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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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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"elewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 42 Number 47
Miami, Florida Friday, November 21, 1362
Three Sections
Price 23c
Counter-Measures Weighed After Frogman Attack
TEL AVIV (JTAi The at-
tack by frogmen on two Israeli
ships in the port of Eilat was
a topic of discussion at the spe-
cial Cabinet session which was
devoted to security matters and
foreign policy. Apparently con-
sideration was given to what
counter-measures, if any, were
to be taken, although it has not
yet determined how the attack
was carried out or by whom.
Damaged were the 11,000-ton
Zim Lines freighter Dahlia, and
the former Clyde River excur-
sion boat Hey Daroma. which
has been used to carry tourists
from Eilat to Sharm el-Sheikh,
at the southern tip of the Sinai
Peninsula. Both vessels were
holed in several places by un-
derwater explosives attached to
their hulls by frogmen, but the
damage was relatively light. Re-
pairs to the Hey Daroma, which
was beached in shallow water
after she developed a list, are
expected to take about a week.
The Dahlia will sail shortly for
the Far Fast, and will probably
he drydocked in Singapore for
pi rmant nt repairs.
Conflicting statements were
made by an Egyptian military
spokesman in Cairo and spokes-
men for El Fatah in Amman,
each claiming that its forces had
carried out the attack. Israelis
believe the claims were made in
an attempt to take the heat off
Jordan, whose only seaport.
Aqaba. lies a few miles east of
Eilat. By tacit agreement, Israel
and Jordan have refrained from
attacking each other's towns.
But initial investigations by Is-
raeli security officials indicate
the frogmen probably came from
Aqaba or nearby.
The Israelis ridiculed Cairo's
claim that they were brought to
Eilat by helicopter, and said that
Egypt has no helicopters capable
of reaching Eilat. But it is gen-
i rally conceded the frogmen
could have been Egyptians guid-
< I to Eilal by El Fatah
ndos.
Cairo radio claimed the frog-
men sank three Israeli ships
Which were equipped for mili-
tary landing operations. The
Hey Daroma's role as a tourist
terry camouflaged her "real pur-
pose." they said. El Fatah's an-
nouncement gave credit to what
it called "El Fatah's newly
formed frogmen units." and
warned that other Israeli ships
would be targets in the future.
ONE PLANE GOES DOWN
Israeli Jets Hit Jordanian,
Syrian And Iraqi Positions
TEL AVIV (JTA Israel Air
Force jets hit hard at Jordanian.
Syrian and Iraqi artillery posi-
tions inside Jordan. One Israe'i
plane was hit by anti-aircraft
fire in a later attack on an
Egyptian manned radar station
in southern Jordan. The plane
crashed in Israeli territory but
the pilot bailed out and landed
s.ifely. Israeli jets also blasted
guerrillas hiding in a deserted
hydro-electric plant at Naha-
Dayan Says Israel Is
Capable Of Defeating
Arabs In Ail-Out War
rayim after they ambushed an
Israeli patrol in the Jordan Val-
ley. A military spokesman s il I
the planes scored direct hits.
Direct hits were also reported
by pilots who attacked the artil-
ler> deployments at Ira. a village
near Salt. 11 miles east of the
Jordan River. The targets wre
155 mm. field guns used by the
Jordanian Army and 130 mm. ar-
tillery employed oy the Syrian
and Iraqi forces, as well as anti-
aircraft batteries protecting the
gun positions. A military sp
man said the radar station n ir
Karak was under the c immand
o:' the Egyptian Air Force. Its
p:r|H>se is to observe Israel Air
Force activity inside Israel.
An Israeli officer, Lt. Drorl
Gilboa, was killed by Egyptian
shelling in the southern seel r
Of the Suez Canal. A military
spokesman said that Israeli
and Egyptian forces exchanged
fire intermittently during the
night.
UN Should Not Aid Camps Under
Terrorist Control\ osef Tekoah
UNITED NATIONS IJTA)
Ambassador Yos.-f Tekoah told
the I'.N.'s Special Political Com-
mittee as it took up the report
ot the United Nations Relief and
Works Agency for Palestine
Refugees (UNRWA), that U.N.
aid should not be given to Arab
refugee camps that pass into the
control of terror organizations.
'The U.N. cannot give assistance
to persons engaged in warfare
against a member state," he
said.
Mr. Tekoah was referring to
the 14 or 15 UNRWA camps in
Lebanon which have been taken
over by terror organizations. He
said the UNRWA is not entitled
t > continue the administration
of a camp and the supply of re-
lief and services to it when it
l (>mes a "barracks of terror
or ;anizations. He charged that
the refugee camps have l>ccome
a base for mobilizing and train-
ing terror squads.
Mr. Tekoah urged UNRWA to
IN THIS ISSUE .
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revise its rolls to eliminate the
many Vrabs in the occupied ter-
ritories who have become si -
supporting in order to relieve
s me of its st \ re financial
den. He noted that the Commis-
sioner General's report placed
their number as high as 148,004,
and observed that there may be
many more, because an accurate
assessment is nearly Impossible
in view ot the UNRWA'8 work-
ing rules.
Meanwhile, a spokesman for
UNRWA sai l that the guerrillas
who have taken control of the
cams s have ncl interfere I w il i
the health and welfare services
idi il to Arab refug i s in
: banon and thai the ag< ncy r -
garded their control as "t n
rary" and hoped that the normal
.- mtrol of the Lebanese govern-
ment would be restored. Apart
from the alnorir.al activities of
i cent weeks, he said, there has
p.o "evert recruitment" in
the camps by the guerrilla or-
ganizations.
TF.L AVIV (JTA) Defense
Minis! r Moshe Dayan said this
week that Israel was fully cap-
able of defeating the Arabs In
another war despite the fact that
combined Arab strength is P0
r< greater in air power and 5 3
r> greater in armor than it was
before the June, 1987 Six-Day
War.
Gen Djyan said that immedi-
ately after the war. Egypt had
only 40'; of its ore-war air
strength and 30'" of its armore \
force intact. But since the war.
the Egyptian Air Force and
B : .r have become 70'i strong-
er than they were when the war
broke out He Said Israel's o';-
j- ftiv' was to prevent es i
tion that could !c id to a new war
and t dampen the Arab w
fight.
Gen, Dayan disclosed th il n
i-- seven months the
rri I .> 't 13 a;
:ks c m mando raids an-1
one i tval sortie, Israel suffei I
49 casual! -. only i small
t :; of them fatal. '<' ut the
Egyptians suffered 30 c -
ties mosth killed, D irin: t'.:
....... period, Israel made
65 i:r rai Is and an unspe
number <>:' ground attacks *'hi 'h
cost the Egyptians more thvi
1000 casualties against 20 Is-
raeli casualties, he said.
d ramins; of three Egyptian
planes in a clash over the Suez
Canal this week brought to 53
the number of Egypt's air loss -
sir.ee th.' 1W7 war. as against
nine Israel losses, including one
Piper Cv.b, the Israeli military
s oki sman said. The fight was
the first since Oct. 16. when Is-
rael said there were three MIG
"kills."
The fighting came in the wake
of a high-ranking Israeli mili-
t i-y officer's statement th
Continued on Pa.ge 9-A
Appeal Is Filed By
Public Prosecutor
THE HAGUE (JTA) The
itor has filed ai
il ir; the Suprem
luvenil irl
i of three months for 15-
ir-ol i J lanian Ta> si
' for wing a grena I
Israel Eml ssy on S I
["he si ntenci in a reformat i'
is i.: i, ss time than the boy has
....... .,. ,t. ;,..,,.,,,, The pros
it I tsked indefiniti
tention but the juvinile court
held that the detention in a re-
formatory for the sentence was
a lequ ite punishment becau
problems of language religi n
nd fc I c implications
Max Fisher Elected President Of CJFWF
BOSTON Max. M. Fisher
of Detroit was the unanimous
choice for pr. stdent of the 2,000
di legates attending the annual
national General Assembly of
the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions ami Welfare Funds.
Mr. Fisher, who is chairman of
President Nixon's National Cen-
ter for Voluntary Action, suc-
ceeds Louis J. Fox of Baltimore
as head of the Council, which is
the association of 223 local Jew-
ish Federations, Welfare Funds
and Community Councils serving
800 communities In the United
States and Canada.
More than one million Jews
contribute to the annual fed-
erated campaigns, the largest
Jewish fund-raising effort in the
world. Council members are ex-
pected to raise a total of $265
million in 19C9 for the entire
nt Jewish needs en the
local and national levels, as
as i:i Israel and other overs -
lands.
As chairman of the Na'
Center for Voluntary Action.
Mr. Fisher heads the Adminis-
tration's program for enlisting
ncn-governmental, privati sec-
tor organizations and philan-
thropic agencies to suppler. I
federal action to meet the S
and economic ills of the nation.
Prominent in the leadership of
major communal, civic and i-
cial service organizations for
more than 30 years, Mr. Fisher
i.- chairman of New Detroit, one
of the nation's most successful
urban coalition groups, and th:
the honorary chairman of the
United Foundation of Detroit.
He also serves as president of
the United Jewish Appeal, chair-
man 'i the United Israel Appeal.
and as chairman of the ex< naive
hoar i of the American Jewish
Committee.
During the last presidential
campaign, Mr. Nixon name i Mr.
Fisher, who is a member of the
National Republican Committee,
t i serve as ins sp rial advisor
or. urban and community affairs.
He is chairman of the board of
the Fisher New-Center Co. of
Detroit, and a director of nu-
merous corporations, including
Michigan Consolidated Gas Co..
Michigan Bell Telephone. Allen
Industries of Detroit and Manu-
facturers National Bank of De-
troit.
The General Assembly, the
Council's governing body, re-
elected Irving Blum of Balti-
Continued on f-9 8-A
MAX FISHER


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Friday, November 21, 1969
Z O A Refuses To Join Any
American Zionist Federation
NEW YORK 1JTA1 The
Zionist Organization of America
has (lajfj refused to .join "any
American Zionist toleration as
presently proposed.'" The 100,-
iVK) member ZOA said further
that establishmenl of a federa-
ti ii. '"should Ik' postponed pend-
urther consideration of this
natter by the Jewish Agency
Kecutivc and the World Zionist
< Irgunization."
Tlie vote against membership
was approved by the National
hbcecutive Committee which rul-
ed that implementation of the
proposals would impose on the
American Zionist movement an
expensive and bureaucratic su-
perstructure which would sub-
stitute organizational contro-
versy, red-tape and duplication
for effective Zionist work in the
United States." This it said.
would result in "a substantial
wakening <>; the entire Zionist
n >\ nient."
The ZOA National Executive
' i mil t< ilsn declared that the
mentation of the proposals,
prepared by the Advisory Com-
mittee on the American Zionist
Federation, "will inevitably im-
pair, curtail and lead to the
liquidation Of the traditional
functions and activities of the
ZOA." It rejected the proposed
Federation as "'injurious to the
Zionist movement and the liftst
interests of Israel.
The ZOA is not a member of
the Advisory Committee which
has proposed rcconstitution of
the Zionist movement in the U.S.
The World Zionist Congress vot-
ed in July, 1968, t>> establish
territorial Zionist federation to
replace the prevent Zionist party
system. The proposed federations
throughout the world would he
constituted 50 percent of Zionists
and M) percent of non-Zionists.
', Adult Education Board
Elects Cochairmen
Marian E. Capper and Lawrence
K. London have been elected as
, cochairmen of the Adult Board of
Education of the Dade County
Community Schools. .Mr. London.
director of the London Conserva-
tory, and Miss Capper, head of the
Diet Club, were selected at a re-
cent meeting held in the Ida M.
Fisher School.
Minn.'tie Wolf will serve as scc-
n tary to the chairmen of the pro-
gram, which offers courses in ball-
room dancing, charm, grooming,
gourmel cooking, ait. sculpture.
music and language.
Members of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Budget
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are (seated from left) Chairman, Walter Falk, David S. Kenin,
Mrs. Milton S. Green, (standing) Stanley Gilbert and Dr.
Maurice Rich.
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Friday, November 21, 1969
fJewist Fhridliaui

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Rabbi To Review Book
- at the mooting of tho Sister-
he id of th.' Israelite O m r
Rabbi Avrom I.. Drazin will re- social hall at 8 p.m. Tuesday,
view C'haim Potok's "Th Prom- In honor of Jewish Hook Month
The Advance Gifts Committee of the 1970
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation meets to plan a dinner at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Levy on
Nov. 24. Meeting are (from left seated), Sol
Goldstein, Herbert Bernstein, Samuel I.
Adler; standing, Chairman Harry A. Levy
and Campaign General Chairman Robert
Russell.
Golden North Dade CJA-IEF Chairman
Robert Russell, general chair- holds membership in the Pioneer
man of the Greater Miami Jewish ,,<)(,KC 311 F & AM flnd ,
Federation's 1970 Combined Jew- .... _, ..,..
ish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund M Consutory of Scottish Rite. ^^ ^^ ^ ^ j^
campaign, has announced Joseph He serves as treasurer of the Miami Beach, Mrs. I.ouis Baron
Cancer Institute Unit Meets
The Shore Unit of the Papanico-
laou Cancer Research Institute
Will hold a luncheon mooting at
noon Monday in the Holiday Inn.
Golden's acceptance of the North
Dade area chairmanship.
A past president of Beth Torah
Congregation, Mr. Golden of the
Southeast Region of the United
Synagogues of America and chair-
man of its Youth Commission.
The chairmanship ot the North
11a le CJA-IEF drive is another in
a long list of civic duties for Mr.
Ion, who is a graduate of the
University of Miami School of Law
Council for International Visitors, will preside
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And we remind you that the Home's financial problems
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The Home's deficit is mounting with frightening rapidity.
The Thrift Shop, therefore, must render much greater
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Volume 42
Friday. November 21. 1969
Number 47
11 KISLEV
Nasser Whistles In The Dark
Egypt's President Nasser seems to have made it quite
plain that there is to be no compromise path to peace in
the Middle East. The merits of the American-Soviet talks
notwithstandingand there may be doubt in many minds
as to the proposed solutions arising from their talks
Nasser has effectively closed the door by recklessly telling
his National Assembly that political "half-solutions'' would
not suffice, that the Arab nations must "go along a road
covered with blood." He did not tell his own people quite
so plainly that it was their blood, as well as Israeli, that
he so generously offered.
Unbiased observers believe that Nasser's brave talk
betrays more weakness than strength. He boasts of eco-
nomic recovery when in fact it rests on handouts from the
Soviet Union and other Arab regimes. His leadership in
the Arab world is threatened by the guerrilla leaders, who
have no nationals responsibility. He is, as it were, whistl-
ing in the dark.
But this mad whistling is fraught with danger not only
for Israel and the Arab nations Nasser may carry with him
but for world peace as well.
Bureau's Role In Jewish Education
The annual dinner of the Bureau of Jewish Education
takes on special significance this year as the Greater
Miami community also pays honor to Albert Ossip. one of
its leaders at all levels, not only in the specialized area of
education.
The past several years have seen a greater awareness
en the part of Jewish communities throughout the country
on the need for intensified Jewish education. Top priority
for this has been the watchword of recent conventions of
major Jewish organizations, both secular and religious.
The Bureau, here as elsewhere, has played an important
role in the education of several generations of American
Jews and. cs studies in Greater Miami and other cities near
conclusion, its future role will become more clearly defined.
Whatever that may be, Greater Miami's Bureau of Jewish
Education may be assured that its contribution to our com-
munity has not gone unrecognized, either on the part of
lay leaders or its dedicated professional staff.
Labor Now Speaks With One Voice
Poale Zion United Labor Zionist Organization and
cmd's affiliation with the Jewish Labor Committee has
c :ect significance for the American Jewish community.
For the first time in American history there is one
spokesman for the Jewish labor movement, for the JLC re-
T.resents not only the Workmen's Circle and the United
Hebrew Trades but also the some 500,000 Jewish members
of the AFL-CIO. Such a unified labor voice is certain to be
heard with greater respect ct the top levels of Jewish leader-
ship and in selecting the veteran Charles Zimmerman,
hero of meny a labor battle for four decades, as head of
JLC. the voice will be one trained to speak the desires and
aspirations of the often-neglected Jewish workingman.
Jewish Books Get Special Attention
The People of the Book, as the Jews are known, have
set aside a month in honor of Jewish Books for the pa3t 27
years. The Jewish community of Greater Miami will partici-
pate in this month's observance of Jewish Book Month.
A series of even's have been scheduled by many of
the synagogues and, significantly, at the public libraries of
Miami and Miami Beach under the local sponsorship of
!-.e Bureau of Jewish Education.
Delving into the world of Jewish knowledge, history
and literature should not be just a sometime thing if we are
to maintain our boast of literacy, but setting aside a special
month will help deepen the sense of Jewish peoplehood
'hrough a wider interest in the many books available for
this purpose.
The panel of exports in the
second annual William and Irene
Sigel Seminar, which this year
dealt with The American Jew-
ish Family." provided what a
number of people described as a
"magnificent learning experi-
ence" as they incisively discussed
the strengths and weaknesses ot
today's family and child-parent
relationships within the Jewish
context.
The day. to me, also pointed
up the strengths and weaknesses
of our own Jewish and. most
likely, the entire American Jew-
ish community. For an all-day
I seminar, the turnout of several
i hundred people at Temple I*-
i rae! may be considered a good
' one. No fault, then, with num-
! bersor even quality except
: that the absence of so many "in-
' volved" lay leaders and profes-
sional Jewish communal worker*
is. to me at least, a significant
commentary on their commit-
ment to a Jewish future Fi w
subjects are more relevant to
that commitment and few
qualified men than M irshall
Sklare, Rabbi Irving Greet
and Dr. Jacob Ariow h e gt
this community in recent > rrs
with their knowledge an I in-
sights.
Sociologist Sklare. who* stu-
. dies of the American Jewish
scene rate in the I >p '
such scholarly works, s 11
. it up when hi
, the responsibility for the i -.-
become the synagogue's. "It has
become a family institutiona
multi-generation institution- at
a time of tension between the
generations. It is a vast new re-
sponsibility, because In past
generations one could become a
Jew without the synagogue. But
that is no longer true. The syna-
gogue has assumed the crucial
role of becoming the 'spokes-
man for the Jewish family in
America."
An Orthodox rabbi of, if you
will pardon my bias, surprisingly
liberal dimensions, Rabbi Green-
berg spoke of the institutional
shifts which require that the
present generation of youth be
more educated and more ol>-
servant if there is to be a future
Jewish community, making it
clear that we cannot live on the
sentiment of the past any longer.
or the traditions of the Ameri-
can Jewish community. "Our
Jewish leader* continue to ap-
prove the wrong priorities for
Jewish funds. We may end up
with Jewish hospitals but no
jews tu occupy their beds."
Dr. Arlou. a New York psy-
chiatrist, also took note "i these
tutioi changes in his pap-
er on 1 -"' ::'iriu BS
ne of 1 idoles-
, nts uch smaller family
and Jewish c immunity groups
than in th ; ast, so that I
is gi nee on the
ily i way.
do"**
No itfflr'nl (l fc {iMffiitfee^ub.
leaders as models-and heroes
during the years of adolescent
detachment from parents" was
cited as one of the examples of
the differences between this
generation and an earlier one,
suggesting the need for institu-
tional revamping.
Referring to another conflict
within Jewish families of more
recent days. Rabbi Greenberg
confessed that diaspora tradition
had nothing to say about how to
act in terms of participation in
the Moratorium marches (h.
took part in last Saturday'-.
Washington march with some 30
Yeshiva University students i.
for in the diaspora the Jew had
"neither the ability nor the op-
portunity to act politically. For
American Jews, particularly,
that history has come to an end."
We now h ive power.
Thus according to Rabbi Green-
berg. "Religion has to tell me
what to do with |wer today.
how to de il with our affluence.
for now Jew- have a say in na-
tional policy." Yet. discussing
the possibility of a backlash
the fears of which he saw as
legitimate" Rabbi Greenberg
made it clc ir there must be a
primacj ol special concern for all
Ji a- and. that somehow, the
action he advocates must have
th it responsibility always In
mind.
That tension which seems to
Conlino.a on Page 7-A
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON The left-
wing intellectuals have long
since proclaimed the Cold War
a di plorable figment of the im-
aginations of deplorable greal
men. like Winston S. Churchill,
Harry S. Truman and Dean G.
Acheson. But thus.- who still op-
cide and more partic-
ularly the Jewish 1 ft-wing intel-
lect ils id better have anoth-
er look at what is happening in
the Midd ast.
In his i"' cenl speech, Gamal
Abdel Nasser rather superflu-
ously announced thai Egypl was
at war with Israel. It was a
flu announcement be-
cause every realistic observer
knows thai Nasser would cheer-
fully "strengthen his leadership
of the Arab world" by a vast
human sa r ifice ol every man.
woman and child ol .!' u ish blood
in all ol Isi -
But the i' al cause for worry
in Nassi r's speech was the shrill.
untruthl on the
Ami-] s sen ing in the I
Ai my. Thi n are indeed a few
young Ji wish A
have undi i land ibly found a
ni w in life in Israi I.
This repo I iboul
three or four ol them, in uni-
form and in the kibbutzes. But
when a Soviet pup|>ct which i-
what Nasser really is today
si.nis talking in this manner
the speeeii shoiilil always be read
as though it were written In
mil i oi-writing.
In other words, you should
ic that the Soviets an
thinking about doing, or are al-
ready planning to do. things thai
spukcsnn n like Nasser chargi
the United States with doing. li-
the pn ni case, thai means
they are at l< asl thinking about
So* ii t volunteers" seising in
the i .:> pi i.ui and perhaps thi
other Aian armies or air forces
Thus ii the Arab ai mios and
air forces have been hopelessly
outclassed bj the Israelis. But
I he air is the critical element a-
the Six-Day Wai proved. Thi
brutally .-ra*s Soviet attempt to
steal a Mirage fighter plan-
from the Lebanese air force also
proved that the Soviet war-
planners share this opinion.
Until they gel all of their 50
American Phantom jets, the Is-
raelis must mainly rely on theii
remaining French Mirages. Th"
attempt to steal the Lebai
Mirage tighter obviously reveal-
ed a desire to iiml out. in simu-
lated combat, how to beat the
- Miiagea *wUv-trtu.svWt equiva-
lentthe MIG-21s. of which the
Egyptians have a great many
by now.
Furthermore, Soviet military
personnel are now working with
the Egyptian armed forces at
every level, from battalion and
company to the high command
The whole Egyptian air-warning
Continued on Page 11-A J


Friday. November 21, 1969

f
i"Jcni$ti fhrkMnn
Page 5-A
Temple Einanu-El Dinner
Has Record Turnout
Dr. Irving Lehrman was the proud recipient of the Prime
Minister's Medallion of the Stale of Israel presented to him
last Sunday night at the Temple Emanu-El Dinner on be-
half of Israel Bonds. The Award was conferred upon him
by General Chaim Herzog, Chief of Israel's Intelligence
Service. Congratulating Dr. Lehrman is Samuel Friedland,
chairman of the Board of Temple Emanu-El.
Dr. Zand Elected As Chairman Of NAIRO
Dr. Walter Zand, Florida Re-
gional director of the American
Jiwish Committee has been elect-
ed chairman of the South Florida
Chapter of the National Associa-
tion of Intergroup Relations Offi-
cials (NAIRO i.
NAIRO was founded in 1947 as
an organization of individuals con*
reined with advancing intergroup
n lations knowledge and skills, im-
proving the standards of profes-
sional intergroup relations prac-
tice, and furthering acceptance of
the goals and principles of inter-
group relations work.
The South Florida Chapter of
NAIRO was chartered approxi-
mately, three years ago. its mem-
bership includes intergroup rela-
tions professionals representing
a number of local Ixxlies as well
as educators and the clergy, and
others who are motivated towards
its goals and principles.
Other officers elected were T.
Willard Fair, executive director of
the Ifrban 1-eague of Greater Mi-
ami Inc.. who will servo as vice
chairman. ;ind Kd Cooke, Commu-
nity Relations Officer of the Com-
munity Relations Board, who was
chosen as secretary-treasurer.
A record turnout iil i the
Diplomat Hi.tWs Grand ISalfebom
Sunday night to pay hu w to
Dr. Irving Lchnvyjn ;iy,;i< J mple
Emanu-El Isra< I Dinm r ol State.
Gen. Chaim Herzog, who fluv to
Miami from Israel rspteiall.- to
present the Prime Minister's Me-
dallion to Rabbi Lehrman nl the
annual dinner in behalf >>| Israel
Bonds, also addressed the gather-
ing. Gen. Herzog is chief of Israel's
Intelligence Service, and his stir-
ring speech inspired members of
the audience to purchase the larg-
est amount of bonds sold at a Con-
gregation dinner since the incep-
tion of the Israel Bond drive.
Chairmen of the dinner were
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cowan and
Mr. and Mrs. HaiTJ I.. \y; Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Goldstein served as chair-
men of the Committee of Patron-
----------------
Book Review Scheduled
Samuel Relsner will review the '
Elliott Arnold book. "A Night of
Watching" Monday at the 12:30
p.m. meeting of the Women ol Me-
sivta High School in Beth Israel
Congregation, 770 W. 40th St.
Miami Beach.
Hosts. Other program participants
included Samuel Friedland, chair-
man of the board of Temple
Emanu-El and honorary chairman
ol the Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization, who delivered greet-
ings to the gathering; Joseph Co-
hen, temple president; Milton Sir-
kin, Jack Popick, Cantor Zvi
Adler and Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Gen. Herzog was introduced by
Stephen Muss, chairman of Trus-
tees of Israel.
The traditional Israel Menorah
ol Statehood ceremony was eon-
ducted by Ben Essen. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Sirkin were torch bearers;
pilot holders were Mr. and Mrs.
A J. Molasky.
Among the other participants in
the ceremonies were Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Frankel, Mr. and Mrs. Bel -
jamin Meyers, Nathan Darsky, Mr.
and Mis. Sol Shaye, Mr. and Mrs.
: Harry Millman, Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing Cohen, Mr, and Mrs. San
Adler. Judge and Mrs. Herbert
Shapiro anil Mr. and Mrs. Murry
j Koretzky.
Also Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sail-
kin, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rabin. -
wit/. Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Row .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rott, Mrs.
Andrew Blass, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Halperin, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kat/-
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Mi ami Mrs. Jack Popick, Mr.and
Mrs. lien Levine. Mr. and Mrs
Robert Russell, Dr. and Mrs. Davi
Lehrman and Rosalind Lehrman.
and l>r. and Mis. Ir\mg Lehrman.
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vjenisfincrxf&r
Friday, November 21, 1969
Meetings Paving Way For
1970 Federation Campaign
--------------- _c rp Jr^r program chairman Mrs. Louis Ma-
Hnillp's AllxiliarV TO Meet 1 lieSOay :kovsky. A native of Brooklyn and
i product of the Chasstdic school of
teaching. Rabbi Weberman will
review the book "Ethics of Our
Fathers." edited by Rabbi Judah,
referred to by Talmudic students
j as "Rabbi Judah. the Prince."
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Rubaiyat Room of the Algiers
Hotel at noon Tuesday.
Mrs. Lawrence Silverman. presi-
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the message of welcome: the in-
vocation will be given by Mrs. A. J.
Molasky.
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Friday, November 21, 1969
fJenist) Ftoridfiaun
Page 7-A
Bureau Of Jewish Education Honors Popeye p,ayho,,se At Sunday Bazaar
^ ***** *-Vl*Vi*HVll XJ.VI1U1 O SkiDDOr ChlH-k's "Prairvp Plnv- frv,d ami nfroshmonts stands in-
Ossip On Thirtieth Year Of Service
Thirty years of service to the
educational institutions of Greater
;.'iami will be marked by the Bu-
rcau of Jewish Education, educa-
tional arm of the Greater Miami
wish Federation, at its annual
inner in the Fontainebleau Hotel
- inday. Retiring president Albert
Ossip will bo honored at the
ala cell brat ion. which will begin
: t 7 p.m.. for his three years of
dicated and loyal service. He
ill assume the post of honorary
Mr. Ossip, president of the Ossip
- trance Agency, has served as
i n iident of the Southeast
gion of the Zi< :si Organization
'.-. i ica as pn sid nt of ZOA's
:' i louncil oi Soui i,
i i- a oast command) r of
e J h :sii v,\.i Vi t n< a |y i eti d offict ts of the
in, including .> onard
pn si.I.'in ; i., on J. Ell,
:. Frumkes, Jack Katz-
n Hai old Thurman, vice
csid nts; < Wear Mam!" r, t r is-
nd Mrs, Henry B, Wernick,
en tary, will In- install) d by
ft ibin, x itive \ Ice presi-
t the American Association
v ish Education. Mr. Toul ::..
ts served as associate direc-
r the Commission on Jewish
Bl d as i.ire. tor i I
a". Office of tii.. Jewish
flfan Board, and after joining
i American Jewish Congress
s t. the position ol national ex-
; live director. He was ,!< his t. s. :.t position in 19S0.
ii :. i (Committee in charge
arrangements for the a i
!.:.:' in< I id s Leonard ZiltM rt.
;rs. H< nry B. Wernick, Max
aria William Agranove, Rabbi
tin A ilay, Judge Fred< i
I Mr. and Mis. M. A. Bas-
n Dr i i rnardo Bom s. Th< odon
Herman, Dr. and Mrs. William Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Neal
Bernstein, Jerome Biencnfcld, Mr. ] Heller, Harold Jaffer;
and Mrs. Joseph Cohen, Mrs. Jo-
seph Duntov. Leon J. Ell, Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Epstein, Mr. anti Mrs.
Also Irving B. Kaplan, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Katzman, Harry Kim-
l.all. Mr. and Mrs. Hylan Kout. Mr.
and Mrs. Murray Maisel Mrs. Max
Meisel, A. J. Molasky. Oscar Mam-
ber, Mrs. David Muskat. Mr. and
Mis. Albert K. Ossip. Jack E. Po-
i.irk. Mis. Matilda. Ratnor, Sidney
Raymond, Rabbi Solomon Schiff,
Mr. and Mis. Gerald Schwartz, Al
Sherman. Mis. Many Simonhoff,
Louis F. Snetman. Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry SUSSman, Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Thurman and Dr. Isaac L'n-
terman.
The Bureau ol Jewish Education
i ::" rs pi nsultation and total t du-
ati ..al s, rvio s to more than
I ',000 stud in 40 Greater Mi-
ami Ji v. ish pehoi is. and dii i 'ts
the toll '. hi J' wish Studii s < the
pi ineip il ti aining ground for new
tc achi rs) tli> '> ntral Hi brew High
s. hoi.I (which offers si condary < d-
ucation to graduates of the He-
bn w departmi nts oi congrega-
tional schools) and the ('< ntral
Ben Essen, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fox, Library, which now contains more
Ivyn .'. Frumkes, Louis Gadon, titan 14.000 volumes in Hebrew,
i v:i A. Grunhut, Edward E. Yiddish and English.
Cohen
Skipper Chuck's 'Popeye Play-
house," WTVJ's celebrated chil- .
dren's show, will be featured at the
second annual Carnival Ba/aar on |
the campus of the Hebrew Aead- '
emy of Greater Miami, 2400 Pine
Tree Dr.. Sunday, cochairmen Mrs.
Leonard Adler and Howard Fried-
man have announced.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Moses,
3fS20 Chase Ave.. whose daughter.
Judy, attends the Academy, will
sponsor the "Popeye Playhouse"
appi arance.
Another feature of the Carnival-
Bazaar will be the exhibition and
saie i.l a rare collection of some
150 scenes of Israel which have
liin hand-embroidered on broad-
cloth, linen and satin. The hand-
crafted works arc reproductions of
the paintings "t the noted Israeli
l ainter, Nahum Arbel,
There will be a variety of rides
.:.'. competition booths for the en-
n rti.ir.nn nt < I al! age groups, and
ALBERT ossip
STIFFEL
CHAIN
LAMP
NEW i)70 >nn;i,s
Ccr.finuec fro.n Page 4-A
ha vi -" | between p ents
r..vv :: over lb-. Mora-
tic is seen by R ibbi
: :.. e g us nol iesull nj from
litical differences but because
enl l auth rity has en
phi nge' "You want your
childr n to see the world as you
d bu1 they d >n't. and your un-
....;,ess to understand their
Is leads to conflict" and. Dr.
Arlow added, "if adults refuse
to let go. they accentuate the
proa SS of alienation."
1 must confess that 1 have
skimmed only what 1 have de-
gired for this particular column
;n terms of timeliness and in do-
so hive committed an in-
justice I have not written about
h, nt contribution these
men have made to an under-
El mding of the Jewish present
ful ire, as sen In the pic-
ture ol the family, bo vital to
'. ish pa-i and present and
urely, the future. I plan to do
-( in future columns and I am
hi p ful that the tapes will be
transcribed and the entire pro-
gs published in Temple Is-
\i. to provide those who want
to know where we are heading
and -.hat we may do about it
lenefil of outstanding Jewish
scholarship.
Square Dance Wednesday
Uncle Harvey and His Western
Swing Band will be featured at the
square dance sponsored by the
Young Couples Club of Beth Moshc
Congregation at 8 p.m. Wednesday
jr. the Little River Auditorium.
Pizza and drinks will be served.
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+Je*tsi> fhrkUan
Friday, November 21. 1969
Max Fisher Elected President Of CJFWF
( outiiMitii from Page 1-A)
more, Morris Glasser of Chicago,
Ijiwrenee K. Irell of Los Anjje-
les, Morris L. Levinson of Now
York, Irving W. Rabb of Boston.
^Hyniah, Safran of Detroit, Sam-
uel J. Silberman of Now York
ami Ray D. Wolfe of Toronto
as vice presidents. Mrs. Arnold
Rubenstfin of St. Paul was
chosen as secretary, and Judge
Noehem S. Winnet of Philedphia
as treasurer.
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variety of subjects were passed
by the Assembly delegates, who
heard Daniel P. Moynihan a
counselor to the President, out-
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abolish poverty in America.
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Welfare, told the assembly the
Administration's major goal was
to enhance the quality of human
life in the nation. He did not
s|X'll out how the goals would
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to do the job alone."
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three terms as CJFWF presi-
dent, stressed that America's
urban problems. Israel's critical
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m. nt of strong American Jewish
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mitments.
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were 2.. Greater Miami Jewish
communal leaders, including the
chairman of Federation's Budget
Committee, Walter Falk, and
Mrs. Falk. Leon D. Fisher, Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley Gilbert, Mrs.
Sol Goldstein. Budget Commit-
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Mr. Thurman was chairman of
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Mrs. Levey, Mrs. Shapiro and
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*Jt*.# IflkridHann
Page 9-A

iv. Claude R, Kirk One Of 5 Governors On Tour Of Israel
Florida's Gov. Claude R. Kirk,
lr., was one of five governors who
made a recent fact-finding tour of
mat visiting the Hadassah-
Hebrew University Medical Center
|i:i Jerusalem and talking to sol-
riiers recovering from wounds in
| the hospital's orthopedic depart -
I nient.
The stat-. leaders, including
Gov. James A. RhrxVs of Ohio.'
Rhode Island's Gov. Franch Ucht,
GOV. Frank L. Farrar of South |
Dakota and Gov. Calvin L. Ramp-
ton of I'tah saw Arab members of j
the El Fatah terrorist oigani/a- I
tion who had been injured in
clashes witjj Israelis, recuperating ,
in the same department. Gov. Kirk i
reported that he had talked with
one of these patients, who told
him Iv hail been a student at the ,
University of Damascus, and rc-
ported that he was Retting very ;
good medical treatment at the
hospital.
Said Gov. Kirk. -The women of '
Haiiassah have always told me
with great inrsonal but quiet
pride about their hospital in Jeru-'
salem. I can only say that they j
tind. rstate their achievements. I
This is a wonderful medical cen-
ter of which all Americans can be
proud.
i
"The Iladassah women remind '
me of the words of the psalmist.'
who warns us to beware of the !
people who shout their prowess on!
street corners." Gov. Kirk added.
"The ladies believe that deeds like
the building of this hospital speak
btst for them."
Israel Can Defeat Arabs
(Continued from Page 1-A)
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knocked out in two months of
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fied number of radar stations
had been damaged or destroyed,
and that Egyptian mortar and
artiller) positions have "taken
a serious beating." His remarks
were interpreted to mean that
I hi' whole 250-mile Egyptian
front is now'without a ground-
to-air missile defense net against
Israel air attacks.
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Friday, November 21, 1369
Israel Newsletter
By EUAHU SALPETER
Israel's Becoming A Land Of Sabras
Jerusalem
WHERE was ,v TIME, not very
long ag hi [si
born, >. ing a ibra," wa^ mi -
thing between a pi \\ ileg
stal IS sj mb il s OUI
ia this country. In pre-Indepedence
days, Immigrants from Europe
.; u] ij b< rn In
Palestine as a precious first installment oi the
Promised Land's promise fulfilled,
During a:,a after 1948, bell g a sabra meant not
only Sit one was probably pampered more th
at one als > felt Obliged i" do cert iin
things dike joining the Palmach, Etzel or Lehi,
ir long trous ind being less pol
public Hi in you really wanted to be.l
Tin irael-b the popi:':
naturally I but the pore, nta -
slowly '" tuafi ol v i}ir/J"
nwfty in Tfie first d cade or :-
. xhe percent n to increasi
cent j iwever, until ac ordin i I > the
government statistical yi sabi <- now ..rount
he Jev i h populatl 'a. Thus, i
re 5 an unexpected wave of immigratio
born Israelis will so "i be in the m ij >r for thi
first time sin nisi dream n t" turn into
i !ity.
Today b ing Israel-b rn loes no1 make o
apart. There ire truckdrivi I mivi rsity pr >f< -
. an I crap-sh nsj
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
What Happened At The Polls
IF THE ISRAEL Labor Party headed
headed by Premier Golda Meir had
captured a clear and commanding ma-
I jority in the recent election, it could
proceed with the setting up of the new
government, sure of its control in the
Knesset. Lacking that majority, Labor
has no alternative but to negotiate with
the other parties, offer them Cabinet
posts, or compromise on certain policies, in order to
obtain their adherence to a working coalition. That can
be a long and wearying process.
Now that the final results are in, we can take note
of some of the interesting, significant or even bizarre
ispects of the poll. In the first place, some 1.400,000 cast
their ballots, constituting 80^< of the eligible voters. Of
h.' parties which competed, three failed to reach even
the minimum number necessary to elect one member of the
Knesset and therefore disappear from the political scene.
Between You and Me: By BORIS SM01AR
Leader Number 1
THE ELECTION' of Max Fisher
as president of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds makes him the "Jewish
Leader Number One" of the Amer-
ican Jewish community.
I am often asked: "Who speaks
toi American Jewry??"
My answer to interested per-
sons. Jews and non-Jews alike, is this: "Dozens of
central Jewish organizations exist in this country.
but only about half a dozen can rightfully claim they
are entitled to si>eak on behalf of all elements of
U.S. Jewry in the field in which each is active."
When Louis J. Fox. the outgoing CJFWF presi-
' dent, apix-'ared last month before a Senate commit-
tee to argue against certain tax proposals that could
affect the existence of welfare, health and cultural
institutions, he spoke not only on behalf of the or-
ganized Jewish communities but also in the name of
about 25 major- Jewish organizations as welle as
the American Jewish Committee. American Jewish
Con ess, United Jewish Appeal, Joint Distribution
Committee, Hadassah and others,
One of the few Jewish organizations that can
claim to speak for all elements in American Jewry
is the United Jewish Appeal. It is entitled to do so
because it is backed by all Jews in this country, no
matter what their ideology or affiliation. The Joint
Distribution Committee can make the same claim,
and for the same reason. The National Jewish Com-
munity Relations Advisory Council, which has all
the major Jewish Community Councils, all major
Jewish organizations engaged in the fight against
anti-Semitism and the fight for human rights, as
well as all the central religious bodies in its ranks,
is also entitled to make that claim.
The "Jewish Organization Number One" in the
Jewish communal life of America today is the
CJFWF, the central body of all the communities,
which are trie backbone for all the existing groups
and institutions engaged in local, national and over-
seas activities. As its new president, Mr. Fisher thus
becomes "Leader No. 1" of American Jewry. Known
for his active leadership in numerous other groups.
he also serves as president of the United Jewish
Appeal, and chairman of the American Jewish Com-
mittee's executive board.
Mr. Fisher has also gained quite a reputation as
a leader in non-Jewish causes. He is quite close to
President Richard M. Nixon, who -quite justifiably
looks upon him as one of the most respected fig-
ures in American Jewish leadership.
TWO of these represented the extreme poles on the Issue
of the Arab territories occupied during th Six-Day War.
The Peace Party, which demanded immediate and un-
conditional return of these territories, received only 5,300
votes in the entire country. The Land of Israel Party, at
the other extreme, which favored outright annexation, re-
ceived only 4.900 votes. In short, both extremes were re-
jected by the Israel electorate.
On the whole, the results were fairly predictable. Ever
since the creation of the State, and despite the great
waves of immigration which have almost quadrupled the
Jewish population in just over 20 years, there has been a
relative consistency in the national pattern. Once again
this year there were no radical shifts in support, beyond
a few percent one way or another for various parties.
One of the big question marks was the reaction of
Israel's Arabs. Since they vote for the most part in Arab
population centers, their leanings can be easily ascertained.
They had an opportunity to express their dissatisfaction
with the Israel government and its general policies by the
presence on the ballot of the New Communist Party,
which comes as close to open hostility as is legally possi-
ble. To everyone's surprise, only 30'; of the Arab vote
went to this party, giving them the same three Knesset
seats they had last time.
After a four-year absence from the Knesset, Moshe
Sneh was returned to that b idy as the role representative
of iiis Maki (Communist I gr >up. Url Avneri, the maverick
leader of the Ha-Olam Hazeh Party, managed to pull in
a colleague. But analysts within and without the Labor
Party are seeking the reason for the drop from 63 Knesset
seats to only 3t;. Many believe thai Labor's link with the
left wing Mapam. Hushomer Hatzair, turned many of the
uncommitted voters away from Labor They could not
bring themselves to support a party which had taken the
Mapam, with its questionable foreign policy, its long-
standing endorsement of the Soviet Union and its historic
stand in favor of a bi-national state in Israel is a partner.
Two final notes: An unprrce 1, tit one-third of the 120-
member Knesset will be new faces. And. on a biz II re note,
the National Religious Party (Mizrachil polled more \ iti -
in numerous Arab villages than Labor! The reason given
is that the orthodox Moslem finds much in common with
the orthodox Jew on such issues as morality, miniskirts,
respect for or inize I religion, sancta, etc.
BOOK RtVltW
patients among the sabras.
-,. .:( a'Kumoer of "quality focuses"
Uer-than-average health
ths^jMfaitafs
: ml : 'I '; of
twe n children of European
i tal l ies. An analysis of their cons i
,_ ,, patterns shows thej spend more on food, en-
...... md ev ry other category
rhases than consumers who have i
Western I n ii ntal c wnti ies T
lich the a' er i je per- i
to take s..... n | p
in still take first pi i
in
more a purely dem i .
. | igi il phenomenon: .-.
I re probablj still j un
ntage of 1
puls try school age, whi
.. pean-b rn | arents are in hi
is where the tuition is nol fn
;!,.. ,1 lation of the country had reac
2.9 million ns at the end of September. Only
. ,1 ;. o ol these were non-Jews, and this fig-
ure includes the approximately 70.000 Arabs of
East Jerusalem, added during the past two years.
S m ming news for the fair maidens of Is-
r !.-!: At the en 1 of 1967, about 44'; of all women in
the 20-24 year category were unmarried. The figure
lo years before was 34';.
.......... : .! :
Today's Thought: By PR. SAMUEL SILVER
Hear! Hear!
tAJlTII ALL THE talk about
Christian apathy or antipathy
towards Israel. Richard Cardinal
Cushing's ringing pro-Israel state-
ments should have had more at-
tention paid to them.
That eminent Eminence told
the Interfaith Assembly at Somer-
\il!e. Mass., that the key issue is
the refusal of the Arab leaders to let Israel live
In his address, Cardinal dishing declared th it
when the Arab k iders and their cohorts say tl I
Israel is responsible for the refugee situation, they
are talking nonsense. "Israel." he said, "has made
clear her desire to solve the problem, but has had
her efforts rebuffed by the intransigent Arab chief-
tains it is a lie to state that Israel is responsible I i
cities and terror." said the prelate. "Quite the
contrary: Israel is herself the prey of a massive
cam; i ;n ol terror.
"Israel paid for every bit of land it own-' he
'i tlared, "and as for Jerusalem, it rightly belongs
to the Jews. Now all peoples have open access I i
holy place- in Jerusalem. Under Arab hegemony
such ace a is ienied to Jews and to Christians."
The entii C -t itement, which shines like
a gem in ,i naughty world, and which offsets the
callous attitude >f the United Nations, ought to
by ever) i
By Seymour B. liebman
Ideas And Ideals Of Hassidism

I '. :.;..
Till: AUTHOB Oi this book. Ideas and
Ideals Of Hassidism (The Citadel
Press. $7.951 has compiled an anthology
of the saying and parables of "Hassidut"
(the synonym for Hassidism). The book
is comparable to "The Hassidic Anthol-
ogy," by Louis I. Newman, which was
first published in 1944 and has b en re-
printed several times since then. Little
pretense of tracing ideas was made by Newman, either.
This author's tracing of the Pietist movement found-
ed by the scribes and teachers of the Second Temple, ca.
500 B.C.E.. to the present Hassidic movement founded by
Rabbi Baal Shem Tov, the Master of the Good Nan...
known as the Besht. Ls too sketchy, we believe. The Besht's
injection of new spirit and a new sect into Judaism oc-
curred in the 18th Century. We wish that Milton Aron
had developed the connection between the two move-
ments in greater detail and with more documentation. It
is true that a reviewer sometimes discusses the book not
as written but against the criteria of what the book would
have contained had the reviewer written it. In this in-
stance, however, we believe that the comment is valid,
since we should not be required to accept uncritically an
off-the-cuff statement of the author.
Hassidism has been defined as an ethical and esthetic
interpretation of the divine ideals embodied in the 613
"mitzvot" of Judaism. Many "mithnagdim," non-believers
lassidut I foi eal oppi nents ol it : '
the i .. : i| ;. Zaddikim, the miracle rabbi
Hassi lit n, are imbued with the highest ethics of Juda i
I'' : Iso assert that the leaders do not exi
plif) humility, that they have built dynasties, and
many live or have lived as princes. The Vilna Gaon,
blesed memory, was an aident mithnagd and it i- cl
b) some that he h i- responsible for many of the tr
tribulations as well as the deaths of some Hassidim
tiie last century.
Since the author quotes R Nakhum as saying. "B.
tween poverty and wealth, I always chose poverty It ls
the best shield against egotism ." one wonders how
this statement can be reconciled with the manner of liv-
ing and egotism of so many of his colleagues, past at
present. The Zaddik can do no wrong and his Judgments
are always perfect, or so his followers are encouraged t;
believe.
The book is quite repetitous and the index leaves
something to be desired, since there are omissions. The
author is a rabbi. We believe the title of "Rabbi" is or '
of honor and we deplore the tendency to relegate it to
second class natus following the (earned or honorary1 -
gree of "Dr." We are reminded of this growing assimih-
Homsl change in values by the unseemly repeated use o(
"Dr." to the exclusion of rabbi" on the jacket and inn
pages of the book. In England, "Rev." or "Rabbi" alw I ;
pn cedes the doctorate, if the rabbi has an earned deg
The Jewish Publication Society and the American Jew -a
Historical Society are adopting the English custom.


November 21, 1969
**Jen Ssli ftcradiichin
Page 11-A
\lsop
I As Jacob Weiss, Russell Galbut, William
Greenberg, Martin Wasserman and Shraga
1 Gross watch. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
left, reads the Proclamation designating
the Sabbath and weekend of Nov. 22 as
Mesivta of Greater Miami Sabbath. Mesivta
lore Than 600 Expected To Attend
lesivta's Annual Scholarship Dinner
none the more than 600 guests
ted to attend the ninth nn-
I scholarship dinner of the
sivta of Greater Miami-Louis
.vitzer High School will Ix-
I is, spiritual leaders and heads
1 il and civic organizations.
I Guests i>: honor nt the dinner,
Y.vh is scheduled for (i p.m. Sun-
I Nov. 30, in the Hilton Plaza
[otel, will Ik- Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
' Galbut. Miami Beach residents
Ihi have been active in various
I and philanthropic organiza-
s.
students will address the synagogues of the
community during Sabbath services inviting
the Miami residents to the annual Mesivta
dinner, which is scheduled for Nov. 30, in
the Hilton Plaza Hotel.
Proceeds ol the event will be
|sel to help the students who at-
: the only Hebrew Senior High
Irhool in this area on a scholar-
joodw.ll Industries
folds Open House
twill industries is holding its
| mi Open House from 10 a.m.
p m. today I Friday) to give
liyone the opportunity to see
I tly what Goodwill does with
| mat< rials a generous public
I i s to this non-profit organi-
kion.
visitors to the Goodwill Building
-00 So. Miami Avc. will !>c
ducted on lours of its three
rs by members of the Goodwill
J.trd business and professional
of the area.
|A bazaar, where choice recondi-
d articles are offered for sale
be located on the third floor.
ki:onjj the items on display will
I dolls, bric-a-brac, jewelry, sil-
jrware, electrical appliances and
Inks. A fa-shion show is scheduled
\t 3 p.m.. with models wearing
lot hint; selected from the Good-
Jill stores and commentary by
illy Turner of Ch. 10.
Roy Perry, president of Good-
ill, invites the public to come
liiil see first hand the answer to
p1 questions. What does Good-
nil do?" and "Why should we
live things for Goodwill to sell?"
ship basis. Rabbi Berel Wein, the
i chairman of the Hebrew faculty,
revealed. A large portion of the
.")0 students .moiled in the school.
of which Moses Grundwerg is pres-
ident, are on scholarships, Rabbi
Wein said.
| The dinner committee, Nathan
Ginsburg, chairman ol the affair
revealed, will consist of represent-
atives from all the community's
synagogues and temples. Mr. Gins-
burg's cochairmen for the dinner
, are Harry Genet, Sam Waldman.
Murray Berkowitz, Jerome Bien-
lenfekl, Milton Kahn, Harry Lerner,
I Dr. Irwin H. Makovsky, Louis
I Merwitzer, Alexander Moskovits,
Mrs. Sam Schandler and Herman
KisenlhiL.'.
'I'll. Dinner Committee lru-ludon
Irving All.ii. .Mi. Aranoft, Ann.
j I'.i-i!>... Ilz, .l.i.v RfrkH-iU, Sue Rerkn
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'. i.i. H i Binder, Ailolph Itlank, Al-
bert Broad, Hyman Chahner, Hon
N'.rni.in I'mi'nl I.. nnd K. ^ S
Cooper
Also Milton Bhrenrelc-h, Morriu R
r.- Friedman, I.oui* < I
Ii r, Martin Uenet, Ixidori I IoIiIIhtb.
Maurli-f tioldrlnic, Peter lioltlrliiK,
Max ISuttnmn, Harry Halperin. Max
II..In. Menaw-he Hir-.h. Rabl.l H
M Katcan, Ret Jacob Kat, Kiiblil
Abraham K irl Isidore II Kramer
llev. Joseph Knintl and Haiuiiel
Kuttli r
Als.. Rabbi Kufin I abovltz, Ted
l^oi.l.-Miiitn. and ItAbbi David l.ehr-
fletd, iiIko Ui-ii Lerner, Harry Ler.ier.
Morns Ijerner, LouIh MokovMky, Hon
Joneph Mnlek, Morton Malbenr, Wil-
liam Meehanlc, I H MeUman, Morri
Moan, .1".' Nevel, Dr. S Nunybaum,
Henry !' nchanaky, Abraham Pepp< r
ami Rabbi Joseph Itackovak)
Also Julius lies. nsi. in, William
Rubin, Morris Suck, Rabbi A .1. Sutra,
Jacob Hapenileln, Morris Sohachter,
is.hi- HchApiro, Blgmund Bchermer,
Itabbl Solomon Bchlff, s. Louis Sch-
wartz, Cantor Abraham Belt, tv.i
Selevan, Sidney Slearel, Isidore Spolt-
r. Rabbi Sherwln Stauber, Jack
Bhmary'ahu Swlrsky, Joseph Welshaus,
Judge (Cugene Weiss, Rabbi Stanley
Weiss, Joseph Z;iii*. and Leonard
i Zilbert.
j Mrs
: IjDUia
Nadler
i of Ihi
' ilhors
Chlel,
dushln,
hers",
Mrs S
Samuel
hairmen
Murray BerkowitX,
Schwartz, and Mrs.
have bsen named co-
r Arranni'ni.-nts Committee.
on the committee are Abe
Henry Ciitiutlan. Ben Ka-
1/iuis Meyers. Harry Koseii-
Murray BoMtlbery, J. J*'iTy
s.-he. tii.r. Sam Schechter, Ben Stern,
Morris Waiiiman. Eknery I.. Oreen
anil Seyni..ur Kist-nbrrj;
Samuel ReJnhard has boon named
chairman of the Honorary Committee.
wlii.ti Includes Sliepurd Broad, Jacob
Cohen, Hyman Knlkn, Joseph Cohen,
Max Cohen, Max Deakter, l."ui.~ Dub-'
tin, Charles Kruchtman, Mrs Bessie
(ieltuer. Joseph nonshor, Harry
Rosen, Ijeonard Rosen, Isadore S.-h-
ivarls ami Mr.-, s.itmiei Zanger,
Itahbl tlexnnder Ciross and Rabbi
Max l.ipschitz have bei n nnmed ...-
chairnuin ..i the Barents Committee
Other members ..f the committee are
Itabbl Slum...i Azulay, Jerome Bleu-
eufeld. (iilberl Blum, Mrs. Bslher
tlreeni pan Mrs l 'harlotI. Kminn I,
Mil.. K11..11, Nathan Sturmnn, Sey-
mour Wiisserniiin, Rnbbi I' Weber-
man. Murray Abramson, Hnrnlil Ai
trachan, Howard Axrak, Jacob Cham-
I imll .. i ioldsti in, .1..... II... hm i
Itabbl :- ,mu. jaff, |im| v |Um Kn|_
I. i-
Also i'.n-1 E. Upton. Harold Marcus,
Harold Miller, Norman Reinhard, Joel
ItuMier, Julio Schnliuloskl Hdwurd
Stauber, Jerome I'nln, Morton Weiss,
Maurice Werner, Holier I Kinkelsteln,
William Kreuter, Joseph Creenbera;,
Morris Muhlratl, I.... lister, David
Peters, Cantor Abraham Self, Aron
Steinberg, Samuel Strom, Rabbi Julius
Sukenik, Selin WellKer, Rabbi Itu-
dolph Weiss, Philip Weiss, Joseph
Stein, Moses Weiss, Mrs Sylvia Kern-
el ..ml Max Zui kernian.
Crime, Gainhliii"
C*
Breakfast Subject
G st sp. ak< r at the first meet-
ing of the s.-ason hi Id by t'ie
Brotherhood of Temple Emanu-EI
will be Hank Messick, editorial
mltanl and crime reporter for
the Miami Beach Sun. according
to an announcement made by
Daniel Neal Heller, Brotherhood
president.
The event, a special Thanksgiv-
ing Breakfast, will lake place in
Sirkin Hall at 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
An assistant professor at Colo-
i ratio A. and M. College before
joining the "Fourth Estate," Mr.
M. ssiek has served on several
newspapers in North Carolina and
Kentucky, and was a special con-
tra, t writer for the Miami Herald
1h fore Joining the staff of the Sun.
Mr. Messiek used the data he
, compiled during his study of or-
ganized crime in the United States
j under a Ford Foundation grant in
; writing; "The Silent Syndicate,"
! 'Syndicate In The Sun." "Syndi-
j cate Wife," "Syndicate Abroad"
! anil "Secret File."
Rafcbi Irving Lehrman, who will give a series of lectures on
The Glorious Message of the Bible" at Temple Emanu-ETs
Adult Education Program which began Tuesday, discusses
the series with Mrs. Max Dinisman, chairman of the Adult
Education Program, (left) and Mrs. Bernard D. Kaplain,
president of the temple's Sisterhood.
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and air-control system is almost
completely Russian.
Worse still. Soviet pilots iire
already flying Egyptian planes
(or rather, Soviet planes with
Egyptian markings), if the Is-
raeli Intelligence is correct. In
the main. Israeli intelligence re-
garding the Middle East has
boon the best available. And the
Israelis are now sure that Rus-
sian fliers have already begun to
undertake "defensive missions."
primarily in the Egyptian air
patrol over Cairo.
Add these facts to the Nasser
speech, and you find a dark
pattern. It is only a small step
from Soviet pilots flying "defen-
sive missions" to Soviet pilots
turning up over Sinai, and in-
deed in even more vital areas.
in the MIG-21S that the Kremlin
has given to Nasser.
Israel is now successfully en-
during a permanent state of
siege by the Arabs. But unlim-
ited numbers of Soviet "volun-
teers." flying limitlessly replaced
supersonic jets, can actually pro-
duce the kind oi war of attrition
that Nassi r has vaingloriously
boasted about. This Is now the
dangi r; not immediately, cer-
tainly, bul real enough to bi
verj worrying.
The Israelis have or believe
they have a safeguard against
the danger, in the form of de-
struction of the Egyptian air-
in Ids and aircraft by a prevent-
ive air attack. One must hope
they are never driven so far. One
must hope extra hard, moreover,
because the other things that
have been happening in the Mid-
dle East unhappily mit the pat-
tern suggested by the Nassi r
speech.
Jt cannot l' proved as yet;
but there is little doubt that So-
viet money and Soviet a
had a role in the Arab-extremist
coup in Libya. Since Syria is far
more a Soviet puppet than
Egypt, there can be no doubt
at all about the Kremlin's role
in the alread) half successful
Sj ria-based attack on L banon's
independence by the Arab guer-
rillas whom the Soviets now
quite openly support.
Another coup in Saudi Arabia
was supposed to coincide wilh
the coup in Libya, but it was
fortunately aborted by King Fai-
sal. In sum. if we are not ready
to tolerate genocide in Israel
(pray God!I, the United States
may have to face another very
grave Cold War problem in the
Middle East. And these facts de-
scrilx; only one part of the situa-
tion that the left-wing intellec-
tuals oueht to think about. The
other part will lie examined in
the next report.
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Miami. Florida Friday, November 21, 1S69
Section B
Eban To Deliver Federation Address
Israel's Foreign Minister Abba
Eban has accepted an invitation
1o deliver a major address Dec. 14
1 the Initial Gifts Dinner in the
Kontaincbk-au Hotel which will
move the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Combined Jewish Ap-
peal and Israel Emergency Fund
campaign for 1970 into high gear.
Daniel Neal Heller, chairman of
the dinner, made the announce-
ment, which was received with en-
thusiasm by Jewish leaders of the
community. Robert Russell, gen-
tral campaign chairman of the
CJA-IEF drive, issued a state-
i i nt saying, "We welcome the
opportunity to hear the brilliant
and articulate spokesman of Is-
rael's younger generation of lead-
ers. 1 am confident this affair will
not only be successful from a
fund-raising standpoint, but as the
ial event of the year."
Mr. Eban. who has served as
Deputy Prime Minister. Minister
ol Education and Culture, Israel's ,
bassador to the United States,
b I its chk'l delegate to the United
Nations, will make only one other
. ublic appearanci during his stay
jn the United States. He is sched-
: to spi ah b ton I ic li adi i ship
ol the United Jewish Appeal in
N< w York City.
Various committees will take
art In th" Initial Gifts Dinner,
Mr. Russt 11 announced. Among
them will i< ihe Pacesetters Com-
111 headed by Lronaid Rosen,
Kith Shepard Broad and Sidney
Left ourt i.s associate chairm n.
mil the Advance Gifts Committee,
of which Harry A. Levy is chair-
man and Samuel I. Adler and
Joseph H. Kanter associate chair-
in.
Th< Initial Gifts Committee, of
h Dam. I N. al li' 111 r is chair-
man, includes L. Jules Arkin,
Stanley Arkin. J. William Raros.
Jr., Stanley L. Cohen. !> njamin
Cutler. Samuel Kri< dland. Samuel
H. Goldman. En.il J. Gould. Dr.
Joseph Harris. Louis Harris, Mar-
shall S. Harris, Aaron Kanner,
Irving Kaplan. Leon Kaplan. Perry
Kayc, Irvin Korach, Murray Ko-
fOREIGN MMfSTlK ABBA HAN
retzky, Irwin Kott, Aaron Kravitz.
Ho'iuti Krinzman, Sam Luby. Jr.,
Alvin I. Malnik, Morton Marcus,
Dr. Aaron Medow, Albert E. Os-
3ip, Jack Popick. Charles Rosen-
berg, Sidney Rudolph, Harry B.
Smith, Harold Thurman, Howard
J. Trinz. A. B. \V< ini i and I.i i.nard
Zilbert.
In an unprecedi nted display of
support for the 1970 Initial Gifts
Dinner honoring Mr. Eban, the en-
tire minli'i- i, .if t!i" Gri atiT
Yii.'mi Jewish Federation "ill be
serving as a Committee of Hosts,
Federation president Milton Weiss
has revealed. Included in this
committee are the Mi ssrs. and
Mesdamts:
R hard Abi I, s .mu. I Adler,
Jam M. Albert, Gerald Alexander
s.-> mour I. tnai Sidney D
Ansln, I. Julea Arkin, Stanley Arkin.
Jacob M Arvey, Arnold August, Fred
Aui'jst. Abraham M Axelrod
Aim -I William Baroa, .ir I.....nard
Barr, Herbert M. Baumgard, Huth
johnaon Berger, Charles It Beber,
Milton 11 Bernatein, Joaeph Bli i-
baum Sam Blank, Edward B l'.ium.
lv.i\-.il Rluml era i itt l> Blumen-
timl. Martin Blumenthal, Benjamin
Botwinirk, William R Boyd, Bhepard
Broad, Mania Burk, David I' I'ata-
man, Sol Cen'er, tlyman i Cohen,
Ku'h Cohen, Joseph Cohen, Marshall
Cohen, Stanle) L i ohi Edward I.
Cowen, Benjamin Cutler, Irving ('v-
pen, Nathan Darsky, Billot ESiaeman,
Leo EUaenatein, Ben K -- n. Walter
s r*a!k, Mai tin Fli Maurice G
Flahman, David ]< Fleeman, Harry
I'.., ik< I, Stai :. > Fn I ling, Mm raj
Friedman, Samuel Friedland, Morris
Gettleman, Stanley R. Gilbert, Samu-
el \ Uoldateln, Sol Qoldateln, Samu-
el Gluck, Hun.hi Goldberg, Samuel H.
Ooldman, Philip Gotlleb, Bmll J.
Gould, .\at Gumenlck.
Also. Myron U Hamar. Truilv
Hamerachlag, Joaeph Hanrileman.
Henry Harkavy, Joaeph Harris. Louis
Harris, Marshall 8, Harris. Daniel
N'eal Heller, A I.. Henkln, Samson
Hltlner, Alan Hyman. Walter !.
.la...I.-. Aaron Kanner, Joaeph H.
Kanter, Irving Kaplan, l....... Kaplan.
Norman J, Kaaaer, Perry Kaye,
Louis Kenln, Alan H. Keraler, Hairy
Kiml.all. Irving Korach, .Murray
Koretsky, Harry H Korman, Irwin
Kott, Aaron Kravlli, Robert Kriiit-
man, Florence Kupperman, Maurice
I.. Kuiz. Samuel Lackman, Sidney
Lefcourt, Irving l-ehrman. Bernard
Levinsohn, David Levlnson, Harrj A
Levy, Richard D Levy, .1 David Lelb-
man, la..... tTowenstein, Sam Luby, Jr.
.. ill I.urla.
Also, Robert Macht, Alvin I Mal-
nik. Josi ph Mansbach, Morton .Mar. us,
Hllma August Margoliea, Aaron Med-
ow. Hany Meyer, Robert Miller, .Max
Mitchell, A. J. Molasky, Saul J
Morgan, Garbriel Nahmlas, Philip
x.ss. Irving S. Norry, Albert E.
'ssi|i. Herbert Paige, Irving Pollack,
i/m puller. Jack Popick. Jacob
Rabinnwiiz, Morris RablnowlU, Jacob
Rlfkin, Carrie Rosen, Leo .1 Rosen,
Leonard Rosen,, Charles Rosenberg,
Stanle) Rorenblatt, Irving Rubin, ,loi
Rubin, Sidney J. Kuih.lph. Roberl
Russi II, I., ,r \ Russin,
Also, Samuel T Sapiro, Oscar B
"' I '- raid s. hu-arts, Sam
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Winners of the 1969 Presidents' Leadership Award of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation were honored at a
luncheon at the 38th General Assembly of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, which was held in
Boston. Left to right, Mrs. Burton R. Levey; Louis J. Fox.
immediate past president of the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds; and Mrs. Robert I. Shapiro.
Richard J. Horwich, the third recipient of the Presidents'
Leadership Award attended the conference but is not
pictured above.
Seltlln, Mend) II M Si lig, Edwa .1
Shapiro, Hermai I. Shaw, s<-l Shayi
Fred K. Shochet, Lewis Sllberman,
Morton 811b. rmun, .-'..ul Sllberman, .
Sam Slmoi hi ft. Milton Slrkln, Harry
Slrkin, Harrj i' Smith, Harry So
mu Ami .! .1 ~:. i i. Fn d Stom
I '. i Mike a Sumberg, Stewart i. Bui-
i..-.--. Han Id Ti urman, Ell Timoi
Robert II Traui t Howard J Trim
Thomas C u a: muth, Rii haul Waxi -
bi i g, .' ph M Veidberg, Murraj I
\V II, A B. l\ li it r, Curl w.
Max \' el It, In g I. \v. .;, Ai' I ui
A ini rii k, Fn : li Wise, Malcolm
Woldenbera Jack Voffe, !..
Zllber :.. .. Is E Zoi... i ml Carl !;
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soui s hi e belii ve thai M >w
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Friday, November 21, lggg
More Dignitaries Added
To Kronish Tribute List
Throe national dignitaries have
been added to the growing roster
oi penomdttfea who will partici-
pate in a month-long tribute to
Dr. Leon Kronish and the causes
to which he has dedicated his life.
The "Month to Remember" pro-
gram of Temple Beth Sholom will
be climaxed by a Dec. 1.1 dinner-
dance in the Plaza Hotel honoring
Dr. Kronish on his 25th anniver-
sary as rabbi of the Miami Beach
congregation at 4-144 Chase Ave.
Ambassador Avianam Harman.
Israel's former chief envoy to the
United States who is now presi-
dent of the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem, will address the gather-
ing. He and P.abbi Kronish have
worked together on a number of
projects to aid Israel's educational,
economic ami welfare programs
during the past two decades.
The pulpit guest at Beth Sholom
Friday night. Nov. 28. will be the
not. d entertainer Theodore Bikel,
who lias work<-d side-by-side with
Pr. Kronish on such projects as
assistance to the Jews in the So-
viet t'nion. Israel and the Arab
countries in their capacity as na-
tional vice presidents of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress.
University o: Miami president
Dr. Henry King Stanford, chair-
man ol the Dade County Commu-
munity Relations Board, will pay
tribute to Rabbi Kronish for his
involvement in general community
affairs Friday evening, Dec. 5, at
the synagogue. Rabbi Kronish was
named by the Dade County Com-
mission to serve on the Commu-
nity Relations Advisory Commit-
tee, predecessor of the Community
Relations Board, when it was first
chartered.
The Temple Beth Sholom guest
on Friday, Dec. 12. will be Dr.
Jacob Weinstein of Chicago, past
national president of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis
and former national chairman of
the Israel Histadrut Committee.
Spiritual loader of the famed
K.A.M. Temple of Chicago. Rabbi
Weinstein has worked on national
programs with Rabbi Kronish for
a quarter of a century. A national
vice president of Histadrut, Rabbi
Kronish is serving as national
president of the Alumni Associa-
tion of the Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion the
seminary which trains almost all [
the rabbis of the Reform Move- ',
ment in the United Slat s and
Canada. Both Dr. Weinstein and
Dr. Kronish have served as na-
tional chairmen lor synagogues of
il:-' Israel Bonds Organization.
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annual dinner of Hie Southeast
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nufh. according to an announci -
mint made by P.abbi Abraham
Korf. regional director. The event
is scheduled to lake place Jan. 4
in the Deauville Hotel.
Mr. Zilbert, a resident of Miami
Beach, has been associated win
Riverside Memorial Chapel f >r the
past 20 years and is president ol
the Bureau of Jewish Education
a director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and actno in
the Jewish War Veterans organs
/at ion. He was one of the lound.
ers of Camp Can Israel, a local
camp siKMisoroa: by the Merkos
lor Jewish youth.
Chiten Elected President Of Massachusetts Club
RABBI LEON KRONISH
will be followed by a special Ones
Shabbat program.
Holiday Packages Sent
Many ol the member of Hialeah-
Miami Springs Ladies Auxiliary
681. Jewish War Veterans, partici-
pated in the packaging and mail-
ing of 62 packages, each of which
contained a personal note, to vari-
ous Veterans Hospitals.
William A. Chiten. a retired in-
surance executive from Mattapan.
Mass.. will be installed as presi-
dent of the Massachusetts Club
at the Dec. 11 meeting in the Bel
Aire Hotel, Miami Beach. A mem-
ber of the National Association foi
Life Underwriters. Mr. Chiten is
,i Master Mason, a past patron of
Order of Eastern Star, and a mem-
li. r ol tin- Knights "f Pythias and
Jewish War Veterans.
cither officers to be installed in-
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ci bs and Arthur Rose, vice presi-
dents; Esther Ginsburg, recording
secretary; Ethel Rose, correspond-
ing secretary, and Flora Grttn,
treasurer. Selma Chiten. Loiil8
Freedman, Samuel GoklsMn, Dr.
\\ llliam Green, Ceil Jaeobson. Ann
Kotodny, Ctmrlea Stone and Bar.
111 I Selby were elected to the jo;,i.|
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Hebrew To Be Discussed
'The Development of th if,.
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Pcce 6-B Friday, Novembe72l7l969
Largest Convention In ORT's History
Mrs. ZaPes Heads Local Delegation To ORT Convention
Heading Southeastern Florida bilitation
through Training 'ORT) creasing ORTs largest (Ingle net.
[few York this i work, which is in Israel, and at
Region's delegation to the 20th Bi- whKft begin "^ A ., s,rtr.gthening ORT's network,
ennial National Convention of the weeK is ^ together thioughout the world to serve th
Women's Organization for Re ha- The conxt" jqoo delegates repro- needs of Jews wherever they are,'
- more than
_ Senting a membership of son*
Jewish Women To Sponsor lWi000 in too chapters throughout
Special 'Can, Can' Premiere V** stal s
The premiere performance of ORT has a vital part both in
'"Can Can." starring Cyd Charisse defending and bunding t
Some 2.000 delegates were to
hear opening night addresses by
Israel's Ambassador Mordecai
Kidron and Angie E. Brooks of
Liberia, president of the 24th Gen-
eral Assembly of the United Na-
tions, in New York Thursday eve-
ning, at a gala 20th Biennial Na-
tional Convention of Women's
American ORT dinnt r. They rep-
resent the 87.000 members of the
organization in some 700 chapters
throughout the United States.
In addition to the plenary ses-
sions and meetings of committees
and commissions, the largest con-
vention in the 42-year history of
the organizations will have an
agenda of workshops, special con-
ferences and panel discussions on
issuis relevant to the operations
of the ORT program and the wider
issues confronting Jewish life as
well. Convention resolutions will
be evolved, dealing in depth with
the social and educational issues
confronting WAO and the Jewish
community in this country and
abroad.
ORT. a vocational training pro-
gram of the Jewish people, has
trained more than a million per-
sons since it began operations in
3S80. and currently teaches more
than 70 modern skills to an an-
nual student enrollment of more
than 30.000 on five continents.
. Women's American ORT. the larg-
est of groups in 38 nations sup-
J porting the ORT program, is affil-
j iated with the American ORT Fed-
eration, which currently receives
funds by special agreement with
the Joint Distribution Committee.
j a member agency of the United
I Jewish Appeal.
! Outer Women Meet
, The Catherine Marshall book.
' "Christy." was reviewed Tuesday
by Helaine Lipinsky and Blanche
Brass at the first meeting of the
i season held by the Women's Auxil-
i iary of the Children's Center, a
| school for emotionally disturbed
] children, in the home of Mrs. Mar-
; tin Fine.
and Tony Martin, will be held in
the Plaza Hotel Saturday. Dec. 6.
under the sponsorship of the
Greater Miami Section, National
Council of Jewish Women. Pro-
ceeds from this preview of the
Plaza's new theatre seasoi
earmarked for the support of the
Council's vital community service
projects, and patrons will attend a
champagne reception following the
performance, where they will have
an opportunity to meet the stars
of the show.
Mrs. Irving Ratner is chairman
of the event. Committee chairmen
state
rael." Mrs. Zalles said. "It is
nteed as a leading supplier of
skilled manpower, which is sorely
needed to expand the nation's In-
lustria i omy and I i protect
Its ; hysical w< Ifare.
. tion will aim at in-
Thi
she declared.
Plans will be made at th
vmtion to strengthen OR! ,
\ ..rational education program of
the Jewish people, to lee]
J< wish content and Its socia
9h< s li
Mrs Phillip Stark an I M .
Ilcff. cochairmen of the la
gation, reported that m
praise and encourag m nt have
b i n n ceivi d from lead
woi Id i)vi r
Hadassah Groups
L'pcoming events on the seto d-
ule of Greater Miami Chaptt r ol
Hadassah groups include:
A noon meeting "t Heru
will include Mrs. Charles Rosen- Group Monday in the Algiers Ho-
berg. ticket sales: Mrs. Arthur ,, j 2555 Collins Ave.. when Mrs.
Winarick. patron party; Mrs. Je- g0|js Cohn will review The True
Meet On -Monday
of the Lincoln Group i:
Lincoln Road club room i
card party sponsored by M
Mrs. Sender Graubard ii
their 53rd wedding ani.;\
rome Herskowitz, dinner: Mrs.
Aaron Farr. patron sales, and Mrs.
Joseph Klein, invitations. Mrs.
Morris Futernick is the ways and
means vice president.
Golda Meir Chapter Meets
Vera Zeltzer will report on the
recent Pioneer Women's conven-
tion at the meeting of the Golda
Meir Chapter Wednesday in the
Washington Federal Bank. 1234
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
The Kmma Likzaru* Group a.1
hod Its monthly Oneg Shabbal at
1:30 p.m. Saturday. Nov. 29 in the
2016 Bav Dr.. Normandy bit,
home of its president. Mrs. Hi
The 12:30 p.m. Monday meeting etta Fine.
and Early History of Palestine."
Mrs. Ben Ziegmund is president of
the group.
Menorah Institute manne Singer To Marry Al J US tan
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Begins Tuesday
C xhe engagement ot susanne
Three vital study courses are gjngCT A) Justan is announced
| offered by Temple Menorah in its ,)v ner paIvnts Mr ani| Mrs. Sey-
annual Institute of Jewish Studies mour D Si,, .. T_7 Fairway Dr.,
Which begins Tuesday evening. Mj;)ml Ba,h
Mrs. Norms Robinowitz will be ... .
the instructor of an 8:00 to 8:55 A ',"'""1 ff1*"}^ '"'i' ","
ui course in the fundamentals of E"*** '", Mtami Beach
'the Hebrew language and the t fen tor High School. Miami-Dade
prayer book: the more advanced J
course in these subjects, for those
I who have a basic knowledge of
reading and comprehension, will
be taught by Ronald A. Heller, the
temple's educational director.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowit/. spir-
itual leader of the temple, will be
the instructor of a 9:00 to 9:55
p.m. class covering the subtect of
the Jewish identification ol the
American Jew. giving insights into
'drug abuse, morality and inter-
i marriage, and psychological in-
sight in the Bible.
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Her fiance, whose parents are
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Scranton. Pa., graduated from
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Long Island CAV. Post Colk ge and
Wilkes College, where he majored
in business management.
The couple will make :
i i Serai m aftei their wi dding
Julv 5.
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Linda Green Plans A March Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Jack I. Green. 1237
Placetas Ave., Coral Gables, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Linda Karen, to Bruce
Jay Brotman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Saul Brotman, North Bergen, N.J.
The bride-elect is a graduate ol
Coral Gables High School, where
she was a varsity cheerleader and
a member of Phi Delta Gamma
sorority. She was a student at
Sarah Lawrence College, Bronx-
ville. N.Y.. and graduated from
the Univi ratty of Miami.
Her fiance attendi d the United
State* Merchant Marine Academy,
graduated from Fairleigh Dickin-
-.)-> University, Ruth rford, N.J.,
and earned his law degree at the
University < f Miami, where he was
i member of Phi D ita Phi legal
fraternity.
The wedding will take place
a ch 22.
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. MISS LINDA CR5EN
Levines Announce Vivian's Betrothal
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Norman
Irvine of Cleveland. Ohio, former
resident* of Fort Worth. Tex., an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Vivian, to Donald Jay
Serkin, son of former Miami resi-
dents Mr. and Mrs. Sol Serkin.
The bride-elect is the grand-
da lighter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Levine of Boston. Mass., and Mrs.
Samuel White of Miami and the
late Mr. White. Her fiance is the
grandson of Mrs. Max Silverman
MISS VIVIAN LtVINt
of Nashville. Tenn.. and the late
Mr. Silverman. and Mrs. Ben Ser-
kin of Miami and the late Mr.
Serkin.
Miss Levine received her B.S.
degree from the University of
Oklahoma, where she was a mem-
ber of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority,
a year-book beauty finalist and I
named "Miss Campus Chest." She I
's now teaching in Cleveland's pub- ,
lie school system. Mr. Serkin. who [
is presently a candidate for an ,
M.A. degree at the University of'
Tennessee, received his B.B.A. de- j
^ree from the University of Okla-
homa, where he Ivld membership
in the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity.
The couple plans to be married
in Ahavath Sholom Synagogue,
Ft. Worth, Tex., Feb. 1.
Cheryl Kronoivitz
To Be June Bride
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kronowit/.
PIT Malaga Ave., Coral Gables.
announce the engagement of their |
daughter. Cheryl Gail, to I Gerard Weinberg. whose parents .
are Mr. and Mrs. Hcrliert Wein-
berg of South Orange. N.J.
The wedding date has been set
for June 28, and the ceremonies
will take place in Temple Judea,
Coral Gables.
GRAND OPENING
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SHE DID IT AGAIN
It was a gourmet luncheon at the home of
Del (Mrs. Raymond! Rubin. She invited the
"girls" who had sent her recipes during the year
and listed 4he menu on a straw menu holder. .
Replicas of the fan-shaped holder, only smaller,
held the recipes typed out and stuck in a bowl
of huge avocados. After lunch you copied the
ones that you enjoyed enting and picked out the
biggest avocado to take home. Drinks and fancy
dips first, including a new tiny meat ball sauce
by Mis. Ruth Elsasser and an Imperial Dip by
Mrs. Sidney Gorchov. The dining table was
glamorous in vivid squares highlighting polished
square mahogany plates. Chunky bunches of
grapes were used as individual wine servers.
Mrs. Albert Green was remarking that she and
her husband could only dance the bosso nova on a
ship on a rough sea. That's where they learned.
Helen i Mrs. Hymani Kaplan had just come
back from Nassau. She and Hy went with Con-
nie Ungerleider Krohngold and her husband
Bertram to the Islands, then came back here and
acted like tourists. Connie used to live in Miami.
She now lives in Cleveland. Reva (Mrs. Irvingi
Wexler was so excited she almost couldn't eat.
The next day she was leaving on a Federation
Mini-Mission to Israel. The luncheon menu con-
sisted of tne recipes given to Del. Mrs. Tony
Lane's surprise muffins were great. No cards,
just food talk. Oh, there was a little "Do your
own thing," kind of talk, much discussion of
raising children and free choice! So I took a
piece of licorice; it always makes me sick.
THEY'RE AMERICIAN CITIZENS
Ethel Nagler is a grandmother for the
second time. Her first grandchild was born in
Switzerland, Adam Royce iRoyce for their Pwolls
Roycei and now Hilary was born in London
where they've been living the past year. How-
ever their mother and dad, Ellen and Robert
Nagler are American citizens and by the same
ruling their children are. too. It would have been
dreadful to fly to New York at the last minute
so that your children could be Americans.
THE APRON STRINGS ARE CUT
Nomi Zank's daughter reached the age of 21.
She's now at the University of Georgia. Nomi
got gorgeous red roses from her and a note that
read. "Thank you for 21 of the most wonderful
years of my life." Nomi said that was a high
light in her life.
NAME DROPPERS
John and Jean Grossman of Boston, long-
time old friends of Aaron and Myra Ear. were
aces.
in town last week. The four of them drove to
Palm Beach. Walking on Worth Avenue, they
bumped into Liberace. He was wearing a pear]
gray suit with a diamond lapel watch. His
gray hair was flowing. "I really don't feel like''
ttlng autographs in the afternoon, he sighed,
"that's for night time." He did anyway.
THE RIGHT TIME. THE RIGHT PLACE
Elaine and Albert Rosenthal have the happy
knack of being in the right places at the right
time On 'heir round the world trip last year
they visited the Temple of the Emerald Buddha
in Banghok in time to be presented to Prime
Minister Sato of Japan. In Taipei they arrived on
Confucius' birthday. Two days later they w re
in Taiwan celebrating 'Double Ten Day" which
Is their fourth of July in October. In Japan they
found that they had arrived in time for the
annual Chrysanthemum Festival. On their pre-
- : South Pacific trip they stayed at the Went-
worth Hotel in Sydney. On the same floor were
quartered the three astronauts Armstrong,
Aldrin and Collins. They were stiil wondering
how their picture? of them were going to come
out when they wrote from Sydnej,
Miami celebrated Veterans Day and Juliet
i Mrs Hy > Lieber celebrated Friendship Day. She
had a luncheon at the Four Ambassadors in one
of the suites on the third floor. Attractively
rolled packages at each place acted as a place
card and designated at which card table you
were to play. The present was a 1970 calendar,
one of those dish towel ones for the kitchen.
Among the guests were Mrs. Jack Brantman,
Mrs. Joseph Bernstein. Mrs. Maxwell Kyman.
Mrs. Leslie Beckstel, Mr?. Elry Stone, Mrs.
Martin Samuels, Mrs. Harry Schiff. Mrs. Harry
Orleans, Mrs. Daniel Rifkin, Mrs. Herbert
Fuerst and Mrs. Jay Melzer.
BRIDGK. GOLF SHOP
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foursome was Edith, i Mrs. Stanley) Segal. B-r-
nice (Mrs. Perry Kay, Eileen, (Mrs. Howard*
Kane and joni liars. Stanley" Tate. Another
group having a fine time shopping, playing gin
and being "spa-ish" were Joan, IMrs. Jerry
Blank. Marion (Mrs. Stanley) Frehling and
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Friday, November 21, 1969
Feiffers Honored At Oholet Torah Party
Displaying new life membership certificates
-eceived at a recent luncheon of the Coral
Cancer League of the American Medical
Center at Denver, are Mrs. Sid Eisenberg
end Mrs. Reuben H. Moss. Pictured (from
left) are Mrs. Richard G. Bendger, Sr., life
membership chairman; Mrs. Eisenberg; Mrs.
Louis Alexander, League president, Mrs.
Moss, and Mrs. Joe Rose, membership
vice president.
Two Given League Life Memberships
fund-raising
Ixhalf.
At fhc recent membership lunch-
eon held by Coral Cancer League
pi the American Medical Center at
Denver iAMCDI in the Coral
Cables Women's Club, life mem-
bt rship certificates were presented
1. Mrs. Sid Fjsenberg and Mrs.
P. uben H. Moss by life member-
r.i ndgen, sr.
The League's "Women of Dis-
tinction" award plaques were pre-
sented by Mrs. Jerry Leader, na-
tional vice president of AMCD, to
Mrs. Joe Nurenberg. Mrs. Joe
Schaffer, Mrs. Harry Schwartz,
Mrs. Herman Tragash and Mrs.
- ;> chairman Mrs. Richard G. \ Jack Weiner for their outstanding
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Mr. and Mrs. Albert Feiffer will
lx- honored Saturday evening at a
cocktail party given by ( holci
Torah Day School. Rabbi Abraham
Korf. one of the school's founding
directors, has announced.
Friends and family will toasl
the Feiffers. who are vwy active
i, philanthropic ami humanitarian
efforts in the community, on tins
occasion, which will be hosted by
Mi. and Mis. Jerry Schechter in
their home al 4400 Pine Tree Dr..
Miami Beach, in recognition of
their devotion and dedication to
Oholei Torah. one of their favorite
charities.
Long-time residents ol Miami
Beach, the Feiffers. who are the
parents of two sons. Robert and
Steven, came to this area from
Philadelphia in 19.T6. For the past
?J) years, they have been involved
in many organizations of the com-
I miinity. and are affiliated vvith
Temple Fmanu-FI.
MK. ani MRS. AlSfffT Him*
Mrs. Joe Rose, membership vice
president, was chairman of the
day. Mrs. Louis Alexander is pres-
ident of the Auxiliary.
A national hospital for the
treatment of cancer and chest dis-
eases, the American Medical Cen-
ter at Denver is a recognized
cancer research center and is sup-
ported by private donations from
throughout the nation. Patients
are admitted without regard to
their ability to pay or the length
of their projected treatment. It is
one of the few hospitals in this
country offering long-term treat-
ment and care for advanced and
recurrent cancer in combination
vvith an extensive program of basic
and clinical research. AMCD sci-
entists have made significant con-
tributions to the development of
chemical treatments lor cancer
in its advanced stages.
Lodge Plans 'Toys' Movie
The third annual 'Toys for S
land" benefit sponsored by Me-An
Lodge, B'nal B'rith, win be "i>.
Daydreamer," a movie about He
was on active Christian Andersen, shown in th>
. Air Corps for five Washington Federal auditoriun
f.99 NF 167th St.. North Miami
Beach. Price of admission i-
or like-new toy to be given to a
retarded child at Sunland Trair-
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Mr. Feiffer, a graduate of Get-
tysburg College and Louisiana
State University,
duty in tin
years at the time of World War II
and held the rank "1 Captain at
the time ol his discharge. He i^
presently a member of the Offi-
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NKLSON LANfi
Nelson Ki-ith, son of Mr. and
Mrs. E6onarcf B. I.ahg/colibiatod
his BfU- Mitzvafa Saturday. Nov. 15.
at Temple Kmanu-KI.
A Nautilus Junior High School
student. Nelson attends Temple
Kmanu-KI'g religious school.
The celebrant was honored at a :
Kiddush in the Friedland Ballroom J
immediately after the worship .
servico. and at a rock W roll party
Saturday evening at the Casta-
ways.
Helping Nelson to celebrate the
occasion was his grandmother.
Mrs. Minnie Lang.
CRAIG SOLOMON
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will j
officiate Saturday Nov. 22, when
Craig, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur J. Solomon. 1510 S. Treas-1
lire Dr.. Miami Beach, becomes j
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Mcnorah. :
Craig is an eighth grade student !
at Nautilus Junior High School. ;
where he plays drums in the band.
The celebrant will be honored at
a reception and luncheon in the
Kontainebleau Hotel's Club Gigi i
following the services. Many rela-
tives and friends from out of town
will be present to help him cele-
brate.
DKBKA FIRTKI.
The Bat Mitzvah of Debra Karla.
daugnter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Kirtcl. will be celebrated Satur-
day, Nov. 22. at Temple Kmanu-KI.
A student at the Hebrew Acad-
emy of Greater Miami, Debra is I
in the eighth grade.
A Kiddush in honor of the cele-
brant will l>e held in the Friedland
Ballroom of the temple following
ihe ceremonies, and her parents .
I re giving a dance party for her
friends Saturday evening at the i
Hibiscus Lodge.
n |
STKVKN SMVDER
During the morning services at
Temple Zion Saturday, Nov. 22,
Steven, the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Carl Syndet, will become Bar x
Mitzvah.
Steven is in the concert band
and is a member of the audio-
isual crew at South Miami Junior
High School, where he is in the
ig ith grade. He is a junior mem-
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Following the services, the cele-
brant's parents will host a recep-
tion in his honor at the temple.
Among the honored guests at
tlie festivities will be Steven's
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Finkelstein and Mr. and Mrs.
David Snyder.
PAFLA KASDIN
Paula, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Kasdin will become a
Bat Mitzvah ut the Friday evening
services of Temple M< norah, Nov.
21. with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
officiating.
Paula is active in the Girl Scouts '
and attends Nautilus Junior High
School, where she is in the seventh
grade.
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
ices and the celebrant will be hon- I
oifed Sunday afternoon at a recep-
tion in the Saxony Hotel.
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ALAN SAFFER
Alan, the son of Mr. and Mis. :
Bi rnard Saffer. 5915 SW 94th
Ave., will become Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Or Olom on Saturday.
Nov. 22.
An eighth grade student at
Glades Junior High School. Alan
has played on the Khoury League
baseball team anil the Coral Ga-
bles Youth Center football team,
and is presently on his school's
football team.
Alan's parents will host the
Oneg Shabbat following the Friday
evening services as well as tin
Kiddush on Saturday in his honor,
and hold a reception in their home
Saturday evening.
The celebrant's grandparents.
Mr and Mrs. Julius Rosenberg and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saffer, will
help him celebrate the occasion.
SAMUEL MOM AK
Samuel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
.Tack Montak, will become Bar
Mitzvah during the services con-
ducted by Rabbi Naltali Porush
at Young Israel of Greater Miami
Saturday morning. Nov. 22.
The celebrant is a student at
John F. Kennedy Junior High
School and a member of the Boy
Scouts.
Following the worship services.
Samuel will be honored at a Kid-
dush for family, friends and con-
gregation, and a reception will be
In Id Sunday, Nov. 23, at his home.
965 NK 171st St., for family and
close Irii nds.
Craig Solomon
Pot/fa Kasdin
Jiff Miller
Debra Firtel
Nelson long
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Sue Ann. the daughter of Mrs.
Shirley Douglass, 5600 sw 76th I
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Temple Judca of Coral Gables dur-
ing the ]1:15 a.m. services Satur-
day. Nov. 22.
A ninth grade student at Ponce
d< U-on Junior Hiirh School, Sue ;
Anne plays flute in the school's j
band. She plans to continue her
religious education at Temple Ju- :
dea in its Confirmation class.
Helping her celebrate the occa- .
sion will be Mr. and Mrs. Louis I
Sih.it/. Sue Anne's srandparents. \
BKKNARI) BURTON
Bernard, the son of Mr. and Mrs. I
David Burton of North Miami
Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah |
Saturday morning. Nov. 22, at |
Beth Torah Congregation.
An eighth grade student at John '
F. Kennedy Junior High School,
the celebrant attends Harold Wolk
Religious School, and he will con- \
tinue his Jewish education there.
A reception in Bernard's honor
will be held in the Famous Hesta-
rant. Among the honored guests
attending the celebration will he
his grandparents. Mr. and Mis.
Kotlikoff.
IILL MI 1.1.Kit
Rabbi Max Lipsehitz will offioi-1
ate Friday evening. Nov. 21. when
Jill Karen, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Abncr Miller. 10261 K. Broad-
v icvv Dr., Bay Harbor, becomes
Bat Mitzvah at Beth Torah Con-
gregation.
The celebrant is a student at
Nautilus Junior High School, '
where she is in the seventh grade. :
Following tiie ceremonies, Jill
Karen will l>e honored by family
and friends at an Oneg Shabbat.
And Sunday morning, Nov. 23, the
Miller family vviii be joined by
friends and relatives for a eham-
pagne bruncheon ;it Harbor House
South.
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vjewist HcrkJiar
Clark Reelected
In Miami Voting
Mayor Steve Clark was an over-
whelming choice for reelection in
Tuesday's Miami City Commission
rlection. Irwin Christie was re-
turned to his Group 4 seat and
David Kennedy retained in his
Group 5 seatboth by convincing
margins.
The election gives Mayor Clark
his second two-year term. It was
a second four-year term for Mr.
Christie and a third four-year term
fcr Mr. Kennedy.
According to City Clerk Frank
Correll. voting was the lightest in
45 years, with only 22.585 of the
city's 105.713 voters casting their
ballots.
Wometco Theatres
EUaBgl
'Boys In The Band' Is A Tragi-Comedy Cq?^''r;
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GOLDA MEIR
and Ambassador
Y. RABIN
Rany Hirsch and A^et ca-Israel
CvKual FounCa'.ion Present
DIRECT FROM U.S.S.R. I ISRAEL
FIRST TOUR IN THE FREE WORLD
The Songstress
XEHAMA
LIFSC1IITZ
SOUL OF RUSSIAN JEWRY
The Boys in the Band," star-
ring George Grizzard. starts its
three-week run at the Coconut
Grove Playhouse Tuesday eve-
ning. Curtain time will be 8:30
p.m. nightly except Monday, and
Kenley Players
Adds To Cast
Michael Allinson has been added
to the cast of "My Fair Lady."
which will be playing in the Plaza
Hotel at 54th Street and Collins
Avenue, Miami Beach, from Dec. '
23 through Jan. 4. He will be co-.
starring with Sally Ann Howes in
the Kenley Players production.
Mr. Allinson and Miss Howes were
both in the cast of the musical
during its record run on Broad-
way.
Jack Klugman. who co-starred
with Ethel Merman in the original
Broadway version of the musical
"Gypsy." will be reunited with her
here in February when that show
begins a two-week run at the
same location.
matinees on Wednesday and Sat-
urdavs will be held at 2 p.m.
No one under 17 will be admit-
ted to the performances of the
tragi-comic drama, which has a
homosexual theme, it was an-
nounced. Acknowledged as a slash-
inglv funnv, yet sadly tragic play,
the "setting for "The Boys in the
Band" is a surprise birthday party
with nine guests. Mr. Grizzard
plays the role of Michael, the host;
others in the cast are Rudy Tronto.
as Emory. Michael Lipton. playing
Harold, "whose birthday is being
celebrated. Philip Clark as Donald.
Don Nute, Jim Oyster. Austin
Stoker and William Tynan.
Director of the play produced by
Zev Bufman is Murray Gitlin: the
setting and lighting was designed
by James Riley.
The first fund-raising function
of the newly-formed 3****
Veterans' Auxiliary 177 of MtoJ-
mar will be a cabaret n.ght in he
Burgundy Room of the Carillon
Hotel. Miami Beach, at 9:30 p.m.
Saturday.
Friday, November 21, 1969
North Shore Ladies Meet
North Shore Ladies Auxiliaiy
677, Jewish War Veterans, wi 1
meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday ,n
the Washington Federal Bank at
1133 Normandy Dr- Miami Beacb.
Evelyn LeVint is president of the
group.
Art Display At Meeting
Various art media will be dis-
played and dicussed by Mrs. Sclma
Magram of Grove House at the
8:15 p.m. Tuesday meeting of the
Sisterhood of Temple Zion. at the '
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LEGAL NOVICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
>T1GK IS HEREBY OTVEN thut
jnl^ripnf,l. tleslrinir tu ensaaTe'
puj-inohM uiwi*r th- fictitious naOM
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lonut Qrove, Miami, Florida in-
|ls to r.k'IsK-r -aid namea with
Clerk at ih- I'lnuit Court of
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lonnv for
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THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85917
FRANK B. DOWLING
, I IK: ISstate of
[wllKI. KATZ
' NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Mi Creditor* and All l"rona Haw-
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u are hereby notified and requlr-
.. pram nt an) claims and dcma.ida
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, ..,!.. of BAMUKIj katz dacaaaed
. of Dade County, Florida, to th--
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LEGAL NOTICE
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THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80776
K Hatate of
N JI2PFBRY Wll.KINS,
. .I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ml Creditor* I nd All Per Bf Hai -
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u hereby notified and requlr-
|ir.->. oi an) la'm* and demand*
h you may hav,- agalnat the f
: JOHN JBFFEAY Wll.KINS
..-.i late if Dade County, Florida,
he County Judge* of Dade County,
iii.- tin- .-.-.mi- in duplicate and aa
tided In Section 7*3.14, Florida
tutca, in their office* in the County
rihouM in Dade County, Florida,.
in mx ralemlar months from th..
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kited at Miami. Florida, this Tin day |
November. A.D. 1!"'.'.'.
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'st publh all..ii of this notice on
-1st day of November, 1949.
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KUCN WILKDfS, Administratrix
IJncobi K.i.iil,
ml Beaoh, Florida 3313D
U/J1-JJ 1J/5-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA
No. 69-19173
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MICHAEL I.ANIUMi and
I ADBI.INB V. l-AMHNi.
hi* wife.
Plaintiff*
\-s ...
WII.1.IA.M GORDON PRICE and
MINNIE I.EE PRICE,
ri_AKI.Fi IMTWK'K
his wife, anil JOHN SMITH
and his Wife,
Defendant*.
Van, WILLIAM <;oriiox PRICK
and MINNIi: I.1CK I'lUf'i;. his wife
of U Wanda ClrVIe, S.W.. Atlanta!
G.-org-la 80316 are hereby notified that
a complaint to fon-cuun a mortfave
upon the following described property
to-wlt:
l/.i 30, Block :*. of FIRST AD-
DITION TjO WEHTWOOD LA KB,
a. i oidmi,' to the Plat thereof, r, -
corded in ll;t Hook 57 al Pnu"*
-1. of th,- Public Record* of Dade
County, Florida:
hi- been filed against you, and you
are required to nerve a copy nf your
anxwer or pleading to complaint on
the Plnintiff* attarneya, tidiiDMAN
* HOLTZMAN, nn.i Concord Bldjr.,
Miami. Florida, 3S130, and file the
original answer or pleading In th.-
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
j Court, In and for Hade County.
Florida, on or before th" 19th day
oi December, 1969; If you fail to do
so, ludgment by default v ill be taken
lagarnst ><>u for ih- relief demanded
; in the comiilaint to foreclose mort-
gage
This notice "hall be published on.-e
each week r... four (4i coiiaecutive
week* m THE JF.WI8H FixutmiAN
IMiNE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, 'hi- iMii day of Novembei
l ";:>.
E R l-BATHERMAN*.
. Herk ..i the 'ircuil 'ourl
B} MARC.CKRITE KENT
a- 1 lei III ) i ,. rk
n 'n uu Couri Seal)
01 'I'MAN ,v It, .l.iZMAN
Attorn. ) for I 'laintifl
iinn .. i......,i i: dg
Miami. Fll i'l.i
.:.....-
!'> SYLVAN N H" i'.TXM \N
-
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
notii'k is HEREBY >;i\ i: -.
by virtu.- ... ("hai l. r IS7X ol Florida
latut. i \ tat. .1 d'.'ii i \Vuri -
i ousi men i ,\ i ...I-, n, ,, ||l()a
when In ABE van LINES I .. di
" i.....al i.'ii I > irtue "I ii ^. .ii .In u .
li. n ha* hi poksi oinn ;i, follow-
ing deacrlbi d pi i ;. i ij
L'sed Housi h. I I 1....1- as the property
of MRS BILL PRINCE whose last
known H.ldDss u.i- i:,.- \->: |{out< .'.
Rams, in. n 1' and thai on the !ith
'i.i\ of I lecemb. 1. I960 dui li -. 1
hour* of sal. in. inlj bel eel 11:00
fon oon and s 1 \$ th. aft. rncsm
'' N W 2ith AVI nu.. Miami.
1 .....In lite undersigm .1 shall
for -al.- I., the highest I,id,1, for
hi hand the .1! ov .1. scribed or >p.
. of MRS. BILL PRINCE
Dated al Miami, Florida, this inh
da] .'i November, 1 11
II :i 81
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M ITICE IS HEREBY I5IVEN thai
tl desiring t.. 1 ng.igi
, flctitiou* nan.....1 SHtiRE CL1 1;
HOTBL lute id* to registi 1 Id
uith the Clerk of the Circuit Court
"i Dado County, Florid*
SIMCHA, INC
By Rl iRBRT JACi >BS, it. nUlent
BNGLANDKR* BURNETT
Vttol 11 v HI l.au
1 Lincoln Rn .! lilds
.Miami It.;, Klorlda
11 21 28 12 .-i-12
'N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85816
KB: Estate of
NMB HIRSCH
1 ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
8 ''l.miis or Iiemands Against Said
(ate:
OU are hereby notified and requlr-
1 preatnl any claims a'nd demands
i' li you may have against the es-
' of ANNIE HIRSCH deceased
' Of Dade County, Florida, to the
uniy Judges of llade County, and
"' the same In duplicate and as pro-
;'v,i in Section 731.16, Florida
'"'s. In thdir office* In the County
'""houae In Dade County, Florid*.
'"in Mix calendar miniths from the
m'' "f the first publication hereof,
the same will be barred.
'' 'd at Miami, Florida, this 13
*' "l November. A.D. 196V.
IRVI.NC, CYPEN
As Executor
lr-t publication of this notice on
l.T, day "f November, 1969.
I'-HV L. CYPEN, ESy
IINij CYPEN LAW uFKICES
f'rneya for Executor
1 Arthur (lodfrey Road,
foil Beach, Florida
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 85798
In RE Estate of
PEARL KAI'FMAN
Deceit 1 il
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
lo .mi creditors and ah Person* Hav-
ing ( hums ..r iiemauds Against Said
Kstai, :
You an hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
wln.ii you may have against the es-
tate of PEARL KAUFMAN deceased
late of Pad.- County. Florida to the
County Judge* of Pad.- County, and
til.- the -am. in duplicate and aa pro-
vided In Section 7S8.18, Florida '
Statutes, in their offices in the Counts
courthouse in Had.- tountv. Florida
within six calendar month* from the
time of the first publication hereof .
or the same w ill be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 17th i
day of November, a.ii ij69
HARRY M. KAUFMAN
.*.".} Pun'i'-aflon of this notice on '
..f..?.1"' rtil> of November, W,<)
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Kxeeutor
Mil! Biacayne Building
Miami, Florida
11 11-28 U/S-H
To Get Well and Stay Wdl.
Join The JEWISH PHYSICAL
SCIENCE, INC. 235-T8th Sfre^H,
Miami Beach, Florida
Telephone 538-7980
11/21-28 12,3-12
WOMAN WANTED
TO SLEEP IN. LIGHT
COOKING AND ACT AS
COMPANION. 864-6401.
WOMAN WANTED FOR
KOSHER COOKING AND
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING FOR
JEWISH WIDOWER. PHONE
865-6624, AFTER 3 P.M.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 79273-A
IN RE: Bstate of
IIHI.KN BECKER
Ueceaagd.
^,II,C.S J 'NTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
iri>WTJi'lc Is h. re>y..civvi, yu I have
Wed my Final Reporl and Petition fo?
Distribution and Final Discharge aa
KXecUtOr of (he estate of HELEN
HECKBR, decenaed: and that on th.
..11.1 da>-of December, 1969, will appiv
I to th.-Hot.orai.ie County Judge* of
Dade < ou-aty, Florida, for approval of
said Final |(..,,ort and for distribu-
tion and final discharge aa Executor
"' ,""' '"If.....i" "ie above-named de-
JJ*t. Thl* 19th day of November,
8ANFORD S FAl'.NCK
8ANFORD S FAINCB;
FAl'.VCB, FINK FORMAN
Attorney
1502 Congress BldK
.Miami. Kla. 88132
371-5*71
________________ ll 21-28 12/5-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 85718
IN I'.K: Bstat. 01
IVAM OL8EN
l>. ceased.
t .,,NOTICE TO CREDITORS
... ah Creditpn, and All Persona
Ha> iiil Claim* or l>. mand*
Agnlnsi said Estate:
Vouare hereby notified and required
10 preseni any claim* and demand*
"'eh yon maj hayeagaln*J (he estate
"I l\AI! OlJJtEX. !.., ..,s,..l I,,,, of
'"' County. Florida, ... th.- .,, '
Judg.* of Dad, County, and file the
' In duplicate a.,,1 as provided in
ST,...... ':':,l';' Plorlda siat,.....,
heir offices in the County Courthouse
Had.- ouni), Florid-,, .|th| six
'*' '''" month! from th. .,,,,. ,., ,1,,.
m atlon hereof, or the !
^:<::^;:..:-
M \i:i,,N .; BTBIN
1 iratrix
Mrsi publleatu : of thh .
' "..v : V, i-i mi r .. .
HIM.I,'.' I. l:|...,iM|:|;|;,; '
KOBBin 1. Itl.tXiMI'.Klii!
1 foi Administratrix
. 1. S. j Iv Ll :,,
M Fli 1 Id* 13132
M 21-2S 12 5-12
PRf LIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
"' Ul- Ti 1 w ll. ,\i THBSB I'l'l-'
SI,VS '' u' *<>-ME OBEETINOS:
..' STANI-BY 11 IMCH VRD,
Miami II. a. h, Fl. rltla : \||. '|| \i.-i u
,;:;;il'A.AN. Miami ileach.KoVida
'!>' 5K ll NELSON,
'- Florida did ..11 the Kin dav
"' '"her. A 1. !:,..s ,.,s,. ,
'""n>ratel under Ihe laws of th.
State Fl .rlda CMFTo.N DEVBtJp!
Ml-N V"l:l' ..... !"""' with It*
'.'"";;',";...... "' '"-.....- al Miami I
1 : ounty. In I 1. State of
' a cornora
. "!"" 'he ith d. x... :..:
\ I9. cause ... be rileil in
Ihe Se. retnrj ( state ol
la-U 1.1 Florida th, dorui
' required under Section
rids Statutes, show-lna the
, ""......' such corpora it.
.\"u |"l'-" Ihe S. f
' ''" hcrebj certifj to the fore-
: "< 'hai h satlsfietl thai ihe
:v -'"
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I hav.
' ". .' '> .....' and have affix-
- "real Seal of the SI
1-iori.a at Tallahassee, ihe Capital
'he .ih da) ... November. A 0
TOM ADAMS
Secretary of State
11 21 69
Rev. N. Rose. 50, Sexton Of Temple
Services prc held at Tr-mple
Kmanti-Kl Sunday for Rev. Nathan I
Rose, 50. of 2841 Royal Palm Avc. I
who passed away suddenly Friday '
evening.
Charlotte; his son, Neil; and fonr
sisters. Ann Hirnbaum and Fni -
ees Miller of Now York City, and
Lillian Silver and Eve Fine of
Brookline, Mass.
Rev. Rose, who came here from. Interment was in Mount .\".
Ccrnciery under the direction >(
Niwman Funeral Home.
Hoston.-\la*s* nine ycana aut^vitaKiJ
the sexton of Temple Kmanu-KI.
He was a member of the Zionist I
Organization of America, the Jew-
ish National Fund, the Hebrew
Academy, Mayor's Safety Commit- \
tee and many other civic and re-
ligious organizational
Rev. Hose is survived by his wife,
BRAKES
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Custom lining
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WE APOLOGIZE
In the Nov. 14 issue of
The Jewish Floridian. "The
Rabbi Speaks From His Pul-
pit" column was contributed
by Rabbi Abraham Ben-
Hi 1 lei, who was erroneously
listed as the rabbi of Young
Israel of Miami Beach. The
rabbi is spiritual leader of
Congregation Etz Chaim, lo-
cated at 1642-44 Washington
Ave., .Miami Beach, and we
apologize for our error.
New Men Elected
I To Beach Council
Three new men are sitting on
i the Miami Beach City Council us
! a result of Tuesday's runoff elrv-
tion. United Tenants League presi-
dent Herbert Magnet, attorney
, Jerome Greene and advertising
.executive Robert Goodman wei
elected in light voting as ballots
were cast by only 23.814 voters.
The controversial Miami Beaeli
Tourist Development Authority
- (TDAi was abolished by an o\e.-
: whelming margin and replaced by
p scvcn-m< mber group.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRRHY (5IVEX I
Hi.- Ulnlei'Hlgiii | ,.np
'' but ii I. i- ih,. f|, in
"i EIJXOKF SALES ASSHCIAT
nl Sl' Miami Internatln
ib It ill. Mart ::; \\u\ t:
Av. Uinml Int. ...| i,. re|ti
th the i l. i-k [ the i'ir,
' 'Url ill Dade County, Florida
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well-designed apartment, there is the reminder of an osa of
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Oventzed Swimming Pool
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* Jewish FhrfiMan
Friday. Norember 21
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SHOP FOOD FAIR FOR HOLIDAY FOOD SAVINGS!
TURKEYS
NA^srs ramff1 Gran */ __
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GRADE A
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FOOD
O.S.O.A. GRA"E 'a
O. S. GOV'T. INSP.
QUICK FROZEN
FAMOUS BRANDS
fyustf TURKEYS
18 TO 22 LB.
AVERAGE
I'OtoTSlb
ftjjM
18 to 22 LB.
AVERAGE
LB.
43
LEAN GROUND BEEF
OUAMTITV
FIGHTS
PCSCRVED
U.S. GOV T.
INSPECTED
NOW A TRULY SUPERIOR TASTE TREAT f usoA
NEW Farmer Gray '5=^T (~fe
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
SAVE MERCHANTS
GREEN STAMPS
.VITH EVERY
PURCHASE
FT1
^'if
PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUN. NOV.23
AT ALL FOOD FA|P AND Fl- '
STORES EXCLUDING KOSHER ,''KrTS
Self-Basting TURKEYS
18 TO 22 LB.
AVERAGE
Toi6lb
Av*As
CKUCK WAGON STEAK
TCP U.S. CHOICE-U.S. GOV'T. GRADED-U.S. GOV'T. INSP. WESTERN LETEF CUTS
GREENDELL'S
TOP QUALITY
TCP U S. CHOICE
Pie Crust Mix
FOOC PAH i.. r."ffN
Whole Asparagus Spears

Lindsay Ripe Olives 39
Dinner Napkins 49'
-'.!. DUTY
Aluminum Foil
57e
SIRLOIN
STEAKS
T BONE STEAKS..... $129
CHUCK STEAKS
RIB STEAKS.
LONDON BROIL..... *129
ROUND ROAST......o $V9
RIB ROAST........o 99
CALIFORNIA ROAST. 89
AVI OR TO 24* OM
OCEAN SPRAY
CRANBERRY SAUCE
FOOD FAIR JELLIED
Chocolate Covered Mints
Dip'N Chip _.______
49
49
urn 2 cm. bhb mm* tutu, am ran.
Danish Smoked Salami 99
.'(, OR
FOOD FAIR'S BAKED GOODS
SAvr up tc 6C fxoo faiw's
RAISIN
GARDEN FRESH-SNO-WHITE
BREAD
PLAIN
OR
ICED
i-LB. <_t,Ar
29
FOOD FAIR FRESH BAKED
Danish Coffee Ring n.'9w
MACKEREL
Borden s Biscuits 9
45'
6 0
FCRIID AUSTRIAN
Sliced Swiss Cheese
, ,.r, iTEDOO'lNC --
Danish Havarti Cheese 49
naaa it." hj-h<

12
TOP QUALITY DEL MONTE OR CHIQUITA
BANANAS coiden ripe.......
TOP QUALITY INDIAN RIVER
JUICE ORANGES____10 39
TOP QUALITY GOLDEN OR RED DELICIOUS OR
MclNTOSH APPLES 3 59
GARDEN FRESH OCEAN SPRAY
CRANBERRIES....... 39
Pet-Ritz Pie Shells 3
Rich's Coffee Rich 5 $1
ITALIAN SWISS COLONY HALF GAL
1 Table Wines """
$199
1
VIN ROSI RHINF.SKF.LLlR CHIAMI
Champagne E*!*1
DIit PINK SPARKLING (URGL'NDY COLO DOCK
1 M III I llit.
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Seioicc "DdicAUtAe*
AiAILABLL AT STORES A ITU SERVICE COL"-T '
ALL CHEESE AND LUNCH MEATS ARE SLI
""'" ORDER. ALL PRODUCTS ON 01 SPLA .
Baby Whitefish Chubs 99c
- i 0QC
Ralh Salami 0'
Black Forest Liverwurst 99
American Process Cheese <9
fUii-IM-fLii-'
PASTRAMI
SHOPPING AT FOOD FAIR IS A HAPPY TIME !


"dTewisli Floridian
[Miami Florida Friday, November 21, 1969
Section
State Department's Policy Invites Question
By MILTON FRIEDMAN"
WASHINGTON-The "silent
Ami ricar.s" who support Presi-
ent Richard M Nixon's Viet-
-. am policy are finding words to
(jestion the indications of U.S.
appeasement of Communist-
armed and Communist-aided
Aral' aggressors.
A small group of courageous
Americans who went to Israel
(n the ir own accord and are
risking their lives in service in
Israel nave been denounced by
m State Department for exer-
. their right to dual citizi n-
. .: ant I d by law. While
i le I'.S. government is prosicut-
g i!.. i Am i leans for rt fus-
ir to fight avainst Communist-
.inil.as and regulars
. Vietnam, the sacrifice ol those
,mi ricans willing to (ii for Is-
s tit i dom is dt prt i at d and
d "contrary to tfl< fon ign
;. interests of the United
s" by the State D<; art-
it.
nt < fficial
i nsidi r it icroic for
. An rican to a cc u b a
id mad by a g < rril a's
,K-;t bullet in Southeast Asia,
H aga -: L\S. int< rests I dii
rom s.:ch a Russia n-madi bu!-
I in tsrai '. Thi i i rig in-
nsisl : ." has baffti ; ited of Amci.. a's
;. .!. mists.
- Vietnam speech earlier
month, I'l.sidint Nixon
stat d I it an Aim rican di f. at
In Southeast Asia would jeop-
dize l: lorn in the Middle
.-'.-: ai d i w where. Yet only
a : w days latt r the State De-
partment plored the service
>y A In Israel and said
V-'.t i ican Jewish youths were
Icing a disservice to the United
States by bearing arms for Is-
>~ae i. It offends the Arabs and
provides propaganda material
for Moscow, the officials said.
The State Department, how-
ever, eieclined to comment on
tlv service of an estimated 5.000
uniformed Russian military offi-
cers in the Egyptian and Syrian
armed forces. Nothing was said
about the Soviet military tech-
nicians who operate Egyptian
radar and SAM missile systems.
I One does not hear a word about
the flow of Chinese Communists
and Soviet arms to every Arab
t< rrorist and guerrilla group.
The very same Washington
officials who maintain that talk
of a unilateral withdrawal from
Vietnam encourages Hanoi to
avoid a peace ttlement, morr-
ow r, in their bilateral negotia-
tions witn the Russians have
suggest d a uniiati ral Israi ii
withdiawal from the Sinai Pe-
ninsula. Doesn't this have the
sam< ;: on l lairo as the I !.S.
pi a m verm nt has on Hanoi?
State i irtmcnl ffi
v hi i \\r::; ; i ai hievi an 1
\'- ith( ing home th
boys i ,' setvii in [sri I have
a m i the fao tious title of
' thi Ma i :: ralorium O
mil
The fact is that the small
num .. s in the Is-
' Forces are what
is (i.i i "( lim" mew
gi ants in U n Si me wi re
: Is: .. ; arents in the
Uiiit t. SI ites, .. .s aie yo
pvorl attracted to the Israeli
lift st; Ii .
The State I ; artment, how-
ever, s: t ms n n irate al.out the
Americans risking their li\s in
Israel for freedom than the
Americans who are hiding in
Canada and Sweden to avoid
military service. The ambassa-
dors of Arab nations which had
denounced the United States in
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the most vitriolic terms some
of them openly pro-Communist
v.( re called to the State De-
partment recently, and were
told that the devotion of some
youths to Israel was officially
deploreel and ways were being
se>ught to prevent their military
service there. Tne Arab states
heaped new scorn on Washing-
ton foil wing the meeting, and
repeated the lie that U.S. mili-
tary units are involved in the
Midi ast conflict.
The attitude of the State De-
I artment is reminiscent of the
days just prior to the outbreak
of World War II. when it at-
tempted to strip "premature
anti-fascists" wno opposed Adolf
Hitler of their passports.
No warning has been issued by
the State Department to the
Russians and their Arab satellit
states who are using the Isra< Ii
issue as a pretext in the Sovit t
unde rmining NATO by
: i king the Mcditi rrani an a
private Russian lake and driving
T'.s infhtei out of the area
om the Mi ii East.
Tin Hi v. ;; IJX BSI fin ill t I'm Is of
'nil d S;:.;. s only ;
I i Russi ns and Arabs to |
ai Ii r.
.' talk ol \?:i' i Ican v ol in-
tt eis in Israe! may bo s< tting
stagi additioi al R i
I artii Ii tin Mid" asl
f.ict is quite possibl thai
: er' Russian pil ts will
be flying the jet bombers pro-
\ :i!t d to the Aral's by Moscow.
But th State Dei artment's
only response is to warn the
brave American boys in Israel
that it i= seeking to take' legal
steps beca ise they are allegedly
"endangering the policy objec-
tives of our government" by
fighting Communist aggression
in the Middle East.
Did. 349-74*1, Irawari S2I-7491
Readings, Lectures
Planned For Adult
Education Series
The programs Planned for the
c.-ming weeks of Beth Torah Con-
gregation's Adult Education pro-
gram include morning anel after-
noon book it aciing clubs and lec-
tures.
Elie Wiesel's novel. "The Town
Beyond the Wall will be the s'ib-
i ei for discussion during reading
clubs conducted by Abraham J.
Gittelson. educational director. In
another part of the program, mem-
i : the congregation will join
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, spiritual
leader of the congregation, in an
i vening with the rabbi." during
h "Jewish Values For Modern
Living" v. ul be the discussion topic.
A '..! light of the first month of
the program will be a dinner met I-
ing conducted by Rabbi Lipschitz
just prior to the meeting of the
i ard oi lirectors. The subject to
covered will be "The Messag)
and the Ethics of the Fathers."
lit gistrations are still be>ing tak-
t n at Beth Toran's school office
for the Tuesday Morning Institute
of the Synagogue, and the Thurs-
day evening College of Jewish
Studies classes held at B<'th Torah
under the sponsorship of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education.
Prosecutor To Speak
Al Sepe. chief prosecutor of the
Criminal Court, will spe'ak on the
topic 'Crime and Punishment" at
the 8:30 p.m. Monday meeting of
B th Moshe Men's Club In the
temple's social hall.
Mrs. Saiah Keiser, retiring president cf the Hebrew Home for
the Aged ci Miami Beach, receives a key to the city from
Micmi Eec.ch Mayer Jay Dermer for her dedication and
Icyalty to the aged oi the C7rea'.er Miami area.
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fJewlst fhrldUan
Friday, November 21, lggg ~~
Israeli Educator To
Visit In December
Dr. Sol Liptzin. chairman of the
p. artmcnt of, Humanities of the
American College in Jerusalem,
and Fulbrijiht Lecturer in world
literature at Teehnion. Haifa and-
at T>1 Aviv University, will be in
Miami the first week of December.
B mard Katz of Miami Beach.
chairman of the Aliyah Committee
ol the Brnndeis C hapter of the Zi-
01 is' Organization of America.
will be Dr. Liptzin's host during
his visit, and ho will speak at i
Ti mple Menorah Friday, Dee. 5, at
8:15 p.m.; at Temple Kmanu-Kl !
Saturday, Dec. fi, at 9 a.m.: meet
with faculty members at the Uni-
versity of Miami, and address the
parents and students of Miami
B< ach High Sihool at 3 p.m. Sat- ;
urday.
The former chairman of the De-
tment of Germanic and Slavic1
Languages at the College of the
City of New York. Dr. Liptzin has !
siived as president of the Jewish'
Book Council of America and as j
chairman of the Jewish Affairs ,
Commission of the American Jew- i
ish Congress, Among the books of;
which he is the author are "Ger-
many's Stepchildren." "English
Legend of Heinrich Heine." "Gen-
eration of Decision." and "The
Flowering of Yiddish Literature."
The American College in Jeru-
salem, now in its second year, is
ti four-year liberal arts college
which presently has 145 students.
All instruction is in English in the
coeducational, non-sectarian and
American-sponsored institution, Its
credits are accepted in U.S. col- '
h ges, and there are directed field
study groups, a year-abroad pro-
gram and summer courses avail-
able. The college's dean of admin-
istration is Leonard J. Goldstein,,
whose American office is at One
E. 42nd St.. New York City.
k500Men's Club To
Honor President
A testimonial dinner in honor of
Its four-term president. Kmanuel
Mentz, will be held by the 1500
Men's Club in the Napoleon Room I
of the Deauville
Hotel Wednes-
day. Now 26.
Guest speakers
at the gala din-
ner will includi
Miami Beach's
M a y o r J a y
Dermer, Rabbi
Irving Lehrman
and Arthur S.
Rosichan. The
dinner chairman
is Irving Silver.
Transportation is being provided
by bus from the Morton Towers;
the first bus will leave for the
hotel at 4:45 p.m. Hors d'oouvres
will be served beginning at 5:30
p.m.; the ceremonies will begin at
G "0 p.m. and will be followed by
dinner at 7:30.
Music for dancing will be pro-
vided by Fred Zuker. Sonny Sands
and Gina Wilson will entertain.
Dedication Lodge Receives Chatter
Cultural Lectures Begin
At a formal dinner meeting in
the Eden Roc Hotel Monday eve-
ning, E. Albert Pallot. national
chairman <>i Community and Vet-
erans Services Commission and
former international vico president
Of B'nai B'rith, presented the re-
ccntly organized Dedication Lodge
with its charter, and served as
installing officer and speaker of
Hie evening.
Milton Lefeourt served as chair-
man of the dinner. Founding offi-
cers formally assuming their du-
ties included Joseph J. Henry.
president; David Gelb. Morris Kis-
silcff, Dr. Sol Berlin and Milton
Lefeourt. vice presidents; Dr.
Abraham Geduldig. Arthur Corren
and George Templer. secretaries;
Abe Benjamin, tn asurer. and Les-
tei Obeistein, chaplain.
his re cent trip to Israel n*
Tuesday in ihe sanctuary'
The firsl of the 1969-70 Cultural synagogue, located at 15 2
Lectures at the Jacob C. Cohen Ington Ave., Miami r.
Community Synagogue will be a [cultural lecture* are hel
Rabbi Tiber H. St. rn on out Hie winter *ain.
of ihe
E. ALBERT PALLOT
Pioneer Miamian Celebrates 80th
Pioneer Miamian Hyman Bud-
ner was honored by friends "and
relatives Sunday on the occasion
of his 80th birthday at a dinner
party given by Irene and Maxwell
Schwartz. Dorothy and Murray
Kudner and Alma and Murray
Budner in the Schwartz, home.
Sewn of his grandchildren also
helped him to celebrate.
One of the original founders of
Beth David Congregation, which
was first located downtown. Mr.
Budner has for 31 years been a
prominent member and active in
Jewish community affairs.
"It is with joy and thanksgiving
that I add the congratulations of
Beth David Congregation as its
rabbi, and for myself, on the occa-
sion of his 80th birthday," said
Rabbi Sol Landau. "No one can
meet Mr. Budner without being
deeply impressed by his personal-
ity, which reflects beauty of char-
acter and depth of mind. He is
among the most beloved and re-
spected men in the congregation,"
the rabbi continued, "and his mem-
bership, spanning .more than three
i decades, is pointed to with pride
by the entire congregational fam-
ily. His religious commitment, rev-
erence for learning, love of fellow
man, and passionate identity with
the J blessing to everyone."
A member of the Congress ol
Jewish Education for t0 years. Mr.
Budner's concern for Jewish writ-
ers and Jewish history has been
developed over a lifetime during
which he has built a library con-
I taining more than 300 books he
| has purchased in support of his-
Itorians and dedicated writers
Mr. Budner joined the Work-
men's Circle in 1918 and has con-
i tinued his interest in this organi-
zation for 52 years, during which
time he has seen service on its
executive board.
He and a partner, the late Na-
than Namoff. o|>ened a restaurant
at 11th Avenue and W. Flagler |
Street in 1938. A meeting place
for many of Miami's early resi-
: dents, it was known as "Max's
I
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V.'i.mi n. will be held from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Tuesday in the Washing-
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NK 167th St., North Miami Beach.
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Friday. November 21, 1969
* Jenisfi FkridFiatn
Page 3-C
LVhat s C'Oo^iVi
d
By RUTH SIRES
This is the turkey season. The most common way of prepar-
ing turkey is, of course, roasting. A beautifully browned whole
bird makes any meal look festive and special.
Our suggestion however, is to use the white moat i which
-omotimes comes out on the dry side) in an economical and
tasty way. Prepare schnitzels, "steaks" of white meat in a
ielicate. crispy goulden cover. You could use the bones and
,-iblets to prepare a hot vegetable soup, and from the red meat.
nake a roast or a iot roast with plenty of gravy. This is a
o TURKEY SCHNITZEL
4 big flat slices of breast 2 eggs
of turkey '2 cup cold water
1 tsp. salt ': cup flower
u tsu. i>epper '2 cup bread crumbs
-2 cloves flesh garlic oil for frying
The slices should lojk like a medium-sized steak. Pound
them on both sides to flatten them, rub salt and pepper into the
neat. Mash the fresh garlic, rttb into the meat, on both sides.
!>eat the eggs together with ', cup cold water. Put the flour and
the bread crumbs on two flat plates. Heat the oil in a heivy
-killet. dip the slices of meat first in the flour, then the eggs,
ind then in bread crumbs. The slices should be perfectly covered
>n each side. Fry on both sides until golden brown. Cover the
jian and let the schnitzel cook for 5 minutes. Garnish with a
lemon slice, mashed potatoes or rice.
Chanukah is just around the corner. The eight days of the
holiday give you eight wonderful reasons to entertain and make
family and social relations closer. Invite guests and "mishpocha"
for a hot cup of tea with a traditional Chanukah Latkc. Light up
candles, sing songs, give a small gift or "Chanukah Gelt" and
hat's all there is to it. No fancy dishes or complicated menus.
You will all enjoy the cozy warmness' of this light and friendly
Jewish holiday.
The only thing that is not traditional In the recipe for those
latkes is the method of preparing them, instead of grating the
potatoes- taking a chance on cutting your fingersuse an
'lectric blender. It only takes a moment to have the potatoes
..rated and ready for use. The amounts in the recipe are for a
laker's dozenenough for six pe.sons- just enough to enjoy
vithout getting fat lor for four who are not diet-minded).
BLENDES LATKES
3 medium potatoes (1 pound I
1 small carrot
'2 medium onion (or 1 tbls.
onion flakes)
.'; tsp salt
Is tsp. pepper
1 large egg
5 tbls. flour
oil for frying
powdered sugar (optional)
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Music Is Anne's First Love
Anne Lerner, the daughter of a scholarship to Juilliard School of
: Cantor Jack Lerner of Congrega- ^iusjc
tion B'nai Raphael, has set a goal
own junior synagogue
directed it.
choii and
Peol the potatoes and cut each one into eight pieces. Put
ight pieces at a time in the blender, cover the potatoes in the
blender with water. Close the lid and turn on a medium speed.
In about 5 seconds, the potatoes are grated. Drain them com-
pletely, through a mesh sieve. Put the grated drained potatoes
in a bowl.
Grate the carrot in the same way. Add it to the potatoes
Add onion flakes or grated onion (same method). add also the
egg, flour, salt and pepper. (The carrot adds color and sweatness.
You could use a small apple instead of the carrot'. Mix all the
ingredients well.
In a heavy skillet, he;:t the oil. When hot drop thebatter
from a full tablespoon. Fry till brown and crisp on both silos
Sprinkle with sugar if desired.
Kashruth Supervision by
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for herselfshe wants to sing in
the Metropolitan Opera, and she
will never be satisfied until she
a''hjfiYffSi U*i\ objective.
Since childhood Anne has been
connected with synagogues and
Jewish youth groups, doing soloist
*j":arts with both religious and sec- j
The 20-ycar-old soprano is a \ uiar adult choirs from the time
music and drama major at Florida l. ,., .
..,_ ,, she was 12 years old. At an ear v
Atlantic University in Boca Raton. *
She attended Brcvard Music Cen- I aRC Anm wno is Presently serving
! ter in North Carolina on a scholar- a5 musical director of Temple .
ship last summer and was the re- Sinai of North Dade, formed her
cipient of one of the Opera Guild's------------------------------------------------
four Florida Atlantic University n c
scholarships, and a partial schoi- uance iet For Saturday
arship given by the Boca Raton A cocktail party and dance for
Music Study Club. She knows it singles will bo held by the Regency
will take a lot of hard work plus Club of Miami Beach at 9 p.m.
j the "breaks" to develop her voice Saturday in the Red Dolphin
._. .. Room of Tonv's Fish Market, 1000
; into a full lyric or dramatic so- -n,. 0. ,. .. ,. r, inn
<9th St. Cswy., North Bay Village.
prano. She is hoping for another Music will be provided by the Re-
Opera Guild scholarship, and later Igency Royals orchestra.
One of four FAU students at-
tending on Opera Guild scholar-
ships, Anne will bo appearing in
the FAU opera production of "The
Creation," by Joseph Haydn in late
December, and in "Madame But-
terfly," by Giacomo Puccini, which
is scheduled for Jan. 22-24 per-
formances at the university.
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vJenisf fkridic%n
Friday, November 2]
1969
Theodore Bikel Stars In
Ghanukah Festival For Israel
Consul General Is Luncheon Speaker
Theodore Bikel, versatile actor,
folksiniror. guitarjft and raconteur,
will top the list of stai-s from the
entertainment world at the annual
Chanukah Festival for Israel in
tin' Miami Beach Convention Hall
Sunday evening, Dec. 7.
The Chanukah Festival, which
is sponsored by Bonds for Israel,
will have a two-fold theme, mark-
ing the Stat- of Israel's -1st anni-
versary as well as the triumph
2.000 yean ago ol Judah Macca-
bee, who rallied the people of Is-
rael ami led them against the
forces ol tyranny in that day.
In addition to Mr. Bikel, the
Mora Festival Dancers, the Con-
cert Choir and the Scottish Color
Guard will appear at the Chanu-
kah Festival, whieh will be hi
lighted by the presentation of "The
Saga of Israei." a colt ant
with narration by Arnold Warren
ai I Ken Taylor with choreogra-
ph} bj Peter Gtedke. Miami Beach
Symphony Orchestra conductor
Barnett Breeskin, who will direct
the :, h. stra, la pro lu r il the
isical
. tant.
Mr. Bikel, who has a<
an ai tor and
.- ger was educab d in Is
levei iges
: i:> ides S
es and he is preparing a
- for t he
ih Festival. Mr
ranee in the I'nited
States was in Herman Shulmin's
1954 Broadway production To-
night in San arkan a character-
tied the adj ctivi
"brilliant" in the critics' reviews
}lis performance in "The Rope
I him critical
acclaim. He has played a variety
ol : >les on television starring in
virt
lies <>:: th n< tu irks and
icters varj
What's
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TIIKODOKK BIKEL
25 to 8 nd depict
characters from a Chinese crook
in of an American uni-
\ i rsity.
sides his si set n and
ul t-isioi assig.....- Mr. Bikel
sets aside t
for a nati
him to more than 40 cities. Hi
also appears at i musi
festivals and is on the Newport
Folk Music Festival's board of di-
r.tiers His id Klektra Records
hujsj* llave Bs*" consistent
1* si sellt is and his "Folksongs and
Footnotes." published by Merldan
Hooks in 1960, went into several
printings.
Greater Miamians who have pur-
chased Israel Bonds during 1969
are eligible for complimentary
tiekets to the Chanukah Festival
concert. Further information is
available at the Israel Bond
at 420 Lincoln Head Mall. Miami
B< ach.
Gold Appointed Director
Of Southern Membership
The national executive commu-
te* ol tin Workmi n's Circle has
appointed Murray Gold ol Miami
i as director ol meml
for its Southern Region, which
1. vers i all the si l< S ttl
of the Mason-Dixon Lii
six chapti is with n '"
; ..... Miami
i alone.
Mr. Gold, who came to Miami
ji 'is ago 1 tersoi
N .' '< ictivi l>
'.. councils foi
than 26 }
1966-68
The first annual Youth Aliyah
on will
h- Miami Chapte, ol Hadassah
in the Doral Beach Hotel Monday.
:,. i ii has
fashion show sponsored bj Saks
Fifth Avenue wi..... presented fol-
lowing the lui i
si sp. ik (oi I <"
will b. Israel's Consul Genet
m United SI
Moshe Gilboa H. will be accom-
i bj Ins wife who will pre-
smt a charm to each woman ol
the Miami Chapti r who has be-
come an "Ima" oi i w has con-
tributed a minimum ol 5600 for
ar, of a child in Israel. i Mr
Gilboa, a vi t( ran ol two Israeli-
Arab wars who has served as a
n ah, Joined
the Israeli civil scivio in 1959,
h, a,iii ihi rfici "i Abbo Eban
Before taking hia pn tent
he s. rved tw o years in
Embassy
,
Since 1938 Had
the principal agi ncy in i
States supporting Youtl
[ai r i Today it contrib
than 4(i'. of the annual
maintenance education i
i i ojects. Founded h,
Szold in 1912, Hai
ed to resettli and
more than 135,000 Jewis
lioni 80 nations, ti
them into well-ad jus ti il
live citizens through ii
iincl< rstanding.
'
been
mtetl
.
Henrletu,
..
habilitate
-i'lrming
Mis Maxwell W< ish is;,i,,j.
I. ;,t of Miami Chapti r; Youth
Aliyah cochairmen arc Mq ].,..
nard Mandler and
Miehac Ison.
Allan
OKI' Chapter M
Dr. idler Medical
Director it Variety A paid-up membi
Dr Richard C Adlcr, who has was held Wednesday bj I
iati director of Children Dade Chapter. Women".
\ ith Project No 636, has ORT, in the Hobday [i
medical dircctoi
\ Iren's Hospital
A gradu it of \ an lerbill l*i i-
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Friday. November 21, 1969
*Jmlsti fkiriidtiiiiri
Page 5-C
'1970 Problems, Priorities, Perspectives' &fiy2S&*%
AJCongress Women's Luncheon Theme ^fawNrM^t:-
Theme of the annual member-
ship luncheon to be held by the
Florida Women's Division, Ameri-
can Jewish Congrats Tuesday at
i (inn in the Pla/.a Hotel, 54-15 Col-
SYLVAN MEYER
1ms Ac .. Miami Beach, will lie
Problems, Priorities and Perspec-
; i for the 1970V
The iincheon speaker, Miami
Nows i litor Sylvan Meyer, will
hi :io American Jewish Con-
gress' annual Community Service
Award for Communications Media
on be-half of his newspaper. Mr.
Meyer is a director of the Ameri-
can Society ol Newspaper Editors.
ami a member of the Pulitzer
Prizi Advisor} Board, National
Committee, American Civil Liber-
Union, tin- American Council
Education in Journalism and
editorial board of Nieman Re-
! orts. A native of Atlanta, Ga., Mr.
Meyer graduated from tin Univer-
sity of North Carolina and held a
man Fellowship at Harvard
I niversity.
Special greetings will l>o given
by Mrs. Irving 15. Kaplan, AJC
itional vice president and presi-
l nt of Florida Women's Division.
a d h.v Rabbi Leon Kronish, who
Prune Cheese Pie Is
Winner of 1st Prize
Warn to serve a prize-winning
1 in. hi i >i i'm' for dessert to-
hi It's not a bil difficult lo
iki nd Is si di li ctable n was
loeted as ihe first-prize winner
i judj i s at i pi une festival.
('oloi ful in look at, the black,
in> fruit gleams against the
"\ backgi ound ol the cheese
in" Spoon the lighl brown
une glaze over the pie and you
ve a ecorative, inviting desserl
ihat is jusi marvelous for com-
my. Cat a slue and you will see
i its of meaty prunes peeking out
the delicious cheese filling.
California pitted prune, or. if
v hi prefer, unpltted prunes, may
I purchased at your favorite
i arket They are so easy to pre-
pare that you will want to use
them with meat, poultry, in salads.
or you can eat them like candy
. i alghl from the box,
4 (30Z.)pkgS. cream cheese
J large eggs
' cup sugar
'* teas|ioon almond extract
is plumped pitted prunes
I pre-bako, 9-inch pie shell
Beat the four packages of
< iicese, eggs, sugar and flavoring
together until smooth and fluffy.
Snip 10 prunes into quarters and
place ir bottom of pie shell, saving
the liquid in which the prunes
were plumped Pour cheese mix-
lure into shell; bake 20 minutes at
"75 K. Remove from oven and al-
ii w to cool. Cut remaining prunes !
ii halvi S, arrange deeoratively on ,
lop of pie; refrigerate.
(ilase:
Simir. r '* Cup of the liquid in
which the prunes were plumped
with '4 CUp sugar. Cool slightly.
Just before serving, spoon glaze
over pit Oiling.
is a naiional vice president of the
organization and president of its
Soul!) Florida Council. Social
awards for membership achieve-
ment will be presented by Mrs.
Maurice Cahn, membership vice
president of the Florida Women's
Division, and Mrs. Irving A. Kush-
man will receive a national mem-
bership award a silver copy of
the Syzk "Haggadah."
Luncheon committee members
and thi ir chapters included Mrs.
Robert Goodman and Mrs. J. Jerry
Zeltzer, Aviv; Mrs. Harry York
and Mrs. Ida Gerson. Herzl; Mrs.
Samuel Cantor and Mrs. Samuel
Ivler. Jade Winds; Mrs. Samui
Drecksler, Mrs. Julius Harnick
and Mrs. C< lia Yuloff. Justine;
Mrs. Joshua Susnoff and Mrs.
Samuel Lewis, Mar-Len; Mrs.
Samuel Rosenstein and Mrs. Isaac
Weinberger. Miami-Coral Gables;
Mrs. Nal Bronheim and Mis. Sid-
ney Finberg, Point Fast; Mrs. Jo-
seph White and Mrs. Louis Cohen.
Louise Wise, and Mrs. Jack Slatkin
and Mis. Ann K. Solomon. Hollv-
Dale.
Mrs Adalaide Frock, who has been a resi-
dent of the Hebrew Home for the aged for
the past two years, joins friends fcr her 93rd
Birthday at the Home. With her are Ethel
Ostrcff, Gertrude Rackoff, Sidney Siegel,
Sarah Levin, Sarah Keiser, Ida Kostoff.
Murray Kostoff. Maurice Collegman and
Frieda Steinberg.
Club
Thanksgiving
Golden
Sets
Dinner Sunday
The annual Thanksgiving Din-
ner and program of the Golden
Age Friendship Club will be held
Suncl.iv in 111" grand ballroom of
Mie Y/M-YWHA ni Greater Miami,
8500 SVV 8th SI The club mem-
i>' ; s will use "Thankfulness for
Golden Years" as their program
theme, and outline the many bene-
fits a senior cil i/< n i njoys in
Ami ma. Sam Si itlin, president of
the Y.' will be the guesl speaker.
Miami disc jockey Al I.iebert
will emcee an evening of fun and
frolic for the Social Singles group
1 in the Golden Key Room ol the 'V
al 8:30 p.m. Monday.
*
Arnold Feiner, supervisor of the
Group Services Department of the
'V', has inaugurated a parent-teen
dialogue series, the aim ol which
is to bridge the critical communi-
cations gap existing between the
parents and teenagers, A sampling
of topics to be discussed during the
scries, which begins at s p.m. on
Tuesday, includes: "College as an
Institution Maker or Breaker of
This Generation?" 'The Draft and
Si Icetive Conscientious Objection,"
Drugs the Generation ol the Fu-
ture?" Jewishm ss I in Being A
Jwish Youth in Contemporary
Ami ric.-i......I'he New Morality
An Expression ol Man's Height-
i : i d Fret dom or the Prelude to
His Decline?"
*
A special Thanksgiving holiday
outing has been planned for the
i lemi ntary school age children of
the "Y" Friday, Nov. 28. The
youngsters will meet at 1 p.m. at
the 'Y' for a trip to the North
Miami Playhouse, where they will
see a stage production of "Rip Van
Winkle." Reservations, which
must lx' in by Friday, may be
made by calling June Fried or
llarre. n Hertisch at the 'Y.'
Offensive Mail Can
Postmaster K. M. Dunlap has
relayed an announcement made by
Postmaster General Winton M.
Mount explaining the procedures
recipients ol offensive material
sent through the mails should take
in curb the flow of pornographic
or obscene mail into their homes,
Under the provisions ol the Pan-
dering Advi rtisements Law. which
in came effective In April. 1968,
the postal patron makes a formal
complaint in the Post Office De-
Be Ikiltcri
partment, and the Department
nds a "Prohibitory Order" to the
mailer, directing him to remove
the complaining patron's name
from all his mailing lists immedi-
ately.
If the mailer fails respect the
irder, tin governmenl may take
furthi r a.-lion against him P I
explaining the law have been sent
t nearly 40,000 postal installa-
tions bj the i >' i art men I for public
lisplav.
Temple Holds Market Day
An outdoor pre-holiday Market
Daj will be sponsored by the Sis-
terhood of Temple Sinai of North
on the grounds of the temple,
18801 NE 22nd Aw., North Miami
I ch, beginning at 9:30 a.m. Sun-
day. Boutique booths, garden decor
articles, jewelry and items for
!!; young will be among the 11 n -.
Iis] la; ed for sad Sybil Brody is
ways and means chairman; Sister-
hood president is Mrs. M. Tobacl
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A rummage sale will be con-
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Washington Federal Auditorium.
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Friday, Norember 21,
Top Performers In Beth Sholom Series G,ea80n, PicJre
Four of the top personalities in
the fields of music and entertain-
ment have been signed for appear-
ances in the second annual Culture
and Fine Arts series to be pre-
s< nted this season by Temple Beth
Sholom in Miami Beach, program
chairman Mrs. David Drucker has
announced.
The 8:30 p.m. concerts will be
held in the auditorium of the
temple, which is located at 4144
Chase Ave. Metropolitan Opera
stais Evelyn Lear, an operatic
soprano, and her husband. Thomas
Stewart, baritone, are scheduled
to open the series on Saturday.
Dec. 21.
Although born and educated in
this country, the husband-and-wife
ii am achieved success in Europe,
where they were on Fulbrlght
scholarships before being sum-
moned to appear in major roles at
th< Met. Mr. Stewart now has
son-' 50 operatic roles to his credit
and his wife is considered one of
th< outstanding operatic sopranos
of our time.
Theodore Bikel, world-famous
folksinger and entertainer, is to
appear in the second concert of the
series, Saturday evening. Feb. 7.
Mr. Bikel. who sings in 21 lan-
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The third concert cf the scries.
scheduled for Saturday, March 7.
will feature Misha Dichter. the
young pianist whose performance
won the Third International Tchai-
kovsky Piano Competition in 19t>t>.
Cochairmen of the series are
Beth Sholom's president. Jack M.
Fink, and James S. Knopke. Mrs.
Meyer Kotler, Jack Gordon. Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Courshon. Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Courshon and Martin
Stciner are serving as associate
chairmen.
Tickets for the series or Individ-
ual performances are available at
the temple office. Allegro Music-
House in Coral Gables, and the
Miami Beach Radio Co.
Begins Local Run
Television star Jackie Gleason
is tack in the movies. He is co-
starring with Estelle Parsons in
Don't Drink The Water," the
story of a caterer from New Jer-
sey who takes his wife and daugh-
ter on a tour of Europe, only to
wind up behind the Iron Curtain.
Based on Woody Allen's Broadway
production, the movie is currently
being shown at Wometco's Miami.
Miracle L63rd Street. Carlyle.
Hallandale, Plaza. Davie Blvd.
Drive-In and Boca Raton Theatres
Opening Friday at the N
Dado Drive-In is the screen adap-
tation of the Broadway n si
-Sweet Charity." starring Shirley
MacLaine, Sammy Davis, Jr. and
Ricardo Montalban.
"Camille 2000" is continuing its
run at the Mayfair, Suns* I and
Normandy; the double feature at
the Palm Springs is "Batl
Britain" and 'Yours, Mine and
Ours." "Popi" and "If It's Tues-
day, It Must Be Belgium."' are at
Wometco's Twin l in Dadeland. In
the Dadeland Twin 2, "Dr. Zhi-
vago is the holdover; "Whatever
Happened to Aunt Alice"" is at
the Coral Way Drive-In. and the
double features at 27th A vet
anil North Andrews Drive-Ins is
"The Battle of Britain" and "Su|
port Your Local Sheriff."
i
Show Planned For Children
A magic and puppet show toi-
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Lodge, B'i ..i B'rith at 11 M a
Friday, Nov. 28. in the Brownsi
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Friends To Mark 88th Birthday Of Spinoza Lecturer
Hundreds of friends are expect-
ughter reign.xi supreme, but music changed to merengue.
IgUK'
noeJ((jia and sentiment ran a
close second at trie Standard
Club's fifth animal gala held at
the Doral Beach Hotel. The mas-
terful blending of all ingredients
tu make a ptrftct evening left
one wondering what the club
will do for an encore in 1970.
"My. you look wonderful." and
"It's gnat to see you," were
phrases heard often during the
beginning of the evening, which
start' (i off with cocktails in the
toiramar Room, lhe gourmet
dinner with appropriate drinks
followed in the Mediterranean
Room, and years melted away
as Fred Shannon Smith's 15-
I i ce band played music in the
Gler.n Miller tradition. Dreamy-
eyed beaus ar.d their j^iiis of
two decades ago relived their
courting days days when Glenn
Mill' r was fHE band. The great
a:i i neiii-grcat in Dade County
commerce and industry did jus-
tice to the gracious waltzes that
followed George Geshwin's all-
time favorite, Rhapsody in Blue.
At one lively table, the Ben
MetiHhe.VH, Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Gordon and Mr. ar.d Mrs. Robert
Haverfieid were keeping every-
one in stitches with their quick
wit and repartee. Also present
\.irc Mr. and Mr*. Bob Koppel,
Mr. and Mrs. David Stuzin. the
Nell SehirtB, Mr. and Mrs. Boh
TrauiiR. Mr. and Mrs. George
Tnllanoff. Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Grant and Maurice Gasman,
EligU le bachelor Arnold Au-
gust's date was his gracious and
charming mother, Leona. The
Kill < orwins. Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Sturm s. and Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Wolff wen "sh wed how" by
the Nathan Roods when the
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But the high point of the eve-
ning was being introduced by a
proud husband to the club's
founder. Sam Blank, and his
wife, and the 1969 president.
Charles McKee, ar.d Mrs. McKee
in the receiving line.
Mount Sinai's Annual
Report Earns Award
I'ne Florida Hospital Association
'.ias honored Mount Sinai Hospital
or the exci II* nee of its annual re-
ioit. u'.iii h had tx i n compiled and
dited by Mrs. Sylvia Papier, di-
rector of public relations for the
institution. Mrs, Papier was pre-
sented with the organization's 1969
Publications Award last week,
The 36-page bo iklel summariz-
ing the work done by the 640-bed
institution during 19 :ng atnntion on its current plans
for expansion of its facilities to
make it the most complete medical
center in the South, was distiib-
ut. d this fall.
ed to help Dr. Abraham Wolfson.
who has been called "The Sage of
Miami Beach." celebrate his 88th
birthday at the Di Lido Hotel
Rahbi Carlebach Sings
At Hiilel Foundation
Hillel Foundation is sponsoring
a program in its auditorium on the
Univ< rsity of Miami campus at
8 p.m. Monday with Rabbi Shlomo
Carlebach, folksinger and guitarist,
as guest artist.
Best known for songs and rec-
ords combining elements of Bifcli-
! cal verse, modem Israeli folk mu-
sic, Chassidic teachings, Negro
spirituals and American rock, the
j rabbi has appeared in cities all
tver the United States and made
tours of Europe, Israel. South
I America and Australia.
Card Party Wednesday
A regular meeting and card
art will be h< Id by the Women's
Division of the Hebrew Home for
'he Aged of Miami Beach at 12:30
).m. Wednesday at the Home. 320
"o'lins Ave.. Miami Beach.
B'nai B'rith
luncheon meeting of
Lodge 1591 Tuesday.
Dr. Wolfson, who has not missed
a weekly meeting of the club in
14 years, summarizes important
Jewish world events in news form
at each of them, giving particular
emphasis to the State of Israel. He
will speak en his favorite topic.
"How to Live Happily for 100
Ycais." or, this occation.
The founder of Miami Beach's
oldest cultural activity, the Spinoza
Forum for Adult Education, in
1935, Dr. Wolfson. delivers lec-
tures on philosonhy and the art
of living happily at its Thursday
morning meetings. He is the au-
thor of "Spinoza. A Life of Rea-
son." "How to Live 100 Years
Happily." "The Wisdom of Spi-
noza," and many magazine and
newspaper articles.
Born in a small town in Lithu-
ania in 1881. Dr. Wolfson. ,jvho
studied for si\ > ars In the Yeshiva
under the Talmudic scholar. R
Chaim Soloveichik, came to the
United States in 1902. He prac-
ticed di ntistry for 35 years after
graduation from New York Unl-
'rsity.
Variety Chlb Selects 1970 Board
The Variety Club of Greater Gurevitz anil
Miami, Tent 33. which supports
Variety Childn n's Hospital ballot-
Mi recently to lect the 1970 mem-
bers if its board of directors.
Members
Mr. Fichtman to
act as his assistants, Mr, Melniker
as treasurer, and Mr. Spradley as
s, en tary.
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Friday, November 21. 1969
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
The Generation Gap
Question
Box
:\lll!l SIMEON KOBRINKTZ
I.-Miami Hillel Foundation
A .new phraso has beef) coined
iriRg tlic last few years: 'The
Generation^Uap." \\Tlirh ohviousTV
an expression describing the
i tuation in our society a chasm
tvtween father and son. a gulf
tween the grandson and grand-
her.
Is this paradox new to the
f ciety hi' men? I believe not.
There is no axiom, writti
written, thai the younger gen-
ation must serve the older. As
matter ol fact, Scripture In-
i airs. "And tho elder shall s, rve
i \c younger." Namely the cause
Jacob \\ as supei ior to thai of
. s brot her, Esau.
This, in effect, is what some of
i .ir young i" opli are saying today.
i >s ilv cause thai counts, not
' le traditions of the past. Never-
i .ili ss. il is vital foi every human
ing io champion his Indepen-
nce anil to fight for his cause
: .Ji a's.
Jacob, in his conflict with his
1 .in brother, Esau, prevailed be-
ise he genuinely ami earnestly
anted the birthright. He saw
lasting value in the life anil ex-
ample of his grandfather, and de-
sired the spiritual inheritance of
Abraham.
a, TQday, il we want to diminish
'hi' gulf that exists between on1'
generation and another, we should
offer our young people a birth-
right thai has relevancy, value
and meaning in our present-day
society.
It is not the preservation of
beautiful traditions that is so ea-
st ntial, but rather the perpetua-
tion of those ideals that give moral
and spiritual dimensions to our
community.
II tin stati mints of our Torah
are to provide direction to our
livi s. give purpose to our existence
and joy to our living, then indeed
we must establish new priorities
for our society and new goals for
our fi How man
Tin- younger generations value
the birthright we have bequeathed
to them the birthright of justice,
the birthright of hope, and the
birthright of peace,
This, indeed, is the generation
of man.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What is Hie Shulehan \ruiir.'
The .Shulehan Aruch is the name
of the code of Jewish law written
by Rabbi Joseph Kara in the six-
teenth century. It is to this daj
the basic code upon which many
MIAMI
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr. 1
ANSHE EMES 233 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol PakowiU. 2 .
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
dall Dr., S. Miami. Belorm. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. ____ 3
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
commentaries have been ivritten, Friday p.m and b i i>.m isv
including the famous gloss of Rabbi ^-^..A'.Z ^S, *'.
Moses Isserles. Actually, the (iuesl Speaker: Dr Geoffrej \\ik'"I-
shulehan .Much Is a digesl sum- ;.;,, ><"" '.;;,, mary ol a larger work written by ,-.
Rabbi Karo and called Beth Jo- BETH EL ^s^-^ Ave. Ortho-
Seph. The larger work was e\'i- dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. 5
dentlv written for scholars while i'"'i-;> ?:" >"" snturdaj a.m
the short version was written lor ------.------
laymen. The name of the work beth kodesh 1101 sw ih Ave
, Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
indicates this because th CXpres- Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dir.kson. 6
Shulehan Aruch" means a Hrldaj r. p.m Sermoi -i 1,. Ke>
....,..._,. ,. Tn l,ut\ Followed h) Ones: Shal
prepared ruble. This indicates |>n| s.llul.,,.,v ,. .-..,,,.. v
that the laws were presented in l-ona Journey." 4:.1 p.m The Por-
liuli of l.;i\ ." pin S,miii.ii "U
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrdeld
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
MENORAH (TEMPLE). S20 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. ;g
ptwasViA*-* isv p i*^i i ui"ii: v ..,,,
li.M-.'iit Bat Mttsvah Pau
daughter of Mr and Mr* p|
Kasdln. Balurda) > tt.m Bar Mil
vah: Crala*, aon of :.;i and
Arthur Solomon,
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NfcR TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St and
Tatum Waterway, Conservatv;
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor E3
ward Klein. 29
r*i nl i- R:I3 |i m Si mo 1 Thi
Minority In Rtuwia." Saturdaj 1
.1 in
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OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phtneas Weber!
man. 35
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 4]
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542.
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. E
Hillel. 32
such a form that they could be
easily understood and digested
similar to food which has already
in mi cooked and prepared enough
to make it palatable.
What is the Amidah?
An
\\
ISiiInc'
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 643S SW
8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon
Aoril. Cantor Seymour Hmkes 8
Prtda) I.' 11 111 Cluexl Speaker; Mr
.ln-.|ili K'.iul'in.oi Suti 'I'll.
Temple nn
CIneK Sh.iUli.it.
ISRAEL (TEMPLt) Of- GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
P in S. riii"i: Maurice
ml Hid 1'ritn -
Thanksgiving Eve Belli David Service
A special Thanxsgiving Evening
,-ici in which three traditions
lie incorporated into an hour
. worship and thanksgiving, will
held at s p.m. Wednesday in
impli Beth David, 2625 sw 3rd
ii.. uiuli r Ihe sponsorship of the
umenical Fellowship of South-
si Miami.
Jewish participants will he Beth
David's Rabbi Sol Landau, Rabbi
rraj AJstet and Cantor William
Lipson, who will sin in Hebrew.
Representing the Roman Catho-
parish of Sis Peter and Paul
. ill in' Father Tom Barry, Father
Neil McGrath and Father Ernesto
Garcia-Rubio, who will direct the
Spanish Youth Mass Choir.
Anglican-Protestanl leaders will
.hide Canon Theodore Gibson of
hrisl Episcopal; Father Roberl
ill of Holy Comforter Episcopal;
] aul Anderson, pastor of Imman-
l Lutheran and Rev. Lloyd Knox
Tamiami United Methodist.
National hymns of thanksgiving
ow ii to all Ami ricans ol every
lith will be Slice, bj the United
1 at ions, and special music
.11 !" :n m i Ii 1 b; the youth choir
the Wesley United Methodist
lei!.
Following the service a recep-
tion for all will he hosted by Beth
David Congregation.
Physicians Present
Scientific Papers
Among the physicians and re-
-. archers presenting scientific pa-
pi rs at the American Heart Asso-
ciation's Dallas Scientific Sessions
1 last week, which were attended by
some 7.000 physicians, were 13
medical men from Ihe Miami area
Two research ii ams from Jack-
son Memorial Hospital and two
from Mount Sinai Hospital ad-
dressed the gathering- They were
Louis I.ember. Augustin Castel-
lanos, Azcuena G. Arcebal, Kazi
Mobin-Uddin, Hooshang Bolooki
and James R. Jude. from Jackson
Memorial, and from Mount Sinai,
Benjamin J. Scherlag, Jose Abcl-
Icira, Philip Samet, Onkar S. Na-
nila and John W. Lister.
Two other Miamians who par-
ticipated were Dr. Eugene Nate].
who was on the panel discussing
"The Nature of Sudden Death."
and Dr. Milton S. Saslaw. acting
director of Dade County's Health
Health Department, whose panel
discussed a "Nationwide Cerehro-
vascula Disease Morbidity Studv."
The Amidah is the name given
to the basic body of prayer which
.- composed of the well-known IS Ef^JJ "A1"'
benedictions the collective nan -
edictions (Shmoneh Esrehi. Israelite center. 3175 sw 25th
. ., St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L,
The reason I T giving these bene- Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
dictions the collective name of MMyoNAmKl-^TAQOQumt 3737
Amidah K.e. Standing! Is DC- Bird RO. Modern Traditional 12
cause the worshipper tan iuired qr qlom (t. ^ gw ^
tO Si I'd it attention while reClt St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Clix.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 10:j
NE. Miami Gardens Drive. Con.
servative Rabbi Milton Schlinsky
Cantor Tibor Moies 33
CAKDLEUGHTING TIME
11 KISLEV 5:10
Ing his prayers, although he may
ian. Cantor Benjamin Btn Ari 13
sit down during some other parts ^'"k-t^ m^nnr'Num.':
f M
f the liturgy.
What is tin
Mi -
.. .-. i. .
Kerubuh?
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. u
The Ketubah is the name given ------------
to the contract signed by wime.se- TrahTrvr.'AS?.r..hTBConPirV.t.tS
attesting to the fact that the Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
husband assumed certain obilga- rvan^oy.'^urd.]""^ a8rkl'' '"'
tions towards his wife for which -------------
. ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd.
his estate may be used in payment. conservative. Rabbi Alfred wax-
The basic idea was to provide the man- NORTH MIAMI "
wife with some means of security beth moshe congregation.
,, i-i 13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative,
in case the marriage was dlSSOlV- Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel Cintor
ed either bv the death Of the bus- i.Ben Zion Ki"chenbaom.
Krlnay ramllj Service .' i- p m Pel
Ixatiri oi- by divorce. This was a nun "Whal l> v..ur riirthriRhl?"
. Bar Mttzvah: Alan, mi "f Mi ami
mandatory requirement set down Mr* Samuel iii>*eni>ii>oni
BETH TORAH. NE 164tn St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
chitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservat;ve Rabbi Charles Rubel
Cantor JacK Lerner. 3fl
u \ < : i in i ..!,., v.ii ion s.ii
l..uh. f..r ii i.f Alef <' i I
Ion ol Ii) in. u Slmlilm Batui ilu
,i in r'olloM li> ii Kiililu-li .lu
i 11 ':i l" ii in ,\i p in
--------
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE.
18801 NE. 22nd Avenue Reform
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingaley. 37
l-'i :i|.i\ |, m s. i mnn The R<
IlKlnu* yuesl nf .i lllnhop' r'olloweil
liy Onrg Shablmi 8aturda> 10 jn a.m
Itar Mitzviih: Jeffrey, win < Mi iind
. .Mrs Martin Wartman
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. 38
Prlfla) 5 i> in s.iini'ila \ < ., m s'. r
men "The Agonj of Parent* Mliicha
' p.m.
by Jewish law. it is usually v:-. aloud between tho two parts of AGUDATH ISRAEl.r801 Carlyle Ave
the marriage ceremony undernealh Or,hodox- Rabbl ;"' E""
the Canopy. The word, Ketubah." "rI^'^^V^40"1 St Orthodoxg
sim.pl) means "written," the iti-
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T Swir.
ky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
Friday v. r. i m Sern i
l:'"i.....Kihllil y anil tin
Klectloll*."
*IUU.IX':
i" .iw SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
ferenee being that the obligation
was as binding as a written con-
tract.
Rabbi Speaks At UM
Steven B. Jacobs, assistanl rabbi
ol Temple Israel of Greater Miami.
spoke at the University of Miami
Tuesday on the subject "Will the
Liberal 'Gel If After the War?"
His lecture was the third in a CUB,AN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox
series sponsored by Hillel Founda- Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig. 23
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLEi. 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. R.ibbi Lon
Kronish. Assistant Rabbi Jerrold
Levy. Cantor David Conviser. 21
BETH TFILAH 030" Euclid Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 22
Vayetze
tion.
.I..coh's dr<
"And he dreamed, and behold a ladder set up on the earth.
and the lop of it reached to heaven: and behold the angels of
Cod ascending and descending on it" (Gen. 28.12).
VAYETZE On his way to Haran. Jacob lay down to rest
at a place where God appeared to him in a dream, promising to
lie with him and to give the land to him and his seed after him.
Rising the next morning, Jacob lifted the stone on which he slept,
and set it up as a pillar. He called the place Beth-ol. moaning
"house of God," mn\ vowed to serve Clod there when he returned
to his father's house. The Lord would he his God.
In Haran Jacob worked twenty years as a shepherd for
l.ali.m seven years for his first wife. Leah, seven years for his
second wife, Rachnel, and six yean for his sheep. His wives
gave him their maid servants Bilhah and Zllpah as wives. Jacob's
lour wives bore him 11 sons: Reuben, Simeon. Levi, Judah. Dan.
Naphtaii, Gad, Asher, Issachar, Zebulun, and Joseph: he also had
one daughter namer Dinah. At Gods direction, Jacob returned
home to his lather's house. On the way he met the angels of Cod
This recounting of the Weekvy Pertlcn of th* Law ii xtracttd
and based upon "The Graphic History of th* Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P Wollman-Tsamir. $15. Publisher is Shengold, and th*
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
of th* society distributing th* volume Is Joseph Schlang.
This pagf is prepared in
cooperation uit'th fhe Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association.
Coordinator of the features
appearing here it
DR. MAX LIPSCHITZ
.Spiritual Leader of
Brth Torah Conor rgation
op North Miami Beach
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
inoton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Friday 8:30 p.m. fluent Itnlilil Sulnmrni
Schiff Topic: "The Itnlilil iiml
Lommanfty." r>r. Lehrmnn will nf.
nelate Saturday .-, The Wet-klv
Portion of the Dlble Ita. Mltxvah
Debra Karla. daughter ,., Mr .,,,,1
Mrs, Irving Urt.i
HDr>RnVYhAHC*IM^ 2400 P'"eree
r.? thodOK- Rabbi Alexander S.
JAvuBAeL COHEN COMMUNITY
r\T,NhAHCGUf LJ532Wa,h,nB,on A^
VOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodo
Rabbi Naftali Porush. S
l"riil:i\ ". '". p.m Katurdaj m Sei
in.in- p..nt Try Too Hard Mm. I
5:13 p in
CORAL *GAbTE$
JUDEA (TEMPLE), 5500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
Per. 40
Friday v p m Worship Servlei
and I u Salibatli Satui
Bat Su. \
l Ml Shli Ii I ii iii:l.,--
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zaniora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berg--
Cantor Richard Browdy. J'
''rid ..... \
1 ui : ...
ii.m Sen
i" .i in
FT. LAUDERDAIE
BFTH ISRAEL 'TEMPLE). 847 E.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldor
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Friday p m Sermon: Ten fSati
" nven Kollnwi d hj i Ini l Shaldiai
Salurdaj Si ., m Si rtnon "Mai U i
> iir Pate, i 'aptain of Vour Si ul
par Mitcvi h D i id, aon of Mr
.Mrs Benjamin Abel Followed bj
Klddunh
EMANU-EL. ISO^sTAndrewe Avs.
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton
Cantor Jerome Klement. 41
HAluVoAli
HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 NE. Fi-;t 44
i.imn.
m,u.
mica
Orthodox. Rabbi Tlbor'rT stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. & ^
'WB ...
television Programs
. ..,.... .
: in, ;i;..::.;!..:' .

Xv. 23 a, ,o 0:::a,,, Thc.1t,vish Wo,,.,,,, Ho,,,.
Host: Dr. Til.or Stern, Rabbi
Jacob C Cohen Community Synagogue
Miami Be ich, Kla
Nov. 28 c-h. 7 10 a.m. T)w Still Small Voice
HOSt. Rabbi Solomon Schiff
Dii. ctor of Chaplaincy
Topjc: Thanksgiving
Guests: Rabbi Avrom Drazin,
Israelite Center, Miami. Ha
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz,
Temple Ner Tamid, Miami Beach
iU.l_.Ui.,.
H0UYW00D
8oTH EL Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 4
s '" p in Sermon: -How Bad
l Our Family l.lf,.-- Saturday II
i "' Bar Mltsvah: Murk, sun of Mi
inii Mrs Thoman Reach.
BE.TH SHAl6m"*7tEMPLE). 172*
Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbl
Gold0" M-,,v,ky- Cantor Irvino
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
MIKAMAR
'SR.AEL st Conservative, Rabbi Elliot J.
Winograd. Cantor Abraham Koater.
4
P0MFANO BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLeTTi32SE 11th Av*.
Conservative. Rabbi Morri* A. SKop.
cantor Michael Frederick 4t
SURFsToi
MSS^N. DAVID CONGREGATION.
iPr. "ard,n0 Ave., Surfside. Town
"all Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine.
10


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*Jewisti fkridiar
Friday. November 21, 1969
LEGAL NO! ICE
LEGAl NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRKHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of RONALD TBICHXBR. MI' at
1.....1 S.W. KOth St., S. Miami, Ha.
33143 intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
RONALD TBICHNER. M.D.. PA.
SPAKHER AXD ROSKIX PA.
Attorneys for Applicant
100 Biscay ne Blvd.,
Miami. Fla. 33,3,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85533
In RB: Estate of
m'EHKX E HEPBURN, a k a
RUEBEN HEPBURN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed i" present any claims and demands
which \u may have against the e-
i t. i i nn-:i!KX K. HEFHCRN de-
, ;,s. .1 late of Pad.- County, Florida.
th< County Judges of Dade County,
nd I le the same In duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Bl itutea, In their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 6th
das of November, A D. 1989
MIRIAM HEPBURN
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 14th day of November. 1969,
LOUIS FAI.K
Attorney for Administratrix
l'H'3 Scvbold Bldg., Miami. Fla.
11/14-21-28, 12 8
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-18535
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DONALD KLEIN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
NATCGL1A KLEIN.
Defendant.
TO: NATUOLIA KLEIN
Residence unknown
Tou. NATUOLIA KLEIN, are here- I
by notified that a Bill Of Complaint I
tor Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy ;
of your Answer or Pleading to the i
Rill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney, SAMUEL E. SMITH. 1512
Capital Bank Bldg, Miami. Florida
33132 and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
15th day of December, 1V69. If you
fail to do so. Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH F1-OR1D1AN
HONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida .this 6th day of November
AD. 1969.
E. B. LEATHBRMAX. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: C. P. COPEI Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
VON ZAMFT & SMITH
1612 Capital Bank Bldg.
Miami. Florida 33132
Attorneys for Plaintiff
11/11-21-28, 12/8
NOTICE UNSCR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underisgned desiring to engage
I'n business under the fictitious name
of HAVANA MADRID RESTAU-
RANT at 4100 East 8th Avenue,
Hialeah. Florida intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Daile County. Florida.
I.E-MEZ. INC.,
a Florida corporation
LEWIS F. COHEN. ESQ.
Attorney for I.E-MEZ. INC.
SKO N B 17th Terrace.
Miami, Florida
10 31 11/7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85210
IN RE: Estate of
CECIL BOW EN, SR
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
ERtate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of CECIL BOWEN, SR. deceased
late of Dade County, and file the
same in duplicate and as provided In
Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in
their offices in the County Courhouse
in Dade County. Floridn, within six
calendar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
Will be barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 6th day
of November, ad. 1969.
BESSIE BOWEN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
th. 14th day of November, 1969,
K. PAIL BEATTY
Attorney (or Executrix
1003 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla.
11/14-21-28, 12 T,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice 18 HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
Of I1RITE ELECTRIC at 1300 N.W.
179th Terrace. Miami. Florida intends
to register said names with the Clerk
Of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JC-MY-DA CORPORATION
By: SIDNEY F SCHREIDELL,
President
KTUT WELLISCH
Attorney for
JC-MY-DA CORPORATION
444-8492
10/31 11 7-14-21
INTHE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84888
FRANK B. DOWLING
In RE: Estate of
HARRY LEIBOWITZ
Dei eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and
demands which you may have against
the estate of HARRY LEIBoWITZ
deceased late of Nassau County, New
York to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In duplicate
and as provided ill Section 733,16,
F1.thI.-i Statutes, Ir. their offices in
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 29th
day of October. AD. 1969.
JERRY LEIBOWITZ
As Ancillary Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 31st day of October 1969.
MORTON B. ZEMEL of
ZEMEL. KAUFMAN &. ZEMEL
Attorneys for Estate
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
Florida
_______________________10/31 11/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of KITTY'S FLORIST ft GIFTS at
8447 aW. 24th St., Miami intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florid a.
DONALD F. BEVERIDGE,
Sole Owner
KBSSLER. KOTH, SHERADSKY
& BECKERMAN, Attorneys
Attorneys for Applicant
1896 S W. 3rd Ave.
Miami. Florida
11/14-21-28. 12/5
DAyeftu
BY HENRY LEONARD
0
'It's our new automatic Shammos!"
Ccpr. 16B. Cjye"u Pfodut'ic-1
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
8535o-Dowh ng
In HE Estate of
FRANK F. ENOBL
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
QUired to present a.iy claims .-,i .1
i mands which you may have against
the estate of FRANK F, ENOEL
deceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dad. County,
and file the same In duplicate and
as provided In Si i ci< n 788 16, Floi Ida
Utfcs, in their offl er in the
mty Courthouse In Dade County,
i Ida, within six
from the time of the first public*
ii. :.-< if, or the sa me will b< '.. 11 ed
'I ,.1 .Miami, Floi Id this Slsl
ESTHER ENOBL
As Executrix
First publication >f this notice on
the 7ih day of November, 191
TALIANOFF WALLER
Attorneys for Executrix
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Bea !
11.7 14-21-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85740
Judge Clark
In RE: Estate of
NANCY ANN PATTON
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of NANCY ANN PATTON de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 7.:3.1S. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within six calendar months
i from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida .this liih
daj Of Nov.-mli.r. AD l!-6!>
ORIN F. PATT< IN
As Administrator
I First publication of this notice on
the 14th day of November, 1969
BEATTY, BL'RCH AND TRIPP
Attorneys for Administrator
1003 Seybeld Building
Miami. Florida 33132
______ 11 14-21-28, l- :,
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-17996
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
INBS ROSADl ',
Plaintiff.
VS.
ROSA A. KOSADO,
Defendant
TO: R< ISA A R( ISADO,
Resldeni e Cnkm w
YoU. ROSA \ ROSADO, are hereby
notified that a Hill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
end you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, ROMEO .1 SHEPARD, .lit
60S Alnsley Bldg h N E 1st Ave.,
Miami, Florida and file tl.....riglnal
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85776
In RE: Estate of
JOHN JEFFEKY WII.KINS,
I le- eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which vou may have against the
estate of JOHN JEFFERY WII.KINS
deceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time c>f the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 7ih day
ot November. A.D. 19699.
HELEN W11.K1NS
As Addmuiistratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 21st day of November, 1969.
LEONARD EDWARD ABEL, ESQ.
Attorney for
HELEN W ILK INS. Administratrix
420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
________________________11/21-28 12/5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage in
fictitious name of SHORE CLUB
HOTEL intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
SIMSHA. INC.
By: ROBERT JACOBS. President
ENGLANDER & BURNETT
Attorneys at l-aw
1 Lincoln Road Bldg.
Miami Beach, Florida
_______________________11/21-28 12/8-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 85798
In RE: Estate of
PEARL KAUFMAN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of PEARL KAUFMAN dec-eased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Count) Judges of Dade County, anil
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
Ided iii Section J8S 16, Florida
Statutes, iii their offices in the Conuty
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from i)..
inn.- of the first publication hereof,
or the same will lie barred
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
m business under the fictitious name
of QINO MARINE at 8700 S.W. 129th
Terrace. Miami. Fla S8186 intends to
register sajd name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
EUGENIO DIAZ MOLINA.
Sole Owner
_______________________11 14-21-28. 12/5
NOTICE OF
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the partnership heretofore existing
between JOSE I. MKNENDKZ mid
RAIL 1/>PEZ under the fictitious
name and style of ARTISTIC CRAFT.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DICIAL CIRCU IT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA.
Case No. 60-17692
NOTICE OF SUIT
FOR DIVORCE
VITO BARNES,
Plaintiff
vs.
HORTENSIA BARNES.
Defendant
1 TO: HORTENSIA BARNES
Residence I'nknown
TOU. HORTENSIA BARNES
1 hereby notified that a Complaint
Divorce has been filed against
1 and you are required to sen a
of your Answer or Pleading to
Complaint for Divorce on pl.,n
I attorney, Ronald u davis. i
I 417 Blscayne Huilding-19 W Flasler
I Street. Miami. Florida 88120 pj
J79-28S1 .and file the original A ...
er or Pleading in the offli.....:
1 Clerk of the Circuit Court i
fore that 1st day of Deoeml...... ]. |(
vou fail to do so, judgment bj
i fault will be taken against you -
: th relief demanded In the i tnp t
for Divorce
this NOTICE shall be nubl i
once week for four consecutive \ .
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED
| Florida, this -id day ol I
1969.
E B LEATHERMAN, >
Circuit Court, Dad. count)
B) : C P Cl iPELANl i
I teputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Si all
_____________10/81 11 7-14 21
NOTICE BY 'PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-17889
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
,M'ANNE CLARK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN PETER CI.ARK.
Defendant
TO: JOHN PETER CIARK
i Batata Road
Smilhtown. I>ng Island.
New York 11717
You. JOHN PETER CLARK, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
| against you. and you are required to
i serve a copy Of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney, LARSON
1 and MARVIN. Attorneys at Law, 777
; N.W. 72nd Avenue. Miami. Florida
33126 and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Cleric
of the Circuit Court on or before the
1st day of December. 19s If you
fall to do so. judgment by default
locatedI at 4s6i East loth Court. His- | wl be ,aken a|[airM >.,, fnr the Tt.
17lb
Dated at Miami. Florida, thil
da] "i November, A.D. 1969
HARRY M KAUFMAN
First publication of this notice I
Hi. .'1st .lay of November, 1969.
HENRY NORTON
At to i nej for Executor
1406 Blscayne Building
Miami, Florida
n 21-28 12 9-12
riglr._.
Ansu er or Pli. ding In the office ..f
Ho Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 5th day ..f December,
1969. if you fall to do so, Judgment by
default win .. taken against you for
th.- relief demanded In the Bill of
Compla
This notice shall be published once
utlvi weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOUIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Floi da, this 29 day of October, A D
E B LEATHERMAN, Clei
i,.i Court, Dad< County, Florida
By: D. RYAN
Deputy i 'lerk
(On ull i 'i urt Seal |
R( >MEO .i SHEPARD, JR.
608 Alnsley I'.uilding
Miami Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
373-2C&3 10/81 11 7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84953
In RE: Estate of
SARAH SHE1.INS
I. i eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are h.-r.by notified and reQUtr- ,
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of SARAH BHELINS dei i used
l;i'' m Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judge.- of Dad.- County, and
rile ii.. rame |n .lupii,.,,,. ,M1,| M
Provided In Section Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the
I Courthouse in Dade County
Morlda. within six all ndar months
"''" the time of Hi. rirsi publica-
tion hereof, or th. tame \wii b< ba n d
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 27th
day ol l ictober, A.D 1969
sail ii ALTZMAN
As Admlnlstratoi C.T \
First publication of this ,
',',''..','.,. '''" '' November, 1969.
HENRY M iRTi IN
Attorney f"i Administrator C.T.A
I4"i. Blscayae Building
.Miami. Florida :i3l3o
11.7 14-21-28
leak, Florida was dissolved by mutual
consent, on the 5th day of December,
1968.
JOSE L. MENENDEZ has with-
drawn from and has ceased to be
associated in the carrying on ol said
busin.-ss as sole stockholder of AR-
TISTIC CRAFT INC, a Florida cor-
poration, and he is entitled to all of
the assets. Including all debts due to
said partnership, and has assumed
and will pay all outstanding business
obligations of ARTISTIC CRAFT,
heretofore Incurred.
JOSE L. MENENDEZ
RAUL LOPEZ
_______________________10 /3111/7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 85531
In RE: Estate of
JOSEPH A. POST
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have ag-alnst the es-
tate of JOSEPH A. PTM5T deceased
late of Dade County, Florida to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.111, Florida
Statutes. In their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barn d
Dai.-d at Miami, Florida, tins {1st
day of October. A D, 1969
FRANCES POST
WILLIAM H KARO
As Executors
First publication of this notice "Ti
the 31st da\ of October, 1'.'69
SIMON, HAYS A QRUNDWERG
Attorney for Estate
301 Alnsley Building
10/31 11 7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85542
In RE: Estate ..f
Itflliolt KRET.'HMER
Deceasi .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons H.t\
mg Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to pres. nt any claims and de-
mands Which you may have agalnsl
the .-suit,, of ISIDolt KRETCHMER
de,.ase,l lai. of I i;,,l,. County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dude i'..unt>
and file th. same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 788.16 Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof
i 'lie sain.- will in barred
Dated al .Miami. Florida, this {2nd
< 'ctober, A D. 1969
MI'RRAY KRETCHMER
N..RMA K IJNDENBERQ
a- Executors
Flrsi p.ibii.at,..,, of this notice on
the .,1.-1 daj ol ictober, 1969
I EON a EPSTEIN
Attorney for Estate
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Bea. h, Florida
_____________ 10/81 II 7-14-21
Hef demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published onee
each week for f In THE JEWISH KI>>RIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 28th day of October
A.D. 1969.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dude County. Florida
By: < P. t'OPEIAXD
I>eputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
LARSON and MARVIN. ESQl'IRES
777 N.W. "2nd Avenue
Miami. Florida 33126
10/31 11 7-14-21
on
NOTICE UNDER
... F|CTiTIOUS NAME LAW
Noil. I-. is HEREBY OIVEN that
, ''ring to engage
In buslne*. under the fictitious "Ss!
Of ROSS\ OF MIAMI at 639 S W T,
Bt., Miami 33186 Intends to reclat*
em, ,""" ","" ",, a* Of th.Cr
'"" ";; '..... County, Florida
I ARLOS ROMERO,
Sou Owner
11.7 14-21-28

NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO APPLY FOR CHANOE
OF NAME No. 69.17373
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is given that the undersigned
Petitioners ABRAHAM M FREED-
MAN, and SARAH FKKEDMAN
whose residence address is 60 South
Shore Drive. Apt 7 in the City of
Miami. Dade County. Florida Intends
to apply to the Honorable GENE
WILLIAMS. Judge of the 11th Judici-
al Circuit, In and for Dade County,
Florida at his Office in the County
Courthouse at 1:3 KM on December
let, 1HR9. or as soon thereafter as
Petitioners may be heard for an
order changing Petitioners' name
from ABRAHAM M FREKDMAN to
ALVIN FREEMAN. and SARAH
FREKDMAN. to SARAH FREEMAN,
by which name Petitioners shall
therefore be known
Dated at Miami. Florida this 2sth
day of i 'ctober, 1968
ABRAMAM M FRBBDMAN
Petitioner
SARAH FREEDMAN
Petitioner
SAM W KLEINFEI D
Attorney
11 7 14-81-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN I
the undersigned, desiring t-. engage
in business ii?,,I. r the fictitious nani.
of HOME CARE CENTER al 841
N.W 3rd Street. Miami. Fla Intend!
to register said name with the Clerk
..( the in.tut Court of Da.ie County,
Florida.
s< 'ITH1*:n CONVALESCENT
Hi'ME. INC.
FAI'NCE, FINK AND FORM AN
Attornej s for Applli ant
154)8 Congress Hldg Miami
11/7-14-21-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 81174-A
IN RE Estate of
HUGO ARTNER,
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE la hereb) given tl I have
filed the E.nai Report ami Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
as Executor of the estate of liruo
artxer, deceased and thai "ii the
dh day ,.f Dec< mber, 1969, will apply
t" the Honorabh o unty Judge
i ladi County, Florida, for ippn i i
I Final Ri trlbu-
tion and final discharge as Executor
"' the estate of <\, .,]. amed
" in. This 4th day of S >vi mbi r,
KCRT WELLISCH,
Executor of Batali
HI 'i" ARTNER, 1..... I
Kl RT u BLLISCH
\im.iia Avenue
Coral uabh s, Florida 33131
Phone 444-8492
11.7-l4-il-2S


Friday. November 21, 1969
*. Mwlsti Flrtrndliictim
Pane 11-C
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTU'E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
.if CABANA CLUB TOWERS al
11450 aw. 187th 81., Miami Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
>.r the cii'i'uii. Court of Diuit County,
U/lf-Zl-28 12 3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
Can No. 69-13728
NOTICE OF SUIT
.II'DITII AlUfOYo GRIFFIN,
.11 HjTH IH.RUEKA.
I'ltiiillff..
\F, I
k a
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TKJE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
Case No. 69-18023
NOTICE OF SUIT
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
a I- I'THIil orftMi
Plaintiff,
BRE2J
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE LS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Hi,-. undersigned desiring i>> engage
in busin< ss under the fictitious name
Of CAR1RHEAX VILLAGE :,i IH50
S.W. *Tth SL, Miami Intends to re-
gister said name with the Clerk of
iiie Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
CARIBBEAN VILLAGE CORP
ll 14-21-28 IS/8
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
!>j virtue <>f Chapter fi7x of Florida
statutes Annotated (19411 Ware-
liousemen and Warehouse Receipts
wherein ABB VAN I.INKS a Florida
'orporation by virtue of Its tvarehause
ii,-n has in its possession the follow-
ing described property:
1'sed Household Rods as the property
.i MRS. I'.ii.i. PRINCE whose lasl
known address was Box 122, Route 2,
rtamseur. N.C. and thai on the 5th
lay of December, 1969 during the legal
hours of sale, mainly between ll:n
nrenoon and J;00 In the afternoon
i 2U6 x w :nh Avenue, iMomt,
Florida the undersigned shall offer
|lor sale to the highest bidder for cash
hand the above described property
f MRS. l:ll.l. PRINCE
Dated :ii Miami, Plorlda, this 1lih
a) of N'ovembei 1989,
11 14-21
if married,
Defendants
T<>: IUNACIO HERRERA
and
HERRERA, his wife.
it married
C/n l.YDIA PEREZ
4!> West 47th Street
Basement Apt. Xo. 12
New York, New York
YOU, IONACK) HERRERA and .
HERRERA, his wife, if
married, are berebj notified that a
Complaint to Quiet Title has i.....>i
filed against you on th.- following
described property, to-wit:
Tract "H," Block ;.4, of Revised
I'l.it of Portions oi Amended Plat
of Section I, COUNTRY ci.l'U
ESTATES, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded in Pint Book
:h. Page 19, of the Public Records
pi Dade County, riunda, formeily
known as Lois ;,:, 52 Uioek si
of Section I, of COUNTRY Cl.t I!
ESTATES, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded in Plat Book
-v Page 11, of the 1'ui.n. Id i
ol Dade County, Plorlda;
and you arc required to serve .i copj
ol your Answer or Pleading to the
Complaint tu Quiet Title mi the
Plan tut .- aitorimy, RONALD i.
DAVIS, ESOjl'IHE, 41T Ltiscaync
lluilding, 19 West Flagicr Street,
Miami, Piorida 38180, Pnone 379-2*51,
ami file tin original .Miswer or Plead-
:m:xay PERfiJ)PICKERING
OINA PICKERRn'O, minor,
by and through her mother mid
next friend,
JENAY PEREZ PICKERINQ.
ISABEL PICKERINO, and if
alive, ber husband, JOHN DOE.
ami if dead, her heirs,
devisees, grantees, or other
persons claiming by through
or under her.
I iViidalils.
TO: JENAY PEREZ PICKERINO
ai d OINA PICKERINO,
i minor, by and through
her mother and next friend
JENAY PEREZ PICKERINO.
' i Beach Boulevard
Pink House, Box 99
Riloxl, Mississippi and
ISABEL PICKERING, and
if alive, her unknown
husband, John DOB, and if
dead, her heirs, devisees,
grantee*, or Other persons
claiming by, Ih rough or
under her. whose residem an
"? are uuknow n
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
mat a sun has been brought against
you in the above-styled Court for a
!. Ioratory Judgment, declaring thai
"'" i lalntifl i- the absolute owner of
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
thi undersigued, desiring to engnge In
i>u under the fictitious nami ol
ARNI >LD I IP ITALY al '.'1 N.E XSnil
Street, .Miami. Florida intends to
register said irame with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of I lade Count \
Plorlda.
Coiffures HyMi Arnold In.
ARNOLD Hl'Xo. President
NEIL PLAXAIAN
Attorney for Applicant
1012 Duponl I'la/.a Center
-Miami, Plorlda 33131
11/31-28 12 ".-I;;
s Interet l
wine, cl.-s,
In
lib,
|o|.
lug In ti.....fflce ol
i ii ult Court n i
day of 11,,-. nihei.
i" do so, Judg.....nt
Hguinst you
the Cli rk ol the
r before the 12th
l'"'" It \ en i,nl
by default will be
for the relief de-
i 'ompluint to Ujtiii i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engnge In
Usineas under the fictitious name of
Ti'KTl.lJ cai:s at 16980 South Dixie
IlKhwujr, .Miami, Plorlda, intends to
(sister -aid num.- with the Clerk
he Circuit Court of Dade County,
loridu
DONIIOAT TRAVEL. INC.
lly: GORDON TAYLOR,
President
KRAI.I' K SCHWARTZ
ttornev for Applicant
Kb. Floor Dade Federal Bide,
[iami. Florida 33131
11/14-21-28, 12 5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
(LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 69-18479
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
JlKURK .I BAN BAPTISTS
rPlalntfff,
vs.
H.NAOE C JEAN BAPTISTE
Defendant,
YOC: OLNAOBG JEAN BAPTISTE.
evidence address: unknown, are re-
uirod to file your answer to the
omplaint for divorce with the clerk
t the ajboye oourl and serve a copy
hereof upon. HERMAN COHEN,
ESQ.. 1310-11 Cpngreaa Bldg.. Miami.
'lorida on or before December la.
'.9. or els,- oomplainl Will be taken
s oonfessed.
iatki>. November i".. 1969
E II LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
lly: X A HEWETT
Deputy > 'lii i.
11 14-21-28, 12 .".
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85666
n RE: Estate !
I'.'.vi.N GERICHTER
15.-Oe.ls* I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors :,,| All Persons Hav-
iik Claims or Demands Against Said
li '..*..
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and di mauds
which you may have against the es-
tate of IRWIN GERICHTER d.....as. d
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
''ounty Judges of Dade County, and
rile the Bam* in duplicate and as
nrovided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes in then offices in the County
courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
K'tUuu six calendar months from the
me of the first publication hereof,
- th" same will lie barred,
iv.it.-l at Miami. Florida, this l"th
iy of November. AT>. 1969.
JOSH ItBPHUN
As Executor
"irst publicntinn of this notice on
14th day of November, 1969,
IH RBPHUN
torney fr.r Executor
~0 Washington Avenue,
ami Beach, Pis. 33139
11. 14-^1-L'R. 12'5
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63877-B
: Estate of
A XX MY Kits
Ceased,
riCE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
LtCATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
PICE is hereby given that I hnve
Final Report and Petition for
utlon and Final Discharge as
Inistratrix of the estate of JULIA
MYERS, deceased: and that on
16th day of December, ioci>. will
to the Honorable County Judges
gOa cimty, Florida, for approval
111 Final Report and for dlstribu-
ind final discharge Aamlnis-
of the estate of the above-
decedenL This oth dsg- of
iber. I
(signed)
IKS CBCBUA McCORMICK
AdmlnlMtrntrlx
1) B. PALI. BEATTY
l\*
I'I. BEATTY'
byliold Building
i Plorlda 33132
ded in th
Title.
This Notice shall be published onc
each week for .-our <4> eons. ulivi
weeks In THE JEWISH PLOKID1AN
DONE AND ORDERED, al Miami
Ploi Ida, On- IOi n day ol No\ i inber
1969.
E li. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By MARGUERITE KENT
D< put) Clerk
It'll' Uil Court .Seal |
11 14-21-28, 12 5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
No. 69-18832
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I.IIS OARASA
Plaintiff,
vs.
MIRIAM OARASA
I lelellda'llt.
YOU, MIRIAM OARASA. residence
Unknown, are required to file your
answer to the .omplaint for divorce
with the clerk ol the above styled
court and serve a copy thereof
upon HERMAN COHEN ESQUIRE.
nin-ii Congress Bldg., Miami, Florida
on or before December IS, l^fi'.' or
Is.- .omplaint will be taken as con-
fessed
DATED: November 12th 1969
K It LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: MARGUERITE KENT
11 14-L'l-L's I! ".
oil rights in the
d propcrt) :
rhe Wesl i of the NW >, of
Section l>. Township 54 South
ICiinge, 4'i East lyltig and In |hg
m 1'.. lo Count.'-. Florida,
i "ii i :. required lo file iii.....
pi your Answer with the Clerk of
"" .....ve-styled Court and serve h
c"I>y ..f th.- same upon Plaintiff's
Attorneys. CAIDIN, ROTHENBERG
kOJ. >.\. KORNBLPM \- ROTH EN-
.'"Vv- ?,,l80f B,Byn Building,
li West Plagler street. Miami
Plnrlda, on or oefore th.- 2nd day of
Dex-ember, 1969, -,.,s B default be
taken againsl you for ..... rellel
sough I b) the Plaintiff.
DATED at Miami, Dade Count)
Plorlda, this 9th day of 0
E B LEATHERMAN. Clerk
By: C. P, COPELAND
l leputy t Ilerk
l/:!l ll 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious num.
..f autistic craft at tshr. East
lath Court. Hlaleah, Florida intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
AUTISTIC CRAFT, IXC .
Florida .orporation
LEWIS F. CoHEX. ESQ.,
A t torney for
AUTISTIC CRAFT, INC.,
::.. X H 17th Terrace,
Miami. I'la.
10/31 ll 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tilVKX that
the undersigned, desiring ta engage
in business under the flctilioux ...m.
of STEAMWAY OF FLORIDA at
6660 Blscayne Boulevard, Miami,
Florida Intends la reglsirr Huid name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of i>ade Cunt>k, Florida
lll-s ENTERPRISES, INC.
scill.lssi;i. & SCHER
At'orn,.) h for
1 L98 En let prlsi s. Inc.
606 Lincoln Rd .Miami Beach, I'la
10/J1 II 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt
the und. i Igned, desiring t> engage
in buslni ss under the fit lltlous nann
of CABANA GARDEN -U'TS. at
I IF." 8 \Y 187th SL, Miami intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court ..i Dade County,
Florida.
CABANA GARDEN APTS, CORP,
11, 14-21-28 ;.
L
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 74591-A
IN RE: Bstat of
SA.M FIN EM AN,
!>eeeHsed.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
notice is hereby given that I
have filed my Final Report and Pe-
tition for Distribution and Final
Discharge aa Executrix of the estate
Of SAM FINE.MAN, d......used: and
that on the Mh day of December,
1969, will apply to the Honorabli
County JuiIkcm of Dade County. Flor-
ida, for approval of said Final Report
and for distribution and final dis-
charge as Executrix of the estate of
the above-named decedent. This 5th
day of November, 11 69
uit'ii i'ixf.max. Executrix
8PARBBR AXli ROSKIN PA.
Attorneys for Executrix
106 North Blscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida
11/14-21-28 12/5
11/14-21-28, 12/5
COPY QUICK
INSTANT PRINTERS
OFFSET PRINTING PHOTO COPIES
While You Wolff
Suite 8-A, M.B. Fed. Building
534-291o
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 8S639
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE: Estate nt
Jack GEKA1DE
I ., as< d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditors and All Person* Hn\
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
i: late:
i You are hereby notified and r,--
quired lo present any claims and de-
mands uhi.-h \"U may have against
the estate of jack 0EBA1DE de-
ceased late of Made County, Florida,
:,. the County Judges o( Dade County,
and file th-- same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the
County Courthouse in Istd,. County.
Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the name will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this S9ttl
day of October, A D 1969
Mi llJ.Y'OEIJAIDB
\ Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 7th das "f November. 1969,
CAl.ltlT and GALBKT
Attorney for Executrix
840 Fifth Street
Miami p..... h, Florida 33189
11 7-1I-. 1-2S
NOTICE OF SUIT OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-17862
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
FRE1> .1. RAPIJCU. JR.
Plaintiff.
silKII.l.Ml DIIRDEN RADLER,
I f-ndant.
TO: SHE1I.IAH DURDEN RAMIJSR
You. SHF.II.lAH DC It DEN RADL-
ER. are hereby notified that a Com-
plaint for Invoice has been filed
againsl you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs Attorney. GOUDWORN
and NET. PA. P.O. Pox 126, 1699
Coral Way, Miami. Florida. 33I4S and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the Offtea Of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 1st day
f Decemer, I9S9 if >-ou fall to do so,
Judgment b> default iii be taken
l >ou for the relief demanded
in the Bill t < "omnlahit
This notice "hall be published once
a h week for four com
week* In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
)>.., Ida, thl -. :h day lober,
Al. 1969
i: i; i.K VTHBRMAN, Clerk,
Cln uil Court, 1 'ade i 'out tj Floi ids
Bj : C. P copi:i.ANi>
I i,inn> del k
(Cii.uii Court Seal)
(V "I.HW" IRN and NEI
1699 Coral Was
Miami. Florida, 33145
4 4". -!';41
Attorneys for Plaintiff
10/31
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PhOUATE
No. 85426
JOHN R. BLANTON
in RE: Estate of
I'EI.IA stiassxy n l. II
CECILIA STIASSXY
I >. eased.
N< ITICB To CREDITORS
To All Cdiiors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Againsl Saul
Estate:
Vnu ar. hereby notified a.id requir-
ed to present an> claims and d< mands
which you may have against the
tale of CEI IA STIASSXY .1 a
CECILIA STIASSXY deceased late
of I lade c..un:: h'lnrida, lo the
County Judges of Had. Counts', and
fib- Ihe s....... in duplicate and as
pro* al"I iii Si .lion 7:::; 16, Florida
Statutes, in th> li offices In Ihe Count)
Courthouse ill Hade County. Florida,
within sis calendar months from the
llmi of the first publication hereof, or
ihe same will he haired.
Haii.l at Miami, Florida, this 13th
day of Novi mini'. A.I > 1969.
IlL'TH CJR< iSSM ax
BERNARD SINGER
As Executors
Fh -i publication of this notii ..;,
tin Jlsl tlaj ol S'ovemhi r
FRl >MBERG, FR( >MBEKC
& IH >TH, I A
Ai torneys for Exccutoi -
M-l2 Blsi as e Bldg.,
.Mi.inn Flu
II 21-2S 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85149-A
In RE: Estate of
HARRY LEVY
I lei -ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are h.-ieby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of HARRY LEVY deceased late
of Nassau County. New York to the
Count) Judges Of Hade County, and
file the same in duplicate and ,..
provided in Section 733.16. Florida
statutes. In their offices In the County
Courthouse in Had.- County, Florida,
Within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same win be barred
Hated at Miami. Florida, this 1'lst
das "f i. toher. A D. 1969.
HARRIET LEVY
As Ancillary Executrix
First publication of this notice on
tin 3lBt day of October, 1969,
MORTON B '/KM El.
t.f XBMBL, KAUFMAN
A: KEMBL
At torn j s for E\,.. utrlx
420 Lincoln Road,
.Miami. Beach, Florida
10/31 11 7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 35835
CLARK
In i:i: Estate !
Al. LESLIE
l ceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami AiTPersonn ll i\
ing Claims ur Demands Againsl Said
Estati .
You ar, larehy notified and requir-
ed lo pr.sent any claims and (li mil ids
which you may have againsl tin
estate of AL l.Esi IE deceased late
of pan. Counts', Piorida, to the County
Judges oi Had.- Counts-, and file the
same In duplicate and as provided In
Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in
their offices in th. County Court-
house ill Had. Counts', Florida, with-
in six calendar months from the time
ol tin first publication hereof, or the
same u ill be bni 11 d
I'at.d at Miami, Florida, this 13th
l.i> ol N'ovembei A 11, 1969
SYLVIA LESLIE
First publication of this
thi .'1st das ol November
RICHARD BRICKMAN
Attornes for
SYLVIA LESLIE, Executrix
131 I Flrsl National Hank Hide
Miami, Florida 33131
ll .'l-:s 12 5-12
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-18235
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
\-OEL Fl ETCHER IIEIHNE, ,
Plaintiff,
VM,
FRANCIS BEIRNE, ui ,.,
Defendant.
TO: FRANCIS BEIRNE,
7X16 Algard Street
Philadelphia, Pa.
You FRANCIS BEIRNE aie here-
by notified that a Hill of Compial
for Divorce has been filed again
S'OU, and you are required lo serve i
copy of S'OUr Answer or Pleading I
the Hill of Complaint on the Plainlifl
attorney, HOI.D.MAX. GOLDSTEIN
PACZIER J4ul West Plagler Btree
Miami. Florida 33136 and file M
original Answer or Pleading in tl
office of the Clerk of the Circa.
c.urt on or before thi loth day
December, 1969. If you rail lo do
Judgment by default will be take-,
against you for the rellel demand)
In the Bill ol Complaint.
Tins notice sh..!i be published ome
each week for four consecutive weel
m THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN
I" INE AND ORDERED al Miais
Florida, this 3rd day of Novembei
A H 1969.
F. LEATHERMAN. Cl< rk,
Circuit Court, Hade Counts". Florid*
Bj c I. A LEX AN IIER
l teputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
GOLDMAN. GOLDSTEIN
s P l< 'SSIEK
240] w Elagler Street
Miami. Florida 33133
Atioiio > s for Plaintiff
II 7 i I-:
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-19098
SLIT FOR DIVORCE
MfltR.W SCHNEIDER
Plaintiff,
i
ESTHER KLEIN SCHNEIDER,
I HI, ml.lilt
TO ESTHER KLEIN SCHNEIDER
I SI Paul Court
BriMiklS II, New York.
You. ESTHER KLEIN SCIIXF.II
ER, me herebs notified thai u Bill i
Cnmplainl for Divorce has been tilr-
againsl >..u. and you are required I
serve a copy ol your Answer i
Pleading to the Hill of Complaint e
the Plaintiffs attorney. DAVI >
THEODORE BERG, ESQ., K01-6 Han
Federal Building, l"l E Plagler Btree
Miami, Floi Ids 33131 and file th
original Answer or Pleading in tb '
office .a the Clerk of the Circuit Cour
On Or before the .'^tll day Ol He. .11 -
b.r. 1969, If S'OU fall to do so. judp.
mint b> default will be taken again
you for the relief demanded in th -
Bill of Complaint,
This notice shall be published oiu
each Week for four ...list cut IV c W eel-
111 THE JEWISH Fl.olIIHIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Mian)
Florida, this 17th das ol November
A.D. 1969
H ll I BATHERMAN, Clerk
rircuii Court. Hade County, Florids
H> MARGCERITE KENT
Deputy i lerk
H'ir, ui' Court Seal i
DAVII THE! da IRE BERG ESQ
Mil.3 I iad. Federal Building,
Miami. Piorida
PR 9-1414
Attorney for Plaintiff
II Jl -s I.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th:
th,. un.i. rsigned desiring to engag -
in business under the fictitious niirr
..f BROOKE DISTRIBl'TORS INC
.1 h .. SOCTHEHN A V EI.Ki
TRl iNICS al 380 X i: 67th Btree
Miami, Florida Intends to r.-(rist.
mi ith th.- Clerk of the Cli -
.uit cnit of cole Counts*. Florida
BROOKE D1STR1RITORS. INC.,
(I I. Si ICTHERN A -V
ELECTR i.NICS
I :\ i 'esar San Roman
Ce nr Sa i Roman, Vice President
Ki IVNER, MANNHEIMER,
GREENFIELD A.- CUTLER, P A.
Altorilevs for
BRI lOKE DISTRIBITTORS, INC.
30n i ii.....in piaza Center
Miami. Florida :t:U31
11 7 14-81-28
notice
1969
P \
i-14-SJ
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85816
in RE Estate ol
ANNIE JHUSCIl
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons \{a\-
ing Claims or Demands Agaiusl Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to pies, nt .my claims and demands
which you may have against the ee-
t.,t. ol ANNIE HIRSCH deceased :
bite ol Had. County, Fl.ni.la, to the
Counts .Ui.lees of Hade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Counts
Courthouse In Had. Counts', Florida,
within six calendar months from the
tune uf the first publication hereot,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 1U
das "' Xvi ml.!, A 1 > 1969.
IRVING CYPBN
As Executor
First publication of this notlct on
ihe -i.-t day of November, 19699,
IIAUIO i. CVPEN, Ks.i
IRVING CYPEN LAW OFFICES
\r torm > h for Executor
K.3 Arthur lodfres Road,
.Miami Beach, Florida
ll Il-M l- 5-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the
the undersigned, desiring to engag
m business under the fictitious nam
n| THE WICKER GARDEN 0
FLORIDA ..i 696 X E. 123th Street, ^
Miami intend lo register said nam .
with the ci.rk of the Circuit Cout
of Had.. County, Florida.
JOSEPH LANG
ci.UKi; LANG GROSSMAN
11.7 14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thi undersigned, desiring to eiigwK
III business under the fictitious n:tm
of MARLY S DESIGNS at 48 S.W
sth A\e. Miami. I'la. intends to re
Itlater said name with the Clerk of
th, Circuit court of italic Counts,
Florida
MARTA LIDIA FERXAXDEZ
11 7 !4-21-26
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
sjleM isfi Fhridli^n
solicits your legal noticJ.
We appreciate your
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