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

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

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Uewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
jlume 47 Number 5
Miami, Florida Friday, February 1, 1974
l.iree Sections Price 25 cents
West Coast Congregation
Seeks Homosexual Rabbi
1 i
Bv BEN GALLOB
Th 60 members of the first homosexual Jewish congregation on
A west coast believe that if their synagogue is to succeed it must
M>e an ordained rabbi who must be a homosexual, according to a
form rabbinical official who has assisted the unique congregation
litKv it was formed.
f A report on the history and
froblcms of the I.os Angele's con- American Hebrew Congregations,
legation bv Rabbi Erwin L. Her-j first appeared in a recent issue of
n, director of the Pacific South-. the Journal of the Central Confer-
st Council of the Union of' ence of American Rabbis, the as-
sociation of Reform rabbis.
RABBI HERMAN recounted that
in March. 1972. four Jewish homo-
sexuals, who had attended a meet-
ing of the Metropolitan Commu-
nity Church in a Los Angeles black
?hetto, decided there was a need
for a synagogue in Los Angeles to
serve Jewish homosexuals.
Subsequently, two dozen men
and women attended a meeting at
Continued on Page 6-A
Reds Snub
Dutch Plan
For Emigres
EITHER FAVORABLE OR EVENHANDED
How U.S. Blacks Saw
October War in Press
JOSEPH /UMOG/
points finger abroad
By Special Report
NEW YORK A survey of
leading black newspapers across
the country indicates that the
overwhelming majority were
either favorable to Israel or even-
handed in the news reports and
'
t
INACCURACY CHARGED
Poor Picture of Fullback
TEL AVIV(JTA)Mayor-elect Joseph Almogi of Haifa
accused representatives overseas of painting a dark picture of
the situation here in order to raise more concern for Israel.
Almogi, who was Minister of Labor in the outgoing Meir
government returned from a tour of the United States.
I INTEND to tell Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir and
editorials they published on the
Yom Kippur war, the American
Jewish Congress has reported.
A sampling of the black press
for a seven-week period begin-
ning with the outbreak of the
war Oct. 6. showed only one of
15 black newspapers studied to
be opposed to Israel, the Con-
gress said.
THEODORE BIKEI cochair
man of the Congress' policy-mak-
ing body presided at the meeting.
In the study, five black news-
papers were classified as "gen-
erally favorable" to Israel, five
as "mixed" and four as publish-
ing too little news or opinion
Continued on Page 8-A
TEL AVIV (JTA) Dutch
officials have approached Soviet
authorities with a plan to fly
Jews emigrating from the Soviet
Union directly from Moscow to
Ben-Gurion Airport here but so
far have gotten no response to
their proposal.
The Amsterdam correspondent
of Yediot Achronot said the plan
was first broached in other cir-
cles after the Austrian govern-
ment announced that it would
close down the Jewish Agency's
emigrant transit center at Scho-
enau Castle, but the Russian re-
ply was negative.
IT HAS since been renewed
by the Dutch who represent Is-
raeli interests in Moscow. They
have proposed either direct Mos-
cow-Tel Aviv flights or direct
flights to Vienna where the emi
grees could board an Israel-bound
plane after a brief stay at the air
ports transit lounge.
According to the Dutch, the
suggestion ought to interest the
Russian airline, Aeroflot. and
would be welcomed by the Aus-
trians who want the emigrees'
stay to be as brief as possible
for security reasons.
But the Russian attitude so far
has been purely political.
DR. HAHUM COLDMANH
considered autocratic
British
Join Up
With
WJC
the
Continued on Page 9-A
ki
BEGINNING WITHDRAWAL COMPLETED
Israel Ends First Phase;
Hands Over 'Key' to Suez
TEL AVIV(JTA)Israeli forces completed the first phase
of their withdrawal from the west bank of the Suez Canal at noon
Monday.
They occupied a new line north of the Suez Cairo road after for-
milto turning over the evacuated
Orthodox Push Drive
To Control Conversion
JERUSALEM (JTA) Orthodox rabbis from the United States
and other countries, seeking to preserve Orthodox hegemony over re-
ligious and personal matters in Israel, continued to attack conversions
made under non-Orthodox auspices.
Rabbi Louis Bernstein, of New
York, president of the Rabbinical
Council of America, warned that
if Israel recognized conversions
performed by Reform or Conser-
vative rabbis not in accordance
with Ha'.acha it would gravely
prejudice the Orthodox n-bbin-
ate's fight against intermarriage
in the U.S. and around the world.
area to the United Nat'ons. Later,
the UN handed it over to the
Egyptians.
THE PORT of Adabiyeh on the
Gulf of Suez was the first posi-
tion transferred to the UN. Later,
the Israeli flag was lowered in the
town of Suez and a symbolic
"key" to the city made of card-
board was presented to the of-
ficer in command of the UN unit
taking temporary control of the
town.
Kilometer 101 on the Suez
Cario road which enjoyed its
brief moment of world fame as
Continued on Page 5-A
RABBI BERNSTEIN and some
of his Orthodox colleagues spoke
at a press conference following
the closing session of the RCA's
annual mid-winter convention
here.
They attacked local Reform and
Conservative rabbis who oppose
amending Israel's Law of Return
to stipulate that converts coming
to Israel as immigrants must have
been converted in accordance
with Halacha meaning Ortho-
dox rites in order to be recog-
nized as Jews.
The so-called "who is a Jew?"
amendment is one of the key de-
Cntinued on Page 11-A
LONDON 'JTA) The
need to conform with changing
times won over hidebound tra-
dition in an historic vote by the
Board of Deputies of British Jews
to affiliate with the World Jewish
Congress.
It was the first time in its
more than two centuries of exist-
ence that the representative body
of British Jewry crossed fron-
tiers, so to speak, to join another
Jewish body beyond the boun-
daries of the United Kingdom.
IT DID so only after receiving
from the WJC president Dr.
Nahum Goldmann written assur-
ances of its autonomy in the af-
fairs of British Jews and preser-
vation of the tradition that only
the board speaks for British Jews
to the British government.
The board, now affiliated with
the WJC. will replace the British
Section of the WJC. which has
become unnecessary according to
its chairman, Jacob Halevy. "I
Continued on Page 6-A
Koch Bill Seeks Oil Depletion Cuts
Kissinger Praised 2A
New Knesset 3-A
'No Guarantor* 3-A
Only Alternative' 5-A
No Secret Deals 11 A
By Special Report
NEW YORK Rep. Edward I.
Koch (D., N.Y.) has announced
he will introduce legislation to
rescind the oil depletion allow-
ance as it affects oil produced
outside North America.
It is absurd for the American
taxpayer to continue to subsidize
the production of Arab oil that is
denied to the United States." he
said at a news conference in
Stephen Wise Congress House
here, national headquarters of the
American Jewish Congress.
REP. KOCH said he would seek
to close a "loophole" in the In-
ternal Revenue Code, which
exempts from taxation 22 per
cent of American companies' in-
come earned from oil and gas
wells.
The depletion allowance covers
earnings from all oil and gas pro-
duction. Rep. Koch's bill, now in
preparation, would rescind the
allowance as it applies to income
earned from production outside
North America.
As a result of the present de-
pletion allowance, Rep. Koch de-
clared, "we are now in the anom-
alous position of underwriting oil
production in Saudi Arabia. Ku-
wait and other Arab countries
whoe kings and sheiks, in their
insatiable greed, have declared
an oil embargo against the United
States."
KOCH SAID the measure to.
deny the depletion allowance to
income on foreign oil production
would be "felt first and hardest
Continued .n Page 2-A


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Friday, February 1, 1974
Kissinger Praised for Effort
WASHINGTON UTA)
President Nixon. Vice Presidenl
Gerald Ford, House Speaker Carl
Albert-and-a score of l<*doFfcof
the major committees of both
Houses of Cttgress gave Secre-
tary of State Hevj a Kissinger
a "round of applause" when ht
appeared at the Wlvite House to
report on his 11-day 15.600-mile
trip to the Middle East
Their bipartisan show of sup-
port punctuated their expressions
of admiration of Kissinger's "shi I
il? diplomacy" that the) made
clear has their full supp II1
BIT THEY also made clear
that the disengagement of the Is
raeli and Egyptian forces that he
had engineered is "a preliminary
step'" in the process towards
peace in the area
Foreign Relations Coi
chairman .1 William Ful 1
(D.. Ark. I, Minoi ity Lead T Hug!
Scott (R.. Pa 1, Strom Thu
(R S.C.) ranking Republican 01
enal Vrmi d Sen ices 1
e and the chairman of that
ttee, John Stonn D.
Miss j lined after th.- mm
in pr ting B 1 work a
"magnificent" an I I job "
SCOTT saw the Kiss
gineered disengagement as mean
ing the "rem ival" of the "larg -'
single blockade" to the "till n
lifting" "i the oil embargi a sains
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howover, make any predictions
when the embargo would be
lifted.
.In an exckMiverfllttMView-^Nitb*
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
Fulbright said that Kissinger had
"done a very good job" and that
his trip achieved "a very good
preliminary step." This is the
"only time" he noted, that "such
negotiations have taken place."
Fulbright was reminded that
he had said in October to tin
.il a that Istael should be assure i
of "physical and political
ity," and he was asked what he
lit of the separation a
ment in relation 11 thai security.
-IT is in the interests of l<
rael," Fulbright replied. "Israel
is more exposed than anyone."
When it was observed that
Egypt and Israel did n,.t h
gs for the dis-
engagement agreement. Fulbright
replied that they are "engaged in
(he process of negotial
^Hhe cHnatedi nmriapkrthat dl
lection." He aid the disengage
ment is -i beginning process I
be carried on in Geneva."
\~ked about the Soviet role in
the d ement process, Ful
said "The Russian! have
no) obstructed it and have been
cooperative."
KIS81NGER, he added, 'could
not have d me 11 without their ac
but he is the initiatoi
and deserve- the credit."
si nni- told the JTA that I
am \ ery much encouraged by this
preliminar) step as far as it goes'
Thurmond also emphasized the
"preliminary" nature of the dis
engagement. "I repeat," he cau
turned, This :- |us4 thi Hrsl
We should keep that in mind."
Koch Bill Seeks Oil
Depletion Allowance Cuts
Continued from Page 1-A
by American oil compan
invested ia foreign oil pr
"It will encourage such compa-
nies to make f fforts with the
Arab oil monarchs to
embargo on oil to the United
States.
"At the same time, it will stim-
ulate the development of d 11
tic oil reserves, ;>n and off shore,
even at increased cost and some-
diminished profits. It has
been their lust for profit-
has until now encouraged the oil
companies to seek oil where pro-
duction costs are cheaper. The
availability of the depletion
allowance on Arab oil has been
another mllurnce.
THE depletion allowance
for oil production outsell- N
America must be ended. It is
el arly intolerable that Americans
should help to pay for economic
reprisals aimed at their families
and their pocketbooks."
Rep. Ko?h was introduced at
the news conference by Phil
Uaum. associate exoautive direc-
tor of the American Jawisb Con-
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THE FAILURE of the t
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U.S. Not 'Guarantor'
Of Mideast Peace
Rabbi Miller Speaker At Spinoza Forum
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
JTA Washington Boreail Chief'
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Secretary of State Henry A. Kis
singer said Jan. 22 that the US
was not a "guarantor" of the Is-
raeli-Egyptian disengagement he
helped work out but stated that
if there is another outbreak of
war in the Middle East the U.S.
will be "involved" whether it is
engaged in a diplomatic obliga
tion or not.
Kissinger speaking at a press
conference at the State Depart
ment, his first since returning
from his intensive diplomatic
rounds in th? Middle East, told
newsmen that when he was in
Damascus, the Syrians for the
first time put forward a concrete
suggestion on a phase of negotia-
tions with Israel and that he con-
veyed it to the Israelis.
HE DID not say what the phase
was but it is assumed to relate to
Israeli prisoners of war. Refer-
ring to his major diplomatic
achievement in the Middle East,
Kissinger stressed that the U.S.
was not formally bound to take
any action in the event of a viola-
tion of the Israeli-Egyptian di /n
gaaement agreement.
"In the sense of having a for-
mal obligation of a specific ac-
tion in case of a violation of the
agreement wc are not guaran-
tors," he said.
He added that if there is a
new outbreak of war in the region
i Ave.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson is founder
The Spinoza Forum will feature day. Feb. 7. at 10 a.m. in the Wash- and director of the forum, and
a talk by Rabbi David Miller Thurs- ington Federal, 1234 Wasrington I Arnold Kleiner serves as chairman
and one side or the other asks
M U.S. diplomatic help, "We'wrll
follow the course" from where
the violation has occurred.
KISSINGER described the
Nixon letters on the limitation of
forces which were signed by both
Premier Golda Meir of Israel and
Egyptian President Anwar Sadat
as "a device" by the U.S. to con-
vey to each party what the limita-
tions should be and not a U.S.
guarantee.
He said the U.S. had agreed not
to publish the content of that ac-
cord at the express request of
both sides.
But congressional leaders whom
he briefed at the White House
were given a "detailed account
of the assurances and unpublish-
ed contents," Kissinger said.
KISSINGER stressed that the;
Soviet government gave "strong
suppoit" to the results of the dis .
engagement negotiations. He al-
so reiterated his praise for the
Soviet role in setting up the Ge-
neva peace conference which he
said was useful, constructive and
crucial.
Kissinger said that "We have
every reason to believe" that the
success of the Israeli-Egyptian
negotiations on disengagement
would lead to an end to the oil
embargo.
Failure to end it in a "reason
able time" would raise serious
questions of confidence with re
spect to the Arab nations on this:
issue, he said.
Enmities Brake As
Knesset Sworn In
JERUSALEM (JTA> The
new Knesset Israel's eighth
was swflrn into office in festive
ceremonies presided over by
President Ephraim 'Katzir during
which-inter-party rivalries were
set aside for the moment at
least and gregarious good-will
prevailed .
'4t was like shul 9n Yora.Kip-
pu'r with everybody shaking ev-
erybody's hand and- saying 'mazei
tov,'" one observer remarked.
The MKs discarded the casual
attire that distinguishes Israel's
parliament from most others in
the world and attended the open-
ing in jackets and ties.
WOMEN MEMBERS and ttie
wives and daughters of MKs were
resplendent in their finery.
Premier Golda Meir, as the old
est member, was sworn in first,
and she administered the oath to
the other 116 members present.
Three MKs were absent.
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the new Knesset reelected Labor
ite" Israel Yeshayahu as speaker,
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faction with Yeshayahu's alleged
lack of control over the last;
Knesset.
. He was supported by all parties |
except the Rakah Communists, I
and Likud which voted for its own [
candidate, former Supreme Court j
Justice Benjamin Ha levy
KATZIR HAD all members rise
in memory of Israel's war dead \
and David Ben-Gurion. He of-,
fered a prayer that all Israeli
prisoners in enemy hands and;
the war wounded still recovering
in hospitals will "soon be with us
again."
The President also spoke of
"a ray of hope" emanating from
the disengagement agreement
signed with Egypt and the Ge-
neva peace conference.
He noted that this Knesset was
considerably younger than any of
its predecessors and included
many more native-bom Israelis.
MRS. MEIR spoke briefly and |
in general terms, reserving her
major political statement on dis
engagement and related matters
for the first debate of the new
Knesset. She said it would he in
conceivable if the "get-rich-quick"
' -mentality and social inequtties of
the 1987-73 period returned now
" with the trauma of the Yom Kip-
pur War still fresh.
She said much needed to be
Changed. Above all a willingness
Was required of each individual
citizen to make sacrifices on be-
half of the state, and the nation.
Mrs. Meir called for high stand-
ards of debate and behavior in
the new Knesset.
Rabbis Review Borow'rti
Bock, 'Masks Sews Wear'
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Another way of locking at the urgent need that Israel
has in these months immediately following the devastation
to her economy from the Yom Kippur War is that Israel
Bond sales in 1973 amounted to S502,137,550.
This means that the 51 Billion Reconstruction Loan is
seeking to double this figure during 1974.
*
Economic Needs Defined
Certainly, readers of these columns do not have to be
told once more about the impact on Israel's economy of the
Egyptian-Syrian attack last October.
Not only has the nation's Gross National Product de-
clined, but so has construction and expansion on every
conceivable national level
During the past 2C years, the Israel Bond Organization
has been the Central source of funds for the development
of irriqation projects, industrial and agricultural develop-
ment, the exploitation cf natural resources, the construction
of public housinq and highways, telecommunications, and
the creation of jobs for new immigrants from the Soviet
Union and other countries.
Any curbing cf these critical activities would be as
devastating a blow a= the war itself.
That is what the new Reconstruction Loan is all about,
and that is why there is the urgent tone attached to the
announcement cf the goal and the time in which it must be
met in Miami, nationally and throughout the world.
What Else is New?
We think it is significant that Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger has told a press conference in Washington that
the United States is not a "guarantor" in the Middle East
disengagement between Israeli and Egyptian forces.
After all the hoopla, this flat-out Kissinger assertion
speaks a volume of words.
The United States is not a "guarantor" in South Viet-
nam either.
So what else is new?
Cause for Celebration |
At its annual Jewish National Fund banquet Sunday
evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel, the INF will celebrate
the near-campletion of its Gov. Reubin Askew Forest Park
project outside of Tel Aviv undertaken here last year.
In addition to helping Israel with its ongoing afforesta-
tion programs, the Dark will serve as a major recreation
area for Tel Aviv residents and environs.
JNF officials here say that the park is three-quarters t
finished and that a dedication ceremony is planned in
Israel this summer.
That should be a major cause for celebration at the
Sunday banquet.
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The Israel Bond Organization this week announced
what amounts to the largest loan in Israel's history.
To be called the SI Billion Reconstruction Loan, of-
ficials of the organization have already assigned a S30
million quota for the Greater Miami area.
The magnitude of the loan can be judged by the fact
that since the inception of the Israel Bond Independence
Issue back in 1951, some $2.8 billion in funds have gone to
Israel for a variety of capital investment purposes designed
to give the fledgling nation a sound financial basis.
The new issue represents a little less than half that fig.
ure. and Finance Minister Pinchas Sapir wants it to be sold
SUPPOSED shortages of fuel 0
remind me of an infinitely
more dangerous shortage.
A number of yean ago, I coined
the concept of the conservation
of minority energy in which I
suggested that Jews ou_.
exercise increasing care about |
the causes they publich
THERE IS no doubt that so *
many of them are worthy, but 1
there is also no doubt that sc j
many of them are unpopular: .inner
while others, both worthy and un-
popular, are often championed by
non-Jews, who ought to be given
the opportunity to be champion
.....A... 1 v- v
Miiidlin
without competition or with only
an ancillary assist from us if we
feel that we simply have to be
represented.
The question, put bluntly. ,
what extent we must iden!:(
selves with every princip:-
even movement that recommends
itself to our moral imperat:
The conservation of rain
energy argues that ore ih
come choosier in the exercise (
imperatives.
IF WE say "yea" to every op-
portunity to demonstrate ou
nority right to free speech
assembly and the dissemination if
noble ideas, a public 1
wearied by prophets and do-
ers may at some time turn a
ear to us when we need its
port most.
This is not the "sha-sha" m
operandi of Jews of an earlier
generation in an anti-S.
"galut."
It is not spoken in fear or out
of suspicion that an obeeq
Jewry is more likely to survive
in the hostile world of the Gen-
tile.
IT IS simply a way of 11
that we have been talking .
much of late about too many
things, and it does seem
that we are running out of -
We are on the brink of ai
ergj cristi peculiar to a vo
minority.
The proof is that some of
IOU's are already being call)
we are being asked to say "I
you" for debt-; we should
ever, have incurred.
A case in point is Vice P
dent For I'- appearance at j.i
Anti-Defamation League rm
in Palm Beach, where the V e
Pi .lent accomplished a number
of things.
His praise of President Nixon
was predictable: Ford"s new
as Spiro Agnate*! successor ;- I
do just that to praise the P: -
Continued on Page 9-A
COMMENT
t. ....... _.r
I have long hi'ld the belief that,
in politics, the extremes of right
and left are more like each other
than not. Fundamentalists of all
religions are closer in thought
than they are to the liberals of
their own taith. It is no surprise
to me that the Orthodox Jewish
extremists now resemble the long-
rejected American Council for
Judaism in their attitude toward
Israel.
The long-smoldering issue of
religious control of the State of
Israel has burst into full flame
at a time when Israel is con-
fronted with its gravest crisis in
25 years. Maybe its worst ever,
for this time it is not enemy
attacks which must be repulsed
but division among the people
and leaders of Israel which has
spread to the Diaspora.
IT IS somewhat ironic that a
leading story in last weeks Flor-
idian began with a sentence that
"Orthodox organizations have as-
sailed the Reform and Conserva-
tive movements for interfering in
Israel's political structure and for
questioning Israel's religious au-
thorities".
It makes it sound as if the two
major Jewish bodies started it
all when, as a matter of record,
the "interference" was a response
to Israel's National Religious
Party's making demands for
greater power before entering a
new coalition that must be cre-
ated if Israel is to have a stable
government.
TAKING advantage of the pre-
carious situation. NRP would
have the Law of Return changed
so that only persons converted "ac-
cording to Halacha" would be ad-
mitted to Israel as Jews under
the law. As the Jerusalem Post
points out:
'The proposed amendment .
aims at undermining the authority
of Conservative ant Reform rab-
bis and with it the position of
two dominant patterns of
Jewish religious and communal
life in America.
"IT WOULD do more than
ply express Orthodoxy's refusal
to recognize the authority of He-
form and Conservative rabbis in
the Diaspora. That is its right
Rattier, it would wield the Jewish
State as a tool in support of this
refusal, which is quite another
matter. What Orthodoxy in the
Diaspora has never been able to
achieve on its own in free compe-
tition", writes Erwin Frenkel. "it
would seek to achieve through
the agency of the secular State "
The question of conversion and
intermarriage is surely a sticky-
one but. as I wrote last October
in a response to Rabbi Tibor
Stern's attacks on Reform and
Conservative Judaism during the
High Holy Days, there are no
simplistic answers to the prob-
lems of assimilation and accul-
turation faced by Diaspora Jews
living in a free society such as
ours.
WHILE I think the picture is
even worse, the National Jewish
Population Study ligures show
that less than half our people are
affiliated with the synagogue (I
think one-third is closer) and
that the younger folk are even
less inclined to join.
I was interested to learn that
the sensational young woman
bowler, Paula Sperber. had a Jew-
ish father and a nonJewish moth-
er and that, as she told a New
York newspaper interviewer, she
was trying to live with both re-
ligions.
YOU MAY have seen the story
bv EDWARD COHEN
in the Herald as part of the
on Coping with the Km : g)
sis" about a family in I
which does not believe there
a crisis. "In fact, during tin
days the Schragers were the only
family on the block with out-.
Christmas lights and I'm
proud of if, said Mrs. Schragi
The Schragers are Jewish." A
Mr. Schrager is a Republic.!
filial while Mrs. Schrager is a
Democrat and a "member of the
League of Women Voters".
There are also young men
"wearing crocheted yarmulke-"
who are busing working on wha
they call Jewish Rock, callin;
themselves the Rabbi's Son-,
aimed at up-dating the formerly
religious tone of Jewish music.
In more direct words, we have
enough on our hands without, as
the Jerusalem Post article be-
gins: ''American Jews are being
forced to wage a battle on two
fronts for and against the Is-
rael government."
I have never been one to run
from a fight of this kind, for I
believe that differences should
be aired and settled, if possible.
HOWEVER distraught Reform
and Conservative leaders may
have been and still are
about their second class status
in Israel, never has there been a
threat to bring chaos to the State
by refusing to lead the drive for
funds or otherwise dedicate them-
selves to support of Israel.
The religious status quo in Is-
rael is still unacceptable to Con
servative and Reform. To worsen
relations under the threat of un-
dermining hopes for forming a
viable government is to put Or
thodox Judaism in the same
league as the American Council
for Judaism.


FViday, February 1, 1974
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Pullback 60nly Alternative' to War-Golda
By DAVID LANDAU
JTA Jerusalem Bureau Chief
JERUSALEM (JTA) Pre-
mier Golda Meir has strongly de-
, fended her government's disen-
gagement agreement with Egypt,
declaring that the only alternative
was a resumption of war. that its
aim was to advance toward a per-
manent peace settlement and that
it was signed out of Israeli
strength, not weakness.
M
Mrs. Meir spake at length dur-
ing the first working session of
the new Knesset. Her remarks
were followed by a grueling 10-
hour debate during which Likud
opposition leader Menachem Bei-
gin denounced the agreement as
capitulation and castigated Pre-
Israel Ends First Phase;
Hands Over Suez 'Key9
Continued from Page 1-A
?he spot where Israel and Egypt
signed their ceasefire agreement
Nov. 11 and disengagement ac-
cord Jan. 21, reverted to just an-
other lonely desert marker.
The green UN tent where the
documents were signed is no
leneer Israeli-held territory. The
new Israeli positions are from
1*4 to 4 kilometers north of the
road.
HERE ISRAELI forces have
strung barbed wire and posted
border warning signs. But the
new lines will be occupied only
until the Israelis complete the
second phase of their pullback
to a point north of Fayid.
Meanwhi'e. i! turned out that
the Israeli promise not to en-
in a scorched earth policy
not apply to Egyptian mili-
installations. As convoys of
army trucks and buses evacuate.!
Israeli troops and demolitijn
squads blew up or put torch to
Egyptian military equipment and
installations that could not be
moved.
But roads and basic civilian in-
stallations were untouched. The
Egyptians will benefit from a
new road constructed by Israeli
engineers during the past month
and From new bridges thrown
over the Suez Canal to facilitate
the withdrawal.
THE EGYPTIANS will also be
able to use once more the air-
fields at Fayid, Gasharit and
Kebrit which they had abandoned
lone ago because they were with'
in artillery range of Israeli forces
on the Bar-Lev Line
With lirnell forces pulling back
t,i positions 20 kilometers easl
of the Suez Canal, the airfields
are expected to be reactivated
and wil! constitute a potential
threat to Israeli positions.
mier Meir's government in gener-
al and her top-ranking ministers
indivdually for being party to it.
BUT THE f,;ry Likud spokes-
man could offer no viable alter
native when he was asked point
ediy for one by Defense Minister
Mo-he Dayan. His Likud col-
league. Gen. Ariel Sharon, at-
tempted later on to answer the
key questions, but his ideas were
vague, and Likud's policies re-
mained unclear to objective lis-
teners.
At the end of the debate, the
Knesset voted 76-35 in favor of
the accord. Mrs, Meir referred
to the agreement as "the fruit of
our victory in the war. but we
do not ignore the fact that it also
reflects Egypt's achievements
during the first days of the fight-
ing." |
SPEAKING OF the danger of
escalation, she revealed that since
Oct. 22 there had been 1,073
shooting incidents on the Egyp-
tian front costing Israel 22
dead and 107 wounded. As to the
future. Mrs. Meir said the mili-
tary and strategic position along
the new line to be held by Israel
would be "suitable to their mili-
tary purpose in the event of fight-
ing."
She added: "Throughout the
entire region east of the Gidi and
Mil la passes the Israeli army
will remain deployed in ail
been that it was based on an
Egyptian undertaking to reopen
the Suez Canal and restore nor-
mal life and commerce in the
Saudis Bar Jewish Writer
PARIS (JTA) A French
journalist. Le Monde's Eric Roul-
eau, was prevented from accom-
panying French Foreign Minister
Michael Jobert to Saudi Arabia
because of his "Jewish origin "
Rouleau, who on his Saudi
Arabian visa application had giv-
en "Jewish" as his religion, was
r<-fused an entry visa in spite ol
his reputed pro-Arab stand and
the intervention of the Quai
JVOvsav
LE MONDE foreign editor,
Michael Tatu. told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that the
French Foreign Ministry had ap-
proved Rouleau's application to
join the press party traveling on
Jobert's plane and had forwarded
his name to the Saudi Arabian
Embassy in Paris.
Tatu said that the Saudians re-
fused the visa after Rouleau de
scribed himself as Jewish.
The JTA learned that four
other Jewish journalists accom-
panying Jobert were granted v i-as
when they either claimed to be
Christian or said in their appli-
cations to be "non-practicing."
THE FOUR other knowr. Jews
are Edwin Forte, of the Agence ;
France Press; F.douard Sahlier.
of the French Broadcasting Cor-
poration; Mrs. Hubert Rodier, of
the GattllM paper. 'La Nation":
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Continued from Page IV
which they decided to form such
congregation. Rev. Troy Perry,
minister of the Community Church,
ojfered its facilities without charge
to the new congregation. Beth
Chavim (House of New Life).
Shortly thereafter, representa-
tives of the new congregation came
to Rabbi Herman's office for help
and "we responded by offering the
facilities of our office for the for-
mation of their synagogue, as we
have done in the past and will con-
tinue to do in the future to any
group of Jews who demonstrate
tp our satisfaction that they are
sincerely interested in the crea-
tion of a synagogue." Rabbi Her-
man said.
AT THE High Holy Days in
1972. the congregation numbered
32 men and women, with twice
and sometimes three times that
number attending Shabbat serv-
ices, usually conducted by mem-
bers but with rabbis occasionally
leading the services, he reported.
One of the members provided
funds for purchase of a Torah
scroll which was dedicated before
an assembly of more than 300 but
the donor was not present. Rabbi
Hermann declared.
After the church '"burned down
or was burned down." the Rabbi
Leo Baeck Temple offered use of,
one of its classrooms to the con-
gregation. As long as services were
held in the ghetto church, the
donor attended regularly but he
decided he could not attend serv-
ices at the Reform synagogue. "As
a practicing professional" in a
neighborhood near the synagogue,
the donor lived his life publicly
as a "straight."
But. if he had made public ac-
knowledgement of his homosexual-
ity by appearing at the Reform
synagogue, "he feared the social
stigma and economic repercussions
that often accompany such knowl-
edge." Rabbi Herman declared.
RABBI HERMAN reported that
the 6*0 members were continuing
to meet Friday evenings at Leo
Baeck and that, during midweek,
a core group studies Jewish lore.
Recently, "a modest number of
rabbis and cantors have volun-
teered" to conduct services for
Beth Chavim Chadashim.
A decision against limiting mem-
bership to homosexuals was the
subject of intense debate The con-
cregation's leaders felt that if a
large number of "straight" Jews
joined, a significant number of
homosexual Jews would refuse to
join for fear of exposure.
But it was decided that member-
ship had to be left open, though
the homosexuals will seek to main-
tain control of the congregation
because, at this point, "the homo
sexual community is best served
from within its ranks."
There are a few non homosex-
uals in the congregation, relatives
of members, Rabbi Herman re-
ported. Two are parents of a ho-
mosexual son, who was forced to
leave home when the parents learn-
he was a homosexual.
He invited his parents to come
to services They accepted and
I were "so moved by the reunion
1 and the Sabbath service that they
immediately reclaimed their son.
soon joined the temple and. sub
sequently. have provided substan-
tial amounts of legal and financial
assistance to the entire group.
THE DECISION that their rabbi,
if they can obtain one, must be a
homosexual is based on their con-
viction that no natter how sin-
cere the "straight" Jews who of-
fer help may be, the problems of
the "gay" community can only be
understood when it is served by
another homosexual Moreover.
Rabbi Herman reported, leaders
of Beth Chavim Chadashim con-
sistently question the motives of
"straight" Jews who offer help.
They contend, "defiantly or apol
ogetically," that the "straight"
world "has abused and cursed
thtm. that it has taunted and re-
jected them; and that the Jewish
community has not been different
from the rest."
Their unwillingness to join ex
isting Jewish congregations stems
not from bitterness toward the
Jewish community but from other
factors. Rabbi Herman said one of
these was the belief that "socially,
and for many, economically, they
would be committing suicide if
they exposed themselves as homo-
sexuals" but that not to do so
would be "to perpetuate the life
which accompanies their living in
a straight' world."
While they consider the syna-
gogue as the place where they
would like to feel "the warmth of
life, of love, of sharing with their
fellow Jews," they cannot join
"straight" synagogues because they
will be ostracized, "or, at the very
least, will become the target of
vulgar jokes."
RABBI HERMAN reported that
the founding copresident of Beth
Chayim Chadashim envisioned
other such congregations around
the United States and overseas and
that he had already been contacted
by homosexual Jews and Jewish
groups in Baltimore, Miami. San
Francisco, London and Mexico
City. He quoted the copresident as
saying that the congregation was
"bringing beauty, understanding,
creativity, productivity, a sense of
community responsibility and,
above all, Judaism, to people who
have been left out of the main-
stream of our culture" and that it
had given "a sense of pride, a
sense of belonging, to those of
God's children forced to live a
duality "
J
4
British Board of Deputies
Joins World Jewish Cong.
Continued from Page 1-A
am very happy that it should
have become unnecessary in this
way and that I should be the
final chairman," Halevy said.
The overwhelming 224-28 vote
in favor of affiliation reflected
the views of both the new Board
of Deputies that took office last
year under the presidency of Sir
Samuel Fisher, and the old board,
under the leadership of Michael
Fidler, which had recommended
joining the WJC.
BUT THERE remained a hard
core of opinion in opposition to
the move. Its spokesman, Solomon
Teff. a former board president
now in his 80s, voiced the oppo-
sition views in the discussion that
preceded the voting.
"After 214 years of existence,
the Board of Deputies has de-
veloped its own traditions and
methods of work which are time-
hallowed and should not be
changed." Teff said.
He contended that joining the
WJC would entail a loss of inde-
pendence of action by the board
because Dr. Goldmann dominates
the Congress and thereby domi-
nates all of its affiliates.
BIT SIR Samuel said. "Re-
cent events have convinced me
more than ever of the need for
complete Jewish unity on an in-
ternational scale." He said there
were "ample safeguards" in the
terms of affiliation "for our in-
dependence as the representative
body of British Jewry."
The same view was expressed
by David Tack, chairman of the
Association of Jewish ex-Service-
men and Women, who was the
first speaker to present the views
of supporters of affiliation.
"All British institutions have
undergone or are undergoing
change. There are ample safe-
guards for the independence of
the board. It would be absurd to
remain in isolation while the rest
of the diaspora cooperates across
frontiers in the interests of the
Jewish people as a whole." He
said the WJC does not reflect ex-
clusively the views of Dr. Gold-
mann.
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Two Stations on Our Journey
By RABBI SIMON APRIL
"They came to Moror. but they
could not drink the water, for \,l
was bitter, therefore, it was called
Moroh. And they came to Elim
and there were twelve wells of
water and seventeen palm trees,
and they encamped by the waters."
(Kxodus xv. 23-27).
Our people's first experience is
not without a lesson for us. The
two stationsMoroh and Elim
present a parallel to two crises in
the life of every
individual.
Again and
again life is
compared to a
journey. Israel
marches onward
from the Red
Sea. He goes
into the wilder
ness of Shur.
with high hopes
that every on-
ward step would
bring him into
fuller peace, but he discovers real-
ity different from anticipation.
Hardly three days had passed
when he finds himself almost dy-
ing of thirst: no water in sight,
and when he at last reaches a
streamlet, he could not drink
from it for the waters were bitter:
hence the name Moroh, which
meant bHter.
Fortunately. Elim was not far
six milesand refreshing wells of
MU April
I water with numberless palm trees.
Had they not come to Elim that
day. there would have been no
history, of Israel to be written. By
(he springs and palm trees of Elim
they refreshed their tired bodies
and revived their dropping cour-
age and reanimated their fainting
souls.
In Israel's pilgrimage we see the
reflection of the pilgrimage of
each and every mortal, of the sud-
den and startling changes in our
own life. We triumph one day and
are in despair the next day. We
bask in the sunshine one day and
are plunged in deep night the next
day We have our Red Sea days,
we have wedding days, birthdays,
recovery days, days when the world
to us is full of music and song.
Then too, Moroh, the place of
bitter water is also a station on
our journey. Sooner or later all
of us come to it. When sickness
comes, when business fails, when
husband or wife or child dies, then
we are at Moroh. We cannot drink
the waters of Moroh. our spirit is
broken within us. We are ready to
abandon everything in despair.
When Moroh is behind us, Elim
is in front. Morons are not the
only experiences in our pilgrim-
age. Life has many Elims too. Very
often it is only a short day's jour
ney from Moroh to Elim. from
misery to joy. from bitterness to
sweetness.
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The Jewish Worship Hour
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Feb. 3 Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m.
Host: Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, Temple Ner Tamid
FH. J Ch 4, 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
(Repeated on Ch. 2 at 6:30 p.m.)
Host. Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic. "American Jews Helping Israel"
Guests: Hanen Sher, Israel program director; vol-
unteers Russ Kogen and Melodye Feldman
Feb. 3 Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Beth Torah Congregation
Topic: "G-d, Nature and His World"
Guest: Rebetzin Esther Jungreis, director of Hineni
Movement
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Beshalach
'And it came to pass when Pharaoh had let the people
go ." (Chapters 13, 17-17)
CROSSING THE RED SEA: When the children of Israel left
Egypt. God did not lead them to Canaan by the shorter route
along the coast through the land of the Philistines. Instead they
journeyed south into the wilderness led by a pillar of cloud by
day and a pillar of fire by night. As soon as they had left Egypt,
Pharoah had a change of heart and led his army in pursuit. As
they approached the Red Sea and saw that they were blocked by
water in front of them and by Egyptian pursuers in back of them
the Israelites panicked and complained bitterly to Moses. He
assured them that God was their protector and would lead them
safely through all encounters. At the bidding of God. Moses
stretched out his hand over the sea and the waters were divided,
allowing them to cross in safety.
THROUGH THE DESERT: The march continued southwards
through the wilderness to Shur to a place called "Marah" because
41 its bitter waters. The people, parched with thirst, murmured
agamst Moses, who was shown a certain tree which, when cast
into the waters, made them sweet. Again Moses urged the Is-
raelites to believe in God so that they should be immune from
the diseases which had afflicted Egypt. Then they moved on to
the oasis of Elim.
MANNA AND THE QUAILS: Proceeding inland? they en-
tered the wilderness of Sinai, one month after their departure
from Egypt, and soon the lack of food made them wish that they
had died amid the luxuries of Egypt. God announced that he
would rain bread from heaven for them and would test the obedi-
ence of the people to His law. In the evening migratory birds,
known as quails, came to the camp and the people were provided
with flesh to eat. In the morning the ground was covered with
manna, which tasted like cake with honey. The Israelites were
commanded to gather no more than an omer, (a measure of just
under four pints) for each person every day, but on the sixth day
a double portion was to be gathered to provide food for the Sab-
bath day. when no work was permitted. An o placed in a pot of earthenware preserved before the ark in the
tabernacle, to show God's bounty.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
(ci 1V74 Jewish Telsaiaphlc Am 11. v
Why is it customary in some
places for the groom to expound
some treatise having to do with
Jewish law before the proces-
sion takes placo to the nuptial
canopy (the chupah)?
Some claim that this was done
' so as not to lose sight of the peren-
nial Jewish commitment to the
study of Torah. Even before the
' evening of celebration and merry-
making begins with the chupah,
the groom sets the tone for the
occasion with some word of Torah.
Others claim that this practice
1 is reminiscent of the Revelation of
' the Torah at Mount Sinai. Many
I of the customs of the wedding
ceremony reflect the manner in
which the union between the Al-
mighty and his people Israel took
place at Sinai.
Having the groom expound some
Torah thought before the wedding
I indicates that one is aware of the
two parallel unions on which the
future of the Jewish people de-
pends, i.e.. the union between the
Almighty and His people and the
union between husband and wife.
Why are the groom's remarks
interrupted after the beginning
of his dissertation and he there-
fore rarely finishes what he be-
gan to say?
Some contend that this is done
so as not to embarrass a groom
who might not be so learned. Head- !
ing him off soon after he begins
avoids criticism by his peers and I
superiors. Thus, all are alike when ]
they bit marriedthe more schol-
arly and the less scholarly
Others chum that since the dis-
sertation in the first place is
reminiscent of the Revelation at
Mount Sinai, the interruption is
made to represent the smashing of
the tablets at Sinai after they were
first given to Moses. This is a
symbolic lesson to the new couple
to have them understand that even
if there is a failure to understand
each other at times, they must al-
ways try again to reconstruct and
rebuild.
Why does Jewish tradition re-
quire marriage to be a formal
matter duly witnessed and made
known to others in this way?
Some claim that this is done so
that people will not arrange pro-
tein marriages which will mislead
others. Further, when one marries
someone, one closes the door upon
the rights of others to marry this
same person. Where one's action
is limiting the rights of others,
formal recognition is required by
formal action. Were there no such
formality, either of the partners
might have affairs with others
since their union is not a matter of
record.
'Energy Crisis'
To Be Discussed
*Burst of Color9
The Victory Unit of the Wom-
an's Corps of the Papanicolaou
Cancer Ressearch Institute has
slated a regular meeting Monday
at Washington Federal, 167 St. and
6th Ave.. at 10:30 a.m.
Warren Fox of the Florida
Power and Light Company, will
show slides and talk on the
"Energy Crisis.'' There will be a
question and answer period.
Wednesday, Feb. 13. the unit
will sponsor a card party.
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A H A V A T SHALOM CONQREOA-
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2SS3 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
a
BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
Or. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert M. Baumgard. Anociate Rabbi
Barry Altman. 3
BETH DAVID, *82S SW 3rd AS.
Conasrvative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Linson. *
Friday 7:50 p.m. Sermon: "A Com
pnrisnn Between Football ami Kell-
alon "
Friday 7:88 p.m. at Coral Way Quest,
speaker. i>r Robert Klraner, profeaeor
of iiiiiKuuites m the Onlveralty ot
Miami. Topic: 'Jewish Anti-Semitism
on the Ameriean Campus." At BOMtll
Dade. sermon topic will be "Bsodua
Saturday I am Sermon: "lesson of
the u.ek Bar llltavah: Michael,
son of Mr. and Mrs Philip Kink.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman. B
NER TAMID (Temple), 80th St an*
Tatom Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 23
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonlta Dr. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Phineas A. Webermin
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 543
Collina Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiai. ,81
CONGREGATION tTZ CHAIM. 1542.
44 Waahington Ave. S3
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th St. Causeway.
North Bay Village. Conssrvative.
Cantor Murray Yavneh. S2-A
Saturday : am liar Mitzvah: Oa-i
son of Mr. and Mrs Sidney Fish nun.
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARO
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St.. M<.
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor.
decai Chaimovlt*.
NOtTH MIAMI MAC*
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1MB
NE Miami Gardena Or. Conaervative.
Rabbi Milton Schlinaky. Cantor le-
Atpern. S3
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Mx Sha- Religiowt Community Center. 19253
piro. Cantor Leon Segal. Rev. Alex n e. 3rd Ave. Orthodox. S3-A
Stahl. Rev. Mendel Gutterman. S i -------*--------
Friday 1:11 i> m. This Babbath marks I BETH TORAH. 10S1 N. Miami Beach
Rabbi Shapiro;- 14th rear with lleih j Blvd. Conaervative. Rabbi Max Lip-
Kodeeh. his list year as spiritual I act.itz. Cantor Ja:ob B. Mendelaon. 34
leader in Creator Miami Sermon: I -------.-------
The Years Flow By." Ones Shahhat B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
hosted by Ir. and Mrs Nathan K
Spector in honor of Hal.hi and Mrs
Max Shapiro.
Conaervative. Rebhi Victor D
Zweninej. Cantor Jack Lerner. 34
SINAI (Temple), of NORTH DADS
18S01 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingaley. "-enter Irving
ETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th; Kridav 1:15 p.m Quasi speaker. Kyr I
St. Conaervative. Rabbi Charles, Klienkin. recent emure from the So.
BETH TIKVA. (Reform) 9025 Sun-
aet Dr. **
Rubel. Canter Seymnut Hinker 8
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot. 18
Kriday I p.m. Itahlii Harry Taliai linik -
off will speak on "Is Humanism the
Answer'.'"
vlet Union. Children whose birthday*
are In February will receive bleaati
Saturday 10:10 am Sermon: "Tori.
Portion of the Week Hllal Milzi
Darin Schonsell and Lola Templet
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NS
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th B'dniek officiating 33
St. Conaervative. Raboi Paul J. young isiiAcl OF uriEATER Ml.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
Friday 5:M and B:1S p.m. Services
and lines sio.hl.j; will honor Cantor
Parnass .u... i-hi.lr Saturday X:45
a ill Sermon "rortion of the Week."
or olom rTawipnj arss sw isth
St. Conservative. Rabbi David M.
Baren. Canter Benjamin Ben An 13
TIFE8ETH fBRASH.. SJ8O0 N. Miami
Ave. Ceateervato-e. Rabbi Mavrtea
Klein. 14
Friday s p.m. Guest speaker, i ireuit
Judre Alan Schwartz Topi. : "Day
and the Life of the Jumre '
ZION (Tempts). 8008 Millar Rd. Can-
servative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Krrel Helfman. 18
Friday 8:15 p.m. Herat W. Honor.
' educational director, will deliver the
[ sermon. Saturday a.m. Sermon:
"Sedrah of the Week."
rnmum
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). Ml .
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zo I ends I. fa
Mouimuum
BETH MOSHB CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 121st St. Conaervative. Rabbi
Joaeph Oorfinkel. Cantor Btn Zlen
Kirschsnbsur- n
rvTF*"4"Frt awC *TV I*
AOUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyla Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever 17
Saturday !* a.m. Sermon: "Sabbath
of Sona;." Cantor Shotom Kats of Heth
Sholom Conaretcation. Washington.
D.C.. will chant the liturgy.
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BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Merdeeai Shapiro. 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Waahington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryah* T. Swir.
eky. Cantor Maurice Mamchee. If
BETH RAttMAEL (Temple). 154', Jef-
fereon Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. SO
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chaae
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronleh.
Center David Convieer, H
Kriday 8:15 p.m Rabbi Harry Jolt
will speak on "The Tenth Man May-
He a She." Saturday 10:45 a.m.
*TH TFILAH. 888 Euclid Avs. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Jsaaph E. Racksv-
sfcy. e
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CATION 841jM.rie.an Ave. Zt\
CUBAN HBIRIW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Avs. Orthedox
OSS* Renr
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Zalman Kossowsky. ..1
C Off At 9AUIS
JUDEA (Temple). 8550 Granada Blvd>
Reform. Rabbi Michael B. En---
star Cantor Rita Shore. 40
Friday 8 p.m. Family Service.
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Ave.
Conaervative. Rabbi Maxwell A.
Beraer. Cantor Stanley Rich. 41
SVSfSfBf
MOGAN DAVID CONGREOATION.
34a Harding Ave. Orthodox. RabBl
Isaac D. Vine. Canter Letbelo
Levin. M
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GREQATION 715 Waahington Ave
Re*M fshrir Maehah M.l.naea. 28-A
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CMANU-Ct. tTempie). 1701 Waehine..
teei Ave Conservative Rabbi Irving'
Lehrman. Canter Zvi Adler. ?V
HeBRBW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
CONGREGATION AN-NKLL (Branch
8f HaBfOW Academy). 71h St. and
Meridian Ave. Orthodox. 35.A
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGU1. 1532 W.shinqton Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engei. 28
KNESBTH ISRAEL. 1415 BeMtd Av.
Orthodox. R.bbi David LshrfhMd
Cantor Abraham Self. "....."
MENORAH (Temple). 820 75tn -,
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram
8w'ta. Oaiitar Nice FeldVn.r,. "
Hrldav 8:15 p.m. Rellaioua Rock Musi,-
F~,lv5lwi,h ?O-v'c teen-age .",!'
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KMTT UUMMAU
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Philip A.
Labowitx. Cantor Maurice New. 4S
EMANU-EL. SMS W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrama. Canter Jerome Ktement. J
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MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 8101
NW 8th St.
SHOLOM (Temple). i3S SB 11th Ave.
Conserved-. Hbi Morris A. Skoo.
Cantor Yaacev Renzer. (
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HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTBR.
(Conaervative). 418 NB 8th Avs.
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz. Cantor
_ Jacob Danzlger. 12
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Proar---
Towardn What"" Saturday 8:45 a.m
Sermon: "lesson of the Week "
Rourwooo
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. Conservative. 8501
Univeraity Dr. Rabbi Max Weita. 44
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aTTH BL (Temple). 1331 S. 14*h Ave.
Rsfsrm. Rabbi Samuel JaHe. 48
Friday 8:15 p m. preceded by a :J1
P.m family dinner. Children with
Irthdaye from November throuah Jan-
uary will be blessed Sermon: 'Short
tuts to Success" Saturday 11 a.m
Itar Mltzvah: Jeffrey Henjemin. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan U Newman.
SJfi HA*.OM (Temple). 4801 Af.
thwr St. Conservative Rabbi Mor-
ton Matavehy. Canter Irvine; Bold 48
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SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative Ratrbl David Shapiro.
Canter Vahvde Hailbravn.
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PBW,Baml Ave.. HeHvwood Rabbi
iSSS!. Benarreeh. Banter
Harry Schnaerilna. 47. |
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VOUJ!f? 2**AmL of HOL,LYW0)OO.
(Orthodox, 3M1 StIHina Rd. BJ
Saturday J) a m
"SalSh U,""'>- W 884* St,
Coneervet,ve. Rabbi Avrom DraiiR,
Canter Abraham Koater. 48
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WASHINGTON (JTA) Key U.S. Senators.,aid here after
lg for two hours with StcretafS of State Henry'A, Kissinger at
Ihe White Houie_lhat the Unite-! States has made vm> secret agree-
jenfj" with Israel or Egypt in bringing them to agree on separating
leir military forces along the Sue/ Canal and in the Sinai peninsula.
Majority Leader Mike Mansfield (D.. Mont.) and Foreign Rela-
ftons Committee Chairman 3. William Fulbright (D.. Ark.) in exclu-
sive interviews with the Jewish Telegraphic Agency immediately
Jfter the meeting said that, in Mansfield's laconic statement. "There
tfjo secret agreements."
IFulbright. who like Man-field has steadfastly opoosed American
lo Israel, said that the United States served as "an intermed
hat It would do so "wherever we can be of constructive assist-
i
ivnitiTY I FADER H"'Th
(R.. Pa.) told n. wbv n '
I ^narint''Pc" w*re
fc,.: ,..," ... (ho Whiff. Ho'i t and "l don't believe they
i |,..-rrih-H h "eight r
'o-rnonts diselo-eo nub-
by US. source- as "varlo -
^^B> "- ff'vn to earh par'v
Ki#' in 'he (">nre of h's i"-
teifr 'ion with F ot nd [reel
to :' ". th> mil-'w .!;-".. !.
PM i "Each one h-> n fe*lta n-
f]ret" t Co.." obr I
v nter'n Mtfln* to ;l~'
]:>'. rs about hi;
n th "rese^ce of Pre-id-'
and Vice President Gi
Strom Th"rm md R..
kin minority memb -r
nal Ann >, repMed under r*u ;
", fr.ro JTA th->t '
| i>(> "no fear nf T* '
ntion." He said Kissinger
Is' acted as a mediator" and
United States It "nol
L.in.iitions on any coun-
"agreements" becatn*
Urn to American newsmen
le they wcm on their way
k Washington i'i Kiss n
> They reported (hal a I -
ial in the Kissinger groui
|By iere were eight or nin c -
'uaderattMMgrt' that K:,:-,
, had '-oarhed with both U-
|i a-.d Egyptian officials.
jriier the Kissinger group hat
|td that the onlv "agre"
Its" reached were those di-
| : -i'ling to di-er,
I and thinning out of forces
thi b '- e-t-thl hed ea*t of
to the west of the Sinai
tlSSlNGER HIMSELF,
al'ii'^n to the "unij'"rtandlngs"
or "a t i "' -" told the news-
men acomoanving him o:1 his
>>S that the United State* is
"tTUfted by both -ides to rerre-
Renl their point of view accurate-
ly.'' A snofeesman for the Ki>-
group denied that "any
tricky bueiness" was Involvi
"understandings" som
which reoortedlv were in writing
He i id Intervention by Kissing .
was essential to bring about an
accord on disengasemenl M it
of the tfdcrtandings. he ?o -.L'ht by Israel Including
itinuing pledge of U.S. sup-

Tb substance of th<>e under-
were not disc!
i er by the Kissinger group to
-men or by the Senate and
: :- I 'aders after their meeting
w i Kissinger. Aide* t > K
ger. however, stressed that they
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did rut include any departures
from previous U.S. policy or in-
volve., any fannal .V.Svfiomrnit-,.
mlM to iitnerEW'tt' ftAel. I
This much was corroborated by j
the senators who were willing to j
discuss them. The Jerusalem
Post, however, said that the
United States would exercise its j
veto should the Security Council j
ever vote, against Israel's wishes,,
to remove the UN Emergency,
Force (UNEF) from the buffer'
zone between t'.ie Egyptian and
Israeli lines under the disengage-
ment agreement.
KISSINGER AUO was report-
eel i i have received a pledge from
Eg; pt that it would restore th
Suez Canal and the canalside
towns and that it would no lor
I i a blockade threat in the I
straits of Bab el Handeb.
Bui neither Scott nor any of
the otii -r sinators mentioned the
report" I vel i pledge to fsrael n
Ise to rebuil '
a civilian economy along the Suei
I>. th the veto and the civilla
are factors known to
i -ntly desired by Israeli of-
curity mea Scotl
llv mentioned the h
el Ma i "' 'Tc
said thai it would "no Ions-'- he
are signed This left the im
sion h:.H-k-i : >:.'
at-d th.it the d >ngagement b.v
Itself will not resu I in il b
lifted.
Orthodox Rabbis Eve
w
Conversion Control
Continued from Page l-.\
mands of the National Reii
Party in Israel for joining a
Labor-led cotlition government.
BIT KABBI Bernstein insisted
that he was speaking on'v for the
non-political RCA not the Mil-
rachl of which he is vice presi-
dent and that his remarks wer
not inspired by the NRP.
The Reform and Conservative
mnts in America have
:! Israeli leaders nol to sur-
render to Orthodox demands on
the c ii vers on Issue on gr
that it would alienate the mil-
! in the I S, a I
c miitrles who are n >'.
Orthodox.
BIT It \BBI Bernstein, all -
Ing that a majority of world
Jewrj was Orthodox, pressed his
claims on grounds that Orthodox
.iiv. ; :n th" is we're most .faith-
ful I i Israel, had the highest Eli-
jah rate and weWmost active in
raisin j and political lobby-
in: for Israi!
Rabbi Bernard Casper, the chief
. s uth Africa, clai
thai Orthodoxy's alleged m i
gave II rights. But he conceded
thai thes di' i'.o', include the
to force its views on others.
. thai in South Africa by
no mi ans all lews were oba
\ tbeless, he said a vast
majority recognized the authority
of th- rabbinate and the rabbini-
I'ninals in matter- of con
\ i- n an.! marriage.
CHIEF RABBI Isaac Cohen of
nd -a.d there were Re;
and other Jews in his country
but that all recognized the
for uniformit) in the crucial ques
i ns of conversion and personal
-- tus.
H( s-iid that intermar'iare was
not a tajor pr rbl< m in In
because of it- predominantlyi
C^tholi pnpjiation He clai
11 European rabbis
responsible Im
religious
to a)
ten cne in Israeli affairs
i rsj
R AdBI i IHE! '
pi bl m '- thai Orth >d ixy de-
manded from a convert a sincere
comrrritmi il ta observe Halachs
whil and Conser
rabh s v re prepared to dispense
that
v press c inference,
Rabh David B Hollander,
denl oJ the Rabbinical Alliance of
America, claimed thai if Israel
pted i Ortho I
,iv. it would sp -l! the
di i. of Amei
vvhr: od enough tor U
i- % od enough for them," he
said
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Israel Bonds Launches Billion Dollar Loanl 1^^.^"*
The Israel Bond Organization
this week launched the State of
Israel Reconstruction and Develop-
ment Loan. The $1 billion financial
offering is the largest amount of
bonds ever floated since the first
(Independence) issue was initiated
in the United States in May. 1961.
by the late Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion.
During this historic SI billion
campaign, the Greater Miami com-
munity will be responsible for
a quota, not a goal, of $30 million
which the Israeli government has
indicated must be met.
ISRAEL Finance Minister Pin-
chas Sapir presented the bill be-
fore the Knesse last Nov. 14 to es-
tablish the $1 billion loan.
In addressing the Knesset, Sapir
noted that "It should be remem-
eJewislh FloridHan
Miami, Florida Friday, February 1, 1974
Section B
bered that the costs of the Yom
Kippur War do not include only
direct security expenditures but
also the loss of productivity in the
economy.
"We cannot finance the social
and economic investments from
our own means. The economy
which succeeded admirably is
standing up to the war despite
problems is a result of the in-
vestments made in the economy
It appears to me that no one has
any doubt that our economy stood
the test."
Ze'ev Sher. Israel's Economic
Minister to the United States and
Israel, has stressed to the Israel
Bond Organization that, in order
for Israel to offset the economic j chairman of the Israel Bond Organ-
dislocation caused by the war and ization. declared: "The year 1973
to maintain Israel's economic de- produced a record-breaking total
velopment program to create jobs of $502 million compared to $271
for new immigrants, Israel will | million in 1972.
suiting from large-scale mobiliza-
tion during and since the Octobei
war is reflected in a reduction of
the 1973 Gross National Product
from a piojected $9 billion to ap-
proximately $8 billion, which
means that there has been almost
no increase over 1972.
In a statement on the new is-
sue. Samuel Rothberg, general
"This decisive expression of
solidarity and brotherhood must
continue on a scale necessary to
meet Israel's heightened needs and
responsibilities. Israel must re-
build her war-torn economy. Israel
must have economic strength in
require the full amount of the
new $1 billion Israel Bond issue.
The Reconstruction and Develop-
ment Loan will be utilized to ex-
pand the country's infrastructure,
enlarge transportation, especially
roads and railways: construct a
nuclear power station to offset j the difficult year of the Geneva
petroleum shortages; increase its ; peace negotiations."
petrochemical, metal, and elec- Sincc tne first Bond jssue was
tronics industries: explore for new jnaugura.ted in the United Statee
oil resources: and improve com- jn l951 tne sale of jsraei Bonds
munication systems. I (,as produced a total of $2.8 billion
AOCORMNG TO Sher. sharply for every major phase of the coun-
curtailed industrial production re- try's development. ____
Meeting in New York last month to discuss campaign strat-
egy for the SI Billion Reconstruction and Development Israel
Bond issue are (from left) Samuel Rothberg of Peoria, Ill-
general chairman of the Israel Bond Organization; Rabbi
Leon Kronish, of Miami Beach, national campaign co-chair-
man; and Ze'ev Sher, Israel's Economic Minister to the
United States and Canada
Miami Leaders
Meet in Israel
To Launch Issue
"Though Israel has just been
through the destructive Yom Kip-
pur War, she is now busy making
changes in her economic structure,"
Abraham A. Grunhut, vice-presi-
dent of Washington Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association, report-
ed at a meeting of the Jewish Na-
tional. Fund, held at the JNF of-
fices, 420 Lincoln Rd.
The Grunhuts have just returned
from a mission to Israel, where
they visited military outposts on
the Golan Heights and other parts
of Israel. Grunhut especially stud-
ied the solar system, which was
used extensively throughout Is-
; rael to provide energy for both
private and industrial use. "This
! could be adapted for use in the
1 United States," he said.
A report of his findings has
. been forwarded to Sen. Jack Gor-
! don, president of Washington
Federal.
Israeli Consul General To
Visit Miami Area Next Week
Shlomo Levy. Consul General of
Israel for the Southeastern United
States, will visit the Greater Miami
area next week for high-level con-
! sultations with local Israel Bonds
. leadership.
Levy's trip to South Florida is
in connection with the launching
| of the historic $1 Billion Recon-
! struction and Development Loan
issue of Israel Bonds. Levy became
i head of the Israeli Consulate in
Atlanta last August.
Rurdines
^florido
Prominent Jewish leaders from
the Greater Miami area joined
over 500 Israel Bond delegates
from the United States. Canada.
Western Europe, and other parts
of the free world in Israel this
week to study Israel's critical
economic needs in the wake of the
Yom Kippur War.
Inaugurating an unprecedented
worldwide effort to help the peo
p.e of Israel restore their war-
torn economy, the principal aim
of the Inteinational Israel Bond
Conference is the launching of an
historic $1 Billion Reconstruction
and Development Issue.
THE MIAMI delegation, .which
returns Sunday, includes Dr. Leon
Kronish, national campaign co-
chairman for Israel Bonds; Judy
(Mrs. David) Drucker; Herman
Oberman, accompanied by his
daughter, Mrs. Sondra Light; Dr.
and Mrs. Milton S. Lubarr, Dr.
Lubarr is Israel Bonds chairman
of Hi-Rises for Miami Beach; Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, former
Women's Division chairman of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Organ-
ization, who is being accompanied
by her sister. Mrs. Gertrude Ber
gi>d: Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Salz;
"and Sol Schreiber, president of
Temple Judea in Coral Gables who
1 is an active participant in the Is
rael Bonds South Dade division.
Rabbi Kronish, who is serving
: as the spokesman for the Miami
; delegation, noted that "the Yom
Kippur War involved a cost of
more than $7 billion in defense
expenditures as well as in the
disruption of normal economic
activity. Defense expenditures
have more than doubled since the
fighting began, placing an extra-
ordinarily heavy burden of taxa
tion on the people of Israel, in
addition to voluntary and com-
i pulsory loans."'
While in Israel for the Interna-
! tional Israel Bond Conference, the
< delegates have met with Finance
j Minister Pinchas Sapir, Chief of
Staff Lt. Gen. David Elazar, Minis-
ter of Defense Moshe Dayan, and
; many other top ranking Israeli
government officials. The confer
ence will culminate with dinner
with Prime Minister Golda Meir
Saturday evening.
Senior Symphony Operatic Program
The Cultural Committee of the
City of North Miami Beach will
present the Senior Symphony of
Miami in a symphonic-operatic
program at the North Miami Beach
City Hall Auditorium at 8 p.m.
Monday.
The program will open with the
Overture to Mozart's Comic Opera
"Cosi Van Tutte."
Miss Luz Morales will sing opera
favorites including the Villa song
from "The Merry Widow."
Laurence Siegel, music director
of the orchestra, will conduct the
program.
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Friday, February 1, 1974
Lehman Eyes Israeli Forces
Of Withdrawal from Suez
By REP. WILLIAM LEHMAN
"What are I ilities ol
(i i asked LI Col
Chaim Adinl W were in
ward bun! r BOO ir '
Egyptian forces
easilj they mo'
ried ab ml Is
:" li snip
"Di- and
to me ms one thin
tins back tn our familir an I our
job."
hi: WENT on. "Terms like dis-
.- -ment and secured and de-
fensibl b >u 1 iriea are diplo-
mats vrords, but we here are
the regular military
1 I f" m hi m h our career*
ard parent and v ives and
I'm a lawyer. I need
to ick i 1 my practic x'
1.--I-: now tl boys have 48-h >ur
] -ave lays in the
line
The..... qui The men
-,-'' I ts and
- ; c .''. re nol Ikative.
1 he 'nemy, the more
ied the mood.
v ad Irlven the last 20 kilo-
rs to tee banks of Bitter
through the Chinese Farm
batt'efield In this a 'Ction I 1
break! h and cr 1
. .... 1....,
MUCH OF the -vidence of the
>en remi ved, hut
hundreds of blackened \ 'h
tanks and pi rsonnel carrier.- r
atteri I aimlessl> acros
the desert Even the sand itself
irned dark and sooty.
li was in this place, calle
because cap'
enemy equipment contained Chi-
markings, 11 :.t 330 (si
.li se wring the I Krth ild on
the we t bank thai cut off th
\ nj I 1
thi- landscape of destruction, it
EDITOR'S NOTE: Conj W m Lehman was in Israel
nl of Israeli ami Egyptian
Suez Can ng his visit, he also ob-
RT-Israd 1 in op ration, and 'ho Hadassah
Hebrew University Medical at .Jerusalem. Here, he
sets ii. m his observations or I mate of Israeli mili-
tarj l Congressman William Lehman,
a member cf the House Educa-
tion Committee h shown with
Dr. Kaiman J. Mann, d:rer!or
general cf :'.ie Hadas3ch Medi-
co.! Organization during Leh-
man's trip tc Isrce! in mid-
lanuary.
hard to believe casualties
I ive 6 'en kert eve" I
The sheer number of 1
ted by th > Russians to the
Aral forces and the 5.0CO rounds
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of n issian artilleries fired in this
ment indicates the
- ha e a ca to 1 upend
huge quantities of war mat
COL, A1HNI spoke of his
pponsibility. This reserve unit
1 it keep the 21 mile wide cor-
open to maintain ront
M >w of suppl I the Isr; Li
army on the west hank.
Re '.' confident. "The lake:
' 11; fr m SAM 6"s on our
left flank. Be- end th" like, thfl
at) 3rd Army is [n b id
i less I
than 200 tanks. The Egyptian 2n I
is i-i much better shape.
1 problem'"
the ]
i- wh 1 hs panied
;-hour drive from
1 1 Aviv 1 the a \ hs l explain-
Israel forces had encount-
iblems that led
tbacks and losses I the be-
Yom Kippur strufl
ISRAEL LOST 140 tanks the
first mostly to infantry borne
- if missiles. Expecting one saga
ich 30 Egyptian foot soldiers.
th" Israi li Mnks encountered one
for each pair of Eg;
1 Carrying these
weapons :.:i valises and suit
made up to 40
li tanks.
1 1 th
...... Phe
ive so fat e si
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in ml.' I pray."
Th 1
m foul nl is
:
no'
in to the SAM fi.
i- event of outbre ik if
- between the l*i
I Russia, your ountry."
the major explained, "now has
adequately warned and will
encounter at least two less
prises."
ADlM-s NEXT in command, a
r who in civilian life was
the agro-economist on a kibbutz
near Tiberias, told us about the 1
Egyptians. He pointed across the
Noman -ection to three American
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M60 tanks s;lhouetted against the
sky about 200 yards inside the
Egwaejan 1 <
"l^w'i-i- with
the Egyptian alfway be-
twi n our lines l ing? the
n c >i erj of ti-, b >dii > of the Is-
raelis ki'l-.'d III these .arm- tank<
He promised me to see what he
could do. So far no hick, but I
think he tried. He was an elec-
tronic ensii.....r from Cairo. He
- ol a bad piy, bul he may have
problems with h's ot n tr ps."
- m First n wai
have been soldiers of reason and
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THERE IS a surprising number
of American- and Canadian born
serving in the Israel: mil tary.
Harry Dv : rimy, beard d.
, ,-,.-,; ;.. in 1 jrai II
tanker whom W* 1 "'ed a
few kilometers east
Brookl ite of
Erasm
is far tt "
of hi Is in th
I 5 -v Hd pom
rael*" I ask'>d hhn. "A n
yean 1 jo," he replied.
Predictions are d
Its I 9inai, and I
Itaeli men and >fflcer. ->
Col. Porman of the Am
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Friday, February 1, 1974
Israel Travel Seminars Planned Here
A first-hand report on -Israel International Academy of Tour- p.m and tne King Cole.Apart-
Today" w,U be presented by the *. ^"ttffi&MlJlS
InTil ^T^AirTSSthrouiS RABBI NATHAN 8Pke 8t and is a recognised authority on
? S fi^S S Ip next Hallmark Condon.inium. Sunday. ,,rael and tourlsm. He served with
out South Florida during the next ^ g p m :>jv.erry Frontenac the Rl)Val Air Force as Jewish
two weeks. I Hoje, Mjami b^^cT, lftnday. Jan. chaplain and was private secretary
Part of a promotion to encour- 28. 8 p.m.; Eden Isles, North Mi- to ltzhak Ben-Zvi. second presi-
age tourism to Israel, the programs ami Beach. Wednesday. Jan. 30. 8 dcnt of Israel.
will feature Rabbi Shmuel Nathan, p.m. He will speak at Byron House, Rabbj Natnan is thc only Israeli
the Israeli representative to the Miami Beach. Monday. Feb. 4. 7:30 mc,mbpr 0f the International
Jack H. Levin, (center) Trustee of the B'nai B'rith Foundation
cf the U.S., is shown receiving the President's Club diamond
rd, presented in honor of his 75th birthday. At left is
Edward Tumaroff, Regional Director of the B'nai B'rith Foun-
dation; Myron Cohen, president of Gold Coast Lodge in
Miami Beach, is at right.
Gold Coast Lodge Pledges Record
Sums To B'nai B'rith Agencies
Academy of Tourism.
Admission to the travel seminars
is free. There will be no solicita-
tion of funds.
Rabbi Nathan, currently touring
the United SI leg under the snon
gorship of the Israel Government
Tourist Office, i.- also advisor to
the Israel Minister of Tourism in
.i, ualem.
HE FIRST became associated
with israel tourism in 1!>43 when
he was appointed director of the
Jerusal m branch of the Touri t
ne din rtoi
of the Tout Servii -
menl and se ved in thi I
ui i I bis pr
tion in II 90
Culture Club
To Feature
Entertainment
An One:: Shabbos of the David
Pinski Club will be held Friday.
6 p.m., at the Ida Fisher School.
Miami Beach.
Rabbi Nathan was born in Ger.
many in 1914 and took his theo-
logical degree at the Jewish Theo.
logical Seminary' in Breslau. Ha
i settled in Israel in 1939, where he
; continued his studies at the He-
I brew University.
In 1941. he volunteered for sen-.
ice with the British RAF, and
served as a Jewish Chaplain with
the RAF until '947.
It was after his discharge from
the RAF that he became private
secretary and liaison officer to
J President Ben-Zvi.
Rabbi Nathan served with the
I Israel defense forces during the
j iege of Jerusalem in 194748
1
RABBI SMHWI NATHAN
Gershwin Pythians Meet
The Surfid Community i
will be lite oi the M n '
a.m. to 5 p.m.. M
' 8 p.m. '"' '
and 9 a.m to 12:30 .
Shraga Weil Exhibit Opens
Feb. 3 at Lowe-Levinson
An exhibition ol wati
- and serigraphs oi
..mi us Israeli artist, Shraga '' i
ened in t! e Lowi I
j of Temple Beth S
. i' b. 8, aftei .
Ibition will be on
'.'.. h 2. 'i he Galli
nd Su

The literarj and musical pro-
mam will feature a talk by L.
In concludes his two year term Foundations on campuses all over La,;l..:n. author and lecturer, on
as chairman of the board of direc- 'he United States, support of the .Mcnacr,,.rn Mendel Kissinger,"
tor? of Gold Coast Lodge of B'nai Teen Age groups. AZA and B nai Hj,da Zllckcr foik-singer. accom
B'rith of Miami Beach. Jack H. B'rith Girls, numbering some pampd bv mandolinisti Paul Ya-
Ltvin announced that nearly 40.000 members, and the career novskv wil, Pn,e:tain with a selec-
f-ir.r. nnn ...... nin^,,,i In h. R'nai anil cminsel'iinS Services l0< ated ..____r \-;.u;.u ___i ii...., c^
and Jacob Gorelick will read from
famous Yiddish poets.
Refreshments will be served.
$300,000 was pledged to the B'nai and counseling services lo< ated tion of Yiddish and Hebrew Songs.
E'rith Foundation and other in 20 communities all over the A ToK r;,i;t, ,;u ~a->A f~.~
agencies of B'nai B'rith during the United SUtes.
last 13 months of his administra- Funds raised for the ADL are
tion This represents the largest used to support their ongoing pro-
ium raised by any lodge in the grams combatting the sources of
co,,ntry anti-Semitism and work for civil
' Levin explained that rights. Mr. Levin said
$200,000 had been committed to When Jack Levin celebrated Ms
the Anti-Defamation League of 75th br.thday recently, he was
B'nai B'rith and other substantial feted by Anti-Defamation League,
tifts had been made bv members B'nai B'rith. B'nai B'rith Founda-
o the lodge and the lodge itself, tion of the United States, Interna-
bPhalf Of the B'nai Brith Youth tional Vanety Club. "Lev.n Family
in DBMu Tree." the motion picture mdus-
fcerwees Seacoast Towers Men's Club.
The forego.ng figure does not include the outstanding accom- Mate o
plishments bv the members of th^ Coast Lodg ^^ ^
Gold Coast Lodge for the Miami ^ subslantial commit.
Jewish Federation Je Ibra'J nients to both ADL and B'nai
Emergency Appeal and State of FoundaIion, thus eXpress-
Israel Bonds, he addL hjs ^ fof ^ Jewjsh peop]e
Funds raised for the B nai B nth ^___
Foundation are used to support the
work of B'nai B'rith Youth Serv-
ices which include some 300 Hillel
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Gary Gerson Leonard Luria L. Jules Arkin Robert Siegel
4 Miami Jewish Leaders Named To
Israel Bonds National Cabinet
Four .Miami Jewish community
leaders were named last month to
the National Campaign Cabinet of
the Israel Bond Organization, the
principal source of funds for the
economic development of the State
of Israel.
Leonard Luria. L. Jules Arkin,
Robert L. Siegel, and Gary R. Ger-
son were inducted as members of
the 1974 Cabinet at a meeting with
Ze'ev Sher, Israel's Economic Min-
ister to the United States and Can
ada. and Sam Rothberg, general
chairman of the State of Israel
Bonds, in New York.
Luria, proprietor of L. Luria &
Sons, is chairman of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Advisory Com
mittee and maintains an active
role in the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
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Arkin. a Miami Beach attorney,
is cochairman of the Advisory
Committee and a vice president of
the Jewish Federation.
Siegel, a Miami Beach developer
who is president of Temple
Menorah, serves as cochairman ol
the Advisory Committee and chair-
man of Synagogues for the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization.
Gerson, head of a Miami Beach
accounting firm, is Miami Beach
cochairman for Israel Bonds.
Luria and Arkin were in Israel
immediately following the cease
fire which halted the Yom Kippur
War as part of the first emergency
delegation to survey the economic
dislocation in Israel.
Following the induction meet
ir.g. Luria declared. "The Israe'
Bond Organization is confronted
with the unprecedented respon-
sibility for raising a $1 billion
loan to rehabilitate Israel's war
dislocated economy and to main-
tain its economic development in
he struggle to achieve a just and
lasting peace. It will be the largest
issue of Bonds ever floated by the
State of Israel."
Fisher Roster Installed
Miami Beach Councilman Mur-
ray Meyerson will install officers
of the Ida M. Fisher Community
Council Saturday noon at PiccioloV
Restaurant. Slate includes Marion
E. Capper as chairman and San.
Weiss as vice chairman.
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Lillian (Mr?. Ifynian) Chabner
fills' Neif' nftfiwr cHaTrniafl of Hie
Hebrew Academy Women's annual
"Day at the
Race s." which
will be held Feb.
I 28 at Gulfstream
Park. Mrs, Leon-
ard Adler an-
nounced.
The special
event will high-
light the run-
ning of the He-
brew Academy
Women purse .it
the South Brow-
ard Countyrace
course. A special trophy will be
presented to the owner of the win-
ning horse by Mrs. Chabner, an ac-
tive leader for the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy and numerous
ither Jewish and Israeli organiza-
tions.
Reservations for the outing may-
be made at the Hebrew Academy
Women's office, 2400 Pine Tree
Dr. The organization supports the
scholarship program for the Great-
er Miami Hebrew Academy, which
with more than 1.000 students isI
the largest Hebrew day school in
the South.
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The Cotillion Room of the Eden
Roc Hotel will be the scene of the
Hillel Community Day School's
third annual luncheon fashion
Thursday, Feb. 7. The festivities
a ill get under way at 11:30 a.m.
Tickets are available through the
chool. Approximately 50 women
will attend as sponsors.
This year's theme will be a
"Burst of Color" to be presented
by Melba Boutique of Hollywood.
Roberta Scnfeld is the chairper-
,on of the gala, with committee
members Raquel Scheck, Barbara
Feldman. Julie Cohen, Robin Roth-
enberg, and Hcdea Cantor.
Terry Drucker will coordinate
'he fashion show featuring Ann
Singer, Shelly Lipson, Barbara
Abiamson, Pearl Cohen, Hedea
Cantor, Alvina Duffner, and An- j
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The boa.el of directors
Coral Gabiei Plrgl V
Bank I..- elected J- luckef.
Yawn Jr..
and also added I. Btepl n Had-
Ma, executive to pres
United First Florida Banks, i
its board of direct

Morris N. Broad, president of
American Savings and Lo.'
sociation of Florida, has an-
nounced the appointment of
Samuel P. Powers as vice presi-
denl and Mortgage Department
coordinator. He "ill he r<
sible foi the administrative
tions within the Mortgage De-
partment.
The I'rban League of Greater
BUaaJ will present "Five On The
Black Hand Side" in its Sout
hern premier showing Thursday
night, February 28. at the down-
town Miami Theatre. Doors open
at 7:30 p.m. All proceeds from
this benefit showing will go to
the Urban League Fund.
ft ft tt
The Barry College Physical
Education Department will pre-
sent a modern dance lecture-
demonstration Tuesday at 4 p.m.
in th.- auditorium. 11300 NE 2nd
Ave., Miami Shores. Orchesis.
Barry's performing dance group,
and members of the Intermedi-
ate Dance class will present
\arious dances and studies, show-
ing how they are choreographed.
The lecture demonstration is
open to the public.
Hona Aberman has opened her
own resident buying office
known as Rona Aberman and
Associates, Inc. Rona special
in lovely apparel for milady.
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Now Available
April 1 i> til tion dead-
line for adn ission to The Amer-
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program in Israel at Tel .V..-.
University, Fall, ! The 11-month r.ro vam. under
the direction of AU piofessor Dr.
Harvey Lieber, \>. open to under-
g^aduates attending collegt
Baltimore \( ashington area.
Students v. ill receive 40 college
credits for the program. A pre
sor from The American Universit)
will serve as resident director and
will counsel the students through-
out the:>- studies in Israel.
In addition to studies at Tel
Aviv University, the program of-
fers sightseeing opportunities and
visits to kibbutzim and Arab vil-
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For further information, contact
Leonard Davis. Isiael Year Abroad
Program, McCabe Hall 214, The
American University, Washington.
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Professional Development
Seminar for Staff of 4Y'
in values u I I b re
iirtshlp and marrl i|
birth it a >fa id human
I be the th me of the
'ii in "Thi
American Jev is !' lilj in Tran-
" series of I le Professional
Development Seminar" f< i
stafi members of the '? VI
VWHA of Greater Miami, con-
ducted in cooperation with th(
Institute for Jewish Educators of
the Central Agency for Jewish
Education.
The seminar .Monday morning at
the YMHA will be conducted by
Rabbi David Lehrfield, spiritual
It ader of Kneseth Israel congrc-1
gation, who will base his presenta-
tion of traditional Jewish sources'
i elated to the above topics.
The seminar IS part of the year-
:n. now in ik> second
year dealing with various aspects
ci the American Jewish commu-
nity, : of fundamental Jew-
ish conci ;it< and values, At each
. the more theo-
retical presentations of concept!
, I values, in pll ations are then
drawn for programming for the
entire gamut of services provided
t: ViHA.
who received
0 dil im the Hebrew
Shulamis Yelin
To Give Lectures
At Beth Sholom
Two lectures by Canadian poet
educator and author. Sir,,
JNF Governors Ball
Reservations Closed
u luusiivu in'iu lilt- m-uti-w '.'UllrtiUi aim auiui'i. ^iiiiiuiin;
has Hi,; ., i b<; sjjsifn at Temple
j in the Institute foi Beth Sholom of Greater Miami, a
lewil the CAJE ant.
is pmentlj conducting twe
courses in Judaic Prayer under the
aegis ol the Department of Philos-
ophj and Religion of Florida Inter-
national University.
program will deal with
values and programming project.-'
lor the Jewish holidays falling in
the spring season, including Pass-
over, Israel Independence Day.
Lag Bonier. Shavuot and Jeru-
alem Day. These sessions will be
conducted by the staff of the
CAJE.
The final session in May will
deal with the aging and Jewish
attitudes towards death, and will
be conducted by Rabbi Solomon
[ Schiff. executive secretary of the
liabbinical Association of Greater
Miami.
The in-service program, which
has drawn considerable attention
from community agencies through-
out the United Slates, is under the
joint direction of Marvin Lieber-
man. assistant director of the
YMHA and Abraham J. Gittelson.
associate director of CAJE.
part of its adult studies program.
The first, entitled "Chai
Patterns in Jewish Life As Seei
Fhrougb the Short Story" wiil be
ii I'm-day at 9 p.m.
Hi;' second lecture, at 10:3(
a.m. Sunday. Feb. 10. will be de
voted to "The Jew in Fiction."
Mrs. Yelin received an M.A. de-
gree from the University of Mon-
treal. Her syllabus. "The Jew in
Canada: 1760-1960." is used by
teachers throughout Canada. She
has taught English at the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem and hac
written for the Canadian Broad-
casting Company National School
I of the Air.
Shulamis Yelin has delivered
papers at both the Canadian and
American Historical Societies. Sh<
| is on the staff at the Saidye Bronf-
man Institute for Continuing Ed
UCation. She is a lecturer in Com-
parative Literature and in Jewish
Themes.
Gruiiliut Accepts Chairmanship Of
Kinanii-KI's Torah Luncheon (Huh
Pianist, Singer
And Accordionist
In Musical
\ ii pi im in honor of
Jewish Music Month will be pre
ated Bt the Surfside Community
Abraham A. Grunhut, vice presi- Tuesdays at 12:15 p.m. at the Shel- Center Thursday, Feb. 7. at 8 p.m.
d< t ol Washington Federal Sav- borne Hotel in Miami Beach.
ings
and Loan Association and ... ,
Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi or the
congregation, leads the class which
is entering its 14th year. The
ntensive course on the Torah,
which Is the body of Jewish liters
Hire and oral traditions as a whole,
includes study of the laws, teach
in-.'s and divine knowledge of
I Judaism
Dr. Lehrman utilizes texts and
commentaries, projecting the great-
est ancient commentators on i
Judaism into meaning for today,
emphasizing the eternal truths o('
the Torah. the five Books of Moses,
which are central to the Jewish
""j % r< ligion.
Grunhut. an official of Bank
Leumi le-Israel in Tel Aviv for 22
years, VSS an intelligence officer
in the British Army during World
War II and in the Israeli Army dur-
ing the 194849 War of Liberation.
He is past president of the Miami
Beach Zionist District and serves
as a 1 ice president of the Jewish
National Fund Council of Greater I
Miami and as treasurer of the Is-I
rael Histadrut Council of South
Florida He holds a diploma in,
journalism from the British Insti-
tute of Journalism in London and
participated in the 1973 Economic
Conference in Israel.
ABRAHAM GRUNHUT
manager of its Washington Avenue
office since 1960. has been named
chairman of the Torah Luncheon
Club of Temple Emanu-El of Mi-
ami Beach.
G run hut's acceptance was an- \
nounced by Samuel N. Friedland.
chairman of the board, and bj
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro, presi-
dj TV mple Emanu-El.
The Torah Luncheon Club meets
The Brandeis Zionist District of
; eater Miami will sponsor the
tiro gram which will feature Estelle
Hoberman, concert pianist, Bettj
Randal, coloratura soprano, who
v ill sing English, Hebrew and
Jewish folk songs, and David La-
bell. 15-year-old accordionist, win
ner of the 1972 championship.
Louis Hoberman, Brandeis Zion-
ist District, will introduce guest
speaker, Jay Dernier, former Ma>
or of Miami Beach, who will speak
,m the Zionist influence in Israel.
Betty Randal started her career
in New York City where she re
>iud a scholarship to the Man
hattan School of Music. She sang
lor manj years with the Los An-
geles Opera Co. and with the In
lernational Opera Co. of Los An
jeles, Shi' also appeared there or
many radio and television pro
grams.
There will be no charge for th(
concert and the public is invited.
Jaj Deri t, Jewish
Mi
i,..:,_ ;, ail man,
iN F 1
I at i ition G ivern-
i B
The be hi td Sunday at
the Fontaincbleau Hotel, is a
iiibutc to "a great humanitarian,
lover of mankind and champion ol
the people, the Hon. Reubip O'D
Askew, Governor of Florida, who
ypities the best in mankind by
his dedication to service, honesty
jnd integrity, tils concern for
minorities, and a striving for jus-
tice, righteousness and decency,'
ihCJ said.
Gov. Askew has long been a
friend to the Jewish people and
.n appreciation for his affection
incl his concern for Israel, the
iewish National Fund has estab-
.ished the Rcubin O'D. Askew
.'oK-i Paik in Israel to be ded-
cated (in Sunday,
Guest speaker will be Secretary
it Stan- Richard Stone who will
ae introduced by Judge Zev W.
ogan, president, JNF Southern
ttegion. Mr. Dernier is serving as
;hairman ol the affair.
The invocation will be given by
David Raab, with Cantor
Saul II. Breeh singing the Hatik
ah and opera star Kaj Kramer
National Anl i m.
Welcom I will be givi n by Rabbi
.cm man and Rabbi Mayei
a now it/ will peak on "Oui
Stake m 1. rael," a report of his
ecenl \ i.-it thi re.
Cantor Sholom Katz will present
th i nti ... nm nt at
,-. .1, h .. ,.r compost r
i>,\ Shn u I Fei >hko oi I rael. Din-
i ac will be pro\ idi d ;-.
, man's ( in t.a.
Gov-
. Bail oi i nitti i a i Rabbi
L( In man Jaj De m< r and
Dr. Richard L. Schwarr.
\. o serving on the commitl le
are: Rabbi Mayei Abramowitz, Mr.
nd Mrs. Max Affachiner, Prof.
Andre S. Biaiclei.ki, Lou Aronson,
simon Berstein, Lester Bigelman,
Cantor S.aul Breeh, Leo Buda. Mrs.
iJeitha Davidson, Mrs. Beulah
Davis, Mrs. Lillian Dubowy, Harry
Feldman, Shmuel Fersbko, Jack A.
Filosof, Ezra Finegoid. Mayshie
Friedberg, Charles Fuhrman, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Garber, Abraham
Grossman, Abraham Giunhut, Is-
rael Hartston, Max Hecht, Meyer
llclfcn.-U in. Mr. and Mrs I'eter F.
Heller, Herman Higger, I sac Ja-
Mentz, Leo Mindlin, Mr.,. Florence
ird Katz
Also Judge Zev VY. K
ge X Kotin, Samuel Kusnetz,
it.iv i David Lehrfii I I, Rabbi Irv-
ing Li hrman, Mot Levin, Frieda
Lifchudz, Mrs. Louie Lustig, Her-
n an Medow, Mr. anc' Mrs, Emanuel
. i.e.. Mindin, Mrs, Florence
.. Sam Pascoe, Mrs
, Putter. Rabbi d
i I .: ,,:. Celia Rose i
Leon n :i...- .', Mrs, Toby
Richard Schwarz,
.... klair. Meyer S
nd Mis .1 Z Sta llan, t da
Simon Tetenbaum, Abra-
' .in l ik in, U I la Wi el, and
i onard Zilbert.
Personal Financial Planning
Forums Set By Histadrut
As a public service, the Israel
Histadrut Foundation is continuing
a series of forums on personal fi-
nancial planning throughout the
South Florida Jewish community.
Sam Bbulsky, syndicated finan-
cial columnist, and Dr. Sol Stein,
noted economist and national pres-
ident of the Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation, are participating in the se-
ries of forums.
! Admission to the programs is
free, but advance reservations are
required. Reservations may be
made at the offices of the Hista-
drut Foundation, 420 Lincoln Road
Bldg., according to Ben Zion Stein-
berg, Florida executive director of
the organization.
Sunday, a program will be held
In the auditorium of Washington
residents of the Hallandale and
North D?de areas. A concluding
program Tuesday, also at 10 a.m.
with continental breakfast, is
slated for the Holiday Inn at 8701
Collins Ave. in Miami Beach.
Kahhi Kingsley
To Lead Purcm
Tour to Israel
In response to Israel's request
for increased tourism. Rabbi and
Mrs. Ralph P. Kingsley, Temple
Sinai of North Dade. will lead a
group of congregrants to Israel
March 5 through 19.
The tour will encompass not only
sightseeing, but will afford an op-
portunity to attend sessions of the
convention of the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis, Re-
form Judaism's rabbinic organiza-
tion, which will be in session in
Jerusalem. March 13-18.
In addition, meetings are being
arranged with Israeli dignitaries
with special briefings and visits
to areas especially affected by the
Yom Kippur War. The opportu
nitv to spend Purim in Israel is
open to all members of the com-
munity.
For information call the temple
office.
MR. AND MRS. CAROL GRIENBCRC
Greenbergs Host Reception
Launching Lehrman Program
Mrs. Baum To Speck On
Jewish Ceremonial Art
Ellen Frances Miller Baum will
the "Utilization of Energy in Hos-
Federal Savings and Loan Associa- jfaJs ..
tion's North Miami Beach branch,
633 NE 167th St A free conti-1 Eli Katz, administrative engi-
nental breakfast will be served at I neer of Mount Sinai, is program
10 am. | chairman, and the South Florida
Monday, the forum movesat 101 Hospital Engineers is
a m to the Holiday Inn at 4000 S. *
JeanDr., Hollywood, geared to I cosponsor of the event.
'Hospital Energy'
Seminar Subject
Mount Sinai Medical Center was
to be the site of an all-day seminar
entitled, "Hospital Energy Con-
servation for 1974," on Thursday
in the medical center's auditorium.
Prepared by the personnel de-
partment at Mount Sinai for the spcaic on -Jewish Ceremonial Art"
South Florida Hospital Associa- at the Forte Forum Tuesday at 1
ion, the seminar was to deal with p m jn the Forte Auditorium.
Mrs. Baum. a member of the
Massachusetts and Federal Bar. is
professor of humanities at the
University of Miami, and is past
president' of Coral Gables League
of Women Voters. She is listed in
"Who's Who" of American Wom-
en, 1970.
Mr. and Mrs. Carol C.reenberg
will host a reception at their 111
I ami Beach home Monday night
launching the 1974 scholarship
program of the Lehrman Daj
1 School of Temple Emanu-El.
The Greenbergs served last year
at cochairmen of the fifth annual
! Lehrman Day School Scholarship
Ball, of which Mr. and Mrs. Murry
Koretzky were chairmen. It was
Ihe most successful function in the
history of the school named in
honor'of Dr. Irving Lehrman, rab-
bi of Temple Emanu-El.
The Lehrman Day School is the
largest Conservative Hebrew day
school in the South, and consistent-
! ly has won top state, regional and
i national awards for academic ex-
cellence and achievement.
Mrs. Greenberg is past president
ol the P.T.A. of the Lehrman Day
School and of Temple Emanu-El.
, She also is chairman this year of
the monthly "V.l.P. Sabbaths" of
the Miami Beach congregation.
Greenberg. a director of Tern
pie Emanu-El, has been active in
support of the Lehrman Day
School, State of Israel Bonds, and
numerous non-sectarian and Jew-
ish organizations.
Because the dinner and dance
honoring Dr. Lehrman on his 30th
anniversary as spiritual leader of
Temple Emanu-El was postponed
from last fall until April 20, the
Lehrman Day School Scholarship
Ball will noi be held in 1974.
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro, syna-
gogue president, said th.- Lehrman
Day School scholarship program
will be continued through a series
of receptions such as the one to
be hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Green-
berg Monday night.
He stressed that there will be
no fund raising at the 30th anni-
versary dinner dance at which
Gov. Reabin Askew and Dr. Louis
Finkelstein will be special guests.
It will be a communitywide eve-
ning of celebration, Judge Shapiro
said.
I Pioneer Women Units
| Planning Programs
Hi-Rise Tikvah Chapter of Pio-
neer Women will present an Is-
raeli film at Hie next meeting
Tuesday, at 12:30 p.m. in the card-
room at 1200 West Ave.. Pauline
Finkelstein, president, will con-
duct the meeting.
Club No. 2 will hold a luncheon
at the Raleigh Hotel. Sunday, at
1 p.m. Regina Balin will entertain.
Bertha Liebmann will preside.


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ISMKi DfS/GW IN INTERNATIONAL PREMIERE
Fashions Feature
Patterns In Color
"Patterns in Color" is tho theme
oi the 1974 Israel Bond fashion
show and luncheon making its in-
tei national premiere at tne Fon-
t..ineb!eau HoUl Tuesday. Feb. 12.
Sponsored by the National Worn
en's Division of State of Israel
Bonds, the fashion show with 32
participating Israeli designers will
feature haute couture fashions,
furs, boutique designs, and ready-
to-wear goods.
Despite renewed fighting in the
Middle Eat in October and result
ing transportation problems and
manpower shortages, Israel's cloth-
ing manufacturers kept the fashion
flag flying high. Through a super-
human effort. Israel's fashion ex
port campaign has been carried on
virtually undisrupted since the
t'Ulbreak of the Yom Kippur War
Oc;. 6.
During the crisis months of
October and November, manufac-
turers continued to fill all export
irders, and managed to mount
exhibits in other countriesthe
Paris Pret-a-Porter. for example-
even while hostilities continued.
The emergence of Israel as an
international fashion center took
place because many forces united
to make it possible. Dollars from
Israel Bond investments are help-
ing older firms to expand and new
firms to be established. Manufac
turers are also aided in developing
and utilizing the most modem and
advanced techniques to keep qual-
ity high and cost competitive.
Exports are one of the major
factors in helping Israel develop
it* economic independence. For
many years. Israel fashions were
the third highest industrial (/>rt i
in Israel, and last year, they
moved up to second place.
Fashion buyers everywhere focus
OB Israeli-made goods because Is-;
rael's designers create unique,
avtBt garde fashions that women
like to own at prices they can af-
ford.
The Women's Division of Israel
Eonds has provided the growth
impetus and importance for Israeli
fashions by providing them with
a showcase through annual spon-
sorship of an all-Israeli Fashion
Show that tours oJ major cities Irj
this hemisphere. Featuring the
latest and the best of Israel's
ready tow ear and haute couture,
these -hows attract much attention
and large audiences.
Participating designers are:
haute couture: Lola Beer. Koby.
Finy Leitersdorf, Maskit by Marie-
Therese, Jerry Melitz. Gideon
Oberson, Rivka Shaflr; furs:
Stefan Braun: boutique: Ruth Al
Ion, Danit by Ruth Federman,
Simon Fuitos, Maskit. Jerry Me-
litz, Gideon Oberson. Rikma by
Rojy Ben Yosef, Pnina Shallon;
and ready-to-wear: Aled. ATA, Ba-
ruch. Bashan, BegedOr, Derby
Knit, Diva, Dorina. Elanit. Elastex,
Galeet, ('.alia, Gottex, Koby, La-
hav, Matzkin. Niba. Papco, Israel
Rosen, Salpeter.
Staged and accessorized by
Jordan Marsh, ready-to-wear mer-
chandise for the fashion show is
being supplied by the Israel Com-
pany for Fairs and Exhibitions in
cooperation with the Fashion Cen-
ter of the Israel Export Institute
of Tel Aviv. Eleanor Morris is
serving as fashion coordinator.
Admission to the fashion show
and luncheon is based a minimum
new purchase of $1,000 in State of
Israel Bonds during 1974. Reserva-
tions, may be made by contacting
the Israel Bond office at 420 Lin-
coln Rd.. Miami Beach.
The 1974 Israel Bond fashion show will feature many fash-
ions designed and produced in Israel. At left is a long red
cotton dress with shoelace-tie cummerbund and balloon
sleeves with multi-colored jacket the same length. The long
white cotton dress at right has a multi-colored panel which
ties around the waist. Both were designed by Rojy Ben Yosef
and produced by Rikma.
33rd Annual Antiques Show Sale Scheduled Feb. 7 to 10
Hillel'ft Rabbi Ringler
Breakfast Speaker
Rabbi Stanley Ringler, director
of Hillel House at the University
of Miami, will be the speaker at,
the "Coffee. Culture and Convcrsa-,
tion Program" of Temple Beth
Sholom of Greater Miami, Sunday,
at 10:30 a.m., according to James
S. Knopke, president.
Rabbi Ringler will speak on
"Celebrating Jewishness on the
Campus" and will use multi-media
slides to illustrate his talk.
This year's 33rd annual "Miami
Antiques Show and Sale," is
scheduled Feb. 7-10 at Bayfront
Auditorium, with thousands of
cherished heirloom treasures and
top quality collectables on display
by approximately 75 long estab
lished. carefully selected dealers
from all over the country. All
items in the attractively arranged
booths, which utilize every inch of
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Kadimah Group of the Miami
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The study group will meet the
first Monday of every month in
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a.m. under the leadership of Rose
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The regular meeting will be
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Louis I). Brandeis Group will
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at the Fontainebieau Hotel Mon-
day. Feb. 11. at noon, featuring a
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show Saturday, Feb. 9. from 3 to
5 p.m. as a fund raiser for its serv-
ice projects. The tea is free to pa
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Four daughters la the home of Marvin Haven keep the house in
PPi turmoil of activities and g.adcien th, heart of adoring grand
.........- wi meantime she's
hanging on to ber part-time job with the Checker Taxi Co. in order to
law care of a.l those extra little things a girl needs at college, right?
Sister, Betsy and Robin, vivacious twins, are looking forward to their
sweet Sixteen* (docs anybooy say that anymore?) birthday which
wont be until September. Youngest of the house, sweet Natalie, will
be 12 in March.

David Heller, whose birthday ushered in the Chinese -Year of the
Tiger." (Jan. 23) has been preparing for it a long time. With Karate
Hung Fu and a new set of barbells, he feels he is readv for anything
and anybody. But if perchance a change of mood is required. David, an
Aquarius, can offer sweet music on his saxophone which he plays ir.
I he school orchestra. Expected here this summer for a visit with grand-
parents, the Pete Hellers, David has promised that he will pitch in with
the dishes when needed. That's quite a surprise 'cause in his Greens
boro. N.C., home. David leaves that chore tu his sisters. Suzv and Nantv

The "lunch bunch" at The Betsy in the Flamingo Club Hotel is
counting Lady Porter with Lee Gaffney and Dustin Hoffman among it',
regulars. Neal Lang reports that the Henry Crowns (General Dynam-
ics) have delayed their winter stay at the Flamingo for a couple of
weeks. Henry chipped a bone in his elbow. Bu' he is on the mend and
will be back in his Flamingo Club Hotel winter apartment as soon a?
the doctor hands him his dischange.

The ladies "C" team representing Kings Bay Yacht and Country
Club is doing very' well in its matches. Latest win was six matches to
one over Royal Palm. The team, co-captained by Ellen Elkins and Nancy
Deutsch, has won five out of its last seven outings.

Members of the Paradise by the Sea Apartments' social club had
an installation dinner at Nick and Arthur's. New president of the group
is Max Teraza, Harold Herman is vice president, Sara RosenthaL treas-
urer, and Florence Cantor, secretary. Among residents of the Hallan-
dale complex are Ernie and Sylvia Goodman, owners of Nick and
Arthur's.

Rebeeca, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moise Babouri. 950 NE 153rd
St., has been named to the Dean's List at Stern College for Women,
the undergraduate school of liberal arts and sciences for women of
Yeshiva University, in New York City.

University of Miami graduate art student Marty Kreloff will have
a one-man exhibition, "Movie Stars and Other Things." at A Gallery.
325 Miracle Mile. Coral Gables. Feb. 8 through 28. Kreloff earned his !
bachelor of fine arts degree from Ihe I'M in 1972 and is currently work
ing toward his master of fine arts. In addition to teaching a drawing
and composition class at the university, he teaches children's classes
at the Miami Art Center.
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George Kronrnftnld was recently installed as president of the Sea-
era.-'. Towers South Men's Club. In charge of entertainment and also a I
vice president is David Levy. Kronengold. president of the George
Kronengold Travel Sen ire. is very active in community and fraternal
affairs. He is a member of the Convention Biireau Advisory Board, a
past president of three B'nai B'rith lodges, a pn-t president of the 100
Club, a past president of the Miami Beach Executive Club; a past presi-
de nl of the Ron Vivants Travel Organization and a trustee and former
officer of the Florida Regional Board of the Anti-Defamation League

David Blmnberf, president and founder of Cutler Ridge Shopping
Center, hat been named The Miami News' Businessman-of-the-Year in1
D le County. Third winner in the annual poll conducted by The News
Bl mberjr, 49, was backed by Miami's bankers, manufacturers and
build* rs :' dad made "the greatest effort to make Miami
a better p'ace to live and work."
Blumbrrg has himself contributed a fc*rea1 deal to the improvement
of the community through his membership in the Greater Miami Cham
! f Commerce and the U-M. Coming to Miami som? 20 years ago
berg had the foresight to acquire s-me 1.200 acres in South Dade
which he has now turned into an important shopping area. When the
Chamber of Commerce was foundd Blumbere was elected a vice
present and lhr"e veara later, in 1971 became its fourth president
He is alo a director in a niimW of banks and companies, and was re
cently appointed a director of Florida Power and Light Co.
Blumbere is married to the former Lee DJckens. a one-time TV
person i.nd Philip. 17.
Pioneer Women
Rational Board
Meeting in AT
The national board of Pioneer
Women wiil meet in New York
Tuesday th ouch Thursday. Feb.
5 to 7, at the Statler Hilton Hotel.
"This meeting of the board."
latei Mrs. Charlotte Stein, nation-
al president, "is to assess our 49-
am of social service
iel in Sight of the extra needs
i from the Yom Kippur
War."
Also on the agenda will be a
revaluation of the educational
and cultural activities of Pioneer
Women on the American scene.
Plans to expend the community
1'ioject. LIFE (Link to Independ-
ence For the Elderly in the U.S.)
will be discussed.
A special feature of the sessions
mill be a luncheon honoring Mrs.
Esther Zackler, former national
president of Pioneer Women, who
will leave on Feb. 12. to settle j
permanently in Israel.
Mrs. Zackler will be accom-
panied by her hu-band. Dr. Jack
Zackler, for many years Deputy
Commissioner of Public Health of
the City of Chicago. Their son has
resided in Israel for some time.
The se-sions wiil conclude on
Feb. 7, in time for board members
to join the Pioneer Women Soli-
darity Mission to Israel, leaving
from Kennedy Airport that after-
noon.
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members. Mr. Sheinkman was chos-
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Principals in a recent Hebrew Academy dinner where Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Mamber received the 1973 Distinguished
Service Award of the Hebrew Academy included from left,
cechairman Joseph H. Kanter; Mr. and Mrs. Irving Firtel
and Mr. and Mrs. Gecrga Feldenkreis. Firtel is president of
the Miami B:ach school, and Mr. and Mrs. Feldenkreis were
cochaiimen with Mr. and Mrs. Kanter.
Sou;.': Florida Committee cf the Weizrnann Institute of
Science recently held a reception and cocklai! party at th =
:ey Club honoring Frof. Leo Sachs, (right) internationally
.:ancer researcher and head of the Genetics Depart-
menl at ..mann Institute in Rehovot, Israel. The recep-
4.::r. was nested by Saul J. Morgan (UfO chairman of the
:a Committee for the Weizrnann Institute. With
thtrn c-re Kerry H. Frankel, member of the Weizrnann In-
ktitute's board of governors, and Prof. William Whelan ci
ths Ur.iversity of Miami Medicci School.
Miami Sections AC/IF Units
Plan Wednesday Meetings
JBen*Gurion Coin
To Be Issued By
Israel in 1971
. \i | will be is
. Israel in 1974, according te
Yitzhak Avni. Dlrecl Gi neral o(
:i Israel Go' Coins &
Med ils C irp iration.
"The new din will be minted |
d, with denominations of li.
md IL 100. and in sterlins
[liver, in the denomination of IL
o. Mintage figures and marketing
leiails will be released at a later
.ate," Mr. Avni stated.
Da\ id Ben Gurion. founding
'ather of the State of Israel and
is fir^t Prime Minister, passed
way Bt the age of 37 last Decem
ur He led Israel through its tor-
native years: his vision, his energy
nd his intellectual brilliance
arned him a prominent place
unong world leaders. The pinna
le he achieved i:i Jewish history
is both unique and distinguished
In tribute to Ben-Gurion's mem
iry, the Governor of the Bank of
' rue'. Moshe Sanbar, concurred
ith the managi men! of the Israel
; ivernmenl C tins and Medal'
"orp. in the issue of I
lew Comment irative Coin.
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Mentz Named Chairman of Annual
'Sunday Morning Coffee Forum'
F:ii mil M nl'. Miami Beach
i! ; ader, has >>"en
of the nth an-
nual Temp injj 1'J "Sunday
Forum," which
rtth a talk on "The
Ji i-h c nmunity" bj
Dr Ed ear I Sandrow with all ses
d in the Friedland
Ballroom.
Dr. Saudi' W is special counsel l'>
he chancellor of the Jewish The-
i ici Seminary of America.
Rabbi Henry Si.egm.in. executive
' ice president of the Synagogue
"euncil .if America, will speak on
"A New Turn in Christian-Jcu ish
Relations" Feb. 17.
Concluding program of the series
- with coffee scheduled for 10:30
jnd lectures beginning at 11 a.m.
will feature Rabbi Wolfe Kel-
man Feb. 24 Rabbi Kelman. execu-
tive vice president of the Rabbini-
cal Assembly of America, will
.peak on "The Changing Role of
the Jewish Woman."
Mentz, customer relations officer
if Wasl ;.....Federal Savings an I
Loan A i iati >n, is i director of
: ..hi El. tin- Miami
of Men's ORT, the
"ivic 1 ( -u .if Miami Bea
the Mayor's S
The eight divisions of the Ma-
th nal Council of Jewish Women.
<>: eater Miami Sec ion, will hold
11 :. ral membership meetings Wed-
i... ay.
Bay Division will meet at 11:30
. ::i the Surfside Community
< sandwiches and coffee.
Marilyn Kay 'lia ;be:g. young
pianist perform.
(oral will have a luncheon meet-
: | at 10:30 a.m. at I'ni-
Co'al Gables. The pro-
gram fi ature a discussion on
I Equal Rights Amendment.
Indian-Islands will have a noon
icon at the Algiers Ho-
lt]. I ris Rich will moderate a
. n "Equality."
Kef Biscayro will meet at the
' onut Restaurant of the
Towers ol Kej Bucayne tor an 11
i will featuri
I Maurice :. Zigmund, rabb:,
scolar and anthr.ipoligist. who will
apeak on ".-. Jewish View of
Jesus."
Lakes is meeting at 12:30 p.m. I
~t Washington Federal. 699 NE
I67*h St. Mrs, Sam Ro will re-
view "The New Israelis" by Dasic;
e nbrun.
Lincoln will meet at 11:30 a.m.
It the Delano Hotel. Rabbi Robert
rkand of Temple Israel will give
:i book review.
Shores luncheon meeting at the
Jockey Club will start at 9:30 a.m.
Arthur Englanc. a member of the
Governor's Task Force on Energy
Aril] discuss the energy crisis.
South Dad*- will meet at the
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land, encourage daily rain in
the tropics and drift seeds from
surrounding land masses, the
"trade-'" have given life to the
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birds and insects, thus perpet-
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Of course, the king palms
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the Palm Patio Terrace of the
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Friday, Feoruary 1, 1974
t**\iiifrlFk>rict>Tir
Paqe ll B
itonc Foim Birthdav Parts
Monday, Feb. 11
Tickets are -'il available foi
the fourth annual Arch:.' Stone
Fiu.n lation birthdaj
fay, Feb. 11, at Uis springs
Villas.
The dinner, itgrtiag at 8 p.m.,
is preceded by a 7 p.m. cocktail
party.
Alex Karras, former Detroit
Lion All-Pro defensive Li
and television announcer, head-
lines the dinner. The Rhodes
Brothers will sing, a-d Chuck
Zink will serve as master of cere
monies.
The Archie Stone Foundation is
a non-profit, charitable ;r^aniza-
tion which receives fund-: from the
I Feb. 11 dinner, a luncheon and
[ donations. Halt of these funds go
to Variety Children's Hospital.
I and half are grants to sports-
oriented youth organizations.
Yiddish Music
On Program Of
Culture Wincle
The Yiddish Culture Wincle of
liami Beach will mark Yiddish
lusic Month Tuesday. Feb 12. at
}:30 a.m. at Agudath Israel He- I
few Institute.
The program will feature lee-
lier and singer Mordechai Yar-
Heini who will +' a talk on and
ng a group oi Jewish folk songs
Kith Net'.i Drushinsky at the
Beno.
Also featured will be Phi! Nash- '
kin in .< musical humoresque, and
Ifaivws Meisel who will offer some
recitations.
{^Chairman of the affair will be
lfaike Na-hkin.
Kazan And Brill
U All-Star Show
e Florida Council for Soviet
ry is sponsoring an all
fiaw featuring Lainie Kazan and
Krty Brill Saturday. Feb. ?. at
Ho p.m. in the Miami Beach
Hiditorium.
The stars of the one-night per-
kroance Iiave both be-n active in
Hevision. nightclubs and on stage,
i-^ Kazan recently started in the
Bit-<'f town openings of The
omen'" and "Seesaw." Bt ill is
Btrrently one of the ( KStars on
p New Dick Van Dyke" TV
fries.
rcicketa are available at the
gditorium box office.
ahrzeit Saturday
For The Late
lahhi Schneerson
The Florida branch of the Luba-
Htcher Movement :nem-
kate the 24th Yahrzei: of ti.
labbi Joseph I. Schneerson, O'BM,
Saturday at 9 p.m. at Ohev Shalom
Congregation. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Abraham Korf is director for the
Honda Region.
Rabbi Joseph Schneerson i 5640
>710 1880-1950) stood at the helm
f the Lubavitcher Movement from
arrived in the United States in
1920 until his passing in 1950 He
J940 and made his permanent resi-
lence in New York.
The present Lubavitcher Rebbe,
tabbi Menachem M. Schneerson.
rorld leader of th Movement,
rill deliver a pu'oiic address Sat-
lrday, which will be heard here
|ria live telephone hook up.
The 9:30 p.m. address will be
given at Lubavitch world head-
[quarters, Brooklyn. NY., and will
[be heard live by special telephone
hook up in Lubavitcher centers
throughout the world.
Pictured at the recent installation of new officers for the
YWHA's Golden Aqe Friendship Club are (from left to right)
David Mistlin, fourth vice president; Mrs. Eveline Leckait,
outgoing president; Myron A. Berezin, the Y's executive
director who officiated; Mrs. Geraldine Faber, third vice
president; Ed Jacobson, treasurer; Mrs. Be3s Gerzoa, finan-
cial secretary; Commissioner Rose Gordon; Phillip Swedler,
president; Mrs. Betty Farber. recording secretary; Harry
Laskin, second vice president, and Mrs. Ralph Smith, first
vice president.
Morgan Chairman of South Florida
Committee for Weizmann Institute
Saul J. Morgan, a leader in the
building, real estate and invest-
ment fields in Florida, who is also
prominent in local community af-
fairs, has accepted the post of
chairman of the South Florida
Committee for the Weizmann In-
stitute of Science.
Announcement of his appoint-
ment was marie by Abraham Fein-
berg, chairman of the board of
governors of the Weizmann In-
stitute of Science and of the b >ard
of directors of the American Com-
mittee for the Weizmann Institute
;>f Science with oatiOMl head-
quarters in New Yoik City.
The Weizmann Institute of Sci-
ence in Rehovot, Israel, i> devoted
to fundamental research in the
natural sciences. In the forefront
of the international -. i ntific com-
munity it is ranked by Nobel
Laureate Dr. Aithur Kornberg of
Stanford University Medical
School, among the top ten research
institutions in the wo: Id.
The South Florida Committee
v ill seek to bring to a wider pub-
lic in the area the relevance of
Weizmann Institute research. Of-
fices for the South Florida Com
mittee have been established 'n
Miami Beach at 420 Lincoln Rd.
A respected civic leader and
philanthropist, Mr. Morgan has
served as a member of the board
of directors of the Florida Home
Builders Association, the North
Miami Beach Chamber of Com
merce, the Greater Miami Cham-
ber of Commerce. He has also
served as cochairman of the Build-
ers Division of the Greater Miami
Jewish Fedeiation and as chair-
man of it- High-Rise Division.
Now one of the outstanding
businessmen in his community,
Mr. Morgan began his impressive
career as a buildei and developer
in the New York Metropolitan
area. In Florida he has developed
such noteworthy condominium
communities as New Horizons at
Miramar. New Horizons at Sky
Lake, the Royal Bahamian East
and Royal Bahamian West con-
dominium complexes at Sky Lake,
Beth El Congregation Gives
Bloodmobile to New Drive
SAUL I. MORGAN
and Century "1.
In his new post, Mr. Morgan
will woik closely with Harry
Frankel of Miami Beach, vice
president of the American Com
mittee for The Weiamana Institute
of Science, who Is also a member
of the board of governors of Tht
nann Institute of Science.
Members of Beth El Congrega-
tion of Miami have contributed
$16,000 to the American Red
Magen David for Israel to pur-
chase a new bloodmobile for Is-
rael's official Red Cross and Civil
Defense agency.
Announcement of the donation
was made Wednesday by Hyman
Chabner. president of Beth El, and
Samuel R-inhard. Florida state
chairman of the American Red
Mieen David for Israel.
The contribution was the first
toward! a goal of three bloodmo-
biles .set for South Florida Jewrv
by the Red Magen David, Re
said.
Chabi "; o:* !n-'
traditional synagogue long I -
been rsi *iih Isra<
md its Red Cross agen v i we
tcpoed forward immediately UP-
m th" urgent call from the Red
Masen David."
Beniamin Saxe. national
tive dir-ctor of the American R-
Magen David, reported that South
Florida Jewry continues to lead
the nation in per capita contribu-
tions to the organization of
Lances, bloodmobile! and cardiac
rescue ambulance*.
H1KAN CHAiNi*
-: w?ll "rmr to Miami Bea.'h
17 to dedicate several new
rescue vehicles f r the Isr li
ts for the
Hed Magen Dr, I
Gi M imi ,:
my, 2400 Pine Tree D \
Rpileppsy Foundation
Names 1974 Officers
The Greater Miami Epilepsy
Foundation announci s the election
of the loilowing officers for 1974:
John R. Edwa'ds. president: Dr.
B Todd Troost. vice president;
Mrs. Marjoi.e Buchbinder. secre-
tary, and Miss Debbie Rodriguez,
Jr., treasurer.
The following directors were
elected to the board: Jay Ziskind.
John Horan. Gene Essner, Mrs.
Joan Bomstein and Mrs. Delia
Laidlaw.
Opera Stars Tucker and Merrill
Here As A Duo on February 21
AMC Tropical Tag Day
Tropical Cancer League of the
American Medical Center is con-
ducting its annual tag day in Mi-
ami Beach Wednesday.
Miami Beach Hadassah Sets
Weekly Luncheon Meetings
Hughes Ixhibit On Display
Washington Federal Savings and
[Loan Association is presenting an
exhibit of paintings and sculpture
[by Deborah A. Hughes at its main
(office, 1701 Meridian Ave., Miami
[Beach. Ms. Hughes' work will re-
jmain on display until Fib. 28.
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah Groups are meeting on the fol-
lowing dates:
Kadimah will meet at the Singa-
! pore Hotel Monday noon. Mrs. Le-
ona Ruslin will review "Life of
Marc Chagall." Monica Finesilver,
1 vice president, will preside.
Hannah Senesch luncheon is set
! for the Algiers Hotel Monday noon.
i The film. "A Boy Named Ami"
j will be shown. Mrs. Barnett Baron
will preside.
Stephen S. Wise Youth Aliyah
luncheon will be held at the Bar-
celona Hotel Monday noon. Mrs.
Sherman Fast, past president, Mi-
ami Beach Hadassah. will be guest
speaker. Mrs. Gertrude Sosna is
president.
Lincoln luncheon and card party
is slated for 100 Lincoln club room
at noon Tuesday.
Hatikvah Youth Aliyah luncheon
will be held at the Eden Roc Hotel
Wednesday noon. Mrs. Emanuel
Mentz, president. Miami Beach Ha-
dassah, will be guest speaker.
Be'h Sholom'a Great Artists
1 Series will feature two ope a stars,
' Richard Tucker and Robert Merrill
who will appear in the Miami
Beach Auditorium as a duo Thurs-
day, Feb. 21. accompanied by the
Floiida Symphony Orchestra, con-
ducted by musk director and con-
ductor. Pavle Despalj.
More than a quarter century ago,
within nine months of one another.
Tucker and Merrill became over-
night stars of the Metropolitan
[Opera. Each in his particular
' category has since nourished the
company. Now in their fifties.
Tucker and Merrill are still going
strong at the Met and elsewhere.
The Florida Symphony orches-
tra is now entering its 24th sea
son.
Some six years a^o, its young
music director and conductor be-
came associate conductor and in
1970 Palve Despa'.j was appointed
to the post he now holds.
Born in 1934 in Yugoslavia. Des-
palj received his earliest musical
education from his father who
was aiso a conductor and profes-
sor of music. While still a stu-
dent. Despalj became conductor
3nd later music director of the
Zagreb Radio and Television Sym
phony and Chamber Orchestra. He
was also permanent guest conduc-
tor of the Zagreb Opera and Ballet
Company.
For his achievements with these
musical aggregations. Despalj re-
ceived the Zagreb City Award.
He subsequently f< unded the
Belgrade Chamber o chestra and
later the Zader Summ .
Festival. Despalj. who became a
citizen of the United St.tes in
1973. frequently serves as guest
conductor of orchestras through-
out Europe.
Ticket? for this musical event
may be obtained at the temple;
Miami Beach FuuTlo Co.. Lincoln
Rd.; Allegro Music Hou-e. Coral
Gables: Photo Center Stores, Dade-
land and I63rd St.; and I! I y
Duffy. Violins, Coconut Grove.
Novelty Violinist
Among Stars In
Temple Concert
Louis Suchman and Mrs. Louis
Cohen are serving as cochairmen
of Temple Ner Tarn id's 16th an-
nual concert to be held Saturday,
Feb. 9. in the main sanctuary of
the temple, starting at 8:15 p.m.
Featured performers will be
Baron Buika. novelty comedy
\ violin virtuoso international sinu
ing star Miini Sloan and Candor
' Edward Klein. |
Baron Buika recently completed
a tour for the Intercontineutal
Hotels in a:.-..'a ana Spain. He
comes here directly from the
famous "Lido" in Paris.


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Friday, February 1, 1974
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Michael fink
Jonathan Sackner
Davit" Kaiien
DAVID KATZEN
David E., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Katzen. will observe his
Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
morning services Feb. 2 at Temple
Beth Am.
RENA CARMI
Rena, the daughter of Rabbi and
vlrs. Ralph Carmi, will become
!at Mitzvah Saturday, Feb. 2, at
Temple Emanu-El where her fa
her has been the ritual directoi
since 1970.
The celebrant is in the seventh
grade at Beth Am Religious School j Rena is a student at the Lehr
where he is on the honor roll and J nan Day School.
will continue his education through
confirmation. He is also in the sev-
enth grade at Gulliver Academy
and is a member of the chorus and
the Astronomy Club. He was pre-
84 nted with the DAR History
Award in 1973. and has attended
the Union of American Hebrew-
Congregation Camp Institute for
four years.
.\ reception and luncheon will
bo held at Kings Bay Country Club
in David's honor. Among guests
will be his grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Katzen and Mrs. Louis
J'allot. Also Mr. and Mrs. Norton '
Pallet and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
Ballot.
T> 3- & i
JEFFREY NEWMAN
Saturday morning services at |
Temple Beth El Feb. 2 will include
th jamin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
I. Newman
L. Newman.
The celebrant will be honored
vith a Kiddush at Temple Emanu-
1 and a reception at home. Her
jrandmother, Mrs. Esther Rein,
will attend the event.
NEIL SHI (HTM \\
Neil, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Shechtman, will observe his Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
( rvicea at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion Fob. 2.
The celebrant is in the eighth
trade at John F. Kennedy Junior
High School and is a member of
the Torah class at Beth Torah's
Harold Work Religious School. He
erved as a page in the Florida
Senate.
Mi and Mrs. Shechtman will
host the Kiddush following the
ceremony. Guests will include Dr
and Mrs. Marvin Wellen,,Dr. and
Mrs. Stefan Golitsky. Mr. and Mrs.
I Michael Poerea. all of New York,
Principals in the highly successful Temple
Emanu-El Antiques Show and Art Exhibi-
tion held this week in the Poarlman Mural
Room pose with one of the works of Israeli
artist Nahum Arbel. From left are Dr. and
Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Arbel, Mrs. Bernard
D. Kaplan and Mrs. Fredric Miller. Mrs.
Miller and Mrs. Kaplan served as cochair-
men of the event sponsored by the Tem-
ple Emanu-El Sisterhood.
t Perry Middle School where he a,f,dfMr: an.d *,r.s- Joseph Gilman
Mrticinata. in socer and kor.t* of Ft Lauderdale.
participates in soccer and karate.
Among guests at the Oneg Shab-
bat to be hosted by Jeffrey's par
ents, will be his paternal grand-
& ft ft
JONATHAN SACKNER
Jonathan David, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Marvin A. Sackner, will be-
father Joseph Newman of Detroit, come a Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Mich, Also from Michigan will be
Arthur Rosalik, Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Brandman. with Shelly and Linda,
Mrs. Catherine Bosca, Mrs. Mar
garet Bosca, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Stern, and Mr. and Mrs. Earle
Feldkamp.
ft ft ft
BRTCE BOROWSKY
On Saturday morning, Feb. 2.
In the main sanctuary of Temple
Ner Tamid, Bruce Michael, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel H. Borowsky
of North Miami Beach, will be Bar
Mitzvah.
Bruce a student at the Hebrew
Arademy, is a member of the
choir.
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
ices and a reception in Bruce's
honor will be held at his home.
Out-of-town guests will include
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Fine, At-
lantic City. N.J.: Mrs. Celia Borod
kin, Revere, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Yenof, Boston. Mass.;
Fred Wessel. Huntsville, Ala.; and
Mr. and Mrs. George Polling, Bos-
ton, Mass.
ft ft ft
MICHAEL FINK
Michael David, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Fink. 8300 SW 164th
Ter., will observe his Bar Mitzvah
Saturday. Feb. 2. at Beth David
Congregation.
Menorah, Saturday morning, Feb.
2
Jonathan is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High
School.
Joining in the celebration are
his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Al-
bert Sackner and Mrs. Joseph. D.
Karsch and his great-grandmother,
| Mrs. Fannie Kaisch.
Hillel Testing
Students' Hearing
The Hillel Community Day
School of North Miami Beach has
embarked on a program of compre-
hensive hearing screening or its
students, reports Rabbi Dov Bid-
nick, principal.
The school asked Environmental
Acoustical Resources (EAR),
through Dr. Gary Ml Stone, a
North Miami ear, nose, and throat
specialist, to structure a testing
program Sot the students who
range in age from 5 to 17.
EAR uses mobile clinical facili-
ties to perform as many as 200
screening audiograms daily and
works with speech and hearing
centers for reciprocal referral.
Each audiogram is interpreted by
The celebrant is in the seventh an otolaryngologist or a certified
Rrade at Killian Learning Labora- audiologist.
tory and has attended Beth David -The school has a concern about
Religious School for the past year 'he health of its students," says
and a half. While attending Som- Marshall Baltuch, president of the
erset Hills School in New Jersey. Hillel School. "Preventive screen-
Michael was on the scholastic hon- ings such as these are an effective
or roll, and played the name role way to inform parents and teach-
in the musical Oliver."' He is also ers of potential problems before
interested in photography and has they become real problems."
taken photos for the Beth David -------------------------------
VSY GrouP School 2-Doy Flea Market
Michael will be honored at a Ida M. Fisher Community School
reception Saturday night at the has scheduled a flea market for
Diplomat Country Club. Among Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 9 and
guests will be his grandparents Mr. io. from 10 to 4 p.m. Funds raised
and Mrs. Charles Fink of Queens, at the flea market will go towards
W-V. school equipment and supplies.
Luby, Muss Elected
By Jefferson Bank
Sam Luby, Jr.. and Stephen Muss
have been elected to the board of
directors of Jefferson National
Bank of Miami Beach.
Mr. Luby. president of Luby
Chevrolet. Inc. and of the Luby
Corporation, is a graduate of the
University of Miami and now
serves on the Citizens Board. He
is a director and former president
of the Miami Automobile Dealers
Association.
Mr. Muss, president of Alexander
Muss & Sons. Inc., is vice chairman
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration Campaign and also serves
on the board of directors. He is a
founder of Mount Sinai Hospital.
Museum Show
To Benefit Moshe
A museum showing of original
oils, watercolors, drawings and
"tchings for the benefit of Temple
Beth Moshe is slated for Sunday
tf the Balmoral Hotel. A 7 p.m.
preview will precede the opening
Of the show at 8 p.m.
Among artists whose works will
be on display are Dali, Picasso,
Chagall, Miro and Max.
Cocktails, coffee and cake will
be served throughout the evening.
Sisterhood Square Dance
B'nai Raphael Sisterhood is
sponsoring a square dance at the
temple. 1401 N\V 183rd St., Sun-
day. Feb. 10, at 8 p.m.
Attending the recent Special Gifts cocktail party of the Flor-
ida Council American Mizxachi Women, were (left to right)
Mollie Horn Rose Shapiro, Mrs. Alfred Stone, Council co-
ordinator and national vice president, Rose Ehrenreich,
Mrs. Irving Schnur, who hosted the affair in her Roney
Plaza apartment, Mrs. Louis Kohn, sister of the hostess, and
Mrs. Harry Schwartz, Council scholarship fund chairman.
Real Estate Classes
Offered By Barry
Registration for Real Estate
Course I, Principles and Practices,
will be held at Barry College Mon-
day to Friday, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. and
Thursday evenings, 6:30 p.m. to'
7.30 p.m. through the opening day
of class.
Classes beginning Feb. 5 will
meet Tuesday and Thursday eve-
ning; classes beginning Feb. 18
will meet Monday and Wednesday-
evenings, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Register in person at the Busi-
ness Department. Room 103,
Wicgand Center.
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AJComm. Sponsors Jewish Studies Acad.
unique project in adult Jew-
education, which will enable
school graduates, both Jews
non-Je\\. to pursue home
courses in various aspects of
V-Mstory, tradirWn. and Pul-
was announced here this
by the American Jewish
littee.
be known as the Academy
Jewish Studies Without Walls,
the program will offer eollege-
it courses designed by some
the mo-t distinguished contem-
porary scholars of Judaica.
THE ACADEMY for Jewish
Studies is sponsored by the AJC
ill association with the University
Of Haifa, ami has the cooperation
Of the l.-.-titutc for Jewish Life of
the Coun il of J. wish Federations
and W( :. !
Initial funding for the
pmy's ii was pro'
by the Jat ib ii a istt in Ins
for Me \ vani ent of Human
Right*.
Re
and (
^^feer
gram -
Acati- With-
out V. It,', I-;. 5;h sr
York, N Y. 10022.
Announcement of the project
was made by Yehuda Rosenman,
directs ,\.I,"s J, wish Com-
munal i(--s iJepartment. a! a
metl-ns of Jewish leaders and
Kaplan
Rosenman
educators, at Temple Israel spon-
ored by the Greater Miami Chap-
ter. Ro=enman will serve as direc-
tor of the Academy.
ALSO AT the news conference
p. Abraham Kaplan dean of
Ity of Social Sciences of
the University of Haifa, who will
' ve thi Academy's dean,
Pro! Kaplan was formerlj
an ol Department oi
al UCLA, professor oi
al the University or
i prof or ol
rvard and C
bis I cities,
ted him a:
n "g i testehei in
' mi .... universities.

Dis< sing the rationale for the
lent of the Academy.
' n nan cited the findings ol
the AJC's Task Force on the l-'n
of the Jewish Community in
.ca. which revealed "a wide
Israel Economic Conference
Slated Here By Histadrut
The ninth annual Mid-Winter
Confemce of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation, scheduled Feb. 17-20
at the Fontainebleau Hotel in Mi-
ami Beach, will be an internation-
al Economic Conference for Israel.
William II. Sylk of Philadelphia
announced _Wcdnejday.
Sylk. national^campaign chair
man of the Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation who was a member of the
fame! "Sonneborn Group" which
Bet with The late David Ben-
GnrJon in 1945. said the four-day
conclave will be the most am-
bitious jn the Histadrut Founda-
's history.
ten. Meir Amit, president of
icr Industries. Israel's largest in-
- ..i conglomerate, will be the
ktt of honor at the concluding
Banquet Feb. 20.
Congressman Ogden Reid. former
Uuit'-d States Ambassador to Is-
will be the keynote speaker
for the general assembly Feb. 18.
Israel Economic Minister Ze'ev
Sher. Bank Lcumi president Elie-
zcr Lerner and Jewish Forward
editor Shimon Weber will be
among other participants in the
economic conference. Sylk said.
Reservations for the internation-
al conclave, which will launch of-
ficial Canadian participation in the
Israel Histadrut Foundation, may
be made at the Miami Beach oft
fices of the organization. 420 Lin
coin Rd. Bldg.
Dr. Leon Kronish of Temple
Beth Sholom. Miami Beach, is na-
tional board chairman of the Is-
rael Histadrut Foundation. Ar-
rangements for the conference arc-
being coordinated by Dr. Sol Stein,
president, and Ben Zion Steinberg.
Florida executive director.
Edward Haynes Elected As
lairman By 2 Local Banks
Jdward C. Haynes. president of
K United National Bank of Mi-
^Bi. has been elected to the add:
^ha! posts of chairman of the
Bi't-.l National Bank of Dadeland
Hd of the United National Bank
Of Westland.
Under the broad reorganization
Htigncd to streamline reporting
factions, Joseph E. Holmes con-
Hues as president of the United
Ktional Bank of Dadeland and
Hter J. Hardiman remains as
Httident of the United National
Bank of Westland.
A 45-year-old native of Jersey
City. N.J.. Haynes graduated from
Amher.st College and Harvard Law
School and was an executive of
Chase Manhattan Bank in New
York before joining thu United
National Bank as an executive vice
president in 1968.
He is active in Miami civic af-
fairs with membership in various
organizations including the Miami,
Standard, University and Kiwanis
clubs, the Country Club of Coral
Gables and the Greater Miami
Chamber of Commerce.
The directors of United Nation-
al Bank elected J. Stephen Hud-
oon, chairman of the board.
Hudson, the executive vice pres-
ident of United First Florida
EDWARD C. HANVES
Banks, a 34-bank. $1.5 billion hold
ing company, and head of the
Southeast region, which comprises
the area from Palm Beach to Key
West, is a director of Coral Gables
First National Bank. Security Ex-
change Bank, Miami Beach First
National Bank. United of Westland
and United National Bank of Dade-
land.
disparity between the high level
of general education among Jews
and the woefully low level of Jew-
ish education."
"If inadequacy of Jewish educa-
tion is the heart of (he matter rel-
ative to the problems of Jewish
youth, it is no less so for adults,
and for community leaders in par-
ticular," he said.
IN ITS first year of operation,
he said, the Academy for Jewish
Studies will offer students a choice
of eight courses, each of which
was designed by an outstanding
Jewish scholar. He described the
courses as follows:
Biblical Thought, designed by
Prof. Samuel Sandmel. Hebrew
Union-College: Talmudir Thought,
designed by Prof. Baruch Levine.
New York University: Medieval
Jewish Thought, designed by Prof.
Arthur Hyman, Yeshiva Univer-
sity: Moiern Jewish Thought, de-
signed by Prof. David Sidorsky.
Columbia University: Judaism and
Christianity, designed by Prof. Lou
Silberman. Vanderhilt University:
Hasidism, designed by Prof. Ar-
thur Green. University of Pennsyl-
vania: Jewry in Eastern Europe,
designed by Prof. Leon Shapiro,
Queens College; and History of
American Jewry, designed by Prof.
Leonard Dinnerstein, Arizona S|ate
University.
Each registered student will^re-
ceive textbooks and a syllabus lor
the course he chooses. The syllabus
will contain introductory mate-
rials, reading assignments, bibliog-
raphies, questions for study, and
writing assignments. As he com-
pletes each writing assignment, he
will mail it to his course Instruc-
tor, via tne Academy office, for
v nluation ai Seacoast Towers South, Miami Beach, was
the sits of a luncheon held on behalf of
State of Israel Bonds Jan. 14. Pictured (from
left) are. Rose Diamond, Shirley Eisenberg,
Marvin (Mike) Cooper, Miami Beach ferae!
Bonds cochai-man who was guest speaker
at the event. Rose Reingold. and Belle Bern-
stein.
National TV Broadcast Portrays
Dade County Jewish Community
A "Lamp Unto My Feet" docu- ,
mentary which portrays the unique
Jewish community of Miami is be- I
ing broadcast nationally by the
i CBS Television Netwoik and will
be seen locally in two parts or.
WTVJ Ch. 4.
The fir=t portion, "A Life Full
if Days," will be aired Sunday
from 10 to 10:30 a.m., Eastern
.Daylight Savings Time.
Tne second, "'For the Rest of i
My Life," will be seen on Feb. 10, '
.0 to 10:30 a.m., EDST. Viewers
results of their move and what the
local community is doing to try to
integrate the newcomers.
The steady influx of Jews has
made Miami the fastest growing
Jewish community in the United
States. With over 200.0C0 Jewish
residents, Miami's Jewish popula
lion ranks fifth in the nation.
An indepth roundtable interview
with Federation leaders including
Myron J. Brodie. executive vice
president: Robert Russell, im-
mediate past president: Rabbi
are advised to check program list- [.eon Kronish; and Mrs. David Mil
.ngs for possible time changes.
In the two 30-minute segments,
producer Chalmers Dale examine:
the burgeoning community through
'he leaders and agencies of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
The film shows the motivation
of people migrating to Miami, the
ler, a member of the Dade County
School Board, is presented.
Alro filmed were several of the
Federation's family of agencies"
including the South Beach Activ-
ities Center, the Douglas Gardens
lewish Home and Hospital for the
Aged, and interviews with half a
io/en couples of varying ages and
conomic backgrounds.
"The Jewish people of Miami
are beginning to re-identify them-
selves as Jews." says Mr. Dale,
'whereas n some cities they have
lost their identity. They are es-
tablishing their identity not by
isolation, hut by community action.
People are working on the prob-
lems, not giving up."
'David Ben-Gurion'
Mrs. Sarah Helfand, civic lead-
er, will review best the seller
"David Ben-Gurion" by Robert St.
John. Friday during 8 p.m. serv-
ices at Temple Beth Raphael. Rab-
bi David Raab is spiritual leader
oi the congregation.
Temple Emanu-El Jewish National Fund
INAUGURAL TRIBUTE LUNCHEON
Honoring
LEONARD ZILBERT
Philanthropist, Humanitarian, Community Leader
and Dedicated Servant of Israel
Fontainebleau Hotel, Sunday, February 17, 1974, 12 Noon
For Tickets call Helen, Temple Emonu-FJ, 538-2503


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Friday, February 1. 1974
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Claire Rosichan Passes at 63
UCAl NOTICE
LtGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Claire Rosichan of Miami p
away Sundav, Jan. 17. at the age
of 63.
Wife of Arthur Rosichan, re-
n, RrHe Memorial Chapel,
on Wednesday. Jan. 30, with inter-
oiem in Mt Nebo Cei eti -.
MRS. ARTHUR KOSKHAN
tired executive vice president of
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
Mrs. Rosichan was an interior de-
ir.
In addition to her husband Mrs
h sichan i> wrvived by a son,
Richard, daughter-in-law, Ellen,
and grandchildren Amy and Lori.
AJ-. ':-;. n oi
J.. ftfo., and a brotl I
i Ohio
] ,.- sen s were h<
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NOT'CE O* ACTION
CO^STRLC"^,, E SEVICE
\C PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCuiT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCL'lT
CF F..ORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
C\!'_ ACT'ON NO 74641
GENERAL JURISDICTION
D'VISION
ACTON FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
JN RE THE MARRIAGE UF
'PI.I'TARt'O JOY A
Petitioner
;.nd
EVKLINA JOYA
Respondent,
iTO: Fmi-lma Jova
1 Piar,nal 8 P-Tf-6?:
PKK'>ta. Colombia
Yd" ARE Hl-1-.KBY NOTTFIEP
that an action for PiPRolntion of Mar-
! riape has been filed ugainfl vou and
y.u are r-ouired tc nerve a DJ of
vour written defenfen. if anv. to it | An. iti Kci
mn Adolfo Koa* Eaaulre, attr.rnev for | Stone A .--'
NCTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY)
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
CF FLORIDA IN AND FCR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.1156
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
AtJE >'F
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HEREBY NOTTTeTED
' Mai -
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your f any. to It oi
i. nay for
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of the al or b
. I i 1974; -
f;,.Ult : il ..i.illist V U f' T
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I i.H t^ published on. i
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i-i THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
witness my hand and thi
of said ourt at Miami Florida on
II | 14 da) I January. 1974
RICHARD P BRJNKER
,\. cii h Circuit Court
I>ai!e r. unty norida
By A .1 RIVAS
\. I.. puty ii. rk
(Circuit Cou-t Si
i is-.". 2 '-<
I ar whose add-efji t 107 N W
U'th Avenue, Miami FV.ridn
anil fill thi orlall witl thi
of the abm fled i ur. r or be-
fore February II 1974: othenvis* a
default will he entered an i H
for tl r< d< manded in th.
. olafnt or petit
Tl.i- notl 'ball !" nubllahi
a ni at m ntiva w< aka
r, THE JEWISH Kl r.RTDtAN.
.' \i:ss mj ham nd thi
Mil n I da on I
9 dav of \i.i l!>74
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NO PROPER">
IN THE C RCUIT C'URT <~ THE
ELEVENTH JUSlCIAL C RCUIT
CF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74 '07
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
Or MARRIAGE
IN RE rr asn oi
1 .K AMATi 1, Wifi .
IATO. JR.. Hual I
TO MR Gl RA1 I kMATl JR.
RESIDENi !: PNKNtlV
IRE HEREBY Ni ITU BD
that 1 lution of Mai
riam hat beat filed aaalnal '"u and f -., I la on
v..u red to aervt I oopj of I thla 14 da> 1974
your sea. if any. to It !" RP P HRIS :
on Richard I. Kroop. attomi Circuit 1 -ur'
Petltiom ddrees la KW1 1... .:.i
NEY .. K P, '".. 121 Lin- I |.i \ .1 RTVAS
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PPOPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAd COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-700
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN 11. THI M LRRIAQE OF
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lent.
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RBBY NOTIFIED
hat an 1 loi I 'I.....!':......' Mar-
i aaalnal you mid
rva .1 copy oi
vow defenaee, if anv. to if
. i In, Bsaulre, t
Petit ner. hose addreM
. >\ l.ih Avenue. Miami.
1 Fli rlda v nririnal with the
.,; with the Mart ,.. w. ..,v|,.,i ,,.Uit on
or bi h. 1974; ..therwiae a
1. fault v. Ill 1 nterad aaainat vou
. di mandi d In ih.- 1 om-
I or pel '
notiri hall ho publish, d once
week for four "ii.....atlve w.-eka
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WiTNl --- mj hand ami the Real of
1 Miami Florida on this
9 dai of Jan "f-74.
vlID P BRINKBR
At 'lerk, Circuit fourt
Dad. County. Florida
Bj E UAYNK.R
puty I'lerk
Beall
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SS128 (S24-466! I
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NOTICE OP ACTION
CONSTPLC'tVE SERVIC5
.NO PPOPERTY1
IN the CPCU'T COURT OC -HE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C!CCL IT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND cOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL AC'ICN NO. 73-90572
GENERAL ".'RISD'CTION
DIVIS'ON
ACTION POP D'SSOLUTICN
rr MARRIAGE
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IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUCICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
PROBATE DIVISION
No 7S-7902
.IO"N R BLANTON
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NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLOR'DA:
Ti vll PI SONS INHERES! ED IN
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0RTH000I CONSERVATIVE REFORM SERVICES
Ernanuel Gordon (1946) Ike Gordon
Many Goidon M964 lamts 6 Gc'dor Telephone 373-5533
Reach. Florida
till :i 1 1 i:i!iiia: with the
. i. atyled
II, 197t other-
lilt a bi nterad atralnat
you foi demanded in the
. omnlainl 01 etltloi
Thli notlci ahall i" published r..-ce
..., .-K f..r four msecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOR1D1AN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
ourl at Miami Florida on this
:i day of January, i!-:4
VRD P BRINKER
A- Clerk, Circuit Court
i iadi 'ounty, Florida
By I. FNEEDEN
A.- Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal 1
KWITNEY A K'ROOP
By: Richard 1 Kroon
Suit.- 612. 41" Lincoln Road
Miami Reach Florida 33139
Atti.mev (or Petitioner
Phone 618-7676
1/11-18-25 : 1
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Miami Monument Companf
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444-0921 444-092J
Closed On The Sobbctl.
Personaliz-d Memorials Custcm
Crafted In Our Own WorVshep.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
C VIL ACTION NO. 73-26323
(REDLAKE)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAHE OF
JONATHAN MARKSON.
PETITIONER.
and
LYNNE MARKSON,
RESPONDENT.
To LYNNE MARKSON
128-A Oxl ird Street
Camhrido-. Massachusetts 0213R
YOD Mill HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an actli t for Dissolution of Mar-
rlaai i" tiled aaalna! you and
you ,1-. required to m rve n copy of
1 m Ittei def. I if anv to it
on STEVEN BROTMAN, attorney
o,r Pal lloi addi sa Ii < IN E
LINCOLN ROAD urn DINO. SUITE
-"I. MIAMI REACH, FlyORIDA
I with the ilcrlt of
il... ,-.i,. ., :. ,1 court 00 or before
Febmarj '74; otherwise de-
fault will 1 entered aaalnal you tot
del : .1 in the complaint
.>t petition,
Thi- notl.....hall be published nr\-e
each weak for four ronS"CUtlv< weeks
In THE JEWISH Kl ORloIAN
WITNESS mv hand and the I ol
said court at Miami. Florida on ihla
8 dav '.if January. 174
RICH M-H P BRINKER
As Herk. 1 "In un 'ourt
lad.. Cr.untv. Florida
1" I S NEE I ?UN-
AS DeputJ d.-rk
(Cirri.
SWIOK1 B KATZ S. BROTMAN,
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MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA JS1SJ
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S-i -:. A Bi -'"' HIN P.A.
1 N '' I i'i Vvei ne
Miami. Florida 18121
Tel : 324-4655
1 IB-IB 2 1-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN that
the underalirned, deslrina to cnarage In
business under the fictitious nun. ol
DeMatteis Advisory Partnership at
9492 Byron Avenue, Surfaida, Florida
intend to rejflater .....I name vith the
Cl-rk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
County. Florida
Fred De Mnttela
Richard DeMati. I
Alfonso DeMatteia
Linda Meals
\ mour Deuts.-h
tai IANOFF BADER. BSQB
Attorneya for
DeMatteis- Advisory Partners-bin
?.11-18-2* 2'1
. ,-rs
Sun- I II ill Ave.
Miami. 1
1 of this notice on
in 1971
1 11-19-25 1/1
NOTICE OF AC TION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACIiON NO. 74-646
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
HELENS KAY RADEHAUOH
Petition, r
and
LOR EN EDWARD RADERAPC.H
Respondent.
TO Loren Edward Radehauah
4(11'.:. !; LTniVI iMly No .117
Meaa. Arizona
YOI7 ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an a.tion for DiHHnlution of Mar-
riage has been filed atainst you and
you ar.- required to serve a oooy of
vour written defenses, if any. to It
on Abe Koaa Baqulre, nttnrnev for
Petitioner, whose address la ini \ IV
12th Avenue. Miami. Florida 33128!
and file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or lie-
fore February 15 1H74: otherwise a
default will be entered aaalnal yon
for the relief demanded iii the coni-
t pet ition
Thi.- notice shall be published once
each week foi four consecutfvi weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORID!AN
WITNESS ni\ hand and the
said 1 ourt al Miami Florida on this
I January. 1974.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, 1 Ircull Coui 1
ur.tv. Florida
By a .1 RIVAS
I H puty Clerk
(Circuit CPurl .--i
\ 1.. Koaa Beau re
Stone & So tehln, PA.
101 v W 12th A.
Mm m 1129
Attorne) foi Petit lorn r
1/11-18-:'.-. I I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
CADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 74.1774
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
' ';. Mai 1 sg. 1 if
: \i;t Husband
.Y I'CHART.
Wife
-i BE\ ERI.Y DEH \<'T
Bouth Tib Bti eel
-' di 1 land Texas 77127
YOl' ARE HEREBY notified that
a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed aara nal you and you
ar.- hereby required to servi a copy
ol row answer or other pleading to
thi Petition on the Husband's attor-
ney. I ESTER ROOERS, whi ad-
- 1484 N W 17 Avenue. Mi-
ami, Florida 83128, and file th< orig-
inal with tl.i- Cl.-rk of On above
styled Court on or before thi. 1 day
of March. 1974. or Default will be
ad aaalnst vou.
DATED tins 1!> dav of January,
1974
RICHARD P BRINKER
Cl.rk of the Circuit Court
By A I RIVAS
m>i>utv Clerk
_____________________ 1/25 2/1-8-15
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-358
FRANK B DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in Kl,. Bi tate of
EDWARD KI.EINFEIJ>
deceai 1 .i
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
B late:
you an hi i.l.v notified and required
to present any claim* and demands
Which VOU may have against the es-
tate of Edward Kielnfeld d< t
late of D.i.l. County, Florida, to the
Circuit Judaea of Doda County, and
file Hie sain, in duplicate ai 'I as
i.r..w.led in Section 781 16, norida
Statutes In their offices in th. Coun-
ty Courthouai In Dade County, nor-
ida. within four calendar month) from
"" '"" ol the first publication here-
of, or tl same \< 1 ba bam .1
Filed al Miami, Florida, tins if. day
of January, A D 1974.
Qerti udi Newman
As Executrix
Fust publication ..f this notice on
daj of January, 1P74
DAVID M QONSHAK
Attornei foi Eatati
1497 N w ;
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY OTVEN that
in- undersigned, desti mt 1.
under the fictitious name of
PERI MAN PROPBRTTBfl
I 'P.. I o,kS.
aid nama
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
01 1 'ade '......|y, pio
_ .;', Proprietor
T \l lA.NOl K S BADER. ESOfi
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL N3T.CE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Oc THi
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUN'V
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74.170 (Schuiz)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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lati ( i EONA : i FKOWITZ '
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the Circuit JudRi I Da* County,
and (lie the dun md a
provided in .- iloti 9 '' Plorl In
Statutes In thi..... C'-un-
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
GENErlAL JUR SDICTION
DIV'SION
CASE NO. 7J-25:~
NOTICE Ev PUBLICATION
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More than 300 psrsons attended the annual JNF-Forte Tow-
ers banquet in the Fcr.tainebleau Hotel last wesk. Mrs.
Sarch Hcrcwitz iseo'ed, lef:) and Irving H. Greene, (center)
who wers the honorees. will have a woodland of trees es-
tablished in tht=ir names in the Gov. Reubin Askew Forest
Park in Israel. With therr. are Mr. Greene's guest, Mrs. Mirni
Schar.dez, and (standi-rr from left) Cantor Saul H. Breeh,
who sang the national anthem; Mrs. Gecrae Kc::i and Mr.
fto'.i.- '.- ho served 03 rhalrmcm of the event and presented
plcques to the honcre:?.
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third tion will be involve
in fli-rani'mcnt of t!'.-
hotel --;i ('! m> \
^Bte Crown Hotel was founded
by th- Waldman familyMrs. Mur-
ray Berkowitz' parents, tbbi y
Berk .vitz was graduated from thi
': brew Academy in Miami Bench.
Ye hi- I nii N r-Israel
1 'nil"ge in Toronto tt, son-
-.law of Murra;
:raduatsd from Yeshiva
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uisine, the crown
l.ii.y services in
gogue for the pa
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facilities, includin
areas, salt-water
one full block of
television in a;!
our's. card
::s already fair, ;:>
mjht club which
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strietlj kos er
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three seal ins.
a pects of the
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Hallandale. Rose Hecht. presi lent,
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f|,om Department of Florida offi-
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DADE COl MV
PROBATE DI -'ON
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NOTICE TO CREC-TORS
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SC-'CE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCT'VI SERVICE
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ELEVENTH JUD"C'AL C'RCU'T
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
C'VL ACTON NO 74--VT*
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Fame ..- permanent recognition of
his i on i i the to
SHth A total of oi !y 28 i
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M- .re ; lied Horn
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the pany. He i- a life
quahi..:. g member o' the
try's "Million D liar R
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Assoc.'ion of Life Underwriters,
and a nine-time recipient of the
National Quality Awa d for erv- ,
ice to client-. He i-- a charter m --
ber of the President's Council
Summit, Home Life's highest hon j
or g oup.
LEGAl NOTICE
IN THF CIRCU T COURT O- THE
ELEVENTH JUDCIAL C'RCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN A^iO ^OR
CADF COLNTV
PROPATE DIV'S'ON
P=PB'TE NO 74. =1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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STATE OF FLORIDA
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Friday, February \t
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IN GREATEST VARIETY* AT REASONABLE PRICES!________
SAVt 3 WAYSLHONEST VALUES!..BONUS SPECIALS 1..PIUS MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS!
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LIMIT ONE JUG. PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF S7QR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES.
MEAT NAMES HAVE CHANGED!
NOW WE IDENTIFY FOR VOU. THE SECTION OF THE ANIMAL FROM WHICH THE MEAT CAME.
THE CUTS ARE THE SAME. ONLY..THE NAMES HAVE BEEN CHANGED.
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK
Blade Roast 99?

FORMERLY CHUCK ROAST
U.S. CHOICFWESTFRN BEEF CHUCK
Under Blade Pot Roast
FORMERLY CALIFORNIA ROAST
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK
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FORMERLY LONDON BROIL
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AT ALL FOOD FAIR STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS FOR
THE GREATEST VALUES IN BEAUTIFUL
CauMsmMnj NATIONALLY KNOWN NAME BRAND GIFTS:
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
MOST OF OUR PRODUCE IS NOT PREPACKAGED
SO THAT YOU CAN BUY EXACTLY WHAT YOU NEE;.
FLAVORFUL
D'Anjou Pears
3BS $ I
FOR
FLORIDA WHITE
SHOULDER POT ROAST BONELESS............u $169
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GREAT FOR SALADS
Firm Ripe Tomates 6 Eg 29
GARDEN FRESH
Tangy Scallions 2bunches 39
PERFECT FOR SALADS _
Crisp Red Radishes 2 '.?* 19
EASY TO PEEL TEMPLE
ORANGES
10 69c
SPARETIME FROZEN CHICKEN OR
Meat Pot Pies
6-OZ.
PKGS .
ALL FLAVORS
P.P. Brand Sodas 10
12-OZ.
CANS
DEL MONTE
16-OZ
PKC
KEEBLER
Town House Crackers
QUICK TO FIX
Minute Rice...........................! 67c Hamburger Helper SB 61
57c Orange Drink 3 29{
BETTY CROCKER ALL VARIETIES
TRY ME I'M NEW! 99% FAT FREE! ALL FLAVORS
Les Cat Yogurt 4
FROZEN NON-DAIRY CREAMER -
Rich's Coffee Rich 4 &% s1
BIRDS EYE FROZEN
Mixed Vegetables !& 29c
HOLLOWAY HOUSE FROZEN W|TH __
Baked Potatoes CH p4kcz 49c
SWANSON S FROZEN
Turkey Entree .....................'&? 53c
SAVE ^-REFRESHING BEER
Milwaukee Brand
8-OZ.
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12-OZ.
POP-TOP
CANS
DELICIOUS
Flo-Sun Orange Juice 3 coun\rst 89c
MELLOW ACE
Cheese Spread &9V%
BORDEN S BIG TEN
buttermilk Biscuits 2 tt 39c
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FRIENDSHIP
Pot Cheese 'feS? 49(
99 FAT FREE
Power 99 Low Fat Milk HAcLofNGTAl 75'
ALL FLAVORS
AMERICAN KOSHER
Franks or Knocks
12-OZ $119
PKC
Borden's Yogurt 4 % $1
9 8 FAT FREE
Les Cal Cottage Cheese & 55'
AVAILABLE ONLY AT STORES HAVING SERVICE COUNTER*
ALL BAKED GOODS MADE WITH
PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING
FLOUNDER English Muffins
3 89c
FRESH
CAUGHT
89
PICKWICK
FRESH
BAKED
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO UMIT QUANTITIES. NONE SOLD TO OEAURS. NOT RESPONSIBLE
Service Aftfu&je* Qeftt!
AVAILABLE AT STORES HAVING SERVICE COUNTERS
All LUNCH MEATS CHEESE SLICED TO ORDER!
NOVA SCOTIA
SALMON
FRESHLY ? "Mr QUARTER
SLICED LB.
AIL DARK MEAT _
Turkey Roll T 95c
LONCACRE Mg%.
White Chicken Roll QU^M49B
DANISH IMPORTED _
Jarlsberg Cheese.................T 75e
IMPORTED ICELAND m 1
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FOR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS.


Anti-Semitic Priest Still Making it in US.
By DAVID HOROWITZ
On March 1, 1962. Congressman
Seymour Halpern read into the
Congressional Record a statement
on the bloody Bucharest pogrom
of Jam iry. 1941, which, he said,
"raged in the streets of Bucha-
rest" and 'were conducted by the
anti-Semitic Iron Guard and its
ally, the National Union of Ru-
manian Christian Students. .
Pillage, arson, robbery', and foul
murder ruled the day: synagogues
were looted and sacked, and
homes and offices were destroyed
and hundreds of Jewish men,
women and children were mas-
sacred in an indescribably bestial
manner."
DEEPLY CONCERNED, Hal
pern went on to state that 'these
unhappy events are noted here
now not merely because their an-
niversarythe 21strecalls them
grimly to mind, but because some
of the leading culorits remain un-
punished, enjoying life in Spain,
in Latin America, and one of
them in the United States itself.
This man walks the streets of one
of our great cities freely and hon-
orably.
"His name." Halpern said in
"Otewisli Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, February 1, 1974
Section C

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EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the last of a two-part series by
columnist David Horowitz, veteran United Nations corre-
cpondent, who has for the past five years been engaged in
exposing the wartime fascist activities of Valerian D. Trifa,
who is currently a bishop in Michigan heading the Ruman-
ian Orthodox Episcopate of Amer der investigation by the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization
Service on charges that he lied about his past anti-Semitic
activities and membership in Rumania's Fascist Iron Guard
when he applied for admission to the US. in 1951 and for
U.S. naturalization in 1957.
r
loud tones, "is Valerian Trifa.
From the mid-1930s he began to
play a leading role in the Fascist
National Union of Rumanian
Christian Students. ... I learned
I !'.
that despite his heinous back-
ground, this person was admitted
to the United States as a dis-
placed person in July, 1950. With-
in a year, it is reported that he
Rabbi Kronish
Reindncted As
Bonds Officer
By Special Report
NEW YORKDr. Leon Kronish
of Miami Beach has been reinduct-
ed as an officer of the National
Campaign Cabinet of the Israel
Bond Organization, Samuel Roth*
berg, general
chairman of Is-
rael Bonds, an-
nounced here.
Rabbi Kron-
ish, spiritual
leader of Tern-
pie Beth Sho-
lom, will once
again serve as
National Cam-
paign cochair-
man, a post he
Rabbi Kronish was named to in
January, 1973.
He served as a national vice chair-
"It continues to be a deep mys- nian of Israel Bonds (or 10 vearSi
tery as to who arranged for a and was formcr ehairman of the
former Rumanian Nazi, once con- National Rabbinic Cabinet for Is-
victed by a court-martial, to give raej gon(js
the opening prayer in the U.S.
Senate May 11. The gentleman in Rabbi Kronish, who visited Is-
question is Viorel Trifa. a for- rael immediately following the
mer leader of the Iron Guard who outbreak of the Yom Kippur War
was 'ordained' as a member of
the clergy of the Rumanian Or-
thodox Church, and as Bishop
Valerian he is now serving in the
city of Detroit."
HAVING EXPOSED the Ru
manian anti-Semite in his broad-
cast of May 29. 1955 the late col-
umnist Drew Pearson once again
had this to say in his syndicated
column of June 4, 1955:
helped instigate an armed insur-
Continued on Page 6-C
Richard Pettigrew Candidate
For United States Senate
tributions must be carefully lim-
ited.
"As we bounce from the crisis
oi inflation to the shortages of
water, paper, and oil. and we see
h" public wind up doing most of
the suffering, we must recognize
that the political system has be-
.ome partially paralyzed and thai
the public's interest is not being
-t rved.
it is not hopeless," Pettigrev
concluded. "We can change it. The
: ps I recommend today are n |
special election. I am giving notice new or oncina! but they are
achieve and require persiste ice
.md determmati "over, tri^y
require that the people of Florida
iccept nothing less"
Richard A. Pettigrew has formal-
ly announced his candidacy for the
Democratic nomination to the
United States Senate seat now oc-
cupied by Edward Gurney.
"In 1972. I was elected to a four-
year term in the Florida State
Senate." Pettigrew said in his an-
nouncement 'While our State's
resign-to-run law- doc- n >
to federal elections, I will
prior to qualifying in July
law so thai the vacan<
be filled without th expense ol
oi my intention t" resign now so
potential candidal I may govern
themselvi acc< dingly.
"Our country finds itself in the
midst of a scries of crises partly
due to its own policv failure
These failures are mainly the fail-
uies of leadership.
"While we have demanded im-
p. ecable honesty in key 1.
posts, wo have found moral
neutrality or worse, While we
have longed for profiles in moral
and political courage, we have suf-
fi red under those who seek to
follow eveiv wind that blows: who
s-.'ik to appoa-'1 every clamor: who
never willing to take political
risk for the public good. The dif-
ficulties we face in the nation de-
r. and tiiat we exercise far more
, re in selecting our leaders.
"] run for tne U S Senate be-
cause I am committed to supply-
ing the kind of leadership re-
quired.
i will be addressiqg many
I in the month-
- [ w, : ,rn'.o now to the
,. -.;. i uestion facinc us all
n we restore public con-
r lence in the political process? I
feel we must take si me specific,
but extraordinary, step-:
To oi en uo full} thed cisi in-
making procc-s by ending unnec-
egl :, in Congress and the
Executive Branch.
To requir. "' "'
Cor.: s, the President and all
key fedi ral officials to make an-
nual public disclos ii in-
come tax returns and net worth
statements.
To adopt tough coi flict of
intere-t requirements to pi event
special interest grouj i front us-
filtrating and manipulating public
regulatory agencies which an
supposed to be regulating them.
To adopt strong lobbyist con-
trol registration and disclosure
laws to prevent the exertion of
improper influence on congreat-
men and other decision-mak^
The supplying of free trips and
heavy honorariums must be pro-
hibited.
To enact strong campaign
financing laws to eliminate the
.*> "greening" of the Congress and
"of the Presidency. Private con-
Spring Fashion Show
At 'Beth David Day'
Beth David Sisterhood will hold
its annual "Beth David Day'' Wed-
nesday at 11 a.m. at Kings Bay
Country Club. A gourmet lunch-
eon will be served.
Highlight of the affair will be a
Spring fashion show featuring
members and their children as
models. Sponsors of the luncheon
will be honored.
RICHARD A. PtTTIGRiW
Youth Symphony Concert
South Florida Youth Sytnpi.v.iy
Orchestra will present a conceit
at CTA Towers on Brickell Ave
Saturday. Feb. 9. starting at 8 p m
Set v Zazofsky, musical director,
..ill condor the program which is
>->r>n to th^ public at no charge.
Oct. 6, is serving as spokesman
for the Greater Miami delegation
at the Prime Minister's Israel
Bonds Conference this week in
Jerusalem.
Musical Concerts
Sponsored By
LZO and WC
The Labor Zionist Alliance and
the Workmen's Circle are spon-
soring a concert and musical revue
Sunday evening, Feb. 10, at Miami
Beach High Scnoor.
Evelyn Weiner is in charce of
*<' '- Funds raised will 40 the
Workmen's Circle children s
school.
The Yiddish Musical Review will
Star Ben Bonus and Minna Bern
in "Chay to Life" with featured
players Rente Solomon, Bernard
Sauer and Yona Carol.
Next The Ocean Shortage
Arc you ready tor an-
other scarcity? Now, the
AtlanticOceanisinshort
supply- Patrician Towers
South' offers 1(H) feet of
private beach right on
that dwindling ocean. Ev-
ery expansive apartment
overlooks it through
floor-to-ceiling glass walls.
Or, you can do your ocean-
watching from your pri-
vate balcony. No balcony
at Patrician Towers South
is less than 43 feet long. Many are 63 feet.
Every room in every available apart-
ment opens onto this balcony (except the
bath dressing room, in itselt the size ot
some living rooms).
In the prestigious Palm Beaches, apart-
ments must be luxurious in size and ap-
pointments. Usually, that means price.
too. Not here. We bought the land before
the crunch. Builders looking for land to-
day are faced with moratoriums and com-
munity resistance. We may be the last
chance to buv a luxury apartment on the
ocean at an extraordinarily reasonable
Especially in the desirable Palm Beaches, price. And, if you buy,
you don't have a long wait
before you move in. We're
planning on occupancy
in March.
You should see Patri-
cian Towers South if only
for the unique floating rec-
reation deck that sweeps
completely around the
ocean side.of the building
one floor above the beach
like the deck of a luxury
liner. Almost three acres
of space for strolling, swimming in the
heated pool, sun bathing, tennis, shuttle-
board and sharpening your putting.
Like the ocean, it's something you don t
see every day.
Check These Features:
Men's and women's health elubs / Lard-
Party Room Pool Tables, Hobby Room
Saunas Corned, garage parking in-
cluded in purchase price L>-1 hour guard
and TV security Tonus Court.
Priced surprisingly from $49,500. Some
surprising terms available, also.
PatricianTowers South
Phone: Palm Beach: 5 588-8101

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complex with tennis and shuffieboard courts and more than a half million dollars worth :' :^ facilities. Drive cut to see
why pecple are "saying such rne tnmgs about Carnage Hills.
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Energy Crisis Not New How Others Dealt With It Before
^PEAKING about the energy
crisis. Samuel Gompers. the
first president of the American
Federation of Labor, once told
hi>w in his early days as a cigar
maker a fellow worker solved
the problem of keeping warm.
His particular problem was
keeping warm in winter when
outside. The usual method is to
have an overcoat.
However, Gompers tells us
this fellow, Al linger, found a
cheaper method: making lecbay-
ims. Unger figured it out this
way.
IN SPRING and summer, he
didn't need an overcoat The
only time he needed it was in
the short winter period. But a
drink of whiskey, he reasoned.
kept him just as warm as an
overcoat and a drink only cost
10 cents. By taking five drinks
a day he would keep warm all
day. This would be cheaper than
buying an overcoat.
But times have changed since
Gompers told this story. Today
a drink of, whiskey costs much
more thaifrTr^ents.
But the Unger system still
has some advantages. Whiskey
does more than keep you warm.
If overcoats could do what whis-
key does, people would wear
overcoats even in summer.

OUR GOOD cabbie friend,
Gideon, called us up the other
day to suggest that if all the
people who have gas in the
stomach or suffer from heart-
burn would make their supplies
available, that might help solve
the energy problem.

The great Hassidic Rabbi Leiv
Yitzchok of Berdichev would
perhaps have welcomed the en-
ergy crisis. He thought people
rushed around too much. One
time he saw a man running.
"Why are you running so?"
he asked.
"I am going after my liveli-
hood." said the man.
"How do you know that your
livelihood is not behind you?'
asked the rabbi.
WE LIVE in a world where
everyone seems to be in a hurry.
For what? Newton discovered
the Law of Gravitation while
sitting under an apple tree. As
we recall, we remarked one
our good editorial friend Philip
Slomowitz, the cause of litera-
ture has been vastly retarded by
an excess of energy. To write a
book one has to be able to sit
still, or as Sinclair Lewis pu! it.
one has to fasten one's rear to
the bottom of a chair and keep
it fastened.
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C-^aW Playboy Magazine Stirred Feeling

Haifa
^SPECIALLY IN time of stress there is need to
relax the tensions. Goodness knows, Israel
does not have too much to laugh and smile about
these days, hence the Playboy Magazine scandal
received considerable attention.
The whole thing began, it appears, during a
discussion between Mrs. Nina Katzir, first lady of
the land, and American Ambassador Kenneth
Keating. Presumably they were talking about lei-
sure time problems of the men at the front.
SOMEONE SUGGESTED it might help the
boys to while away the hours if they could leaf
through copies of Playboy magazine. Ambassador
Keating said he thought he could obtain some.
Mrs. Katzir gave the project her blessing and her
auspices.
Announcement that the President's wife was
sponsoring the distribution of 3.000 copies of
Playboy brought immediate reactions ranging all
the way from indignation to enthusiasm. For
days the papers were filled with letters.
MIRA EITAN, a girl serving in the army,
was upset at the "discrimination." She demanded
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simultaneous distribution of magazines showing
nude males.
Another woman. Dr. Avital Cohen, objected
that Playboy presents woman as a thing, an object
of male sexual desire, of flesh for sale, as an ani-
mal, not a human being. How could the Presi-
dent's wife of all people. .
Zevulun Hammer. Deputy Minister of Edu-
cation, objected on the frounds that the nude
photos for which Playboy is famous would corrupt
the morals of our youth. To be sure, he did not
mean either to offend the wife of the President
nor to injure the friendly relations between
Israel and the U.S.
THE SOLDIERS themselves gave a mixed
reaction Do you have so little faith in us as to
think that pictures of naked girls would lead us
astray? If we could stand firm in the face of the
enemy, we certainly won't buckle before a few
pictures even in color.
Another soldier, member of the chaplaincy
corps, sermonized sadly. A high sense of morality
is what distinguishes our soldiers from those of
other armies, he said, i
(hip Bohlens Clear View
Of Soviet Jewry's Plight Today


"pEW ambassadors in American
history have been so highly
admired as Charles Eustie (Chip)
Bohlen. a genuine super-diplomat
whose expertise on the Soviet
Union is now legendary.
Bohlen. who died of cancer at
age 69 on New Year's Day, ex-
celled in getting along with So-
viet officials and had a eenius for
precise reporting of what they
were saying.
HIS EXTENSIVE knowledge of
the Russian language, together
with his enormous popularity, en-
abled him, after becoming U.S.
ambassador to Moscow in 1953. to
rank as one of the world's fore-
most specialists on the Soviet
Union.
Upon his death, diplomats and
newsmen joined in memorializing
his outstanding personal and of-
ficial qualities. Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissinger wrote Mrs
*^cuntonr ^fj. &L~iev
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Social and Economic History of Poland's Jews
|>ernard D. Weinryb's "The Jews
of Poland" (Jewish Publica-
tion Society $10. 409 pp. plus
index) is a social and economic
history of the Jewish community
in Poland from 1200 to 1800.
The book is not a rehash of
Simon Dubnow's three-volume
history of the Jews in Russia and
Poland. Weinryb writes in the
modern historically scientific
style and supplies ample foot-
notes to indicate his sources.
MANY OF these sources are
primary and were unknown to
Dubnow. The book is a significant
account of the community that
became, in less than 300 years,
the backbone and fountain of
Ashkenazi culture secular and
religious.
The chapters on Messianism,
Hassidism and Hiassidim will be
of great interest to the laymen
who are non-historically minded.
The author draws upon Gershom
Scholem for the Messianic chap-
ter, as well as utilizing his knowl-
edge acquired from new sources
and his profound grasp of Polish
history.
From all points of view.
Weinryb has produced a book
that blends the important con-
cepts involved in Jewishness and
Polishness.
"BALM IN Gilead," by Marlin
Levin (Schocsen Books, $7.95,
174 pp.) with a forward by Golda
Meir, is the story of Hadassah. It
is primarily a "hou=e history"
since th- au'.Uor was comrri--
sioned by Hadassah to write it.
He has earned his fee since he
has interwoven the history of the
Yishuv with Hadassah's growth.
Of course, the relationships with
other Zionist groups, inter-organi-
zational strife, and other affairs
of the external or extra-curricular
activities of some of the past of
ficers who acted in the name of
the membership is either omitted
or barely mentioned.
Bohlen: "Your husband's mem-
ory will serve as an inspira-
tion and example to those who
follow him in the American dip-
lomatic service."
H^S CREDENTIALS, therefore,
nuke all the more impressive his
views on the Soviet government's
official attitude towards Jewry
and Israel. A year after his re-
tirement from the service. Boh-
len expressed those views at a
dinner of the Washington Chap-
ter of the American Jewish Com-
mittee.
Bohlen was pliin and clear
that there was very little chance
that the Soviet government, in
its thrust into the Middle East,
would look upon Israel with
svni^athy even though it had So-
viet support, for political reasons,
at the time of its creation in 1948.
"I wish with all my heart I
coull give you hope for Jews in
the Soviet Union." Bohlen de-
clared "But the logic of devel-
opment in the Middle East where
the Soviets are digging in deeper
and deeper, especially in Egypt,
means that they will become
more and more anti-Israel."
Two elements, he said, were
responsible for the Soviet gov-
ernment's attitude towards the
Jevri-h people. "One," he said,
is the basic ideology of the Com-
munist Party in the Soviet Union,
jnd the other is the State of
Israel itself.
THE DEEPER the Soviet Union
became involved in the Middle
East the worse anti-Semitism
would get in Russia, he also said.
The history of events have proved
him right most of the way. In his
official time in Moscow, e-migra-
tion wts virtually nil The night
in' --toke, Jewish emigration had
begun at the rate of about a thou-
sand a month.
/
Many Day School Administrators Work Toward Graduate Degrees
i\N THE premise that Jewish day school administra-
tors can handle their responsibilities more effec-
tively if they are trained in modern management and
ruiministrative skills, 33 men and two women are study-
ing in New York for a master of business administra-
tion degree in what the sponsors called the first pro-
gram of its kind in the day school movement.
All of the "students" are members or associate
members of the National Association of Hebrew Day
School Administrators (NAHDSA), an affiliate of
Torah Umesorah, the National Society for Hebrew
Day Schools.
THE TWO- year course is being given in conjunc-
tion with the New York Institute of Technology, a
business school accredited bv the Middle States Associa-
tion, according to Dov Milians, who is executive co-
ordinator of NAHDSA and director of Torah Ume-
sorah's professional enrichment department. The
courses began last September.
The courses, which are taught at Torah Umesorah's
Manhattan headquarters by institute faculty members.
mini
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are given on Sunday afternoons from 12:45 p.m. to
7:15 p.m.
The class schedules were set up to assure there
would be no interference with the administrator's
duties. One of the two women students is a day school
administrator and the other plans to enter the field.
TORAH UMESORAH experts check out the teach-
ers for the classes to assure a sympathetic understand-
ing of the Orthodox outlook of the Hebrew day school
philosophy. The institute checks out the teachers for
their qualifications for the courses. Milians said.
Many of the participants have rabbinical ordination
but lack the requisite secular knowledge. Others have a
bachelor of arts degree but lack such required skills as
accounting, calcu'.u; and statistics.
Accordingly, there are alternating Sunday sched-
ules. Those requiring special instruction for secular
knowledge attend classes on odd Sundays.
IN TWO vears. the students can acquire the 42
eraduate credits needed for an MBA 45 without a
thesis while also making up undergraduate credits
they Deed. Most of the 35 are enrolled in both cate-
gories of courses, Milians said.
The students with associate membership in
NOHPSA are voung peopl* with bachelor's degrees and
an intensive Hebrew school background


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Friday, February 1, 1974
JWVA Schedule Includes
Services to VA Hospital
Agency, where he has lectured on
1.'i ma aspects of Jewish and He-
The activities of the Jewish War
Veterans. Department of Florida.
I.a-T -s Auxiliary, are as follows:
Kay Lingaton. chairman of the
department advisory board, has
advised that a meeting of the board
will be held at the home of Ceil
Zucker, 630 NE 171st St.. Mon-
day evening.
Norman Bruce Brown 174: Sat-
urday. Mae Schreiber, Sylvia Lieb-
man and Belle Swartz will service
the telecart al the Veteran Admin-
istration Hospital. Tuesday tu-
ning, nomination of new officers
will take place at a meeting to be
held at the Pythian Hall, 4601
West Flagler St. The friendship
gavel will be presented to aux-
iliary president Esthei M. Ja
by Bessie Gibber, department film
lihi hip travelling
gavi nan.
Weal Miami 223: Eva
Pe .
. 1 ha v
jee tl 1 rt at the VA Ho pital,
irdaj evening a ward
party will be h >st< d bj the aux-
ary. Thursday at 8:15 p.m. a
in, ei 1 be held al the h
of past a ixiliarj president 1
Gold, conducted by Natalie Rosen-
be lent.
Morn) Solomon 243: A regular
meeting will be held Tuesday at s
p.m. at Temple Zamora, Coral
Gables, conducted by Evelyn
Lowe, president. Monday, Tanya
Levine, hospital chairman, assisted
by Stella and Sol Upton will serv-
ice the telecart at the VA Hospital
Miami Beach 330: A regular
meeting will be held Thursday
evening, Feb. 7. at the Le ioi
Hall. Alton Rd. and 17th St. Pearl
Herman is auxiliary president.
Victor B. Freedman 613: Rose
Hecht. president, will conduct a
meeting Monday, at Home Federal
Bank Bldg.. Hallandale.
Dr. Lehrfield
Guest Speaker
At Beth El
Wednesday at 8 p.m.. the cul-
tural program of Temple Beth El.
Hollywood, hosted by the Brother-
hood, will present Dr. David Lehr-
field. spiritual leader of Kneseth
Israel Congregation, who will
speak on "Sex. Marriage and Di
vorce; The Jewish View." Alfred
Golden is chairman.
Dr. Lehrfield was ordained at
the Hebrew Theological College
of Chicago, and while holding the
pulpit at Kneseth Israel Congrega-
tion, received advanced degrees
in Hebrew Literature and Rabbinic
Law from the Israel Torah Re-
search Institute.
Dr. Lehrfield is on the board of
the Hebrew Academy and the Me-
sivta of Greater Miami. He served
as president of the Mizrachi of
Greater Miami and is president of
the Orthodox Rabbinical Council.
In 1972, Dr. Lehrfield received the
coveted Shalom Award for out-
standing work on behalf of the
State of Israel. He is on the staff
of the Florida International Uni-
versity as an adjunct lecturer in
Judaica. A question and answer
period will follow.
Proceeds will go to the Youth
Activities Fund.
Israeli Artists' Works
On Exhibit at Judea
Beaux Arts of Temple Judea
will present the work of a group
of Israeli artists in an exhibit
opening Saturday. Feb. 16, at 7
p.m. Nahum Arbel, artist, will
greet the guests.
The show will continue Sunday.
Feb. 17, from 11 to 4 p.m.. and
through Friday. Feb. 22. from 3 to
5 p.m. Oils, sculpture, batiks and
original jewelry will be featured.
North Shore 677: Sara Young,
hospital chairman, will service the
t leca t at the VA Hospital evi ry
Tuesday.
Hialeah Miami Spring 681: A
breakfast meeting will be held
Sunday morning at Temple Tife
reth Jacob. Hialeah, conducted by
Eva DeYoung, president.
Abe Ilonowitz 682 and Robert
K. Franzblau 177 will cohost a
Rcc Hall party at the VA Hospi-
tal Wednesday.
Harry H. Cohen 723: Ruth Frank.
senior citizens chairman, auxiliary
president Lillian Kevoe, and Ann
Stone, will visit the Miami Beach
Home for the Aged on Sunday.
Thursday morning, Feb. 7. Ruth
Spiegel, hospital chairman, Mrs.
iv voe Sa a Tillman and Harriet
in, will service the telecarts
at the VA Hospital.
Colonel David Marcos 746: A
I m -oting for nominations
election oi officers for 1974-78
will be held Wednesday at 8:30
p m. at the 1 1 leral, 650
NW 183rd St.. conducted by Flo
Wrona, president. Thursday,
Feb. 7. Esther \\ inst in, hospital
lirman, Mrs. Wrona, Claire
Pearlman and Diana Duke will
service the telecart at the VA Hos-
pital.
South Dade 778: Sandi Simon
and Evelyn Cleiu will assist in the
Taj Sachs testing to be held at
Temple Beth Am Sunday.
Pcet Grade Wil! Speak to YIVO
w-i w*mw r ature, as well as Jewish
Noted Yiddish poet Cha ing a poet, Grade ha Eastern Europe
Grade will lecture al a meeting oi been awarded the honorarj degree
the YIVO Forum al Temple Beth Doctor 01 Hebre* Literatu 1 Grade Is also scheduled to ap-
Sholom Wednesday at 8 p.m ;!:>' Jewish Theological pear al .1 meeting of the YIVO
le's topic will be "Wilno Seminary. Forum al Temple Beth sholom
rerusalem oi Lithuania." He has b?en a guest of the Israel ''''' 13, who. he will discuss "The
An outstanding novelist in addi- Government and of the Jewish Great Writer Ansky."
Liqhthouse Hcrbor, Liqhthouse Bay and
and Lighthouse View Condominiums, just
north cl Pcmpanc Beach in prestigious Light-
hovss Pcint, typing what Florida living is
ell about. The three low-rise residencas of-
fer a varied selection of lifestyles and price
ranges with immediate occupancy. Located
in an established residential neighborhood
near the finest shopping facilities in the
southeast Fic:ida. you can truly "listen to
quiet'
THIS AD
COULD
SAVEYOU
SlOOO
WHEN YOU
If you are one of the thousands
ofJews who came to Florida
to live but still own a cemetery
plot up north, your death could
prove very costly to your
survivors.
Consider the cost of ship-
Qthe casket and remains
. Consider the long
distance phone calls. Consider
that one or more family
members will fly back for the,
funeral. The cost of accom-
modations while they are
there.
Your inexpensive burial
plot could become very
expensive.
There is a much more
sensible alternative.
You could buy. outright, a
plot at Lakeside Memorial
Park for a mere $250.00.
This is what you will get
for that $250.00:
1. A beautifully serene
memorial garden setting with
an eight acre reflecting lake.
Most northern cemeteries
are old and depressingly
unnattractive.
2. Perpetual care at no
extra cost. Practically all
northern cemeteries charge
an annual fee for care. In a
few years, the cost of this care
could exceed the price of a new
plot at Lakeside.
3. A place your family,
friends and relatives can visit.
Lakeside Memorial Park is a
short bus ride from anywhere
in the Miami area.
See Lakeside Memorial
Park for yourself. It's the kind
of decision you should not
put off. We're located at
N.W. 251 th St. at 103rd Ave.,
Miami. Phone 305-592-0690.

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How to buy a nice
home near Dadeland
for under $50,000.
Two minutes from Jordan Marsh,
just across the Palmetto, we're
building townhouses that offer a lot
more than most houses.
More conveniences, more luxury,
more freedom, more living.
And they start at $44,500 for
two bedrooms.
Including air conditioning,
wall-to-wall shag carpeting, deluxe
Westinghouse kitchens, washers, and
dryers.
Three bedrooms from $46,500.
Here's what you get. And don't
get.
Individuality. Our townhouses
are multi-level. Each section faces a
different way, and has a different
number of units.
Spaciousness. Much bigger
rooms than other townhouses. You
can keep all your furniture.
Like living in a village. Every
townhouse overlooks
green grass and shade trees. Has
its own private, walled patio.
You'll walk to a little shopping center
on winding paths.
Things to do. You can give
parties, play billiards, meet friends in
the beautiful community center.
Swim in one of our heated pools.
Play tennis or handball on some
of the best courts in Dade County.
No maintenance. We cut the
grass, take care of landscaping,
exterior painting, for a small
monthly fee.
To see how much house a town-
house can give you, take Kendall
Drive to S.W. 79th Ave. ^
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Anti-Semitic Priest Still Making it in U.S.
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Continued from Page I-C
rection against the Ante:
government before Pear! M.
when Antonescu protected
from persecution.
"TRIFA." PEARSON,
in his expose, 'icd tntt-Stmitic
riots hefore the German Legat 1
in January, 1941, and was later
sentenced to life imprisonment.
The amazing tiling is not only
that he was permitted to give the
Sen ite opening prayer, but that
. as .ii 0 ad nitted to the
United states as 1 displaced per
son. The Displaced Persons \ el
was passed for the benefit of refu
t es fleeing from terror sAiome.
Trifa. who helped create terror,
was admitted under this act July
15. 1950."
Walter Winchell, in his broad-
if Sept. 9, 1951, called Val-
erian Trifa a "murderer"' refer
New York Dentist
Fingered Trifa
ring to him as being one of the
"Nazi leaders who help I Hitler
IdU American GI's." He urged
that the Senate e, nducl a thor-
1 no) onlj of
:,,, bul ils 1 of his associates.
Despite all the evidence pro-
duced bj the tenuine Ruman-
ian relig mis authorities, bj I hief
Rabbi Mos Rosen, bj leaden of
the World Ji wish Congress, and
by many other reliable sources
pointing to Ttifa's guilt as 1 war
criminal, somehow this cunning
butcher of Bucharest managed to
evade arrest or extradition.
Having gained a host of like-
minded friends" in the I'.S. and
Canada who aided him unto the
Dr. Charles H. Kremer. whom
United Nations Correspondent
David Horowitz refers to in
two-part series in The J(
Floridian on Bishop Valerian
Trifa as "a cry in the wilderness
aeaint the atrocities commit'' I
by the Iron Guard under Trifa."
is in Miami Beach for a United
Jewish Appeal committee meet-
ins.
Dr Krenier, a New V irk den-
tist elhped brin mal atten-
t in to Trif ,:1 wren the
United Rumanian Jews of Amer
iea pub i b )Ok Bfttitl I
): a."
KREMER FIRST came to the
Unit< St. tes fi m Rum nia in
1919 to escaj Semitic
ions in his mother coun-
try.
"The man wh
perse \. C. C
Kremi 1 I for Th rev ih
I this week
later st tnself afti
At th
I d Rumanian Jewish of
published their expose
of Trifa. Dr Kremer a]
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toward I ...
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NOT ttNl.V
id
1, and I
citi n in 1057.
"Two years ago." said K-emer.
'I wrote so mam letters to Presi-
Nixon about Trifa that the
finally did something
- .'. "
Annually, the President and
Mrs. Nixon invite the head- oJ
various churches and relig) iu
bodies throughout th? country U
akfa-t at the White House
IN RESPONSE to Dr Kramer's
Utters to the President
Trifa has been taken off the list
invitees.
"Also." declared Dr Krenier
I have written to man)
rnors and senators asking
them not ; > honor Trifa with let-
ters of congratulation and recog-
nition as bishop of the Rumanian
Orthod >x Episcopate at the an-
nual meetings of Triia's church."
Kremer was presidenl of the
I : Rumanian Jews ( \m r
iea from 150 -o 19:>4, and has

He has been preside il if thi
1-van Jewish m oi
America since 1957.
he is chaiwnan of thi ->, ak
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lent of th< N '. Y rk on"
Zionist 1
, ...
On 1 brief
the UJA meeti
the Atlantic Towers Hotel
Miimi Beach,
DR. CHARLES KMMIR
persistent pressure
St Cantors Assembly
Plans One-Day Seminar
A one day seminar of the South-
ern Region, cantor- Assembly, has
I' I 11 -lated for Monday at Ten
Emanu-EI, Miami Beach, accor I
t Canl r Saul H, Breeh, r 1
chairman.
las at R:r?o p m., Cantor
ic] Rosenbaum, national ex-
ecutive vice president, will add --
I; > !. adors of the Gn ater Miami
Synagogues at the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation bid;*.. 4'JCO i;>
caj ne Blvd.
Harmony BBW Meel
B'na. B'rith Worn 1 flat n 0 ly
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closely questioned about
the accusations
."
In simpler words, the l
t on Service took his rd "fot
whatever was asked.
With a former [ron G
nary such as Vali
enjoying all the benefits
ican cithsenshin and fui

VAURiAN TRIfA
secure refuge
acquisition of American citizen-
ship May 13, 1957. his task in
continuing his masquerading role
i "holy priest" was mad" easii r
for him
THE BHi lie became one of his
most potent weapons: he denied
that, as a leader of the Rumanian
Christian Students tlroup and as
an antagonist of Marshal An;
1 SCU, he had anything to do with
the anti-Semitic pogroms during
the Hitlerian period
Trifa also found secure "ref-
uge" in what he knew was I
popular platform in the west
immunlsm. Rumania's Com-
munist government, he charged,
ying to uet me fur political
; :r; This. appa;
d F n
-t by Dr. Joai him Prinz, 1
man for the Department
Justice, Edwin Guthman passed
the matter off lightl) with I
following remarks
tests regarding his 1
enee in th- I S. based on il
i Iron Guard and anti-Sem-
activities abroad, were re-
C( iyi I aft t he entered -.he
United St il is As a result, ex
haustive im ..
chai inal him wen con-
a period of ye 11
revl
fficials of the I 1 on
aot estab ish any
n which <
'i is might be instil iti

Mr) at
trj .
*l BSEQI i.Mll, ,.-
'i for naturalization, be 11
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he
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freely a< a leader of tens 1
sands of individuals all
America and Canada
knows how many the 1
other such former ant S
Fascists and Nazis res
r-dt it mav now b
dcrstandable and no moi
I 1 why synagogues conl
h h- d. why saiictuam
eteries are desecrated
put to flames at an ace- Ii
pace.
IT IS still not too lab
, ivernmenl to reopen its .
gation of tho Iron G
derer who was admitti
I S under false pretem -
decades ago.
In the course of this -
investigations he Inti
number of Individuals,
I-rael and in Rumania .1- a 35
he-e in the U.S who I
tonally witnessed the
1941 poffrom. Ail of th<
exception, testified
mcl thai they had sec:: V n
11 lead and participati
peer 'in
Among those intervii
Moshe Mauer Shor. ed
Rumanian-Israeli
la." and Rabhi V
I Tel Aviv who saw his '
ered bv his side in
1 tside Bucharest. Mil
he himself m
he crawled awa> from tl
In the JilsA 1 wot
ONE (' the several
1 America Is th noted
' Vmerican Christian -
Constantin Antohovici,
r iron Guardist h
n : to an op) is
c tafirmed all the facts
1 this article. "1 '
aandeer the
the writer in one o( '
n lew held w H
Phe wril
> Dr. Ch
inian Jewish Fedi 1
more than two dei
1 ner*s protestin 1
b en .1 er; in the '
the al 1
thi Ir in Guard under
n
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Not the Last Nail in President's Coffin
By JOSEPH A I.SOP
WASHINGTON The strange
House tape may not be the last
nail in the President's political
coffin. But in the mild language
of the new Republican leader of
the House, Rep. John Rhodes of
Arizona. "It certainly isn't going
to help."
There are other developments
in the wind that are not going to
help, either. For example, a
friendly warning has now been
passed to the President by influ-
ential members of the Joint Com-
mittee on Internal Revenue Taxa-
tion.
The warning was thai he really
must "gel his tax problems solv-
ed" be! ire the committee goes to
work in earnest,
THIS ( OMMITTEE was chosen 1
by 1 e mos
liki favoral le to nil 1 \ el
, ised by th
Pr< -
and mon
lean to the vi thai there wa
no j tifical on for the arg< a>
deduct) m taken for the Nixon
.....
The 1 v is bai in the I '11
calitj thai the gift of the paper
was 'i'' "completed prior lo th
cutofl n gifts of thi
Unfoi tun. tely, th< hnicalih
is very much parl of the law; and
t that wa completed"
until after the 1969 cutoff date
is undoubtedly nondeductible. II
the President heeds the warning
therefore, he "ill have to make
a horribl} unpleasant choice.
EITHER HE musl admit erroi
and b ate Ij pa) the resulting
taxi nd penalties, or h* mu si
simpi) hi pe against hope for t
I kind of committee re
port. despite the intimation thai
an unfavorable report is a ser<
ous likelihood.
To make this matter worse, fir
joint committee is expected tc
Iromplete its work as lat* a
April. So .1 report thai the Presl
dent has failed to pay a very
sum owed to the Intcrnd
Revenue Service if this is in i
deed the outcome will almost
exactly coincide with the pay
ments of painful sums to the IRS
by jusl about all the voters in
this country.
IT NOW seems to be the rule,
in truth, that each great trouble
encountered by the President is
hardly out of the way before an
other t: ouble, equally great, crops
up to make new headlines.
Meanwhile, another dangerou?
aspect of Richard M. Nixon's po
litical situation is now beyond
any n asonable possibility of
doubt. In brief, the President can
no longc r count on real aid or
support from the majority of
Republicans in the House and
Senate.
Listen To Children
Training Sessions
Training sessions for the "Listen
to Children" program of the Men-
tal Health Association will take
place Feb 5 and 12 from 9 to 11:30
a.m.. at 800 Brickell Plaza, accord-
ing to an announcement made by
Dr. Elizabeth Metcalf. Dresident.
"Volunteers, over 16, who can
give three hours per week to listen
to elementary school children with
problems, are needed," according
to Dr. Metcalf.
Interviews take place in the
schools and are scheduled by
school principals and counselors.
Originally a pilot project in seven
chools. this informal help for
children who might not otherwise
have an adult friend is being ex-
tended county wide. For further
information call the MHA office
at 30 SE 8th St.
'Re^ip** for Glamour'
Gayle Carsos. president of the
American Modeling Association,
will speak on "Recipe for Glam-
our" at the Tuesday, Feb. 12,
meeting of Gift of Life Chapter
CARIH. at 8 p.m. at Dade Fed
eral, 104th St. and S. Dixie Hwy.
Rep. Rhodes, for instance,
spoke at a fund-raising dinner for
a fellow Republican in Pennsyl-
vania over the weekend. This was
prior to the hammer blow of the
erased tape, and the House Re-
publican leader is one of the
r"""" "'d-fashioned partisans in
Congress.
.< itHODES spoke of Repub-
licans running in this year's con-
gressional elections as members
of a "new coalition" having no
special link with the President.
According to the Philadephia
Bulletin. Rep. Rhodes continued:
"Republican congressmen and
senators didn't get any help from
Mr. Nixon in 1972."
For any practical politician such
a statement from such a source.
i> .1 signal that can be read across
a continent. It means thai in Con
gress the aim of most Republican
members will be to put the maxi-
mum amount of space between
themselves and the White House.
HENCE IT is even clear that
at least one or two Republicans
on the House Judiciary Commit-
tee are thinking about casting
favorable votes for a bill of im
peachment.
Here, of course, is another
dreadful hurdle that is looming
h'gher and higher before the
President.
In sharp contrast to the Sen-
ate Watergate committee's Sam
Dash, the Judiciary Committee's
majority counsel. John Doar. is
plainly going to conduct a most
sober inquiry. He has firmly cut
off himself and his staff from
any kind of public contact, for
instance.
BUT IN the present poisonous
atmosphere. it Is doubtful
whether the Judiciary Committee
would heed John Doar, even if
he advised strongly against a pro-
impeachment vote. The best nose-
counters have in fact concluded
that a majority of the commit-
tee already wants to vote a bill
of impeachment. The White
House has been so advised.
How the whole House will vote,
if and when a bill of impeach
ment is brought before it. is cer-
tainly a much more open ques-
tion.
The point here is that a great
many members of the electoral
understandably have a genuine
horror of the whole impeachment
procedure.
Moreover, these people who
'he idea of iniivachmont in
JOStPH ALSO?
elude large numbers of those wh 1
would be both pleased and re-
lieved by the President's \
tary resignation.
THE TRt'TII seems to be
a majority of the voter- u
much like the President to re-
Whereas n 'thing like a .
roots pro-impeachmenl m->
h 11 emerged as yet. The dili 1
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Friday, February 1, 1S74
Entertainment For
Young People At
Beth Sholoin
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Shuh ;u is inaugurating a Yomu
Pl*H?PrEiner1afnm>nr^iWes%cJ
cording to -Mrs. Irving Miller
president.
1 he .series will begin with twe
performances of "Fiddler on tlu
Hoof" Sutuiday, Feb. 9, at ?."(
p.m. and Sunday, Feb. 10, at 1C
i.m. Ail performances will lie helo
Beth Sholom.
"Fiddler on the Hoof" will f( :i
ture ;i cast of young people. Cm
tor David Conviscr, and drama
coach .Ian Jensen, ail of Beth Sho-
lom.
On March 17. Tom Glazer. folk
singer, will be the featured per-
former; and on April 28. Ulan
Rogoff, Israeli pianist, 'and Yacov
\i.\. Israeli pantomimist, will be
featured.
Promoting the series are Mrs
Michael Albin. Mrs. Leonard Plait.
-Mrs. Walter G. Sail. Mrs. Sidney
Weisburd and Judy Drucker. cul-
tural progiam director, School foi
Living Judaism. Tickets may be
purchased at the temple.
Forum on Women In Government To
Furnish Pointers For Candidates
Residents of Morten Tcwers recently participated in a bus
four of several Greater Miami Jewish Federation agencies
and viewed GMJF's 1974 Campagn film 'We Are One."
Tcur guide Mrs. Sol Goldstein is pictured with Morton
Tcwers chairman Georga Shaeffer.
Free University Offered
By Hillel Jewish Center
The Hillel Jewish Student Cen-
ter is offering "Free University"
classes for college age students in
feral Gables and North Miami
Seach areas at a minimal cost.
The North Dade branch is of-
fering the following classes on
Tuesdays in the Beth Torah Con-
gregation classroom bldg.: "Mod-
em Hebrew for Beginners" with
instructor Sara Sher. and "En-
counter Group" taught by Gabe
Ka:ol. both at 7 p.m.; "Chassidic
Literature" with Rabbi David
Shapiro as instructor at 8:15 p.m..
and Israeli Folk dancing at 9 p.m.
with Loretta Kedem in charge of
the class.
South Dade brar.ch is holding
classes in the Hillel Jewi h Stu-
i' n| i <-.t r at 1100 Miller Dr.
< urses include a 5 p.m. daily Tal-
mud cla.s un<'.. the supervision
cf R^bh: Sho.dii C:ank On Mon-
( SChl .: ;:( uilcs ;, 7
i ncount r i; oup" with Gabe
K ": "Israeli Art of Batikii
I at 7:30 p.m. under the supervision
| oi Jeffrey r.-rcal. and "Jewish
, Mystical Philosophy" at 8 p.m.
with Rabbi Blank.
Tuesday courses include "Jew-
| ish Liturgy" at 7 p.m. with Rabbi
Stanley Ringler as instructor:
I "Bible and Talmud Value" with
Rabbi Ralph Glixman at 8:30 p.m..
md Israeli Folk Dancing at 9 p.m.
i .vith Yossi Yanich.
On Wednesdays, there will be a
7 p.m. ciass in "Modern Heb:ew
for Beginners" taught by Dorit
Shapiro, and at 7:30 p.m. a course
jn "Survival of the Jews" with
tabbi Ringer. Helen Fagin. Hanan
-her and Yossi Yanich.
Thursdav schedules include "I
Am (i iriou I Woman" with Mar-
: K:mfman. and "Elementary
Yiddi*h" tau?h( by Ruth Perlmut-
'' both 7.30 p.m.: "Jerusalem"
B p.m. conducted by Hanan
d "Bible" at 8:30 p.m. an-
uoervHon o: Rabbi Blank.
CCAR Names
Local Rahhis
To New Posts
The Central Conference of
American Rabbis, rabbinic asso-
ciation of Reform Judaism in the
I'nited States and Canada, has
named Rabbi Herbert M. Baum-
gard as a member of the Reform
Jewish Practices Committee, Rab-
bi Sanford Shapero to the Sub-
committee on Aging, and Rabbi
Arthur J. Abrams to serve on the
Committee on the Unaffiliated.
Rabbi Baumgard is spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Am, Rabbi
Shapero is regional director of the
SE Council, Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, and Rabbi
Abrams is spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale.
The Central Conference of
American Rabbis has a member-
ship of some 1,100 members. Cur-
rent president is Rabbi Robert I.
Kahn of Houston.
A po.itical facts-of-life forum.
Women and Government," will be
icidin the Museum of Science
*(W ." pm.
Sponsored by the Dade County
I Jommisalon on the Status of
Womena 27-mamber county ad-
uy group that proposes proj
i meet specific needs of women
the program will furnish point-
. to potential candidates for
ective or appointh > posts
Topics ranging from funding
:ampaigns, seeking newspaper en-
lorsements and getting started on
oi a] advisory boards t.> how to
t emotional support from youi
spouse while you're In the political
IN na will be covered.
Anne Wilson. COSW chairper-
son, explained that facts, view-
ooints and advice will come from
office-holders and media person-
alities, includ.-.ig Elaine Gordon,
Jane Robinson. Bowiy Phillips,
Athalie Range. Ruth Campell.
Steve Daily, Ron Levitt. Howard
Kleinberg, Ruth Kassewitz and
lanet Reno, and representatives
from the various municipalities.
"We've also prepared kits of
helpful materials," said forum
chairperson Tanya Berns. "The
objectives of the forum are three-
fold: to motivate interested wom-
MRS. HENDKIK BIKNS
>n to submit resume*! for our
"Talent Bank." to fumih pertinent
information abcui offices available
?n state, court;, and municipal
levels, and to prepare for action
that will channel female poter.-
ti&l."
The forum is osen to the public
and there is no charge.
Cantor Moshe Stern At Kneseth Israel
Cantor Moshe Stern is returning
to .Miami Beach to appear at Sab
bath services this weekend at
Kneseth Israel Congregation. 1415
Euclid Ave.
In addition. Cantor Stern will
pei form in concert Sunday. Feb.
10, at 8:15 p.m. at Kneseth Israel.
Prior to accepting his present
position as cantor of Temple Beth
El of Boro Park, Brooklyn, N.Y.,
Cantor Stern was associated with
the Central Orthodox Synagogue,
ichannesberg. Africa; the Reli-
gious Centre Hechal Shlomo. Jeru-
salem, and the Great Synagogue
in R'chovot, Israel.
Musical talent is inherent in the
.-enowned family of Chazanim
i: om which Cantor Moshe Stern
descends: at an early age he be-
came well-known as a "wunder-
kind" in Budapest where he was
born. He has been universally ac-
claimed by critics of both the Jew-
i-h and non-Jewish press.
Poetry Gases Offered
A Poetry for Pleasure class is
conducted by Arnold Kleiner,
every Tuesday from 6:30 to 8 p.m.,
in room 101, at the Ida Fisher
School. Miami Beach. Admission
is free.
Hillel Offers
Counseling
The Hillel Jewish Student Cen-
ter is sponsoring a new counseling
service this semester in coopera-
tion with the Jewish Vocational
Service.
The Jewish Vocational Service,
a United FundJewish Federation
agency which has a complete voca-
tional and educatior \1 counselling
and testing service, is sending a
representative to the Hillel Jewish
Student Center on the University
Of Miami campus every Monday
from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. to assist ,
those having problems at this time
di ciding on a career, unsure of
what their real interests are. or
needing information on college
facilities, courses offered, costs or
scholarship and loan progr
Hillel also offers personal coun-
selling services in cooperation
with the Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service. A full time coun-
selor is available to help with
personal problems. Gabe Karol, a
professional in guidance and coun-
selling, leads encounter groups
under the auspices of the Free
Jewish University in addition to
counseling on an individual basis.
Call the Hillel office for an ap-
nointment.
When you see
the models at
Water Bridge,
you'll see a lot of
reasons why
Levitt & Sons
is one of America's
most trusted
builders.
5909 West Sunrise Boulevard,
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33313
Phone: (305) 791-8690
Models open daily 10 to 6.
WRSOCK
The Women of Westview Country Club ore planning their
annual brunch on bshalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration Women's Division 1974 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Wl Emergency Fund Feb. 7. at the country club. Together
*> plan the affair are (left to right) Mrs. Samuel Adler. Mrs.
Helen^Summera. Mrs. Julius LidaJry and Mrs. Richard
Miami Turf has it all.
Condominiums. Boating.Fishing.
Swimming. Golf.Tennis.
Luxury. Location. Shopping Mall.
And mortgage money.
Anything else? Come and ask.
N.W. 215 Street (County Line Road) just west of U S 441
Miami, Florida 33169
Phone: Miami (305) 652-2950, Broward (305) 525-4377
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The Model Apartments
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-Jen is* ftoridfor
Friday. February 1, 1974
-74.l
IECAL NOi.IE
liGAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
I
NOTICE Or -CTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY;
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE BOUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-1176
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
PETITION FOR TEMPORARY
AND PERMANENT CUSTODY
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OK
TERRY TRJPP. Petitioner
:. :,il
EDITH TRII'P Respondent
TO: EDITH TRIPP
13341 Newport Aventte
Tustln, California
TOf ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
Ihst :m action for Petition for Tvtno-
orsjry and Permaneni Cuatody hss-
bean filed against you and you are
required t<> serve a copj of your writ-
tea defenses. If any, to it on David
)'. Stone, attorney f"r PtitIonsr,
whose address la mi S \v. 12th Ave-
nue. Miami. Florida Mitt, and file
the original with the clerk of 'he
bare styled court on or before Feb-
ruary 22, 1974:: otherwlae a default
will be entered agalnsl you for the
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall he PUbllahed once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THK JEWISH PLOR1DIAN.
WITNESS my hand and 'he *eal of
.-.nd court at Miami Florida on this
:4th day "f January. 1*74
rh-HARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By \V. TYMINSKl
As Deputy ,erk
(Ch-cull Court Scab
DAVID E ST< >NK. ESQ.
1"! N.W 12th A\. nu.
Miami. Florida 3312S
Attorney for Petitioner
1 It.fjj i-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDMCTION
DIV'SION
CASE NO 74-1165
NOTICE OF PETITION FOR
LEAVE TO CHANGE NAME
IN THK MATTKIi F
DEBRA I.Y.VN FI ANAOAN a minor
bj and through her next Ol iriend
and mother.
AIT>RKY CALABRIA
T. >: GERALD PI ANAOAN
c o NEW YORK CTTV
Pi H.Ii'K DEPARTMENT
MIST PRECINl "i"
RICHMOND IIP I. NEW YORK
YOC GERALD FI .ANAOAN. :i"
hereby notified thai a Petition fot
Lve to Chance Nam.- has heer
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to aerve cony of your An
SWOT or Pleadinu to said Petition Ol
the attorney for Petitioner, RonaM
T Davis. Ban p a 411 Blacayne
Building. 19 W Plagler Street Mi-
ami, Florida 3313". Phone; 279-2861
and file the original Answer or Plead-
inu In the office of the tnerk of the 1
Circuit Court on or before 'he 22 day
of February. lMt. U you fail to do
so. judgment by default will be laker
against you for 'he relief demanded
In the Petition for Leave iu Change
Name.
THIS NOTICE shall be published
oni-e each week for f..ur Mi conaertt-
tlva weeks in the JEWISH FI.ORID-
IAN
liATRD at Miami. Florida this H
day of January. 1974.
RICHARD P BRINKER Clerk
Circuit c..urt
Dade County. Florida
Iv A .1 "'V \s
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Couri Seal)
1 18-ti '-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of AAA RENTAL WM'Fi'oc""--
. .. Morton B Zemel, Suite 111 1MM
N E. 19 Aye North Miami Reach
intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I lade ( unly. Florida
NATHAN BAS8IN
BENJAMIN M OENAD
HAHTON M BERMAN
Dli ALVIN .1 SH IPIRO
DR. THOMAS KOVAN
WILLIAM VALEN8KY
Morton II. Zemel
Atterney for applicants
Suite 111. 1(6(6 N K 19 Ave.
North Miami Beach. Fla.
V18-2S 2 1-8
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. 74-882
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
T\" RE: The .Marriage of
yinis AHMED vaii>.
Hajajband,
and
EILEEN VAID.
Wife,
TO: EILEEN VAID
RESIDENCE PNKNOWN
vor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution ,.f Mar-
riage has been filed aaralnai you and
you are required to sen. a copy of
your written defenses, if any. In It
on Bruce J. Bchelnberg. attomev for
Petitioner, whoae address la KVFIT-
NKY. KROOP & BCHEINBERG, P A .
421 Lincoln Road (Suite 119) Miami
I'.eneh. Florida 3313a. and file the
original with the clerk of t], al.ov.
styled court on or before February
80, 1H74: otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published once
each we.-k for four consecutive weeks
in THE JKWISI1 FLORTDIAN.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: L. 8NEEDBN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
KWrTNBY. KROOP &
SCHEINBBRa. PA.
By: Bruce J. Schelnbenr
4.'" Lincoln Road (Suite 912)
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
AttonM y for Petitioner
Te).: 338-7575
1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
und i desiring ;> engaan
[III iui : ami
of KWITNE> A K".'" P, P A. u b ;.
KWITNEY KHOOP .v.- S< HEINBERO
P.A il 12' oil Roa I, Sulti I!
Miami Beach, Fla intends : reglatei
said nun,- with the Clerk of the Cll
, un CeWD Of Dads County. Florida
KWITNEY KKooP P \
i is-:". I : s
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-5666
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
SADIE RAND
decease.I
I'.. All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing i hums or Demands Against Said
Estate
Too .ire her.! y notified an.l required
to present any claims and demands
which you ma) have against the es-
tate of SADIE HAND .le. eased late
of Dads County, Florida, to th
cull Judges of Dade County, and file
the same in duplicate and as provided
in Section 789 19. FloridS Statute- in
their offices in ih" County Court-
house in Dade County Florida, with-
in six calendar months from the
time of 'he first publication here..!'.
- Filed at Miami. Florida, this 24th
la) ol September, a l i 1972
HARoi.lt R \N1>
As Executor
First publication of 'his notice on
he 11 day of January. 11 74
DAVID P CAT8M \N
Attorney for Bxecuto
St 8 B 2nd Avenue. Miami. FlorMa,
1 !.*'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to
in business under :h. fictitious name
if SAPPER BROKERAGE at 243 Cni-
verslty Drive, Coral Oablea Florida In-
i- to register said name will
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.
County. Florida
saffer ASSOCIATES, INC.
By; Carolyn Bracker
Be retary & Director
xvii.I iam j GOI mvnR.v & ASSOC
Attorneys for S.-.ffcr \--. lates. Inc.
1890 Coral Way, Miami. FI 52145
1 18-26 2 1-8
NOTICE UNDER FIC1 IT IO US
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREB> GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
uslneas under the fictitious name .;
SOUTHERN BONDING & SURETY
at Dade County, Florida Intends I
register said name with Ihe Clerk o!
he Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida.
STANLEY LIGHT
i 11-12-1 I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring to engagt
m business under the fictitious cam.
t BAST coast FISHERIES, INC
b a EAST (MAST Foods at 2:">"
N W 76 Street. Miami Fla 33147
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of 'he Circuit Court of Dole
County, Florida
FAST COAST FISHERIES. INC.
by DAVID 9WARTZ. PRE8
Morton h ZEMEL
Attorney for applicant
suite ill
N 62. 19 Ave.
North Miami Beach
1 19-25 2,!-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JUDISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74.16
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MARTIN R0BINB.
Plaintiff.
va-
; JULIA SWEENEY, et al..
I > t-n.l.ints
TO AI.VA ANN PACHECO. formerly
kn mii as ai.va ANN SWEENEY:
FLORENCE M STRINGER and
rHOMAS 0 STRINGER, her
husband:
EDNA F PASTMAN. formerly known
- EDNA STRINGER; BEVERLY
TRAINAR, formerly known .is
BEVERLY STRINGER and
------------. her husband: ANNABEL!.
TRAINAR formerly known as
ANNABELI. STRINGER, and BEN
TRAINAR her husband; RONALD
IRAHAM, also known as RONALD
STRINGER, and ------------- GRAHAM.
his wife: STEVE STRINGER and
------------STRINGER his wife:
iEORGE STRINOER and -------------
STRINGER, his wife: and each of
he above-named Defendants, and
, f any individual Defendant, known
r unknown be married, their
Unknown .....uses, if such individual
lanta be living, and If dead, ail
of the unknown heirs, devisees, credl-
inueea, llenors, laimants, or
tii.-r parties i laimlns or attemotinr
to i.cm any right, title an
n or to or II in upon 'he property
which Is 'he subiect matter of t!-i.
sui:. by, through, under or asrainst
any Defendant herein known or
: Ol >! a |aa, and :,!l
liming or aitemnting ;.>
any rlsrht, liiie and Intel
in or to the follow Ins .i. s. rlbed
"it I ..t 21 in Block ..f
ORCHARD VII.I A BXTBN8ION,
dins to the Plai thereof,
recorded In Plal Book 17. al Page
I the Publli Ret orda ol Dade
County Kl' >- .1 i
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIF1F.P
I that an action to quiet title to the
ahoy.- ,1. |b< ,| property In Dade
County, Florida, ha- been filed against
I you and you are required to serve
to of your written defenses If any
| Oil BETTE BARON. Attorney for
the Plaintiff, whose address is 11(11
N 1 list Drive. North Miami. Fh>r-
>d., 22K1 and file the original with
lerk of the above-stvled Court
on or before the t| day of February
1974: otherwlae a judgment against
v.iu mav be entered for the relief
tided in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of the said Court on the 7 day of Jan-
uary.
HI- WARD I 1IRINKER
as lid Court
By A. J RTVAS
As Deputy C*!i
1 ll-U-26 2/1
NOTICt UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBB\ GIA'EN thai
she i. i. deslrlna
i business under thi u
if BAST .''AST FISRERIES IN'
1 b a BAST COAST l'"< 'DS H
v W 76th Street. Mlani Fls
I t.. realslei said ime with t...
of the Circuit Courl ol Dada
v. Florida.
DAVID SW MiT/
PETER SWAR
MAX SWARTZ
MORTi IN B ZEMEL
\ [ton i i applicant
Suite 111
\ E 19th Avs
North Miami Beach "";
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
he undersbrned, deslrlna to naaci
buslnesa under the fictitious nam
.f MORRIS KROOP REALTORS. I
INC. d b a MORRIS KROOP REAL-
TORS at 9"'1!i Harding Ave Ml im
Bea h Put Intenda to resists' -a-.'
nam< with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County Florida
Morris Kroop Realtors. Inc.
Kwitney. Krooo & BohelnDent, P a
\ Richard Krooo
12" Lincoln Rd.. Suite ".12
Miami Beach. Fla
1 i."s i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
KLKVINTH JUD'CiA' ri~e>iiiT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
'N AND FO-
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATF Nil 7*
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRio T|VN
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
'N RE Estate of
LILLIAN WINTER,
Decs ise.l
Nl 'TICK is hereby given that We
have filed our Final Report and P
tlon for Distribution and Final Dis ,
hatce .-is Co-Executors of the estat*
( LILLIAN WINTER deceased and
thai on the 2Mb day of Februa-\
1274 Will apply '.. the Honorable Cir-
cuit Judajea of Dade County, Floi
for approval "f said Final Report
distribution and final dlsi harge
is Co-Kxecutors of Ihe '
ibove-named decedent. This 18th day
of January 1S74
JOHN HKN.;V
JAMES MICHAEL MIL1ER
ri l< White. Atty.
' 22 I'unont Building
Miami. Florida 22121
_____________________I 2'1-H-l"
NOTICE OF ACTiON
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
C'VIL ACTION NO. 74-'062
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THK MARRIAOEOF
No It MA PLAZA,
Wife
and
GER i!:ii PLAZA.
Hit-band
To GERARDO PLAZA
124) Columbus Avenue
Apt 4 N
New York City, N Y
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIBD
hat an action for Dissolution >t Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve :, copy of
vour written defenses, if any. to It
m ALHKRT I. CARRICARTE at-
tornej for Petitioner, whose address
is 7001 S W. 61 Avenue. Mianv. Flor-
ida 33143 Phone No. .....l-tl 12. and
file the original with the clerk of
he above stvied court on or before
March I, 1274: otherwise a default
will be entered against vou for the
- i-f demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published n.
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THF .'EWI8H FloRlDIAN
WITNES8 mv hand and the seal of
urt al Miami. Florida on this
2'rd dav of .lanuarv. 1974
RICHARD" P BRINKER
As 'lerk, Cln un Court
Dad- County. Florida
By W TYMINSKl
a- Deputy clerk
(Circuit COUrt Sea! .
U BERT 1. CARRICARTE. ESQ.
- W 1 Avenue
Miami. Florida 33143
Attorney for Petitioner
1 21 2 '1-8-13
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. 74-2101
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THK MARRIAGE 09
S"NlA RUIZ
Petitioner
and
BERNARDO Rl'IZ
Respondent
Ti Bernardo Ruis
Residence Cnknown
TOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
an action for Dlssolutl in of Mar
i.e.. has been filed asrainal you and
a ai required to aei re i ci py ol
your written defenses, If any. to it
on Adolfo K....-. BsojUire, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address la 101 N w
12th Avenue. Miami. Fla S2128, and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
March s. |974i otherwise a default
will be entered against vou for t',,. re-
lief demanded in me complaint Tir
petition.
notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THK JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
23 day of .lanuarv. 1H74
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dude County. Florida
By A J RIVA8
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Adolfo Koss Beq
1"! N W 12th Avenue
Miami, Fonda
Attornei fjr Peiioner
1/25 2/1-2-15
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.C'AL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIV'L ACTION NO 74.ie.T8
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVIS ON
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THK MARRIAGE OF
CEFER1NO i AM I'oS
. I
MAI IA BONL4 CAMP ">
ti M i Sot Can
RESIDENCE I NKNI >WN
yoll ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
U pf Mar-
riage ha .iei against you and
you are required to aerve cony of
your written defenses, jf any, h :'
-. Adoir i k aa att. ney for Peti-
tioner, who-e address Is I'll N W
12th Avenue. Miami. Florida 22128,
and fill the orUtlnal with the .lerk
. the above etyled court on or be-
fore March I, 1274: otherwise a de-
fail'' yyill be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or pet 11
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecul ve weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
-ail ,-ourt at Miami, Florida on this
' j .11\ of Jan.. 1974.
RICHARD P, HRiNKKR
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By H J F"Y
A- Deputy derk
Ull Curt S. tl
Kosa K-:uire
11 \ U 12th A'
Miami Fia 32128
v ., \ for Petitioner
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-207
FRANK B DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In HE Del .
ESTHER SILVER
Deceased
To All Credll ind A P I Hare
, tn- or Demandi Again*! Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
. p..in an) claims and demands
whi.-h you may have asralnsl the es-
tate of ESTHER SILVER deceased
late of Dude County Florlds I th*
Ciri uii Judg- il D ide l 'ounty, and
file the same in dUPil ate and as
. elded In Section : Florida
statutes, in their offices In thi Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade Count) Flor-
ida, within four calendar months
hereof, or the im< v I be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 21
.lay of Jamuan k.V :i
ISRAEL SII \ ER
As A Imll tl itor
First publication of this notic.....
he 28 da\ of Januar) 1274
KWITNEY & KROOP
By: RICHARD I KROOP
Attorney for idmlnisti
420 Li' R Miami Bea h
I 28 2/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-503
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in PE Estate of
ANNIE H RBZEK.
.let e.lSed
To \ll Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and reoulred
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of ANNIE B REZEK. deceased
iat. I Dade County, Florida, t.i the
Circuit Judges of Ihide County .c!
file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 7:1'. 18, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In Ihe Coun-
'v i ourthouse in Dad.- County, Flor-
ida, within four calendar months
'mm the time of the first publication
,ti w '!'. be ban ed
Filed al Miami. Florida, this 23rd
i..i if January. AD 1274.
KURT u in.l ISH
As Executor
Flrsl publli an thla notice on
the 26 day of January. 12/74
KURT WELI.1SH. Attorney at Law
Attorney for
E ite "f Alice R Resek, !>
161 Almeria Avenue, Suite 2O0-E
Coral Gables, Florida 331,(4
1 26 2/1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Civil Action No 74-2093
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
CAR) 'I.YN F, HR1ER. Wife,
and
ROGERS 0R1BR. Husband
TO: ROGERS GRIER
2031 COI '' I Jllie
I>ecatur. Qeorsrla
TO I' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are reauired to aerve cony of
your written defenses II any, to it
..ti HAItOLD SHAPIRO. attorney
for Petitioner whose address
is :i27 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach, Fl. rl'la. and file the original
iitlh the clerk of the above styled
court on or befon February -~ 1274;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published once
ach week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH F1-OR1DIAN
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida, on this
23 day of January. 1!>74
RJCHARD P BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Hv U SNEEDBN
Denutv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
HAROLD SHAPIRO
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach Florida 33138
Attorney for Petitioner
1 26 2 1-8-15
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-110
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREO.TORS
In RE: Estate ..f
SIDNEY T LEVIN
de '- '
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
\. u are her,' lifted and reauired
pi-----nt any claims and demands
which vou may have against the es-
tate of SIDNEY T LEVIN d< -------1
at< of Dade County, Florida. t.> the
i Ircttll Judges ol Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate llt'.'l M
provided in Section 722.16, Florida
Statutes, in theh offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
ida, within four calendar months from
the time of the flrsl publication here-
of, or the same will be barred
Filed al Miami. FlorMa. 'his 18 day
of January. All 1974
MIRIAM LEVIN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
he 26 day Ol January, 1974
BANTER. FRIEDMAN A: ROBBINS
Attorney for Estate
is:". N e I62rd street
North. Miami Beach, Florida
l 2:. 2/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-359
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate of
ESTEI.l E R FA l.K
! eased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claima ..r Demandi Again.-t .-
Estate.
You are hereby notified and required
to present any b&ims and demands
Whli b vou mav have against the es-
tate of KSTEI.I.E R fai K deceased
ate if Dade County. Florida, to the
Circuit Judges "f Dad.- COunty, and
file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733 1*1 Florida
Statut.-. in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within four calendar months
from the time of the first publication
he-, .r. ,,r the same will be barred
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 17
lay "(January. A D lfi74
SIDNEY A FA I.K-
As Executor
Firs, publication of this notice on
day "f January. 1 "74
SPARBER ZEMEL ROSKIN
HE!! BRONNER AND KARP P.A.
Att irneya for Executor
100 North Hi.-, aw Bouhn ai 1
Miami. Florida 22122
1 26 2/1
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. 74-1605
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE IF
MAH'A RAMONA OAl.l 1:0 IS
Petitioner
and
TlTo OALLEOOS
Rspondent
to: Tit.. Gailegos
Po Boa 4462
43rd Street
L'nlon Cltj New Jersey- 97 -7
Vor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
h tl an action for 1 llasnlutloi Mar-
riage has 1,.,-n filed against you 1 1
you ate required to serve a copy of
your written defensei II an) I 1 it
on Adolfo Koss Esquire, atton
r..r Petitioner, whosa addresa ia mi
N \\ 12th Avenue, Miami. Fla 23128,
arid file the original with II
of the above styled court on or be-
fore March I, 1974 otherwise 1 de-
fault will be entered agalnsl you for
relief demanded In the con plalnl
>! p tition.
This notice shall be published once
each w.-ek for f,.ur consecutlvi weeks
In THE JEWISH FI ORID1 W
WITNESS m> hand and the seal of
aaid curt at .Miami. Florida on thiH
12 daj of Jan., 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER
Aa 1 erk. 1 .-. un Court
Dade County. Flori la
ll\ It .1 1-oY
As Denutv Clerk
" 'r.-uit Court Be 1! 1
' Adolfo K >ss, Baouire
Si me x- Sostchln. P A
'"1 N W 12th Avriue
Miami Put 2S122
AttOrnS) fOr Petitioner
1 21 2 l-S-15
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74.136
(Judge Parker!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estat.- of
, HKI EN \ Alii.
a k ., HELEN 8HEPTIN
^ lie. .
To aii Creditors and All Persona h iv-
ing 1-..cms or Demands Against Said

1 11 are hereby notified and required
to ores, t ,,, .. hum, .,.,,1 demands
wnicn you maj hay- agalnsl "' es-
1 L.',';-;'L,,KI BN vahl k helen
siii-.i n\ deceased hue of Dade
r^HEfJ' T'"r|,|a- to the Circuit Judges
or Dn.ie ounty. and file the same in
-""i!?*1* "] "" Provided in Section
.33 IS. Horida Statutes. In their of-
tices In the County Courthouse in
Dade (.ounty Florida, within four cal-
endar months from the time of the
nrat publication hereof, or the same
wld be barred
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 22
day of January. AD 1974
First publication of this notice on
the 25 day of January. 1974
NANCY BANDERS
d.>,,.,.._ Aa Administratrix
ROHERT 1. UlAioMHER'l
Attorney for Administratrix
, I Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
1 I 2/1

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fie is a good Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father.
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
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He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must
not be forgotten. By planning ahead,decisions can be made
calmly. They can be made without emotional pressure.
They can be made wisely, and they can be made together
as a family. If you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to
your family, we urge you to do so now. In this way. you
can be certain that your family will not suffer needlessly.
wc mm row r sa utonu memorials bv gokuam
MASTER CRAHSkUN IN SILVER AND UONll
MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETERY
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River Reach. The kind of
like most to be ship
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When you compare our
island for convenience of location,
the natural beauty of balcony
views, privacy and security we
don't believe you can find anything
like it at anywhere near the price.
Take convenience of
location. River Reach is on an
island just five minutes from
downtown in a single family
residential neighborhood. The
Davie Boulevard Interchange of
1-95 is only 5 blocks to the west.
No waterway in Fort
Lauderdale is more lushly
landscaped with towering palms
than New River. And all day long
there is an endless parade of yachts
and boats plying their way to the
Intracoastal and the ocean. Always
something different. A sight to
j behold. And nearly every
apartment has a front row seat.


As for privacy and security
you'll certainly have peace of mind
here. Our island has only one
entrance. Across a waterway that's
guarded twenty-four hours a day.
We're so particular about who
comes and goes the island is also
patrolled by boat anwell as land.
If you don't belong here it's next
to impossible to get in.
So, before you buy
anywhere, come see our furnished
models. We'li let them tell you how
liveable.our island is.
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Entertainment For
Young People AI
Beth Sholoni
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Shul< :n i< inaugurating a Young
.>:ve^TWtYt;n'n.nrT>r-!%'t-k's"u'
L-ordinj to Mrs. Irving Miller
president.
The series will begin with twe
lerformances ( Fiddler on t!u
Hoof" Saturday, Feb. 9. at T:"(
..m. an.I Sunday, Feb. 10, [|
m. A.l performances "11! be bc!(.
Bi th Sholom.
"Fiddler on the Roof" will tea
in .i casl of youn^ people, Can
or David Conviser, and drama
roach .Ian Jensen, all of Beth Sho-
lom. j
On March 17. To:n Ghuer, folk
singer, will he the featured per
former: and on April 28. Ulan
Kogoff, Israeli pianist, 'and Yacn
\c\. Israeli pantominiisi. will be
f< atured.
Promoting the series are Mrs.
.Michael Albin. Mrs. Leonard J'latt.
Mrs. Walter G. Sail, Mrs. Sidney
Weisburd and Judy Drucker. cul-
tural progiam director, School foi
Living Judaism. Tickets may be
purchased at the temple.
Forim: on Women In Government To
Furnish Pointers For Candidates
Residents of Morten Tcwers recently participated in a bus
tour of several Greater Miami Jewish Federation agencies
and viewed GMJF's 1974 Campaign film 'We Are One."
Tcur guide Mis. Sol Goldstein is pictured with Morton
Tcwers chairman Georgs Shaeffer.
Free University Offered
By Hillel Jewish Center
The Hillel Jewish Student Cen-
ter is olfering "Free University"
asses for college age students in
Coral Gables and North Miami
2each areas at a minimal cot.
The North Dade branch is of-
fering the following classes on
lues-days in the Beth Torah Con-
gregation classroom bldg.: "Mod-
ern Hebrew for Beginners" with
instructor Sara Sher, and "En-
counter Group" taught by Gabe
Karol, both at 7 p.m.; "Chassidic
Literature" with Rabbi David
Shapiro as in^ructor at 8:15 p.m..
and Isradi Folk dancing at 9 p.m.
with Loretta Kedem in charge of
the class.
Sout'i Dade branch is holding
classes in the Hilli I Jewi h Stu-
d ..: < ( urses include a 5 p.m. daily Tal-
mud class undi I .. sup< i vis
of Rabbi Shi I nk. On Mon-
<''-. sen il in< udes a 7
in ount i- G oup" witl Gab
K. rol; "Urn li \rl oi Ba
at 7:30 p.m. under the supervision
."f Jeffrey Parcel, and "Jewish
Mystical Philosophy" at 8 p.m.
with Rabbi Blank.
Tuesday courses include "Jew-
ish Liturgy" at 7 p.m. with Rabbi
Stanley Ringler as instructor:
"Bible and Talmud Value" with
Rabbi Ralph Glixman at 8:30 p.m..
.wd Israeli Folk Dancing at 9 p.m.
with Yossi Yanich.
On Wednesdays, there will be a
7 p.m. class in "Modern Hebrew
for Beginners'" taught by Dorit
sbapiro, and at 7:30 p.m. a course
in "Survival of the Jews" with
Rabbi Kinp.er. Helen Fagin, Hanan
-her and Yossi Yanich.
Thursday schedules include "I
Am (curi i. I Woman" with Mar-
Beth Kaufman, and "Elementary
V ldi*h tau n b;. Ruth Perlmut-
:.t. both 7.30 -p.m.; "Jerusalem"
at 8 p.m. conducted by Hanan
"Bible" at 8:30 p.m. un-
of Rabbi Blank.
CCAR Names
Loeal Rabbis
To New Posts
The Central Conference of
American Kabbis, rabbinic asso-
ciation of Reform Judaism in the
United States and Canada, has
named Rabbi Herbert M. Baum-
gard as a member of the Reform
Jewish Practices Committee. Rab-
bi Sanford Shapero to the Sub-
committee on Aging, and Rabbi
Arthur J. Abrams to serve on the
Committee on the Unaffiliated.
Rabbi Baumgard is spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Am, Rabbi
Shapero is regional director of the
SE Council, Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, and Rabbi
Abrams is spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale.
The Central Conference of
American Rabbis has a member-
ship of some 1,100 members. Cur-
rent president is Rabbi Robert I.
Kahn of Houston.
I ~Hillel Offers
Counseling
The Hillel Jewish Student Cen-
ter is sponsoring a new counseling
service this semester in coopera- ,
tion with the Jewish Vocational
Service.
The Jewish Vocational Service,
a United Fund-Jewish Federation
agency which has a complete voca-
tional and educatioi \1 counselling
and testing service, is sending a
representative to the Hillel Jewish
Student Center on the University
ot Miami campus every Monday
from I p.m. to 5 p.m. to assist
those having problems at this time
deciding on a career, unsure of
what their real interests are. or
leedlng information on coll< i
facilities, courses offered, costs or
scholarship and loan prograi
Hillel also offers personal coun-
5< 1 ing i vices in cooperat r.
with the Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service. A full time eoun-
-i ior i- available to help with
personal problems. Gabe Karol. a
professional in guidance and coun-
selling, leads encounter groups
under the au-pices of the Free
Jewish University in addition to
counseling on an individual basis.
Call the Hillel office for an ap-
Dointment.
A rn.itical facts-of-life forum,
Women and Government," will he
ic.d in the Museum of Science
^wWWi"um YuesdV.v, FVb. 12. at
,' |> m.
S] i!>>ored by the Dade County
i ssiOfl on the Status of
Womena 27-member county ad-
: group thai proposes project -
i meet specific needs of women
program will furnish point-
era to ponntial candidates I r
.. or ppoinl ve po ts
Topics ranging fiom funding
:ampaigns, seeking newspap ei
lors< ments and getting start)
oi al advisory boards t>> how to
. | emotional support from y< u
while you're In the political
in .a will he covered.
Anne Wilson. COSW chairper-
son, explained that facts, view-
points and advice will come from
office-holders and media person-
ties, including Elaine Gordon.
Jane Robinson. Betvly Phillips,
\thalie Range. Ruth Campell.
Stive Daily, Ron Levitt. Howard
Klcinberg. Ruth Kassewita and
'a:iet Reno, and representatives
from the various municipalities.
"We've also prepared kits of
helpful materials." said forum
chairperson Tanya Bems. "The
objectives ot the forum are three-
fold: to motivate interested worn-
MRS. HENDMK BtRNS
n to submit resume's for our
rail : Bank," I > furnih pertinent
Information abcui offices available
state, count) and municipal
evelj ad to p tptre for action
u:ll cha.vi ei f'-male poten-
tial."
Tht ferum is o^en to the public
and there is no charge.
Cantor Moshe Stern At Kneseth Israel
Cantor Moshe Stein is returning
to Miami Beach to appear at Sab
bath services this weekend at
Kneseth Israel Congregation. 1415
Euclid Ave.
In addition. Cantor Stern will
peiform in concert Sunday. Feb.
10, at 8:15 p.m. at Kneseth Israel.
Prior to accepting his present
position as cantor of Temple Beth
El of Boro Park. Brooklyn, NY..
Cantor Stern was associated with
the Central Orthodox Synagogue,
lohannesberg. Africa: the Reli-
gious Ctntre Hechal Shlomo, Jeru-
salem, and the Great Synagogue
in R'chovot. Israel.
Musical talent is inherent in the
enowned ramilj of Chazanim
i:om which Cantor Moshe Stern
descends; at an early age he be-
came well-known as a "wunder-
kind" in Budapest where he was
born. He has been universally ac-
claimed by critics of both the Jew-
i.-h and non-Jewiah press.
Poetry Oases Offered
A Poetry for Pleasure class Is
conducted by Arnold Kleiner,
every Tuesday from 6:30 to 8 p.m.,
in room 101. at the Ida Fisher
School. Miami Beach. Admission
is free.
When you see
the models at
Water Bridge,
you'll see a lot of
reasons why
Levitt & Sons
is one of America's
most trusted
builders.
5909 West Sunrise Boulevard,
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33313
Phone: (305) 791-8690
Models open daily 10 to 6.
VUNCRKDGE
The Women of Westview Country Club ore planning their
annual brunch on bshalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration Women's Division 1974 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund Feb. 7, at the country club. Together
to plan the affair are (left to right) Mrs. Samuel Adler, Mrs.
Helen Summers, Mrs. Julius Lianlcy and Mrs. Richard
Deutsch.
Miami Turf has it all.
Condominiums. Boating.Fishing.
Swimming. Golf .Tennis.
Luxury. Location. Shopping Mall.
And mortgage money.
Anything else? Come and ask.
N.W. 215 Street (County Line Road) just west of U.S. 441
Miami, Florida 33169
Phone: Miami (305) 652-2950, Broward (305) 525-4377



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Announcing Pre-Opening Sale
Occupancy in the Spring of 1974
In Exclusive North Palm Beach just off U.S. 1
... a residence community of tasteful
luxury ... where thoughtful appointments
have been provided in your large hand-
some apartments equipped with every
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.. where spaciousness is a keynote ...
from the magnificent lobby and grounds
to surprising generous rooms .. where
the accent is on design where there is
peace seclusion and an atmos-
phere that says ... come see .. the con-
dominium that is uniquely suited to Gold
Coast living at its finest truly a
superior residence.
The Model Apartments
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