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The Jewish Floridian
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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 26, 1969

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Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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Full Text
T elewish Flor idiai
Volume 42 Number 52
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
M.ami, Florida, Friday, December 23, 1969
Two Sections Price 2;c
Meir Cabinet Rejects Rogers
Proposal As Appeasemen t9
By Special K>-port
JERUSALEM In its most
u ;ent special session since
Six-Day War of June, 19 i7, the
1 lei Ca inet this week re-
l the Amerii in I mnula f r
a Middle East peace released by
U.S Secretary of State William
! R ig< v. tern Ing the move an
isement."
In a diplomatically phrased
communique, the Cabinet sakl
the latest American mows were
"disquieting Initiatives/' and de-
clared "Israel view* the latest
stcjis with pavit> .''
Dec'arin : th .i if the proposals
were ever put in effect "the se-
r u ity and well ire of Isra< l
would t) in very grave danger,"
ili Cabinet statement, phr sed
in language that left little doubt
al ut Israel's anger and appre-
n, also ti i. ;-'- lei will
not !> a victim of power politics
or inter-power politics and will
Nixon Indicates Policy
Considers Israel Needs
WASHINGTON (J T AI
President Nixon reportedly has
indicated to Republican Con-
gressional leaders that he ap-
preciated Israel's security needs
and desire for a real |>cace while
supporting Secretary of State
William Rogers' Dec. 9 proposal
that Israel withdraw from most
occupied territory in return for
a binding Arab commitment to
peace.
State Department officials
said that the Israeli government
had a wrong impression if it
believed there was a Dec. 31
('. idlinc for a United States
ion on Premier Golds Meir's
I lonal appeal to President
Nixon for more Phantom jets
and for financial aid. The of-
ficials said Foreign Minister Ab-
ba Kban correctly reported after
his meeting with Mr. Rogers
that the Israeli requests r. main
under consideration, but that
Israeli leaders are mistaken if
they feel a definite yes or no
answer will l>e forthcoming by
the end of this year.
Mr. Nixon reportedly stated
his views at a routine meeting
of top Republican lawmakers on
legislative matters. The meeting
was attended by a number of
Senators who Strongly support
Israel, among them Richard
Schweikw Pennsylvania, Ed-
ward Brooke of Massachusetts
and Charles M. Mathias of
Maryland, Senate Republican
leader llu-' Scott, n k>" time
Continued on Poge 12-A
any attempt to imp is a
forced solution up tn her."
The statement summarizing
the 3^-hour meeting said the
la esi ol more than :i dozen pro-
; osals made by U.S. offic ils
impeded the chances of estab-
lishing peace, prejudiced Israel's
security on the questions of ref-
ugees and Jerusalem, disregard-
ed the need for secure u
agree 1 b irders, and f tiled t )
impose any obligations on the
Arab states to end Palestinian
ti rrorist activities.
At the close of the session, to
which Ambassador Yitzhak Ra-
bin and Foreign Minister Abba
I ti.in had reported on their most
recent meetings with officials in
the United States, Mr. Meir de-
clared angrily. "The government
Cannot accept a paper of this
kind. It would he treasonous tor
any Israeli government to accept
it."
The Cabinet then voted t I re-
call Ambassador Yosef Tekoah,
[si iel's chief envoy to the Unite 1
Continued on Page 11-A
Israel Wants Planes
Not Repayment
JFRUSALKM fJTA) Israel
is firmly opposed to accepting
any refund from France lor the
50 Mirage V jet fighter bombers
that were embargoed by the
I*' Oaullt regime although Is-
rael has paid for them in full.
According to informed sources
here, Israel insists on delivery
of the aircraft which are being
held in storage in France.
The embargo. Imposed by
former President Charles de
Gaulle following the June, 1%7
Six-Day War, has been con-
tinued under the regime of
President George Pompidou al-
though there have been some in-
dications that it desires im-
proved nlations with Israel.
Sources here said the French
believe the Mirage affair is un-
dermining attempts to improve
relations with Israel and want
to close this chapter by repaying
the money for the planes. This
possibility has been raised by
a number of French officials in
talks with Israelis but Israel
has insisted that it wants the
planes, not the money.
In a related development, the
250 ton gunboat Eilat was
Continued on Psgs 12-A
Athens Police
Arrest Three
Armed Arabs
LONDON (JTA) Three arm-
ed Arabs were arrested at
Athens Airport as they were
about to board a TWA airlin t
which they apparently intended
to hijack, Sunday. The three
were seized after a TWA em-
ployee found hand grenades in
the luggage of one of them.
p. ice said they carried forged
Lebanese p issports.
The three, identified as Miss
Abou Jhalil. 22, Issan Doumit,
20, and Sami Abdoul 18, carried
tickets for Rome and Milan. They
were among 13 passengers pre-
paring to board TWA flight 841
which originated in Tel Aviv
and was bound for New York
via Rome. The flight was delay-
ed three hours while police
searched all luggage and cargo
aboard.
Athens Airport officials have
been examining the luggage of
Continued on Paqe b fi
U.S.-Israel Relations
Continue To Worsen
By Special Report
JERUSALEM Israel's re! ns with the United States
auied to worsen this week. "Look, Israel won't accept
i the new U.S. proposal on Mid h) Secre-
tary of state William P. Rogers), We're nol going to com
suicide." vowed Premier Gold i M
Mrs. Meir. who he view with The New York
["imes 1 illowing Tuesday's extraordinary, 210-minute cal nel ses-
sion, declared, "We didn'l survive three w irs in order to i
suicide so that th< Russians i n irate victory for Nasser
Thai isn't what we're living he and what thous nds h
died for. Nobody in the world can make us accept it. What
happen is thai life can be made lifficult for us."
Meanwhile, the 14-member Arab summit conference in Ral t,
Morocco ended in numerous walkouts by the United Arab Re-
public, Iraq and Syra. Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser
termed the conclave a failure, and criticized oil-rich Arab nations
such as Saudi Arabia and Kuwait for not increasing economic
assistance, both to his nation and the Palestine guerrilla move-
ment.
In the United States. Secretary of State Rogers rejected the
Israeli charge that his new proposals are tantamount to appease-
ment. K." termed the use of the word unfortunate, saying that it
implied the Arab states were enemies of the United States. "That
isn't so." the head of the State Department told his first news
conference since August.
Prior to his lengthy news conference, Mr. Rogers had met
with a delegation of the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish
Organizations in Washington.
In a statement issued at the close of the conference, the
delegation warned that 'recent American statements contributed
neither to the long-term interests of the United States nor to
the security of Israel or the cause of peace in the Middle East."
Rabbi Herschel Schacter. chairman of the Conferences of
Jewish Presidents, said the discussion "produced no movement on
the United States side. American proposals will strengthen Arab
intransigence and Soviet designs, and will lead to an imposed
settlement between the parties, which heretofore has not been
the stated policy of our government."
Mrs. Meir was highly critical of the fact that Foreign Mini-'
Abba Kban had nol been told of the latest American proposal
on a settlement of Israeli-Jordanese disputes, although he had
conferred with Mr. Rogers onlj 30 hours before the plan was sub-
mitted to the Big Four meeting in New York.
She said that under President Johnson. Israel always had been
consulted prior to American proposals to Great Britain. France
and the Soviet Union. But now, she declared, some American pro-
posals have been submitted to Israel as late as 11 weeks after
they had been presented to the big powers.
"I don't think it's Washington's intention, but each new pro-
; >sal encourages the Arabs to Increase their military activity
across the borders. Things are going good for them. But how can
this lead to peace?"
Mrs Meir outlined a number of terms in the latest Rogers
proposal which showed a steady erosion in American support for
Israel's call for permanent peace in the Middle Fast.
Opposing Views Presented To School Board
IN THIS ISSUE .
Aliop 4A
Bar Mitzvah 8-B
Candleigm 10A
Cohen 4-A
D.ning 12-A
Engagen'U 6-7B
O'j toariea 11-B
Sermon
10-A
Synagogues 10-A
TV
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Woman'i
World
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^WWS^
On Wednesday, Dec. 10. op-
posing views on the question of
schools were presented before the
introducing prayer in the public
Dade County School Board meet-
ing.
Speaking for the resolution on
Introducing prayers were Rabbi
Phineas Weberman and several of
the Christian community.
Speaking against the resolution
( n i,-:'.- during prayers it; the pub-
lit Bchools, were Dr. Joseph R.
Narot, president of the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association, and
Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman of
the Association's Religion and the
Schools Commil
11. : hi man rea i the following
gtat mi nl to the school board:
I am speaking on behalf of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Asso-
cition composed of approximately
50 Orthodox. Conservative and
K, form Rabbis, as well as on be-
half of the American Jewish Com-
mittee and the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, both of
which were organized in the early
1900'S to safeguard civil rights
and to combat prejudice and dis-
crimination.
We strongly oppose prayer in
the public schools,
This position is in cons
with that of every major national
,i wish rabbinic an I aniz i-
.. the Unil IS ati s,
W( In. >'. N ^. 19
Countj
adopted a resolution to petition
the congressional representatives
of Dade County, and Senators
Gurney and Holland to support
constitutional efforts permitting
non-sectarian prayers in the public
schools. We oppose this position
for a number of reasons.
li Prayers in the public schools
have been declared unconstitu-
tional by the United States S -
pn me Court.
2) Although we consider prayer
vital for the moral development
ol our childr* n, we believe tl
the proper place for it is in the
home an I In the house of worship.
fei lings of those
not cf that denomination. A prayer
that is completely non-denomina-
tional becomes a meaningless ex-
ercise in words. It may suggest to
many parents that the religi
needs of their children are being
satisfied, when in fact, they are
not.
41 One of the fundamental
stn ngths of the American heritag
has always been the separation
Church and state. This sej i
has served to preclude the religi-
ous es from which
. i fled, and has
tributed to making this
religious
-
a
a .
Continued on Page 2A


7~re 2-A
+ legist Fhrk&an
Friday. December 26,
Views Presented To
Dade School Board
> < lit inui-tl frotr. l'.tKf l-/)
: liji is oxprcssiop ;i ih< i i*in U
i. Wo lti vx-ry strongly that
inlfoiluving prayer into the public
si her s can undermine this vital
f pal ition, anil in lh< !or;^ run ik>
'iw s injustice to our national
hi rij.-i 4i\
l_.it m<- ;(!! one more point.
As a metnbur oi a minority uioui>
. . has shown that prayers in school
divide rathi r than unite children
li situations where such prayers
are offered, children arc torn be-
twecti th< unsiiokt n pressure to
i iifo: in with their peers and par-
ii. ipaic in the i-i Ugfcnis < xercise
or observe their own religious or
iHin-rcligious beliefs, which re-
quire them to refrain. Those who
, articipate maj feel guttt. Those
v iii] refrain feel "left out" or
somehow different front their
classmates, and unfortunately,
children often translate differenci
i to inferiority.
Thi re is too much divisiveness
i' out schools today. Everj day,
ir newspapers headline how wi
adults have failed our children and
how they pay for our
; I'jui ici s I then fore urge the
not tn support the introduc-
l on i ito our schools of another
it .-.h ma; tend to divide
isk at you in i
i sch intinm main-
i tu vote
- i ich I
children, as foi
tanl st '.;!! [rin-
' i. | ion ii.. R
. Rabbi th
... wei
. iti ; 7-'
i... its Nov. 19 resolution
. us 1 lolland and
Gunny ami the Congressional rep-
resentatives to work for the adop-
tion of an amendment to introduce
prayer into the public schools.
Anna Brenner Meyers was the
vote against the resolution.
Dr. William Wexler. who will
begin a one-year term as chair-
man of the Conference of Presi-
dents of Major American Oi-
ganizaiions in January. Active
n Jewish affairs for more than
30 years, Dr. Wexler was elect-
ed president of B'nai B'rith in
1955 and reelected in 18S8, and
has also se.-vad as vice chcir-
man of the President-' Confer-
ence, and cochairrnan of the
Woild Conference of Jewish Or-
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Ball To Climax Israel Bond Drive Rabin To Give I1'8'"1"" (o,,,,,il
Liiih'Ih'oii Jan. 15
The animal Ambassador's Ball
hi id iiiidi r the auspices of the
Israel Bond organization will take
place Saturday night, Dec. 27, in
the Grand Ballroom of the Fon-
teinebleau Hotel, Nearly 1.000
community leaders arc expected
t>) join in the celebration which
traditionally winds up the annual
Israel Bond drive.
Sam Blank, chairman, and Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, grand hos-
tess, speaihead the roster of dis-
tjiiKUisht'd community leaders who
Head the Ambassador's Ball Com-
mittee. Serving with them are
James M. Albert, chairman of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Com-
mittee; Dr. Irving I.ihrman. chair-
man of the hoard; Dr. I nish, national Israel Bond vice
chairman: Samuel Friedland and
Leonard Rosen, honorary Greater
Miami chairmen; and Mr. an I
Mis. David J. Light and Mr. and
Mrs. Call UVinkle. hosts to till
Diplomatic Corps.
Ambassa lor Yitzhak Rabin, who
was r called to Israel for an em >-
SA.V 91 ASK
ANNA BKtNNtK MEYERS
_ ncy meeting with Prime Ministi r
Golda Meir and the Cabinet, is
expected to be back for the Ball
t'; d< liver an important message.
Among the highlights of the Ball
will be the presentation of the
Eleanor Roosevelt Israel Hu-
manities Award to Miami civic
and philanthropic leader, James
Neville McArthur, who has been
a champion of Israel fiw its es-
tablishment. Another highlight will
h th presentation of fifteen girls
m a debutante ceremony to Am-
issadoi Rabin and Mrs. Rabin,
who is i x.i'ct 'd to arcom|)any the
Ambassa I i Miami ii I le s;ala
event.
Mr. Blai '; n >ti d I a1 Hie Am-
I ass i loi 11 ........nt of
historj '. if I ''Hi oi
the your i 5ta1 >i '' 1 as a
free nati i an I < nplarj
role pla '. I Great-
er Miami ik'* pos-
this sance.
Amb be an
i vening I \o< and ation
I i in :!'... '.<' l and
woir i
B tnd fl i
Festivities will begin at H p.m.
with a reception for the debutan-
tcs, followed in- a diplomatic re-
ception tendered by Ambassador
and Mrs. Rabin at 6:30. The Ball
I roper will b gin at 7:30. Music
for tin occasion will be provided
by the socii ty orchestra of Lenny;
Dawson in a program especially
arranged in tribute to th Ambas-
sador oi Israel.
I> butanti S to be pn nti I in-
clude Adriennc Beth Berke, Mar-1
i Zena Goldfarb, Sandra Ilson,
Consti nee Joy Kaplan. Lori Carole
KaSSer, Janice Susan Kay. Judy
Ruth Kay. Paula Roseanne Kay,
Joann Nancy Lerner, Carol Linda
Osnos. Pearl Prince, Rita Cell ste
Rosinek, Bonnie Francine Soltz,
Carol Ann Stevens and Babettc
I.ea Weiner.
Singers Plan Social
The Miami Beach Community
Singers will hold a social .Satur-
day at 8 p.m. in the Washington
Federal Auditorium. 1234 Wash-
ington Ave. Entertaining will be
R se I. t itt, alto; Bi atrii e B ir-
i nev, lyi i ,; Samuel Heifetz,,
tenor: Samuel Argineanu, tenor:
He! 'ii Treitm in, pianit; Miriam
and Nathan Auei I and Mr.
an i Mrs, Pa il Vanovsky.
The singers a:" planni
cert in the spring. Anyone inter-
ested in joining m y contact Rose
Abels, Mildred Shuman or J si ph
Mooney.
Lalesl Report
At Bond Meet
Members oi the Board of Gover-
.: Che GreatM Miami Israel
Bond i irgai izal k n w ill hi ar in
up-to-the-minute report on the
current relationship between Is-
rael and the United States from
issador Yitzhak Rabin at a
mi i ting; Sunday morning Di c 28
in the Fontainebleau Hoi l.
Ambassador Rabin, who flew to
Israel for an emergency confer-
ence with Prime Minister Golda
Meir and the Israel cal inet earlier
in the week, as expei ted to
return to the United Stati
mid-week. His scheduled ".i--:t I
Miami a> g lesl of honor at the
Ambassador's Ball was expected
to be his lirst public a
following his n turn fr .m Israel,
Mi ml en ft f Gov-
ernors w. pi tion to b
taken i:-. .">'.. .:. ii .....I oi I -.
current situatioi a cording
James M. Albert, chairman ol tl
Israel Bond organization and Dr,
Irving Lehrman, chairman ol the
board.
Tin Wom< n's ('ouncil ol th
Israel tistadrul < 'ommil tee wi
ha\ its annual paid-up n
-;.i|i luncheon a) no in Thursday
Jan 15, in the Forte Towers, Mrs.
Morris Kogan, membership chair-
man, has announced. The program
Will include a talk by Mrs. Beufeh
l avis, wh i has just returned from
a r lund-the-world tour.
Mrs. Jack Wolfstein, chairma
o the group, di clar id it is impera-
tive to mobilize Jewish women to
i.sist in the vital humanitarian
work which tiie people of Israel
carrj on li ough the Histadrut.
The vast ni twork ol hospitals and
clinics (Kupat Holim) serve two
million citiz ns of thai state. The
18 chnl al and vocational train-
ing schools ore a vital instr ment
: making Isra s II suffi 'int.
The five i hil In n's villages take
i ,-ei l,0u0 il lien from
ticktn i i>s and I retir ment
rr s fi i si nior citiz." is are an
: 'gi;'l i iit .I [s ie 's nlighlsn-
id tnai in it.; "Golden
Yi ars." The ''' (' incil ol
Hista Irut, is i aising ft rids to
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: .-. ::. 'iii hon es, a B -i Avpt,
-,: pai is' iii i ". thus
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i ould a strain on iternal
nomj
Four Educational Seminar
Slated By Bureau
Programs
V.i nar pi
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with th- I
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David : ition
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be "Innovatioi ii the Pr --Sell i i
Program," an I v i ii clu
tures by Dr. Erwin '.. -'.
will discuss "New Methods of Dis-
cipline: Cold Stars Live Again!";
Mrs Donna Strickland, who will
discuss Now Trends in Early
Childhood Education;" Dr. EBa-
Uth Caspari, who will discun tech-
niques ii. the Montesaori Method.
and Dr Betty Rowan, who will
present 'Rhythm and Sensitivity
in Musk and
On Jai 23 B ireau will
present its annual seminar series
of six presentations on Fridaj
mornings under the direction ol
Dr. Nathaniel Soroff, The th
of the Six-Weeks S mil a
Si If- 'vi...:' sis and K -evaluati >n
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Volume 42
Friday, December 26, 1969
Number 52
17 TEVETH 5730
They Could Try Convincing Nasser...
It is almost possible to feel sorry for Secretary of
State William Rogers' efforts at making peace in the
Middle East. None of the parties involved find his formula
acceptable and Russia, to whom the program was geared,
according to the best reports, can't buy it either.
Surely, the State Department must recognize that it is
unrealistic to expect Israel to withdraw to the borders
existing before 1967 in return for what is, suprisingly,
called a "binding agreement" from the Arab nations. As
Abba Eban pointed out in his speech here similar assur-
ances were given by the United States in 1956 and Israel
learned, again, that it cannot depend on any assurances
but the security of its own will and strength.
Time and again Israeli's leaders have made it clear
that everything is negotiable and that all it takes is the
willingness of the Arab leaders to negotiate. The United
States and Russia can neither dictate the terms of a peace
in the Middle East nor enforce it, despite their great mili-
tary might. What they can do, we believe, is convince
Nasser and his cohorts that the best course to follow is the
path to the peace table with Israel. It is on this issue that
Secretary Rogers should seek accommodation with the
Soviets and not on Israel's retreat from secure borders
without real assurances of peace and security.
JNF Marks Another Successful Year
Sunday evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel the Jewish
National Fund honors the Redeemers of Israel and marks
the conclusion of another year of successful activity on
the part of the local JNF Council in its efforts to achieve
the aims of the organization. Its local leaders, which rep-
resent a cross section of our community, have spent them-
selves in tireless efforts to uphold the JNF tradition, which
dates back to the early days of the Jewish homeland
Established initially to purchase and redeem land in
Palestine, its program has been enlarged through the
years. In addition to developing large tracts of land in
Israel, its projects have included urban development and
reforestation, training farms and villages as well as the
absorption of thousands of immigrants. Greater Miami
Jewry has had a significant share in this important
endeavor.
An Exercise In Fantasy
The notion that restoring prayer to the public school
atmosphere will accomplish miracles seems to have en-
tranced the overwhelming majority of the Dade County
School Board, aided and abetted by Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man who took a position contrary to classical American
Jewish thinking that cuts across Orthodox, Conservative
and Reform rabbinic and lay lines.
Rabbi Weberman's feeling that public school prayer
will cut down on drug addiction among children seems an
exercise in fantasy. The implication that religion is a
substitute for marijuana is an interesting one but hardly
one that is acceptable to the Greater Miami Jewish
community.
The position taken by the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association, representing some 50 Orthodox, Reform and
Conservative rabbis (Rabbi Weberman is not a member)
would seem to be closer to the traditional American Jewish
view on this subject, for we have ever been sensitive to the
danger that introducing prayer into the public schools
undermines one of the fundamental strengths of the
American heritage separation of church and state.
Comment
-
"s
ted with
ring I
: n peri less 1
the head
; he new
nation f< atun
It is not tli '
if the trials
as I might '< been a
j ars I ack v -A<
were many and coi
Nor do I minimizi th<
that is done to th< nation
Man.i control ol legitimate I
ness i'r.t rprises with somi
the gambling profits. I just (<
that all these indictn
gambling don't even scratch the
surface of our moral dilemma,
even if all are convicted
even it far more are caught in
the Federal net.
We Americans are inclini stretch our concept ol legality
to fit our current moral o'it look
and what really should be in-
vestigated is the hypocrisy ol a
socii ty w hich has placi d so
much power in the hands ol the
criminal element. I do not favor
legalization of narcotics, Inclu-
ding marijuana, but in ma
drug addiction a crime rath< r
than properly labelling it a dis-
eaa our society has playi d into
the hands of those who |
from the weak.
Trying to enforce the
against gambling appears I
about the same exercise In : I
ty as enforcement of the laws

Mj .

,i 'i
.
it as I -
;ally kicks
pot.
Obvi N '
New J. : i"
:, w ol Mi stati -
on horse rao
tracks, tl
finds nothing
n S irely, it is t
,,i hj po> i isj to discriminate
- n't afford
the luxurj of gi ing to tl
and want t.) make thi san i
quick buck, or get lh<
quick thrill, by putting a
.'. n (in a number oi making
a Si wager with some character
know n as a bookie.
While the editorial and front
a ol our iii wspapi rs blazon
thi crime of off-track gambling,
the ir sports pag< s t< 11 of the
point spn a Is < foot ball and
I asketball garni s. Thi n suits
and entries from tracks all over
the nation an publish) d in addi-
i. m to those f thi local trai ks,
I if th re is any r ason for
this other than to inforn
thosi who wag< r ill) gaily it has
aped me all th) se y> ars
In n any n .-;> cts, I'm a Puri-
I vi< w dimly th) livi s ol
- v ho garni le to n aki mon-
i > or to get a thrill, for I find
-
by EDWARD COHEN
;
I

ticket
/.nh the ;
fected oui
I Xt) r
|
but 1 structu
i ni!!' soci tj
New .'
ini .: i n ...
ii In T '.
ritv reminded
I by a
20 years ago i
Syra H
Ing nv ba
n book on gi i
finish) '11. He had brci .
bj thi Mayor (! to I
operations to that cit)
1- okie parlors, payoff
luit he refused becausi I
iif operating provi d too
too many councilmen,
top police officers and p
had to be ilK lud) d in thi
necessary to make (hi
profitable. Then was n<
q ii stion in his mind t it he
could m ive into any cit)
country with lull protecti
only qui sti in was how i
Id cost.
it is s;i to rt ad about
public officials lor the) I
\ ictims of tin s) -ti m w
tain through our own I si
views "t w hot Is crin
what is moral
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON It is
to understand the nature of the
risk that the Pr< sidi nt ha
sen to accept, as indicati d b) I
latc-t brief speech on Vi I
To be blunt, thi risk is th
will have to widen the exist
limits of the war.
With mui h hi avii r i mph is -
he has now said once aga
In is porfi ctly n ady to do this,
if the si; tation n quir s it IP
has quite rightly refrained :
sa ing how he will do it wl
. r bj ; artially n versii P
bing deci-
s me othi r a> 11 it
si uld 11 fai iil I
Pri -ideht mi : -
..... .~k is
iil real.
The i isk is r al, in turn, bi -
grea 11)
: v ol ".' H tli V'U tnam se troops
, ii fronts it tl S
the President fori
. -,
:.-
HAS TICKET-WILL TRAVEL
named "infiltration"i
hi had so recent!) casl
uin it in his i :
The se, ming conti 11
tween thi prw coi I i
peed : ; > eas
up. 11 iriel nv asuring I
of North Vii ti
down the Laotian trails
ways been a compli \
so, histi) ah d and VI r\ i '
Aft t th< Prei idi i I
- i but before tl
Fertnci n b
.-...> I.I
was very had i
- ople ii '
mini it who put hin
. noi
1 iii i :.- a long w a)
: i anj sei lo is
in any one (,i a long ii I
i- ca| able of radic il
tering the total measun
i movi tnent. For a
i" riod, nior. over, thei
such a change.
This change was tl
-' I ed upon, as proof that
size ( f thi whole troop
in. nt was i ing great 1)
ge'rated. The President
momentarily convinced. I
i onfen ni Hi'' '"'
spoke of "inflation" of th '
movement Hut now he has
plain proof that there w i-
inflation and, quite properly,
he has therefore told the
try about this major new d< -
lopnient.
Even now. however, then '
sharp argument within the gov-
ernment about the new develop*
ment's dimensions. The simpkst
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Friday, December 21
Tel Aviv University Receives
1 Million Gilt
!S I a YORK UTAi A con-
tribution cf SI million to Tel
Aviv University toward the <
nblishiru nt of a new center tor
echnplogica) Ktudka yyas made
ast wok by Leonard ftosen,
resident of the American Fri-
nds of Tel Aviv University.
t that organization's annual
dinner. Mr. Rosen, a residenl
.1 .Miami Beach, is also deputy
chairman of the university's
board of governors.
Contributions of S"'00.000 to
the University's scholarship fund
were reported by Eugene Per- .
kauf of New York, chairman of
.i sjMvial leadership commitfc e
which has been soliciting this
lorni of support. More than 700
friends and supporters of the
Tel Aviv institution attended the
junction at which honorary fel-
lowship awards were made to
Hernia-: Sti in and William Levi.
c;;.\. Frank Lichl ol R
island, who n ccntly visited Is-
rael with a party ol governors.
tod the assemblage, thai |
int. vi ~t "i tho United stab s
in the Mi were tii d to
the survival i 1 Israel. "Russi i
cannot make [>eac< in the Middle
Last. The U.S. cannot make
peace In the Middle East. France
and Britain cannot make peace
in the Middle Hast." he declan <1
He described the fact that
Israel, the victor in three wars,
has to ask the Arab states, the
deb ated. to sit down and negoti-
ate peace, and that the Arab
states have refused, as an "Alice
in Wonderland situation."
Dr. George S. Wise, president
of Tel Aviv University, warned
that unless Israel can brintj the
number of its university stu-
Newspapers Dispute Claims
Of Russian Anti-Semitism
LONDON (JTAi The two i
iding .Soviet newspapers have
tak< n issue with critics of Rus- I
sia's treatment .>f its Jewish
citizens. Grigori Plotkin, writing
n the Communist Party organ
. ned that anti-Semi-
- el nate I in th So-
. t Union 52 years in the
... ilution. Izvestia, th i

Sovi ted Jews to
, -unite with 'a i

; :. other Jew or So-
'"-
lied
le bj Isr el an I
ier countries that
th K in d telj sup-
.....' :-ii I I '-
j i the USSR n viola-
- i Soviet Cons ion.
In princi] S >\ d law de-
cs th> qiu stion of the exil
of those wishing to emigrate
with maximum democracy." the
Pravda article said, "when some
.Soviet Jews wish to leave the
USSR and join their relatives
abroad, including Israel, th >
have received permission," the
paper sai I It ickn ed d that
the pi -- i i '
Israi I has beet '
since M
UK. tie
ing the -; s-1
Izvi sti
.
unitir
In Jew foi the lab r fore and
cant '''" end cl timed
t So\ iet Je "more deci-
sively than the Jews of America
ami Western Europe reject thn
Zionist nonsense and answer it
i h deep contempt."
At the luncheon reception held by the United Jewish
Appeal recently in New York are UJA leaders Joseph Katz
ol Pittsburqh, Pa., (left) Joseph H. Kanter of Cincinnati, Ohio,
and M.cmi's Robert Russell.
Is it true that the
man who invented
the sandwich had
a big month?
No. He just knew good food and
was a natural matchmaker.
You can be too.
Just put your favorite
sandwich tiding on any of the
August Bros, breads or
rolls. They're baked in an
imported Israeli oven.
just
Bros.
Ifs August all year 'round
dents up to 70.000 and triple the
number ol scii :.>> students, il
will fall behind the Arab stat s
in technological manpower. He
citi d tny,n'i",ll> >"'''' asln" num"
l.i i i Arab students In univer-
sities in Arab countries and
abroad anil declared. "We an
no longer dealing with felaheen
but with b g< n ration ol young,
well-educated people."
In the long run. he said Is-
rael's security and welfare de-
pend on the development ol sci-
nnd technologj He pl<
foi support for all ol Is.a. is
higher institutions i I l< armng
and urRed thcii expansion so
,,,. ,he> can receive ever in-
, :, asing numbers ol students.
In stressing the need for I
naintain its technolo
:,..! r>r. wise declared that
center for technological si
would I" established at Tel Aviv
Universitj sued as existed, he
said, at only two other unh
sin. s in the world.
Weizmann's Selection
Arouses Great Interest
TEL AVIV. (JTAI A tall,
slim, ramrod straight 15-year-old
Air Force General with a thin
mustache and a no-nonsense air of
command about him is the "new
face" in Israel's Government that
has aroused the greatest interest
et home and abroad.
Gen. Kzer Wei/.mann, who was
sworn in as Ministi r ol Transport,
is a nephi w of Israel's first Prt si-
dent, the late Dr. Chaim VVeiz-
mann and a brother-in-law of the
1 K?fi nse Minister, <. M she
I ay an I their wives an sisti
He is a careei offii i

S' 1 '. I
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i
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posl by tl Hi mit-
tie.. tl
new govi rni to be swoi n
in eee. pi ISi Molltll!
I!. rui ha I fail I to jkts lade il n
VVei/mann to stand for .lection to
the Knessc I !iis acci rt.nu.....: a
Cabim t ; ih w as apparently im-
portant i" Ih Herut leadeiship,
i (ne appoint' Mil ist< r ol I >e> e-
lopmenl disiynatc Yosel Kren-
nn rman. voluntai... sti ppi d a?
Another Hei I nl el. I "I
Lundau, who was slated t"
Ministi r of t, agi tl to
take over lb Dcm lo| men! Minis-
ir> >" that tl. n. VV< izmann could
ha\" thi Ti tins port inist.
i; n. \V'i izmann is
n^ m'vi of iiii .....
brings to il considerably more
i lian a wi ll-know n name, I [e is
recognized as a brilliant tactician
and is considered to have been the
i in et of til? st i.....ail blow
that, on the mornin ol June 5,
1967, virtually destroyed the air
forces ol Kgypt, Jordan and Syria
v ithin a lew hours. A World War
II RAF fighter pilot, he was al-
ways a p.iwiri'l advocate of air
power and preached the lesson
that the di fense of Tel A\ i\ was
if, the air over Cairo.
11. ii VV i/ nann's rcsignation
Hum the military, a little more
I ban a day before his Cabinel
appointment, was regarded by
many ol his fellow offici i .
nsiderable loss tu (he armed
forces. Gen. Day an himsi II ex-
pn ss. ,i regn t. though he wi 1-
med his brothi i -in-law to the
I government and wished him all
success In a recent television in-
terview. Gen. Weizmann said hi
was sorry to leave the armed
forces but regar led his new post
,. only another channel through
which to continue serving his coun-
try.
Some circles observed that
Weizmann who. at the time of his
retirement was chief ol the opera
turns branch at General Head-
rters, had risen as far as hi
could in thi military. In 1967 hi
..! Ol SI
With his mi itai
vhl I in that
.
I U

: th
5l
... nthorit
ih"
. i -i : (Israel's
i ailways and
s ami it and ir union. 1 ii Al
lirlines
The ilemiiil lion of Gel
in izmann w '. out sw iftlj
with a minimun ri d
tape. Chii I ol Stall fharn li.ir-
I.ev granted hii pel missii >n to
resign as si as i t w as req I I
Within houi I
ol unifoi m and nbarki : on
e'.v ilian career with i i' s.....I -
ti. er's id. ntits card Ii I >k with
him one moi
i Israi I's first fig!
ol which he vi.i~ i
r command, r He a
his riisposi
d Woi Id Wai II Spitl
;. i black. Ii is one ol (hi i. u
speeiuii ns of the proin
RAF fighti r plan.- still aii b
Athena Police
Arrest Three
Armed Arabs
(Continued from Page l-A)
s carrying \
I. i. lie.1 nise of ,i reci
>l hij ickings ind othi i
bj Arab commandos p
Aral's have been banned
entering Greece sine.- t.
rorists threw a grenade ini
El Al ticket office in
last month killing two-yi
i ,i, ik boj Athens Ail port n ,.
th scene of a
line gun attack on in .\;
airliner last Dec 26 ivl
the life of an Israeli pas
I he three Arabs arrest
m Athens Horn Beirut on i
Aibeit Wilensky ?'-nioi ;
.n the lew ium ot Wilen
Erannen, and a practic
torney in the Miami art
years, has been appointed to a
two-year term as Mun
Judge for the City of Hiale ih
Mr. Wilensky received a Tins
Doctor degree from thi
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Page 7-A
Report From Panama
Now thai Panama has once
again figured in th' news, an In-
teresting sidelight in the career of
On. Omar Torrijos, strong-arm
leader <>f thai littk? country can be
n Vi aled.
Torrijos. who
has just quash-
ed an attempt
by two of his
military under-
lines to over-
throw his re-
gime, onee more
has command <>f
the Republic
which he has
hi Id since he
took over power
on Oct 11, 1!H>8
President Arnulfo
K.lpfiifc
from deposed
Arias
One of the first projects Tor-
lijOS undi rtook was a drastic re-
form of the University of Panama.
At that time, the Junta, which
Torrijos headed, called the Uni-
versity a "hnttvd of subversion"
ami ordered it closed down until
in w laws for its operation could
b, drafted
One of the first people that
Torrijos approached with a view
towards lining up top qualified
scholars and i ducators. was Dr.
His/ci Klepfish, who is a familiar
I mure- to .Miami Jewry through his
activities here with the Jewish
Bureau of (education. Me also often
visits his sister on Miami Beach.
I spoke to him briefly last week
when h'- was in Miami to attend
tin Bar Mitzvah of a young man
whose family he knew in Costa
Pica, where- he helped found a
Ji wish school a decade ao.
Now Dr Klepfish heads The In-
stitute Alberto Kinstein, Panama's
lust Jewish school which he help-
< stitutions in the nation.
(ine indieati mi ol how ln.hh
it is regarded is the I icl that (',. n.
i i : ri ks, a staunch Catholic him-
self, sei his r-hildi en to Vlbi rto
I i si. l hool is n cognized
by the nnt, an I man non-
Jews \ie fo ft hi ii-
i naming of a
- ., I of regents l
would el
'I 11 ijoi visited Di Kl pfish al his
; aman i ne-ral
ii'.l Dr. Ki
In i. i: ,ii i ii.ii d, imploi ing him
i i help thi coui ti} his
. \\ tnli ul an '. al ilit; to I
.ii i.
1'; Kl) :'' ish w as ii
first b < finally agreed, and be-
came the onlj non-P inamian on
the board thai had been i ulled
from private, public and > I
t ional sectors in the country,
Born in Poland. Dr. Klepfish be-
came a IIritish citia n when he
si ivnl as a chaplain in the British
Army with the rank of Major. H
v.as decorated at war's end wit
the Cold Medal for Freedom. A '
modest person, of small build. Dr.
Klepfish di mands greal respect in j
the Jewish community of Panama
where he often serves as spiritual
leader in addition to his duties as
director of Alberto Kinstein. I
lie is pleased that he was able
to l>c of some use in the Univer-1
sity Reform program, which is I
now being carried out with great
success, but at the same time, he
shrugs modestly and says:
"I i njoy my work there, and
that's what counts ." j
First Tap' Award
Goes To Dr. Endicott
The Board of Directors and the
Woman's Corps of the Papani-
COlaou Cancer Research Institute
will present the first 'Pap Award"
for distinguished service in cancer
rest arch at a dinner at the Shera-
ton-Four Ambassadors Hotel, Jan.
9, it has been announced by Dr.
Julius Schultz, director of the in-
stitute.
The award, being made in the
name of Dr. George N. Papani-
colaou, who made the first major
breakthrough in the early detec-
tion of cancer, carries a cash
award of SI.000, Dr. Schultz
stated.
Leonard YVien. a pasl president
"I the board of directors, is chair-
man of the dinner; he will be as-
sisted by co-chairmen, Mis. Peter
Planes, Mrs Sldnej Raffcl and
M.s. Harold Lichter.
Kenneth M. Endicott, M.D.. di-
rt ctor for the past ten years of
the National Cancer Institute.
National Institutes of Health. U.S.
Public Health Service, and the
artmenl ol Health, Education
ami Wi Ifare will be the recipi nl
I he initial award. I >r. Kndicott
recenl Ij bee n nami .i dirt i I
au ol Hi tilth Prt I '\\>-
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Eban's presentation of the Abba Eban
Shomer Am Yisroel Awards to 12 Miamians.
He is snown presenting u commemorative
album to award recipient Samuel N. Fried-
lend as general campaign chairman Robert
Russell and Initial Gifts chairman Daniel
Neal Heller, right, watch.
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Samuel Gurin, Ph.D.. professor of
Biochemistry, University ol Flori-
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The dinner, which will also hon-
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Friday. December 26, lggg
Dror Is Guest
Speaker For
Jan. 1 Dinner
The third annual New Year's
Day dinix r dance for Honoret i of
Israel will take place next Thurs-
ning, Jan. l. 6:30 p.m., at
F ntainebleau Hoti I, under
- of Capital for Isi
Guest speaker will be His Ex-
ncy, Shir. iel Dror, director of
thi Israel Ministry of Defense's
" ission to th< United States. Mr.
pent his (ntire adult
--: in the service of Israel both
i:. peace and in war.
During the War of Independence
in 19-4S. he served as an artillery
officer in the Negev. With the
establishment of the Stall, he re-
lined in the Israeli Defense
Forces in operational and techni-
cal assignments. He has served
in the .Ministry of Defense since
i mid-1950's and headed Israeli
- r t.i his cum nt assignment
in the United Stall s.
Mr. Dror emigrated to Israel
as a youth from Rumania in
1941. Alter a short lime in a kib-
he joined the Jewish forces
i : the British Army in 1942. par-
ticipating in the North African
and Italian campaigns.
In Israel, he is prominent in the !
Association of Engineers and
Architects, the Israeli Institute of
Productivity and the Israeli Ma:i-
nent Association.
Marine Biologist Added
To Oholei Torah Staff
Mark Zilberberg. a marine bi- i
Nt. has joined the staff of the
I Torah Day School of Great-
i I Miami to offer marine biology
as an i xtra-curricular activity.
\ former res (arch I risl for,'
thi Fl rida Gam.- and Freshwater
ission and the T xas
ft] Wildlife Commission,
Ziil ':. rg wants to stn s
trips as a n ins 1
t first hand. His wife, Nat-
alie, is teacher al th<
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Officers of Miracle Lodge 321, Free and Accepted Masons,
who gathered to prepare for their installation ceremonies
in the New Masonic Temple, 2875 McFarlane Rd., Coconut
Grove, which will take place Jan. 3, with Dr. Seymour I.
Gardner of Coral Gables succeeding Kenneth D. Rosen as
the lodge's 16th Worshipful Master, include, from left,
(seated) Robert Siegel, junior steward; Henry S. Green-
baum, senior warden; Seymour J. Gardner, Wo:-.
Master; Daniel S. Kamis, junior warden; David A. R
blatt, senior steward; (standing) Robert J. Freedma:
deacon; Alvin Budner. editor; Samuel Bailin, o- .
Irwin Lechcwitz, maishall; Jonas Merein, tyler; A
Zweigenthal, chaplain, and Edwaid I. Camner,
deacon.
3rd General May Join The Meir Cabinet
JERUSALEM A third
retired general may soon join
the Cabinet of Premier Golda
Meir. Political sources said this
week that the Labor Party is
considering the appointment of
Gen. Yitzhak Rabin, former
Chief of Staff and currently Is-
rael's Ambassador to the United
Si ites, to a Cabinet post.
Gen. Rihin, who was com-
mander of Israeli forces dui Ing
the Juno. 1967 Six-Day War,
would be named to the Cabin I
by the- Labor Party to balance
tl nhanced status enjoyed by
the Gahal faction since it se
ed forrni r Afr Force cor inder,
Gen. Ezer Weizmann, I i ;
nister of Transport, th so
es sai I. Th Lab r P ty
ral in its Ca ;
5 in the person of Di1'
Minister Mos te D lyan.
Arc irding to agreement
led th distribution
Labor is entitli I to
another minister. Mrs. Mi
keeping open the posts of Min- l< m| n lily to Sh m the ipied \ b ti
Fin inee M nister P < .
phir has announced that 1
n signin ; as secretai .
ister of Health and Minister of leader of the L >i Part; Rafi ": the Isra< i I',
Immigrant Absorption for Ma- n this
. a partner in the Labor week is M '.'. ll
Alignment. Mrs. Meir has pro- folio. Mi Peres -
; ised mat the important ab- : ut> Defense M I i .:
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Abe Fortes First Lecturer
In Temple Menorah Series
Jus Fon w ill lead i I
T. m i. ,
S< ries,
~ hich will also feature
CBS corres
' .. I-
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rs an-
frcn

is.
Justice Fortas, a co rs] il
. on 'I h A
I U Fretdom: I \
nitj and will I
1 oi hii p rsoi :
i Coui i. bul i
of fn i d< m laci
vi in, but focusi tl
visi '. j.Ij
!- i'.l :. TV
I n.soi ship", in l.i- Feb. 8 li cture.
i inti tional implicati i -
tl mideasl crisis and possibly
; aths to p<... for isi a I and the
Arab c n trii u ill !> analyzed
by Avid ir in a li ctun
entitli 'I "Thr Crisis in the Middle
t: The Path to Co Existence".
1 i !in? o ,t the cture serii s
Chaplains Plan
Winter Retreat
In Germany
president ol the Association of was ordained by the Jewish Thco-
Jt-wish Chaplains ol th u*med logical Seminary ol America.
Forces ol th i nil d Si .: s and
ler .. formei president of A1 '"",1 "' ""' '' ',; :~
thi S mth Shore Ji wish I "o run mi De'en R lbbi Sandj ,A
i..- Council and the Gro Rela- 'ducted ;i religious retreal in
lions i mi lei cl tin Five 1966 I lains slal
Counl K.Y. H Fai ast.
A3ifORTAS
i)i the i rsonal appearance ->i
tin Man i>> Man panel w hich in-
ds 1|". Luther Pii ice, i xi cutive
din tor ol the Ministi i ial Co incil
il Gn uti r Miami; Rab! i Solomon
ii. executive \!( pn sidi nl ol
the Rabbinical Association, and
Father Lravia Kussell representing
will be "Will Man and God
Survive the 70's", and each will
ready to answer questions re-
:ai ling thr basis of his fnith.
NEW v. IRK Rabbi Edward
T. Sandrov soil itual lead t
!..!..
and chaii n an uf the i
li wish Chaplaincj Na-
tion ih .'.'. Board
IJWB), : on Tan. -. 197 I
in m
Brrchl G nany, for Jew-
ish \ r Force cha
in the I. iroji an ih al r. He has
bi en I for I n ission
' > thi Depai tmi nt of ] fens
Ri ligi ; rctn ats, onson I
illy by the Dei it of De-
fi nsi in, ; ilns cl tl e three
nia in, fail lis pi o\ ide an opi ortuni-
': foi -i idy and meditation and
also i nable chaplains to ki ep
..in i asl .i! cum nl spiritual tn i
Rabbi Sandrow, an army chap-
lain duiing World War II, is past
iidi nt "i tne Rabbinical As-
si mbly and former pn si li nl ol
the New York Board of Rabbis, of
whese board ol governors he is
now chairman. He is a former vice
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Friday. December 26, 1363
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
The Slumbering Majority
Rabbi Leon Kronish
In 2 National Posts
Bv RABBI S. T. SWIKSKV
Belli Jan.l. Congregation
In the SeTrruh this work there is
Wolfson retorted with the plain-
tive remark: "But Israel, the peo- tndrut Committee, it was announ-
ple. doth slumber...". The tragedy ced by Dr. Sol stem, national
of the moment is that American executive director. He "ill serve
Rabbi Leon Kronish of Miami
Beach lias been named to two LMAWAT shalom congrega-
national offices ol the Israel His- tion. 995 tw th Ave. orthodox.
r^eiiqioMS **3<
er vices
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
Cantor Meyer Engel.
H. .
Cantor Morn Barr.
Ave.
V2ZJ$ti *&**
KNESETH ISRAEL.. 1415 EucM v.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lei--field.
Cantor Abraham Seif. 2j
port, financial preparing himself for the eternal
and military, to glumber. One of his final acts is
the guerillas to can mor ms tvvo grandchildren,
m a r a u ding Kphraim anil .Manasseh. and eon-
Rabbi Swirsky within the ram- (erring a blessing ujxm them, be-
parts of Israel. There is also the [ginning with the phrase, "By thee
disturbing item of the strained shall Israel bless". Ever since, the
relations between the United Jewish father was bidden by the
States and Israel, with both Kban memorabilia of the incident to eon-
and Rabin hurrying to report to fer the same blessing on his sons
the Israeli Cabinet of the about every Friday evening, for these
face of the N'ixon Administration. '. two stalwart sons form the ideal
To put it succinctly, the AdminiS- Jew. Though brought up amid the
tration is forcing Israel to give sophisticated civilization of an-
up its territories and to negotiate cient Egypt, yet these two sons
relative to the internationalization <> the Viceroy did not barter away
ot Jerusalem as a condition for their Jewish consciousness nor
peace talks. Realistically. Israel their Jewish involvement in ex-
is facing a two-frontal war one change for an ephemeral political
against ammunition and the other career. They turned their backs on
against the two religions, allied pharaonie aristocracy and were
11 wrest the sacred
ti ue owners.
city from its
immersed in the destiny of their
kinsmen. The blandishments of
the environment did not blind them
to the purity of their Hebrew ( foundation.
clansmen because they beheld the
The danger of the hour is in
the Lmplosiveness ol the Jewish
community. White the heroic de-
li nders won the military victory,
Jewish leadership has lost the seeds of divinity that will sprout
diplomatic battle. The Arab world forth and bless mankind. For that
has learned the power of pro- ,., ason jeremiah, the prophet ol
tion. He will work with William
H. Sylk of Philadelphia, national
chairman of that organization in
providing funds for Israel's future
needs. The American Histadrut
Development Foundation carries
on an all embracing program
through its annuity fund, life
income trust fund, and its be-
quests programs, to establish
vocational schools, medical cen-
ters, scholarships, and retire-
ment homes in Israel. In addition
to providing substantial income, its
far reaching program will provide
funds for Israel's needs and will
also enable the participant to
memorialize his contribution in one
ot the thousands of institutions
maintained and erected through
the Histadrut Assistance Fund.
Lou Poller, prominent local busi-
nessman, is the chairman of the
Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Histadrut Development
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dirksnn. 6
Frill n IS I' I" fluent Kp . larae! l.ui-k> Subje. i "Pppa> "
plainl l*nllnw< it !>>' hie* Bhnnbni
Saturilio i "' Sermon llir
i:,l ol All I'"" I'-" Mltavnh.
Mark, moii "f Mr. ami Mm I
Wolfxon t '" p "i I'ortlon "i l-.''
S p m Sermon: A Full Ufe "
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW
8th St. Contervative. Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hmke, 8
Friday 8:11 n.m 'Ju.-.-t speaker: Mr
Ittrhard Abramx Kubjeel "IxxiKlnii
At The College Seem Followed l>>
Oneg Slinbbat.
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) Or GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabbi Joaeph R. Narot. 10
Friday 8:13 p.m, Bermon: "Vlei mm
Inrael, and American Jawry."
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L
Drajin. Cantor Nathan Parnaaa. 11
Friday SO p m and s:13 p.m Bel
in.m: "That is Really Living Fol-
lowed li> neg Sli.ii.i'.ii Salunli.;
8:45 :i in Sermon: "The .'"tli <'...
turv Jru "
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTE3 tH
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahn- n 31
-
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIV -.
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A Btn.
HUM. 32
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
AOATH YESHURL'N (TEMPLE '0.-S
NE Miami Gardens Drive Con.
servative Rabbi Milton Sir m-.
Cantor Tibor Mo-.es 3S
Friday y !'. |> m Hermnt) "I el ,
Forward To Something llelti

BETH TORAH. NE 164tn St. '. 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Mai Lip.
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renier. 34
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 1P''n $.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubcl.
Cantor Jack Lsmer. s
Fridnj l |) 111 '"'I' K> '
ing Kahhiith 1 iuent Sim.. :
K.iiunla) 9 .< "i liar Mltsvnh "--. 1.
won .-I Mi and Mm Harry Her.
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE.
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional
S737
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paganda and is spreading its poi-
1I1 struction and renaissance, refer-
Boned tentacles to warp the think-
in- of the world. Yet. we are as ml with lovin '"" lo "v-v be'
yet disorganized and. above all, | loved Kphraim".
silent in the face of the verbal ,, ~
onslaughts. Press and platform I'"om the hallowed Scroll comes
and campus are exposed to the j Ill,> urgent plea today for more
fiery and distorted verbal arrows Kphraims which, with conviction
ol the Arabs, while Jewish life and sincerity, will adumbrate the
goes on banqueting and fighting ^ Jew who ujl| .u.livi!v not
back with a "chicken brigade .,,,,.
We continue with our cocktai! "sI un"1 ,hl' boundaries are
parties and having our daughters secure and the Wall protective
bow to our ambassadors: the les- again, and Sinai emerge, not as a
ser affluent are equally engaged territory but as
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13
Friday "" p.m nnd p 111 Family
Servlee Sattirda) n liar Mitx-
\.ili Lelaml, mil ..f Mr mid Mrs
William Reldman: Ronnie, Bon "i .Mi-
ami Mi Mui raj Berg
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. 14
By RABBI SAMUEL .1. POX
Why are the first seven days
alter the wedding considered as
special least davs lor t!ie bride
and groom?
TIFERETH JACOft (TEMPLE). 951
E. 4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
i' In} :I5 p ni Followed h> i I k
Shnbbal Saturday IU .i 'ii liar I
ah W lliam, noli ol I >r uiiil Mi
Ira IVa*
ZION (TEMPLE). RO00 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wan-
man. 16
i.i dinners and food, while the
Arab pro] agan la machine is grind-
ing oul Its chronic rejoindi rs to
cause.
1 r minrkd of a classic re-
tort mad /. misl C m-
asi !. ( Ine ol the
Ii d Ins dithj i
- nl '.i -
i i : Iocs
i D
hum which the word of Goi
usher in thi millenium.
will
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The rabbis deduced tins from
the Biblical account ol the mar-
Mountain ria8 which took place between
the Patriarch Ja ; his wife,
The father of the gii Is pn
him Ih d daughter
after he '.' fill the wi < !;"
fur the firsl daughti r. 11 leni sis
29:27 Also, a parallel is drawn beth israel. 77* 4om st onhnd
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION,
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative
Rabbi Joseph A. GorfinKel Cantor
Ben 2ion Kirschenbaum.
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AGUDATH ISRAFl 7801 C.i'lyle Ave.
Orthodox. R.11,1 ill i .
CANDLEISGHTIKG T!?b
17 TEVETH 5:17
iy j
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayehi
.! coh -i ssi n and Manass -h.
"And 1-. el stretched oul his right hand, and laid i' upon
Ephraim's he 5 ;er, and his left hand upon
sseh'a hea I" <( ien. 48.14*1.
VAYEHI Jacob lived in Eyp1 IT years. On his death
Bed, iii blessed his sons, predicting the destiny of the tril
that were to descend from each of them. Kphraim and Manasseh,
Joseph's two sons, were included In the roster of Jacob's suns.
the heads of future tribes. Jacob died; the Egyptian physicians
embalmed his body, alter the custom of the Country. Jacob was
buried in the land of Canaan, in the Cue of Machpelah, to-
gether with h- ancestors.
Joseph continued to provide for his brothers after their
father's death. Before his own death. Joseph made his brothers
swear that when they returned to Canaan they would take
his bones with them to the Promised Land. Joseph died: mean-
while, his embalmed body was placed in a coffin, awaiting the
return to Canaan.
This recounting of the Weekly Pwrtion of the Law ia extruded
and baaed opon "The Graphic History of the .Jewish Heritage."
edited by P. Wollnuui-Taamir, $13. PaMtsher i* Shengold. and the
volume la available at 73 Maidea Lane, New York, N.Y. 10038.
Joaeph ScJtlang w president of the society distributing Use volume.
w h >i Samson
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f the I I
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n wei ks I '1 wing
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hun an 1 ,,,
ol grief, a
to !" ivi 11 the oppoi (unity ol
.1 ssing thi ms< Ivi s,
to the Rabbis.
>\ h.v is it a requirement ac-
cording to Jewish tradition nev-
er to have a sicl; patient alone
when he is dying?
Basically, this can l> associated
with the tradition thai a dead per-
I son should never be left alone.
'This is a general indication ol
interest, devotion and respect from
the part of each person towards
his fellow man. Certainly, when
a person is dying he is 'helpless
ami some one should be present a1
all times so that what ever may
need to be done in any given time
shall not be delavi 1!
' I
Some sources claim that at the
time of death Ihe soul of a person
; feels neglected and alone. The '
j presence of another human eases
j this feeling and indicates an ever- !
! lasting association between hu-
mans, as well as a senee of res-
{ I ponsibility from one man to an-
_ i other.
Rabbi Berel Wein
II
BETH JACOB. 301 avr.
(. Rabi .
sky. Cantor M it 19
BETH RAPHAL
Jefferson AVr
Davui TC
BETH SHOL'.

Kronish.
Levy. c.--ior Da I Cm
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BETH TriLAH 936 Euclid Avt Ortho.
dox. Ral'bi Josech F Rackovsky 22
CUBAN HEBREW*CONGREGATION
1^ Washington Ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rcsencwaig. 23
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 170' Wash-
in8lon Ave. Cons-rvative. Rabbi
irv.ng Lehrnian. Cantor Zvi Adler
I
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ol Ml nil Mn
Ai".-''"- Brl Matthew, mi
and .\ii> ] t. r- .1 p,
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DAOE.
18801 N.E. 22nd Avenue P-'D'm.
Rabbi Ralph P. Kinosley 37
l'i jilti \ |. in Serim >
1. V N ..'Hi I
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18" NH
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jorjh E.
Caplan. J
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in..-. w Went In lurai II -
Now v\. 1 in to Live "
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MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Ortfidox.
Rabbi Naftali Porush it
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Sermon non'l Forget Vow
..-.,: Ilai Ml(ivnil Mark 1..
CORAl *GABltS
JUOEA (TEMPLE). 5600 Grs"*d
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris K.p-
per. 40
l'i .I.i v p 11- s.i' 1111I.1 11 .! ni
I, sen Of I
Mrs Mill I
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zsmfi AvS.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell E--ger.
Cantor Richard Browdy. O
lay "1" |. in Si rmnn 1
Wwf 1: -.-w Snturdn) in.
s. I,- r Ihe Tim gnmr
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Oakland Park Blvd Rabbi Sheldon
Edwards. Cantor Mau'ice N-u
42

EMANL'-EL. 1801 S Andrev-s AvS.
Heform. Rabbi Richard M Lev ton.
Cantor Jerome Klement. <
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Coniervativ*. Rabbi David
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. II
Sermon n-
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11 in enti Wan
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MIRAMAR
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P0MPAN0 BEACH
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Conservative. Rabbi Morns A Sxop.
Cantor Michael Frederick
SURfSIDl
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGA TION.
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Page I'.-A
Discussing the success of the community-wide tribute to Dr.
Leon Kronish at the Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach, celebrating
his 25th anniversary as rabbi of Temple Beth Sholom are
(from left Avraham Herman, former Israeli Ambassador
to the United States who is now serving as president of the
Hebrew University in Jerusalem; Isadore Hecht. cochairman
of the celebration. Dr. Kronish and the congregation's pres-
ident. Jack M. Fink.
Meir Cabinet Rejects Rogers
Proposal As 'Appeasement'
I < ontiiiii.il from Page 1-A)
Vations, for additional briefings
I th>> new Israeli Cabinet, which
1 tk office in the midst of the
worsening American-Israeli cri -
Mrs Meir c died the Cabinel
line ifl n- -.: i msulta-
v ith ther ministers on
... is |...
' I U.S.-Isracl re-
r i. :
Vm
S e t a ry Ro
' d y i i
I [> Irawa!
II i ice ip I Ara
rj 1'irn for an Ai
Th. l-r.u 1 s believe thai l*.S.
|iropoah undercut tlietr bar-
ItaJnini position in nn> future
n-::tiiltiiiN xx itt* the \rnl>-..
Even more sertoin, the> fanr
thai Mr. Rogers' speerlt iiuli-
eated thai imerlca'a stand i->
Hoftenlng and edgfnx eloper ti>
llliit ol the Soviet I iiiou.
I ,-. ,. .
thai in 1837 Isi
in the immi rise
- seeking her d si ucl ion.
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Friday, December 25,

Nixon Indicates Policy
Considers Israel Needs
((on tinned from Page 1-A)
advocate of Israel's cause, re-
centl.' insist, d that Israel must
nol withdraw from the occupied
tei ritories without a real peace
settlement.
One source said president
Nixon conceded that Israel had
some valid arguments against
the Four Power approach to the
Middle Kast conflict. But he was
said to haw stressed, neverthe-
that the U.S. wants to
avoid a confrontation with the
Soviet Union and is anxious to
. st iblish better relations with
Arab stat( s. It was believed
that the President feared a
lai ization in which
Usop
Continued from Page 4-A
Istick is the number ol
amese troops that
aid i>. ready to join the fighting
in the South by the end of
whi.h is th time
itch ; ir an i ni my off< nsi\ e
- sin.
The -authoritative es-
timates actually range from a
; il ol aboul 10,000 reinforce-
i in country by that time,
i- high as 70,000. Either way.
i spasm has to be expi cted.
'in! a the cond figure i rows
i ni' ct, there will be a
ffensivi s\ asm. And since
wi 1 be a lot mot e fighting,
thi n v ill spondingly
in all rates of
_ U.S. log
haprx us. presumably,
Pi i I do si mething
ii to turn I
H avoid doing
in fact, unless
I v.. lanoi and the world
onclude that he has been
. ing in i mptj blui ter.
thi i moi i alas, ii is only
Ii ni to anticipate that the
ii niy's planned spasm will be
major in scope. Before any
agonizing reappraisal of their
war policy, the war-planners in
i ioi have always been bound
to ;mt the President to at least
one acid test. This is what now
seems to Ii'' ahead; and this is
also why the risk is real that
the President will end by having
t.. widen the limits of the war.
The question remains, of
irse, whether this was the
right lisk to accept. There were
in Washington, and above
.ill in Saigon, who argued that
n was b.tter for the President
to show Hanoi he meant busi-
ness in quite another way by
mil-, or at least by greatly
i Ing, the troop withdrawal
that he also announced in his
eech.
For obvious, reasons, this too
its risks. The risk at home.
Over, was on the whole
I thi r Ii ss than the risk in Viet-
where it is super-important
to prove that Vietnami/atiun
will really work. Retreat under
threat of an enemy offensive
would have made the new pro-
_':. m seem a mere fair-weather
i.v to all Vietnamese, toi-
ling the Hanoi war-planners.
Th.' benefits will be immense.
contra, if the new program
be shown to work despite
greatly augmented North Viet-
' se n infoi cements, plus a
or enemy offensive. Report-
G. n. Creighton Abrams is
confident that the exp<
asm can be s i<
, i with, even if ii is on
: costly scale
These, t!i Pri kind
thei kind.
. thi se rVWuiis, in tui
ugh to indicate th
ity or nis ctn
I the U.S. would find itself allied
, with Israel. There was no in-
formation available on the Presi-
dent's thinking related to Is-
rael's request for additional jet
planes, other arms and financial
! assistance.
Authorities said it was unlike-
ly that the complex situation
' would permit a decision on Is-
i rael's financial and defense re-
. quirements until some time in
1970. .Mrs. Ml ir had apparently
gotten an impression from Presi-
dent Nixon during her visit
earlier this year that he would
take final action on the matter
by the year's end. State De-
partment officials said that thi
differences remaining after \'\
Rogers-Eban talk were abo I
ne as thos < th I i xisti d
!' fore the meeting, i hi y v.
.described as "significant. U.S.
action on Israeli military ai I
i Inai ii I i ii w as not depict I
as beir ii fa-
ll coop : a ion w ith the Ro-
i -' policy on withdraw a I,
M< anwhile, .".; I jyptian gov-
ernment s] oki sman ana.
U.S. Mideast policy this week
as encouraging Israi Ii "aggri s-
-i n" but repeated Egypt's sup-
. port for the !ii,- Four peace
efforts. Ismat Abdel Meguid
said U.S. policy encouraged I--
ra 'I "to ;- in her ag-
gression and defiance of U.N.
resolutions." He dismissed the
latist American peace proposals
as not compatible with United
Nations resol iti ins."
Israel Wants Planes
She Paid For, Not A
Refund Of Payment
(Continued from Pag*" 1-A)
launched at Cherbourg this week
for the Israel Navy but it is
still uncertain whether she and
her four French-built sisters will
ever fly the Israel flag. As mat-
ters stand, the five speedy craft
are "frozen" under the French
embargo on arms to Israel. The
Eilat is the last of 12 gunboats
oidered by brael in 1966, seven
of which, were di livered before
the Six-Day War and the em-
bargo. All 12 havi I for
in full. They are pov. ii d by
German-made ngines and arm-
ed with Ita lai a I [si ai Ii
mi -
Five I rai Ii i iws of
h ha\ I
in Chi 1
o\ s. A lai
oi f Is
advisers and ol
thi ir fami ies, numbt ri be-
tween 200-3 : -
living in Cherl for three
yi ai w hile the b ats were un-
di r con 11 uction M si if tlv m
are quartet ed in houses built
especially for them by the ship-
yard whii!: had hoped i r ordi is
for an additional I I
A nuir.be!' of ili" Israi lis are ex-
pecti d to return homi si m an i
the future of the boats is ob-
scure.
Herman Shaw (left) Temple Ner Tamid leader, receives the
first ticket to the 22nd annual scholarship dinner of the He-
brew Academy of Greater Miami from the school's presi-
dent, Louis Merwitzer, as Oscar B. Schapiro, guest of honor
for the affair, and Hebrew Academy vice president Samuel
Reinhard look on.
Knesset Votes To
Extend Draft Age
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Knesset has voted unanimously
to extend the age of eligibility
for military draft to persons
aged 45-54. The bill, which pass-
ed its first 11 ading, also extended
the validity of emergency regu-
lations governing draft age to
the end ol 1970.
Defense Minister Moshe Da-
van said the older age group
would serve in that the bill was intended pri-
marily to strengthen the civil
, di). rise corps. The Knesset also
unanimous!) approved a meas-
ure to incn ase the national bud-
. get by $21.5 million through de-
. fense loan sales abroad.
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OTTERS TO THE EDITOR
A Reminder Should Not Be Needed
.....i v*-
.V \ .,>'*' V r,
m:. t;,
.
I to-
of Ai-

nti
f ittcai i. Mer (ho Id \. r
- th i. desperate still i
irvival as ]
. re hermetl
mr.ti ". thi ; iu. h il
Th Sovt t Union during the
"_' ycai -i m > has i
a .. t the
rhough, in aci
m .'. ith Hi' ir written consl I
; ati i' hr\s its ights to
actii Its ( iltur freely, how-
i r thi Russification policy was
on tho Jews consistently
w;;. them oul as an ethnic
tity.
a I the oth< r natioi ilities in
Soviet lUi n ha\e their na-
tional ;: ograi hie ho n such as
' A: ait i ks, i tc. Only
the Jew ip lost in R'issi :. not
naving an> organized life or in-
stitutions to turn t<> for certain
trength to resist government
ressures to extinguish them.
The existence of the Jiui stat< n! Israel has a great attrac-
on for the Russian Jewry and
lie expi ii' lies they went through
. the Soviet Union have made
thi Ir Jewish Identity stronger and
nor* prevailing. The persecutions
of the Jews had an opposite reac-
. and n suit. The movement
toward assimilation during the
first i i lod of th>' Communist
ovi r of tin' Jewish population
.'.;is a trend which reversed itsell
*h( n the Ji v.s ri all/, it the anti-
Semitic character of the Comrnu-
-; tatorship.
'Ai- youth of today's Russ an
' wry 5tay rr.wh ;,,. i fl to Jewish-
-.^ than th. ir < ul. is since this
;.o'.it:i knows it is discrimin ited
:"ii:isi by the s y an fore .1 i live, i tsti i sibly
tin dr. ad fear which their parents
tad da m't i ft- <-t th. m in th. ir
Hurts to revive their Jewish
l< i tity.
The pn ssi:re ,".n.l the open anti-
Si mitten toward the Russian
A wry has Unit up more intcn-
... ly since the 'Six-Day War'
A-hen Nasser received a debacle
rom the Israeli's destruction of
Soviet armaments which were des-
tined to exterminate the Jewish
neland and its inhabitants. The
vulgar anti-Semitism is more ram-
pant t. day. hut at the same time
Russian Jewry possesses pride
in lit r.d .
'
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'
"* : -- r^j m **
kin it thei
.
|,
B pi .
'
since they h
'
til [irtt these n ports
:
IS Rui
ii and stnl their
;; t-ndai their lives and
cruel totali-
lai ian sti m. i belong to thi
new : rati in who belli ve in a
' ; i tomoi i .. since the tired
ihi tic oldi i g< .'l, ration could
dare to maki Mich a bold
toward fn edom. In a coun-
>.. whi re th. i i ody Stalin is
to ml. n on than i ne-half
isti i such ar is under-
standable. However, the is fami-
i. s who ndangi r< d thi Ir lives by
this overture can righteously ask
what we are going to do for
-.. In the last half century
what was done by World Jewry'
in their Ix halt was too little, al-
most nothing.
For 20 y.ais the Arabs have
been propagandizing the fate of
ui" million Arab refugees. The
three million Jewish refuget s in
th. Soviet Union deserve as much
Btti ntion as the artificial Arab
refugees whom the U.N. is busy
i aring for. The t'.x. or any other
:ov. rnmi r:t is indifferent to the
destiny of the persecuted Russian
Jewry which is condemned to ex-
tinction national], as well as cul-
turally, if they are not savi .1 soon.
During th" Hitler regime, there
wi re those who advocated a policy
ei silence under the pretext that
| protest would cause more harm
to tnose in the hands of barbar-
ians. The results are well-known.
Thi Jews of Russia want their
fate placed on the agenda ol world
consi i usm ss '-nee they know
nothing can be expected from the
rulers of the Soviet Union except
more pressures and persecutions
instead of liberty for which they
are y. arning.
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EDITOR, Th.- Jewish Floridian:
With three million hostages in
the Soviet Union, two million
quasi-hostaj ol the other powers'
diplomacy in Israel, and a half-
n.illion in Latin America of not-
letely si cure position, the
motivation lx hind those Orthodox
who give unequivocal support to
Involvement in Vietnam might
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MARTIN s. now Aiii>
NEW Y' RK For the first
in its .'tl ycai history, the
United Jewish Appeal will sponsor
: nationwide essay contest this
... ar t ir tot nage youth.
Fust pi i/e in the conti st a
we.k. all i xpensi a paid tour
[srai : will go to the boy oi
girl h 'v.-.. n the agi s ol 13
,s who sol mits the b. st cssa> on
"All Israel Is li. b| i m ibli I )ne Foi
The other" in 500 words or less.
According to Edward Ginsl
..i Cleveland, geni ral chairman of
the IMA. the contest is the first
st.p in an int. nsive ffoi I to
strengthen the organization's
youth program.
"Although UJA is primarily COT1-
ci rned with the relief, rescue aid
rehabilitation of Jews in Israel
nnd other countriis." he noted, "we
are also aware that the next gen-
eration must grow up with a
strong sense of Jewish identity
in order to be as responsive to
the needs of the future as their
parents are to the needs of today.
The essay contest, which we hope
will become an annual program,
is just one of several activities we
will initiate this year, a Narious
Ii vi Is, to hi lp fosti r an aware-
ness ol Jewish peoplehood in all
our kids."
11 tails f thi contest are avail-
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Avi i ue of the Amei icas, N<
York, NY. 10019.
a entrii s must be no longer
than 500 words. They should be
typewritten, double-spaced on
white paper, 8V'xll". Your name,
addn ss, tele| hone number and
must appear in the upper i \rM
hand corn, r of the first page, your
name alone on all the following
pages.
The deadline for all entries is
April 1. 1970. Entries should be
mailed to ['Essay Contest." I'JA.
11'itO Ave. of the Americas, New
York, N.Y. 10019. The contest will ,
b, judged by a panel of distin- !
guished Jewish educators, authors
and community leaders, and allow-
ance will be made for age differ-
ences. The judges' decision will
be final, and will be publicly an-
nounced on May 1, 1970.
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Friday. December 28,
:
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
'Descendants' Want
No Change Of Name
^pWI^^TB A (iROl'P of li;u -1\ youim Is-
Mf hs* T raelis, many of taerrl rvoduff-.
>f kibbutzim or farm villages and
veterans <>f the Israeli army, set-
tled on a desolate si>ot within a
few hundred yards of the Lebanon
border a couple of years ago. The
need for populating this crucial
ana was obvious from a security
point of view and the young people accepted the
challenge.
Nearby were the half-buried remains of an an-
cient Jewish town known for centuries as Tel Hlrbet
Zar'it, which roughly translated -means "The Ru-
ins of the Descendants." The name appealed t<> the
young people. Were they not descendants of those
.Tews who two millenia earlier hi: lived b
flourished on these very Galilee hii'.- [t would
be "ruins" no longer. And they proud". I tl
village Zar'it The Descendants.
Life was not easy. They eked out a are
from the soil. The El Fatah soon took p posil 01
across the Lei tnesi I irder, and they were sub-
jected to ambush and attack. None of this bothered
them, h iwever. Had they not come here to fulfill a
mission worth) of those ancestors who* descend-
nts they were?
But they w< s ,-d when the c
nteat in Jerusalem informed them that
"it that their \ ill ige sh >uld h tve
a : Tl guished An i ic in philan-
.- Will I. had made a nerous
5 were told that
ii as Kfar Ros
s of other ]
il irlj given 1
.- wa not
ip to accept Es-
vis! | : I : ;
. .1, ....
ist I;
r.guis
A .' ,
ir.il
.
tiers Zar'it
to V I. but
' thai the: ,. -
tors, those an v$ of Galil
tl R isenw d I
- would be the
n
As IVe Were Saying:
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
'War Of Attrition' Serves Soviets
r
yoC TAKE a map and look
at the Moslem countries In
North Africa as well as at the
neighboi:'4j.\ablands in the Mid-
dle East, what d) you see*
You get a clear picture of the
s i\ jet influence in A-
ya Sudan. Egypt, Syria
and even Yemen, which gives you
the kej to Soviet inl..... ns with regard to Israel.
Mosc v. does not want a renewed full-scale war
against Israel at present. The Kremlin fears that
in such a war Israel may again emerge the winn r
This would be embarrassing, and could also spoil
the Kremlin's plan to penetrate deeper into the
Middle East, stirring up a revolution in Saudi
Ar ia t> eliminate the ruler there as was done
re ntly in oil-rich Libya in order to reach the
P Tsian border.
s>\ iet lers i 've that time irks
fivor of their pr Idle East policy. They
:om inci I that it is o latter of time until
Ii ..>l will be >.: : : pii -Soviet Arab ruin-
i. Jordan and Leba n i ch it does not domi-
ii present, an considered too small and polit-
ic l>e taken seriously.
L'ndei t)ie circumstances., the Kremlin feels that
., itlritkm" against Israel serves &
. iw.-.s better than a full-scale war: .\ war of
attrition i ol only weakens Israel but
Arab dependence on Moscow. Tims, while Sovie'
mats talk of th" need for bringing aboul som
id ot understanding In the Arab-Israel situation
ii, > are actually interested in maintaining a !; .
ted Arab-Israeli war, as long u this is not a fuli.
ile war. with the ultimate aim of encircling I
with Soviet-controlled countries before diet
their terms to th it nation.
In the meantime. Moscow is enlarging its
tary presence in the Mediterranean, aiming to
vent an> possible direct American interventioi
tl area through its Sixth Fleet. Thej now
it 73 their ships In the Mediterranean .-..
ding 1 iostroyers : cruisers, a he!
" I 20 sir ill r sh : The woist dai
' '. c r im thi number of S
uh n wh ch ii u been am issed in the Medit
atet The Soviet m i ice to the S
i- well as to Israel ..- n it being undi
ile I bj NATO experts.
BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebmon
Article Attacks Education 'Fiasco'
Tin
I
i-i \\M Al. edition of th"
Ii r Ml 1,-wish Y'-iir Rook, edited
''. ilton Hi r ill o h
1. >~ ii'.' i im is .- i com-
-:; .M.-i'y puh-
I d by the V:: -' 'ommit-
' Publicat ici >
i. i
His mn eni tl .. |aj i-week scho.
tdged bj leasl demandin
d -! ': ns 1 is hard to avoid mg
>' : tsplrutions are eitl er .
' ireti tiousness Tl
uns. ithed and D
t'i d imstai
>'' Hebn tbandoned "
ir aspi cts ol vish edu< iti i
..... of the sch. il prii cipal wl ,-.irs
I th( .. :: th( ->: ..
lexol nbolic style .1 il .
lispi ; ,
;' '<'.< '. fro n the i : I ral n
' i are 1 d by constructive suggest
art! Ics "Thi Re lia
> 1 ir shin -. H isterf i .
' -- fi m the l:i rature I
I 7 tW, on ib n il onal and h I
i i i prebend th of the
"" tween Israel ind Di ispoi a Jev rj ivill a im>
'"' '' normaliz i .ilV D t
1 : rehend the \ >latillit> .,i the attt k h-
to [si ii '. Has h d the
ef Th- .right light in the fiasco ol fewish educa- l tn' concern and interest of the Diaspora
". I -- ij rew i-n E lue ition
For Wh it is by Waltei i A pt ir of edu-
, i i eai it 1 i Cbllegi Readers
find little 'i: in m sidering ihe Jewish future
; id up the Jew isr < due ition thej
. >::> it religio :>.>!.
thiid: -.' ... childi et i 19 were no
i.-.y kind of cho i I one-hall >l I
i wei I inlj i ; ij -. .' eek si ho ind
- than 1? I t h ithi I re than six
Of the six hours >l so i I i structi m, chil-
were tau dra il ; hotogi
'xti -.'on :-- the professor says,
search for inci1 can distort the meaning
if Judaisi arid notatu er befoi r int 'nd
Cardinal Helps
A I EW WEEKS ago, Richard Cardinal
dishing of Boston, in an address
sagging hopes of those
ngaging in conversations over syn-
agogue and church fences, called for
stroni by Christians and noted
th inj still don't grasp \'-.e trui re-
etween Israel : w -n
peopii -;. ,v here.
"Israel is n >t jusl a h imi lai d : i th ; rsecul id
d the pi ati d. "II .- not ist a igi
world has abused. It is for Jews 1 ful-
T im to thi Pr nised Land,
iivine covenant, the answer to the
!h i :; P pie VVh s en
in this, therwise hidden becomes clear so
ti incompt full of i
Two ( e ide by Caidiral

nong f
. it di
-, '
Slid- -HI 1
'
' prop,i
Israel's a] ..... .,,.., ,, |,.
ti/,/ much to "id reason why
innot around to
\ of I Idle ] ....I In their
i in, : i plea
.- ryi as n i indie | Ij lighl thif iy.
tion is the growth of 1 chool hich
there are no 'thai 300 L'nited Sta
Prof. Ack rn interesting oh >rvation in
characterizing th grov ing accept ir.ee of cultural plural-
nd the decentralization of the public school system
as closing t'.ie gap betwen "ethnically oriented j*.b
schools from private scho...- with simUai purposes T
opposition io the day schcKK. j.-rounc thi public school a- a "common schooK' clearly io
long>. r defensible, writes the fduc.-.tor.
t ratio to the danj that b sel
1 thi irj nunciated pri to June 1967,
' I so li| fitly out-of-h ind hi of
Previous iei Unforl inately, hiatorj rcA^n
n that 1 e>i -e n oi the J -a- for other comm
ited -. i
t least, 1 .i -uban Jews in
5 ; Seymou* B Uebmai should be of
interest .> m [>;(.. ,-., -,y
- ..
Capital Spotlight
-
By Milton Friedman
Terrorist Aid Should Be Questioned

.
/OM.RK>i-viA disturbed
the ,-!.-
nsm< se i. ns -. on be ask-
... tl U S government is
.,..;. : ral tei rorists :
petrati atrocit
ra
' i 'i yel realize thai i I
L'nili
Ameri
''
Pi'1'
''''' i 00 mill
N to th,

' ",: takt'" I R> m -armed
" "' Fal ... i i ., i ,
" """" ^',-" Th liecomi litary
'" -; I.......ndo : ,,-. .
rael. I. N I K*d iml n ,| :... ,,
y Was>higton ha | ik. n over for the u
of terrorisl forces Bui ,Uons nev-
Prthetess continue, The State Department explana-
tion is that the Ara! ireseal 0, ai,
nds ... ....
I Jordi
'' ; : vn i i Israel that h n1 Uj ttioi
Initl il 0 k>l nee are being
bealed by thi An m peopii

the New '
' he actual lims of 1
I i Revoluti i The
i. ind the St
: i," an i i | phle
; ition
'' iS "ol on!y tl p !:.- .,M, ,lt ,........., ..,
important, I "Xtin ;tl in of
irmed viole
' in iddition to 1 |uid ition
i le Zionist occupying -
rn to the desti
ing tho Zlonisl s id -u .,. a I their
i icultural and financial .
' ''' Zi inisi character of the occupied
.1 The Jewish State is an
non in our nation's his-
I Hierel .:, there is t, i altern itive to wiping
"' of this aiiifici.ii phanamanpn."
4


Fridqy. December 26, 1969
*Je*ist tkridHcun
LECAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 15-A
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 86143
I '.Mate i>f
K WiiU'K TRAP!'
I ...1.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ii Ail Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
._ i".-.nis in Demand* Against Said
date;
You are hereto notified and requlr-
I a uyaa tin} Halms and demands
huh you may have against the es-
kt. of Beatrice trapp deceased
it< of I hide County, Florida, to the
aunty Judges ot l>:ide County, and
|c the same tn duplicate and us
rovtded In Section 7:i3.1ti. Florida'
taMtes .in their offices in the County ,
ourthou.se in lv.ido County, Florida, j
:thin fix calendar mouths from the j
me of the first publication hereof, |
i the Name will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 9th
if December. A D. 19!i.
s- saiia TRAPP hi-;i.i.i.s.;v;k
As Administratrix
< "urn Teatumento Annexo
First publication of this notice on
. 12th day of December, 19699.
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lay for
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S- bold Bldg.. Miami. Fla
it/12 i9--.'t; l 'j
A
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 69-20268
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I". M" I.D.
miff,
VM
IKY c,i ir l.i i.
lefendanl
IIAKHY Htll I.H
dence unknow n
' u. HARUV OOl.'l.D, .in herehj
M.d that a Hill of Complaint tor
i lifts i'i-,!i filed against you,
l you are required to serve a copy
i'ur Answer or Pleading to the
m t'omplalnl on in* Plaintiffs
MATTHEW GISSBN, (384.,
S fi tOd Slf. I Mm in I
i file Ihe original Answei or Plead-
thi office ol i i :. i i, of the
u.' "ui i I'll or before thi
I J.iiiu.ir>. I 7 i, v .11 fall to
judgment bj d< faull \\ ill be
against you foi th n
. ihe (till "i Complaint
- shall be pul.l shed
a for tour i iinsei ti i v i
UK JEM ISH i-'l.i'KIMW
NK \\|i ORDERED H M
da thi id l ii .mi., r
.
K H LEATHBRMA.N Clerl
i, c .in I I.. Jill I
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ml Florida
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THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 85531
(Judge John R Blanton)
1H l*i.ii.. ..i
i:ih A POST,
i aaed
NOTICE OF PROBATE
E STATE OF FLORIDA:
i I, PERSONS INTERHSTEII
Trial ESTATE UF SAIH DE-
* mi :- hereby notified tl n
a Instrument purporting lo hi
(ant will and ol said
I. mi ha* beei t.- pro-
url I'ou ...
Bed Within BIX i all-nil.ir
h* from thi the fli si
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.I tti'' a ml show muse, it .. nj
ii a h> the .i. I on of said C url
admitting aald xv 111 to probat*
. ... stand unrevoked
JOHN II ; \ \"i'i i \'
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
D r. is HEREBY UIVBN that
underslgnvd, desiring to eng
I isitieae undor (he fictitious, name i.i
I'.llx.B TERRACE) APTS at (Ol-lSlb
ptroat, Miami Bench. Florida ItlSt In
i i. reglstM aatd name with the
Chirk of the Cirault Court of Dade
"unty, Floriila.
VACLAV TIM A
Id iSA l.l A Tl'MA
IBOHOB GILBERT
I torn y for i' ai i
12/5-12-19-88
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
.MARY BLLBM HANSEN.
Plaintiff,
vs.
HOWARD C. HANSEN,
Defendant.
TO: HOWARD C HANSEN
31 Melba Street
Staten Island, New Y'ork
You. HOWARD C HA.N'KKX, are
hereby notified that ft 11111 of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or j
Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on I
the Plaintiff's attomsy, MAX P. I
BNGEL. Suite 17-0 "Centre House," '
MtHl N.W. 10th Avenue. Miami. I
Florida, Telephone 379-3HU and file I
the original Answer or Pleading in '
the office of the Clerk of Uu- Circuit '<
Court on or before the 9th day of
January, 1970. If you fail to do so, j
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once I
eaih week for four consecutive weeks
fn TUB JKW1S1I FI.OR1DIAN
DONK AND ORDERED at Miami, j
Florida, this Sth day of December '
A.D. 1969.
E. It LLATHEHMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dude Countv. Florida
By: MARGUERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
LAW OFFICES OF
.MAX P. BNGEL
Suite i7-'i "Centre House"
1400 N.W. IOth Avenue
Miami, Florida
Telephone ::7s-.",vii
12 12 I9-2S l J
MBMU
BY HENRY LEONARD
ENTKAMCi=
LEGAL NOTICE
12
' THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COLNTl .
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 86021
Blanton
ill'HI. BMMER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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12 5-12-1!
"Now I tee v/hat Chaim meant when ho laid 6
worked for the Jewish Underground."
Copt. 196i. 9-iJ ht
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85564 (Blanton)
in RE: FNtate ..f
WILLIAM I 81 il.d.Mi IN
Deceaw .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All CrmHt*iH ftml am PVrsoim Hat
I nil Claims .! Demands Against s.n.i
1 Bstate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
; ';d to present nil} claims and demands
Hhich you may have against ihe es-
tate of WILLIAM I. BOIiOMON de-
rensed late of Dade County, Florida,
: 10 the County Judges of Dade Countv.
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12 2 I 8-9-16
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 86128
john r. Blanton
Iii RE Bstate of
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^Jewish Floridian
Swiss Court Acquits
El AFs Security Guard
Miami, Florida Friday, December 26, 1969
Section B
Ciment, Sossin Named Cochairmen
Councilman Norman Ciment,
and Dr. Michael Sossin haw been
named cochairrnan of the ninth
anniversary dinner of the Luba-
vitcher movement. Merkos L'ln-
yonei Chinuch of Florida, dinner
chairman, Leonard Gilbert has
announced.
The annual event, to be held
Sunday evening. Jan. 4, 1970, at
the Deauville Hotel, Miami Beach,
will honor Dr. and Mrs. Irwin H.
Makovsky, who are long time sup-
lorters of Lubavitch in Florida.
Both ccchuirmen have been ac-
tive in support of the Lubavitcher
movement in South Florida for a
number of years. Dr. Sossin has
served as chairman of previous
dinner celebrations and has headed
Benefactors Hold Art-Fashion Show
The Benefactors of the Women's
Division of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation will present a
private showing of art treasures
and haute couture starring The
20th Century Impressionists and
Martha's Collection, on Jan. 7.
Mrs. Lawrence H"> man has an-
nounced.
The setting will bo in the home
of Mrs. Leonard Rosen, hostess of
the Benefactors campaign being
held on behalf of the 1970 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gi ncy Fund campaign.
Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Bernard Scha< i Uional chair-
man of the United Jewish Appeal's
Women's Division. Mrs. Jack
Kat/man. campaign chairman of
the Women's Division, announced.
I
Women attending the luncheon
the theme of which is "Commit-
ment" will make a minimum con-
tribution of $1.01X1 on behalf of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's local, national and overseas
agencii s, as well as Israel.
The Benefactors Committee in-
c ludes Mrs. Jerome Kipnis, Asso-
ciate chairman. Mrs. Bernard Abe',
Mrs. Ruth Johnson Berger, Mrs.
Florence Kupperman and Mrs.
i.i onard Rosen.
various committee in the work of
the movement. One of the buildings
ol Camp Can Israel, DeLand,
which is sponsored by Lubavitch.
is named for Dr. Sossin's father.
Councilman Ciment who has been
involved in many Lubavitcher ac-
tivities, is past chairman of the
seventh annual dinner.
Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch is in-
strumental in providing material
and spiritual assistance and edu-
cational opportunities to Jewish
youth and adults in our community
and throughout the world.
The movement, through its
worldwide network, has aided
Jews in Eastern Europe and has
' made available spiritual guidance
and support for orphans and wid-
ows in Israel and in other parts of
the world where Lubavitcher in-
stitutions of learning constitute the
largest single independent volun-
tary aid movement.
Mrs. Ruth Johnson Berger, left, Mrs. Lawrence Heyman,
chairman of the Benefactors, and Mrs. Jerome Kipnis, as-
sociate chairman, preview Picasso's "Women" in the home
of Mrs. Leonard Rosen, who will host the Benefactors
Luncheon Wednesday, Jan. 7.
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WINTKRTHUR, Switzerland
(JTAi A Swiss court has im-
posed 12-year prison terms on
three Arab terrorists whom it )
found guilty of the attack on an .
El Al Israel airliner last Febru-
ary at Zurich Airport which was
fatal to Israeli pilot-trainee Yo- ;
ram Peress. It acquitted El Al's ,
security guard, Mordechai Rach-
amim, 23. declaring him not
guilty of the charge of homicide
resulting from the death of a
fourth Arab in the melee. The
court expressed regret over the
inconvenience to Mr. Rachamim
by his five weeks of detention
during the preliminary investi-
gation and the necessity for his
return for trial a month ago.
Muhammed Abu El Heiga, 24,
Amina Dabhor, 22. and Ibrahim
Tewfik Youssof, 34. were de-
prived of all civic rights for
three years and forbidden to
enter Switzerland for 15 ye irs
after their sentences are c '-
pleted, but were acquitted of
a charge of having caused ma-
ter1..:", damage to the plane.
The prosecuting attorney, Dr.
Oscar Birch, had demanded th it
Mr Rachamim be given a two-
year sentence for shooting the
Arab terrorist. The court, which
had iccepted his recommei 11-
tion regarding the disposition of
case, rejected his ir-
gument where Mr. Rachamim
was concerned.
Mr Rachamim appeared un-
i when the verdict was
read and translated into He-
brew, He told his lawyer, George
Brunshvig, that he never had
any doubt as to the outcome of
the case.
The Israeli State Attorney.
Dr. Gal Tie 1 Bach, who attended
the trial as an observer and ad-
viser to Mr. Brunshvig. said.
The verdict demonstrated the
court's refusal to accept the
Arab claim that this was a
military action and treated the
attack on an unarmed civilian
plane as purely a criminal act."
Mr. Brunshvig told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency he was "de-
lighted with the verdict. It
reached my best expectations."
he said.
Shoemaker ZOA Guest
The Brandeis District. Zionist
Ore.anizo.tion of America will have
Miami Herald editor Don Shoe-
maker as guest speaker for its
Monday, Jan. 5. meeting at 8 p.m.
in the Washington Federal Audi-
torium. 1133 Normandy Dr.. Miami
B< ach. Mr. Shoemaker will s;>eak
on "Old Year and New Year
Yalta s "
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Friday. December 26. 1969
BBYO Members Gather For
25th Regional Convention
One hundred fifty members.
s< nting 24 chapters in the
Florida Region ot Alcph Zadik
Aleftl (AZAt and B'nai B'rith
Girls, >BUG 1 from the Greater
Miami area and other parts of
tin' state, are currently meeting
111 the Cape Kennedy Hilton for
the 25th Annual Rogional Conven-
tion Thursday through Sunday.
The contingents are accom-
panied by trained, qualified volun-
tier advisors who will remain
throughout the eon vent ion to assist
the professional staff. Mrs. Girl
BoCtak, Florida Region B'nai
frith Youth Organization (BBY-
<>! director and Ronald Blumcn-
thai. North Florida Council di-
ri etor.
BBG president Leslie Brenner
and AZA vice-president Larry
Abratnson, will join convention
coordinator, Marsha Sakson. in
spearheading self-exploration on
the convention theme "Machar
Tomorrow" and what the future,
may offer today's teenagers in
their search for a more stable
I mi rrow.
Principal speaker on the con-
vention theme Will be Rabbi Daniel
Kirshblum. spiritual leader of
1 lc Israel. Orlando. Prior to
oving to Orlando, he held the
>s! .,1 associate Rabbi of Temple
ut-EI, in Miami. Coming from
; line of rabbis. Rabbi Kirsh-
m ho was ordained al Yi shi-
L'nivi 1 sitj in New York and
ilsn holds a i'.. A. degree in pre-
1 ha i atti nded Colum-
1 rsi an i B il -Man I'ni-
sitj in I:.... -t Gan, israi l
il :! Sue/
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Isra li was
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versity,
of-
irst-hand
nl "I Israeli and
Pri Mm!-' 1 David
. 1 a citation on
. 11 unil to Rabbi Kirsh-
Israeli P ir-
ice. Mori 11 -
he has toured colleg
puses thro lout Ihe nation
II 1 >ups of all
- Is incl ding "Hip-
Re lutions "i Amei
ind 'The Ni w Morality "
The Hah! i's pi I at the
-. 1 non h ill focus on Judai
its r< li vancj in the 1970's.
stati d Rabbi
Kirshblum, "is more vibrant and
mic todaj. In our teehnologi-
1 al ei:. than ver before more
1 auingful ami significant than In
hi Itos it eas tci n Europe.
"Today's youth" he said "is
- H hing for true spirituality and
and idi als n< cessarj
in w hal often is
"al I brul m Id to-
and women an
ited.
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RABBI DANItL KIRSHBLUM
elude Jack Feuer, Jeffrey i loch-
man. Howard l.andy. Barry Marks.
Richard Markowitz. Krancine
Sommers. Margo Sussman. Ruth
Haasa. Arlene Kaplan. Marilyn
Bernstein, Susan Bisnow, Susan
Fdelstein, Eva Wciner, Dianna
Stahl. Janel Feldman, Dale Kap-
lan. Ellen Kaplan. Barbara Rudne,
Laura Seff, Elaine Meyers Peggj
Si iger, Bonnie Wi isbrot, Eileen
Bardack, Elaine Feuer, Lori Fox,
Debbie and Sharon Goldman, Lin-
da K li in berg. Susan Parness,
Cathi Robinson. Sharyn Marks,
Lisa Markowitz, Shelley Zucker,
Janet Katz and Kath\ Tishman.
I: [rom several
other Floi la cil v ill ils 1 b
- nt.
Symphony Concert
Honors Beethoven
The Miami Beach Symphony,
under the direction of conductor
Barnett Breoskin. will pay tribute
to composer Ludwig van Beethov-
en w ith a special program for
the S p.m. Sunday, Jan. 4. concert.
third, in the serk* of seven.
The concert, marking the 200th
Anniversary of Beethoven's birth.
will feature pianist Joseph Kalich-
stein in the Fourth Piano Con-
certo, Fifth Symphony. I.eonore
Overture No. 3, and the Corialanus
Overture.
Mr Kalkhstein. horn in Tel
Aviv in 1946, has won numerous
awards and scholarships for study
in Israel and at the Julliard School
in New York. He also won the
Young Artists Award in 1967, first
prize of the Artists Advisory Coun-
cil of Chicago and the Interna-
tional Leventritt Piano Competi-
tion in New York.
Tickets for the concert are
available at the Symphony office,
lf>61 Washington Ave.
Histadrut To Hold Reception Monday
Nahum Guttman, coordinator of
the American HisUdrul Cultural
Exchange institute will present a
showing of his "Faces of Hista-
drut" at the Histadrut Coffee and
Cake Reception Monday evening,
in the Fontainebleau Hotel, \],
Levin, chairman of the boa, |
directors, has announced

nonor ai
Temple To Install '*,
Dr. Sol Stein. National 1- v ,u.
five Director of the Israel Hht*
drut .Campaign will be here tu
honor active workers of the Hist,.
Council of South Florida.
.. in is in Israel at present
K 1 11 11 \s I reSl " i-mmeiit and the Vaad Hapoel of
Milton Kahn will be installed the Histadrut and will fly
as president of the Kneseth Israel [srae| fof ^ funt.,jon
Congregation dur.n; the Saooatn
Saturday, along with his ve an intimate report on the
Offlcei-s for the coining I;.test developments, both
iruiv
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services
slate of
year. Participating with Rabbi Da- ;ul(i poHtkaL
vid Lehrflekl and Cantor Abraham =
Seif in the installation ceremonies
will be Miami Beach Mayor Jay
Dermer.
The officers to be install."! in-
clude David Kisenstein. Maurice
KuMiit^. and Jack Horwitz. vice
presidents; Joseph Hofleiiberg.
treasurer; Max Lehowltz. record-
ing secretary; Irving ZHter assis-
tant recording secretary; Samuel
Weiner. financial secretary: Abe
Kisenstein. chairman of the board:
and Rev. Jacob Katz, cochairman
of the board
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fJenist h>rSdlii3in
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New Mizrachi Chapter Elects Its 1970 Officers


Geula Chapter, t li. newly form-
ed evening group of Mizrachi
Women ol Miami Beach, elected
Mrs Francine Katz to serve as its
president.
The ?roup. which met at Both!
Israel Synagogue, also elected a
slate of officers Including Freda I
Ostor, first vice president; Ida
Porush. mihership chairman:
Weiss, financia
Anne Moss, correspond
tary; Florence Husa
seen tary, Geula Saudi erg. pro-
gram chairman; Gertrude Block,
treasurer; Regina Ciment,
phone chairman and Edith Breen,'
publicity chairman.

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Members of the Miami Beach Chapter of
the Women's Division of the American
Technion Society who gathered for a recent
luncheon in the Cadillac Hotel included
(from left) Mrs. George W. Valentine, mem-
bership vice president; Mrs. David Garbel-
nick, national president; Mrs. Max Kern,
chapter president; Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag,
prcgram vice president, and Mrs. Norman
C. Hill, membership cochairman.
llayiu's Named By United National
Edw ud C. ta; ro a has been
rcti pres the United
I" Bank >!iami, Vi ank
I.1- at! rs, ." board chairman,
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ti\ ;ident ot I
sine.' 1968 and was nannd a
ctor In 1969.
!'. ior to joining United, Haynes
..a- financial vice president of
''ii st Mori tors, Miami.
He bei career with
M nhattan Bank when' lie
served as an officer in the national
li\ ision.
The downtown hank is a meni-
i< ; ol United Bancshares ol Flori-
da, Inc.. holding company which
als owns The Miami Bi ach First
National, Coral Gables First \.i-
tiol al. ami ii u |y openi d l':iit. ,1
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12th Game Added For
1970 Jai-Alai Season
A 12th game and closed-circuit
color television have been added
to Miami Jai Alai's 44th season
which opened Thursday night.
First game is 7:30 p.m. on week-
days and 7 on Saturdays.
General manager Buddy Beren-
son reports that .'!0 players from
last season, plus 10 rookies, are
on the 1970 rooster, Including
stars Santiago, Rufino. Geno and
Mendiola..Many ol tins.' players
will complete in the World Singles
Championship to be played nightly
as the 10th Game.
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Jones Brotman,
veteran community leader
and a Golden
Tiui'.ee ci Israel, is shown kindling the fourth light of
Chanukah at the recent Israel Bonds Chanukah Festival in
Miami Beach Convention Hall, while some 10,000 persons
gathered for the celebration watch.
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Friday. December 26, lggg
Home For Aged To Honor Founder
^u w u u was what shi '->"
The Jewish Home for the Aijcd ... ......... ___ residing al the
The Jewish Home for the Aged
[Douglas Gardens! 151 NE 52nd
St.. will be the scone of 2 p.m.
ceremonies honoring its founder.
Mrs. Isulor i Ida' Cohen. Sunday,
ml marking her 93rd birthday
which ocurred Dee. 25.
The Greatqr,^ Miami Women's
Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the
Aged, is sponsoring this celebra-
iion. Mrs. Lawrence (Sharit Sil-
\.rman is now serving her ninth
year as auxiliary president, and
.Mrs. Sol i.Molliei Silverman. hon-
orary life president, will give the
SOgfl of welcome and greet
all the guests.
Mrs. Cohen. Miami pioneer, re-
embers early Miami as only a
pioneer can. A few streets um-
ave.ii and plenty of mosquitoes,
horse and buggy transportation,
r.o telephones, and for entertain-
ment the arrival of one train daily
at Henry Flagler's railroad sta-
tion!
Charity fund-raising has chang-
d considerably since Mrs. Cohen's
i rival in Miami. Mrs. Cohen first
gan soliciting funds for an
operating room at Jackson Mem-
. rial Hospital. A S3 contribution
as considered most liberal then.
It took one full year for a group
: women to raise $1,000 to com-
lete the pledge lui the operating
om.
In those early days th< school
ildings wen w ooden fii
I like all rs,
Coh( n sid< d w il Wo-
v
.
1925 when Mrs. <
[sidoi Col
' Sk tehes and
In dit
stitution of
prool ildings ii
. ; s is due to
group wo-
. n ." Mr. Cohen "as the fii -'
irehiti ct" for th Cit, I Miami's
i harti ;
Mis. i'oh. n starti 'I the fi
Jewish organization here, called
i taught* is oi Isi ai She si rv< .1
the pi. sklent for i ight yi ars
(lohens v.. re founders and
iganizers .>l the tii ~t Jewish Sy-
ogue in 'his area in 191". Beth
David, which was originally Unit
> a li | Stroel 1 Avenue.
Mi s. Cohen also founded the
lh David Sisti i ind sen. .1
iis first piesideni. She served
- upi i inti ndenl i >l the Beth
David Sunda> School and became
I resi lent ol Hadassah in 1917, and
first president ot the National
Council of Jewish Women in 1920.
Shi v.-d th.' Lighthouse for
Blind, Salvation Army, and
VWCA Mis Cohen is an early
men>>. i ui the Miami Womi n's
Club
One ui th.- man) organizations
Mrs Coh< n is \itall\ interesti d
in, land probably her "pet"i is
the Greater Miami Jewish Hume
for the Aged, which she founded
was what she did for th
residents now residing
Douglas Gardens .'.wish Home f"t
th. Aged, who have shelfc r, securi-
t:. an I peace ol mind.
Mrs. Coin n's daughter, Claire.
i^ Mis. Sydney L. Weintraub; her
two sons are Murray and the late
I- Idie Cohen.
Pioneer Women's Monda\
Brunch Benefits CJA-EEF
-,;,,. Leahem, an Ambassador
1( i and a member ol the
delegation to the i nited
to have the guest
i. h
Nations, was
speaker at a brunch ol the Ptoneei
w en Monday in the Algiers
Mrs. Milton S Gn i I'" ~;"
,ient ..I the Ptoneei Won
<4iL,
bert and his wife Saralee Weln- Miami Jewish Federation's 1
traub. visit he. J.n Jean, another CJA-IEF campaign, Entertain
of son men' will be provided Dj iris
lyric soprano. She said
granddaughter, daughter
Murray and his wife Martha, is Lane,
MRS. ISIDOR CONIN
now a crown young lady and a Ambassador Leshem was
great source ol pride to Mrs. pointed to his present i"
Cohen.
- Prior to that he rved as
(?$. MflTOM GJrffN
il of Israel for the S il
i nsti rn I 'niti d States An
ol Israel to the Republi. .f th<
Congo, and Director ol
. at the Ministrj I
. n Affairs in Jerus il
- ol the PkM
CJA II Ittei lm
Fay
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Rabbi Joseph R. Narot reviewed Ralph G.
Martin's book "Jennie" in the first of this
year's annual Sound of Books series spon-
sored by the Sisterhood of Temple Israel of
Greater Miami, for which Mrs. Joseph Ruff-
ner and Mrs. Robert Apfel are serving as
cochairmen. Committee members Mrs. Sid-
ney Raffel, Mrs. Arthur Leyton, Sisterhood
president Mrs. Jerome Rado, Mrs. Leonard
Rosenberg, Mrs. George Graham, Mrs.
Charles Ruffner and her mother-in-law, Mrs.
Joseph Ruffner are shown checking the plan
book to make sure everything is in order for
the rest of the series.
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UNVEILING at
MT. NEBO CEMETERY
Dec. 28, 1969
at 2 P.M.
MEMORIAL for
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin S. Kohn,
n Into. Ii was originally located who came to Miami from Phila-
delphia in 1941, celebrated
their 50th wedding anniversary
Dec. 21 with a luncheon in the
Famous Restaurant. In addition
to their children and grand-'
children, the guest list included
sisters and brothers from Phila-
delphia, Washington. D.C., and
Miami. Mr. Kohn retired from
the Bureau of Yards and Docks
after serving 25 years with the'
{.i SW 12th Avenue and 4th t.
Looking hack to 1940 when Mrs.
Cohen called the first meeting
i ading i" the establishment ol
the HOME, she shakes her head
thoughtfully and says: "I spent
the entire year trying to convince
the Jewish people living in this
area that it was time for Miami
to build a home lor the aged.
No one seemed to agree, in spite
ol thi growing population, except Navy Department,
on.- nan, a Roman Catholic, the
|8te Vi.' Adam Reis left
. $1 1,000 bequest to Mrs. Cohen
foi the Home she wanted to es-
lish in Miami. By the time
- Cohc ii I d foui yi ars
;, the first pn sident ol ih< Home.
Kh, ble to tui n ovi r 110,000
to her rhis was ei nigh
to | Tin first buildini
SW 12th Avi nui and tth street
Hi i last active gift of personal
acrvici io hei Jewish community
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The Miami Beach Chapter
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deeply regrets the passing of
Mrs. Pearl Shapiro
known locally for her many activities in Community,
religious and charitable causes,
especially the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
of which she served as the President
for three years.
At the time of her death she was on the
executive Board of the Florida Region of Hadassah
Pearl Shapiro, wiff of the late Joseph Shapiro resided
ai 575C Collins Ave. Requests from her family and
many friends who wish to make contributions in
her memory are advised to make such donations payable
to the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
and mail to 337 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
A SPEC/Al mMOKIAl WILL Bl HUD I ATE* THIS MONTH.
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MORRIS
ALPERT
Beloved Husband,
Father, Grandfather
and
Great-Grandfather
The monumental buildings
standing so tall. Reflect his
I'fe's work until late in 'he
Fall How quickly he left,
withoui a "Farewell' No
hindrance or burden to us
as he fen.
His melodious voice re-
sounds and sings H
liance, his teachings to us
still clings. Hi' root'
nourish our Everbl
Wisdom, Honesty
and Love his Legacy
Hi .. II live in our hearts
Life's race well run
Eternal afterglow oi
Setting Sun .
Anne Alperf
Tne
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eJewfisli Floridian
tne LA'onian s (AJorld
Friday, December 26. 1969
Page 5-b
Ha Morton Towers Croup cele-
brated Founder's Day on Tucsdaj
in the Algiers Hotel. Lunch on
was followed by guest sneaker,
Judge '/' v w. Kogan. Fran Shri-
ber, accompanied by Helen Treit-
tnan, presented a program in tri-
bute to Henrietta Szold.
The next regular meeting of the
Iteral Qroap w- 11 lx> held on Mon-
day, Dec. 29, al 12:30 p.m. in the
Algiers Hotel. A special program
v ill be presented by Elsie Zigler
and Mrs. Helen Skolnick. Mrs.
Hi ii Zeigmund is president.
:
Kuiiimah Oroup's next regular
meeting will bo hold at the Sin-
gapore Hotel Monday, Jan. 5, at
11:30 a.m. Luncheon will b served,
followed by a program.
Sisterhood Anniversary
I urn heon Set Feb. 18
The Sisterhood of Temple
Kmanu-Kl will celebrate its 13th
Anniversary with a luncheon Wed-
nesdav, Feb. 18, in the titiiph-'s
Friedland Ballroom, 1701 Wash-
ington Ave., according to an an-
nouncement by Mrs. Bernard D.
Kaplan. Sisterhood president.
Mrs. Jay Dormer has been
named chairman of the luncheon
committee; Mrs. Jack Scharf, is
reservation chairman; Mrs. Robert
Fiank, decorations chairman; Mrs.
Lester Mishcon, hostess chairman.
and Mrs. Trixle Levin, program
chairman.
The Treasure House Croup will
hold its next regular meeting at
12:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 12, in the
North Building, Treasure House
Apts. Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Ren Zeigmund, one of the Trustee
of the Miami Reach Chapter. Her
subject will be .'The Life of
Theodore Herzl." Maicella N.
Monfonl is president
At tne initial planning meeting of tne
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's advisory
campaign cabinet of the 1970 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
campaign, which took place at the West-
view Country Club are (left to right) State
Attorney Richard E. Gerstein, Norman Kas-
ser. general campaign chairman Robert
Russell. Mel Chasen. Fred K. Shochet and
Fred Stone.
JWVA Council Meeting
Mrs. Frieda Alexander, national
president of the I-adies Auxiliary.
! Jewish War Veterans, paid an of-
1 ficial visit to the Council of Art-
ministration meeting which was
held recently in the Beau Rlvage
Hotel. Miami Beach. Also present
were Mrs. Zelda Glass, Florida
Department president, Kay Linga-
ton, Eva Winer. Sydcl Levitch,
Gertie Beck and Lil Newman.
Jewish Civil Employees
Party New Year's Eve
A Jamhoreo and Now Year's
Eve party, featuring dance, buffet !
and show, will be given by the
Robert Kanzer Chapter. National1
Jewish Civil Service Employees,
Inc. The ala event will take place1
in the Biscay lie Gardens Commu-!
nity Hall, 15'JOO N. Miami Ave..
l>oRiiiiiinj; at 10 p.m. Dec. 31.
All civil service employees
municipal, county, state and fed-
eral are invited to participate
in the celebration, net proceeds of
I which will lie .allocated to various
charitable activities.
Mrs. Perrv Named To BB. Committee
Mrs. Morton L. Perry has been
appointed to membership on the
National Community Service Com-
mittee of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, George J.
Talianoff, Miami Beach attorney
who is chairman of the committee,
has announced.
The National Community Serv-
ice Committee is responsible for
the long-range planning "t tin
oiH-rations of ADL's 29 Regional
offices located throughout the na-
tion. Mrs. Perry, wlv.se husband is
a judge of the County's Small
Claims Court, is the editor of
"Miami Interaction", an urban af-
fairs journal of the University of
I Miami. Siie was formerly associate
director of ADL's Florida Regional
Office and is currently vice chair-
man of the League's Florida H--
gional Hoard
Lincoln Chapter l.nutli
Marie Balaban will provide the
entertainment for the membership
luncheon of Lincoln Chapter 1288.
B'nai B'rith Women, which will
take place in the Algiers Hotel at
12:30 p.m. Wednesday. Jan. 7.
Ambassador Avraham Harmon, left, now president of He-
brew University, is shown with Judge and Mrs. Heibert S.
Shapiro, who were hosts of an informal gathering cf the
South Florida Division, American Friends of the Hebrew
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Friday, December 26. 19gg
iffij^^piTWi,* 2z 2hi
Werner Kahn
MRS. JEFFREY A. FRANTZMAN
T harp-Stone
The wedding of TVrri Ann Stone
and Marvin Oscar Tharp took
place in Temple Beth Or, Raleigh.
N.C.. Sunday. Dec. 14. with Rabbi
Stillpass officiating. A reception
followed in that city's Statler-
Hilton Hotel.
An honor graduate of Palmetto
High School, the bride, whose
arents are Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Stone. 6741 S\V 132nd St.. is a
student at North Carolina State,
where she is in her junior year as
a clinical psychology major.
The son of Mrs. Alberta Quai-
roli of Vineland. N.J.. and the late
Marvin Oscar Tharp, obtained his
degree in industrial engineering
from North Carolina State, where
he was prominent in varsity foot-
ball as an offensive tackle. He had
previously been all-conference and
all-county as a student at Vineland
High School, where he was presi-
dent of the student body.
After a honeymoon in Jamaica,
the couple will make their home
in Cleveland. Ohio, where Mr.
Tharp will be associated with the
Leeds Northrup Co.
Blum-Greenberg
Rabbi David Raab officiated at
the 7 p.m. ceremony in the Bal-
moral Hotel Saturday. Dec. 20.
which united Sharon Greenberg
and Steven C. Blum in marriage.
The nuptials were followed by a
reception and dinner in the hotel.
A graduate of the University of
Miami, where she received a B.A.
degree in Psychology the bride,
whose parents are Mr. and Mrs
Morris D. Greenberg, 5313 Collins
Ave.. Miami Beach, was served by
Judy Blumenthal. Barbara Green-
berg and Sally Blum as honor
attendants. She selected an off-
\\ hite gown of organza and lace
with pearl beading, lace mantilla
and train of lace over organza and
carried a cascade of white orchids
and carnations.
Her husband, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Murray Blum. 2911 SYV 63rd
Ave., graduated from Miami-Dade
Junior College and attended the
University of Florida before be-
coming affiliated with Campus
Record Distributors. He was at-
tended by Alfred Blum, best man.
and groomsmen Walter Blum,
Paul Greenberg. Ira Rechman and
Karl Shapiro.
The couple plans to make Miami
their home.
Werner Kahn
MRS. ARTHUR OCKMAN
Rosen-Cassorla
Charlotte Maureen Cassorla be-
came the bride of Harry Alan
Rosen in ceremonies held Sunday.
Dec. 21. in Beth David Synagogue.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Michael Cassorla. 4811
SYV 6th St.. and graduated from
Coral Gables Senior High School
and the University of Miami.
The bridegroom, the son of Mr.
and Mis. Phil Rosen. 8340 SYV 86th
Ter graduated from Miami High
School and the University of
Miami.
The couple will spend their hon-
eymoon in Jamaica, after which
they will be at home in Miami.
Oehman-Wissuer
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated
at the 7:30 p.m. candlelight serv-
ices in the Algiers Hotel Saturday,
Dec. 20. when Michele Barbara
Wissner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley YVissner, 7520 Dickens
Ave., Miami Beach, became the
bride of Arthur Ockman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ockman of
Philadelphia. Pa.
Linda C. Rosenkranz was maid
of honor for the bride, who is a
graduate of Florida Atlantic Uni-
versity; bridesmaids were Rose de
Castro, Fran Sternberg, Andrea
Milsen. Myra Katz and Michele
Ross. Her bridal gown, of white
satin with rhinestone trim, was
fashioned with a 12-yard detach-
able train, and she carried a bou-
quet of white orchids.
David Lane served as best man
for the bridegroom, who graduated
ated from the University of Miami.
Ushers included Stuart Ockman.
Bob Leibowitz, Alan Feldman.
Martin Katz and Steve Ross.
The couple left for a honeymoon
in Jamaica after the reception,
which was held in the Rubaiyat
Room of the Algiers and will be
at home in Miami after their re-
turn.
W< rner Kahn
MRS. STEVEN C. BLUM
Beach Senior High School and at-
Miami-Dade Junior College and
the University of Tennessee. Her
husband, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Beilinson, 655 Fairway
Dr.. Miami Beach, also graduated
from Miami Beach Senior High
School, and after graduation from
the University of Miami School ol
Architecture, affiliated with the
N, h York City firm of Eggers ami
Higgens. __
The bride, who selected a gown
of candlelight dulcet satin with re-
embroidered Alencon lace, with
sleeves of silk satin organza, a
long illusion veil and mantilla ol
re-embroidered Alencon lace, car-
ried a cascade of whit' roses She
was attended by Donna Goldsti in,
maid of honor.
Steve Beilinson serve: I
I groom as best man; Paul Mittman,
Bruce Hurwitch, Jefl Knaui i and
James Goldstein ushered.
The couple will In,' at 10 Park
Ave.. New York City, afti r a
honevmoon in Eleuthera Isla:-. Beilinson-Goldstein
Sherry, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Goldstein. 4545 Nau-
tilus Ct., Miami Beach, became
the bride of I-es Dennis Beilinson
at 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 20. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman officiated at the
Temple Emanu-El ceremonies and
a reception followed in the Grand
Ballroom of the temple.
The bride graduated from Miami
Frantzman-ff einzinimer
Judy Ann Weinzimmer and Jef-
frey Allen Frantzman wen
ried in a candlelight c< remony at
noon Sunday. Dec, 21 in the Al-
giers Hotel, Miami Beach.
A teacher at Hialeah Elemen-
tary School, the bride, whose par-
ents are Mr. and Mis Daniel J.
Weinzimmer, 1740 S Glades Dr..
North Miami Beach, is a graduate
of Norland Si nior High School and
the University of Florida, where
she majored in Education.
The bridegroom, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. George Frantzman of
4455 Adams Aw., Miami Beach, is
a graduate of Miami Beach Senior
High School and the University ol
Miami. An accounting major, he
is now employed by a local C P.A
firm.
After a wedding trip to Europe,
Mr. and Mrs. Frant/man will re-
side in Southuist Miami.
Wei
MRS. HARRY A. ROSEN
the Yeshiva of Flatbush in Brook-
lyn, is a junior at Ni York Uni-
versity in the Bronx. NY, where
she is an English major. She i- a
current vice president ol the uni-
versity's Jewish Culture Founda-
tion.
Hi r husband, "ho is now at-
tending All 11 Eii ~t< in School ol
Medicine in New York ity, where
hi i- a mi mbi i ol Phi 1 >eita Ep-
silon fraternity, graduated fi
Mesivta Senior Mich School ol
(ireati ; Mian a:. : .> e ctod
"Pre-Med ol tin Year" at Yeshiva
University, when he graduated
sununa cum laude.
The couple will r,turn to New
Yoik to continue their schooling
after a horn j moon cruisi ol the
Caribr* an,
Steinberg-Steinberg
en Steinberg was m in ied to
Douglas Franklin Steinberg in.
.- > monies led bj R ibbi
Joseph Narol Sunday, Dec. _'l The
nuptials wi n foil >w d by a famil)
dinner
The bride, whose parents are
Mr and Mrs Samuel Steinberg,
1755 SW 15th St graduated from
Mian -Dade Junior College School
of Nursing. Her husband, the son
of Mrs. Josephine Steinberg of
Great Neck and Forest Hills, NY.
and the late Oscar Steinberg, is a
graduate of the University of Mi-
ami and is presently teaching in
the public schools of Dadi C intj
After a honeynvM>n in Nassau
and Jamaica, the couple
home in Miami.
MRS. LES D. KJUNSON
Galbut-Horouitz
The marriage of Rita B< verly
Horowitz, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Sender Horowitz of Brook-
lyn. N.Y.. and Robert Nathan Gal-
but. son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
P. Galbut. was solemnized at ti p.m.
Sunday. Dec, .'1 in I". : |i B. th
El. Manhattan Beach, Brooklyn.
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MRS. ROBERT N. GALBUT
MRS. DOUGLAS F. STEINBERG
MRS. LAWRENCE S. SEITIIN
MRS. MARVIN 0. THARP
MRS. PETER F. COHEN
E.^'*
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Werner Kahn
MRS. EDWARD B. PORTER
Stein-Kitchener
A doub)c-ring ceremony in the
Algiers Hotel Sunday. Dec. 21.
made Linda Karen Kitchener the
bride of Larry H. Stein. Rabbi Sol
Landau officiated at the 7 p.m.
rites, and a reception followed in
the hotel.
The new Mrs. Stein, who gradu-
ated from Drexel School, is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Kitchener of Miami Beach, and
the granddaughter of Mrs. Ros.'
Mandell. The bridegroom, whose
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack
-t. in of Coconut Grove, is the
^.mdson of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Frank. A graduate of Coral Gables
Senior High School, he is attend-
ing the University of Miami, from
which he will get his degree in!
Jane, and is associated with his
father in the family's supermarket.
Gwen Kitchener was maid of
honor: bridesmaids included Sonia |
K-tchener. Barbara Rudcs, Renee
Breit and Francine Kapchuk, and
Wendi Mandell was flower girl, j
The groom was served by Mark :
Stein best man. and Neil Kitchen-
f, Kurt Kitchener. Steven Stein.
Barry Rudes, Allan Mandell and
G ry Kitchener, ushers.
Vl>on their return from a New
V,,,k honeymoon, the couple will
b at home at 9325 SW 77th St.
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The Doral Beach Hotel was the
setting for the wedding at noon
Sunday. Dec. 21. of Marjorie Ros-
lyn Goldstein and Edward Bruce
Porter. A reception at the hotel
followed the ceremonies, which
were performed by Rabbi Fugenc
Laixn it/.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs, Herbert M Goldstein of Hol-
lywood, is a graduate of Miami-
Dade Junior College. Her husband,
who graduated frorp Morris Har-
vey College in Charleston. W.Va..
is the son ,,f Mr. and Mrs. Richard
L. Porter. North Worcester, Mass.
The bridal gown and train se-
lected by the bride were of satin
and Alencon lace: she carried a
colonial bouquet. Sue ElHnoff was
her maid of honor: bridesmaids
were Marylyn Goldstein and Lisa
Porter.
Neil Porter was the groom's
, best man: ushers included Alan
! Goldstein. Allan Katz, Greg Leon-
ards' >n. Jonathan Schwitz, Alex
Porter and Jay Porter.
Charleston, W.Va., will be the
Porters' home after a honeymoon
cruise to Nassau.
Seitlin-Doliner
Stephanie Joy Dolinor carried
the Bible used in her mother's
wedding ceremonies when she be-
came the bride of Lawrence Scott
Seitlin in a candlelight double-ring
ceremony performed hv Rabbi Abe
W. Schoen in Beth Meyer Syna-
gogue, Raleigh. N.C., at 6 p.m.
Sunday. Dec. 21.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Doliner of Raleigh, the new
Mrs. Seitlin. who graduated from
the University of North Carolina
las: August with an A.B. in Edu-
cation, teaches elementary school
in Raleigh.
Her husband, son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. Louis Seitlin of Miami
Sp ;s, and grandson of pioneer
Miamians Mrs. Jennie Seitlin and
the late Henry Seitlin, is a seni tr
at the University of North Caro-
lina, and holds membership in the
Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity He
will enter dental school next fall.
The groom's sister. Rebecca Jo
Seitlin. served as maid of honor:
i the bride's cousin, Mrs. Stephen
Neil Greenberg, was matron of
honor. Her other attendants, in-
cluding bridesmaid Karen K raen-
stock and junior bridesmaids Linda
Rosenstock and Jane Rosenstock.
were also her cousins.
Best man for the groom was
Jerry Doliner. the bride's brother,
who was also a fraternity brother:
ushers were Stephen Neil Green-
berg, Frank Quesada. James Row-
ell. Michael Lerner, Alan Adler,
and the groom's cousins. Jerry
Markowitz and Jerry Seitlin.
The bridal gown was fashioned
of de-lustered ivory satin. Its em-
pire bodice of peau d'ange lace
j had a scoop scalloped neckline and
long, tight, point-on-hand sleeves:
the A-line skirt and detachable
train were appliqued and bordered
with matching lace, and her open
crown held a full cathedral veil of
French silk illusion.
The couple will spend sevi ral
diys with the groom's parents on
their return from a honeymoon in
the West Indies and Jamaica be-
fore going back to live in Raleigh.
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Mayor and Mrs. David Davis of
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Miami-Dadc Junior College; her
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Friday, December 26, '.969
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MRS. JOEL A. GOLDSTEIN
Goldstein-Man del
Kilone, daughter of Cantor atid
Mrs. Kmanuel Mandel. 441 NE
177th St.. North Miami Beach, be-
came the bride of Joel Goldstein
Saturday evening, Dec. 20. in
T< mple Sinai. Hollywood.
Cantor Yehuda Heilhraun. Can-
tor Ben Zien Kirschenhaum.
Cantor Maury Neu and the bride's
father participated in the cere-
monies, which were conducted by
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz of Beth
Torah Congregation ami Temple
Sil li's Rabbi David Shapiro. Hold-
ing the traditional four corners of
the wedding canopy were her
uncles, Gerard Dubuc of Miami.
Matthew Silverman, Statcn Island.
N.Y., and Sol Teitclbaum, Dover,
N.J., and the groom's uncle. Wil-
liam Greenberg ol Brooklyn, N.Y.
The new Mrs. Goldstein, who is
currently teaching English at Hia-
li .ih Senior High School, is a grad-
' of Miami Norland S( nior lliyh
S h -'1 and thi' Univi rsity oi Flor-
ida. Her husband, a graduate of
South Broward SinioriiiL.-hSch.iol
and the University ol Florid i. is
the son of Jacob Goldstein ol Hol-
lywood and the late Ella Gold-
ri in. He is affiliated with Bache
and Co. in its Hallandalc branch
office.
For her wedding the bride chose
8 gown of white satin with angel
sleeves and attached train. Its em-
pire bodice, n< ck arid sleeves wi ri
trimmed in Venise lace and pearls,
) four-tiered should r-length II-
lusii :. veil was ci nten lace
pearls to ma
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Milton S R ibbi i
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Mrs Max J. Wi it
The newlyweds will reside in
No th Miami P> ach aft r a honey-
ii oon in Paradise Island, Bahamas
llarris-Kain
The man iage of Marlene I
i. in and Norman William Han is
was solemnized al Temple Beth
Sholom Saturday. Dec 20.
The bride, a graduate of the
Lear School now enrolled at the
University of Miami, is the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney M.
Kain. 9520 E, Broadview Dr., Mi-
ami Beach.
The bridegroom, who also 'grad-
uated from Lear School and is at-;
tending the University of Miami.;
is the son of Mrs. Frances Harris.
5001 Collins.. Ave., Miami Beach.
and the late Wiliam E. Harris.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris will live in
Miami after a wedding trip to the
Bahamas.
i A
K. Allen Becker
MRS. PHILIP J. SPIEGEIMAN
Spiegelrnan-Siegel
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz offi-
ciated at the marriage ceremonies
uniting Linda Sue Siegel and Philip
J. Spiegelman in matrimony at 7
p.m. Saturday in Temple Menorah.
A reception followed in the Fon-
taine Room of the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Louis Siegel. 1233
102nd St.. Bay Harbor, is the
granddaughter of Isadore Siegel of
Cincinnati. Ohio, and the late Bes-
sie Siegel, and the late Mr. and
Mrs. Max Schneider of Dayton.
Ohio. A graduate of Miami Beach
Senior High School, she is now a
student at Hofstra University,
Long Island, NY., where she is a
Speech and Elementary Education
major in her junior year. She is ;i
member of the university's i1
Hebrew and Elementary Edui '
Clubs, and will graduate with a
Bachelor of Arts degrei She made
her lx>w to society in 1965 at the
Debut nte Ball.
The bridegroom, a graduate of
Lawrence High School, Long Is-
land, NY., is in his senior year at
Hofstra University, where he will
receive a B tchi lor of Business Ad-
ministration degree. A Finance and
Investments major, he i- a memb r
of the Business ..nil Accounting
Club. Mr. and Mis. Maxwell
gelman, the groom's parents, art'
::t- of W L.I., N.Y.
He is the grandson of Mis Eva
Rosner of Miami Beach and the
late Mr. Rosner, an le Mr
and Mrs P. Spi( of N
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m; best 5 in
.-md iKher.s Chai Goldman, John
Richie Klassman and
Kenneth Harrow.
The newlyweds will spend their
i ne> moon in A apulc i nd Mex-
ico City before returning to make
their home on Long Island.
Gelbuntks-Cohen
Sharon Rene Cohen, daughter of
Mrs Jack R. Cohen, 1260 stiii-
water Dr.. Miami Beach, and Peter
Seth Gelbwaks, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Gelbwaks, Ht; N\v ltiitth
St.. North Miami Beach, were
united in marriage at 12:30 p.m.
Sunday, Dee. 21, in ceremonies
conducted in the F.den Roe Hotel
by Rabbi Herbert Baumgard.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Beach Senior High School and will
teach elementary school in Miami
next year after graduating from
the University of Miami with a
Bachelor of Education degree. Her
husband, who graduated from high
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MRS. NORMAN W. HARRIS
school in Spring Valley, NY., and
received his Bachelor of Arts de-
gree from the University of Miami,
is serving as an insurance con-
sultant for Petin Mutual Life In-
surance Co.
The bride, who selected a floor-
length gown of candlelight lace
and peau de sole with sweep train
and seel pearl trim, chose her
sisti r, Mrs, Joseph Rappa, as ma-
tron of honor, and bridesm Is
Mrs. Don..id Strassberg, Mrs. Jo-
seph Gelbwaks and Lenore Appel-
baum. The groom's brother, Joseph
Gelbw iks si rved is besl man; the
ushers included another brother,
Rob P Ri ss Rob-
erts III Joseph Ruppa and Donald
SI wl
Strt nberg'Mituk
R ith Minsk, daughter of Louis
Minsk of Hollywood, becami the
bride : R >j Da> id Sternberg in
an Al i< Hotel c remony Sun-
Dec, _'l Rabl i Samuel 7..
.i : ifl ted th 2 p m rites
which were followed by a red
t the hotel.
ite ol Mc-
Vrthur High School and Miami-
Dade Junior College, Her husband
the son ..: Mrs, Renee Sims, 1389
Bay Dr., Miami Beach, and Arthur
Sternberg of Hallandale, gr
. erside Milil try Acad-
em> tnd Mi imi-1 lade Junii ir <' >I-
lege befo oming affili I
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Ne I Scotl Meyei s Dec. 21
The new Mrs Meyers,
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of Al lant i.
I'm- eisitv, St, Louis Mo ind the
Uni\ ersitj ol Alab m i, w here shi
was named a Corolla Beauty, be-
fore obtaining her B.A degree at
Georgia State University, where
she made the Dean's Merit Lisl A
member of Sigma Delta Tall, slv
has been a national Sigma Delta
Tau beauty.
Mr Meyers, the son of Mr. and
, Mrs. Norman Meyers, is an honor '
i graduate of the University of Mi-
ami, from which he received his
B.s. degree, and is presently a
student at Emory University's
Dental School, where he is a mem-
ber of Alpha Omega fraternity.
Mr. and Mrs. Meyers will live in ,
| Atlanta after a honey-moon tour of
England and France.
MRS. PETER S. GELBWAKS
Webman-Kalish
A recention at the Sheraton
Four Ambassadors followed the
marriage Sunday. Dec 21. of
Bonnie Jill Kalish and Mirk S
Webmon. Rabbi Morris Kipper of-
ficiated at the Temple Judei rites
The daughter of Mr and Mrs
I-eonird J Kalish, 6700 SW 69th
'fVr Bonnie, a graduate of South-
west Miami High School, is now
a senior at the Universit) ol
Miami, wh.-re she is majoring in
; Edt it ion.
A graduate of C
i ir High Sch tol, Mr V\ n son
of Dr. and Mrs Harold Webman,
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where he is majoring in Final
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/A-/A*^vA*^A KENNETH (iOI.DBl R<,
Kenneth Jay, son of Mr. and;
Mi-s. Lawrence Goldberg of 5175
sw 7th St., will conduct ttto serv-
es at Temple Beth Tov Friday'
, vening, Dec. 26, in observance of
his Bar Mitzvah, and recite a per-
on of the Haftorah at the 9 a.m.!
services Saturday, Dec. 27.
Kenneth, an eighth grade stu-
at ?^
p ^
leland Seidman
Ivan Segal
nl at Kinloch Park Junior High
School, is a member of Boy Scout
rtoop .'{94.
The celebrant will be honore I at
luncheon in the Forte Towers at
lich guests will be present from
in ylvania.
Midi VEL st (in i:
id Mrs,
n Suchei if B H
B ir Mil
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Tempi
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of th
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lusn-lunch n i hoi
ow the i-
Marvin Greenwald, irvro Marseille
Dr.. Miami Beach, will become a
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Menorah
Saturday morning. Dee. 27.
A student at the Hebrew Acad-
emy of Greater Miami, where he
is in the seventh (trade, Steven is
a science enthusiast.
The celebrant will he honored at
the Kiddush following the services
and at a reception and dinner in
the temple's Crimson Room Sat-
urday evening.
DONALD SCHAUEB
Donald Arthur, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jerry Schaucr, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah at Temple Zion
Saturday. Dec. 27.
Donald attend; Rock way Junior
High School, where he is in the
eighth grade.
The celebrant's parents will host
a reception in his honor Saturday
evening at the Seville Hotel.
Among the honored guests at
the celebration will be Donald's
Defaro Adler Mark Wol/son
:;> vices, and n m ind
will l>c held m his honor
in tin F mtaine-
itel
DANIEL STAUBER
Dai 1 Akivah, son of Dr and
Sh Tw in Stauber, ill be
i lie : > the Torah its i Bai Mi/-
I h iturday, Dee 27, at Beth
: rai 'ongi egation.
D el Is a student at Oholei
| ... D ij School, where he is in
i' ,hth gi ade
Th. celebrant will be honored
- in,:. Dec. 28, at a reception
eh will be held in Beth Israel's
.all.
A ng the out-of-town guests
will i- Daniel's uncles, Rabbi Hil-
Marc Akrams
trie Perle
l\ | K ven "I Washin {ton, D.C.,
Ian,l R ,l)l';. S imuel < 1 da low itz ol
[i., ,\ irden Kills, N.Y
el's fathci .the formei
iua| ader ol the Young Isi
Miami, is presentlj a
in the law fii." ol Grox i
. Weinstein and St
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STEVEN HREENWALD
Si n Joi i of Mr. and Mrs.
Randy Goldman Charles Dretksler
dim M
M \ltl\ LIPM \N
. Nafiali P irush w i con-
lucl the 9 i.m. sen ices >
Israel ol < ireater Miami du
which Mirk Richard, Ihe sen of
Mr. and Mis. Hen Lipman, will b
B ir Mitzvah Saturday. Dec. 27.
Mark attends John F Kennedy
Junior High School, where he is
an honor Student,
Mark's parent- will honor him
with a Kiddush in their home, l"-'.'1
NK lsuih St., followed by i re-
I i ion in the Wofford Beach 1 lo-
:, | on Sunday, Dec. 2S
R( lives from Cleveland and
Chii igo ar, espected I" atten I
his grandmother, Mi imi
reside nl Mr- Syh la 11
LELAND SEIDM \\
Saturday morning, Dec. -'7. al
Temp!.- Or Olom, Leland, the son
ol Mr. and Mrs. William Seidman,
1810 SW 85th Avc., "ill beci
Bar Mitzvah.
A seventh grade student al West
Miami Junior High School, Leland
plays clarinet in the school's hind
The celebrant's parents will host
the Oneg Shabbat after the Fridaj
night services as well as the Kid-
dush on Saturday and hold a re-
ception and dinner in his honor at
Hie tempi-' Saturday evening.
Among the relatives attending
will he Leland s maternal grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman
' Rautenbcrg; his aunt. Iris Rautcn-
l. r and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Do-
mash, his aunt and uncle.

LAURIE MORRIS
Friday evening, Dec. 26, Laurie..
the (laughter ol Judge and Mrs.
Samuel Morris, will become Bat
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Cbngrega-
lion.
I auric is an eighth grade stu-
, ,( at John F. Kennedy Junioi
. High School and attends Harold
Wolk Religious School, where she
Will continui her religious educa-
tion.
The ml "ill he ho I
i j her urents at a i tion in
rjcth l h Saturd ij i vening.
Among the honored gui -
ihe celebration will be Laui
..,,,, ... Mr in i Mi- Lou
Bolt ax, oi N irth Mil mi Beach.
MARC MENDELSON
Marc Wade, the so" ol Mr. and
' Steven Greenwald Marc Mendehon
Mrs. Paul S. Mcndelson, 812 NE
153rd Tor., will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion Saturday morning. Dec. 27.
Marc, an eighth grade student j
at Thomas Jefferson Junior High
School, is a championship chess
player, having been taught the
game by his grandfather. Norman !
Mendelson, who is president of the
Miami Beach Chess Club. The cele-'.
brant attends Harold Wolk Re-i
ligioiis School, where he will con-
tinue his religious education.
Moie than 200 guests are ex-'
, pected to attend a reception and
buffet in Marc's honor Saturday
evening at his home.
*
STEVEN SCHWITZMAN
Steven, the son of Mr. and Mrs.',
M ix Schwitzman, will celebrate
his Bar Mit/vah Saturday morn-1
ing, Dec 27, at Beth Torah Con-
go gation.
Steven attends Beth Torah's
II irold Wolk Religious School and'
I to continue his r. ligious ed-
Ihere.
IVAN SKl'.AL
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S.-itellit ;
V'ii lohn 1
High J I
f its S
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citali.in im the Rock
: ni lasl ye ir
, Ineg Sh ibbal Frid ij
nini; will be hosted bj Van's par-
oil! as w ell a the luncheon fol-
lowing Saturday's services in the
temple's social h ill and a dinner-
reception in his honor will be held
Saturd ij e\ i nine nl their home
The celebrant's grandfather.
Cantor l-'i. d Bernstein of Miami
Be ich w ill participate in the serv-
ices Also attending will be his
ndmother, Mrs. Yolande Bern-
stein, v. ho i- a vice president of
T mple Or I Horn and a .lire,-tor ol
the Miami Hebrew Free Loan As-
soci ition; his paternal grandpar-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Ales Segal of
North Miami Beach: the Robert
Fischer I imily from Pittsburgh
Pa; I! ilph Fis her of New York:
Arnold Bernstt in, Mr and M -- Al
Fogel and Mr. and Mrs, Mann,'!
Letowskj ol Miami Be ich; L co
Grouska if Czechoslovakia: M
and Mrs. Sam Seidcnfeld and Mrs
Herminc Motel of Illinois; Dr. and
Mrs. Fogel, from Michigan: Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. I. Segal and family.
Atlanta. G i: Mr. and Mrs Arthur
I.itt. Coral Gables; Dr. and Mrs
Joseph Bess, Hollywood, and Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Long, North
Miami Beach.
WILLIAM WAX
On Saturday. Dec. 27, William
Edward, son of Dr. and Mrs. Ira
Wax, 7-Uii Sabal Dr., Miami Lakes,
will become Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
ple Tifereth Jacob during the 10
a.m. services.
An eighth grade stu lent at
Palm Springs Junior High School
William has been swimming com-
petitively since the ago of six, and
is a member Of the Miami Springs
Recreation Swim Team.
Paternal grandparents are Mr
and Mrs, Max Wax of Miami'
Beach. Mrs. William Ginshor ol
Miami Beach is maternal grand-
mother and the celebrant's great-
grandmother i- M Oscar Stan
0f Rock w ij Park, N.Y.
Among the h juests wil
i. Mi- and Mrs. In Gunsh ir
iv j and Jefl Gunshor, of Si
i.ou.s, Mv; Charles Wax
5t, ven Wax, il J ieks invllle, Mr.
,nd Mrs. Irving Was and theii
sons, Joseph and Andrew, from
Bellmore, N Y., and Mrs. Samuel
Brickm t of Brooklyn, N.Y.
DEBRA ADLER
I' Fr in, da ighter ol Mrs
Ethel Adler, 630 SW 29th Rd., will
observe hei Bal Mitzvah Fridaj
evening D 26, ., Beth David
Congregation.
An eighth grade student at II.-
brevv Academy of Greater Miami.
Debra began her sch lOling in Beth
David's pre-kinde: gar ten 11 years
ago. She is a member of the Girl
Scouts and plays piano.
The celebrant, -ister of Jacalvn
and Buddy Adler. will he honored
at the Oneg Shabbat in Spector
Hall following the services, and
a dinner-dance will be held Satur-
day evening in Spector Hall in her
honor.
Among the guests will be Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Adler, Riverdale,
N.Y., Mr. and Mrs. Leon Yatke-
men and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Goldstein and family. St, Louis,
Mo.
STUART POLLAK
Saturday, Dec. 27, at Temple
Adath Yeshurun. Stunt, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Pollak, will
celebrate his Bar Mit/vah.
Stuart has been attending the
temple's Hebrew School.
The eel.'brant's parents will host
the Oneg Shabbat a- well as the
Kiddush in his honor, and a recep-
tion which will be held Saturday
evening at the temple.
MARK WOLFSON
Mark, who was broughl to this
country fi n S K at the
Beh ir and
1 leh ir familj. ill ol Ni w V
SlHAN KAl'FMAN
I luring the 8:15 p.m. servi
Temple Nor Tamld Friday, D
26, Susan Jo. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Kaiilman. 4.YT W.
62nd St., Miami Beach, will be Bat
Mit/vah.
A member of the F.T.A. and thr
U.S.Y., Susan is a student of Nej
Tamid Religious School and at-
tendee Nautilus Junior High
School. She plays violin and sinus
in the choir.
The celebrant will l>e hoi
a* a luncheon in the Algiers Hotel
Sunday afternoon.
Out-of-town guests will include
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Lesselroth ol Miami Beach
and Mrs. Sydelle Kaufman of
Brooklyn, NY., and her aunt.
Ruth Kahn of New York.

MICHAEL HOLDEN
Michael Bruce, son of Mr. and
Mis Harold W. Holden 190 Gold-
en Beach Dr., Golden Reach, will
lie Bar Mit/vah at Temple Ner
Tamid Saturday evening. Dec. 27.
Michael is a student at Temple
Ner Tamid Religious School and
at Nautilus Junior High School.
The celebrant's parents will host
a reception in his honor Saturday
evening in their home.
Coming from New York to help
him celebrate the occasion will he
his rents, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Hoi itz, and Mrs, Tillie
: nl aii i uncle, Mr.
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Mr. and Mrs. Leonard L, Wolfson,
of Highland Park, ill will I -
cd to the Torah Saturday, D c 27,
al Temple Beth Kodesh on the
occasion of his Bar Mit/vah.
A .seventh grade Northwood Jun-
ior High School student, he is an
accomplished accordionist and has
given -ev.-r d recitals. He has
played Little League baseball and
hel|K?d Iv- basketball team to win.
The celebrant will he honored al
the Kiddush following the services
and al a Du|K>nt PlaZU dinner for
relatives Saturdaj night.
Ma k's grandparents, Mr. and
M -. Sam Wolfson, 2537 SW 13th
Si who li 'litlv celebrated their
.">7tli wedding anniversary, will be
among the honored guests,
JEFFREY (iATEMAN
cj Aden, the son of Myron
and Jean Gateman, 1301 SW 21st
SI will l>e Bar Mit/vah Saturday.
Dec, 27, at Beth D i\ id Congrega-
gation,
Jeffrey, v ho has been at Beth
David six years and is in Hebrew
grade Vav (6th), is an eighth,
grade student at Shenandoah
Junior High School.
The celebrant will be honore l nl
a reception which will be held in
the Algiers Hotel. Among the hon-
ored guests at the celebration will
I), grandmothers Mrs. Sadie Fend-
rich and Mrs. Elizabeth Knight,
both residents of Miami-
RONNIE BERG
Ronnie, the son of Mr. and Mr-
Murray Berg. 7931 SW 16th St.,
will become Bar Mit/vah at Tem-
ple Or Olom Saturday afternoon,
Dec. 27.
An eighth grade -indent at West
Miami Junior High School. Ronnie
plaj on the Tropical Park has-
k, [ball o am and has been on the
VMHA football and basketball
- five years
. | ,.||i- w ill sponsor a
Kiddush fallowing the Bar Mitz-
\:,e and hold an open house
lion in their home Satur-
day evening in his honor.
Helping Ronnie to c I bi itc the
ion will i" h E m Iparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Press and
Mi. Sara Berg, ind other rela-
tives, including Mr. and Mrs. Sid
-:
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l
A stud .it Nev
nd N
: | s :
for the Nor Isle ipl
Randv's rents will host the
Kiddush following the services in
his honor, and luncheon in thi
!-,.. iu Ho'el on Sun >
Miami Beach residents Mr. and
Mrs, Frank Goldman and Mi
Mrs Philip Freedman. Randy's
grandparents, will attend the cele-
bration. Also present will be his
aunts -:' Mr and M,-s
Hvman Save and Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Frei Baltm
Md Mr and Mrs, Morton Tucker
and Mr nd Mrs. Albert Freed-
man Philadelphia. Pa., and Dr.
nd Mrs Seymo ir Levvin, ol New
York.
\lt\l I I'O/IN
Nni- I Jack, the son of Mr. and
v Nathan Po/in. 1740 Daytot
Rd Miami Beach, will be B i
MiUvnh during the 8:45 a-mserv--
ices ,,, Temnle Ner Tamid Satui-
daj Dec. 27.
x s,donl al Nautilus J
High School. Arnel attend- Ner
Tamid Religious School.
V Kiddush will follow the serv-
ices ,,nd Arnel'- parents will host
I reception in his honor in then
home Saturday evening.
Among the guests attending the
rMtlv!tlc< will be Arnel s aunts
Lnd uncles. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Pj-J
f Bavside. N.Y.. and Mr. and Mrs.
Moe Finkel of Miami.
M \K( ABRAM8
Marc Lawrence, son of Mr. and
Mrs Harold Abrams. will become
E Mitzvah at Temnle Emanu-EI
on Saturday. \~>>'<' -'
Xn eighth graof honor student
ntA5aCuTnus Junior High School
Mrc Plavs cello, participates in
Marc(pla ts and has
won awards in football.
Th( h mored I
., re......lion in Ihe Runaw '
Cluh Satui lay. At l th fes-
tivi. jreat-grand-
Pare,,:-. Mr and Mrs, Sam Fein-
and hi> ndparents, Mrs.
Stella Ahr > Beatrice and
Max Kovler.
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Continued from Preceding Pags Bon Zion Kirschenbaum offici iting
DAVID GESUNDHER
Rabbi Leon Kronish will offici-
ate at tin- Bar Mitzvah Of David,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Gesundheit. which will take place
during the tO:45 a.m.-services at'
Temple Beth Sholom Saturday.
Dec. 27.
David Is a student In Beth Sho-
loni's Confirmation class of 5732.
* + *
CHARLES DBECKSLEB
Charles Lester, son of Mi's.
Samuel Drecksler and the late Mr.
Drecksler, will become Bar Mitz-
vah at Temple Beth Sholom Sat-
urday, Dec. 27. during the 10:43'
a.m. services, with Rabbi Leon
Kronish officiating.
Charles is a student In th Con-
dition Cla-s of 5731 at Beth
Shol im.
ELIOT LEVIN
Eliot, the s.m of Mr. and Mrs.
\l .in Levin, 13300 SW 72n 1 Ave.,
wUl become Bar Mitzvah at 11:15
Saturday, Dec. 27, in Te
Judea of Cor il Gables,
A gradu ite of Temple J I
Hebrew School, Eliot, who is in
nth grade al Palmi
i] rfigh School, will
gious education
He h playe i Kh iu j L
as t >
. will hosl
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hus< Its to shai
, ision
KI.M M IRKS
Kim, the son of Mr. and M
ho will bee
ieth Mosh Con-
_. .!: lay, ] i -7, will
i uc1
;.
;!! A. An One-. Shabbat Friday eve-
ning and the Kiddush on Saturday
following the services will be s|on-
sored by Mr. ami Mrs. Marks in
honor of the celebrant, who is a
student in Beth MosbeX Religious
School, and they will hold an open
house for friends and relatives Sat-
urday evening at home.
*
ERIC PKKI.K
Eric Matthew, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lester J. Perle, will be Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-EI on
Saturday. Dec. 27.
Eric, who ha< attended the "Is-
land School in San Juan. Puerto
Rico and the Admiral Farragul
Na\ .' Academy In St. Petersburg,
now attends Ponce de Leon Jun-
ior High School, where he is in the
. Ighth gra
The celebrant will be h inored
immediately following the worship
services at a Kiddush in the tern-
pli Pi ii Im in Mural Ro im, and
tion Sat rung
in the Friedland B Hi i
Among the hoi ed is ill
e a I. c
Temple ictivities Sel
For College Students
n
two act s for col

bn n
......
; : to discus
./ It Liki I; Is."
Or \] t 11 a.n the an-
nual
with 1 take pla
Larry 1 I i
of Florida an i i
afl r brunch ; i i
Hebrew Academy Leaders
Map Plans For Dinner
1, vji is of the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy will meet Sun-
da;, morning at the home of Rabbi
and Mrs. Alexander S. Gross m
Miami Beach to complete plans
for the 22nd annual scholarship
dinner of the Academy. The S11.S-
a-couple function is scheduled for
Jan. 11 at the Deauville Hotel
with ("scar B. Schapiro as guest
of honor.
Sundays breakfast, slated for
li> a.m., will include reports by
Leonard Rosen, general chairman
ol the dinner, and by Jacob Rifkin.
22nd anniversary chairman. Rabbi
illoss will summarjzi the
mic advancement ol the Academy,
lai | Hi brew day school in the
South, which has expanded to a
student body of more than T I per-
sons this year.
s vmour V'igman, So th Fl n ida
philanthropist and industrialist,
has been named cochalrman of the
dinner, according to an announ-
cement by Louis Merwitzer, presi-
de nt of the lb blew Academy.
B. I. Binder, past president of
the Academy and an honorary vice
president of Temple Emanu-EI,
was named as dinner marshal by
Rosen and Merwitzer.
Select' d as associate chairim n
for the dinner. xpecti d to atl
a record attendance ol nearly 2.000
persons, were Mayor Shenard
Broad of Bay Harbor Island; Jo-
hen, president ol Tei
Emanu-EI; Hatty Genet, vice
pn sid< nt if thi Ai adem: ; Bui I m
Koffman, national Ii adei ol the
I'niti rl Jewish Apr* al
Avh I'nhs rsit; ; Mrs, Mi rw itzer;
: i p illi i. chaii nai
Hist t Do
datii n in Florida and nati
sociate treasurer; Jack S i
national vice pn swli-nt
American Friends of Hebi
versity; Samuel Reinhard
president of the Academy; R
Russell, chairman of the
Combined Jewish Appeal -Israel
Emergency Fund campaign
man "Shaw. BrnMleis 'linivi i -
anil Temple Ner Tamid
and Robert Siegel. leader ol T
pie Menorah and State of 1
i '. mds.
I wear Member was select
Chairman of the dinner cabii i
with Miami Vice Mayor I
Christie, an Academy pai
cochalrman. Mambei \m on
leading members of the ex
committees of both
Emanu-EI and the Hebi
d< my.

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Shown reheo V rid of Sholem Ale
:ccd of Temple Beth Sholom I
Che: (fl :n left Mrs. Dolores W
Mi "'. Mrs. lett Lee and program
.- Laibson is at the piano.
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Members cf the luncheon committee for the 12th annual
Temple Ner Tamid Eternal Light Luncheon held recently in
the Carillon Hotel included Mrs. Louis Cchen, former Sisler-
hood president who was chairman of the day, seated in
front; in front row, (from left) Mrs. Harry Glazer, Mrs. Jack
Meyers, Sisterhood President Mrs. Jack Greenberg, Mrs.

Sam Jacobs and Mrs. Michael Glczier; back row
Milton Fendrick, Mrs. Morris Cohen, Mrs. Sadie Trosky, M s
Herman L. Shaw, Mrs. Ida Clark, Mrs. Yve'.te S.lberaer,
Mis. Jean Feldman, Mrs. Murray A. Shaw, I
Salomon and Mrs. Jack Yasman. Pro:ee:is c! the at
fund-raising affair go to the temple's religioui
A concert to benefit the Jewish National Fund will be hQld
in the Algiers Hotel Jan. 11 under the sponsorship of the
Lebediker and Cuban David Bliss branches of Farband.
The committee making preparations for the even! includes.
from left, (front row, Tillie Bigelman plr0l C,car
Shapuo Samuel GeUand. Sender Wolson. Joseoh P. Zucker-
man and Suv,a Zuckerman; second row Lester Bigeirr,
Leon Ornstem, Ce.ia Gottlieb and Aoe RappapJ
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OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-20315
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
.MARTHA ANN WOERHLEI.V,
Plaintiff.
vs.
HERMANN HANS WOERRLEIN,
I'. fendaiit.
TO: HERMANN HANS WOERRLEIN
Rural Route No. 1. Box ::77
I 'Id Ward Road
Imnktrk. VlmiLiinl
Vou. HERMANN HANS W"i:R-
RLEIN, are hereby notified that a Hill
of Complaint tor Divorce han been filed
against you, ana you are required
to Serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to thi- Rill of Complaint on
LEGAL NOTICE
aoer, Benjamin, 7a. 18790 N 1" isih
Aw Levitt, Interment Mt. Sinai
Complaint on th. Plaintiffs attorney, I the Plaintiffs attorney, VON Zamit
SHELDON N. I.ELCHUK. If \V. & SMITH. 151- Capital Rank Build-
Flagter Street, suit.- 304, Miami. ing. Miami, Florida 1313! and file the
Florida 3313<> and file th.- original | original Answer or Pleading in the
Answer or Pleading in the office of ; office of the Clerk of the Circuit
the Cleric of the Circuit Court on or Court on or before the !ith dav of
before the 36th day of January. 1970. : January, 1!'7'>. If you fail to do so
ir you fail to do so, judgment by de- judgment by default will be taken
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ank. Bather. 5%, fll lirt.kcii Ave lind tile the same in duplicate and
>nieu incrawnt mi Slnal I as provided in Section 733.IS, Florida
.77.' r" '"' M ' *',: Riverside. I Courthouse In bade County, Florida,
;OBY, Ellas, 7", 1161 N.E. IMth ; within >.lx calendar months from the
- n.m.r Riverside I time of the first publication hereof, or
ankoff l...uis. 73, itsfl w.-st Av.- the sain.. iii be barred
, M B Riverside Dated at Miami, Florida, this imIi
l*E" N.M II Uordon.
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As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
th.- 36th da) of December, I9W
flBRALD RfLVERMAN
Attorney for Adniiniatrntrix
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Mian.i'i Only Strictly Jewish
Monument Dealer
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ISARY 1. > il.DEN, l> D.S.: GARY I..
GULDEN, D U.S., PA at 657 Wash-
ington Avi .Miami Bench Intends to
register said namei with the Clerk
ol the Cln uit ut t "I Dadi I u
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GARY I. : il.DEN, l> D.S ,
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IN THE COL-NTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 861fc5
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NOTICE TO CREDITOR'S
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATL
No. 86346
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In THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2Snd day of December
AH ilk:.
E. R. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Hade County, Florida
By: c I' ci.I'KI.ani.
Deputy Cl.-rk
(Circuit Court Seall
SIIF.I.! i.N N I.F.I.CIHK
l!> w. Flagler Street, Sun.- l'"4
Miami. Florida 33130
Attorney for Plaintiff
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 69-20612
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ROBERT HEI'Bl'RN
Plaintiff,
va.
Rl ISE PEARL HEPBFRN
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T'i i: IH >SE PEARL HEPIU'RN
Ri alileni e I 'nknow n
You, ROSE PEARL HEPRIRN
ire hereby notified thai n Hill ol Com-
for I Hvon e has ).. .
..yams' you, and vu are re s' I re.....|ij of your Ai it oi Plead-
illg '.. the Rill of Compl
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DONE AND ORI>ERED :.t Miami.
Plorida, tins }th day of December
AD. l6.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Curt. Dade County, Florida
By N a. HEWETT
Deputy ci.rk
(Circuit Court Seall
VON ZAMFT A SMITH
IBIS Capital Bank Bldg.
Miami, Florida 33133
Attorneys for Plaintiff
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i the undersigned, desiring to engage in
l.usin.-ss under the fictitious name of
WOFFORD BEACH HOTEL at Jt"l
Collins Avenue, Miami Reach, Florida,
Int. nds m register said i ame with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Made
County, Plorida
TIKVAH C< iRP
a Florida lion
M \i:ti\ GENET
ill" N i: i>;..i.i Strei t
North .Miami Beach, l-'l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85834
RE Kstate of
;:. iSE TINKLEMAN
NOTICE ro CREDITORS
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
VI nt'E IS rIKREin .;i\ EN that
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BAMCEL ASPR< 'M< N l'i
I Executor
l ., ; ubl -a of tin- notice on
the 86th daj of Decemhi r, 1969,
HERMAN COHEN, BSCJ
Attorne) foi Executor
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IN THF COUNTV ..'DOE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
VI ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
in business under the flctltloUH na.....
ol HAROLD >' NORMAN. JR., M Ii
ai Suit.- :,in Ingraham Uldg 23 s E.
2nd Ave., .Miami lia. 33131 Intends to
reglstei said name unh the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dad.- County,
Florida.
HARi ILD ': N'i 'UMAX. .11: Mi.,
P. A.
By: HAROLD G. NORMAN, JR M D.
President
FRwMRERi;. FROM BERG .t
ROTH, P.A.
Attorneys for
HAROLD G NORMAN. JR,
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Case No. 69-20130
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE:
PETITION op H. SENIOR BUTLER
and WILLIE MAE HITLER,
his u ii--. for
ADOPTION OF A MINOR CHILD
TO BE NAMED .MARILYN Bl'TLER,
TO: MARY LEE ANDERSON
Result-lire I'nklloWII
TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
THAT there has been filed in the
above-styled Court a Petition for
Adoption by R. SENIOR BL'TLER,
and WILLIE MAE BUTLER, bis wife.
for the adoption of a minor female,
and vou MARY LEE ANDERSON,
being lb.- natural motli.-r I said
child, and you are required to file
and answer of pleading thereto on or
I..-lore the "ih day of January. 197,
and file Ih.- original thereof In tln
Office of the ci-rk of the Circuit
Court, Had- Cunty. Florida, with a
copy furnished to the Plaintiff's At-
torney, PAUL POLLACK, 17'U N.W.
7th Street, Miami. Florida or a De-
fault will be entered and said Pel -
ion will be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Petition for
| Adoption filed in this i "ourl
DATED at Miami, Had, County,
rlorlda ihii ..th rln) of Deeemhei
1969
E l: LEATHERMAN
< "lerk, Circuit i' >u. i
! MARGUERITE KENT
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PAUL POLLACK
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Mi.in.
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
E.EVE.1TH JUDICIAL CIHCu"
OF Fl OSIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTN. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-20145
iT FOR DIVORCE
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PAUL K\\ ITNEY
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Miami Reach. Florida
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 85412
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FOOD
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. i------ Friday. December 26. 196$
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SMART FOLKS SHOP & SAVE MORE, ANY DAY OF THE WEEK atTOOD FAIR! ]
FOOD FAIR BEEF IS QUALITY BEEF THAT MAKES ITSELF KNOWN BY TENDER JUICY FLAVOR!
TOP U.S. CHOICE ^
MW ---------- WKTERN $
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TOP U S. CHOILt W ^ (^ A. .,, L pooo FAIR AND FREDERICK'S STORES
NEW YORK STRIP STEAKS 1 njTJS^SSanis
___________^____________. TOP US CHOICE WESERN #%f v' GREEN STAMPS
li'mmUl.'Uma CHUCK STEAKS.......... 69' ....--.,.
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THI6HS, LIVERS,,
DRUMSTICKS
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14-OZ
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APS-'
Evaporated Milk
Realemon Juice
Mint Ice Cream Thin Mints
SAVI 17 -BONUS SPICIALl
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SAVE IV BtOUlAS A.. (1A.O3 j9oz ^0
Food Fair Sodas /> nus I
Solid White Tuna 7*; 39c
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Select Ripe Olives an 39'
Jell-b Gelatin Dessert 2 45
SAVE r MIK CRYSTAL
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BLACKEYE PEAS......... 19
SAVE 10 .
COCKTAIL MIX.......... 59'
OLIVES....... 39'
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HOT or COLD CUPS....... 49
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WHITE PAPER PLATES ... 59
PAPER NAPKINS......2 23
^^^ GOLDEN RIPE ^
Bohohm 12
INDIAN RI\TR ^ ^Bk 4^ ^^
JUICE ORANGES___JO 29c
FRESH CRIS" ^k ^Bk ^fek
FLORIDA CELERY___2 29
INDIAN RIVTR j^ ^^ ^B ^^
GRAPEFRUIT .S.".D.".S?. JO 59*
EXTRA FANCY WASHINGTON STATE GOLDEN OR RED ^ ^^
DELICIOUS APPLES ...2 49'
10 f AVINOS on that* POOD FAIR BONUS SPECIALS I
Ketchup
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Austrian Swiss Cheese
Salads "** -~
Nova Scotia Salmon
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Hoagie Sandwiches
89
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HEAT ft SERVE BOOTH'S FRIED
Cod Fillet
SAVE 30<- COPELAND'S ALL MEAT REGULAR OR A
DINNER STYLE FRANKS t 39c
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OF OR ,JI CWAMTTO
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Maalox Antacid
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Maclean's Toothpaste
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Bayer Aspirin
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Master's Sour Cream
Midget Turkey Salami
Lunch Meats

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Non Dairy Egg Nog
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Whipping Cream
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Orange Juice
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FOOD FAIR HAMBURGER OR
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Sara Lee Pound Cake 69
Waffles 5 49
Assorted Hot Puffs 79
Franks'N Blankets' 5' 79
Frozen Miami Bagels 3 69
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MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS ...THE STAMPS THAT ARE HERE TO STAY