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The Jewish Floridian
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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 19, 1969

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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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Full Text
"Jewish FlorSdian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 42 Number 51
Miami, Florida Friday. December 19, 1969
Two Sections Price 20c
UJA Sets $250 Million Goal For 1970
NEW YORK (JTA> The
United Jewish Appeal, which has
set the highest goal in its 31-
year history', will attempt to
raise $250 milion in 1970 for
humanitarian aid to needy Jews
in Israel and in other countries
all over the world.
The quarter-billion-dollar tar-
get Will announced by Edward
Ginsberg of Cleveland, Ohio, at
the UJA's annual national con-
ference here. Mr. Ginsberg, who
was redacted to his third term
as the organization's general
chairman, told the 3,000 dele-
gates that unprecedented levels
of philanthropic assistance were
necessary to insure Jewish sur-
vival in Israel and other lands.
Referring to reports heard by
the delegates during the three-
day conference concerning the
plight of Jews in Communist and
Arab countries, where they are
oppressed or endangered, and
the difficulties that Israel is e.\-
periencing in trying to maintain
its education, health, housing
ami other social services, Mr.
New Israeli Coalition
Government Sworn In
JERUSALEM (JTAI
ni w government, a
I-raid's
b-oadly
based coalition of six political
factions, was sworn in Tuesday
befon a full Knesset, in the
presenci of President Zalman
Shazar and a gallery packed
with dignitaries and visitoi -
Premier Golda Meir presented
each of her 23 fellow Cabinet
member* by name in alphabeti-
cal order. She then delivered the
ii augural address of the new
Administration, the theme ol
which was national unity and
determination not to relinquish
an inch of occupied territory
until a genuine lasting peace
with the Arabs is achieved.
Mrs. Heir's Cabinet, put to-
gether after more than a month
of difficult bargaining and ne-
gotiations, is the most repres-
entative in the nation's 21-year
history. The six factions it in-
corporates cover almost the en-
I i political spectrum ai d com-
mand the loyalty of 102 out of
120 Km sst t m< mbers 8 i
of that bo ly's membership.
Mrs, M ir said Israel's mili-
tary strength is at an all-time
high, fully capable of preserving
th.....ise-fire lines as long as
necessary, She claimed success
for her Government's policies i:'
the occu] i. i ten itories and de-
clared that the Arab countries
were sufering far more than
Israel from the war of attrition
they were waging against it.
She blamed their suffering on
Continued on Page S-A
Ginsberg said, 'These reports
indicate just how great the need
is."
Israel's Foreign Minister Abba
Eban, addressed the delegates
also, calling for a "reaffirmation
of Jewish solidarity." H\? said.
"We know there are millions
who share with us the view that
if Israel were to fail, 2,000 years
of Jewish history would lose its
meaning. With overseas Jewry
hearing the burden of Israel's
humanitarian requirements." he
I "Israelis can hold the line
everywhere else.
"The burdens are very great."
Mr. Eban declared. "Peril ips
tivic might be some justifica-
tion for the belief held by some
that our shoulders would crum-
ble under the weight of the bur-
-. if we had to bear that
in';. -l all '" What they don't
take into account is th? galvan-
>rc< of Jew ish soli I iritj,"
he :
S ime 60.000 new immigr I
i v- I to ai ri\ in I*ra I
lur lel< were
told. Many of them are without
a trade, others are aged and in-
firm and in need of medical care,
housing, education and other
vital services. One reason why
the UJA is calling on Jews for
unprecedented contributions. Mr.
Ginsberg said, was the size of Is-
rael's defense budget, which will
absorb 83'i of the country's
taxes in 1970. Israelis are taxed
at one of the world's highest
rates and they now must carry
the largest per capita national
debt of any people in the world.
he said.
World Jewry will have to pro-
vide S5C0 million in philanthropic
aid to meet the humanitarian
needs of the 60000 immigr ts
exnected to come to Israel in
1970 and the more than .'.00.000
immigrants of previous years
si II need of assistance, Rabbi
i' rb rt A. Friedman, executive
man of the Unite I '
il, told the annual c

"Oui philant
is always to pa;
the great immigrant absorption
programs, including health and
welfare, higher education, hous-
ing, farming and youth care and
much, much more," he said.
"For the Israelis," Rabbi
Friedman said, "the path ahead
is clear war along the Suez
Canal, terrorism along the Jor-
dan River, danger of economic
collapse and superhuman ef-
forts to absorb new immigrants
into the fabric of Israeli society
at the same time."
Rabbi Friedman also called
strong world sympathy for Rus-
sian Jewry "a part of that to-
tality of concern which unites
all Jews in one tightly-linked
brotherhood." In 1970. he noted,
the Joint Distribution C0mmif-
tee, a UJA constituent, will
spend some $21 million to
needy Jews outside the United
S'i'.'s and Israel. The money
will l e used to assist mi ire than
" 0,1 00 persons in such an
I ; can : the aged a1 th
children's homes and :
-. he sai'..
Federation Records Broken
With Successful Gifts Dinner
Vatican Seeks Better
Attitude Toward Jews
NEW YORK iJTAt A new
Vatican document that proposes
unprecedented steps by the Roman
Catholic church to improve Catho-
lic attitudes toward Israel and
the Jewish people was made public
this week as the first statement
by the Vatican to implement the
Ecumenical Council declaration on
non-Christian religions of 1965.
The Synagogue Council of
America, representative body of
the Reform, Conservative and
Orthodox rabbinical and congrega-
tional agencies of American Juda-
ism, announced it was convening
its constituent agencies to give
the most careful and respectful
study" to the document. The Vati-
can statement was made public by
Lawrence Cardinal Shehan, Arch-
bishop of Baltimore, in an address
at a duologue on the image of the
jew in contemporary culture at
Loyola College. The duologue was
siw.sored by the Anti-Defamation
Ix-ague of B'nai B'rith and various
Christian institutions.
The Vatican statement high-
lighted specific essential to a bet-
ter understanding by Catholics of
Judaism and said teaching of such
information "should be extended
Continu-d on PSB* 7-A
Inspired by the presence >l
i |'s F "' Ign Minister AI 11
some 1,000 guests at th
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's 1970 Initial Gifts Dinner
of the Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund cam-
. broke all records for i
fund-raising event of this na-
ture.
"Miami Jewry has never !*-
n responded in the fash in
did last Sund ty evening." sai I
Robert Russell, general chairman
of th- combined drive. "In fact."
he said, "never before have I
-. en so many people announce
their gifts with such pride."
After dinner. Greater Miami
Jewish Federation president
Milton Weiss offered a toast of
welcome to His Excellency Abba
Eban, Minister of Foreign Af-
faire of the State of Israel, and
Mr. Eban responded with a toast
to the people and the President
of the United States of America.
Before Mr. Eban made his
major address, he personally pre-
s it."I the Abba Eban Shi
Am Yisr lei Award and a
live album signed by
,-if to 12 men in recognition
of th. Ir Inspired leadership in
gi\ ing.
Award recipients were Henry
Crown, Nathan H. Darsky, Sam-
uel N. Frledland, Morton Hill,
Joseph H, Kanter, Dr. R. S.
Levy, Leonard Rosen, Lewis S.
R isenstiel, Robert Russell. Saul
Silberman and Seymour Vi
n A posthumous award was
mule to Julius Rosen, also.
In his speech, Mr. Eban as-
serted that Israel, in its quest
for peace will resist pres tr
from its enemies and uns ilicited
advice from its friends. There
is no substitute for direct nego-
tiations," he state I
Mr. Khan said he maintains
his position, stated last Janu-
ary, that the United Nations Se-
curity Council is an impotent.
uniust agency which would do
nothing if the Arabs overran Is-
rael. "Peace may not be near."
hi d, but Israel will li an to
flourish in its absence.
"We ask no nation oi I
Continued on Page 6 A
First All-Day School
Under Reform Auspices
NEW YORK iWNSt The
first all-day school under Reform
auspices has begun distributing
enrollment forms for the first
semester to begin in September,
A brochure issued by Temple
Rodeph Sholom, one of the na-
tion's largest Reform congrega-
tions, said the school would be
open to all "pupils who qualify
for its academic requirements,
regardless of faith or origin."
Tuition was listed as SI.100
for kindergarten and SI.200 plus
$50 for supplies and special ac-
tivities for the first grade, the
first two classes, with partial
scholarships expected to be
available. Additional grades will
be added in later years.
Sen. Fulbright Lashes Out At Foreign Aid Bill
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Relations Committee, lashed out
Friday against America's for-
eign aid program which, he
Charged, has become an "instru-
ment for the [)crpetuation of the
pc litical status quo in the Middle
East and elsewhere."
Sen. Fulbrighfs ire was di-
rected specifically at a foreign
aid authorization bill passed by
the Senate which provides a
S40 million development loan
for Israel to finance a water
desalination plant. He charged
that friends of Israel were able
to get more U.S. government
money for that country than cy
U.S. Senators could obtain for
projects in their home states.
He claimed that certain foreign
countries are treated with fav-
oritism and asked the Senate
to consider if it was "more im-
portant to have a desalting plant
in the Middle East than in our
own Southwest." Senator Ful-
bright also attacked appropria-
tions for projects in Taiwan.
South Korea. South Vietnam
and other places.
The Senator, a leading oppon-
ent of America's involvement in
the Vietnam war, suggested that
the Nixon Administration is cur-
rently "in the throes" of a wide-
ranging reappraisal of U.S. poli-
from Asia to the Mideast.
I His reference was apparently
to the statement of U.S. Mideast
policy by Secretary of State
William P. Rogers here last
week, i
The Senate's foreign aid ap-
propriations bill retained the
$40 million authorization for
Israel that was included in a
bill passed by the House. The
Senate version, however, au-
thorizes a loan while the House
bill makes an outright grant to
Israel. The two versions must be
worked out by a Senate-House
conference. It is thought likely
that the authorization will be
retain d In some form in the
final bill. But the Administra-
tion may elect not to Implement
it; the White House is known
to oppose spending U.S. funds
for the desalination project.
The House appropriations
committee however has already
voted $20 million to begin im-
plementing the five-year pro-
gram. Feasibility studies made
by the Johnson Administration
indicated the advisability of a
desalting development in Israel.
The technology achieved would
be the product of joint Ameri-
can-Israeli cooperation. The au-
thorization bill also includes
sums for various Israeli institu-
tions including the Hebrew Uni-
versity Hadassah Hospital and
the Weizmann Institute of Sci-
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Volume 42
Friday, December 19. 1969
Number 51
10 TEVETH 5730
More Than A Dividend Is At Stake
With all its other commitments, Greater Miami's Jewish
community continues to keep a favored spot in its heart for
the Israel Bond campaign, now at its height.
Those who keep a close eye on the financial markets
of the world are always amazed at the continued popu-
larity of Israel Bonds. But, as any Jew can testify, there is
often more to an investment than just the financial return.
Israel Bonds is not only an investment of money in a
small nation with a future, but an investment in the sur-
vival of the Jewish people wherever they may live.
A Step In The Right Direction
The need for intensive studies of the present-dav mis-
sion of Jewish Federations around the nation is illustrated
by the information being gathered at the temporary South
Beach Project Office of Greater Miami's Federation.
Our senior citizens community in that area is unique
for its high concentration of Jews with a different set of
problems from those of Jews in an ordinary metropolitan
community. The recent Miami Beach election campaign
pointed up one of those problemsadequate housing at a
price within the reach of these retired people. Federation's
establishment of a Committee on Housing for Senior Citi-
zens was a step in the right direction, for this obviously is
a situation in which government and private business
must become partners.
Emotional Appeal A Factor In Giving
As a new Combined Jewish Appeal campaign gets
under way, it is well to recall that American Jewry has
raised S3.9 billion since 1939 through its network of federa-
tions, welfare funds and community councils. It is a record
for giving of which any people can be proud, unmatched
by any group of similar size.
What is even more remarkable is that more than half
these fundsS2.2 billion to be exactwent to the United
Jewish Appeal which provides Israel and other overseas
areas with the sustenance for survival. The emotional
appeal, as well as sentimer.'.ai ties, for the needs of Isrcel
as well cs those in desperate straits in other nations has
been a great factor in raising hands.
But it should not be overlooked that we can best meet
our responsibilities overseas cr.ly cs we build strong Jew-
ish community instruments here in the United Stctes.
Strengthening those agencies which are relevant to our
times and providing development funds fcr new ideas are
all part of the Combined Jewish Appeal picture.
Everyone To His Own Taste...
It should go without saying that a person's religious
observance or culinary preference is his own business,
end we don't mean to violate that injunction by comment-
ing en the recipe presented recently in full color on the
front page of the woman's section of a local newspaper.
What struck usand quite a few readerswas the
all-Jewish team 'by obvious name) which prepared end
tested the suckling pig that was the piece de resistance for
the dinner launching the Mexican show at the Lowe Gal-
lery for Miami's Friends of Art.
Everyone to his own taste, as the French say in trans-
lation. We presume that expression came into being fol-
lowing the Enlightenment, to describe the emancipated
Jews as they first tasted pork, but it was some 200 years
before we got a Jewish recipe for the forbidden food pub-
lished in the newspapers.
Comment
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in ins ght of the ami
soci ilogical stu ly In

several nun In I
g he ird Prof >r Sey-
M irtin I ipset of Hat
: Jewish youth nd the
X wish w ij of life: coffei
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to a thousand <:.
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neorl for Jewish solidarity.
X--V. r in Miami's hist ry has
so much roast
sumed by so many in -
time." he b< i
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.' vish youth, accordin
- Jewish p irents b
,- ,phrer c xisl nee. They tlk
: ft-wir : and right-wing.
They come to Miami Beach in
their lily-white
suburbs, spend thous in 1- on a
bar mitzvah party, and the hy-
pocrisy of their liberal talk
nt to their child-
n n "
It is this life-style of th
rican Jew which h. hi !p I
to create an anti-Israel stance
ng so many of the C
in Lii let's an .': si
of the tu iti m it is simil ir t >
th diffi rent standard
ty wh th w >rld ha
applied to Jews and now I i Is-
th it Eban so lucid'.> an I
brilliant'.\ letailed to an
of their el I rs An I it is
us moment that mu
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... ma ts for ir i :
n]y we c nfer foi | c
We are the p ople *'ho b
- i much in that p ace th it
i i t- and cr i '
the ed
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Wit! '
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by EDWARD COHEN
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pvolt ii -
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a "c Ho l" Is. In
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Am an Jewish
He is i tic: 1
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i tated p ilit'callj
: ; Vietn i
... thai ttlement. I
itl icks i
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as they have already begun"
And il s n il nly the Jev s
who wil ff <"'' "Th
pact the i eft mm I -
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. I'ith Jev ->
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i. e >f th Inhibitions
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Itj rhi of Prof Lip-
set '' as -' ish Alienation it -
p irt of th it d Jewish con-
dition, of wh ii Eban s
that they i I res* I thi
nee.
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by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON The SALT
talks are going "very well
b sure, this merely m ins I
Soviets are refrain tl
interminable proo
- : ty, ai cm-;.'. -.
toric with which they h
open everj neg tiati >n.
The break with all past
ts is mildly enc
although it emphatica > loes not
; sui meat at H-
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n '; encour iging that th
Soviets have jusl openi
\,v is in M --
c -w
... ; .- non t
I '.'. L'lbricht.
. h -a- vet
|j prove 1 "' reverse
of the I k cloud with
silver linii If thi
3 11 -
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is obvio- !y i the
Krem n I
SA^MANSHIP
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>ut even that thia I
is really hapj
Nn one should 1^ dec I
the th i ol talks tl
ire ai:': cntly cond
with thi Ch nese in Peking. To
with it is n >'<\ know n I
the two : .; C imn ui
,K talkii
se ol the despairin .
ol th \ ,rth Vietoames *
lose so much f
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ii, al wh
the Soviet
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cont ..'.. North V'iel
by th
si mini rmai in P
the iuniov memfapi if
I! inol Politburo, Hoan V
I:'.
Honng, no doobt. is hanging
nervouslj about on the fringes
of the Sino-Soviel nwtlngs. al-
iv.ost tearfully begging the
Chinese to make any concession1
that may be needed to avert i
future conflict. Nor is this very
surprising, given the real fact^.
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fJcnist fhrildlioiin

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New Israeli Coalition
Government Sworn In
School To Benefit From Art Auction
(( ntimn- Prcsi nl Gamal Abdel Nasser
ol !.... t.
Fanuan 61 Arab planes
H gyptian and 14 Syrian
wi ri mi down by brat ii forces
;i ainsi a loss b. Israel ol nine
Including a Piper Cub,
-v-i' i and 11 illas and sabo-
' avi sin ded in creating
a "stat within a state" In Jor-
dan I cr< ating havoc in Le-
bai .
Th( Premii r expounded In de-
tail oi ihe situation in the oc-
. ;n' where shi
the i nmi nt's policy of a
lb Imi.n Intel fer-
nc> il a ithorities has
1 ici She claimi d
terro ists have bo n
1 to ga ruits among
' al i!n local
.... i- ,.. | 11, r,
i- i in< mpk>.\ nv nl Mrs. Mi Ir
;es' p tlicy
' i-rmits I tradi between
the V.". st Bank ai I Jordan was
wi i k w I. Wesl Bank Arabs
haw nl S I illion worth of
aci le Jordan and
ha*, poi U i ST million worth,
i.
Isra< I's iv w Cabin< t consists
"I Lx ol whon at
presi los. Thcj
B
Mrt ; )lda Mi Ir, Prime Minis-
lei; V.l-.-i' A '. i uty Prime
i and Minister ol Edu-
( a i |i Moshe Da an, Minister
Df Defense; A >ba I an, Foreign
Mil isl '; Piah is Saphir, Fin-
'. \ Sharef, il-
J i A In Lai oi. Israel
Caul: Minis) : Without Port-
; in. .- hlomo Hi! I, Police; Yaa-
cov Shimahon Shapira, Justice;
Shin* I res, Minister Without
l'orif. lo; Ch.ii'n Gvati, Agricul-
ture; Mi nachem Beigin, Minis-
ter Without Portfolio; Joseph
Saphil Traile anil Industry;
G n. !./er Weizman, Transport;
Elimi ech rtimalt, Post; Chaim
Land Di vel tpment; Aryeh
Leon Dulzin, Minister Without
pori!' io; Moshe Chaim Shapiro,
Int. ri a : Dr. Joseph Burg, Social
Welfare; Dr. Zerah Warhaftig,
Religio Affairs; Moshe Kol,
Tourism; Israel Barzilai ami
Victor Shemtov, Ministers With-
out Portfolio. The two latter
mi mbers have th to take
ovi r tli Ministrii s of Health
pect Ivi ly.
All of the Cabinet mi mbers
were sv im in ex ';;t for Mr.
Eban, wh > was visiting th.'
United Si I ind will take the
oath upon his return.
Histadrut V.P. To
\ isit Local Council
! ir. S l Stein, execul h e vie -
res'dent of th Ame*i n it i ;
-it Devi F itindi! m
t !' -i idr il
F S I I,.--.,.-
iday, Dec. 2 ">. R
Kro .:- y chaii
has annom
An Dr.
Stein has I en n fl irts
vas ins....... >l Ine w
techniqu fm l-i Ising for \--
lunl ry, As vice-| i
lenl ol he list idrut Develop-
F ''' >. h li is r
100 Ir h -qui -'- ai
ith .
p i s in 1 >rael.
B -fore Wi r! I W r [I, he vv i
lirecti >! 'ii Jew ish N itioi
Fun I In )' Igium, and lal In
his country ied execut .\ e
oos :..-. with thai organizil
In 1961 h -' a ii i is 'me his
national pxi cutive director
of the [si : Hist idrul Committei
I ) St In will he here to con-
snit \\ith the lea lei ship of i!i
South Flo- ir!. HUta Irul C luncil
n i : r il ion for the Natl
M l-Winter C inference of th
tadrut Foundation, to be hi '..1 in
Miami Beach in February.
'm fit a-1 aucl ion, the r -
sponsored by Oholei Torah Women
In the Caribbean Hut, i, .Miami
Beach, Saturday evening, Doc. 27,
under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Hyman Kolko and Mrs. Sholom
Lifchetz.
Works to DP
auctioned, mas-
terpieces from
the Collectors
Arl Galli ry.will
I)" on exhibit
prior t.i th ac-
tual auction be-
inning at S:.'io
p.m., proceeds of
which will go
towards Oholei
Torah's scholar-
ihin fund, Most
.r the studi nts at Oholei Torah,
a n in-profil institution, atl
a scl basis
i cl il
tors Art Ga pent five
ths ii ratii
1 m ide i i iun I I h
cor'd trips
ol 32 irtists fi in 13 c mi ries.
Included are gouaches, oils. :
lings.
The E ems in '
lh works of Luis Toffoli. pai i of
i rai i Fi
I by 1
; s well ij
hkovich, Tenry D"Anty, 1"
re Fini. and Carzou.
The Israeli entrii inclu le the
work ol Re iven Rubin. 81, 1
greatest living artist, wjjose work
in the new presidential mans
impletion; Eli Weishoff
creator of the famous Ben-Gurion
poi trait and also hie for
some of Israel's most beautiful
stamps, and Simon Kai
e wh msical i ters ar
collectors' items.
Five exceptional .1 ip mesi
leuts will also be
start ng ai 7 p.m. before the auc-
tion it 8:30.
Attorney S. A. Robbing
New Hialeah Judge
s. who
practicing law in Hialeah sine
rea ivi 'I his di gree from the L'ni-
sity el Miami in 1956, w a
sworn in as Associate Municipal
Judge ol the City of Hialeah in
nt ci remonies at the City Hall.
Judge Robbins, a member of the
Mon.la. Dade County and Hialeah-
Miami Springs Bar Asso
is a past president of Gilbert J.
Malkiii Loil^'i'. B'nai B'ritli. th-
West Dade Junior Chamber of
Commerce and the Palm Springs
Lions Club.
Mrs. Kolko

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Fridav. December 19, 1369
Nehemiah Mark's Services Offered
District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler Dan
Satin (third from right) was honored by dig-
nitaries of the Miami Beach Elks Lodge re-
cently. From left to right are Frank Holt, pest
state president; John Trabold, P.E.R.; Grand
Esteemed leading knight Chelsie I. Sener-
chia; Mr. Satin; Excited Ruler Murray Gil-
man, and Marvin Kimmel. P.S.P.
S"en< ::: ih Mark internati
I Hobrai
Is now h
, the wish -hools o
Greater Miami through the Bu
'wish Education. -: to
announcement of 1 ; /-':i""'
bureau president.
Mr. Mirk, who is ofl
manj ye irs of i xpei ienc in I
,nd Jewish I teral i c
thr tugh art to both youth
ad It organiz itions has been
lauded by numerous educati >n i
ncies for his excellent work in
Jewish creative expression, re-
Jew-
Uh learning, f >lkk>re, and culture
| he Bureau >f Jew ish Education
is now scheduling appointments
for his sen Ices t< applying Jew Ish
scho its ol ilv communetj.
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!ood for our survival." he con-
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n icul : ghf i demand that
io one outside our region re-
- rict our negotiating fr<
.tine;
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the /
Nazis
S
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of thi m idem
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"Then
to c violence and to
mystic sanction. There
is a reactionary revolt against
traditional moralities and the
central ideology of order and
peace."
Regarding Egyptian claims of
their air force victories over Is-
rael. Mr. Eban commented, "We
have lost 2.000 more aircraft
than we have ever poss -
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Vatican Seeks Better Attitude Toward Jews
(( (Miliim.-d froir. Page 1-A)
to all levels of Christian educa-
tion," using catechetical manuals,
history texts, and press, radio,
films and television. Such pro-
prams "presuppose" appropriate
training of teachers in Catholic
bi hools, seminaries and univer-
sities, the statement said, and it
rged "IuiiIk r research" on Juda-
ism and Jewish-Christian rela-
tions.
The statement also recommend-
ed joint worship services between
Christians and .lews "whenever
ossible and mutually desirable."
' cautioned that Catholic liturgy
should not present the Jewish
Scriptures as an allegory of the
Christian faith but also to view it
as valid In itself. Teach., is were
Warned nol to make the Old Testa-
ment appi ar in opposition to the
New Testament, as a religion "of
fear and legalism, implying that
nly Christianity possesses the law
of love and freedom." The "dignity
I the human person." the Vatican
Statement said, requires the con-
demnation of all forms of anti-
Semitism" and creation of a true
dialogue excluding "all intent of
proselytizing and conversion."
The statement on Israel, ap-
parently the most specific ever
nade on that issue by the Vatican.
held that Jewish fid- llty to the
Covenant was linked to the gift
ol a land, which in the Jewish
soul has endured as the object
of an aspiration that Christians
should strive to understand, in the
wake of lone, generations of i>ain-
lul exile, all too often aggravated
by painful persecutions and moral
pressures for which Christians ask
i] Ion ol tin ir Jewish brothers."
The statement continued that
"Jews have indicated in a thou-
sand ways their attachment to the
land promised to their ancestors
from the days of Abraham's call-
ing" and "Christians, whatever the
difficulties they may experience,
must attempt to understand and
respect the religious significance
of this link between the people and
the 'tand. The existence ,,f the
State of Israel should not be
separated from tins p< rspective.
which docs not In itsell imply
any judgment on historical con-
sequences or on decisions o| a
purely political order."'
Rabbi H nrj Siegman, executive
vice presidi nt of the Synagogue
Council, called th, Vatican state-
it "a religious document ol
far-reaching consequi nces which
requires the most careful and res-
pi ctful study.' lie said, "A docu-
ment of this importance, which
was months if not years in pre-
paration, should not elicit a quick
and easy response, particularly by
the religious Jewish community
whose central concern is the fun-
damental issues of faith that must
remain central in any Christian-
,li wish confrontation." He announ-
ced that Rabbi Solom m .1. Sharf-
man, SCA president, was con-ven-
ing the sca constituent agencies
to study the document '"and
the reaction of the Synagocue
Council will hi' mad.' public in due
time." He said the Council was
meeting next week for what will
probably be a series of two or
three sessions.
The Vatican statement was
piaised by the American Jewish
Congress, the World Jewish Con-
gress ami the I'nion of American
Hebrew Congregations. Rabbi
Officers Elected By
100 Lincoln Road Club
Samuel Pascoe was elected prcs-
den1 at the recenl annual meetina
of the 100 Lincoln Road Men'-
Club, which will hold its Me \
Ye it's !-\.' party in the Al ;i< --
Hotel Wednesday evening, Dec, 31.
The entertainment committee for
he evening is headed by M *
Rciffen.
s >rving It ;i Mr P isc > i
ins year will be Ham S
president; Moe Rciffen, re-
ording cretat y; Phil Cantor
secretary
S it !': ledman, t i Barne;
Sen to int I u s On the
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the J. wish .:, i, ,g.
nizid ii, i,(i,s ..... t
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called it a "courageous and much
di In d implementation ol Vatican
ii which augurs well for an even
i si i coopi rat m:i betwei n Jews
and Catholics." Rabbi Balfour
Bi ickner, diri ctor ol the commis-
sion on interfaith activities ,f the
UAHC and the Central Conference
of American Rabbis, called the
document A "further indication ol
the seriousness with which Roman
Catholicism has entered into its
modern phase of understanding in
relating to the contemporary Jew
and historical Judaism.' He added
it would be desirable if American
and World Protestantism were
equally forthright in recognition
Of "the place which Jews and
Judaism occupy in theii own Pro-
testant theology and practical
ethic."
Three New York area Catholic
sees have released a set ol "guide-
lines for the advancement of
Catholic-Jewish relations."' which
advocate joint eommunitj level
councils and outline general rules
for Christian-Jewish dialogue. The
document was expected to serve
as a mod. i for community action
to implement the 1967 U.S. Bishops
guidelines and the Vatican Coun-
cil's repudiation of anti-Semitism.
Father Edward H. Flannery,
xecutivo secretary ol the Sccre-
Uuaat for QMSMkWewisfrmwta-
lions ol the U.S. Bishops Commit-
tee foi I imi meal and Inter-
im said the guide-
lines would I* sent to dioceses
throughout the United Stati s The
I'ocumenl was led b; repi
entativos of the Ni w York Arch-
diocese and the Brook 1\ |
Rock\ ille nl i dioceses, in col-
b nation with I ic ADL, the \ w
Yoil ; Jars
"t the maji Jewish traditions.
The lii-diocesan area inclu
some i I million Catholics and
-'..") million Jews.
A major new proposal in the
guidelines suggested that a Catho-
lic-Jewish relations committee be
formed to consider encouraging
"grass roots" councils. Principles
pioposed for Catholic-Jewish pro-
grams included a creation ol
!> rmanent diocesan committees,
which would include Catholic
clergy, religious and laity par-
ticipation and rabbis and Jewish
laymen. Reaffirming the U.S. Bi-
shops' statement, the guidelines
warned against any proselytizing
in dialogues with Jews. There
should be stress on priest-rabbi
frat.rnal encounters and coopera-
tion betwi n service organizations
ol both faiths, according to the
guidelines, which also proposed "a
spirit of openness, candor and
friendship." the development of
institutes for clergy and lav lead-
rs; grass roots dialogues and spe-
cial education programs, as wel
as open houses, Joint social occa-
sions and invitations to rabbis am
priests to explain liturgy and be-
liefs to each other's congregatioi -
Catholics were urged to pray ii
common ith Jews wherevei this
was -mui lallv- acceptable."
i 'onstanl "scrutinj ol < 'atholii
MMs, prayfrbooks and Bther mcdii
v as n commended to Catholic or-
ganizations to eliminate negatiw
n i i' ni' i Ji ws. The documeni
also ask d lhal "eourti s.v am
( harity" |>< rvade Ihi attitudes o
all priests in "the difficult situa-
lloi man ia I tween a Ji
and Catholii VI in.\ s| ecifi
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F( ntainebleau Hotel.
President Harry L. Lew is and '
. Hazel, bead) d the r i
hospital trust., s and
The hospital's i xi c -
pn sident, S. K. i li i
ted Mr. 1.. -
ird of trusti Apprc cia-
Awa I" during the i i
! I v. il M 1'
. \ i

fashi I inl
i! the sick
ss of tl I
said.
Ball for the
ive yi ar was .-
Silbonnar. president of Tropical
Park Race Track, who with his
wife. Lillian, endowed the hos-
pital's "Silberman Pavilion" on
the sixth floor.
tying the entertainment by
TV star Diahann Carroll with the
Sllbermans were Rep. and Mrs
Claudt !\ pper, Mrs. Felix V
Mr, and Mrs. Arnold Winick,
M s. Mi ton Ellis, M
Mrs. Starr Horton a:..1. .''.
Mr-.
.i\ ie leaders
i Bea
Lewi it Mr.
I Mrs. Max < ivil
Mrs. Baron deHirsch Meyer, Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Abess, Mr. and
Mrs. William D. Singer. Mr. and
Mrs. John Serbin and Federation
President and Mis. Milton Weiss.
One of thi original founders
Cedai : "i Li banon Hospital, pi
t emeritus Harold A. Lai
I, hosted Mr.
Mrs. v> lib n ~: :. r, Jack
Sa s and >
Greene were set
r T ras a
I Dr. i -
Bn
n with 1 '
G us F
were potted chatting with the
Bronsteins. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
:: and Mr. and Mrs. Elliott
Blumenthal; Leon Ell was at the
Sam Luby fable, and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Nordwall, Mr- and Mis.
William i rone, Mr, and Mrs. Rob-
ert Radio ..-'id thi Leonard I
enjoyi d 'i'tiu ',:' Mr- a,"i
. l:\ii. Korach.
Dan. Ing to I
at I
E. AH rl Pal-
Friday, December 19, 1969
lot. Mr. and Mrs. Tully Dunlap,
Mr. anil Mis. Vernon Lowe and
Mr. and Mis. Kdward Gerrits.
The Coral Gablrs contingent l:i-
|i Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A.
i : : and Mr. and Mis. David
I:-. I ih r V"IP* "ii ti- i
o : O dars' Ixiard of trust
Mr. and Mis. B. n ts'ovaek,
.i and Mrs. Irving Cyj n, I
is M Ro and Mr. and
':;-. Sol Sha: i ,
New Officers Are
Elected By Club
..' Morris E, Baris 'i was
d presi lent "f the li ids >n
i' unty, N .1 Club at its recent
m .tin.'. Installation of the
slate of officers will take
> a1 .it" Algiers Hoi il We Ines-
J in, 21.
Other officers who will he in-
I Coum Mat-
v< SI pir -! : I ''
nes Nor-
ton La p
!:'.::_ Sm th, '
g0] ... .
Sm h recordiri
' Spiro, cot
tary; Harry Pi '<. I tii!-'
sident H I
esi lent.
tors ii
1' \ r. An i sberg R B 'rm n
Dr I C
; ,t. sep i M in
Perkei. Hon. Louis h stall- Founders'Day Luncheon
Perln ti >r, It
- n. Chief J L I th
.-' k-sk) Lil S
-unstein.
,
Dr. and Mrs. Ben Oren, left, chat with hospital trustees Mr.
and Mrs. David Sluzin at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital's
Eighth Anniversary Ball.
Heading the receiving line at the Eighth An
held by Cedars oi Lebanon Hospital rece I
Fonlaineblecu Hotel were Harry L. Lev.- sidenf oi
hospital's board oi trustees end Mrs. Lewis.
I '.
n by th
Samuel R. Iser will be guest forte 1
.< ; the Found* re' Day with
heon of the Stephen S. Wise DeWitt. Gi
T Ar nsb rg will
.- an I publ rel I
group of Hadassah, noon. Monday M igid,
Amci | the 8CC auests at the Eighth An
Cedars cf Lebanon Hospital were Mr. and Mrs.
Byre:. leil and Dr. and Mrs. Loonard Broci
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*Jen iti fhcrSdlilcim
Page 9-A
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Rabin To Supervise Senior Citiiens Club;
Y'-Sponsored Israel Tour Set For March
appointment ol Herbert |
bin to the YM-YWHA staff has
'"" need by Efralm H.
executive director. Mr. Ru-
' e the : cti\ itres of
the S nior Citizens groups at thi
YM-YWHA of Greater Miami.'
i i St, and the North
Y* at 16! >1 NE 4th \
Ys S

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R in, -who spei
I : d his B.A
ol '
fit Co'-
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his i -., .
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CY) !
J\ oitftcltown
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.i
: 'inner re'.< ion hold
' dinii i 'if the
on i: I. for lira.
Alii Kit n I *'.-.. Fanny
H '< in \i< I as hi <- and
i its fi
Allison were Mrs. Jennie
Horwits. Mra. Ma Cohen, Sarah
\a ;:. Mrs. Bonnie Baum,
Mrs. E ti II Degat; I Mrs.
in ri -'.i< ibson; a o < .i the
:-: re Mrs. Ann < :-
Vstrotl '. i ;'
">; .. \o\ i. k of t!i Lomb
(
the Senior Friendship Club at the
North County V at 8 p.m. Satur-
day during the cam.:; party which
ill be held by the group in the
Washington Federal Auditorium,
' 99 NE lti7th St.
Thi .- nioi s' cli b will also mi 11
il 8 p.m. Tin sday in the North
'.- iV at ] : NE ith .v
for a eel
a occur-
il i ol l>- ci m-
. Interested set itain
1 r infoi ion fron
lul
YM-YWH

tour ol i whii h
Dernier Named Chairman



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Mayor Jay Dermer has been
named chairman of the National
Committi i ol the Hi brew Acade-
my of Greater Miami for its 22nd
annual scholarship dinner to be
hclil Sunday evening, Jan. 11. at
the Deauville Hotel, according t.i
announcement made by Louis Mer-
tvitzer, president of the school.
Ma .ur and Mi s. I rmer w.i re
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mil si ol honor al the dinner which
will hi lp in I rovide full i r .partial
'' ho ity ol tin'
mere t i .
Academy the largest Hebrew
day school in the South. The event
will also mark the- 22nd anniver-
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day school, which has grown from
a stud,nt body ol a handful to on
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Page 10-A
*Jewish ncrkKan
Friday, December 19, 1969
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Do Not Divide U.S., Israel
B.v RABBI TIBOK H. STERN
.la, >ii ( Cohen
< onimuiiiiy Synagogue
When a father walks with his
two sons holding one at his right
and tin' other at hi? left, he be-
comes either the fore ol separation
between them
or the magi* -
tie power of uni-
ty, letting the
c u r r e i! i run
igh him
- ill to
the other, it
.,- Blso
to l> ci i" an-
other phenome-
na and that is
thai the two
Rabbi Stern B ma Bl
the balance of their father in the
ci nti
Both America ami Israel arc the
the proud offsprings
ol the Jew. We have a share in
the founding anil the development
ol loth and we proudly haii the
fact 'iat we sired sueh j^reat
contributions to civilization and
1< culture.
What is the role of the Jew who
wishes to hold on firmly to these
gri at and independent offsprings?
Then- is the Jew who stands be-
tween trie two with full aim to
create a wall of separation be-
tween them, his stand is a wedg<
and a blank wail. There is how-
ever a Ji w whose intentions an
perhaps good if not innosjsrtt, but
he is causing a cancerous damage
to the co-existence ol Israel and
the United States. His dovish
n on am and his ha ki-;:
.olicy ,n another, his moratorium
on war in Vietnam and his mora-
torium on peace in Israel leaves
Tin observer with doubt and sus-
i icion, u that th nter
is "n tl ''h of b ith or
. i, : me. i loth his Am< ri-
ism and his sympathy toward
[si el is qw stioned.
I appeal to my fellow brethren,
the J< wish, c mmunity of the Uni-
ted States, yi s. stand in the center
and hold on to Am Tica and to Is-
rael but for the sake of both of
them and for the sake of yourself.
do not divide the two. do not
separate one from the other. You
and your Jewishncss, your action
your thinking and above all your
religious observance shall be the
magm tic and cohesive instrument,
that because of YOU both shall in
return uphold you and support
you, so that Israel. America and
the Jew shall be' threefold blessing
of humanity.
Millers Will Host
Post-Concert Fete
Mr. and Mrs. David Miller of
6620 Allison Island will host a re-
ception following the concert pre-
s nted at Temple Beth Sholom
Sunday by the Metropolitan Opera
Company husband-and-wife team
ol Evelyn Lear and Thomas
Stl svr.lt.
Among the honored guests at
the- even) I ting the two famous
artists w ill be the "angi Is" v ho
have been behind the project, in-
lii tl Dean of the Universitj
Mian l's S hool of Music, Dr.
William Lee and Mrs. Lee, Dr
and Mrs. Arturo DiFilippi. Mr. and
Ins. N. rui 5, Mr. and Mrs.
Isadorc Hi i ht, Dr. and Mrs. Paul
Csonka, Mr. and Mrs. .lames Al-
bert, R il bi and Mrs. I., on Kroi
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Courshon,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Courshon, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Gordon, and many
other li ading music I.....i ol the
c mmunity.
IOHS
&
crvices
)
t WALOM CONGREGA- ital Mltsvah Fram
T 5H*LU *w n,.hili. ", .ui.l Mr*. .M1-U..1

AHAVAT S M A t-u" 0rthodox. Ml nod Mr* Mrw-.n I ..
TION. 995 SW 67.h Ave. ui 1 ,.,,, ,. ,,. .,,.
Cantor Morrn Barr.^ M|. .(|ii| M|s ,..n| ,
TH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken. Rabb, Eupene LabOvitx. Car::r Ed-'
8 dl" Dr S M.a,..,. Reform R.bbJ ward Klein. 29
ftrMrt-Bau-ngard. Cantor Mich... ^^ .^^.^
Kyrr. Or'hodox. Rabbi Phineas v. elier*
i ...
Mir I : '"
BETH EL. 500 SW
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN JEUoi r 102*
N E. Miami Gardens Dnv Con.
servative Rabbi Milton S.rinskv
N 17th Ave. Orthc Cant0P Tibor Moies ii
dox Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
S ui lo> n '
I I pi
. -|j p in Si
.1. u Anel \v hy '
Thi templi 's Culture and Fine
is undi r the chaii -
dp of Mi l i.e. id l>i ticker.
Alsop
United Synagogue President
To Address Area Temples
J icob St. in, newly elected pr si-
dent of the United Synagogue of
America, an organization of more
ihan X31 synagogues with a con-
stituency of some 1.5 million, will
visit the' South Florida area this
v. i kind.
Mr. Stein will speak at Temple
F.manu-El, Miami Beach. Fridav
night; address Beth David Con-
gregation, Miami. Saturday morn-
ing, and meet with leaders from
it Florida congregations at a
specially convened breakfasl Sun-
day morning, at Temple Menorah,
Miami Bi ich. Mr. Stein will speak
on 'The United Synagogue in
the TVs."
The ni w pi. sidi nt ol the 1
s had sen ed as its \ ,,. -
pi-' r th pasl tour yi
mei ly I pn Idi i t of the
Mi tro| olitan Co incil ol the Ui it d
S 'iee-president of
'
. Sti : serves as
il Enroll-
Plai : i Tl ologi-
. lea.
Vctn : nunal and
civil s si
Mi. St '.. I ited from
Col ,', is a build
JACOB STEIN
, n I land de\ eloper, An
i s he has held an pn si-
: ': Great Ni ck,
l.Y .
,
i United S
ii. nt. J' wish Tl eal for <
N u York Ci
:;;.,; :..., :i
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAK PORTION
Vayiggash
.1 nil> :.
"And thej took ... hi h i
i
and all hi! : 46 i'.
VAw rf'rASH lud
he was res]
the tt son to tl

Hi i ither together I
and po trn to E the duration of
Al Beei In i God n move I .1 | the
wisdom of this course of action; He appeared to Jacob with
.voi.N: "Fear not to go down into Egypt; for I will there
make of thee a great nation" (Genesis h'.3i.
Jacob came to Egypt "with seventy souls." Joseph .
them the land of Goshen to settle in. They flourished and
multiplied.
This recounting of the WVekly Portion <>l th- Law is extnirtitl
and haned upon "Tin- Gruphk" History irf tlw Jew ish Hevftage,"
edited by P. Wollnwn-Tsaniir, SIS. Publisher in Sh*>nsrold. and the-
volume in available at 75 Maiden I-iine, w York, N.Y. HrOJH.
.To-w-ph Sehlane l*> president of the society ilist rihutiiiK the volume.
Continued from Page 4-A
plus the North V'iett e in-
terest in th. i itcome
To begin with, it is |
clear th the Chin >nlj ron-
sente I I i talk it all because ol
Siiviet tl its whic have
- i that Pham
V in Dong ntei n< I Thi
'
|
re ha !
S ts ol in extrenn
crude and brutal kin I
To g th, lx>Th sides
now word that
,-ery p wrly;
p ilic
;, irtant ol
al!, fact that
the S iviets 1 set this
rnt 1
.. es-
. War II.
dinar;
.....
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"entral Asiai
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not I
.-
' i -
pear I I t at!
for tl defensive
a rations are being made all
ov.-r (i :n A- noted the odds
on the Chinese fears Ix-ing con-
firmed are no better th m even
But surely tl, arc quite
ugly enough.
BETH TORAH. NE 164tn St it -,?,
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Mn Lip.
schitx. Cantor Jacob Renier. 34,
-
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 1l>"-d St.
Conservative. Raobi Charles Rubel!
Cantor Jack Lerner. ,
-. |. in s.'i mon v
Voui 1 "hlldn n 1
---------
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NOBTH 04DE
18801 N.E. 22nd Aveiu- F-' r..i!
RabUi Ralph P. Kingsley 37
, > s :". p in s. 1 rni .,
!. ., >1 ...
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 1g'^ NE
19th Ave. Orthodon. Rabbi Jonsh E.
Capian. 33
. |, ii-. H Ui II -. 1
v KiirmulH I 1
Pi
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naltali Porosh 39
"in Saiui day s, ,-
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th mull Th. Original (>p|i rtu |>r.>.
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drann. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11 --------
. pm hihI r. pm Sei C0RAI GABUS
.> m -------
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 G-mada
I. .. in Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morr Kip-
-------* per. 40
MINYONAIREs SYNAGOGUE. S737 Kriila) I.", p in In-, um -
B.rd Rd. Modern Traditional 12 KoII'MVikI I>j Itlhli rHwu ,:-
------ 11:1.*. a in H.11 lain
OROLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW J6th ,, \|, ....
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Ma
Shap.ro. Cantor Ben Dickson.
,. K. |. .11 .- } ""H'l
SVorld w
,.,| |iy Olll S.ltUI I
1, m S.-rmon .v N. Api>i
p,iri .-. ni i...u p m .- 1
\ Veuel.m.
-
BETH TOV (TEMPLE) 6*38 SW
8th St Conservative. Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkes 8
I'n.l.o *:l.'i p ni iui l si" ikiT
s.omi. i Krw.fl Sul.i. rni I
U Thi II 11 ll.iei KiillvniHl h>
iineR ShuliliHt
----
ISRAEL (TEMPLEl Or GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
I : Ida) i m Si 111 in from iui
Tli. Itojn
',1 1 'u Itll al Itevi Iui
i
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 1S
I p m ..:nl |. in Sill ui a.. >
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. 14
TIFERETH JACOB. ITEMPLE). 951
E. 4th Ave.. H.aleah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. IS
11.
.1111.01
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zam;-. Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Btrger.
Cantor Richard Browdy. 41
Iny stIS |. m bWrhhi "Wl --
Satui 'i iy X:4S a m
Thi Torali lun
....
FT. IAU0ERDAIE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). M7 E.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi -- don
Edwards. Cantor Maurice S?u
42
ZION (TEMPLEl. 8000 Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man, ig

NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION,
13600 W D.n.r H.vy. C0nscrv.1t,ve
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel Cantor
Ben Z.on Kirschenbau n
p in Si 111.
I that Su
MIAMI BEACH
AG'-'DATH ISRAEL 780" Carlyle Ave.
Orthofl^' ....
BETH ISRAEL "3 40th St. Orth, | .
Rabbi B--ci M -g
BETH JAC.-B .-. .on Ave. EMANU-EL. 1801 S Andrews Ays.
Or' Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Lev ton.
/ Cl Cantor Jerome Klement. I
i CANDLELIGHTING TIME \
10 TEVETH 5:14

Ra
Dj- HALLANDALE JEWISH CE'.-Et.
-. E. F,...... ^ 44

' rrold
. BETH EL (TEMPLE' 5 14r Ays.
~r Reform. Rale; Bamutl Jal'e. 41
-

HAUANDAIE
HOLLYWOOD
Cuban me bi ition
Ay Ortl
' "i 3
-''''' EMPLI rot Wash.
A v<
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HEBREW ACADEMV
ox. Rabl
COHEN COMMUN
I
' Ergel.
JAC I
- v.. w iv, u ^ 1 r v
. r H
' Enaal -
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE. '72B
Monroe St. Conservative. Pabbl
M rton Malavsky. Cantor lr nj
Goid. <
----
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 JOhniO" St.
Conserv.it.v*. Rabbi David S ap.ro.
Cantor Yehudah H-.lbraun. 47
MIRAMAR
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ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 69.-0 S V. 35th
St Conservative Rill f I J.
w nograd. Cantor Abraham K itar.
a
P0MPANO BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 182 SE l'<
Conservative. Rnbbi Morr SKop.
.11
a-
nCabbinical \Jelevision jPromram*
II. !l
Ch, Hi g 30 ,,.,. the J-wish VfoisMp Hour.
Host: Rabbi Ralph p Kjni.sley,
Temple Sinal e.f North Dade.
,
Heat: Dr. Irving La-hnnan. R.ihbl
Temple Emanu-El. Miami Beach.
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)
Friday, December 19, 1969
* IfnisHTkridfter
Paac 11-A
42
Poller Guest Of Honor
At Annual JNF Dinner
Poller, Bay Harbor l<-
oessman, community
leader nnd philanthropist, will be
the gu< si ol honor al the annual
Jewish N iti mal Fund banquet,
h will be held al the Fon-
t linchleau Hoi l at 6:30 p.m. Sun-
day, Dec. 28.
Ad in many Jewish and civic
:in?s. including Nation il
Children's Cardiac Hospital, and
the Federation's Israel Emergency
Fund campaign, Mr. Poller. who is
active in the television Industry
- i pasl president of th.' Miami
N itlonal Bank
State, county and city officials
as well as community leaders are
cted to attend the function,
for which Sir Harriett Janner, sen-
ior member of the British Parlia-
ment, will be guest speaker, En-
tertainment is to I*- provided by
Lee Sohn, Korean singing star of
the Place Pigalle, who is studying
Hebrew in order to faithfully in-
terpret the Hebrew gongs he will
i"' singing at the dinner.
The dinner committee, headed
bj Miami Beach Mayor .1 iy Der-
who is president of the Jew-
-h N itional Fund of Greater
mi, includes K ibbi M iver
i iv itz Mr. an I Mrs. M i\
Vffa ner. Benjan In ApD -1 Andi e
s LcM'T B '!m i::.
i im, i s Ida Bo
Jo pit Cohen Mrs Be
i- i -' F
Filosof, Ezra Fin
\ ml
y Robert CJ Abra-
li ... i Al h m Grim
I
NEW CONGREGATION
DESIRES TO ACQUIRE
TWO TORAHS
In good condition with
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Of call 865-9050
hut, Max Hecht, Mr. and Mrs.
Peter F. Hell. Isai c Jacobowitz,
Sam Kagan. Bernard Katz, Zev
W. Kogan, San Kopkind, Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman, Mrs, Louis Lustig,
Mrs. Abraham Mason, Herm m Me-
dow, Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Mentz.
Morris Minov, Sam Pasc Irving
Pictrack, Mrs. Miriam Press;
And Abe Rappaport Isidore Rif-
kin, i: irry Rosen, Juli is Rosen-
stein, Mrs. Fi eda Sack. Lou Sam-
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Shklair, Meyer Siegel, Ben Silver.
Bernard Silver. Mr and Mrs. J.z.
Stadlan, Simon Tetenbaum, Mrs.
Anna Warren, Mrs. Ida Wessel,
Mortis Yudewitz. Dr. Baer Zuck-
erlvwin and Josrph P. Zuckerman.
Rabbi Lehrman is chairmnn of
tlv Jewish National Fund Foun-
dation; Peter F. Heller is public
relations director.
Chapter Marks 17th Year
The Miami Beach Chapter of
the City of Hope will hold a party,
Saturday at 8:30 p.m. in the Deau-
ville Hotel, to celebrate the 17th
Anniversary of the hospital. Morty
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A benefit preformance -if "Ma-
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Friday, December 19, 1959
Members of the Ben-Gurion Bialik Farband
branches attending a recent Jewish National
Fund gathering received congratulations for
establishing a grove of trees in honor of
Israel's President Zalman Shazar on his
80th birthday. Among these present were
Mayshie Friedbeig, left; Cantor Saul Breeh,
who had arranged a musical program for
the evening; Mrs. Joshua Stadlin, Mrs. Jack
Filosof; Jack Filoscf, who was cj-'.e'rrctmg
his 75th birthday; Zev W. Kogan, guest
speaker for the occasion; Israel Finkel, Mr.
Gingcld and Abraham Fraidlin.
< larner Bank Adds
ner Hank of Miami Beach is
offi ing completi Master
'harge services for the shopping
\ nil nee ol residi nts ol the
- atei Miami area, Its vice presi-
!. s Schooley, who is in
gi ol the bank's credit card
\ ices, has announced.
Mast r chars: is currently ac>
i bj more than 10,000 111, !-
ts throughout South Florida,
- well as by hundreds of thoti-
Is '>f sinii'ar business establishm-
ents throughout the nation. Mr.
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[aster Charge are included in one
1 thly bill, and there is no serv-
charge on bills paid within 30
hi said. A small service
is aided for payments ex-
led beyond the 30-day period,
Ided.
The Master Charge convenient
ment policy enables customers
budgi t major purchases or
seasonal exp< ns s," the bank
ifficial said, "and shopping is now
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erson or by phone and take ad-
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s.
Master Charge also provides
ravel convenience with airline
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Master ( hai ;i 1 ards are a pted
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goods and si rvices may be secured
uithoul iid tape thro use
. the i ard.
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the Mastvr Charge plan, which
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Page 13-A
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Rabbis Opposed To Secularization
1
<
1 DITQB, Tie Jewish Florldlan:
eons thai th Oil
.* n ":y"iiti net iwmmii
lofcfl ;,; i. ally I
. ii.!$ will Ua ::iv.r. spai i i.
it"* thai wi have in i
:. ui itj If-crowi com
li aders' who hi exclusive
i o : ii, t> hail in l to
I the Ji \. ish coinn nit v.
. is 'thi comim iltj '
r el anti-estab-
nt.
I : .! be km wn om an I
thai m ithi i the Ameri :an
ish Con mil I as the man-
the total Ji wish Com-
.. Ity, nor thi Ami rican J< wish
ss, i i so n cord in ilv
I. ..i s cularizati in of our coun-
y is sham, ful l I;t upon the
j. wish people.
it is a known I I i the
ority of Ami i ican Jews ai
1 i aring, traditional oi r -
ile, true to the di mocratic
inci] li s 'if our coui i I asi ii
: n ill.' divine-given Torah.
Ti is harmful to our peopli and
to the people of Israel to permil a
ndful of people, how vocal they
.] ay be, t i force upon the Jev
o| li a philos iphy In v hich they
don't i lii ve and do not adhere to.
The majority f the Jews will
not replace G-d for pornography
In our public institutions. They
will not give sanction to atheism
.1, our public school systi ms. Sinci
ligion was banned in public
school, pornography, pot inde
exposure and behavioi bordering
n anarchy pit vails, all i ncouragi d
: ; toned by our liberal Jew-
ish ministers. Furthermore the
same religious k aders carry the
di n of guiH for thi erosion of
i U.S. policy toward the Stati
Israel. These 'pi aci mi ngers' are
s for the in. mil s of Israi 1
I of theUJS.
bi Joseph Karasik, pres'.di nl
tl e Union of Oithodox Con-
f Vietni so ii rliubi
' .:
' <', th -' .:
... '; An ican J' w-
; li:i a. 1.
that the
ilenl majorit
i. i.. i the '- lice I i
ish-
. ., tm i t,
' i li as in the S interne i !o irl
n i need spokes-
ii ional plemi nts.
I- t I kit ti tii.it th se ele-
i an n pn stntit ; onlj a
:"i' nl ol thi wi h pi o-
: :. ih woi l-l <'.. r, may a be
; "Jdi in | iblic
n, or Vi. tnam, or
: may bi the iss le ton
row. Let then spi ik I ir th< m-
nd Fi no ime i Ise. I., i
thi m nol | n i the impression in
ton thai there is oi
ONE Jewish opinion and that
is thi irs,
RABBI TIBOB H. STERN
Jacob (". Cohen
Community Synagogue
EDITOR, The Jewish Florldlan:
In the i asi I've held Dr. v. all i
Zand In high esteem for his work
i area director of the American
lewish Committee. His activities
i'. promoting the rights of the in-
dividual and for civil rights an
..mm< ndable.
But in a l.tt.r published last
.\c< k in your paper he has goni
compli ti ly out of line with his
. high ideals.
Hi taki s me to task for x-
Ing a Mew which does not
ci ncur with thai ..f certain ag i -
ties. And prior to my appearance
before the Dadi County School
ird, he had in fact atti mpted
to vet me to ipi ress my v iew -
.ii! not t stify.
Why
.
real ]
istin .. i ilcncefj i
ith him
i**""*iiMro Agn v.-ot the Liberal

Becaus en of
my |
-eh i ; have that I be-
i the welfan
Such an
le -.' Id un-
I fitting i i my i ailing as a si ii I
.'!. i : h to the sul :
prayer in sch s is | I by
my ci :..' rn for a stable. w< II-
adjusted society. This directly af-
fects the Jewish community. Pasl
and con iry history has
- i'.: thai ihe J. \^s are alw i
the first victims of the turmoil
that follows ii;. breakdown ol an
ordi rly society. And if prayer in
the schools would help our young-
sti rs b- ci me well-adjusted, then
ii is our duty to bring tins about.
'1 hen are no hidden motivi s be-
hind my stand.
I! .in. s mit dispute the stalis-
tics I quoted because they are in-
de. d fact tal. But he challi nges
my correlating drug abuse t'i thi
cessation of prayer in schools as
"spurious."
inn- School Board docs nol think
is he d". s. Thi y voti d six to one
to accepl my proposal. The only
one voting against me Anna
Brennei Meyi rs approached me
prior to the public hearing and
asked that I remain silent. She
was prejudici d to the point thai
she told me thai her mind was
up to
pro, os8 even with
i
I eting of th
rd \ lociation
was held in 1
-___ir n tioi i is
i lur si tors smen and
local officials
v. iih my views. No1 one so far
'.us voici d di ; I \\, a me.
Th^y fibWohslv do n \ cdhsid r mj
logic spurious".
I p is a si
I amen I
Constil i. .. : allow non-
sectarian prayers in schools. My
fi ail v oil e has mi r Ij bi I
to this commendable cause which
has th backing ol the majority
r citi ns an I oi r law-maki is.
i fully ii will b come law in
the near futui
This win heia a Lol to promote
the well-bi Ing : ry
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Friday. Deceirier 19, 1969
Capital Spotlight
By Milton Friedman
i\
Anti-Semitism From Both Right, Left Extremists
Washington
in THE opinion of some observers,
the recent polarization of American
opinion on the Vietnam issue is creating
a climate conducive TO anti-Semifism.
wi h is beginning to emerge from radi-
cal extremists of both right and left.
A report from South Vietnam by
Max narcl Parker. Saigon bureau chief of
Newsweek magazine, -aid. "Since they are convinced th;'t
it is not the loss of men and money that is b-hind much
of the U.S. protest, there are some Vietnam se possibly
tutored by their American friends who are b.-ginning to
look beyond the Communists for other scapeg -.its."
Mr. Parker was told by a Saigon cabinet member,
"The Jewish voters in the United States are forcing Mr.
Nixon to leave here so hi- can send American troops and
planes to Israel to help fight the Arabs." This is only one
of many such statements made by government leaders.
U.S. officials say they feel S.iigo-. of'eia^s do not
understand the domestic American sc^-v ind their on-
clusions should therefore be disregarded. But a number
... nportant personages in Washington, within and with-
out the adminis'ration. hav. privately suggested that
too man] Jews are ap7x-..r;r.t; in peace demonstrati..::-
WI .^contend that tht-"gi 'M silent itiajoiaty'- is growing
vexed by the alleged prominence of Jews in the peace
movement and leadership of revolutionary youth groups.
H the Communists are-as anti-Semitic as depict..;, th >
ask. why do many young Jews march around with Red
;s and portraits of Ho J i Minh and Mao Tse-tung?
The letter from Prime Minister Go'.da Meir com-
mending President Nix Nov. 3 speech on Viet
nam has been Beer bin ly announcing her position
on the side of the *i rity," and n as i
repudiation ol a "-:- "" N v,n P1;0'
on Viet:.
_\. .!>. m > m ;. Jews
might resent pre*sii I right for conformity, but
new developments ii the -ftisl ramp have brought con-
sternation. The r ical t'l lisplayed new evidence
of prejudice. Wh the SDS >xpl >ited the Nov. 15 p<
mobilization in Washington, a split oeeurrrd in new left
ranks when the Embassy of Israel turned up on a list
of Fascist-Reactionary" embassies to be "liberated." The
Jewish radicals elected to march out to participate in
t!v -^'lomn procession against the war that night instead
oi storming out into the streets to fight the authorities.
They envied names of war dead from Arlington Ceme-
tery t., th< Capitol, and Liter held a Hebrew memorial
p In from of the White House, reciting the Kaddish
for "the \.,v:r.- of Nixon's war." Thousands of non-
cal Jews participated in the general demonstration,
ng no c mflict in marching for their convictions even
though a few Red banners were in the crowd. Many
-i idents canv to the demonstrations to observe however.
They left early. The Communist banners remind"* thom
t,, much of N isser and the El Fatah terrorist*
Many youths said they opposed the Vietna olve-
,,. .r -mjust war but consider Israel ftt in
I ntext They saw Israel as the :!> i.-tim
i -.-I n
IN
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BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebman
"Prayer In Judaism" By Rabbi Martin
Our film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
a t NIQUE Intr ''.
^* tmental docti I tes of
i. ish t ilth found i R ibbi
Bernard Martin'-- Prayer in Judaism
Books, s"."1 p. -.:: i '.

pri ducing a hook to aid ling th^l
h would ; fit and
[l less ti
.. :, sponsi' joint rea lins th?
yers. and mi '
i
would be moii
- '
As W- Were Saying: By ROPEHT E. SSGAl
ucators' Battle
that came int M cti< n of tl S or I
Tempi.' 70''. i completed his con-
(j, s< ,- 7 ;, ... m -1 ilii rian structure ol
-.. iynan in I W originally, all
.. .. ...... 'The
.,. | with sacr menl
e.-in ed in th.
. >e position derived
A i
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: Religion n
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I
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A
fa
- 'tick I
L. K. S Christ
.
t.. Reston Decency jitimal efforts to |
- facts of repr< d ictioi
I lopment in the public schools hav.
recently come to light:
The attacks against Dr. Mary Calderone, dis-
tinguished executive director of the Sex Information
Education Co inc >< the United States, who is as-
sailed for "having leftist sympathies, inasmuch as
she is the niece of the left-wing" poet. Carl Sand-
burp." Her statements are deliberately lifted from
i ntext and extorted.
The Louisana House of Representatives voted
94 to 4 to bar: \ ducartion below the ninth grade.
- keep alcobol ard narcotics away from them
until thej 17, e..-d we ojght to keep this mass
mx :......". n ..'<'. from therr., too," said the bill's
pr< i> Rep. Fred Hayes.
In Nets York, a bfll aimed at undoing -'\ "d\ic~-
ted 1 I g ago has been spon-
sored in the state .'!siaturf. California's. Statt
Board of Education h;.s started an investigation of
sex education nurses, ard adopted a resoluti
against teaching children anything aboul sex bed
thi \ are nine. !'- v. E. Andrew Smith of. Worcesl r
Mass h inced the argument that are un-
abli Biblic ral viewpoint on sex, be-
' t that ligi ius involvement is ban-
ned i- ehoolq '. I dozens of parents' groups
iwni intlj eous in
tough for compe-
children on the
i il i e of sex
' on her by
th. l-inl I. Di ilderone, a
Quak an to lie
. I
il purpo ......i
in'.-i.' ties :.. untry and 1
->.-'.; it cers a h king '>
tt( I, and
'. i itegrity of
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i* and lure ii
its md seems good to V
. if hi p the Jew
grateful for the pra) on k I thi words of C! rist i
scholar, he should "thank God, ^'.: fathers b*l
him. tor th<" noblest liturgy the ini .: faith can -now
Rahhi Martin concludes, "If the Bible may be described
as containing the highest word oi God to man. den .-t
may certainly be said of the Jewish Prayer Book that
it contains the highest word of man U> God.'
But words are hollow unless their meanings are
understood and they are said with kavaiuk. Intense spir-
itual concentration.
Siege' Based On Fact
1%1'KIM. her stay In Hoi y ..>d.
Gils A Igor, Btai ol Israel's
highly-ac -1 lim d .....ire,
Sii : t ild this "i' nnii that
' h rse the ..! \ for
it iry ye irs ._. il ..... haps
: ng serie >i rtiactissions Void
by h pi ucei Vaakov
v ml "to
T..f ino fter the Six-Day V f it I
.
.... n-bori
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Des [ei Deatl
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ne meets her h (el >r
screei -i.- rows 1
: tense di u p iwer.
Dannj K yi pla> i 1 and footprints in
the cement if Gi I Theater recently
rrfm star so honorrd this year. High-
' ".. ire industry's salute to Danny was the
r-irtir ^rtion o! hundreds- at children undeT- the
BfJSUSUUlBp e: th Sou them- Cahfemia chapters of
the United Nt of the rMr.ec.ans- humanitarnin efforts- here and
abroad.
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Israel Newsletter
By CAM ALPERT
Response To War Of Attrition

A NEW spirit
is talcing
held in Israel.
If th-- Ara bs
thought rA>mbs
in apa.tmen*
5, booby
traps nt< i
for children,
and sneak blown on the ei\
front would strike terror
the h the 1st ic
were mist :<. n. The rea :tio i
quite the O] I... Th.-re I a
growl Ing tin the th
has come to strikn back
hard.
Reports fro- nn of
America's leanu .: tow ird po
litical agreement .. ith the So> ie
.i reg H ling the Middle East
ii .). have giv-
en dp i "i to the loca
i cti' i -. pr .... i
' view, express, d by Ch i
-; ',-t TH '. i id t ,
the i Arabs think tney wii] wage a
war ..f at'ntion against Israel
Wi must not wait to be worn
skmal retaliation is
t enough \\v must strike na^*
I destroy the economic
ba of these countri< -
nt on annihil i
Oui blows should be at tl
In art their pi im ...
' prises ind I
:'. will quickly Ii
.'* it'., r It tter-writi i says: We
trlke ini > the verj hi i
" "i'; i Israel s n p j
I am from ind. pendant.
indei jr amd guerrilla ui its an
government could
lh ii ai Mons. ju&t as
' Ai ib states do theirs.
' rdttig t,> r>r. ShmueJ l i lectarer in history at Tel
"rsity. whose thesis ap-
[H-arrd in "Haareti," any long
drawn-out confrontation cannot-
DS in Israel's fnror. The olution
must be (]uick. thorough and de-
cisive, tu1 said, and made three
points: U> such a solution is
necessary because [si lei is al-
ready subject to i "' itlnufaig
war; <2i such a soluttor is pos-
slble bet nise, despite R i sian
ail. the Arab armies ire no
h for Israel's tol ly; (3)
such i a ilutlon will be worth-
while because, if it is strong and
nag it wiU bring .1 >wn the
existing hostile governments in
ral Arab states Di Galai
not advocate .,. upvmg
more territory, bat utterly de-
stroying th.- Arab military ma-
chme The Sia-Day War was
t.H. quickly, l"' says, to
ring aboul the swaepinK in_
rnai oollapee necessary h> |,r,d
the continued threat ol sggrea*
v, Such ls th* ro..l m
growing ie IsvMLL
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r, December 19, 1969
vJewfoti ftrrkKmn
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
THK COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 86143
>; Estate at
> TRICE TRAPP
......se.l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ml Creditors and All Puraemi llav
i .'minis or Demands Against Saul
Y..U are hereby notifit-<& anil requir-
.. pen lien I any claims and demands
li you mny have against the .?-
of BKATKICK TRAPP deceased
(.1 I > i.l. County. Florida, to the
hui.ty Judges of i-i.i. County, and
. ,ln- salin- ill duplicate mid as
aided In Section 733.M, Florida
iut< .in their office* in the County
urt house In Dade County. Florida,
litl-tn six culeutlnr mouths from the
.1 the first pul>ll<-atiou hereof,
ihe Ham*' will be burred.
i.i. d at Miami. Florida, this ftli
of I>ecrmticr. All l'.it>9.
- S.VKA TRAPP BBLUNOBK
As Administratrix
'"urn Testa mento Auncxo
' --t publication of this notice on
:th day of December, i;<;!>.
lACLBEATTY
lorney for
nnnintratrix. I'TA i
- vbol.l Bid*., Miami. Fla
12/12 19-2h 1 1
notice by publication
n the circuit court of the
El-EVENTH judicial circuit
of florida in and for
dade county.
in chancery.
No. 69-202*8
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
-.. UOULD,
I' .intlff.
VS
i'U'.y cmn.n.
11- ,< ndani
. makkv fKM u>
. iMattC* unknown
1 u. HAItltV OOUI.D, are hereby
il that .i i'.lll of Complaint for
*.c lias bean filed against you.
iu art- required t<> Berve a cony
ur Answer or Pleading to th.-
..I Complaint on the Plaintiffs
ne) MATTHEW OISSEN, i:s...
.- i-: |nd Btreet, Miami, Florida
the orticinal Answer or IMc.nl-
thi of the Clerk ..f the
. i I 'out i on or before the 9th
Januoi) 1970 if you fail to
judgment by default "ill be
you foi th< rellcl di
.1 In the Iiiil .i" i 'omplalnl
- ii..1 li Khali publ died in <
: in- i nnsei utl'. li
K JEW IS1I I'I i IR1DIAN
CE ANIl I IRDBKED Hi M
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;ME COUNTY JUDGES COURT
'. AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85S31
(Judge John R Bl.inton
' HiKt.it.- ,.!
HPI A I'' 1ST
. s. .1
NOTICE OF PROBATE
I STATE OF FLORIDA:
\i.i. PERSONS INTERESTED
III-: ESTATE OP SAID 1>K
a are hen b) notified that .1
n Instrument pun*'rtlng to lie
>t Will and t.-stain. nt of aaid
-i< l i aumll ted to i" -
hi Saul i v-u Toil are I ereby
.ii1.-.| ivtthui m\ alendar
if from the date ..f the flrsl
ution ol 'i notict t.. appeal
'I CoUrl lintl show i all*-.-, if an\
in why the action of aald 'out t
urn i .-..i.l will to probate
i not stand unrevi iked
JOHN I; B Wl'i IN
fount) Judgi
If- CORNELL ROBINSON
Clerk
s ORFNDYY BRi
N. HAYS a
VDWEIWi
Keys
Unade) Building
Fl.....In
i publi. ution thin noti. e on
th da) "i i mbi i
IS 5
' me COUNTY JUDGES COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNT-..
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No, 85021
G i.in ton
Ic of
El. EM Mi't:
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Orei i
DIB III Dell V
i are h-i and re-
pri ...i
wl
.11 El, KMMEK de
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in thi nfflcei In the
i -
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lile Mil-
ir the
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a Executor
publli .-in it this notice on
ili nay o( l .- mbi r, I ''
'HUH .1 Wl H I.-'' i >
foi Ex. utor

NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-20175
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MAIIV EI.LBN 11 AX SEN.
Plaintiff;
vs.
HOWARD C, HAN8BN,
Defendant
TO: HOWARD C. HAN8KN
31 Uelba Street
Slaleii Island, N'cu York
You. HOWARD C. IIAVSKX. are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Dtvoroe has been tiled
against you. and you are required
to serve a oopy of your Answer or
Pleadbu to the Hill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff** attorney, MAX P.
KNOEI.. Suite 17-(i "Centre House.
MOO N.W loth Avenue. Miami.
Florida. Telephone 37*-381] and file'
the original Answer or Pleading in
the offi.-e of the fierk of the Circuit
trourt on or before the Cth day of
January- If70. If you fail to do o.
judgment by default will be taken '
against you for the relief demanded
in the Hill of Complaint.
This notiee ball he published once I
each week for lour i-ons.-outive Weeks 1
ill THE JEWISH Fl.OHlDIAN.
IH>\E A\I> tlHIiBUKH at Miami. '
Florida, tbis Mil day of December
A.I). !!'*!
K It l.h.V I HERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, ihoie County. Florida
By: MAIKIIKIUTE KENT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seali
I AW OFFICKS OP
MAX IV BNOBL.
Suite 17-i; "Centre Houae"
Mi"' N.W. I nth Avenue
Miami, Florida
Telephone 37S-3811
12 I! IS-3H I i'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 86128
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE: Estate of
I.F.1-: K ABRAMSON
a In a LENA ABRAMSON
11.-.:eaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All PeraoiiH Hav-
ing Claims "! Demands Afralnal Said
Estate
Y'.u an herob) notified and requlr-
.i -.. present an) i lalmx and demands
ulii.ii you may havi nt thi es-
tate "i LEE l< Al'.KAMSi '\ a k a
IJ3N v AIIR \ Msi .\ tin ... I l-i.
Bade County, Florida, to the County
Judge "i IJaili i "ii'. and uu-
me m Ouplli .i' nnd ..h pro-
fd In Si .i Ion I Stal -
u' v in i' .-ii i In thi .
' -II: thi 'tl--'- in 1 ii'il.- t'<.vim \, l-'l
Ihln si\ eali m the
i .in. i li-- first publli .i lion her. ..f.
-ii 11 -..in.- w ill hi hs
Dated ii Miami, i do)
..I I i. .ml., r, A 1 I'.'i.''
JAMES ABRAMSI IN
' i' utor
I' | i" th I
iln |th day "I 1 i-embi i
BP VRBEK \ND Rl 'SKIN
PRl IPESSION VI- ASSOCIATII >.\
\11..in.>>-- f< i>ecutor
:... \'..i ih r.i-. i\ ne lilvd
F i-'ii.l,.
mew
BY HENRY LEONARD
'Send us two more of each ... We're expecting a
lot of American tourists this month!"
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NO! ICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85910
Frank B. Dowhng
In RE Bel lie of
Lulls HEIMAN.
I......i- d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltoi k and All P< rsonn Hai
Ing Claims or Demand* Against fctaid
Extate
Vou -ne l>. i eb) notified .i- >l rei uu
ed to present nit) dm nnd l'nt
which you nn) have ugninsl the -
ta.....f LOI'IS HEIMAN, deceased
late i-t I i.i.i. i 'nunty, Floi Id.-i lo Iln
Counti' Judges "f Dade I u
file the same in dupllcati pro-
vided in Section 7.13 16, Klorida Stat-
utes, In their .in. es In the i utit)
i Courthouse in I lade < Viui I) I"
within six al.ii.lai in "iiih- i.....i the
lime of Hi.- first puhl ei eof,
or liie sain.- u ill be bni i
Dated ul Miami. Kl.i Idn II .- ilh
day of 1 lei .ml., r, A.D
M.\l:.l-:i,l A R HEIMAN
As Exe< utri* of the Esti.....i
I.i II IS HEIMAN ......
i-'n si publk a lion of tl
the 13th tiny "i I emhi
HEIM NN' VNDCR \l:Y. r ,\
Al i..i ne) for Exei uui\
1150 S v. P t St., .\li .uu
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NOTICfc UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. .TH i: is HEiiEin fiivE.N
i he un.l. i Hlgneil, <1
I
I K PHtH'BRTIE i'i.....
I Blvd Coral (labli I14A
r sai.I name with the i
Florid
SIDNEY Kl;i
.
j.\\ i i :.-h \\\
RCTH I \ V\
KIN P..\
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Mian I
'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
'TICK IS HEREBY OIVBN thai
un.l. ing lo engage in
under the fictitious name of
H"iB TERRACE APTS ai M>l-lth
"I. Miami Beach, Florida S3I39 in-
id to reels!,i said nain.- with tin
i of the Circuit Court oi Bade
"nty, Florida
VAC1AV TI'MA
ROSA1JA TI'MA
>Rc.B OHJtERT
irney for l> mi
u S-1S-U-U
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M ITICB IS HEREBY fllVEN lhal j
Hi. un.l. rsigned, di I I to -
,n |.n undi Hie fictitiou iiaun
of it.\ I.i'i i| i: Hi 'i si:, a pai ln< i
.it u-"l Indian Crei k Drive, Miami
Roach, Florida Inlend lo register sai.I
,..... w tii the i 'lei;. of 11 Circuit
i ,n i ..( i lull- i "ounty, Florida
AARI >N I il IM T/'.K N
MITCHELL I EVBNTH \l.
iii\ ivc \\ \ i:sM \\\ SKY
DAV1I i SCHMIDT
.1 Ai 'i IB /.li'lll INSK >
ALAN A ANNETTE KLEIN
Ml'RTHL BERNSTEIN
A VIVA M'.I'M AN
CHARLES HEHKI1-:
HEOROE P I.KW IS
Slli:i.l'N NEI'MAN
HERBERT NEUMAN
MARVIN NKI'MAN
PRED IIAHl'V
i-12-I-St
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
No. 69-7212
JAMES It BELL,
Plaintiff,
\ .-
BETTY LOP BELL,
11. I.-inlain
TO: BETTY IjOU BELL
126 Brittian Street
Bentim Harbor, Mi< '
Y.'ii BETTY' MT BELL, nn here-
by in.in:. .1 lhal o Bill of Com
for Divorce has been filed ngainsl
you, nnd you are required lo
"I > .III' AllS VI .'!' "I' Pli
1 '.'inl on in. I'
attorney, PAI'L P( il.L.M 'K. it-
Till Street, Mian.
\ iwei or Blending in the
"i '." i 'i.i'l. ni ihi Cli ill
Court on or befoi i the 3t>th <1
l.....mbi l" If you I i
Judgi im-iii by di fault
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill "i 'ompl
This nol Ice Khali be publish, il
v. .<;. for i..in ni
in THE JEW ISM Fl IRIDIAN
DONE AND IRDEKBD al
Klorida this !0th dn: of Nnvi mbei
A I 1969
E B IJflATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit '"tin. I lade 'ounl v, K
B) M VROl BRITE KENT
I leputy i'i. i .-
n'ircuil ''ouii .s.-ali
I'Al'L Pi H.I.Ai'K. i:s.j
I7U0 N.W. 7tli Street
Miami Florida
\ > foi Plaintiff
' -v ". I fl
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 85718
IN RE Bstatr ul
l\ Al' 111.SEN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 'i edltoi.- .i .1 All Pen ons
Having i 'laims or I mantb
\ t Said Bstati
\ ii .ir. hen b) notified and n
to present an) claim- and -i-
u hi. i. you ma) Ii.in .if.hi.-i the i
of l\' \U i'I.SION. ilecensed late of
Dade County, Florida, lo the County
Judges i.i I'a.i. Count) and file the
same in duplicate nnd ..- provided in
>.'. lion ::::.. Florida Statuti -. In
;li. ii offices in Hi. Count) Cuurthouse
I i. de Count). Florida, uill
it months n "in tl i iiiiii of the
first publication hereof, or thi
u ill be bin i 'l
l. i led ,.i Miami Florida, II Hi
: Km. mbi \.H li'j
IRIti.N : STEIN
A Administratrix
I' uu
the .1.-1 d:i) ..t N'..\. niber.
Rl : RT I. HI.' 'M ;
1 '.':'::.'. i i
\ ii t rl x
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
'
-,f If] S or
I
; Miami,
ends to
he '"
|
SHB1 [HiNN LELCHI i ESg
I
i-i \i:i.-;; Bi TWICE
IH W I
Mian, Florid! :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREBT OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ASSOCIATES IN BC8INESS
DESIGN ai 260 N.B 70th Btreet,
Miami. Fla. Intends lo register said
name with the Clerk the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida,
DESItiN CRAFTS, INC
FR< i.MBERt! F'ROMBERO
AND ROTH, P A
\ i rncyx for Appllcanl
M-l i-J K- ..\ n, BI .
HI \V i tier Street, Miami. I'
li US 12 5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVE <
ihe undersigned, d
a ,i "ii i
,,i THE Sl'ECTRCM I '
Stn .i. Miami Head K
iutemU reglstei
Hi,, i '|, id Ihe Circuil i 'ui
H Count) Floi
PHILIP FRANK
ii:\ :.; CYPBN LAW "I
u
M 1..11.1 I : .eh
r PHI IP FRANK
B; HARRY I. CY PEN
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69. 199S1
DIONA Atil'ILAK
Plaintiff,
X s
Bl'OENIO AOPILAR,
I.. i.'ii.lani
Tl Mi: El HENIi I AHl'II.AR
I al In K-l li -
BU7.11 I'I
Ma) uguii!. I'm 1
You, Bl'OENIO AOPILAU
li, reb> until lhal a Bill '
plaint for Dlvon has bi
iinalnsl you, aii'l ) "ii ii ."'.ii l In
......I>) .'i your Answ er ..i Ph .. -
inn l" thi Bill of Compl
Plaintiff's utoruey, IKYY IN .1 STi >N
ii..I Hi i.i,. il Avenue, Suili 122. Miami,
Florida 33131 and file I
Ausm er "i I 'le iding III the ol fici ul
the i 'l. il- ol Ihe I "In uil Court on m
before the 12th da) I Jai mil y, l!'7tl
li '...a fall In do so. Judgment by di -
fauli will !' tak< ii acini.-' you
relief demanded in the Bill ol I in-
plain I
Tin- notice riiall be published once
. ... h week for i-'iii .....si culivi
in THE JEWISH Fl." HI I IAN
DONB AND ORDERED ill Miami,
.1 da) of I le mbi i
A M l!H.
i: i; LEATHBRMAN, C
Circuil Com i i' I t'"u i
Hi i VI.EN AN
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85994
FRANK B. DOWLINQ
In RE: Estate (
KATE BERNSTEIN a I. a
KATE K BERNSTEIN,
>' iVV.'ased ,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said i
Estate: & *
Y'ou are hereby notified and requir-
ed in present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of KATE BERNSTEIN
a k a KATE B. BERNSTEIN deceas-
ed late of Dade County, Florida to the
County Judges of Dad.- County, and
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 7SS.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their eftices 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.
Daled at Miami, Florida, this 24th
day of November. A.D. II16S.
SHIRLEY BERNSTEIN SAI.EM
EDITH BERNSTEIN LISBON
JEANNETTE BERNSTEIN KAHN
"kii JEANNE BERNSTEIN KAHN
As Bxecutriccs
First publication of this notice on
the 2Sth day of November, 1969.
SPARBER* ROSKIN
PROFESSH INAL ABW ICIATH IN
Attorneys for Executrices
Inn .V Iliscavne Boulevard
Miami. Fla.
11'28 12 '6-12-19
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 69-19627
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
STEPHEN I. MIKOI.A
Plaintiff,
-vs-
LAURA MIKOLA,
Defendant.
TO: LM'IIA MIKl il.A
1 Freeman street
x.-w Brunswick, New J irsey
You, i.ai'Ua MIKOLA. are hereby
notified that a Bill .n Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
ol your Answer or Pleading to the
Hill of Complaim on the Plaintiff* at-
torni). A H I'Ai "ZIER, r 1 ioldman,
Gold Hi ,v Pi ni. 2401 West Flag -
ler Si reel, Mlam Florida, and : e
r Pleading In th.'
11.......: ih.- Clerk of thi Circuit
1 'nun .....r In 1 day of
I.....n II you fail lo do s...
Judgm 1 1 b) default will I" '
for th, rellel i. mai d
II be publl '
four 1 1 i
SH Fl oRll ilAN
DONB VND ORDERED
Plot la) "i November,
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Circuit 1 a '
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NOTICE I'NDI
FICTITIOUS N
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
y. iTICE is lli:i:l BY HIVE!
the u i.i.-i ilgned '! li Ing 10 '
In bush u r Ihe fictitious
name ol INTERAM \ W \i:i:H"i SES
c o ZB.MEL, KAPPMAN 8 ZI.MI.I.
42" Lincobi K' ol. Miami Beach
Intend t.. rcgislei said naim with ihe
Cl.-rk of the Circuil Court ol Dado
Counti. Klorldii ...... ,
Pll.MORE INM58TOR8. IN'
zi:mi:i.. kaikaian m zk.mi:i.
Attorneys lor
PILMORE INVESTORS, IM
MO Lincoln Road.
Miami Bench. Fla S.,2.,.S8
N C > E R
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
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.1. ISB tIAMALU 1
11AI I. R OLD N
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Kl ITICB IS HEREBY fllY I
Ihi Ul desiring '"
11 business ul der thi fictitious nanv -
VIME li Hi'lll'. or JOSEPH'S
FEM MB T< L'.HE at 8148 I'"". de
i,, Boulevard, Coral Onblei;. F lor da.
josf:ph s i'kmmetoi'chi. i.m
B) .1' iSF:PH PBItEZ, i'r. -id, in
FROMBEIU1, F'ROMBBRO
,v ROTH, C A
\ttorne) for ...... ,
KiSiU'H S FEMME TOPt HI l^1
11 28 12 3-12-19
NOTICL UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\"Ti.-i: is HEREBY OIVEN lhat
!.. undersig 1 to etigagi n
. h Ulidel the it.'' it I"us name of
VYESTCHESTBR MEDICAL CLINIC
,.' 7 s" i'..;.ii Way. intends lo register
said name with the Clerk "f the
CH ult Court of 1 inde 'ounl > PI
AI.I.EN M KATZ. DO
CAIDIN. ROTHEXBEHti. K' Mi N,
ICi iRNIII.r.M & ROTHF:NBERtJ
for
AI.I.EN .'! KATZ D.O
Suit' I :
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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Miami, Florida Friday. December 19,
19G9
Section B
Fleeman Again To Lead Division
The Trades and Professions
Division of the 1970 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign will once again
be under the U aderahip of David j
B. Fleeman, Robert Russel. gen-'
A. I. Wiener
Irving tubin
eral campaign chairman, has an-
iiounced.
After accepting the appoint-
ment, Fleeman announced the
formation of the Trades and Pro-
fessions Cabinet. Cabinet mem-
bers who will set the plans and
structure for the 1970 combined
drive include L. Jules Arkin. Leo
Merfon Sifberman I. Jules Arkin
A. Chaikil), Irving Rubin. Morton
Silberman and A. B. Wiener.
A community home developer
Mr. F! man, of Fleeman Builders.
is vice presioV nt of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and
chairman of the organisation's
Community Planning Committee.
He is a past president of the
Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Jewish Committee and
is currently a vice president of
both the Jewish Home for the
Aged and Temple Israel.
I.. Jules Arkin is a partner in
the law firm of Meyer, Weiss, Rose
and Arkin. His acceptance as a
meml:< r ot the Trades and Profes-
sions Cabinet, is an other in a long
ist of civic duties. Presently he
is secretary of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and serves on
its Executive Committee. In past
y< ars he has chaired both the
Budget Committee of Federation
and the Lawyers Division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal. He also
is a past president of the Miami
B) ach Kiwanis Club and president
of the Sustaining Board of Fellows
of Mount Sinai Hospital, a vice
president of the Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce, chairman
of the City of Miami Beach Social
Services Advisory Board, and a
member of the Anti-Defamation
Ix-a-jjo of the B'nai B'rith Florida
Regional Board.
Leo A. Chaikin. former owner
of Weinkles Liquor Stores, is now-
active in various local activities.
He has served as chairman of the
Liquor Division of the Combined
Jewish Appeal and is currently a
member of the Federation's Board
of Governors and was a member of
' the Budget Committee. He is also
a trustee of Mount Sinai Hospital.
Irving Rubin, of the Pub Res-
taurant at the Newport Hotel,
chairman of the Combined Jewish
Appeal's Restaurant Division for
the last ten years, is a member of
the Federation's Executive Com-
mittee. Mr. Rubin has served as
vice chairman of the Trades and
Professions Division of the CJA-
IFF drive.
Morton Silberman, president of
Last Coast Supply Corporation.
a founder and past president of
the Jewish Federation in Palm
Beach County, is associate secre-
tary of the Greater Miami Jewish
Lee A. Choibin David I. Fleeman
Federation and serves on its exe-
cutive committee. Mr. Silberman
is chairman of the Federation's
! Community Relations Committ e
< and a member of the Board of .
j Governors. He is a board member
of the American Civil Liberties
Union and serves on the board of
| directors of the Greater Miami
! YM-YWHA. He is also a member
of the Executive Board of the
American Jewish Committee.
A. B. Wiener, senior partner of
Wi< ner, stern and Hantman, a
lone time member of the Federa-
tion's Board of Governors and
Campaign Cabinet, is a past chair-
man oi the Combinul Jewish Ap-
- Accountants Division. He
has served on most of Federation's
major committees, and has been
treasurer, vice president and presi-
dent of the Dade County Chapter
of tie Florida Institute of CPAs.
He is Florida's representative of
the mi mlv rship committee oi the
American Institute of CPAs.
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign broke all records
for a fund-raising event Sunday evening at its Initial Gifts
dinner. Israel's Foreign Minister Abba Eban is showr.
delivering a major address at the dinner. Robert Russel'.,
general chairman of the CJA-IEF campaign, is at left.
Moscow, Cairo Disagree?
NEW YORK (JTAl The
New York Times has repo
from Moscow that signs ol dis-
agi ement were evident in a
.joint communique issued afti r a
t i] 4 vel Egyptian di matic
a: I mil I iry mission's f iur-da>-
visil to the Kremlin. The com-
munii
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to "eliminate the consequence
of Israeli aggression, But t i
S iviei sei med committed t i
means, Pres den) G -
.. a IN issei i : Egypt w
: to have .sent his del -
. ii Moscow to try to effe '
.. shift of Soviet ;> I | >\\
a more militant position, i
Times story said.
I N E '
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civic and Jewish leader of;
Greater Miami, who has been
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Friday, December 19, lggg
Yitzhak Rabin Here
For Ambassador's Ball
Abe Solosko To Head Morton Towers' CJA-IEF Campaign
Columnist Beth Am Speaker
Hal Bt-rgida. newspaper colum-
nist and radio news commentator,
will be guest speaker at a Temple
present diplomatic r,,,n Am congregational breakfast
at 10 a.m. Sunday in the temple's
social hall.
General Yfcchafc Stabin, Ambas-
Badoi of tMeStatl of Israel to the
United States and former Chief
of Staff of Israel is Armed Forces,
will c me to Miami Beach as pat-
ron of the annual Ambassador's
Kail to be held untler the auspices
of the Israel Bond Organization.
Hi will bo accompanied by Mrs.
Habin at the event, scheduled Sat-
urday evening. Dec. 27, m the
Grand Ballroom of the Fontaino-
bleau Hotel, according to
nouricemont by James M.
chairman of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization.
Chairman of the Ball is veteran
community leader Sam Blank;
Grand Hostess of the Ball will be
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers.
One of the highlights of the Ball
will be the presentation of 15
debutantes to Ambassador and
Mis. Rabin.
A military hero who helped load
his country to victory in the Six-
Day War of June. 1967. Gen. Rabin
assumed his
post in February, 1968. Me had
pn viously been in charge of Is-
i.-'i I's air. land and sea forces for
more than lour years.
Ambassador Rabin has served
with distinction for over two de-
ill numerous positions of
responsibility in the Army during
hours cif gravi si pel i! as
mil as periods of tranquility. II"
was the first Israeli Army general
to win the winged insignia >>i the
Corps., and i arned
many military honors ami combat
al: ii s for liis participation
ir. Israel's War i i fndi ; ndence,
the battle l"i J< mis.!1! m the Sinai
Campaign and the Six-Day War.
Though born in Jerusak m, Am-
I Rabin has special ties
with the Ui iti d si.it. s. His fathc r
was an American who lived in
N< York. St. Louis and ("Li
before coming to Palestine as a
volunteer with the famed Jewish
Legion of the British Army during
W. rid War I. The elder Rabin
served in the same unit as two
r privates, Itzhak Ben Zvi,
cMeatless
yet so
^ftige
the late statesman who became
the second. PresijU^nt, of
and David Ben-Gurion.
first Prime Minister.
Abe Solosko has again accepted
the position of Campaign Coordi-
nator for the Morion Towers' 1970
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund campaign. Ben
: Essen, chairman of the Ri }id< nee
. I?f'l- i and High-Rise Division, has an-
Israel's I nounccd.
Ambassador Rabin began his
military career as a teenager with
Palmach. the striking group of
Haganah (the Jewish defense
force tstablished during the Brit-
ish Mandate). He took part in
many key actions, including the
an an- ''daring liberation in 1946 of more
Albert, than 200 "illegal immigrants" in
toe British detention camp at Ath-
lit. He commanded the soldiers
who broke the Arab siege of Jeru-
salem during the War of Inde-
pendence, and participated in the
capture of Beersheha.
structure, under
by Co-Captains Florence Mino\
Jack and Shirley Meyrowii/. jacu
and F.sther Marguhs. Moi ri i
Fannie Grauer, Harry gi,, ,
)f me|nd N,r and Mi-s. William Smith
leu ish' Federation and a committee composed 01 M(na
mbor Glicknian..Aufch Stein**, Mrs \-,,..
IVnai ,or- R,tty Fran><. Fay w,, n
Jeanette Coan. Mrs. Rtrhaej
BRjdy, Isadore Doctor. Mrs ytn_
al the Morton Toweis restaurant.
Mrs. Emanuel Menta will be the
, dinner chairman.
, Mr. Solosko has been a member
of the Board of Governors
Greater Miam
since 19M and is a board RI
I oi the Hatlkvah Lodge.
' B'rilh. He was recently appointed
The Morton Towers campaign -~ Housing Au- !
Mr. Solosko's di- | r *? M!aml!_Bl"fnhl,mb(,r 0f thf ; kel. Martha Otter. Bnsfc R,lla,k
' Mr. and Mrs
was the reel
B'nal B'rilh National Presi-
Citation.
rection has already been form.-d. hori'v "J ls a Is.
Mr. Efcsen noted. tt\^^Z7ti.
Towers is a prime example of our i '"
community of what can be ac-:',n'
complished when people become dential
concerned and involved." he said. (-.chairmen for the South Build-
Residents of the Morton Towers I ing include Ben Marcus. Kmanuel
contribut.il over $56,000 to the \ Mentz. Julius Krawit/ and .Mrs.
CJA-IEF drive in 1969. more than : Sam Goldberg. The Booth Build.ng
Our' Committee consists of Mr. and
Cann.
Julius Stahl. Alben
Syd Sablosky. \[,
and Mrs. Sam D. Mirman. B :,
Tress, Aaron Isaacson. Mr md
Mrs. Frank Kaminsky and 0||
Rosenblatt.
no
doubling their 1968 total.
Morton Towers' leadership are
salesmen' who undersland the im-
portance of relating to their neigh-
bors what is happening in Greater
Miami with our local agencies and
the importance of the Emergency
Fund for Israel." Mr. Solosko
stated. He noted that this year
the seventh annual Morton Towi rs
meeting on behalf of the combined
campaign will be a Jan 15 dinner
Mrs. Louis Aronson. Ben
Mrs. Mary S. Cohen. Mrs Cyrel
Dane. Sara Fishman. Sam Gold-
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Mrs. Ethel B. Levine, Mrs Bertha
Marcus. Golda MOSS, Mr. and Mr*.
George Shaeffer. Mrs. Reva Wen-
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Ccchahmen tor the North Build-
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ris Minov. They will be assisted
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V'Jenisti fhrktlar)
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National Commission of B'nai B'rith Hillel Yoig iwaei'g 12th Annual Dinner Sci
Affirms Directors' Right To Give Counsel
WASHINGTON (JTAi The
National Commission of B'nai
H'nth Hillol Foundations has
affirmt-d "the right ami obliga-
tion" i-j its campus directors to
coims. I students on "conscien-
tious otveetion. sehH"Tive'-con-
m untious objection and the
draft."
Anotnor Commission policy
slalen.tnt approved us> of
HiHel'a facilities and resources
by all Jewish student group.
on campus "dedicated to valid
Jewish purposes" whether or
not they are affiliated with the
Hillel movement. The Commis-
sion took formal action to pro-
vide "hospitality" to programs
and activities on campus by Na-
tional Jewish Organizations. It
deplored, however, the efforts
01 national Jewish groups to es-
tablish "competitive and dup-
licativi activities on campus,
Prol Marver H. Bernstein of
I'lino ',iii University, chairman
oi th. Commission, explained
that t... personal convictions of
l Hil 1 director on military
servict "should not and do
not nter into the counseling
relationship. The director's role
reqnir* -. that he assist those who
come to him to understand the
Various options inherent in
Judaic teachings. The ultimate
decision is to the student him-
.sHf."
Nut. g a "growing community
Bccepance ol responsibility" for
the communal needs of Jewish
Students, the Commission adop-
ts I as policy action the further
encouragement ol local Hillel
advisory boards that would in-
clude .'. -run:- nis oi the Jewish
community federations, the
1 abbii .!'. Jew ish education, col-
facilities, B'nai B'rith and
St id' r '-.
r,' 1. iamin M. Kahn,
Hillel irectoi. s lid it was ne-
rcssai to invo ireas of
Jt'wi in I ol
I i : 1 : I IV I'
lition rot
Jewish 1 '
1
ran
,, s iona'i
-
lid. "1
wa prot<
cxi on > impus by the
Mi dati but a malter
oi ing nits ot the
.1. w. ih i'.i. I"'
th .11 I I n. hi ni our
youl 1 11 campus
Commission disclosed it
U n ik. ;, a determined effort to
"reach out" to alienated Jewish
youth on American campuses.
Tin' ffort was outlined in a
miiis (/i actions winch Included
a pilot project in which a young
rabbinical student with a back-
ground in New Left activities
will s, rve, without Hillel affilia-
tion, on a Midwestern campus
that lacks any wish institu-
tion- "I !' projeel will s<-ck to
detei n ii wh< tin t such an in-
dividual can have greater impacl
thin a Hillel director or other
formal representative of the es-
tablia Ii wish community, on
Jewish llldents who an- hostile
to th' rganu< d community and
its : ns an I ii he can help
ii-., m assi ss tin ir attitudes.
'I'll. 1 ram will also provide
Iliil. : lin ctors at s. >-. ral large
,.,, m II ite stli-
,i, ,:. 1 with Jewish
;.,i. -. m dormitorli s,
sin.'. cenl t and coffee
housi awaj ii formal
1;;'.
T determination to n ach
alienal th was expressed
l ., ,;. ch by Rabbl Kahn "ho
warn d the adult Jewish com-
munit; against pinning "unjusti-
fied gi ni raliaations and mialead-
bi is" on the coil, gc genera-
tion. Rabbi Kahn said that the
adult community's "tendency to
resist hange and therefore
lx> suspicions of the authors of
(hange has led it into lumping
the dynamism and rhetoric of
the campus into a monolithic
mold without recognizing the
diversity of views, attitudes and
goals that' dxist amonR- stu-
d< nts."
The commission announced a
$500,000 gift from Joseph Meyer-
hoff, of Baltimore, toward con-
struction of new Hillel facilities
on the restored Hebrew Univer-
sity campus on Mt. Scopus and
at the University of Maryland
and for the expansion of Hillel
information programs about Is-
rael on American campuses.
Ernest Field, immediate past '
president of the Young Israel of
Greater Miami, will l>c guest of
honor at the North Miami Beach
congregation's 12th annual dinm >
in the Fontainebleau Hotel Sun
day, beginning at 6 p.m. Some 400
National Figures
In Culture Series
Three national figures will be
featured in an upcoming forum
and conceit series at Temple Beth
: Am according to Cultural Coun-
cil Chairman Byron Cherkas.
These include Ralph Nader, David
, Schoenbrun and Robert Merrill.
Mr. Nader, a lawyer and out-
, spoken proponent of auto safety
land consumer legislation, will
' speak Feb. K, and Mr. Scheonbrun,
| television news commentator will
: s|H-ak April 12. A star of the
| Metrojiolitan Opera, Mr. Merrill
will lx' featured by the Music
: Commit I'M' on March 8.
Internal Revi nue Service since
1961, Mr. Field was educated in
Europe and New York and holds
I. grei s in law and accounting. He
served as executive director ol
Congregation ohuu Zedck in New
York for ten years Ix-fore coming
to Miami Beach in 1959 to serve
as executive director of Temple
Emanu-El: Before being elected
president of Young Israel last year,
Mr. Field was a member of its
board of din ctors. and he is the
congregation's current treasurer.
He and his wife, the former Kitty
Tanne, are the parents of two
boys, Benny and Jackie.
Rabbi Naftali Porush is spirit-
ual leader of the congregation, an
affiliate of the National Council of
Young Israel. I.mated at 990 NE
171st St.. the congregations con-
ducts weekday and Sunday re-
ligious school classes, a nurs. r\
school ami sponsors a youth ac-
tivities program including a Boj
Scout troop.
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1 \ in Katz, pianist.
Cantor Kvrr.
IK'i'sons are expected to attend the1
dinner, which is the congregation's
major fund-raising event of the
year, Arthur Weingarten is serv-
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annual dinner.
"Mr. Field will be honored at
the annual event for his years of
devoted service to Young Israel in
an important period of its growth
and development," said Jacob I-
Chernofsky, president of the con-
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Friday, December 19, 1959
to publicize I
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r oting tourism to Israel from (>n the final day. a Writing ericdurage toui 'uiil have a holiday part;
' : States, Canada. Prance, (uncbeon was held durioe. which all sectors of 1 nooi eting and
Switzerland and Denmark, recent- the main objective* of the com- populations ami promote inves luring thi past lt |n the Holidaj I ;_
oui I up a week-long visit rnitteet proposed by the Ministry menl in Israeli I ir from community lea ns Are.. Miami Beat
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Beach Hadassah Groups Meet
The Miami Boach Chapter of
Hadassah held the sicorul in Its
Book Rovirw Scries at the Algiers
Hotel Monday, with Mrs. Edytbe
Geiger reviewing Thy Daughter's
Nakedness" by Myron S. Kauf-
man. Proceeds of the series, for
which Mrs. Jack Miller is chair-
man, help to support Hadassah-
Israel Kducation Services. Mrs.
Philip F. Thau is president of the
Miami Beach Chapter, which com-
prises 22 groups.
*
A Henrietta S/old Founders' Day
luncheon was held by the Forte
Towers (iruup Tuesday in the
Eden Roc Hotel with Mrs. Philip
Tha'i. chapter president, as guest
i aki r. Mrs. Sylvia tins-;, soprano,
provided the entertainment. Mrs.
Franc s Perlman is the group's
gram chairman; Mrs. Sylvia
I anzig is pr> sklent.
A candlelighting ceremony con-
d by Gt rtrude Jos< ph will 11
i llowed by a musical program
ith Florence Copps at the piano
ring the Israeli Group's Found-
Day luncheon in Algiers Hotel
at noon Monday. Chairman of the
daj is Etta Wqstin; Sadie Kaplan
-. program chairman. The group's
1 n sid< nt is Esther Meyer.
* a
The Kadiina Oroap held an Eye-
] ank luncheon In the Twelve Cae-
sars Hotel Tuesday. Mrs. Gus Bro-
i ;.\ was program chairman; Leona
Meisel is president.
*
Mis. Philip Thau was the guest
- ;ii;< r it the Plaza 800 Group's
Founders' Day luncheon Wednes-
i ay in the Cadillac Hotel. Vocalist
R ih Raffo was accompanied by
Aida Yaslo .it the piano Mrs. Hose
Baked Goods Sole Set
Home hiked goods \ill be fe.i-
ired at the bake sale sponsored
lift ol Life Chapter of Chil-
: '8 Asthma Research Institute
and Hospital ICARIHi at 790
. .. 4th St. on Saturday. C! ip
,. ; iden( is Michelle Sobel.
Club 2 Marks Anniversary
Pioneer Women Club 2 will cele-
te Pioneer Women's 44th An-
niversary with a "Melaveh-Mal-
ker" Saturday at S p.m. at the
Star Ri staurant, 841 Washington
Ave. Chapter president is Mrs.
Franci s Paekar.
Kojm 1 is ] resident of the group.
*
The PJialoatf Group will hold its
Founders' Day luncheon at noon
Monday in the Algiers Hottl. Mrs.
Henry B. Wernick will be guest
-taker and "A Tribute to Henri-
etta Szold" in sung and words will
be presented by Mrs. Fran Shri-
b( r. Mrs. Adolph Rubin is chair-
man of the da/; the group's presi-
dent is Mrs. Irwin A. Shapiro.
eJewish Floridian
the H'oman s lAJorla
Friday. December 19. 1969
Page 5-tJ
Purchasing their tickets to the "Hello Dolly" premiere in the
Beach Theatre are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Herman, whose son,
Jerry (left) WTOte the music and lyrics for the stage play.
Mrs. Benjamin Kresberg (center) is president of the Greater
Miami Chapter of Brandeis University National Women's
Committee, which is sponsoring the benefit performance.
JWVA President Visits Local Units
Some 300 representatives of the
Department of Florida, Ladies
Auxiliary of the Jewish War Vet-
erans of the United States, were
urgi d to carry on their many set \ -
ice projects with greater dedica-
tion than ever, and to do a bet-
ter job of communicating these
activities to the community a!
large In speeches given by Mrs.
David Alexander, national prcsi-
d< nt of the JWVA. who was in the
an a recently for a tour of the
local JWVA units.
While in South Florida, Mrs.
Alexander attended a brunch in
hi r honor at the Beau Rivage,
spoke at naturalization ceremonies
in Bayfront Park, received a key
to Dade County from Metro Mayor
Chuck Hall, and spoke during Fri-
day i veiling servio s at Temple
Zamora.
Mrs. Alexander, who was wel-
comed by Mrs. Zelda Glass. Flor-
ida Department president, Mrs.
Daniel Abramowit/, senior vice
president, and Mrs. Max Kern,
junior vice president, encouragi d
eligible women in the area to
ii arn about JWVA and to become
active participants in the organi-
zation.
The Ladies Auxiliary is open to
women who are related by blood
>: marriage to a Jewish veteran
I the armed forces of the United
States, and to Jewish women who
have themselves served in the U.S.
military, interested persons may
contact Mrs. Alton Zuckcr for
fui ther information.
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Cultural Society
Concert Dec. 27
The third concert in the 1969-70
Mil -: Beach Cultural Soc r>ty a
rSi s i'l be "cs ntetl al 7:30 p.rn
Saturda> D <-. 27 in the asemhlv
h ill | 755 V.vc Mi-
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F i iired in Hi ill be
folk "i nd musical numb 'rs
fro n i > idway pn I icl ions b>
ic Three Generations"
Z sopran i mez jo-soprano
Gr .i | i- i iritone Tedtl*
Fleissisr, and alto Mind) Fl<
m h i wt'l .....'Co > mied b>
concert pianist Helen Skolnik.
Vlso on 1 will b
itional son rs b*
tei or >": '' "'' ''' '' "'
violinist Ben 1 'ickman, and An I
Goldben v i >li list ic i >rdio
v ho w ill ao .....mied bj Garj
< Miss G ldb !... 17. .'i a
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The Mis :h Cultur il S -
riety as founded to encoura v
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music I motivation, mid give them
mi opportuniu to develop a mu-
sic can t Youthful artists are
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fourth Saturday of each month.
The recently-organized Inter-American Group of the Miami
Beach Chapter cf Hadassah are pictured in the home of
their hostess. Mrs. Saul Ginzburg. Left to riqht are (seated!
Mrs. Solomon Bigelman, recording secretary; Mrs. Ginz-
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Douglas Gardens Auxiliary Plans February Luncheon
Th. Junior Auxiliary of the Jew- Jay Rechtschaffer. auxili
ten Home for thi Aged, Douglas dent,
( will hold iis annual
l i c i n in the Grand Ballroom
o! the Am.Tirana Hotel. Feb. IT.
ai no n. Singing star Lee Sohn
ami his orchestra will entertain.
c-i, irmen an Mrs. Georgi Is-
rael, luncheon, Mrs. Nat Levy, en-
tertainment; Rena Stein and Mrs
Menorah Chapter Meets
Menorah Chapter 1013, B"nai
B'rith Women, will bold a nw tine
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I
ORT Holds Regional Confer si

Sunn' 400 mi nbers, represent-
ing the l-a.ici-.iir, of the 33 chap-
ters in the So ithi astern Florida
Regi in, att< n I d thi South istern
floi en's American
ORT Mi -.. i: Growth Conference
Wedi aj in I k Algii rs Hotel.
Tin letters ( it i a lui (irgan-
i'-atl >i R i italion thro
Ti lining.
Kahn, Confen nrv
' m, M'h i xti nded a m< s-
Ba> ol '.v lco i ill clan d "As
onsl ml n ih-
1 i' i OR] is ti
1 ire for change and
Bii labilil n i... mi (is hi tomor-
row ,ii. i irt's prime task today.
"' 'HI is a m ivi menl In Jewish
lif" shi s iid formi d to take
care of the imm diate needs of
the Jewish people laying the
groundwork foreseeing the needs,
anticipating the problems and
planning for the future. Aa a
movement ii must grow to meet
the ii ..Is of the people and the
times in which they live. The
tasks of thi> Conference arc to
make certain that Women's Ameri-
can ORT in the Southeastern
Florida Region will continue to
Ciow in members and in strength,
to gain greater understanding of
the need for tins strength, and to
ik termine the direction in which
this growth will proceed," she said.
Mrs. Theodore Zalles, Region
I i -id. nt, reported the develop-
ni. in of the global program of
ORT as a movement in Jewish
lite and the progress made In the
development m the ORT Voca-
tional Kducation installations in
Israi md throughout the diaspon
i., which ORT serves the needs of
the Ji wisli people.
Mis. George Linden, Kc^ion Bul-
liiin chairman, reported on the
amendments of the National Con-
stitution which will affect organi-
zational changes and permit a
broader concept of OKT as a
movement in Jewish life.
Mrs. Edward Light, region vice
president, reported on the resolu-
tions emerKine, from the Com-
Diunity Commission, passed by th<
Convention, which revealed a stra-
tegic turn to the American com-
niiinily by Women's American
ORT in order to apply its ideal
oi social mobility through voca-
tional education by employing its
experience in community motiva-
tion to the social problems of tin
Air. i;. an community. They haw
i' solved to explore ways to sin ss
to the Amcric in community th<
vital importance ol vocational edu-
cation in this rapidly expanding
b hi ologii al age as an opportuni-
t\ in n solve son..' ni ih,. probli ms
; of the ilisoricntation ol o ir youth
: toda' i in.i r considi ration is a
Model School in thi United Stati s
whi h all communities con I ... ne-
fii from the demonstration of
aflgg and methods.
Mi- Philip Stark, R ion Ex-
tension vice president, pn
: iscnted the awards won h.. the
a tern Florida R< gii
ichii vi ment in Expansion and
rfonor Roll Mi mbi rship ai I
' Book 'ii the 80.000"
ir which will be inscribed the
nami s of thi SO > K) women who
..ill indicnte tii ir commitmc nt in
the i hilosophy ..: ORT Ihi Ipin ;
man in hi Ip himsi Ii < by reenroll-
ii!; nr i .iniji Womi n's American
>RT m this y.ar of 1969-70.
Mrs Si,in, y Kronish, Region
li presidi nt, announced that Bis-
ayiic. Greynolds Park Hollywood
Hills, Miami Business and Profes-
sional, North Dade, North Miami.
Icean Harbor, and Suncoasl
chapters won awards from the
tational organization for achieve-
m m ol convi ntion goals in mi m-
bership and rccnrollmet.
A full report on the achii v< menl
>f the Southeastern Florida Region
io date towards the year-end goals
uid an enumeration of the task-
iluad was given by Mrs Leonard
Pechcnik, chairman nl the Region
executive Committee, in her pro-
cess report.
-Mrs. Gerald Trakliran, Regiol
rice president, then mad- tin
'Silver Citation" awards to the
Vtlantic Shores, Biscayne, Buckley
Towcis. Flamingo, Hallandale,
Hollywood Beach, Jade Winds.
Miami Beach Afternoon. North
Miami, Suncoast. and LI.da Park
Chapters for early achievement of
Recruitment id' new members and
the Region awards to the chapters
tor early Reenrollment Achieve-
ment.
Mrs. Harry Kaufman, vice presi-
dent and co-chairman of this Con-1
Pi-rence, presided at the Brunch
Session. Mrs. tx>n Jacobson, vice
president, delivered the invocation.
Mrs. Michael Hosenthal, Region
ncmbership-dues secretary and al-
ternate Region delegate to the
National Hoard, introduced Miss
Tamar Ri isinger, a student at the
ORT Vocational High School In
Ramat-Gan, Israel. Miss Reisin-
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Friday. December 19, igg3
Rhonda Shankman Becomes The Bride
Of Laurence Parties In Sunday Rites
versity of Miami, and is a Pi
Lambda Phi alumni.
The bride chose a gown of peou
de soie with skimmer front, long
sleeves, a bodice of Aleneon lace
with matching lace appliques cas-
cading down the front to the hem-
line and a full attached train. Her
bouffant silk illusion veil was held
by a headband of matching Alen-
eon lace.
I.ana Shankman served BS maid
ol honor; Mis. Ksta Tishgart was
matron of honor. Dr. Edmund I.
Panns was best man: the ushers
included Lee Shankman. Ian Ros-
, nfield, Richard Bermont Stanley
Newmark, Harry Covin, Michael
Goldstein and Jack Kotkin.
The couple will he at home at
8315 SW 72nd Ave., after a honey-
moon in Mexico. ^_
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Mayim Chapter Holds Party
Mayim Chapter of Hadassah,
Point East. Miami, held a party
Tuesday. The speaker was Mrs
Gerald P. Soltz and community
singing was conducted by Phillip
Goldstein and Henry Goldfingcr.
Lillian Keenan is president.
BergerSchatzman Rites Solemnized
the
MRS. *OBWT A. SCHAT1MAN
MRS. UMK9KI PARNtS
Rabbi Sol La- dai< and Cantor
William Lii>son officiated at the
< iionies uniting Rhonda Renice
Shr.;kman and I^iuronce Alan
Piur.es in marriage at noon Sun-
day in the Sheraton Four Ambas-
sadors Hotel. The nuptials were
followed by a reception at the
hotel.
The bride, whose parents are Cancer League Party Set
?. and Mrs. Joseph Shankman of
Hollywood Hills, is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School and
Jones College. Her husband, the
S' of Mr. and Mrs. David E.
Pa. nes, 4301 University Dr., Coral
Gal es, graduated from Miami
S ior High School and the Uni-
The Tropical Cancer League of
the American Medical Center at
Denver is holding its annual
Chanukah party at a luncheon
meeting at noon Friday, at the
Deauville Hotel. Mrs. Marvin
Kirsch is in charge of reservations.
President is Mrs. Aaron Kapit.
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Adria Silberman
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Mr. and Mrs. Morton S
of the Sheraton Four Ambassa-
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Beach, announce the el
of their daughter. Adria, toR
Basken, son of Mrs. Oscai Basken
Of Albany. N.Y.. and the late Mr.
Basken,
A graduate of Forest Hills High
School in Palm Beach, the brid.
elect is majoring in social work at
Syracuse University, when she is
a member of Delta Phi Epsilon so-
rority. Her fiance, a graduate of
Boys' Academy. Albany, and Cor-
nell University, is presently stu-
dent at Upstate Medical School.
Miss Silberman's parents will
host a cocktail outtet in honor ol
the engaged couple Sunday, Dec
28, in King's Bay Countrj C
Many out of town guest?
her fiance's mother, wi >
cut lor the occasioi
The wedding lat< n srl
for .1
will take | .:..' -
geno H '
Lorraine Berger became
bn,e of Robert Alan Scha^an
,n a candlelight ceremony held in
Se Roya. Orleans Hotel. New Or-
leans. La.. Sunday, Nov. 30. with
Rabbi Benjamin Groner offlctat-
in, A reception and dinner fol-
ded in the hotels Grand Salon.
The daughter of Mrs. David
Bi tz ot New Orleans and the lat.
el Edward Berger, the brid.
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Th.- bridal attendants Whi.
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-Jewlsti IkitHu
Barbara Ann Beyer, Maynard A. Gross
United In Temple Menorah Ceremony
Page 9-B
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz offiri
ated Sunday, Doc. 14 at the mar-
riage of Barbara Ann Boyor and
Maynard A. Gross in the Crimson
Room oi Temple Menorah, Surf-
side.
The hi id da".'*ht*r of Mrs. Etta
rer, 1350 N.E. 191st St.. North
'.ami Beach, graduated from
(oral Gab a S r. : High School.
'Hi'1 atti Ml ::i Hade Junior
l' >!li" i
The 1.: id i son of Mr. and
- 7> Collins
kv* Miami L*eaich, graduated
from Riverside Military Academy,
Hollywood. Georgetown Univer-
sity, and was a cum laude gradu-
ate of the University of Miami
Law School. He was formerly as-
sociated with the State Attorney's
Office and is now a practicing
attorney and an Assistant Public
D) fender for the State of Florida.
After a honeymoon in Nassau.
the couple will live in the Kennedy
House, 1865 79th St. Cswy., Miami
I'.i ach.
Chai Chapter Plans
Luncheon Sunday
A Chanukah luncheon festival
tin',- will bo lv. Id by Chai Cliap-
ter, B'nai B'rith Women, at noon
Sunday in the Cadillac Hotel. 3925
Collins Ave.
Mrs. Jennie Applerouth will pre-
s. nt a narration about the Chanu-
kah holiday, and piano selections
will !>e given by Mrs. Olga Biboi
stem. Tin' chapter welcomes busi-
ii' ss and professional ladies.
Nancy Goodman Is Steve Siegle's Bride
Nancy Goodman, the daughter]
of Mr. and Mrs. Al Goodman. 1740
S. Glades Dr.. became the bride of!
Steve Siegle, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Siegle, 7330 W. Shalimar,
St.. in ceremonies held at 8:.%
p.m. Saturday. Dec. 13. in the i
Algiers Hotel. Rabbi Eugene La-
bovil' officiated at the rites, which
were followed by a reception al
the hotel.
A gr td ial of Miami "
th bi
tende 1 M >unt S n ti Scho il o!
Nu .:. and grad tated from the
! i or SI die I T ch-
I' husband, a gr iduate
of Food Trades High School in
New York City, is a scrap metal
dealer in this ana.
Myrna Siegle was maid of honor
and Mrs. Merle Fogel matron of
henor for the bride, who seletf I
a wedding dress of white lace ani
satin with flowered veil and train
tch. Steve Silverman was the
o n's best man; ushers included
F igel. il r> Cherin, I
;: tein ind I inkie Sa no.
AM ; i ii >". > >- "i". in P iradise
[si ind, Nas.- Bihams the new
id Mrs. Siegle will make
their lv mie in h F lit laine H tse,
" '. M il ich.
MRS. STEVE SIECIE
Gables BBW Plan Auction ft
The Coral Gables Chapter of the
B'nai B'rith Women will sjxinsor
their annual auction Saturday at
S p.m. in the Israelite Center. 3175
S\V 25th St. The proceeds will go
to worthy causes of B'nai B'rith.
Mrs. Sam Woinstoin is chairman.
'For the personal Professional Touch"
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The Lincoln-Miami Beach Chap-
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and card party at noon Tuesday
in the 100 Lincoln Road Club
Room. Mrs. Alex Dellerson is
president.
Women of Mesivta High School *J
will hold a membership and life- I J|j
membership luncheon at noon, j
Monday in Waldman's Hotel.. Col-'*-
lins Ave. and 43rd St., Miami
Beach. The program will include \^a
vocal renditions by Cantor Kngle. '
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*Jewisl> fhridliar
Friday, December 19,
. is THERE A DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE?
Well, maj ie' th( re we e one or two at the
el [ utj .i\c-ii by Dr, and Mrs. I
Bel Dr. and Mrs. Harold Click at
i East, it was their usual before-the-
-, thl ,..>Ctur ilK'II.N^O I'.l.liN''
sure pis a ch inc to s iv hello to eich
Th a II relaxed an I
! mc hen \ I theii \\ s
.
Among the guests were Dr. and Mrs. Lewis
i ilu< ckai f. Di Gr itz and their
chip-off-th -ti Dr.< iratz, Dr. and
Mrs .- plan, Dr and Mrs Paul Plotkin,
Dr. .i ': tus, Dr. and Mrs. .i icob
Neber, D Mrs. Milton Less \. Dr. and Mrs.
Sandford Levine, Dr. and Mrs. Coleman Kramer,
Dr. and Mrs. James Furlong and Dr. and Mrs.
David Lchrman. Then there were Dr. and Mrs.
Stanley Jonas i Dolly Jonas used to bo a terrific
. nmeri Dr. and Mrs. Howard Grumer, Dr.
and Mrs. Alexander Libow 'I was afraid to ask
how old their blue-eyed baby is now). Dr. and
Mrs. Elliot Cohen and Dr. and Mrs. Alex Rosen-
b i There were a few other professions repre-
sented there, too. I won't tell you which one*, but
Aaron and Marcie Kanner and Jack and Dolly
Courshon were among the guests.
It sr rot WAIT
rhi rr is some doubt if Alex Youngerman is
.is happy to be home from Spain as his wife.
Reyna, is she has boon painting like mad and
working lik.' a Trojan ever since they cot back
n order to meet the deadline for her exhibition
at the Coconut Grove Theater gallery. Reyna's
I'miil} went from Spain to Holland at the time
inquisition and she was tremendously in-
sted and excited, trying to capture scenes
on film and doing sketches of things she
want< d to paint. One of her favorites is a painting
shi has just completed of children in a convent
gj rden. She said she found Toledo almost un-
touched by the passage of time. She found the
Spi.nish people seemed to have a guilt complex
about theii own behavior, but say that other
countries were far worse and aie now singing
thi praises ol Jewish culture and reminding
everyone that Columbus was part Jewish.
A "OO-OATOR" flATHKRINO
A lew brave souls wore their insignia proudly
but Miami fans were overwhelmingly outnum-
! at the gathering in the home of Jay and
He: nice Rossin. Bernice, looking adorable in an
orange and blue pant suit, greeted the guests
ivith Jay, who was wearing a "Gator tie" with
his orange and blue blazer, which was fastened
.\iih the school's buttons. The "Gator" fighting
\a\ el on the front door pointed out the house
hi anyone who couldn't hear the noise emanat-
< n it. and guests poured in from 4-7 p.m..
i to t to th
in addition t i the buffet tables, nail tables
v.. re set up in the pool-patio area, an I
hors d'oeuvr. s and drinks, land predictioi -
ng itr a dinner which was foMowed bj a
... With lusci .us icing which -
Among the it the fun-l
Mr. and Mrs. Jai es Kaufman, Mr
Steven Q I n, Mr. and Mrs
Shevin, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sheldon, Rabbi
all M 51 Idon Edwards, Dr. and Mrs Irvin
h. Mr. and Mrs Max Spi gelman, Mi
M s. Rob 'it Spiegelman, Mr and Mrs. Stai
, Mr. and Mrs si mle> Hamersmith, Mi
and Mrs. Nick Roin, Mr. and Mrs Mori -
Fulernick, Dr. and Mrs, H nr> Gli<:- and Mi
and Mrs. dime- Gordon.
THE HITMAN REUNION
Maxwell and Bea Hyman. their daught(
i Mrs. Leslie i Bllkstel and her children flew up
to Ann Arbor. Mich., for the Bar Mitz\ ih ol
Michael, son of Larry and Doris Sperling. Tom
Hyman. Doris" twin brother, flew in from Den.
ver and Ted. whose wife, Sue, staj d home with
one of their children who had the mumps, brought
the other three with him from Raleigh, N.C
What fun it is for a familj to get togethei
such a joyful event a? tins. The senior Hymans
had a wonderful time with ill four children to-
gcther once again.
THKY GET ABOUND
Sadie and Gerson Eisenberg thought they
had landed in Shangri-la during their vacation,
everything was so beautiful and pleasant at the
Mauna Kea Beach Hotel in H iwaii The)
joyed the Rockefeller Art collect!' n, the v i I
and the food, in just ih.r. order, the>
George and Margaret Stearn, who were he!
for a lew day.-, in Italy by the longshoremi
strike, say the didn't mind ii bit in fact the}
weie pleased by the delay.
LUCKY BABY
There are three generations of grandparents
ready and willing t" help spoil the new baby at
the Bogis house. The new arrival, Jason Alan.
whose parents are Gil and Evie Bogis. also has
a brother. Howard. The potential spoilers are
Gil's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Bogis: their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Spector, and the
great-great-grandmothcr, Mrs. Mary Portnoy ol
Philadelphia. On the other side of the family is
another grandmother. Mrs. Sylvia Roth, Evie's
mother. The whole family agrees wholeheartedly
with her verdict that the new baby is "absolutely
adorable" -^ *!. fttftttlt
Ncrth Beach Elementary PTA officers showing pleasure over
nee ticket sales for the premiere of "Paint Your
Wagcn" in Loews Bay Harbor Theatre, proceeds from
which went to their organization, are (from left) Mrs. Jack
Hartley, president, Mrs. Herbert Levin, vice president, and
Mrs. Stem Brodsky, ways and means chairman. With them
is Jack Nonis, the theatre's general manager.
1
rrancet Ce/imiiii
f
Members of the Woman of the Year luncheon committee
meet to discuss plans for the American Friends of the He-
brew University event, which will take place at noon Friday
in the Fontainebleau Hotel. They are 'from left Greater
Miami Division president Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, Mrs.
Harry Frankel, Mrs. Sigmund Fogler. chairman of the
committee, and Mrs. David Ponve.
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Page 11 -B
Woman Of Year Luncheon Friday
Samuel
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. chai Rosen, Greater Miami's Womi
'. an ..! the Y r o| (fa v.. r, ai
on the Vmerican Friends S ;h iv< r or Detroit
" "' l; l'i iversity, mat ive lit
this week with members of li
n tti to f nalize prai s
11* PYiiM. vvl.icu wi.l lake p
in th- Fontainobleau Hotel Fri
day at noon.
H m
be
Arlene Florence's
Works On Exhibit
\ one-vs om in show is c irrent'>
"ii display at y 5 3361 S''
li I A\ e '.'. he :i '. ill i p n tin
through the month ol Deci
Th
A l ne Fl "
if Co il i i hies.
wife "I I '!'. -
man Fl
Ihei i '
bo> n hi
!: H m-
ture, art sho ilil
eonvej i fe< n
ms u
lion and chant;?
Arlene Florcaee Arlene has us -d
bars to
i th I riimenc on to h >r
work, which ls const as u
lintc I ind ai first: glance ap-
jyi he lelic dream.
A : r o Beth D ivid t'on-
n, Mi F!oi to v
:. ixh bit in muse ims
and ill in the 1 Initi I States
id. n 'I her 11 icheliir
ne \. '!". -i ihi B
I'niversitj of Fit e ind /Vpplic',
iduate work
;>i Han rd Unix pr Itj and :ii the
T\ r S ': pol ol A: i ;>i Temple
slty.
rlv only c >nst ml is ch i
the i >. |j i h inge Ls c> olu
\i K ni philosoph] an I it
'i is had i : il feel n I i i '
w 'h in 1967 irne i he '
i>. < \ ;,> \'" iviiptine award
Wo/net co Theatres
I mal Woi in ol th
i Ye it a ar I, rlv award *ill 1
for pres uted I \ R ibhl e
spiritual lea In ol Te 11| :
Shiilom M mi uch ind J i
S. Popii;.. 1,1, ml r of Ihe I
national Riard
.\- University of Jerusalem.
M Sig nui I ) ogler, on
if Mi Greal r Miami Women's Di-
the American Friends ol
the !I brew Uni> ..;> nnou
that as part il the unusual pro-
-lam i ir this luncheon,
rom th edy "A Funny Thin
1 hi the Way to the Fo -
urn" "I V presented !>;. cast
: the Unix erslty of
i
Mcaml.le
til* nowchild
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SATURDAY EVENING DECEMBER 27 THRU SUNDAY JANUARY 4th
(NO PERFORMANCE MONDAY, DECEMBER 29th.
TICKETS AT BOX OFflCE AMU MIAMI BEACH RADIO CO
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21, TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
SANCTUARY, 4144 CHASE AVENUE,
MIAMI BEACH
EVELYN LEAR, Soprano
THOMAS STEWART, Baritone
METROPOLITAN OPERA COMPANY
IN CONCERT TOGETHER
"MR. CHIPS is a beautiful, frankly
nostalgic film"
Boston Globe
%3U
T'lioiuiis Stewart
8:30 P.M.
Kvelj ii Lear
Single tickets $3.95
(Student Tickets Available) a! Temple Box Office 538-7231
01 Allegro Music House. Coral Gables,
Miami Beach Radic Co., Lincoln Road
Subscription foi remaining 2 concerts:
THEODORE BIKEl, February 7, 1970
MiSHA DICHTER, March 7, 1970
Available ai Temple Office
MOM Present' An
Peter O'Toole Petuia Clark
"Goodbye, Mr. Chips"
Sir Michael Redgrave
. no Ratti) n
Din I
Leslie Bri
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8:30 p.m.
PLAYING
2 SHOWS DAILY Mat. 2 i.m. Eo. 1:30 i.m.
All Seots Reserved on sole at Bo Ottice by Mail Any Florida Stote Theatre
Henley players -sss:
at the Hotel Plozoj Begqnte Theatre JjL
Sth ond CoMm*. Mtotnt t* JEWISH NATIONAL FUND PRESENTS
11
ISRAELIS ARE
COMING"
Produced Directed by
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Israeli Festival
Direct From Tel Aviv
JO AMAR
ISRAEL'S FRANK SINAIKA
BERNIE BERNS
The Laughingest Comedian Direct from Broidway
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WITH AN ALL-STAR ISRAELI CAST
ISRAEL'S ARMY DANCERS AND SINGERS
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'Backed by o solid chorus, both danc-
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and talented supporting players.
Martin and Charisse were showcojed
in a happy-go-lucky .frivolous musical,
which drew repeated laughs ond
much applause, '
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NOW THROUGH DECEMBER 21st
TONY MARTIN CYD CHARISSE
in Cole Porter s
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Terence Monk Leonard Drum
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*Jcist fhrkfian
Friday, December 19, iggg

FELICIA LEVINE
Felicia Beth, daughter of Mis.
Murray Levine and the late Mr.
Levine. will become Bat Mitzvah
a1 Ti mple Zion during the late
Friday evening services Dec. 19.
Felicia is an honor student at
South Miami Junior High School,
v. here she is in the eighth grail''.
The celebranfs mother will host
the Oneg Shabbat following the
s. 1 \ io 8 Friday evening in her
honor.
Att n.ling the celebration will
be Felicia's grandparents, Mr. and
Morris William Lauretz.
* $
STEVEN ADAM8KY
Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs.
ry Adamsky, will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, Dec. 20, at
Temple Son.
Steven attends the West Miami
Patrice Marbin Frances Plot kin
Junior High School, where he is
;.. the eighth grade.
A number of guests from New
; will be in attendance at the
celebration, and at the reception
in honor of the celebrant which
will be hosted by his parents Sat-
urday evening in the Goldm Key
F.oom.
a n s
IAN S1LVERMAN
Ian Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs.
J.Iyer Silverman, will become Bar
vah Saturday. Dec. 20. at
Temple Emanu-El, where his fa-
ther is the educational director.
An eighth grade honor studi nt
.-t Ida M FiBher Junior High
School, when he plays first trum-
pet in the band. Ian has been the
ipient of the Kaplan Award.
n by the Bureau of Jewish
Kducation to the Greater Miami
I i a student with the highest
marks in Hebrew.
Following the services, the cele-
1 rant will be honored at a Kiddush
in the temple's Friedland Ballroom.
Ian's grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Shuster of Winni-
Canada, will be among the
sts at the festivities.
*
PATRICE MARBIN
Patrice, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Mai bin. will become Bat
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion Friday evening, Dec. 19.
A student at John F. Kennedy
Junior High School, where she is
in the eighth grade, Patrice at-
t< nds Beth Torah's Harold Wolk
Religious School, and plans to con-
tinue her religious education
t re.
Patty's parents will sensor the
Oneg Shabbat following the serv-
ices in h( : honor, and host a party
1 i her friends Saturday night.
* *
DALE BEARMAN
Dale Mitchell, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Julius K. Bearman, 435 tlar-
c i Rd.. Coral Gables, will become
Bar Mitzvah during the 11:15 a.m.
s< rviccs at Temple Judea Satur-
day, Dec. 20.
An eighth grade honor student
nt Ponce de Leon Junior High
School, Dale has played Khoury
League baseball five years, and
last May was an honor graduate of
Temple Judea's Hebrew S< hool. He
is continuing his religious educa-
tion to Confirmation, and is a
student of consational Hebrew.
The Oneg tfhifcbat will be hosted
by the celebrantS" maternal grand-
parents, Mr.^rrUFMrs. Leo H. Eb-
Mein. and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
of whom are IockI residents. His
parents will host a reception and
dinner-dance in his honor in the
temple's sicial hall Saturday eve-
ning. Among the guests will be
family and friends from New York
and New Jersey.
* *
STEPHEN YAFFE
In the main sanctuary < : Temple
N. r Tamid Saturday, Dec. 20. at
the 8:45 a.m. services, Stephen,
the sun of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Yaffe. 1065 97th St.. Miami Beach,
will become Bar Mitzvah.
Stephen is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School and attends
N. r Tamid Religious School.
A Kiddush in honor ol thi ci le-
brant will follow the worship serv-
ice s. ami a r. ception will be h Id
at the Eden Roc Hotel Saturday
evening.
Coming from New York for thi
celebration will be Mrs. Mamie
Decker, Stephen's great-grand-
mother; maternal grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Orovet; Mrs.
Blanche Yaffe: and his aunts and
uncles. Mr. and Mrs. Janus Orm-
ston, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Yaffe
and Helen Orovet.
s, *
FRANCES PLOTKIN
Friday evening. Die. 19. Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz will officiate
when Frances Dale, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Plot kin of
Miami Beach, becomes Bat Mitz-
vah at Temple Menorah.
Fiances attends Nautilus Junior
High School, where she is in the
eighth grade.
The Kiddush following the u r-
ship services will be sponsored by
the celebrant's parei in her
honor.
Randy levine
Ian Silverman
Stephen Voile imes fo.iik*rf
Dule Bearman
RICHARD MILLER
Richard, son -I Mr and Mrs.
Stanley Miller of North Miami
Beach, will bed Bar Mitzvah
.,t Beth Torah Congregation Sat-
urday morning, Dec. -0.
An eighth grade student .it John
F. Kennedy .bin:.:- H
Richard, who is enrolli '. in Beth
Torah's Hebrew Hi :h Scl
: m its Harol i Wolk Re-
5 School isl u :
to continue his
through Confii
Tin
n his h'ii
3 ville Hotel S
An ong the
Ihe celebr ition w I I* R
nothor, Mrs. 1
Baltimore.
observed his
Martin Rosenthal.
p \i.,,v i at Temple Israel of
',:., Mum, Saturday, Dec. 13. Ration.
\ studenl I Temple Israel's R
ligious School for eighl years,
David itt<: Is Ponce de Leon Jun-
ioi Hi) h Sch ">!
Thc nt was h n >r I al
. .,,., | Sal ird 5 evening in
ih. Ha Hjum South His
mi md Mrs Aaron
I wit ther I m
:> ..., friends in cele-
-. in.
Sinai ol North Dade. where he,-
father is president ui

Han iet Is in eighth gi |
studenl in Temple Sin
ions School, and will I* .-, ,
firmation Class of 1972 -
on the principal's h
John F. Kenw dy J .
School.

DAVID ROSENTII M-
David, the son ol Di
Mrs
HXKKIrT ( OOKE
f Dr and
[:s. Stai IB
;-,,-. the S ibbath
. -. ,. ; lucted bj
Ralph P Kin > it 10:30
.. m Saturd.iv De< 20 in T<
Amon : li more l >ts at-
tending the festiv ties <
riet's ents. Mi
.md Mrs Simon Cohei
n tther, Mrs. Lena C
i, Pa : Mr
Bruce Isa icman ... I :.,.
nsburg. Pa : Pr. and Mrc I
Brown and faMily, Afl
Mrs. TiUie Salkin and
field. Philadelphia. Pa.
Osteopathic Auxiliary
Launches Seal Drive
The annual campaign
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the American Osteopathic Asso-
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and mayors ol all 50 states, i
tun.Is to be us. d to provide loans
for needy students in thi six
: Bl I I
i by
members of thi ost
fi ssi
Mrs ton Smil I Dr.
Sn ith ol Sort
|i nl of tlv Auxiliarj to the
il As-
sociation, rci ently pi d Lieu-
tenant Governor R
i if Osteopal H

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serve his Bar Mitzvah during thi
si rvices at Temple M norah Sat-
urday morning. Dee. 20, with
Rabbi Mayer Al ramowitz officiat-
ing.
James, who last June reci ived
the American Legion's "Outstand-
ing Student of the Year" award, is
a seventh grade studi nt at Nau-
tilus Junior High School.
A Kiddush in honor of the ci 1' -
brant will follow the sei vices in
the temple's social hall, and a re-
ception and dinner in his honoi
will be held Saturday evening in
the Doral Hotel.
a *
BANDY LEVINE
Randy Steven, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Gilbert Levine, 7271 SYV
113th St.. will become Bar Mitz-
vah at Temple Btth Am Satui I
Dec. 20.
An eighth grade student at Pal-
metto JuniOl High School, Randy
plays drums in the school's "Wind
Ensembli ."
Mr. and Mrs. Levine will host
the Oneg Shabbat following the
Fridav evening services as well as
the Kiddush following the cere-
mony Saturday 81"1 honor thi ir
son at a recj^tion and dinner in
the Seville tel Saturday eve-
ning. %
Guests ;:t The celebration will
include thv-^T^eWanf's prarwlpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lieber-
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Friday, December 19, 1969
+Je*ist RtorarJicur
Pagel3-B
Institute Honors Dr. Kronish
\
stablishment ot the Lron
nish Institute of Living Juda-
l of the Termle Beth Shalom
imvment Fund was announced
is w.< k as the climax to the
/nth long...c. lebivin.in ot Dr.
nish's 'Jteh Anniversary as ra!>-
i UmiMAMI Beach congrega-
m.
[sadore Hecht and Arthur H.
urshon, cochairmen of the board
trustees ol TV mpli Beth Sholom
i of the 25th anniversary evi nts,
dd "Rabbi Kronish's lifetime oi
! hip for countless cau
half of our con m ir faith
. i our people will be i co
this pei etua
>r."
The Institute will b fui led
h i h temple's ndowm nl
nd, of which Judge Harry Arthur
enbei nt of the
ijn gatii n, is chairmai I th< r
Advertisement
mrmbers of the endow merit fund
committee are James M. Albert,
Louis F. Sm tman am! John Sei bin,
all past presidents of Temp;. B th
Sholom, and Mr, Hi eht.
The Leon Kronish Institute of
Living Judaism's net income
produced by the eHOMtmcnt fund,
but not llit- fund itself, will be
us ii for sui h projects as:
Experimentation in new ideas
i:i Jewish Education. Special pro-
grams will be tailored for young
, i ople, our \ n d >. niors a id the
oil !,. gleet d K' neration in be-
iwei 11.
Estal lish ncnl al pro-
grams at i oi
' S holar in Resid< n< and "Is-
... Resident ique
itu will effer i ) o tr sj na-
nd to tli op-
II mil ies for in-d pth study, dis-
cussion and dialog wil talented
personalities from at home and
abroad.
Benes Chairman Of ZOA
Service For Israel Dinner
Lose
10 lbs. in
10 days en
Grapefruit
Diet
HOLLYWOOD. CALIF. (Spe-
riai)This is the revolutionary
grapefruit diet that everyonr is
suddenly talking about. Literally
thousands <>f copies have been
passed from hand to hand in
factories, plants and offir -s
throughout the l.S. and
Panada i
Word of its success has spread
lilii* wUdflMh BBOftUM this is the
diet that really works. We haVfl
lestiinouiais in our files report-
ing on the success ot this diet.
!i you follow it exactly, you
should lose lo pounds In 10
days. There will he no weight
toss in the first tour days. Bat
you will suddenly drop 5 pounds
mi the ."itii day. Thereafter you
will lose i1, pounds every two
.lays until you get down to
your proper weight. Best <'f all.
th re will be no hunger pangs.
\.,w revised :uul enlarged, this
new diet plan lets you stuff
yourself with foods that were
formerly "forbi Id -"." such as
Uig stmika trimmed with fat.
r .ist or frinl chicken, rich
gravies, mayonnaise, seafood
swimming In butter and scram-
bled eggs. Vou can e it until
you are full, until \ *i cann rt
poMibly < i' any more, in'
,'iil lone in pounds In the first
ten days plus I'j pounds every
two days thereafter until your
weight is down to normal. The
secret behind this new "qulcfe
weight loss" diet is simile. ra1
does nol form fat. \nd the
grapefruM jince In this new
did nets as a oatalyl (the
-trigger' i. to start the fat
burning process. You stuff
,.urs.-lf on the permitted food
listed In the diet plan, and still
lose unsightly f.it and excess
bod) flui.'s. When the fat and
H .,t are gone you will ocase
to lose Weight and VOUT Weight
will remain eonstHnl \ oopj
of this im-w ruid startling sue
resaful diet plan onn be obt -
ed by Be idtng 18 to ORAPE-
MU IT DIET PUBLISHERS.
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Moneyback guarantee, if after
trying the diet ptan >"" have
not lost pound* in the first
seven days, and >'? pounds
every tWO '>* then-after, sim-
ply return the diet plan and
your $2 will be refunded promp-
tly and without argument. Te ir
our this message as a reminder.
De.ld.- now to regain the trim
attractive flciire of your youth,
while enjoying hearty break-
fasts, lunches and dinners.
Creation of new programs for
our youth designed to assist them
in preparing for the challenges ol
today and tomorrow. Entertain-
ment will mingle with education,
debate with dancing, music with
prayer and a myriad of projects
designed and executed by our hope
for the future our youth.
Enhancing the quality of Jew-
ish living.
Promoting the growth of Lib-
i ral Judaism through an ever
expanding Tt mple Beth Sholom.
A capacity audience of some 800
persons in the American Ballroom
of the Hotel Plaza at Saturday
night's dinner honoring Dr. Kron-
ish heard a scries of tributes by
international, national, state and
i.xal leaders. Among those who
spoke were Ambassador Avraham
ilarman. president of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem; I>r. Jacob
uYinstein. honorary national
chairman of the Israel Histadrut
Committee; Theodore Bikel, na-
ti mal vice presidenl "'. the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress; Don Shoe-
. er, i ditor of the Miami H( raid;
Milton Weiss, presidenl of the
Greatei Miami Jewish i I ration;
Jack M. Fink president of the
on -regation; and Ron il i Kronish,
jon of Dr. and Mrs Kronish.
Dr. Bernardo Benes, active
.Miami Beach Zionist leader, vice-
president oi the Washington Fed-
eral Savings of Miami Beach and
president of the Oman Hebrew
Social Circle ot Miami, will serve
as the chairman of the "Service
for Israel'' dinner- lai ce
sored by the South Florida Dis-
tricts of the Zionist Organization
of Ami i ica, S u lay s ing, in
the Balln i mi of Ti tnu-Fl,
1T'>! \. a; in :1 in A\ ., .' liami
Bi ach.
The event wi th a -
tail n a ption al 5 p.m., I
b dim r and Ian in at 6,
Dr. Benes, v ho is i nat i\
Cuba and i iv< torat
Lav. degree fro I Ia< ana Uni-
versity, not i nlv has bei n act
in sevei al /.i mi >l ; iroji ct; but
also ,->s a direct >r ol the United
Fui d, t lr< ater Mi imi i irban Coali-
tion, Health Planning Council, and
the new Miami Action Committee
ol the Greater Miami Chamber of
Commerce. He has been spokes-
man on many occasions ior the
Cuban exile population pertain-
ing to community problems and
has sponsored several forums for
the Greater Miami Cuban com-
munity.
The dinni r- lance, with a mini-
mum of hes and the emphasis
on entertainment, will present to
the guests the first performance
h s :; Floi id i oi the Sabra
Troupe. aW Outstanding "l<;ra> :i
song and dai roup, in a special
progi im oi I a< II and interna-
tional sol
his ision.
Ai
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th
!).' I:
'.' I -' -' : .'. ho I -
ci ntly appeared i:i the Interna-
tional Music Festival, on the Ita-
lian Riviera .and who was ac-
claim I as I Kciting vol
since < aruso and Lanza. A Met-
ropolitan i 'p< a discovery,
a has :' rformi d through-
out Europe as wi Ii as in concert
Is in th. major American citi -
: i ii ing venirtg*S progi *
Rep. Claule Pepper will be
nted with the "American Isi
Friendship" Award and Mary
Danii Is. Miami Beach Zionist lead-
i r, will be the recipient of th <
.,; S ice for Israi I" Aw i I
of ti-, S iuth Floi ida l (istricts
the Zionist Organization I
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Tnge 14-B
+Jen isl> fkrtcKeun
Miami Happenings
Rabbi Berger To Head
Slate Shaare Zedek Chapter
I. J. WoMowtck, president of
ners, liw.. producers uf "Kit/"
rbonated beverages, lias an-
unced that his linn's comings
.m reached an all time hi;.i.
RuMa Wi.lliiwiiU. chairman of
the board, said tlir- firm is con-
t< mplating the production of a
2S-oz, bottle with a twist top,
< ntaining all flavors, and a new
, w-calorie soda containing no
cyctamatcs, which will be tributcd in i<.>!>-t<>p cans.
Jack l. Gordon, president of
\\ aahiagton Federal Savings and
Loan Isaociution, Miami Beach,
- i\ii' as consultant at the five-
> meeting on Finance for
Housing and Community Faciii-
s hold by the United Nations
its headquarters in New
i k City. Mr. Gordon has pre-
uslj undertaken housing li-
ce missions for the United
. lions in the Somali Republic.
. (I handled similar assignments
Nigeria and Latin America
U r the Agenc) for International
vclopmenl at the request of
State Department
K. II. Bishop, Southern Region
Vice president ol Northeast Air-
lines, has been appointed a sys-
Umwide vice president by the
I oston-bascd carrier. A veteran
lux executive, Mr. Bishop.
who joined Northeast in 19(5.''
alter 24 years with Delta, will
Hi ui to make Miami his
headquarters, but will navel
hout the territory served
Noi tin ast as the coir; any's
,11 ida salt sman."
\i its annual mei ting held re-
; ;. in I >a; tona B< ach, the
I loridn Municipal Judges Asso-
..... ted Judge Hairs Ar-
ir (ireenlM ig ol the Mi nicipal
i | [stands, to
Hid ol dors
, Joe and
\ Beach II' I
I rm
b
nkll lla
Vet-
. I ration Hospital,
i .. U.D.,
1
.-, \..\ ofl from all
, i- lation in Wa
; i.C
*
Som rsons att nded the
astal 'rowers' recent Charm-
h party, which was addressed
) II,i on GoMsteiu. The pro-
LTam includi .1 a candlelighting
i the Chanukah story
. nd communitj singing in addi-
tion to the holiday fare of
potato latkes and applesauce.
* G Q
Miami Beach senior judge Al-
fred K. Ncsbitt, who is on the
board of directors of the Florida
Municipal Judges Association,
attended the 19t>9 International
Conference of North American
Judges Association in San Fran-
cisco early this month. He re-
ports that his efforts were suc-
cessful, and the 1970 convention
will be held in Miami Beach next
November. He has been named
convention manager for the con-
clave, which will be the associ-
tion's largest to date, bringing
some 1500 persons to the area.
A new .Mayor's has been open-
ed by IrviiiK and Joan Gets in
Coral Gables. Designed by Sal-
vatore Anthony Bosco, and fea-
turing fabulous gems and a com-
plete line of gift items, the new-
est addition is located at 370
Miracle Mile.
,:, <<
The Harry .lames "big band-
dale at .Miami Springs Villas has
been reset for Jan. 30-31. A filet
mignon dinner is included in the
$25 per person tab, which bene-
lits Variety Children's Hospital.
The comedy "A Funny Thing
Happened on the Way to the
Forum." at the University of
Miami's KiiiK Theatre, will con-
clude its run with Saturday eve-
ning's performance. The cast in-
dud, s AlySOD Tanner. John De-
Meo. Larry Land. Ernest 8a-
liella. Scott Avery, Kill Fuller,
Bert .Morris, Maureen Phermaa,
Diane Peterson. Marti Sharron,
Ronnie Fnrlong. Margaret Olm-
sted. Ginnie Salts and Debbie
I ;l\\ ICllCe.
I
Ai raw l*.. Baluk, son ol Mr.
I Mrs. thraham I Saluk, i
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it i
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Bernie Sutta, I ndly
ii Judge Edward Klein's
i i. j| Com i ol Ri cord, is i m-
\ al scing at home follov ing sur-
INGUSHMAN NOW RESIDENT
IN BAHAMAS
Would like to meet single gentle-
man with o view to business
proposition or partnership. Write
E.N.R., Box 2973. Miami, Florida
33101.
Rabbi Maxwell Berger, spiritual
leader of Temple /.amora. Coral
Gables, has been appointed chair-,
man oi the Florida Chapter of the
American Committee for Shaare
Zcdek H< spMal in Jerusalem.
Born in Safed. Israel. Rabbi
Berger, author of "Beneath the
Surface" and "God Be With You".
has lectured extensively through-
out the United States and Canada.
j included in his lecture tours were
Pennsylvania Teachers' College,
gery at South Miami Hospital.
His wife. "Bos," and her broth-
er, Circuit Court Jadge Milton
A. Friedman, are still in mourn-
ing following the death of their
father, pioneer Miamian William
Friedman.
Works were donated by art-
ists Elaine Bbrenkranz, Bosa-
mniKi Hammond and Alexandra
Schoninger to the Suburban
League for use as prizes at us
recent continental breakfast and
art exhibition, held for the bene-
fit ol Varietj Children's Hos-
pital. Hostesses were Beverlj
Schonlnger and Susan smith.
shmuel 1-Vrshko. composer of
"The Israelis Are Coming,"
: which starts al Miami Beach
' Auditorium Saturday night, is
now busy with a new symphoi >
; which will be heard first at the
| University of Miami.
Pennsylvania (lam p-
I'hm Winter Reunion
Comp Wohelo foi iris <
.,! its I2nI i
the nip.---;.
boys v i '
the H ri Inn H~M Collii
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Washington and Jefferson College
and the University of Miami.
Rabbi Berger established the
Friday. December 19, 1969
North Shore Meets
North Shore Ladies .\u\ lrv
677, Jewish War Veteran-. W|||
celebrate its 16th birthdaj al its
meeting in the Washington f. |.
,ral Bank, 1183 Normandj D
Miami Beach, Wednesday al 7 .o
p.m. Florida Department pv,.M.
dent Mrs. Zelda Glass win make
her official visit to the Auxiliary
OH this occasion.
CALl MORGAN IEVY
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first Jewish Chaplain and also
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,:;..., School ol Correction, In
Pennsylvania.
A member ol the Mark Twain
[jterarj Society and honorary
!. mber ol the KuRcne Fields So-
i:, tv ul Literature, he is a thirty-
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~riday. December 19, 1969
vJenisti fkridltiin
Page 15-3
Obituaries
LEGAL NOTICE
BEORICH. Ida, TK. 1S1 N.E. SSnd
si Kiveralde. lul.rni.nl Ml. N.lin
BERMAN, David, 7;. 1737 Jtmis
Avo., M.H. Riverside.
caROOZO, Minnie, >;. 1(1 n.k. BSnd
Si Riverside, im.rmi-ni Mt. Nebo.
FEIT. Morris J., 77. i'4! Pennsyl-
vania Avf., M It. I{i -. i 1 >-
FREEMAN, Bally, 7ii. Hil2i) N.B, IStli
PI., N M 11 Riverside
FRIEDMAN, Albert. >>?. 1S33 N K
172nd St. Uvlll
rRUMES, Clara. Zi. 1X00 Sun Snuci
Hhd.. N. Miami Riverside.
GUMEINER, Isaac M.. 90. G7H0 Hard-
ing A\f., M.ll. Riverside.
LITTMAN. Berth*, 73. 39*0 Clli.is
Avc. M.ll. KIwarsMe
STEINHOF, Sully. 6*. 801 N.E. !'lh
St Riverside.
wachtel. s.-ima.
Beach. Rivet-ni.
Sinai.
-DLER. Row. 81,
M li. Gordon.
CEODES, Kay M ,
llnrhor Dr., II:i>
Riverside.
GOLDBERG. Tlllie.
lK'.th St, N M II.
m.iit Mt. Klnaj.
1.IPMAN .Ev.lyn M 74. tJKfti PollinK
A v.- Mil. Riverside.
stein, May. ?, S91 s Ocean Dr.,
HallamJale Riverside
RYKEL. Ja.....>. 82, 1245 Euclid Avc ,
.M II Riverside
sherman. Zachary, It, 1741 Collins
W... M II Riverside
Lee. 7", HI N W. 41li SI
SLAGEL.
i lordon.
SOLOMON. Harry A.. 7S. 5078 Ris-
cajrne Blvd. Riverside.
GEWERTZ, Arthur H 7.'.. 10a Lin-
coln ltd Mil. Riverside Inter*
meat Mt. Nebo.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEItBBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned* desiring to engage
m business under Ihe fictitious name
..f AZDCAR TCRB1NADA ai 1.180 \V
S7th Tar., Hial.ah Intenda to register
mid name with the clerk of the Cir-
cuit c.un of Dade County. Florida.
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 66-20762
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DOROTHY ELIZABETH McKlSSlCK.
Plaintiff,
BOBBRT WILLIAM M. KIsslCK.
I 't-l.-ndant.
TO: ROBERT WILLIAM M. K1SSICK
oo Mi. lx>ii Mictka
14 Rio Vista Street
Springfield, Mass.
ROBERT WILLIAM McKlSSlCK
c/o Mr. Ambrose MrKlasiok
1246 K. Superior Street
op* Ijocka, Florida
You, ROBBRT Wll.l.IAM M.KIS-
sick. are hereby notified that a Hill
of Complaint for Divorce has Keen
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your An-
swer or Pleading to the [till of Com-
plaint on the Plaintiffs attorney,
KBNNKTH N. BeKANT, Suite 229.
One Lincoln Rd. Bide. Miami Bearh,
Kla. 13139 and file the original Answ-
er or Pleading In the office of the
Clerk .'i the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 19th day of January. 1970.
If you fall to do so. judgment by de-
fault will he tak.n against yon for
Hi. relief demanded in the Bill <
Compla
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive week*
In nil-: JEWISH i i.i HIIDIAN
DONK AND ORDERED nl Miami.
Florida, this 17th day ..f December
A l> I.....
\: II I.BATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
Bj M IRttl'BRITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
. i "|r< uii i 'nurl Seall
KENNETH N He KANT
Suite
m Lincoln Rd Hl.lt
Miami Bl acli I'la
Tel No .::- I 12
I for Plaintiff
12 19-21 :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ]
the undersigned desiring to engage In !
I'Usin. ss at 279.'. Collins Avenue, Miami |
Beach, Florida under the fictitious
; names of HAITI TRAVEL ADVIS-
IHH8; TRAVEL ADVISERS intends
to register said name with the Clerk
I of the Circuit Court of Dade County, .
! Florida.
WYLLYS TOURS, INC.
A. HAROLD BINDER, President
KNGLANDER A IICRNETT
i Attorneys at Law
i 1 Lincoln Road Building
Miami Beach, Florida
12 19-26 1 t-S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 86C1.CI.lrk
In RE: Estate of
MERLE SAVITT
1 leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demand- Against Said
Estate:
Y<'U are hereby notified and required
to present any claims anil demands
which you may have against Ihe es-
tate of MBRT.B SAVITT deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, lo the
County Judges of Dad. County, and
file the same in dupHcati and as
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes .in lh< Ir offices in the County
Courthouse in ilad.- i'.'iin'y. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
lime of the firsi publication hereof,
or the same \> ill he bai red
Dated at Miami, Florida, this l.'.ih
daj of December. A D, 196'.'
i' \l{' H.E S SAVITT
As Administratrix C T A
First publication ..f this nolle.....<
the 19th day of |i.....-mber, 1969
sr \RBER \M> R< ISKIN
PRl IPESSK >NA L ASS< KM ATI" IN
\- nme) for
Administratrix C T A
rth Bit a>m Bouli vard
M In ml, Kloridn
12 19 ... "
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-20315
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARTHA ANN WOERRUE1N,
Plaintiff,
vs.
HERMANN HANS WOBRR1.BIN,
I left ndalir.
TO: HERMANN HANS WOERRLETN
Rural Route No 1. Hoy :I77
< lid Ward Road
Dunkirk, Maryland
You. IIKIIJI.LV HANS WOERRLEIN,
are hereby notified that n Hill ..t i'..ni-
plaint lor Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required
to servo a copy of your Answer <>r
Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney. VOX ZAMFT I
*i SMITH, 1612 Capital Hank Huil.l- '
inc. Miami. Florida 33131 and file Ihe
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit j
Court on or before the 9111 day of [
January. 197". If you fail lo do so, I
Judgment by default will be taken I
against you for the relief demanded I
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once I
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FIXHtlDIAN.
DoNE AND ORDERED at Miami,;
Florida, this 9th day of p,.,-, mber
A D. 1969.
K. B. L.EATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: N A HEWETT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
VON /.AMET SMITH
1312 Capital Bank Bldg
Miami. Florida 23132
Attorneys for Plaintiff
12 I2-19-2K 1 2
LEGAL NOTICtf
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN II it
ihi. undersigned, desiring lo eng. -.-
in business under Ihe nctlllous :.
ol HAROLD G. NORMAN, .11: M
at Suite 510 Ingraham Bldg., 25 .- .
2nd Ave., -Miami. Flu. :;:;i::i intend!
register said name with the Clerk
the Circuit Court of Bade Coui
Florida.
HAROLD G. NORMAN. JR.
P A
By: HAROLD G NORMAN, .li:
President
FROMBERG. FROMBBRG &
ROTH, p.A,
At torneys for
HAR< 'l.D G N< >RMAN. ,1R ,
M.D., 1- A
12. 12 I!'-..'. I
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NOT.v.- ^.JDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Ihi undersigned, desiring t.. engage
i!1 business tinder Ihe fictitious name
"i THE CHEF ul I5S0 \V. ".711. T. r .
Hiateah Intend lo register said name
uiili ihe Clerk of ihe Clrcull Courl
of Dade County, Elorldn
EI.oI'.ida PACKAGING FOOD CORP
12 19-26 1 2-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME i_AW
XI 'TUT, IS HBRBin ''.l\ EN II I
under gned, di Irii |
in business under tin flctittou.'
VI.VIN M GETZ, M D al !'9.i \
ii Blvd N Miami II. a. h
''-.
u uri
i Flm Ida
DR \LVIN M GB1 V. P \
KCR1 '. ELI ISCH
Vttoi Vpplicant
167 Ainu rl i Avenui
'I Gables, lla 331 4
12 19 .'.. 1 '
G'ELB
MQ.NUMENTS INC.
'-n rery Ogy Cfeiea Sonaalfc
SW 57th Av. MO 1-8583
Wiomi'j Only Strietly Jewish
Monument Deoler
PARNESS UNVEILING
Th? dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late
MAX PARNESS
will take place
Sunriay, December 21 st
ot Mt. Sinai Cemetery,
Israelite Center Section,
at '.; c.n.
with
RABBI AVR0M D3AZIN officiating.
frie.tdj end rtlatf'.ei ore
asked fo attend.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 84999
In RE Rstitli
MARIE K KRIED.MAN >J
I.....i 'I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credil ind All
tin I r >..l.l

You '
. ,i
i h ) i>u ma.t I -
slnl..... MARIE K KRIEDM tNN,
.....il 11 Countv, Florida.
... the "oui Fudges ol I ladi I 'oui U
n .1 file ill. same ill iluplh all and as
.1. .| in Sectloi 733.1 fi Kli rlda
s-. tutes, In theli "in the i '.unity
Courthouse In Bath County, Florida
\*''lnit si\ calendar months fnm Ihe
time of Ihe flrsl publication hereof,
nr ihi mi will be barn rt,
l. led ." Miami, Florida, this 12th
I lecember, A 1>
~ 8TA Nl.l'.\ C Ml BUS
STAN LEI <' Ml BUS
\ Exi ul "
Firsi publh ation of ...
I9lh da\ of l
- EDWIN M GINSIU'KU
i \t\\ iv ^l GINSBI RG r- HIRE
1.1 M ', BUS, K VPI. \ V P iRTER,
. INSi >N & KENIN
i r Exi i utor
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710 S. W. 12th AVENUE, MIAMI
373-5533
EmANUEL GORI.-ON. Foun.ler
Harbv Gorixin
Is.fi Gordon
;ames B. Gordon
HARRY CORDON
1903 1964
&4 CfooJ -jVatnt fetter \flxan Cjreat /C/c/ic*.
^Jvltn fKemain
d u..
'ICE UNDF.R
. i nous NAMI
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VACI.AX
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-. THE Cir.CLH COURT O* THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOfl DADI COUNTY, FLORIDA
c i*e No I l
NOTICE OP PULiLICATION
N RE Sill V il.MA.
I- I '
. Ji ISK .MAM EL I' M.MA
! II
\i>\ utE HER II'IED
I AT your wife, Koil.A H! MoR.\
P.M.MA. is a a Free I lenl-
Kltn dn I v I.
, linns to same, you iri
Ihe office I i I
cull i "in i and .. cop> lo Pi lii.......r"s
.. IKWIN ii CHRISTII
it Wesl Flag er Stre.
I ,. mi or before the 16th daj id
i,.,i:. 1970 Failure tti il i so nil!
. nit in a Free I >> all i i1 n >
In Zoll.A 0 MORA I'M M \
This n..ii. shall I" publ
h \. .-.!, for fnui si utive wei ks
' in THE JEWISH I'M IRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED '< Miami,
' Florida, this 1 daj "i l '< ei mber,
I
i: 1'. I.BATHERMAN, Clerk
i "ii. a.' i "i in i
lvi.>, i'i unt) Florida
Bj : MARGl'BHITE KENT
I l. l Ul) '
12 19-26 1,2-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
KOTICiS IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
undei i di ring to ei
i.ti-ii......ider the fictitious name
of SERAI D E YICK al I li Bl < >> ne
Bldg., Miami inter.ds 10 red
name with the Clerk .' Ihe Clrcull
Court >.f Had. County. Florida
GERALD E YICK, CHARTERED
Kl'P.T VYBL.LISCH
Attorne) for Appllcanl
1K7 Almeria \>.
Coral Gables, Fla. 331.14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\i .TUT. is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of PROFESSIONAL PENSION PLAN-
NERS COMPANY al Dade County
Intends to register said name with
i .'!. rl, of ihi fin mt Court ol I lade
i "oui Florida
PI ANEAPORES I'K PBNSIONES
PARA PRl IFESSil iN A LES INC
SIDNE1 EFRONSON
.. j for Applli ii
\ Bldg
'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. iTICE IS HEREBY Gil EN lhal
. derslgned il rlns eni
., hi .. titious name of
\V< iFFl 'RD BEACH H' 'TEL al
Collins Avenui Miami Beat h, Florida,
d name u Ith the
i !. I nl Ihi Circuit I 'OUI i nl I ladi
County. Florida
TIKVAH i' RP
., Florida rpoi ation
MARTIN GENET
i i' rd Street
\,.i ih Miami Hi... h, Floi
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 77893-A
IN RE 15sI '
II ANN All NEl'H ACS
NOTIC.r Or INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH:
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Case No. 69-20130
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN ui:
PETITION OK It SENIOR Hi Tl.E I
and WILLIE MAE BCTLER,
his wile, for
ADOPTION OF A MINOR CHILD
TO BE NAMED MARILYN B1TI.K L,
TO: MARY LEE ANDERSON
K. sidence Cnknuwn
YOC ARE HBREHY NOTIFII
THAT there has been filed in I
above-styled Court a Petition
Adoption by R SENIOR BI'TLE :.
and WILLIE MAE HITLER, his i .
for the adoption of a minor femnt-,
and you MARY LEE ANDEHSo
being the natural mother of
child, and you are required to
and answer ot pleading thereto on
before the 9th day ..t January, 197'),
and file the original tlier..... in I j
Office of the Clerk of Ihe tin
Court, Dad.' County, Florida, wtth
cpy furnished lo the Plaintiffs I
lorncy. PA PL POLLACK, 17"" N
7'h Street, Miami. Florida or a De-
fault uill be entered and said !'
lion ill be taken ngaliisl s u for i
r.-lief demanded in the Petition
Adnptlim filed in II;- .ui
DATED al Miami Dadi Coui
Florida tins Mb daj nl I.....mli
linijl
E B LEATHERMVN
I'lerk, i 'Ircuil i "oui I
B) MARtil'ERITE KENT
I pul > 'lerk
LAW OFFICES IF
PAI'L I'nl.l Al'K
Miami. Florida


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NOTICE GY PLCLICATION
>URT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 69 20612
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
r. Rl ISE PE VRI. HEPBPRX
I
Vu BOSK PEARL IIEPBI'RN r
. Bill "i
for I' '. n-i has heel
ml y. u art required
Ansv
.mplnl
.\ i H.FSON,
DIAMOND S SIIA ERSTEIX I' V
,,,; | |, |i lii ,,.| Miami Beach
pi, ,.,i., ,| fib il.. original Ansuei
iillug In lh
..,.,, ... hi fore the
airy, I97n n you fall
,!,. .. ludgmenl bj default will
be laki ii agali st you 'he rellel
demanded In Ih. Bill ol Conji
This ntii shall I i uWM d one
a, onserutlve weeks
l, THE JEWISH FMMtlDIAN
l ine VND I 'Rl >l RED I Miami,
this l.Mh dn) l l'...ini"i
\ l'
K II Li: sTHBR MAN. Clerk
Cln an Courl Dad C Florida
B) I. SNEEDBN,
Di puty !
I u -
,i W I.i il IS KOTZEN
tVOI FSON. DIAMOND A
SILVERSTEIN, 1' A
I..7 Lincoln Road
Miami Bench, Florida
Attorneys for Plalntll. ^ ^^ ( M
plaint

rve n "i"
pi. iillug lo Ihe Bill "i
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI"
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOrt DADi
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-20140
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ANITA HAMILTON
PITTILI IH iBERTS,
V
ASHI.E1 ROBERTS,
I ielenilanl
TO VSHI.E1 ROBERTS
. Main SI i eel
';. irgi !<> ii
I iU1
"i n. ASHLE1 ROBERTS .
i.\ notlfi. .1 thai a Bill ..t i 'ompl
I iivorce has been :lied ..u.iln>
anil you ar. requ
of your Answer oi 1*1.
Bill ..f Complaini ...; Ihi
attorney, PAI'L KB ITNE1 ?
I.in. ..in Road, Miami Bea. I Floi i i ..
.mil fill I PI.
iiik in Ihe offici ol ihe i 'I. ol
. "ourl on or I for.
day i Junu 11" > "ii fa
do .- ludgni 'Hi i" di
taken ii relief i
niaii.l. Bill Complaini
I o
ecu W.
iii THE JEW 'SII : VN
DoNK AND i

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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CC
IN AND FOR DADE COl\Ty.
FLORIDA PRl JATE
No. 8
IRA I MILI
Dec,
NOl ICE TO CREDITORS
-II.
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: \l..\ i i
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Ill
: \'i: B KERN
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Firsi pul Meat Inn nl this
12th da) of Deceinli
DAI II M > i.VSHAK
rm i !.! Adinlnistriiti i\
' 197 \ w 7th Slreel
Mil in: Floi Ida
12 I.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKin lll\ EN ''
the mi.I. '- s-ncd, desiring In
In bu "* "''.I'
i "J MICO DISTRIHl'TORS
.,\ i gum Slreel Mian
lo legist!
with the Cli ii- "i ihe Clrcull
of Dade i "ounty. Florida.
\ ITION VL MARINE REN I M IN
Uj MELVIN ZIEGLER.
Pi .sld.nl
BSNOI ANDBK BURNETT
Attorn, ns for
National Marlni Rental, lnc
t i Incoln Road Building
Miami lk-a< Ii, Florida
12 19-28 2-9
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Uncle Ben's Rice Mix 69c
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German Style Bologna
Hoagie Sandwiches
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29'
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SMELTS.....2, 79c
Florida Mackerel ...............i 39'
Louisiana Yams ..... 29'
Party Jellies or Patties 29
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Sweet Gherkin Pickles 39
V-8 Cocktail 43<
Non-Dairy Egg Nog 39'
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Breakstone's Cream Cheese 39'
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Whole Spiced Crabapples 33
Sweet Potatoes 33c
Dutch Onions 33'
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REGAL BEER
12-OZ
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Chicken Noodle Soup
Large Pitted Ripe Olives
Bounty Puddings
Stolkins Dinner Napkins
Kraft Marshmallows
79
Sour Cream.......'.;;, 39c
run i
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Green Giant Rice
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Rich's Coffee Rich
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