For the past
two years she has been serving as
treasurer of National Council.
The new president, who first
became interested in the AMCD
organization ten years ago. has
also enlisted the support of her
two daughters, both of whom are
junior life members.
ADJNANNE HIGUtS
Miami Delegates To Attend 10-Day
Hadassah Conference In Jerusalem
The Hadassah National Mid
Winter Conference, usually held
in New York City, will this year
be held in Jerusalem for a ten day
period, from Sunday, Jan. 13. to
Wednesday. Jan. 23.
Those attending from Miami as
Hadassah national board members
Selma Berman
Rechov Bar Yehuda I
Bat Yam,Israel
thanks tht
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND,
till
CHAIM WEIZMAN BRANCH
Of FARBANO,
and all af the friends who
contributed maney in memory
f her Beloved Husband
JOHAN BERMAN
include Mrs. Maxwell Weisberg.
president of the Florida Region:
Mrs. Leonard Wolpe, Mrs. Morris
Herman, Mrs. Bernard Mandler, '
president of Miami chapter, and
: Mrs. Emanuel Mentz. president of .
Miami Beach Chapter.
The agenda, which provides for
meetings at the Diplomat Hotel in
Jerusalem, will also include travel-
ling in Israel and inspecting all
the Hadassah installations.
During their stay at Ein Keren
and Mt. ?>copus Hospitals, the
^roup expects to spend time with
the soldiers being treated there.
The Hadassah delegates also anti
cipate meeting with Israeli offi-
cials.
Mrs. Gerald Soltz, former Mi-
amian and a past national board ;
member, who went on aliyah to
Israel, will accompany the group:
o Israel.
The former Lidia Epelbaum,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sholem
Epelbaum, and Michael Lechtman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Hy Lechtman.
were married on Sunday, Dec. 30.
at Temple Emanu El.
Attending the couple were Syl-
via Nu.-baum. maid of honor, Al-
len Lechtman, best man. Ira Nus-
baum. ring bearer and Judy Lib-!
haber, flower girl.
Bridesmaids included Pam Lecht-
man, Pola Katz. Netty Wagner and !
Pauline Kandcl. Among ushers j
were Fred Nushaum. Berney Nus-
baum, Edward Robbins and Manny
; Epelbaum.
The nnde is a graduate of the
University of Miami School of Edu-
' ration and is presently teaching
here. Her hu=band has a degree
from the University of Minnesota
and will graduate irom the Uni-
versity of Miami School of Law in
May, 1974.
Among guests were the new Mrs.
Lechtman's giandmother, Sonia
Azkenazi of Miami Beach.
On their return from a honey
moon in the Bahamas, the newly-
.veds will live in South Miami.
MORE THAN EVER ISRAEl NEEDS
YOUR HELP! Too cno help Israel's
economy by baying Israel Bonds-
Give to the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal and the Emergency Fand
HOW! Mayshie Friedberg
Birthday Dinner And Annual
Children's Theatre Party
Gift of Life Chapter, Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital, plans its fourth annual
birthday dinner" Tuesday at 7:30
p.m. in the Sorrento Restaurant.
Sheldon Rose, director of Silva
Mind Control, will be guest
speaker.
The chapter plans its fourth an-
nual children's theatre party at
2:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 27, in the
Merry Go Round Playhouse, where
"Peter Pan" will be featured. Lin-
da Levine may be contacted for
tickets.
Gittelson Leads Discussion
"Judaism and ChristianityThe
Differences," by Trude Weiss-
i Rosmarin. will be the subject of
' the next meeting of the Great
lavish Books Discussion Group, to
be held Thursday, Jan. 17. at 2
p.m.. in the Miami Beach Public
Library. Discussion leader will be
Abraham Gittelson. associate di-
rector of the Central Agency for
Jewish Education. The general
public is invited, no admission
charge.
Regency Singles Club, Inc.
Sponsoring Dances, Social
The Regency Singles Club of
Miami Beach, Inc., will hold a 4ala
dance in the Godfather's Room of
the Barcelona Hotel Saturday from
9 p.m. to 3 a.m. with two bands for
dancing, cocktails and show.
The group will also sponsor a
I social and dance in the Washing-
ton Federal at 1133 Normandy Dr.,
Monday, Jan. 21. at 8 p.m. with
music furnished by a live band,
and refreshments.
Dr. Starkman Yivo Speaker
Dr. Moshe Stirkman will speak
on "History of the Chassidic Move-
ment" at the Yivo Forum to be
held at Temple Beth Sholorn
Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Girl For Ron Jacobsons
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Jacobson
, announce the birth of a daughter,
j Leslie Dayle. Dec. 19 at South
Miami Hospital. Grandparents of
the 6 lb. 10 oz. infant are Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Mann and Mr. and
Mrs. Max Jacobson.
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Dr. Orlinsky To Joseph P. Zuckerman Works
Friday Evening I*1 Miami For Mideast Peace
REP. WILLIAM LEHMAN
DAHLIA LEVI
Rep. Lehman, Dahlia Lavi
Temple Sinai Dinner Guests
Rep. William Lehman and inter-
nationally-known I raeii actress
Daiiah Lavi will be the gu s'
speakers Monday, at the Temple
Sinai of North Dade dinner on
behafl of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation's 1974 Combined
JewHh Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund, according to Mrs. Kc-nneth
Schwartz, dinner chairman.
The Congressman, the only Jew-
ish member of Congress from the
South, has a 1 tng hi lory of in-
volvement in Miami's Jewish com
manity. Befce becoming a Lon-
er, 'j-suran. Mr. Lehman was a trus-
tee and secretary of Temple Israel
of Greater Miami, a board mem
ber flf the executive committee of
the Anti-Defamation League, and
a member of the board of directors
>t the American Jewish Commit-
tee.
Because of his service as chair-
man of the Dads County School
r ittiviiie Lehman was given the
humanitarian of the Year Award
n 1872 by the American Jewish
committee.
Lehman has continued his ac-
tivities on behalf of Jewish sur-
rival since taku g office. He ha:
.vorked publicly and behind-the-
cenes to benefit Israeli and world-
vide Jewish interests.
Israeli actress Daiiah Lavi, who
will al;o be featured as a guest
speaker at the 7 p.m. event in the
Aventura Country Club, appears
n the Fcdeiation's Mm "We Are
One." She has been in Israel since
the Yom Kippur War.
Dr. Maiidelhauin Guest Scholar For
'Kaliah Weekend" At Beth David
Mrs. Richard Bailey. Beth David
Sisterhood president, and Mill.
Memtoll Selig and Mrs. Howard
Learner. Sisterhood Kaliah chair-
men, announce that the annual
Sisterhood Kaliah Weekend will be
held Friday. Jan. 18. and Saturday,
Jan. 19, beginning with a festive
Sabbath dinner Friday evening.
Dr. Bernard Mandeibaum. presi-
dent of the American-Iarael Cul-
tural Foundation since May 1973,
and)the former president of the
Jewish Theological Seminary ot
America, where he was also Pro-
fessor of Midrash and Semi'
Proft -.;r of Homiletics, is the
fi atari d speaker for the Weekend
K. Hah. which ha- it- origin in the
old Babylonian academies and tj
this di;. denotes a i a fbr
the purpose of in-depth discussion
or study of a piol.l m.
Du:ing the 8:J5 p.m. Friday
services and the Sabbath morning
sen..,, begioaflng at 9 a.m. Dr.
Mandeibaum will discu-s as an
overall theme: "The Continuing
Role ol Judaism in Civilization,"
Few scholars are as diversified
and qualified in the many fields
of accomplishment. His scholarly
works include "Assignment in Is-
rael," -Choose Life." and hi* new-
est. "Add Life to Your Years"
published in 1973.
Dr. Mandeibaum a ho served as
piogram editor of the Seminary t
award-winning "F.ternal Light-
NBC Radio and TV series, and of
two -Eternal Light" films.

DR. BERNARD MANDEIBAUM
Mrs. Fruchtman To Appear
Mrs. Morris Fruchtman. nation
al vice president and chairman of
he School of Engineering of
Women's American OUT (Organ-
ization for Rehabilitation through
Tra.ning) has returned from an
extended visit to Israel and will
appear on "A.M. Miami" Tu
Accompanied by her husband. Mrs.
Fiuchtman vi-ited several of
ORT's 80 installations in Israel
and met with leaders of ORT Is-
rael.
DR. STANLEY FEIMWEB
PODIATRIST FOOT SPECIALIST
FORMERLY OF BROOKLYN, NY.
ANNOUNCES
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Dr. Harry If. Orlinsky. Profs*
or of Bible at the Hebrew Union
i nWffwMi Institute of Reli-
gion in New York, will speak fol-
owing services al Temple B.'th
\m. 5950 North Kendall Dr. Fri-
iay at 8:30 p.m. His theme will
je, "What Does the Bible Really
Say?"
Dr. OrHnsky Is generally recog-
nized to be one of the world's out-
landing Bible scholars, and is a
recognized authority in "The Sep-
tuagint," the earliest Greek trans-
lation of the Bible.
Dr. Orlin. ky. who has been in-
uled to lecture at universities
hroughout America and around
the woild. is known for his humor.
I as well as for his erudition. He is
currently seiving as editor-in-chief
jf a new tianslation of the bible
which is being published by the
Jewish Publication Society.
The author of such widely-read
books a>. "Ancient Israel" and
Understanding the Bible Through
History and Archeology,"' he has
wed as the editor-in-chief of the
Society for Biblical Literature. A
rolume celebrating bis 25th anni-
versary at the Hebrew Union Col-
lege and containing a number of
his writings will soon be released.
Roosevelt Lodge Meetings
Roosevelt Lodge. Knights of
thias, meets at Pythian Hall.
1601 W. Plagler St.. the first, third
and fifth Monday of each month. '
according to Emanu->1 Gussow,
secretary, and Bernard Reed, com-
mittee chairman. All meetings be-
gin at 8 p.m.
"The Sta'e of Israel is not a
natural phenomenon," says Joseph
P. Zuckermnn. chairman"'of the
Parband Labor Zionist Divi ion of
he Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's 1974 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal-Israel Emergency Fund. "It
is held togel ler oy the sweat and
olood of the Israelis. As Israel's
ho. tile neighbors tealize this .
the chances tor a peacelul solution
unut increase."
Mr. Zuckerman is a bng-'ime
observer of conditions in the Mid-
sast He and his wife Sylvia have
made four trips to Israel, each
trip bringing back a wealth of .-x-
periences.
But his involvement does not
i nd there. His associations in the
Greater Miami Jewish community.
hich are numerous, date back
many years.
Besides chaii ing the Farband
Labor Zionist Division's 1974 Cam-
paign. Mr. Zuckerman is pre ident
Of Miami's Lebediker Bianch of
the Farband Labor Zionists, the
nation's largest branch with some
500 members, and the National
Farband ZfOnist Alliance Repre-
i itative c f the Southern United
States.
As if these activities were not
enough, Mr. Zuckerman is vice
chairman of 'he National Jewish
Labor Committee and Zionist Al-
liance and serves on the Board of
T ustecs of the Foundation of Jew-
ish Philanthropies, lie was also
in trumentsl in organizing the
Zimrah cho:us in Miami.
Mr Zuckerman believes that
"Israel cannot and will not be de-
feated." And, he is hard at work
in Miami in support of the peace-
ful means by which that goal can
b" achieved in the Mideast.
'Drama Duo' To Review Book
The Lot ber Chapter of the Chil-
dren's Asthma Research Institute
and Hospital at Denver will pre
enl Miami's first drama duo
H'anche Br.i^s and Helaine Lipin-
sky. in a review of Ira Sevin's best
seller "The Stepford Wives" Tues-
day. Jan. 22. at 10 a.m. in the home
of Mrs. Allen Abelson. Coffee and
cake will be served Reservations
maj be made by calling Mrs. Carl
Reiff.
Joseph P. Zuckerman will chair
Abba Ebon' To Be Reviewed
Mrs. Ann Ack-rman will re-
view the book "Abba Eban" at
the Temple Menorah Sisterhood
meeting in the temple's social hall
Wedno-day noon. Members and
guests are invited.
las Vegas Party Planned
The Si>terhood of Temple Adath
Yeshurun will hold a Las Vega?
party Saturday. Jan. 19. at 8 p.m
with free coffee and cake after
midnight and prizes galore. Call
the temple office for tickets.
the ninth annual conference of
the Farband Labor Zionist Di-
vision of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's 1974 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund at noon Sun-
day ;n the Barcelona Hotel.
Community Hebrew
Ulpan Classes
NORTH DADE SOUTH DADE MIAMI BEACH
Beginners Intermediates Advanced Level Classes
Beginning week of January 14-17, 1974
Co-sponsored by the: American Zionist Federation Israel Aliyah Center Central
Agency for Jew.sh Education cf the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Department
of Educatton and Culture, World Zionist Organization, American section
ULPAN CENTERS LOCATED AT:
Temple Sinai of North Dade
18801 NF 22 Avenue
North Miami Beach
Temple Zion
8000 Miller Read (SW 57 St)
Miami
Temple Menorah
75th St. & Dickens Avenue
Miami Beach
Tuesday a~d Thursdav evenings 7.30 9 30 P M
Beginning January 15, 1974~
Monday and Wednesday mornings 10:00 12 Noon
Beginning January 14, 1974
Tuesdays and Thursday evenings 7:30 9 30 P M
Beginning January 15, 1974
Tuesday and Thursday evenings
Beginning January 15, 1974
7 30 -9:30 P.M.
Experienced, Certified Ulpan Hebrew Teachers Hebrew Lan9.g. ,nd Chora
3 College Credits granted by
Miami-Dade Community College North
Fees: $42.50 (including $5.00 registration fee)
45 hours of study- 11 week semester -2 sessions per week 2 h per session
No tuition charged high school seniors or
Dade County Public School Teachers or Employees
For further info-motion and registration: CAJE 576-4030


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National And Local ORT Joins To
Honor Rabbi Bumem Labotitz
Dr. Eugene Labovitz of Templo
er Tamid, one of the best known
id moit distinjiri ritual
I in the Greater Miami area.
|i!l be honoed by the An;
tT Federation which nationally
presen's ORT i-i the American
nriah community and by the
jiami Beach Men's ORT Cha
Gilbert k pei man,
an of the National Rabbinic OR!
tnimittec. and past president 01
New York Board of Rabbis.
be the guei t speaker at a
icption in honor of Rabbi Laho-
Sunday .veiling in the Sklar
ditorium at Temple Ner Tamid
le reception is scheduled foi
BO p.m.
L\ prolific writer, Dr. Klaperman
[well-known for his texts on Jew-
history. He is responsible foi
ganiling Jewish studies in
\T schools in France, Italy.
Drth Africa and Iran. Dr. Klaper-
n is Professor of Sociology at
rshiva University and chairman
the New York Committee on
net Jewry.
The honoree is the founder of
Men's ORT chapter of his Tem-
Ner Tamid, and is a member
the national board of directors
the national executive com-
ttee of the American ORT fed-
Stion. It was his initiative which
bated this latest ORT orgamza-
pi in our community.
I have seen ORT in action at
ids of schools in Israel." said
Labovitz "1 have seen in the
I if its youth the hope and
futur" of Israel. The enormous
Iponslblilty assumed by our 1- :
during the Yom Kippur War
continuing until now is an
irmation of the vital role o!
great, constructs c institu
Dade Federal
Appointments
Announced
'That Championship Season' At
(wove Playhouse Jan. I5-27
RABBI BUGINE LABOVITZ
sedation of Greater Miami, among
other offices in our community
tnbbinate ar.d has steadfa ed for for Is:ael in ail respects.
An ardent Zionist all through
the years, he has lad the d-ive.s
of the Israel Bond organization.
Served as chaplun of the Jewish
War Veterans, Post No. 723 and is
involved with the activities of
B'nai B'rith. at the sa'tie time per-
forming active leadership set
on the bodies of the Jewish Fed-
His ice i~ known to all
listenei .1, ivish W* rshi]
Ken: on Ch. 10.
Joseph M, Lipton. chairman of
'.he biaui of Dade Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association of Mi-
inii, ha; announced the appoini-
ment of seven key officers to the
1 wij cieated position of senior
esident.
Named to the new posts were
M. L. Clements, secretary; Rameie
vJaserta, Angel Cortina. Jr., Charles
le Menzes, Catherine H. Fahring-
.r. Joan A. Laws and Charies J.
Sunimers.
D.F.S. officers advanced to vie
presidents were Eawa.d F. Fall-
ing! r, Paul R. Gibson. Sal Intag.
jonn Lajkov, Geoige N. Uickwec
jnd Louis L. Richie.
New assistant vice presidents in-
clude Lloyd Avery, Jean \V. Bur-
Dage, James Deegan, George A.
rieids. Lawrence M. Gold. \V. Nel-
.on Haitman. Richard O'Brien. Jr.,
Charles Rogeie and William J.
W a^ha.
In addition, John A. Hughes was
appointed assistant treasurer of
the Association, and Federico Al-
ion;o. Caiol Logan and Viviar
Manso were appointed control of
ticers.
m 1 t honored :
>'. thi
1 hal h mo 0 1 hi

'':( rid
nut G ia i'.aynoii e fu
.. Jan. 27) thi
P puiai ti vision and n \ ie actar
dei i( k l rawford.
1 ford who n a; a worn and
le 0] ba ketbi II coai h
ng ovei the n mnants oi
nis state championship team of
wenty years ago a; their ami
reunion, has long been an audienn
av, rite, from "Born Vesterday'
I po ite Jud] Holiday and hi
leademy Award winning "All the
King's Men'' through his five s a
on stint on television's "Highway
Patrol"
The Coconut Grove Playhouse
will rres Sea?on" Tuesday through Satu day
evenings at 8:30 p.m. Sundays a
7:30 and Wednesday and Saturday
matinees at 2 p.m. Phone reserva
ions are accepted and tickets are
also available at Jordan Marsh,
BRODtRICK CRAWfORD
leach ini:.f. Special discounts are
;va'lable '. students and
kitivc in civic and Jewish eom-
nal affairs throughout his adult
m, Rabbi Labovit/ has served
president of the Rabbinical As-
ci :: .-t e irg inizint. I
c\cnt is led by Maxwell Hani-.
chairman, who in a -i-t( d by Mr.
in,1 Mi B : Beeman, Mr. and
Cohen, Mrs, Sonya
Harris, Mr. and Mr Da< d Kraus
Mr. and Mi M \ Raskin Mr. and
\ir-. Nat Rue, Mr. and Mrs
auchman and U a d Mrs. Adol
he Stattner.
Mount Sinai's Pulmonary Division
To Be Featured On *77if Killers'
lount Sinai Medical Center's
'i Pulmonary Dtseesel
lid by Dr. Marvin A. Sachner,
pf. will be featured on Mon-
airing of The Killers.' a
inal television series dealing
fata] medical conditions in
Icountrj "Puunonarj Dis ase
Hidden Enemy." the subject
^e third in a series of five pi 0
can be Been on WPBT Ch
p.m.
unt Sinai was chosen as a
tct for filming by National
lationa] Television because of
Outstanding reputation as a
rr in the field of lung disease
ment and research, and its
fiction as one of the first
la] outers to use the broncho
[scope, an instrument which
fiberoptic principles to sec
land take still or motion pic
inside the lung.
Dnchofiberscopies permit ex- :
Ration of a patient's respiratory
in a simple, painless, and
?nsive manner. Mount Sinai
Circus (Opening
Jan. 23 in M.B.
Convention Hall
"The Greatest Show on Faith"
comes to Miami Beacb Jan. 23, T.u
u4tli edition of the (tingling Bros
md Barnuni & Bailey Circus will
14 eat shows nu.mg 11
veek-long run at the Miami Beach
Convention Hall.
As always, the Greatest Show
>n Earth is more than thrills and
animals. Clowns, and beautiful
showgirls plus spectacular cos
- bring laughs, beauty a.id
color.
This year for the first time any
Where In the world, the audience
will take part right in the ring at
the circus. It's called "A CiiCUS
Rainbow," and 52 children from
?ach audience will he chosen tc
ride animals, dance with the per-
1! and la) games in front
>f the entire audience.
i; rear's great spectacle be
.tins with the traditional "Animal
Wa.k through Miami and aero-
the Venetian Causewaj to Con
vetition Hall. At 8 p.m. on Wed
nesday, Jan. 23, the 104th Circui
begins and continues with two and
hi. e -hows daily thn.u jh Jan -'
Judge Zev W. Kcgan, president, Southern Region and Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, chairman, JNF Foundation, have announced
the appointment of Mrs. Nily FaJic, daughter of a prominent
famiiy in Istae!, who is an educator and very much involved
in strengthening the ties between the youth in America end
the youth in Israel, cs chairman of the Jewish National Fund
Educational Department in the Southeast Region. Pictured at
a meeting held at the office of the JNF, 420 Lincoln Rd., Dec.
28 are (from left) Judge Kogcn Mrs. Falic, Rabbi Lehrman,
and Mrs. Lehrman.
Tenor Tony Simone
To Sing Jan. 23
Tony Simone. a protege of (he
Society for Young Performers, per
Ruth Brotman. founder-president.
will give a performance at the Mi
ami Beach Public Library Wednes
day, Jan 23. at 2 p.m.
A recent arrival from Italy, the
irehers are responsible for de- I Community College's Mount Sinai young tenor has been making
DR. MARVIN SACKNtK
the bronchofibcrscope. Robert Mc
Nair. a student at Miami-Pade
ping many of the procedures
(techniques connected with the
jment, which are currently in
iroughout the country.
Sackner, Dr. Jose F. Landa
[Dr. Adam Wanner, ail full-
physicians on the Mount
medical staff, and Juditn
kh, a pulmonary technologist.. produced by Ch. 2
iemonstrate their work with the national segment.
campus, is the subject in the high-
lighted study involving smoking
and its effects upon the lung.
A local show in which physicians
from the Miami area, including
Dr. Sackner. will answer questions
from interested viewers is being
and will follow
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many concert appearances along
he Florida Gold Coast and has
I dedicated proceeds from his
recordings to benefit Israeli
soldiers.
A former student of Benamino
Giglf, Simone was closely asso-
ciated with the family of the late
tenor Mario Lanzo. He received
the coveted Peace Medal from UN
Secretary General Kurt W'aldheim
after a performance Sept. 14 at
the I'nited Nations.
Films At Wometco Theatres
"Super Man Chu" opens Friday
at the Miami. Coral Way, 27th
Avenue, North Dade. Plaza-Holly-
wood. North Andrews and Davie
Blvd.-Ft. Lauderdale Theatres.
Holdevers include "Pavilion," H
the Carib and Miracle: "The
Sting.'' at the Car.yle. Twin 1-
Dadeland and 163rd Street: "Sleep-
er." at the Byron and "Walking
Tall" at ihe Palm Springs Twin 2
Proceeds of the JNF-100 Lincoln Road dinner honoring
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Friedman will establish a Grove in
their name in the Governor Askew Fcrest in Israel.
From left to right are Judge Zev W. Kogan. president.
Southern Region; Sam Pascoe, chairman of the event;
guest speaker Rabbi Irving Lehiman, chairman of the
JNF Foundation; Mr. and Mrs Nat Friedmcn, honorees,
and Mrs. Irving Lehrman.
Dr. Lee A. Rosenthal
Podiatrist Foot Specialist
ANNOUNCES
The Opening of His Office
in The LENNAR CENTER
8720 Kendall Drive
Suite 208
Office Hours By App't. Phone 274.540*


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YOSEPH KORF
Yoseph Yitzchok Korf, son of
Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham Korf,
will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday,
.'an. 12. at the Lubavitcher Minyan
in Miami Beach.
Y'oseph attends the Ohel Yoseph
Yitzchok School in Detroit, Mich.,
where he is an eighth grade stu-
dent. A reception in his honor will
be held in the Social Hall of Beth
Israel Congregation, at 6 p.m. Sun-
day.
Out of town guests in honor of
the occasion are Rebetzin J. Korf,
grandmother of the Bar Mitzvah.
and Mrs. H. Plapler, Yoseph's aunt,
both from New York.
Rabbi Korf is Regional Director
of the Lubavitcher Movement in
the Southeastern United States.
The Korfs reside at 1257 Alton
Rd., Miami Beach.
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STEVEN BRESLOW
Steven, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Breslow, will become a Bar
Mitzvah during 8:30 a.m. Shabbat
services at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion Saturday, Jan. 12.
The celebrant is a member of
the fourth grade class at Beth
Torah's Harold Wolk Religious
School and attends John F. Ken-
nedy Junior lli;,'h School, where
he i= in seventh grade. As a stu-
dent in Ojus Elementary School,
he received a Kiwanis Club award
for outstanding service.
The Kiddush following the serv-
ices will be sponsored by Steven's
parents in his hono". The guests
will include his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Rubin Abiams and Sam
Braslawsky, and Mr. and Mrs.
Jordan Berman, from Chicago, 111.
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DANIEL ETTINGER
Shabbat services at Beth Torah
Congregation Saturday. Jan. 12.
will include tlie Bar Mitzvah of
Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mat-
th<.'. Ettinger.
Daniel, a student at the Hebrew
Academy for the pa-t six years, is
now enrolled at the University
School in Fort Lauderdale, and is
a member of the Hebiew Hiiih
School class at Beth Torah's Har-
old Wolk Religious School. He
played a lead role in "Jambo," a
film made for a TV children's pro-
gram.
Mr. and Mrs. Ettlnger will spon-
sor the Kiddush following the
services in honor of the occasion.
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EU.VARb WALSH
Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mortimer Walsh, v.i'1 become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday. Jan. 12, at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom.
Edward is a studeot cf the Con-
firmation Class of o735.
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ANTHONY SILVERS
Saturday morning, Jan. 12, in
the main sanctuary of Temple Ner
Tamid, Anthony Milton, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Silvers,
vill be Bar Mitzvah.
Anthony is a student of Ner
Tamid Religious School and at-
tends Nautilus Junior High School.
A Kiddush will follow the serv
ces. Out-of-town guests will in-
clude Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Kaplan,
paternal grandparents, and Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Doback, paternal aunt
and uncle from Chicago; Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Guttman. maternal
grandparents, and Mr. and Mrs
Seymour Super, from New York
City.
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ERIC MANN
Eric, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold Mann. 2461 NE 199th St..
North Miami Beach, will be called
to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah
Saturday, Jan. 12, at Temple Sinai
of North Dade.
Beth ftldman Edward Walsh Anthony Silvers Daniel tttingtr
trie Mann
T.ief Korf
The celebrant, a seventh grade
student at John F. Kennedy Junioi
High School, won 16 trophies last
\ear in sports. The top athlete in
Mis school, he was voted most
valued player in both football and
basketball and is active in North
Miami Beach Optimists.
A reception in honor of the oc-
casion will be held at the Deau
lille Hotel, Miami Beach. Satur-
lay.
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MARCIE GREENSPAN
Harcie Ann. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Greenspan, will be
called to read a portion of the
Torah at her Bat Mitzvah Satur-
day, Jan. 12, at Temple Judea ol
oral Gables.
Marcie is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Glades Junior High School,
where she is a member of the
Gvmnastics Team. She is a gradu
ate of Temple Judea Hebrew
School and will continue her reli-
gious education through Confirma-
tion.
Mr. and Mrs. Greenspan will
host a reception in Marcie's honor.
Here to help her celebrate will be
her grandmothers. Mrs. Dorothy
Greenspan, a local resident, and
Mrs. Eva Winograd from Winni-
peg. Canada, and guests from New
York City, Phoenix, Ariz., St. Paul,
Minn., and Winnipeg, Canada.
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MARTHA DLNSWORTH
Friday, Jan. 11. at 8 p.m., Mal-
tha, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George Dunsworth of Hialeah will
be Bat Mitzvah at Temple Tifereth
I Israel.
The celebrant's parents will host
the Oneg Shabbat following the
services for worshippers and
friends.
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BETH FELDMAN
Beth Anne, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Feldman of Old
Bridge, N.J.. will become a Bat
Mitzvah during special services
conducted by Rabbi Cli.n lea M
Rubcl. her grandfather, at Tempk
Beth Tov Friday. Jan. 11, at 8:15
p.m.
The Oneg Shabbat will be spon-
sored by the celebrant's
parents, Rabbi and Mrs. Rub.
members of the congregation have
been invited to attend a reception
in her honor Sunday noon at the
Porte Towers. Miami Beach.
\mone the honored guests will
i be Beth's grandparents, Mr. and
i Mrs. Aaron Feldman of Miami; her
j aunt, uncle and cousin. Dr. and
Mrs. Leon Schertzer and Mindy,
from Cedarhurst, L.I., N.Y.; her
brother, Andrew Feldman; her
grandaunt and granduncle, Mr.
and Mrs. Al Hyma, West Nyack,
NY.; her aunt, Mrs. Bernice Feir-
stadt. and cousins, Bonnie Sue,
Jay and Tina; Cantor and Mrs.
Jack Lerner of Congregation B'nai
, Raphael, and Cantor and Mrs. Sey-
mour Hinkes of Temple Beth Tov.
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The meeting has been structured
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leader, died at Beth Israel Hospi-
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per as general sales man-
of radio station WBUS-FM
[been announc:d by Allan
Us, president and gen
|rr.anager. Mr. Schaffer has
active in the South Florida
and television broadcast-
_ NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
in -r..- INO PROPERTY)
F.Vt,ErlRCUIT COURT OF THE
nrc^S,JUDICIAU CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
..,,.. DAE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-26323
(REDLAKEi
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
itv ,. 0F MARRIAGE
' IN i;c THE mjWrmok 'V *
JONATHAN MARKSON
PETITIONER
LYNNK MARKSON
RESPi INDENT
TO: I YNNE MARKSON
R>8 \ Oxford Btt
iii)i>'-ii'i-,. w ,,,.. .., ..,,..,
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIE]
in for i ..iim,.i: ,.f m.,.-
iic.nn." v,,u and
s< rve a cony of
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
top
' .'ii II BCtll
rlatn has i
you are required to
it
I "in urUtei defenses '" -PfE-VEN BROTMAN. atl
''.'' '-' wl i idoVe- |r OVP
' IM "I V ROAD lull D'NO Bt'ITF
;' MIAMI REACH, Fl ORIDA .....
I] il wlh ih" clerk of
' tyled nourl ..n
ngolis. president and gen- ; |fv
'he rel'el di mandi d In II i omnlaln'
shall )., mil llshed onr--
fou...... -r ,. weeks
'n ISH Fl >Rtri \v
l^irl fnr \ho nns) IT 3 WITXF88 rm hand seal of
i.eta ior tne past u years nid coun ,|:, ,, ,hj,
RICH WD P R-R1NKRR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JUDISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO 74.18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MARTIN RUBINE.
Plaintiff,
-vs-
Jl'I.IA SWGENEY.^at aW
Defendai
TO ALVA ANN PACHECO fn-me-lv
known as ALVA ANN SWEENEY;
Fl ORENCE M STRINGER and
THOMAS 'I STRINGER, her
u-l,,, ml:
EDNA F PASTMAN, formerly known
EDNA STRINGER: BEVERLY
TRAINAR. formerly known as.
BEVERI V STRINGER and
--. her husband: ANNABELL
train ah formerly known
ANNABRI I. STRINGER, and BEN
TRAINAR her husband: RONALD
IRAH \M also known as ROVAID
STRINGER, and----- GRAHAM.
hl wifi STEVE STRINGER and
stringer Irs wife:
has also owned and op
a local advertising
key.
WE CATER
to the
BAR MITZVAH
YOUNG MAN
ionally Known
Manufacturers...
FINE
DOUBLE I
[POLYESTER BLENDS,
CNITS.
DORWIN'S
72 WASHINGTON AVE.
532-4061
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LSViNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
, f>F FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISON
PROBATE NO 73-437
JOHN R. BLANTON
^IO-ICE TO CREDITORS
Ei"I >te of
K ViOVROE
- I
To 41 I r,-,| li.i.s ,ii,l \H IVr-olls Hiiv-
im or Demands Against Said
[ar.- hereby notified and reouired
ent any claims and demands
[you may have aaalnsl the ea-
N'KI l IE Ml ?NR1 iR deceased
Daile County. Florida. I" the
Judges of Dade County, and
e sania in duplicate and as
in Section Ml K. Florida
In their offices In the Coun-
fthouse in Dade County, Flop-
thin four calendar months from
le of the first publication here-
tthe same will be bnrnd
at Miami Florida, this 8 day
, AD. 1*74.
MAOOIK SMITH
As Administratrix
Kirs* publication of this notice on
I the 11 dav of January. 1974.
SHKIJ>N B. PALLEY. ESQUIRE
uwraey for Administratrix
; Northwest 7th Street
III imi. Florida 33125
1/11-18-26 2/1
A Clci I : i nrt
1 I unt< F -ill
IB, i SNEFTsFTN
A- I u nul i i ': i k
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SWIOK1 i: KATZ .v- BROTMAN.
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1 >NE l INO H N ROAD BLDG .
vn Jig
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA S313J
l 11-18-25 SI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
PROBATE DIVISION
No 73-751?
JOHN R. BLANTON
'n RE i: .,'.- of
.III IIS B MOSKOWITZ
Dl eased
NOT'CE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Tn Al 1 PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF SATE DECEDENT
You are hereby notified thai written
menu purporting to he the last
will it!, to of said decedent have been idratt-
l to proba I < 'ourl You an
i.i, i.\ commanded within si* calen-
dar months from the date of the firs'
iii,' at Ion "f this notl to aopear In
aald Court and show cause, it' any vou
can. why the action of said Court iti
admitting said will and Codicils t
i>;. i,., te should not stai I unre'
JOHN R HI ANTON
Circuit Judae
Bj CORNE1 I. IIOHINSON
viyen Kaplan Porter. Levlnson 4
K" .'I'M
: :\ stanlea '' Ms i
A turn, rs for Executor*
fan i t Bi :ell Avo.
Miami Floi
: this notlco on
the ; :i
i r
PGE STRINGER and -
TRINGER. his wife: .......inch of
'he above named Defendants and
ndh Idual l fendant. known
'ill married their
unknown -i ouse If >ucl lndl< dual
Defendants be ll\ ina. and
if the unknown heirs, di ylsees, credi-
tor! trustees lien n i i ilmnnts. or
,.- ,,i- atti in'
lo cl i any rlaht. title and Inti n -i
n or to or lien ic m the nr......-ty
' the subject mattet
tl rouah. undi r ir aralnsl
herein known or
ii own or i-'ii-1w ,| :iii
n i ot motina to
tltli and Ii 'eresl
n r t" the f*!l.........lesi r ,
nds h wit: lot 21 In l", ek '.
IRCH WM> VII I A EXTENSION,
.,, ri*ln lo the P'at thereof
ecorded In Plal Book IT. BI Paae
::. cordi Dade
'", ii- -. Floi ,l.i
VRE HEREBY NOTIFIED
in action t*, oulel title to the
ihovi -,i. ih. ,l Dronerty In Ds Ii
' ountv, Florida, has been filed aaalnst
you ind you are required to serve a
,. ,', a iten defenses, if ,ir,\'
RETTE BARON, Attorney for
tiff v. i address I
. r Drive. North Miami. Flor-
' Mi d file the oriclnal Itli
!; .,f the above-sty|il Court
......r before the IS day of February
".'71 otherwise ludamenl ,,L';ii'i-'
you may he entered for the relief
demanded in the Comnlalnt
WITNESS my hand and the sea]
of the -'.-lid four! on the 7 day of Jan-
uary, 1*7*
RICHARD P BRINKER
as Clerk i i" aa By A J RTVA8
Aa Deputy Clerk
l 11-18-2S t l
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAX>E COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-31481
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE i >F
aDMLaKLELVBERG .
and
EDW ARD Kl RINBERG
TO: EDWARD Kl BIN] Kl..;
r n Flshklll Hi tl Ri I
Ci nt.-r
Routi D. P.O i: \
Flahklll, Nev York 12324
VOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Utloi
i i" filed aaalnsl you ajid
you are required to serve ,, copj '
\our written defenses If any, to II
n JOSEPH 8CHM1ER. Bra attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose address It
* ', I Ii in Road, Suite 2 6 Miam1
Beach, Florida S31S9 and fill
riiriiiiii with th. Clerk of the above
styled i ,,ir I on or l"-f in I'
i. I'.-Tt: otherwise default will be
entered aaalnsl manded in the 'lomolalni or Pi
This notice shall be oubl
each week for four consecutive
n THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
\\ itnkss my hand n hi
i i 'our- al Miami, '' n
ih : day f December, I
RICHARD P BRINKER
as i "erk On u i
Dade County '
Bj I SNEEDEN
As De- ul Clerk
, "Ir ull I' -ii- S
ti ISEPH si HM.IER
' *, i ncoln Ri ad
rldu
r Pel ner
1 l-M-:--:-,
2'5
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-7342
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Bsl iti '
\. \ M MARCl'S
,! eased
To All Cred loi I All Pers Hav-
ins or Demands a> i -' '
You are hereb) notified ind require
., .,i-, -. mi ria'ma '
which you maj have aaralnai the ee-
of Cl VRA M MARCL'S deceased
l i.oi. i 'ountj. Flortd i, to the
Clrcull Judaei of Dade i ounty, and
tile the same In duplicate and as
provided In s. m Rorlda
sta lines, in their off i, ea In the County
Courthouse in Dade Counts Florida,
within four calendar n mths from
the ni. of the flrsl publication here-
f or thi si in a 'H be barred.
al Miami, Floi Ida. this 7 da)
f Januarj, A.D i''7i
HERMAN MARCUS
As Bxecutoi
,.-,. nubl atlon of this otlce on
the ii day of January. 1974.
GROVBR CIMENT WKINSTHIN &
STAl'BER P.A
By: Norman Cimeiit
Attorney for
,-.. ,.f Clara M Man us. dec d
mi i incoln Road
Miami Beai h. Floi da
i ii-ii
NOT T.F OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN H '
'y virtue of Chanter 678 Florida Stat-
utes *' nota ted r'Mn Wa' eh u
ind Wan I use Recelnta whi n AB
', ,-r MOVING BTORAOR CO :i
moratlon by virtue of Its
has In Its possession
> in di scribed oronerty
i ho'd i',,,,!^ i- the "i
( MRS M i IRON DIRHR whosi
di m ivas i"l'-'' N W 17th
>\ pi u.- Apt 380, Miami, Florida ri '
dav of January, IM*
ui the i-l-hI hour- of sa'e main'"
., ,., nd ,,,, ;,
N W. 24th Av
m v ..mi t"* i the undei
the hlahest b cash :ti hi nd the above de-
propi rtj MRfi 11 IS >N
' ;:
m Florida I
I ,i ,.f Dei mber,
I 4-11
IN THE C'RCJIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-7602
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In UK '.JttU of
HARRY KIUMOVITZ
,i,, eased
T,. All Creditors and All Persons II.iv-
'na claims or Demands Asratnsl Bald
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and reuuirert
!,, preaenl any claims and demands
Which vou niiv hav- attains! the es-
tle of HARRT KHIMi'VlTZ rle-
I late of Dade County. Florida
to the Circuit Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate
md aa iirovid.-d in Election "331.
Florida Statutes, ill their offices In
he County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty. Florida. within four calendar
months from the time of the first pub-
lication hereof or the some will he
barred
Filed at Miami. Florida this 27 day
of December. A.D. 1 r7:t.
BEN FKCMOVITZ
HARRY I. FRUMOVITZ
As Executors
Fust publication of this noti, .- M
the 4 day of January. 1974.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
attorney for Estate
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Meach. Fix
1/4-11
NOTICf OF ACTION
CONSTRUfTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPE ^-V|
IN T"F fCI"T l*o|IPT AC TUJ
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR'DA 'N AND FOR
DADS COUNTY
CIVIL AfT'ON NO. 74-10'
ACTION FOR D'SSOi UTION
OF MARRIAGE
V '!' ''' \l !'...... of
RENEE iVMATO. Wife.

fJEH VI D.l AMATO, JR Hnhsi A.
T GERAl l> .1 av.'T... lit
EStDPNCR I'VKNi >WN
YOl" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
m ii ''on :' Dissolution of M ir-
rlaae l filed ralnst you and
you an mult h ervt a conv '-'
vi ur written defenses, if any. to it
Richard I Kr"i attorney 'or
dress is kyvit-
NEY ,\ KR( !. Suit) IS12, 421 l In-
Ri id Miami Beach, Florid
. the orlalnal :th th.-
clerk of th,. above styled court on
,-r before February IS, 1074. i ther-
default ''I I.....liter- ,1 ,i--:iin-'
vou for the relief di manded In the
omolainl or petition
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
n thr rEWISH I'l ORID1AN
WITNESS mi hand and the Mai ol
-.I'd i oiirt :1t Mlam<, Florida on this
I ,iav of January, 1074
RICH \i:n P BRINKER
.Vs Clerk. Circuit Court
P C...... (fin-Ida
By I. SNEBDEN
\ Deputy Clerk
fC'rcu'l Courl s,
KV1 ITNEY KROOP
By: Richard l Kroon
-ii i, i in i Incoln Road
Miami Beach Florida ".".133
\- rnaj foi Petitioner
Rhone: SS8-757S
l 11-18-tt 2'1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thn>
in underslaned, deslrlna to enaaae In
business under the fictitious name ,,(
DeMattela Advisory Partnership n<
M32 Byron Avenue Surfside Florida
ntend to realster said name with thi
Clerk of th-- Circuit Court of Dade
County, Fiornh
Fred De Mnttels
Richard DeMattela
Alfons,, DeMattela
I ii.da Meals
Si-vrnour Dotjtsch
TAI.IA.NiiFF A IIADER. ESQS.
Attorneys for
DeMatteis Advisory Partnershln
1/11-18-25 2/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAJV
NOTICF IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
'he undersianed deslrlna to ei i
'>usiness under II I I tlous name o(
snl'TII DADE PEDIATRIC ASSOCI-
ATES, P A hi "'"i s W, B7th Ave
Miami 13166 intend to reslstei sa'd
with the Clerk of the Circuit
'ourl of D ide i '"in i v, Fli
DRS \\i i'l: I CROW, BECR
McGAVV AND ASSOCIATES. P.A
r, Zemel, Roskin H, ilbronner
ml Kam P \
Edv nd Hellbronner
Attorney for ann'lrants
ion n Blacayne Blvd.
Miami. Fla. SJ'SJ
1/1-11-18-2R
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTYI
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'.PfU'T
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
CIVIL ACTION NO 73-31368
ACTION FOR D'SSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The of
AURORA CI'RBELO
and
IGNACIi > CI'RBEI o
TO: liIN AC'ii fTRBEl O
in" Philadelnhia, aot 6
1 as v, -a- Ml
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
hal an action for Dti tut I Mar-
rlaae hat been filed aaalnsl you and
you re t suull ed !,, nerve !i i ony of
your written defenses, if any to it
i I awrence F Kalne. attorney for
I ner hoae addi ess 9SS s W
Flrsi Street, Miami. Florida and file
the orlalnal with the < 'erk of the
above styled court on or before Feb-
ruary B 1974: .i '' 'ft"'*
n ill be enl u for tl
':! i :i: ih.....molt
tion
notli i .- HM! be publishi i n
.a,-h w el fi r ur
THE JEWISH Fl ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and th
, court ,' M in Fl Ida on
7 '< I......nil "78
RICHARD P BRINKER
,\ i ;.-', Cir, u,- Curt
Dai'e i' iuntv F*i '
By \ .1 RIV >-'
\n Ii.....ity Clerk
ait Court Se
KWPENCE F K VINE
55 s W Flrsi Stn
Miami, Floi I ,
es foi Petll met
- -i l.J!i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAC'H COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION <
PROBATE NO. 73-7605
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CROIT0RS
IN RE Esi te of
MAX M W1 ILLNER
deci ised
i Du All Cm-dauuu. ai d djU gfr~n- hlaval
l- i' ins ,, 11. in:, nd- Al-., nsi Said
Estate:
You are herel reauired
-,. ------- f 11 an v :.i in-
which you may have aaa'nsl the --
of max M VVi n.i NER dei ei I
lati Dadi I !oun' i. Florid i to thi
' nil Jiidai i i. .' ..... i
file the same in duplicate and as pro*
i den iii .-, ctlon 7 16 Florida Stai -
Utes. in their offices in th '"U- v
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within four calendar months from the
time ,'f here :.
r tha same n 111 1
Fded :it Miam Fli i da this 27 day
I i mi .- A.D
Al Exei utor
First i ni,ii. itloi this notice on
the 1 da> '. uars. 1973.
Philip BI
\ -..,. \ -. -.ate
1121 itv Xatloi Blda
-. W esi I
.Vi.,ini. F oi Ida :- --''"'
l-M
NOT'l-C Of
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HKHEi.Y fllVE."
,'.'' i Star-
llti-- A
IVari use Receipts when
Pi IT MOVING >
warehousi Id n ha k In II esslon
'
I'.-e'1 Household a ......
of RAl'L ME] HAA I A 'last
knewt addn S W I
Street. Fl l lUdenl ,'
thai i ii the 25th da' of Jnnuai lf'74
durlns the i<'aal hours of i
bi v.. .-n l; -in, forennoi
'he after.....in al SIM N v, !
.>,,;. \' R n r I ,. ,, ... I
shall offer for aali ti
dc i foi ., h in hand th
1 Pi.....rtj of RAI'L MEDIA-
VILLA.
|.a d at Miam1 I- lorlda; th I
da)* of .i.ii.u ii .i
1 4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tlis'
the undersianed, desfrinsi l.....urac-
In business under I ous nam<
of EAST rOAST FISRRRIES INC
d b a HAST Cl 4ST F" lOD at
V w 75th Strei M' imi. Fla :i'ii 17
Intend to realster said name with th
'erk of the Circuit Courl of Dad.
i ui iv. Florida
DAVID BWARTZ
pf.ti.-h avr '"^z
MAX SWARTZ
Ml iRTl >N B ZEMEL
-.,.-i. .- /or applicant
Suite in
N B lth A','.
North M.ann Beach "atr,j
1 'll--- 28 i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH .'UD'CIA'. C'a,""IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 7J-123
J GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'! RE Estal
GERAl D W Gl 'I DSTEIN.
dei ed
t*0 (\ ti i*-..iljt.>rs and All IVrs- "is HaT-
ni i":iiin- ,-r Demanda Aaalnst s.,,-1
i'.--.i-.
You are hereby notified and 'nulroi'
, Dreaent anj claims and demandi
which, vop m i\ have aaa'nsl the es-
GERA1 l> W OOl DSTFIN de-
eased late of Dade County. Florida
to the circuit JudsTes of Dade County
in.I file the same In duplicate and at
t.\ Ided In Section 7:::' :",. Floi Id -
statuti-- a thi fflcet n the i !oun
\ Courthouse In Pad.- County, Flor-
loa, within four calendar m mths from
h.- time of the first publication here-
pf or the same will be barri I
piled :i' Miami. Florida this 8 day
Of January. A 1) 1974
CM 'I I'lF S GOl I STK1N
As Bxecuti \
First publication of this notice on
the It day of January. 1:'74
A I!N"I I" FEIN
\ i \ for Executrix
i-7 I 'ncoln Ros l
Miami Beach, Fla. 3.1139
i 11-is-:;, 2/1
NOTICF OF Ar-rif>N
CONSTPUC.riVF pcqviCE
KJO OPnpCDTVl
IN THE C,BCL'T mtiPT nr -rue
ELEVFNTH .H'D'CiAi C.'Pr-IIIT
OF FIOR'HA IN NO FOR
DAr-c TOtlNTV
Civil. ACTION NO. 79-J1M
GENERAL JUOi^oiCTiON
PIV'S'ON
ACTION FiiR OISS"' UTION
OF VAIBIiOE
IN i'l-' TfiE PRIAO '' IF
!i '' n .' Ri IBS. Husbnn I.
net
and "~i
'' VPO Vill'.T M RI 138 V- '
Re.....iInii
Ti I M IROARET M Ri >SS
- 'entrnl Park '.'.
\"t N' 2N
V. v. v. ;. v.
TO!' ARE HEREBY xOi.......i
... .. .- M ,-.
nst you ind
v on are reoulred I opy of
your "
on Roj i:,,"/.,I. i. Jr ei f r
Petitioi nddres Is '"1 V W.
I2th A-. ei ti- i
and ihi i
of the above styled i i >ut l be-
fore February I. 1*74: otherv ne i
default ',i 111 i......len d aaalnsl i
for the
plaint or n,
This || bi nul
each week for four const ul yi weeks
n THE JEWISH Fl ORIDIAN
WITNESS mv hand and the -
aId ourl it Ml imi Florida i
i d.n I......mhi '
RICHARD P BRINKER
At a rk, i IrcuH 'onrt
I .,'.. ,- -s l-'i,.-
Bv TYMINSK1
a- Denuts Clerk
Cln ull "ourl Seal >
Ri \ loni ill / Ji Esoi
mi n \\ 12*1 i ui
Miami Florida .....
Attorney : ner
1 4-11-18
IV -rue I'lorinr rinqT ELFUC'itu lllfl'DAI IO<*ll|X
OF Fir>R'flA IN AMD FOR
n* RF COUNTY
pnr-pTC riv'^'r^N
poroa^-r ign ti -i-i
pcoor.c p ^rm" t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
!,, ;! '-.-,-.
APTHCR l. SCHEFF1 ER,
a.......,*.,'
Tn ,v n i',-. dlti ind I M Persotin
: Claims or Demands Aaalnst Sa i
r- .-,
You are hereby notified and -
*...........ni ''ii ',*ms -..I ,1,-v
which vou ni" have
late of ARTHI'R ( HE1
ed 'ate of Dads foitntv ''',"-
.'a ',. ih., Circuit Jndaes of n le
County, and file 'he same In duoll-
cate an,' as nrovlded In S^ct 7*3-
';. Florida Statutes, In tl
In c, unM c......thonse In Dda
County, Florida, wltwn four cal.....lar
months from the lime of the f'--t
publication hereof, or' the same wrlll
ii, barred
Fded at M*sm< '-''oriila. this 2 vlav
of January a i> i74
ISIlsHt S Si'M RTF
\ f FxeCUtor '"-'i-.. ,.'
ARTHUR i SCHEFF1 BR di eased
First publication of t^'s notl in
the tl dav of .Tnnnarv '"It.
M JAY BENNETT ESQ.
tttornev for Executor
' '7', N F. I"*- St
N Miami Flu S3161
1 11-'.1-2:. 2/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the uii,'- i.-sirinir t-, enaojce In
business under the fictitious name ofj
Kl'IK LANGUAGE SYSTEMS v;i:N-i
cy at .'.'iii West Racier Street..'
Suit.- 240, Miami Dade. For d I
'ifend to realster said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
JOSE M FERNANDEZ 5
JORGE DE JESUS GONZALEZ sn-*
12 28 1 4-11-IS


Page 12-B
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Friday, January lf."lW
Wtuaries
ilGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
BISHOP
>-i.h I. S9, of Mil. i.:i~s.--1 a i'
unlay. Dec mi.- li
art ago frni'jlY. He \>
.erly ; n Kxt-< ua>ve in the Ret i1
iiunr Business and owner and ,.
rator of Dolly MadlnonMMMnb-
Georae Oerahwln Lodge Knlahti
I Pythias Survived by hli
Kritay. won Bob Blshon. d.iuah'ei
' lUta Spiegel. I arandcril'il.
Bishop. Brother, JuiIk-- Sidnei
if \ v Bister, Mrs Irvine David
; x.v services were held Wednes
day, Jan. 2. at Riverside Chanel
I III.-1 Itl.-ll t Ml Nolle (Ymete-\
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open (very Day Closed Sobborf)
140 SW 57th Ave- MO 1-8583
' hiian.i'i Only Strictly Jewish
Monument Dealer
friendship...
means someone cares
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
H lewis" C j'l r,,-n > since 1938
ORTMOOO.
CONSERVATIVE
_____ REFORM SERVICES
Imjnufi Gordon '.IMS) Ike Gordon
Mjt> GoMon (19*41 Jjmei 8 Gomon
Telephone J73MJJ
Palmer9s
Miami Monument Compos/
3279 SW. 8th Street, Miami
4444921 444-0921
Closed On The Sobb.-tl,
Personalized Memorials Cusrim
Crafted In Our Own Worksnop.
f-m
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-31088
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RK: THK MARRIAGE 1'F
MARIO A CRUETA. Hueuand,
Pel tioner,
and
\ rRCETA. Wife,
ondent.
TO; Mrs Gloria rru.ta
(Realdem e I'nknowti)
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
;NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCU T CCURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
CADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-30759
GENERAL JunSD.CTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
Op MARRIAGE _
IN' RK I"!'.- marriage
N'ORMAN P FRENETTE. husband
and
SANDRA 11 TTE. wife.
TO SANDRA O FRENETTE
RESID1 S '" 1 NKNOWN
VOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
,- actioi :- dalsohitlon JflemoriaJ Chapel
"JEWISH KfNESAl Dlf.EZlORS"
LOCAL AND OUT OF STAT*
ARHAN ;;: Ml -,'5
947-2790
1338S W. DIXIE HWY N M.
FUNERAL HOMES. INC.
DIRECTORS:
Irwin Jet'er
Metlwtn Jefter Alvin Jefter
188-11 HILLSIDE AVE HOLUS. 11
1283 CONEY ISLAND AVE..BKLYN
212/776-8100
13385 WDIXIE HWY,MIAMI
305/947 1185
Hep resented by Sonny Levitt. FO
625 S OLIVE AVE. W PALM BEACH
305/833-4413
Repiesenled b, Philip Weinstem. F D
Chaoi
commu" 83 m N( .-.
I the I
aim Beach area.,
Kepie
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONbTKL'CT VE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE ClrtCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDTIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
OAr>= rrijNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-644
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE I IF
HFI BNE KAY RADEBAI '.it
Petition. 1
and
I."KK\" EDWARD RADKBAt'GH
Ftenpoadenl
TO: Loren Edward Radebauah
11 E Itj \'n ill
Mesa. Arizona
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT1FTED
thai an action to- Disaoiutloa 1 I Mar-
rlaae baa been filed against vou and
v. u are required to m rve co >v ol
your written defenses, if aai
on Abe Knss Esquire, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address li 181 N W
I2th Avenue, Miami. Florida
and file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court "11 or be-
fore February IT. 1S74: otherwise
default will be entered attains! v.iu
for the relief demanded in the 00m-
nlalnt or petition.
This notice shall h,- publish. ,1 one*
ach week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FIORIDIA.N
WIT.VESS mv hand mid the seal '
Raid court at Miami Florida on this
9 day of January. 1974.
RICHARD P BRIVKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By A. J. RIVAS
A Deputy Clerk
fCirr-ull Court Seal)
Abe KOSS. Esquire
Stone A Sostchln. P A.
101 S.W, 12th Ave
Miami. Fla. 33128
Attorney for Petitioner
I Il-U-M 1/1
NOTIC ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THS CIRCUT COURT OF THE
1 El ^v^nth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAD: COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.700
Ai_ ,(x eo OISSOLUT ^N
OF M ARRIAC.F.
THE M tRRIAGR of
n"E BERN
VVil net
I
EDWARD BERN
I
Hr Edw ird Bei
'. \v-
K'
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
'las if Ma*
been fl -.. u and
; 1 '.....
"ur wrlttei .-. ,ns
''' Esau re it-
fpr Petitr. ie--. wl a
- "I N.W 12th
.'..,...,.
II urt
. -,
' rail
relief dema I thi
11
'" JEWISH Ft RIPIAN
- the < al nt
at 01 this
HARD P
A- 1':. .; fircu r
1 ,-.... .-. .
' IE

-
'.:
'-""
NOT ce I Mpra t?'C) 'TIOUS
F LAW
- I i '
'
, ...
-7 :. .-
\STF!_<-~ ,CE
NO T\
'N THE CiRCLi- r- T^ OF THI
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAl C"fL' T
CF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
n J rjc r0| ^JT^
C'VIL AC_ION NO. 74.6*1
GENERAL JURISDICTION
P'VISinsj
ACTON FOP D'SS OF MARRIAGE
I
Peti'.
. .1
\'A JOTA
d 11 dent
"' el na 1 1
1 na! -.! ; "
1
ARE '(F'-i.m'V VV
tctloa for Dissolution of Mnr-
rlajte ha been tiled acalnst you and
you are required to servi 1 of
vour wr'lten ,|efne If anv, l<
," l :''' Koa* Rsouire. attorney for,
Petitioner, whose address is ini N W I
"Jth Avenue. Miami. Florida iilti
ind file the oriainal with the clerk
51 th above styled court on ,,r be.
'"r" Fehni.-iir 15. 1974: otherwise a
lefAUlt Will lie ent-ed BJDalnSl VoU
for the relief demanded In the com-
olalnt or petition.
This notice hall he published once
vi.-*' week for foue consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the s..al of
-lid court at Miami. Florida on this
> day of January. 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER
Aa Clerk, ''ircuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By A J WVAS
As Deputy C.erk
(CJrcul' Court Seal)
Adolfo Koss. Esaulre
'"" So.'chin. PA
101 N.W 12th Avenue
llSinl Fla 33128
Attorney for Petitioner
1/11-18-25 2/1
.- p, titloner, wl ss I*
S V\ l"th Avenue. Miami. FI01-
la ... and file the original II
, r th
.74 Otl M
ull will 1.....ntered as ilnsi you
tor the relli led In ii"
lion.
This notice shall be oubllshed once
eavh week for four consecutive weeks
li THK JEWISH Fl ORIDI vn
WITNESS niv hand and Ihe seal
i OUTi a! Ml IBJ
.his 21 das of V,- 1971
RICHARD IV BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit C
Da le Countj. Floi
Bj 11 .1 Fl lY
a- Denuti Clerk
(Cli ult O url .-
I Adolf,. Koss Esquire
101 x w 12th Avenue
- U24-4566)
nes (or Petltloi
_____________12 as 1 '4-11-1'
TrT>HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JUR'SDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 73-30447
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
'n Re The Marrlajre >f
iNDA T PAREDES '
., I
iBERTi 1 P 1 REDES Hueband
Ti ROBERTO PAREDES
Anartado ,le Candelaria '
, *,-., .,- Venesuela
TOD ARK HERESY noticed thai a
Petition for Dlssolutl Marrlaare
,. 1 een filed attains! you and you
reby required to serve a eot>j
: \ air- answ er or otl lln t>-
,. p.- tloi 'he Wife'i attorney.
, IKRS win address 1-
> 4 N W. i7 : K\ enw Miami Flor-
,..1 file the orlainal with
, the bove styled 1 "our'
- the 1 da* t1'-1 1 u ir<
1 1 default will b,- .
\ El 1 thli 13 dav of Do,
R.1 HARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
B] C P COPB1 \N!-
Deputv Clerk
______________I2.21-2S 1 4-11
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN T"E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FCR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-30.-J4
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
fN RE MA IAOEOF
1
v. .
ON
11 u -
I MANUEL 1 LON
1 "- L-. V venue
.. .
VI HEREBY NOT
, filed rain 1 on
v ,1 lervi y of
...
HARK CAS I'
" I E. F .-'
1 or I tt -
clerk of 1
- 1 url on 01 bi f- 1
left
' -
... ...
bi .
lor foul
. rlda 1
II das f Di ember.

A- 1 ". rk. '"ii. ui1 (" >urt
i lit:' v F 1
F". A .1 I'. IV AS
I D '>u.\ Clerk
- all
I ASPER
'Uutlei 9
Viiam S313I
K for Pi mioiier
12/14-81-28 1 4
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-306S3
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF CARRIAGE
IN RE: MARHIAC.E i iK
VIVIAN MARIA HOYOS,
Petitioner.
and
FERNANDO lioYOS.
Respondent.
TO; FERNANDO H"Y>iS
KH Number t
iiotiota. Coluaabia
^oultl America
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai all action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed assjnsl vou and
vou are required to serve a copy of
in a rltten defen my, to It
l,n PONA1 D A ALTER, attortuw
for Petitioner, hose addn "
1 inooln Koa,I. Buite 114 Miami Beach.
Florid I and file the
wiih Ihe clerk of the above 1
.... oubllshed once cowl on or ^t^FbritviV l. '
Week- otherwise a default lll I...... '
attains! vou for the reii.-f demanded in
the comulalnt or petition.
This notice shall be published onoe
each week for four oonsecutu weeka
in THK JEWISH Fl ORIDIAN
WITNESS mv land and 'of
said curt at Miami. Florida On this
I Mi da) of 1 '11 ember 167'
Richard R Br
As Clerk, Cln ull Court
Dade Counts Flor da
B) W TTMIN8K1
As Deputj C erk
(Circuit Curt Seal 1
Ronald A Alter
1 id. Suite 214
Mian.1 Bea h. Florida
Attonuy fur Petition, r 1 4 U
: -'-.ie ihe orurinal with th<
ilerk t (he al 1 ty'ed court on
ir before January 21, iu7. otherwise
above st] you
or thi d In the coro-
olaini or pel li
each week fi r fou e.-utlvi
In THK JEW BH FLORID VN
a i" v:ss my hand ind the seal
1 court 11 m iml, Florida on
: ri ,f p. embei 197S
1 '" \!:! P .
Circuit C 'urt
Dad-- C lint! '" i 1
B) c P C' PE1 vn''
v Deputt Clerk
ult ('ourl B< ,
Vrthui H isot Bsq
an Drli
lale Fl ;
\ irney for Pet tii ner Husband
_> ; 4-11
NO. ICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CI*CL"T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAPE COUNTY
C'VIL ACTION NO 73-308'S
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Th. Marrtaae ,f
\i::v
petll ner-1 [us!
11 i
GENEVA GILLIARD,
1 ;,.^ iondeiit-V
TO GENEVA GILLIARD
Ron;,
I!,,.\ I! v
ipp 1 3 ."
TOf ARK HEREB" NOTIFIED
that an action for Dlssnlui
rlajte 1 led acalnal 1 u
you ai 1 ipj
':...... defense an] to It
|i W'c M fH iNSH KK 11
- -- p,.; .., vl ---1 is 1 i''7
n W 7tn Stre M
, tl ii 1 la li the lerk
of the abovi 1 -
;, ..; I lit will
' ..-if red ., u '
1 .. ,i 1 the comi
Tl is noi -i 1 1 a.1 I
each v. weeke
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-31130
GENERAL JUDISDICTION DIV.
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE M VRRIAGE i >F
I.YI.K M COTTON, Husband
V, R1TII COTTON v
Ti>: I VI B M C( TTl 'N
4-1 a
E Betl
\ n York I46M
ViT ARK HKRKilY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
is beea fll t you and
you are required ; nervi .. onjr of
your written defense! If ai II
on Sol Alex* lei ittqn fot Pel I -
tlonei hose iddn 1- 16 W
ler Bl Suite 117 H w r 1
and file Ihe orialnal with th<
,.f the ibove styled court on or be-
' re February I, 1674 tl em .1
default w." be enti n 1
Dadi lurbla
B] R M. KISS
Decut)
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1 7 N w :', Street
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Utorney for 1 tlo
12 21 t I 4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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of D< mber. 1671
RICH tRD P ;
Al 1'!( 1 k, Cin uit 1'
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As I nut] Clerk
Circuit 1 ui .-
12 28 1-1 II
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JUR SDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO 73.
NOT'CE BY PUBLICA-ION
H
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1 UAH WD
ROBERT H iSBPH K

named
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLO = ii-)A IN AND FOR
dade county
pri-bate division
probate no. 74-41
frank b. dowling
notice to creditors
In RK: Estate of
IDA D RUBY
deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ma- Claims or Demands Airainst Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and reauired
to present any claims and demands
which you may have asainst the e.--
tate of IDA D. RUBY deceased late
of Dade County. Florida, to the 1 11
cult Judses of Dade County, and file'
the same in duplicate and as provided
in Section 733 16. Florida Statutes In
their offices in the County Court-
house in Dade County. Florida, within
' 'Ur calendar months from the time
of the first publication hereof, or the
,.in.- will be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 3 dav
of January. AD. 1974
MORRIS RUBY
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 11 dav of January. 1974.
Harry Zultemlck
Attorney for Executor
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida J.I 139
l/II-18-25 2/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
CF FLORIDA IN ANU FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIV'SION
,v i,u-P,R0J. ATE N0 "-7158
IN RE: ESTATR OF
IRVING Si'IIAFFZIN
Deceased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
D) ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF said DECEDENT
..,; "ii'""'' n"r'b-v notified that a w'.-lt-
". "isirumcnt purporting to he t>-,>
a \V"i an. te""nent f said M-
.;''..,!'v.:J:r"i^m""-} *.nmb.
man,led
from the
u di or aaalnat
1 anj ,,.- 01 pei m
known to II Plaintiffs havii a or
1 n to |, r
nteresl th< lands, throuah by or
'' aid Di lendant*
.l"1 Mil: HEREBY NOTIFIED
ai Uon to yl'IKT TITI K to
Court You are hereby com! Z'.IT W".h ,h" l'Urk "f lh
wlth.n six calendar months I r Sii. Urt n or br,0T* '"'
1 date of the first puhllcat on ?L,,'^i"'^ ,S74: otherwise ,
gynurss tfn r; vouKa,lv,'w!.'y
un'rdevok'ed10 Br"bat- ShnUld "5
JOHN R. BLANTON
Circuit Court Judae
RICHARD P BRINKER Clerk
By CORNELL ROBINSON
_.___ Deputy Clerk
SPARRBR. ZKMBI. ROSKIN
HEII.BR,,NNER AND KARPPA
Attorneys for Executor
100 North Blscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33132
First publication of this notlra n.
rhc 21 dav of December. 1973 "
12/21-28 1/4-11
the following property 111 Dade Coun-
ts Florida:
k?Am%. Btock 3 of Tltnl'li'AI. FS-
rATES, a, ordina to the PUt
thereof, recorded In Plat Il.xik
SO. I'aae 91. of the Public Records
of Dade County. Florida.
has been filed aaainst you and you
" "ouired to srve a copy of your
PA.W.V.L 1 S>"TH. Attorney for
flalnllffs whose address is 420 South
2H!?".\ P,?riu "It""., and file the
above
dav
----. .^,-m. vuivmi!< a de-
for ihJ I h* ^ """t-red aaainst you
Plaint "f d,m"nd,',l i" th cem-
ealh"!!. Ntti';'' *.haU bt """Wished oi.ee
Cour7il\uS,,9may han.d ,nd "' ot "
court this U day of De<.ember. 1!>7J.
RICHARD P RRINKER
As Clerk of aaid court
By: A. J RIVAS
#o< ,. A* Deputy Clerk
gSJFti, cow Sean
VON ZAM1T A SMITH
^'U'r"-,\' /"T Plaintiff.
J-oral Cables. Florida 32148
By: SAMUEL E SU*ITH
12'28 1/4-11-1*
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TIRE CO.
FIRST-OF-YEAR
SAFETY
SERVICE
CENTER
BEGoodrich
WSM^SEM,
STEEL
BELTED
POLYESTER CORD 2 STEEL BELTS
A78-13 F78-14 G78-14
G78-15 H78-15 J78-15
P.us F E Tax
2 31 to 3 19
& Trade-in
BELTED
RADIAL
Fits most late models of
BUICKS, CHEVROLETS, DODGES,
FORDS, PLYMOUTHS, PONTIACS
Plus F.E. Tax
2.95 and
Trade-in
BFGoodrich
SILVER

BELTED WHITEWULLS
deluded
ALL
SIZES
LISTED
^
BFGoodrich
long mm
4 PLY
,NYLON CORD
LGOGD MILEAGE
LOW COST
650/700X13
Plus 188 F.E. Tax 4 Trade
B78-14 C78-14
E78-14 F78-14
G78-14 F78-14
G78-15
Plus F.E Tax $2.00 to $2.73 each and
trade. $1.00 less for blackwalls
$Q EXTRA FOR LARGE SIZE CARS
H78-15 J78-15 L78-15
Plus F.E Tax $2.94 to $3.31 and trade-'i
SAFETY SERVICE
O
SIZE PRICE F.E. Tax
560x15 2 ply 14.25 1.64
775x14 15.50 2.11
825x14 17.50 2.24
825x15 17.50 2.30
Whitewalls slightly higher_________^^^
BFGoodrich
LIFE SAVER
R/S RADIAL
$.
1
BFGoodrich
9
SHOCK
ABSORBERS
$
INSTALLED
STEEL
BELTED
WHITEWALLS
THE 40,000
MILE TIRE FROMl
OR7013
Plus 2 24
f [ Tai
& 'ndf .-
ALIGNMENT
BALANCING
BRAKE RELINING
BALL JOINTS
GET OUR PRICE TODAY!
NORTON
-SINCE 193 J
TIRE CO.
BFGoodrich
[rrwsier charge]
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CtNTRAl MIAMI
5300 NW. 27th Ave. 634-1556
CORAL GABIES
Bird & Douglas Road 446-8101
NORTH MIAMI
13360 NW. 7th Ave. 681-8541
N. MIAMI BEACH
1700 N E 163 SI 945 7454
MIAMI BEACH
1454 Alton Road 672-5353
SOUTH OAOE
9001 S Dixie H 667 7575
HIALEAH PALM SPRINGS MILE
1275 49th St 822 25C0
CUTLER RIDGE
20390 S Dme Hwy 233 5241
HOMESTEAD
30100 S Federal H*y 2471622
W HOLLYWOOD
497 S State Rd 7 9870450
Open Mon. Wed. Fn Till 9 P.M.
FT. LAUDERDALE
1830 W B'OAard Blvd 525 3136
FT LAUDERDALE
1740 E Sunrise Blvd 525 7588
PLANTATION
381 N State Rd 7 587-2186
POMPANO BEACH
3151 N Fede-al Hwy. 943-4200
WEST PALM BEACH
515 South Dixie 832-3044
LAKE PARK/ N. PALM BEACH
532 N. Lake E^a S4S-2544
FT PIERCE
2604 South 4tn St 464-8C20
VERO BEACH
755 2ist Street 5671174
ORLANDO
421 N. Orange Blcsson Tr. 422 3161
ORLANDO
3620 E Colonial Dr 8961141
WINTER PARK
699 S Orla-.do Ave. 645-5305
DAYTONA BEACH
907 Volusia Ave 255-7487
NAPLES
.-5 E. Tan;,ami Tr. 774-4443
CLOSED ALL DAY SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS


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Friday, January 11, I97J
Only three weeks until our prices go up.
Condominium apartments at The Circle are selling fast
No doubt our prices and location have a great deal to do with this.
We re only a 5 minute walk from Inverrary
yet our one bedroom apartments are S5.210 less than theirs.
Alas however our prices are going up February 1st.
This chart shows how much you can save by
reserving your condominium apartment at The Circle before then.
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1 bedroom $21 690 $24 950 $3 260
240 $28 500 $b?60
onvertible $27 900 $32 100 $4?00
$29 700 $34 500 $4 800
I merit $28 900 $33 250 $4 350
534 900 $000
Appliances by Hntomn^
Air Conditioning [)y t^^^fc
Is price the only reason for buying at The Circle9 Hardly
Our model apartments may be the most beautiful m lauderhill
They were furnished by a California designer whose work is super la: e
And our S1 million private recreation park
is one of the largest in Florida.
The Circle is really different. You should see it.
Our models are open daily 9 00 to 6 00.
Grand Opening
Directions-
Florida Turnpike to Exit 16 Right on Sunr.se Bouievard to 56th Avenue Then turn right
The Circle is at 2600 NW 56th Avenue. Lauderhill Florida 33313 lone block before the entrance to Inverrary)
Phone. (Dacei 949-6945 (Broward) 739-6215
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