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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 23, 1970

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 23, 1970

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:02177

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Related Items:
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Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper


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^Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
k3 Number 43
Miami. Florida Friday. October 23. 1970
Two Sections Price 2~~. z
id's Claim Refuted
State Department
No Peace Talks Unless
Violations are Rectified
JGTON (JTA) A
krtment official has
claim by Egypt's
istor Mahmoud Riad
jntry in no way vio-
ease-fire agreement
fc.S. inte".licence pho-
|oved nothing because
of dummy missile
were being shifted
d were legally with-
lile standstill zone,
irtment spokesman,
(aid that the United
"a full public rec-
ce have been serious
the standstill pro-
cease-fire."
Soviet Union in the- Mi.i.I'.e '.>-1
and other areas of big power
conflict. Secretary Rogers re-
minded USIA director. Frank
Shakesoeare thai the USIA was
not entitled to strike out on its
own in foreign policy matters,
The Post said. The issue report-
edly arose after the USIA issued
Continued on Pago 7-A
ILN/s Hanibro
Favors Debate
quoted at length
^ry of State William
>ct. 9 statement in
losers said that he
closely studied the
with intelligence
as completely sat-
ious violations had
Rogcs said at
it there was "no
he fact that all of
;reed that after the
[ere would he no
in the military
the 50 kilometer
language <<>f the
Is perfectly clear."
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Mr, King bJso r**fuvd to com-
t, on b Wi sh'.ngl nn Post '.'-
I i! that the State Department
.' adlni with the US. Info"-
f Agency over the latt'"'s
<-"*'' -"rd line" toward th
UNITED NATION'S (JTA>
General Assembly President Ed-
vard I. Hambro of Norway, who
person:J'y favors "quiet diplom-
acy" toward a Mideast solution,
has declared, "It would be very
bad indeed for the United Na-
tions if the membership should
refuse to discuss urgent matters
because they might lead to dis-
agreement. The worst possible
thing for the United Nations."
he said, "is if we don't even dis-
eu-s the issues in front of the
world. People listen to what is
said in the United Nations, and
they listen not only to what is
said but to what ;s not sa'd.
and the cho of silence might be
a* dangerous as the echo of dis-
agreement." Even if the debat
sh nld b" acrimonl ius
Ik dfeagreea' le and difficult, Dr.
r I....... Ide I ." :- still i ist i
picture of the international com-
munity as it is to ly and thai is
ope ef the realities we will h ve
t face.
"I know there re peonli
v ho regret this tthe discussion
n : ie r.N.i an I that noth-
inc eood c in c me of :i But w
must realize also that it w Id
lie a cause >r deep regret if th*
greatest issues were not even
discussed in the General Ass< m-
b!y because thev wire too
ing and too difficult." he de-
clared.
JERUSALEM (JTAl The
Israel government officially re-
affirmed that it will not return
to the Jarring peace talks until
Egyptian missile violations in the
Suez truce zone are rectified
Monday. The announcement Is-
sued after a Cabinet meeting,
stated that "Israel will not start
shooting as long as the Egyp-
tians do not" after the current
90-day cease-fire expires Nov.
5. In Cairo President Anwar Sa-
dat declared that his government
is prepared to agree to one ex-
tension of the cease-fire, pro-
vided that the Mideast peace
talks resume under the auspices
of United Nations envoy Dr. Gun-
nar V. Jarring, but in New York
Egypt's Foreign Minister Mah-
moud Riad rejected as much as
a "token" withdrawal of mis-
siles from the truce zone.
The cabinet session, presided
over by Acting Premier Yigal
Allon. heard a report on For-
eign Minister Abba Khan's con-
versation with Vice President
Spiro Agnew in Washington last
week and approved Mr. Eton's
return to New York next week
to head the Israeli delegation
at the General Assembly, where
a hitter dehite on the Mideast
is shaping up.
In view of the preparations
the Egyptian and other Arab
i egations in the U.N. the mak-
ing to launch an attack against
Israel, th Cabinet de ided that
Mr, Eb in, rather than vis I n
' nie Meir, should deliver Is-
rael's reply. Israel wan'- I i keep
mc on the for i*n minis-
ter's level, the one o -casion :-
Israeli-Arab exchanges where
Israel prefers to downgrade the
level ol c intact.
Government circles here have
been tod. presumably by friend-
ly foreign sources, that the Egyp-
t'an government is tryine to eon-
Some 2.0C0 Jewish high school and college
students from more than 55 communities
fathered in Washington, D.C., last week-
end for a two-day mobilization protesting
Suppression of Soviet Jews' religious, cultu-
3l and communal rights. Brandishing signs
nd banners, they marched near the Soviet
Embassy (top); participated in outdoor ral-
lies, attended a briefing at the State De-
partment on U.S. initiatives for Soviet Jews,
and met in workshops with community af-
fairs specialists. Speakers, including author
Meyer Levin (bottom), assailed the Soviet
Union's discriminatory policies.
vince tile Western powers that
its verbal onslaught on Israel
at the General Assembly is nec-
essary for internal political rea-
sons. According to these sources,
the new Egyptian leadership
needs an "alibi" for an exten-
sion of the Suez cease-fire with-
out resumption of the Jarring
talks. Otherwise, the Egypt n
Army and "extremists" In C >
would interpret an extension is
acquiescence in the status quo
along the Suez Canal which
would be politically unten
as long as the post-Na*ser lea
ershin in Cairo is not firmly in-
trenched.
Mrs. Meir Pays
Another Visit
NEW YORK Israel's Prime
Minister Golda Meir. making her
stcond visit to the United States
in two months, addressed the
25th anniversary session of the
United Nations General Assem-
bly this week.
In her absence. Deputy Pre-
mier Yigal Allon presided at the
meeting of the Cabinet in Jeru-
salem, which heard Mr. Eban's
report on his talks at the U.N.
in an extraordinary session.
Mrs. Meir is scheduled to at-
tend th" U.N. Day dinner being
hosted by President Richard M.
Nixon Saturday in Washington,
D.C.. and according to some re-
ports, She may meet with him
again when he addresses the
General Assembly later this
month.
Mrs. Meir is scheduled to visit
Canada, where she will meet
with Premier Pierre Tnv
and plans to stop over in Londi n
for talks with Prime Minister
Edward Hi ath on her way back
to Israel. The itineraries of her
visits in Canada and England
have rot been completed, how-
evi r.
London's Sundav Times has
reported that the Heath govern-
ment appears to be leaning
clcscr to Israel's point of view
on the .Middle East than its pre-
decessor. The reason for t he
modification of the view held by
the government of former Pre-
mier Harold Wilson is believed
to have its roots in British re-
vulsion over the hijackings per-
forated by Palestinian terror-
ists and in the Soviet-Egyptian
violations of the truce agree-
ment in the Suez Canal zone.
An "immense build-up" of of-
- ve weapons, including the
! 203 mm. howitzers and
"Gam I" missiles has been re-
ted behind the zone. The
Iti purpose missiles, which
. itsi (i as i ithi i ground-1 >-
- n face-to-surfaci proj -
I are densely concentrat I
on the Canal's west bank, pi -
ably to cover preparations
: ; .. crossing of t h< waterws
Egyptian forces, the sourc s
si id, Thi howitzer is an artill
ce which has deadly accuracy
at distances un to 17 miles.
DEMISE MINISTER HINTS
Israel Prepared
To 'Compromise'
TEL AVIV i JTA i Defense
Minister Mi she Dayan has hint-
ed that Israel might bt prepared
to ac pi some suit of com-
promise on the rectification 11
Egyptian cease-fire violations
out I consi 'nation for Unil I
Stati s inten sts.
Gen Dayan likened i S.-Is a I
. t-Ej yptii n r latii ns to
that which e> betwei
\, rs and clients, but saki
n on than that, it is also a I
(if partnership whi re
the United States are one. i
"We all have to take into ac-
c nt our lawyers' interests," he
said. "After all. the question of
n moving weapons from the
standstill zone has now become
a point at issue between the two
lawyers. Indeed, it is a matter
now of American prestige." G< n.
Dayan continued. "Israel needs
her friends, and we must not
make things too difficult for our
lawyers, lest we be left without
one." Gen. Dayan observed, not-
ing that the Middle East conflict
> part ol the \\ Idi i i ontext of
- perpowcrs in global confron-
: avan n | the id a
that the la! President Nass
v rs thi i nlj Arab politi ral
. -,: |o : bi in rfng p
rtgio "AH I kn
il
of Isn
ii n i d.
G. l ayan. In an add
ivcrcd Lb pening s
b id! butz mov< n i nt youth
at i'.: I i '> rl, s,i. l
I [ .; s long-tei m goal is
era lication of Israel, and
fad must never be forgot-
ten. Israel must build up its
Strength, he declared, and that
means ensuring the availability
of American arms supplies, so
it can easily be seen that main-
taining tics with the United
States is of the utmost Im-
portance.


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riday. October 23. 1970
DL Society Of Fellows
To Honor Sam Goldstein
Trustee of Beach. Atlanta, and Birmingham.
Anti-Defamation League Flor-
Regional Board and past chair-
+Jewish Flcridi&n
Page "-A.
Robert Forman Named
Executive Director

of its Executive committee,
| be guest of honor at a Florida
pter of the Anai-Defamation
;uc Society of Fellows testi-
Hi i dinner Saturday, Nov. 7 at
B*.>: n Roc Hoi.!. Tin- tribute to
jGoldstein was announced by
Society's chairman, George J.
Tinoff.
be Society of Fellows, a nation-
association of community
who participate in the de-
nent of ADL goals and pro-
and help to promote them
and nationally, has chap-
nearly every urban center.
Soldstein serves as cochairman
Society's Florida Chapter,
also served as president of
B'rith lodges in West Palm
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Mr. Goldstein, a past president of
Temple Israel, West Palm Beach
and of Greater Miami's Temple,
Israel, is a Trustee of the Greater'
Miami Jewish Federation and of
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a member of the Executive Com-:
mittee, assistant secretary. a!
founder and a Life Trustee of the
latter organization. A past chair-
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South Florida Council of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, he served on the board of
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ticipating in a nation-wide cam-,
paign to support the program of'
intergroup research, education, and,
community relations lv ducted by the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. its parent i
organization. Founded in 1913. the1
ADL, a leadership group of Amor-;
ican Jews, is one of the oldest andj
largest human relations agencies;
in the country.
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Robert P. Forman has been
named executive director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
it has been announced.
iiillon Woiaftt"-Federation presi-
dent, said Mr. Forman. who has
been associate executive director
since 1967, will now be able to
work more effectively in such
areas as community planning, ad
ministration, budgeting and fi-
nance, anil agency and United Fund
relationships.
"With the growth of our com
munity, the Federation's work as
well as the day-to-day adminis-
trative responsibilities have also
increased." Mr. Weiss declared.
"And in the position of executive
director, Mr. Forman will be in a
better position to devote himself
to completing and developing the
necessary programs for a grow-
ing community."
Arthur S. Rosichan. Federation's
executive vice president, said, "I
am personally pleased that Mr.
Forman, with whom I have work
ed closely for the past eight years,
has l>een promoted to this impor
tant position. His knowledge of
community planning in the social
welfare field has helped us begin
to provide well-rounded pro-
Federation's agen for five years as Planning and Bud-
>#ting Assistant of the Jewish
Welfare Federation of San F:in-
eisco. He was also Instrumental
in condnwtng a populHttwn-^-ur-
vey on behalf of the San Fran
Cisco Federation as well as stud'
ies to determine the needs of its
Community Center. Before his
tenure in San Francisco, Mr, Fir-
man was a staff member of the
Welfare Planning Council of Chi-
cago and the American Service
Institute of Pittsburgh.
A member of Temple Email -El,
Mr. Forman has served on
ons eon.mil tees at the United F ind
of Dade County. He is a me
of the National Association >f
Social Workers and a member
of the Academy of Certified -
cial Workers, He is also at
ated with the South Florida I
hall Officials Association and the
Florida High School Activities As-
sociation.
Mr, Forman. WHO holds a Mis-
ter's Degree in Social Work from
the University of Pittsburgh, was
born in Pittsburgh. He and his
Greater Miami Jewish Federation wife. Tootie. and their two Chil-
KOltKKT FORMAN
in 1962 as director of Budgeting dren. now
and Planning, Mr. Forman served Beach.
live in North Miami
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Award To Be Presented To
President Of Beth Torah
Milton Weiss Installed For 2nd
Term as Federation's President I
Miltcn T. Hornsteln, president
mple !; Hi Torah and a well-
ed for the State of Israel Shalom
Award, its spiritual leader, Dr.
Max A. Lipschitz, has announced.
The award will be presented at
th( annual Both Torah-Israel Din-
in of State Saturday evening,
Nov. 7. at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
A member of Beth Torah for
the past 18 years. Mr. Hornstein
la- served on its board many limes
and is now serving his sec ind tei m
;.- resident. He was one of the
i .r leaders responsible for the
growth of the congregation from
li- small beginning as Monticello
Park Jewish Center ii> one of the
ind prominent con-
ions ii i;: i ater Miami.
Mr. Hornst in, who was instru-
in irmin; B< ih Torah's
Men's ( i I ai as Its
pi i sident, is pi imin m in Nwth
il Beach community affairs,
. ::il was one of the pioneei ol
the Property Owners Association
,.i North Miami Beach.
Mr. Hornstein, a member of
B'nai B'rith, the Masons and Elks,
is a Chaiter Member of the North
Miami Beaeh Knights of Pythias.
He has been a member of the board
oi directors of the Better Govern-
ment Association, which dedicates
its activities to assisting in the
selection of qualified men for pub-
lic office, has served as chairman
of the Cultural Commit lee of the
City of North Miami Beaeh, and
is currently chairman of the Pub-
lie i tiiities Commission. He has
twice served as president of the
President's Council of the North
Dade area.
Head of his own insurance
agency. Mr. Hornstein resides with
his wife, at 1040 NE 162nd St..
North Miami Beach. Their son.
Neil, is a senor at the University
ot Georgia.
NACHUM GOLAN
Golan To Speak
At 'Y' Luncheon
part of this year's series con-
cur, cd with Jewish youth and Jew-
ish life, the YM-YYVHA of Greater
Miami will present Nachum Golan.
who is the director of the Israel
Aliyab Center in the United States
and of Canada, at a special lunch-
eon for Jewish community lead-
( i- Tuesday, at 12:30 p.m.
Nachum Golan is a founder and
buiider of Kibbutz Kfar Szold in
the Upper Galilee, of which he has
been secretary. He holds all six
duty and campaign ribbons for
military service which have been
awarded by the government of Is-
rael since its establishment in
Mr. Gr.lan will discuss his ex-
perience with Aliyah, and the cur-
n I t events of Israel and the world
at .'arge, especially as to their ef-
fect on Jewish young people. Res-
ervations may be made by calling
S -na Katz at the "Y."
KOSHER & PARVE
MARGARINE
Makeskugelamechayeh.
a I
Confiscated Books
Recovered By Israel
NEW YORK (JTAI In one
of the least known activities of the
Nazi era. countless manuscripts
and Jewish books were confiscate il
and put in a special library, where
scholars of the Third Reich were
assigned to interpret their con*
li nts in ways iiint would discredit
I vs. Many ol the books in Nazi
archives were destroyed, others
were scattered.
Ah,re than a million of these
volumes have been tracked down
by fsraeli bibliographer Shlomo
Shunami, 70, working under the
sponsorship of the Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem, ii has been re-
ported. His detective work took
him to West Germany, Poland
Hungary, Czechoslovakia and Ru-
mania. Among the rarities Mr.
ani discovered was a late
17th century Megillah Esther, that
.as written in Spanish on parch-
ment.
Through the efforts of Mr. Shu-
mam, whose appointment as acting
librarian at Yeshiva University's
Mendel Gottesman Library of
Hi braica-Judalca was announced
recently, 200.000 volumes have
been added to libraries in the
United States, in addition to those
sent to Israel, and hundreds of
Hebrew manuscripts recovered
and sent to Jerusalem.
A gl la dinner
tribut, mark, d I i ater Miami
ition's 32nd Ai
,: d ii in : which ."
esident of Miai
in'Asso
lor a
tei m : the F
,.;,., ii.ii. ,
this v, ek
-There are more than 21
Jewish residents in Dade County,"
Mr. Wi is- declared, "and recent
statistical studies front the Coun-
cil ot Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds in New York Indicate
that the Greater Miami area is
the fastest growing Jewish com-
munity in the nation. Within five
years its Jewish population will be
surpassed only by New York and
Los Angeles."
Guest speaker for the affair was
television news analyst Martin
Agronsky, who said tiiat he be-
lieves that the United States and
the Soviet Union intend to main-
j tain a status quo in the Mideast. If
'a fourth round in Israel's battle
I for survival should be fought.
, both major powers will "stand
aside and let Israel fight it out
with the Arabs, and survive if it
' can." Mr. Agronsky believes.
The Presidents' Young Leader-
ship Awards, signifying "outstand-
v v pre- an i;'". of it~ Nomii
ition's first pi si- Commi a notice d I
, M .. to th 1969
... iurton R.
I : .
Harrj
.
R R s Ftus-
Co iratioi and
.ml In-
.-. J
ind Mrs.
n's Di
vision cha : "' ''-
. th Ir d I: al rvice 1
the community, were presented
with si v- by Mr.
\v, iss,
H Kai i ntly
... L971 CJA-IEF
Ii Mrs, Jevoi Kipnis,
.... th 1071 Wo-
men's Division cai chair-
m in, were inti I to the com-
, munity.
A special tribut was paid to
the Federation's W n n's Divis-
ion on Its Silver Anniversary. Ai-
thur S. Rosi i Federal ion's
executive vie pn sid t. prea nt< d
to Mis. Levey, the current
the Women's I>i\is-
io::. Mrs. Levey accepted Ihe tri-
bute on b hall ol all th women
who h >h ' work of -'i Lin ater Mia Jew -
ish Fedi rat n the
til I
I.. : i Arki tar; il th
G i ation
ol !.. s
: w< r
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presid :.'; Sh pai I B
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Smith vice preside!
; ildsl in. i
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S. Falk, as i
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Sami* I Adler. Dr S
rudgi Irvin rC.TJrn.Jul -
Leo 1 R ch '
wich, Mrs Jack [Cat; n
Jerome Kipnis, Dr. Ii i
man, Mrs. 11 irton I'.. '.
Pn sidi n( i I Women's i ..
Harry A. 1 evy, Dr. Max \
Sam Lub \ Jr., S
Morgan, Dr. .' iseph R. Narol
ing Rubin, Mendell M S I
K. Shochet. Harold Thurman
eri H. Traurig, and Howai
Trinz as wt n as all ol
past pn sklents of the F d
are members of the B i
Din ctors.
Past presidents of the Gi I
Miami Jewish Federatl n
Sam Blank. Samuel N. "
A. J. Harris. Sam J. Hi imai. H
trd Kane, Aaron Kai ner,
Kaplan, Sidney Lefcourt, J
M. Li: tor-. Stanley C. Myi i -
Orovil Ruskin, Jac
William I Sin ter an I
\\'< ink! -.
These recipients of the Presidents' Leader-
ship Award were honored at last Sunday's
annual Dinner and Campaign Tribute ci the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The award,
sponsored by the past presidents of Federa-
tion, is given annually to young poople in
the community who have performed out-
standing service on behalf of the Federa-
tion end its agencies. From left are Stanley
C. Myers. Federation's first president, Rich-
ard J. Korwich, 1969 award winner; Mrs.
Robert I. Shapiro, 1969 winner; Harry (Hap
Lew. 1970 awardee; Mrs. Burton R. Levey,
1969 recipient, and Milton Weiss, current
president of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
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Riad's Claim Refuted
By State Department
i Agrcnsky, (center) commentator for
the Washington Post-Newsweek television
end radio network, who was the guest speak-
er c! the 32nd annual Meeting and Campaign
Dinner cf the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion is pictured wi h Arthur b. Rosichan,
Federation's executive vice president;
Jewish Scientists
I Share Nobel Prize
| i \ IJTA I Two Jewish
i. ts Sir Bernar l Katz ol
and Dr. Julius Axelrod of
. ia, Md. were named in
this week as two of the
I winners ol the 1970 Nohel
I / in Phvsl ilogy and
The third winner is
s Dr, L'll \ n Euler,
Thi Swedish Royal Caroline
[nstitute announc-
f the three, who
["he trio won
ii msmissions be-
knowledge use-
it ing nervous and medic-
I
9 been a pro-
Biophysics
rsity College
:i in Lei:
- degree in
(! a Doctor
I' the first
i Lcip: ig, the
;:,, rsity oi
- \\ i\ since
and author,
pi Bident of
Medicine in
ed its Co]
'. i ft he Universi-
rvice in Beth-
ated with
of Mental
i [en ceived Ins
: .' In Ii : 's di gi m the t 'ii \
ii- City ol New oi k
grec from
York Uni sit; 19II and
hia Ph.D. in Chemical Pharma-
col jj from G Washing! r
I'nm isii.-, Wa m, D.C., Ir
195
Dan Rice, a spokesman for the
[nstitute of Mental
I: alth .ii Bethesda told the Jewish
ra| hie Agency that Dr. Axel-
i i is a "self-effacing person" who
v is "non-plussed and speechless"
when he received word of his No-
! I Prize. He was very, very
as. (|. but was totally and gen-
uinely surprised." Dr. Rice said.
Mrs. Jerome Kipnis, l'J71 Women's Division
campaign chairman; Robert Russell, cochair-
man of the 1971 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund campaign; Joseph H.
Kanter, chairman of the 15*71 CJA-IEF drive,
and Jerome Kipnis.
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staff
to dra
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lirect Soviet resp n-
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the Pos I The S
Dep rtmenl nted to avoid
us ne, I Russians directly
b aus :-!- to ./ >1 the
Jarring pe ice t ilks going and
i Mos w was not a
mal s to the i
ngements il idd
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n'ay -i I ir lirq
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th [si lel-E ;ypti ent II Bl80 learned th it
the '' lit d States h is IncH
it w >uld be satisf! >' with less
than total removal of the mi--
from the truce zone, but
that the Soviet Union has re-
fected th -
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Thespian Troups Presenting
The Serpent' Oct. 30-31
Miami Beach Senior High
School Troupe 391 will present
J> in-CJaude van Itallie's "The
Serpent," the story of mankind.
Fi laj and Saturday. Oct. 30-31.
a' X.n p.m.
Ad in will be portrayed by Al-
bert Knittle, Eve by Donno Gold-
s' in, Cain by Joe Beccrra and
Abel Micky Dunrom. Jill Eber.
K rzner, Robin Ross, and
jlalyn Finkel make up the chorus.
I also includes Elisabeth
> Gill Todd. Willy Cabera.
"iy Glazer, Dennis Rutkin. Jolie
Steven Rikow, Minday
' ek Wool, Howard Eder.
[*k|ii>- Wildman. Rhonda Brodes.
Alexander. Robert Traitz.
we, Susan Sheffman. David
an, Susanne Erwin, Robert
f>, Danny Grief, Rochelle
Willy Mack, Christine
ph, Lois Allen. Ela Ben-
Paul Levine, Susie Lee and
WUHams. Jay W. Jensen
'"'' ng: Sandi Grossman is
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foi the h '-" differential in man-
power coil t is clear I
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the United Stati nd th<-
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an immense, continiMMi
m Sot let con enl Ion pa
particularly at v a, hat bean com-
bined with iin equally immense
.niii continuoua increase in Soviet
nucli .- power. They
also pla 'i -. hj real An i
has been i apidl) declining.
Thi-u- are two things to bo
aid aboul thi P dei I John-
oi ired the Vietnanv w i
with Richard Nixon's hearty
lupport, in order to maintain an
acceptable balance ol power in
Asia. For ilii- fatly affluent coun-
try there should have been no
difficulty aboul meetina the war
and paying tho hill for ad-
equate permanent strength a-,
well. Bui I hat was not done.
In fad present Pentagon plans
call for further rundown of real
American strength ih-tt will soon
make the United States into a
truly second-rate power by th<>
standards of this horrible m iin world. Meanwhile, at l*>'-
ii the Soviet gross product, So-
viet military s|'n'linc run no
longer called a "defense bud-
gel It is a conquest budget.
Ami thai explains the trouble
in the Middle East.
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Disgrace To Serve Soviet System
EDITOR, The Jewish FlorUlian:
In your editorial last week, you
Ijnarkcu the appointment of a Jew
|lo the Communist hierarachy as
L significant change, giving credit
[for this phenomena to the stand
taken by World Jewry In support
|of the oppressed Jews in the So-
kjei Union. Although you are also
Inclined to believe that this move
ion ill'' I'ai't of the Russian Com-
[munisls is ;i propaganda move, you
'nevertheless consider it as a sof-
tening of their policy toward the
Jews.
ji is nol ;i matter for great satis-
faction ii an Individual who hap-
to be of Jewish descent is
to a job by the Com-
munisi Party, it la a disgrace for
any man, J< w or non-Jew. to serve
custom
catering
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very special people.
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a system which is built in inhu- record of the past 63-year Com-
manities and tyranny like the So-j munist rule in Russia, any honest
viet State. I Jew is immune to Communistic
The Jewish element there is bo- ideology through their experience
ing used by the Soviet for certain with Communist practices. If there
purposes of misleading public opin- j were u few Jews who had illusions
ion. All the bluffs and tricks of in the early days of this movement,
the Communist rulers of Russia : they were dispelled completely dur-
are already played out. From a intr the Stalin period and there-
JjSVJsJj^ point of view, it is much'after.
extermination themselves be misled by propae. -
Nazi holocaust. I da gestures and promises, it is
I ridiculous, if not tragic, to assumi
,1 MoSCS should pre- j ,||U, any promises bv Communist
,,as, time to demand \ lm ^ sint.cr<. in vi(,w f(f ,
rights and equal treatment, prayei
for the German
amps dining the
The policy
vail. It is Ion:
hooks, or religious freedom of WOT
ship. Physical liberation of the
Russian Jewry is the order of th(
day, to let these people go to their
homeland where they arc wanted
and where they belong.
Jewish leadership must insist on
the exodus of the Russian Jews
from their bondage and not let
rulers are sincere' in view
j Soviet Union's activities against
Hie Jewish State of Israel and in
Russia proiK-r where thousands "I
Jews are .jailed in their despei ite
! attempts to emigrate to the Jew-
1 ish State of Israel.
mai rh k <;oldi;in<;
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r if not one Jew were involv-
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tarian state which is synonymous
with the Nazi system in almost
every respect.
That there are, here and there,
8 few Jews who are serving this
system as Individuals, indeed does
not nil- el the Jewish people's at-
titude toward this cm I movement,
Jewishness and Communism are
Incompatible by nature and eon-
sideiing the Soviet Union's aims
for the instruction of the Jewish
i" ople and :'- h hom< land it is in-
conci ,\;ihi that any normal Jew
wi uld supi ort such a system.
It is i n hi :h acknowledgement
of Jewish prestige that the Com-
munists i i nsider the Jews as their
i ni mi. s and this automatically
rules out any identification of Jews
with Communism, Considering the
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It would he naive to think in [
terms of this movement changing
its character and methods. It is
the most oppressing system in
world history, since it has avail- j
able nil tln> modern devices to de- i
humanize and suppress people who
fall under their rule. The helpless-
ness of the people is evident but
it is more detectable among the
captive Russian Jews there who
an ili<- victims of ruthless hatred
perpetrated by the rulers lo divert
attention of the common people
from their ow n plagUl S.
Jewish history as n is reflecti d
in the Bible is a classic example
Of how Jews Should make po|ie\
in eei tain circumstances in their
journej as a people. At firsl Moses
tried to fight for his people's rights
and for jusiie. Later he realfr.i d
that despots do not change and
demanded simply "Let my people
go."
For the past 53 > ars world
Jewry has been asking for equal
i Ights and roligio is frei dom for
Pi. .ii .'. s in Russia but all requests
';ave fallen on di at ears. Retalia-
tions by the Communists have evi n
worsenr d thi ir situation. Concen-
tration camps in Siberia were fill-
ed with j, v.s v ho died there by
hundn ds Ol thousands, under thl
most Inhumane circumstances I -
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Copffol Spotlight:
By JOSEPH POUKOFF
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Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Death Sentence For Terrorists
AFTO FIVE th< Knesi -
February 16, I! ded the o
datory law which provided for capita! punishment
for murder. Only genocide, or Nazi crimes, re-
mained subject to the d-ath penalty under civil lav..
Just one execution has taken place in Israel'* 22
years that of Adolf Kichmann.
The occupied areai at Gaza and the West Bank
are rul<*d under military government, in strict con-
formity with international law. None car. deny th*t
this has been a light, almost a benevolent military
government Although the Geneva Convention rec-
ognizes that the death penalty is permissible ard
legal where individuals have been convicted by
military courts for such crimes as sabotage, at tact
on the military, or even merely the use of arms. th<
book mm
' ren ;ins that Isi I has '-".us far not ex
a single Arab.
Terror! n convicted of throwii g
bombs into market places where women and chil-
dren were killed, guerrillas who have ambushed
Israeli soldiers into traps by waving a white flag,
murderers who have shot down victims in cold
blood, have bean given fair trial and legal counsel;
those found guilty are sent to prison. These ar? th"
men whom Arab hijackers have sought to preisu-e
Israel into rek-asing in exchange for innocent
hostages.
While public feeling in Israel has always run
strongly against capital punishment, that mood
seems to be changing. But few people here would
agree with the American columnist who sugge ted
By Seymour B. liebtnoit
Grossman's 'The Bride'
A1 thor Ladlslav Grosman wen
claim for his book, "The
Shop on Main Street," which was
maaV Into an Academy Award-
winning Czech film starring Jew-
ish actress, Ida Kaminsk ';.:
booh was short, but the story was
inimitable and poignant
Q .-man and h:.s fam.ly I ed
from Czechoslovakia in 1968 and now reside in bra I
ro our delight he has continued his literary career
His latest book is Th- Bride translated from the
Czech by iris Urwin (Douoleday & Company, 23.90
[he setting is a small Czech town; the time is 1942,
during the Nazi occupation.
The principal character is Liza, the /.]< -t
inter of Jonah, the baker, who conducts his own
business as a oonetktre and is a substantial tup-
porter Of her parents and her siblings. While sh-
wa beloved by all, the fact remained that sh wai
W twenty-one years of age, a virgin and without
the prospect of securing a husband due in some
small part -to the fact that she Inclined to obesity.
In 1942, the Nazis ordered all the unm i ricd
Jewish f*uales of Uza'a town to register with th<
authorities. A marriage of convenience was plannc 1
with the somewhat simple son of a friend of Ihe
y in order to defeat the forthcoming regimen-
tation of the women. (This regimentation of Jewish
U a ph.-.s, of Nazi barbarism which ha~ b
forgotten because of what is generally regard, rl >
heinous crime of murdering the Jews, The
question of which wai worse: a living death by
forced prostitution and perversion and -
human guinea pigs for Nazi doctors and butchers
or death in a gas chamber has never been ad -
quateiy answered I.
Liza, wno comes alive through Grosman's pen,
i-pieted as ihe vib.ant, mirthful, independent, jr. I
dutiful Jewish daughter until she determines that
her marriage is to b" consummated in th? compli
sense. With a paucity of word.; and adept artistry,
we are presented with meaningful glimpses of Jew-
ish life in the hamlet.
Parts of ihe book are reminiscent of the al-
legory and symbolism of a Malamud and the haunt-
-ng eerienesa of a Kafka. The emiing will puzzle
ome. annoy others and leave many in a quandaiv,
I it all this results from the virtuosity of the author.
While he is frugal with his words, he is extravagant
with action, incidents and thought-provoking"" ..I..
lemmas,


Between Yov and Mer By BORIS SMOLAR
Problems Of Jewish Education
^F-HE JEWISH school season has
now opened with an enrollment
in Jewish schools throughout the
country indicating that of ihe ],-
000.000 Jewish children of scnool
age, only about 540,000 will re-
ceive Jewish education during th?
new Jewish year.
One of the biggest problems ;-i
the field of Jewish education for the new school
season is the acute shortage of teachers. Mucn has
already been written on the problem of lack of Jew-
ish education, but the teachers' man-power crisis is
now deeper than ever. Suffice it to say that if teach-
ers were not coming to this country from .'srael,
and if there were not "yordim" from Israel who
emigrate to this country and h?come teachers in
Jewish schools, many of the existing Jewish ichools
would have to close because of the lack of teaching
personnel.
The new Jewish school year may not see an
increase in the numbe- of enrolled pupils but it
S^"1* improvod methods in education for the
54O.CO0 children registered in all types of Jewish
schools. The bottle-neck is the shortage of good
teachers. This shortage can be overcome only by
paying better salaries and providing benefits for
Jewish teachers which are normally provided in the
American public school system. It is a major prob-
lem m Jewish communal life which the organized
communities are seriously seeking to solve.
that Isra I should boldly announ'-e
that foi every innocent ho--
killed by the Arab*. Israel would
summarily shoot five guerrillas even though 'ha!
writer justified his advice on the grounds that sur-
render to barbarism is worse than reversion to it.
The pioposal now being seriously consid-
that where military courts fir.d criminals guilt]
capital crimes, the death sentence should be passi
but actual execution indefinitely deferred Cir-
cumstances could dictate when the sentence ih I
be carried out if ever
It is felt this would serve as an effect;-. h
terrent on two levels. First, it would give
for thought to many Arabs who today engage n
terrorism knowing that if caught their wors; : p
will to be fed well fed and warmly housed .
Israeli jail. Second, it would remove the Sting
kidnappers' or hijackers' threats, since it woull >
the terrorists themselves whose finger would trigger
off executions which had already been legal]} con-
firmed against their own men.
Conventional and conservative methods are of
no avail against terrorists who have nothing but
contempt for moral or international law.
Silver On Sports
Jess Silver
9th Hapoel Games
yyiiKN Yossi Inbar, president of the Israel Olmy-
r>c Committee and executive director of
Haopel. was in the U.S.A. recently to kick off plans
for the American involvement in next year's ninth
Haopel game*, the first thing he did was to ap;x>int
Martin L. Cohen, manager of Local 105 of the
ILGWU, as the Hapoel representative for the games
in the United States. Cohen, in turn, named a com-
mittee of three New Yorkers. Jack Abramson,
Haskell Cohen and Ed Mosler. to work with him
m assembling a U.S. team of 50 athletes, coaches
and managers for the games, which will be held in
Israel April 29-May 5.
The Hapoel games are the oldest set of inter-
national games in Israel, predating the Mac-
cah.ah. Hapoel is the sports organization of Histr-
drut and the largest in Israel, with local clubs lo-
cated throughout the country. In a sense, the
Hapoel games are Labor games, which is the reason
that union-oriented Marty Cohen was selected to
run the show in the United States, a job he also
did for Hapoel five years ago.
In keeping with its importance as a competiiiv,'
and tourist attraction on the Israeli calendar, the
games arc under the patronage of Israel's President.
Zalman Shazar, who will attend the opening cere-
monies in Tel Aviv. Mrs. Ckjlda Meir, the Prime
Minister, will be a featured guest at the closing
ceremonies in Jerusalem. Those wishing to attend
the games, which will involve the athletes of 20 na-
tions, should write to 9th International Games of
Hapoel, 8 Haarbaah Street. Tel Aviv, Israel.

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|in|rt- /...iiioru Coral Gables
uV !>:"-'innins God creiited thai
[m and The rarth. untold;.
lns oi words have been writ-
ten i ii rou s n
the :ircs in an
effort to explain
the origin and
' -realion of the
world and of
man. Still the.
questions
lb mnd.
The scientists
ask, "who crea-
ed the world.
md from whfll ?"
Ibbbi Bergw The archeolo-
:-!> ask, "how
I i.....ited and how
I take?" The histor-
C ,,.,. When was the world
, i : how old is it?" On!
I .linns, and the ans-
quently much mure
n clai I tying.
\ ChofetZ C'hayim is
, id ... h iving said, "For the
are no ques-
Ihe man who lacks
i inswers."
f; 1 thai in exactly 31
i i grand total of
lure describes to
ind Ihe creation of
ill thai there is in
ci eation of man.
.: irj about
| ibout some In-
often takes
h it. Yet clearly,
! presistently, the
' ienesis answers
It illS.
|rxl er I the w n Id in six
jo! in which we call
eras spanned over
ol time that may well
millions of years.
|l n his own Image,
hi if the earth." This
ery well include any one of
ries of evolul ion.
irly Indicated
I sted many other
|o ours, ia various stages of
Midrash Rabbah
tells us that "God,
lestroyed them."
phar, un Leviticus, tells us.
I a variety of
prior to biblical
... c mniing In!
: 5731? The
stage of crea-
' W' know .I now and of
the development of the evolution
Of man as we know him now. No
matter what approach one uses.
be it that of science, history or;
philos-jptiy, the ultimate result i
must be the glorv ;md sanctificaj
tiori of God as recorded in scrip
turc.
Peahopa the beat of all explana-
tions is the commentary that tells
us that the reason the Torah
starts with the letter "Bats'
fBeraishis) instead of any other
letter of the Hebrew alphabet is
to teach us a basic lesson from it
very structure and appearance. The
letter "Bais." closed on top, in
back and on the bottom, is open
only in the front. This is to leach
us that with Torah we need noth-
ing but to look straight ahead:
neither up, down, nor back just
straight ahead. We need no men-
tal gymnastics, just simple, basic
faith. Thus all our questions are
automatically answered.
WC Presenting A Film
Workmen's Circle Branch 1064
of North Dade and Broward Coun-
ty, will prose ii a full length c >lor
film at its meeting Wednesd ly
Nov. 1. at 8 p.m. in the Washing
ton Federal it 699 ME lP7th St .
North Miami Be eh. Refreshments
will be served, with Mrs. Lillian
i'. irl as hostess.
Sisterhood Party, Dance
A Stmchat Tor h nite club part}
and dance wjj| he sponsored by the
Sisterhood of Temple Beth To\
Satur lay at 8:30 p.m. with pro
l ssion il entertainment bv Syd
Skolsky, a "One Wom*>n Sh m
Also <>n the agenda will be "The
Singing Waitresses.'
New Members To Be Honored
Temple Menorah Sisterhood will
honor its new mi mhers Wednes-
day at its 12:30 p.m. meeting in
the social hall. Mrs. Sheldon l.ol-
chuk will pivsi nt "Bride Moots
Groom." Dessert and coffee will be
served.
CANDIEIIGHTING TIME
23 Tish'i
6:26
' II #
[synopsis of the weekly torah portion
Beraishis
By KARRI SAMUEL J. FOX
What is a "Keiiiiiuh?'.'.,,.,
The word "Kehillah" comes from
the verb "to gather" or "to asscm
ble." ''" '"
Generally speaking a Jewish
community was known as a "Ke-
hillah.'' The term was especially
Used to denote a type of autonomy
which the Jewish community en-
joyed even though the community
was located in a country of a for-
eign power, as for example the
communities of the Jews in the
Middle Ages which often enjoyed
a certain degree of autonomy.
This was likewise true in the
days of the Babylonian Diaspora.
is well as for a period after the
medieval period. In the latter
period the ghettos enjoyed a cer-
tain degree of autonomy. In the
later period Jewish communities
were known as "Kehillah Kedosh-
ah" which means a holy communi-
ty." Seme contend thai this name
was applied because the autonomy
of the Jewish community dwelt
mostly with religious or holy af-
fairs.
What is the reason for the
recitation of the Hymn 'An'iin
Zcniirnt V at the end of the
morning service* on Sabbaths
a'id on holidays?
Some traditions called for its
recital every day. Our practice is
to reserve its recitation for the
Sabbath anil I loly Daj S,
This hymn was supposedly com-
posed by Rabbi Judah Chasid of
Regensburg. It is referred to as
"Shir ha-Kavod," the "Hymn of
Glory." It is a poem extolling the
glory of the Almighty and was ad-
ded to the prayers at the end of
the service bo that the worshipper
leaves the Divine Service with a
lei ling <.i gr< at reverence and awe
for his Ch ator,
Our custom was to use it only-
oil the Sabbaths or festivals so
that the worshipper would l>e
aware that this hymn is of special
imp. i lance and not an every day
song. To further emphasize its
importance, the ark is opened dur-
ing its recital.
Reciting it only on Sabbaths or
fes Ivals is a demonstration thai
one can appreciate the greatness
ol the Almighty besl on special
days when he dedicates the daj as
a Holy one giving himself time to
: on so holy a subject. Also,
on the Sabbath and festivals, the
Jew feels himself closer to God
se thai he can be overawed
i;. His Glory.
MIAMI
AH A VAT SHALOM CONGREGA.
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Bon Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
Mil Di S. Miami. Reform. Rabb>
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor "Micheal
Kyrr. 3
BETH DAVIO. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Lanaau
Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
Saturday 8 a.m. Tin- Torah leaadffl
Hnr Mil/'.ili Brure .sen ..f Mr .....I
Mrs. Norman Sholk. Mincha 5:30 p.m.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff 5
Frlda> R:30 p.m HakofoH (Torah Pro-
ceaaloni. Saturday ;> m and 6:80
p.m.
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson 6
Friday at vine-,-!. Saturday R:45 ; m
Sermon: "You Musi Be Counted."
:. :;ii p.m. Portion ol [.aw. U p.m Ser-
mon: 'Our Loyaltlea."
BETH TOV (Temple) 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinket P
ISRAEL 'Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. 10 ,
Friday B:13 p.m Sermon: "Whs Waul
The Booh Of Genealp Written?"
'SRAELiTE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Draiin Cantor Nathan Parnass 11
Friday B:3n p.m. Saturday 8 i". am
Sermon: "Here We Go Again .
OR OLOM (lempiei n/3D S W. 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. Canto- Benjamin Ben Ari 13
Frldaj 6:3o p m.
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman 23
Friday 5:4S p.m Saturday 9 h m. I
Mitsvah: Blenn, aon ol Mr. and Mr*,
Martin Shane
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St.'airf
Tatom Waterway. Conservat :.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. IJ
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OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita t>.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Web---
man. M
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. '?
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmlaa. It
Baturdaj :3fl am Sermon: "Heaven,
On four Head
CONGREGATION E TZ CHAIM.'15-2-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohsm
Groner.
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7501 E. Treasure D"
North Bay Villane. Conservative.
Canto- Leon Seaai. 32-A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN iTEMPLE). 1C2S
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Co--
servative. Rahhi Milton Schlina'*/
Cantor Nathaniel Schub.
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BETH TORAH NE 164th St. at 11IH
I Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max L "-
aohiti. i.antor Jacob Renzer. !
Saturdn> 30 a m Bar Mttxvah: l
ward .-..ii of Mr. and Mm B laid
Tahh; and t'raiK. non ol Mr and M-.
David / ,
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd :.'.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubil.
Cantor Jack Lerner. .-.
SINAI ITEMPLEI of NORTH DAHE
18801 N.E. 22nd Avenue. Refor-i
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley. Can::-
Irving Shulkes.
Frldnj ' P ni Sermon Rab
Why VY.i-ni Your Pleture In T -
Papai S urdnj 10:30 m T
portion i"i Ihe iveeh
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 N E.
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonan -
TIFERETH ISRAEL RSnn m M.ami
Ave. Conservative. Cantor March.
bein.Marbiny 14
TirFRETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E
4th Ave Conservative. 15
I.--:,I., v v I ". .. ,., I." !.. | I.....
Shabbat. Saturday B 50 n m Bar Mit-
'^ili Michael, ...ii ot Mr. and S
Harold Zagon.
ZION (TEMPLE). (.000 Miller Rd
Conaaeva^lva, D^hi Norman N Sha.
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
ISRnn VV Di*ie Hwv. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor
Ben Zion Kirscnenbaum. 35
Caplan.
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US God created the world in six consecutive
| ng it out of nothing, and transforming chaos into
ction. Ughl dispersed the darkness, the sky be-
I and land were separated and the earth
ass and trees, the sun, moon and stars illuminated
the waters teemed with fish and sea animals, Ihe a r
winged creatures of every kind, and on the sixth
\ miles swarmed the earth.
ilminatlng act was the crest! n of man and woman,
'! of God, endowed with such Divine L'ifts as in-
edom of will and moral power to distinguish be-
^ awl wrong. Adam was assigned the ti.sk of cultivat-
"*n in Rd<'n. >n th? religion of Mesopotamia. Permis-
ranted him to eat of any fruit except that of the "Tree
Good and Evil" as a test of his ability to obey
pnds. Hut the woman- later called Eve by her
!ho had been created as his helpmate, succumbed
1 ; the crafty serpent, and ate of the forbidden fruit,
" her husband. The Divine punishment for this act
WOt pronounced: both were driven from the
en.
Kve's eldest son, Cain, became a tiller of the i L
MWlj a shepherd, was more sincere, however. His
rod were acceptable, whereas those of Cain were
J't Of jealous anger Cain slew his brother, and when
whereabouts of Abel, he answered defiantly. "Am
I keeper?"
poomed to wander the face of the earth as a fugi-
Jtling in the land of Nod, to the east of Eden.
*he third son of Adam and Eve. we trace the
nan.
Ben-Gurion Wants A Major
Education Center In Negev
TEL AVIV i.ITAi Former
Ptt mil r David Hen Gurion, who
celebrated his 84th birthday last
week, wants to create a major
ducational center at his desert
home town of Sdch Boker In the
N'ci;, \. wh( re ii high school, teach-
ers' s1 minary and ulpan for new
immigrants arc already function-
ing.
Mr. Hen Gurion hopes they will
form the nucleus of a Negev edu-
cational institute sponsored by the
government, Hlstadrut and the
Jewish Agency. The establishment
of a joinl authority to further the
project is still ii vi or away.
MIAM" BEACH
AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7R01 Carlyle Av
Orthodox. Rabbi Issac Ever. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Berel Wein 18
Friday 6:S0 p.m.
BETH JACOB. ?"1 Wahinoton Ave.
Orthodox Rahhi Shmarvahu T Swir.
sky. Cantor Maunce Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMHLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave Conervativ Rabbi
Djvid Raab. Cantor Saul Breed 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Cha*e Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kromsh. Cantor David Convi:er 21
rtaj B:IS 'in Sermon: "Xa> !
Will niil Tear< And Pome Rffl i
llnna >>n the 25th Anniversary ..f the
I'nited Nations." Saturday Id i. .. m
liar Mitavah: Rnhprl Stuart, ion "f
Ur. and Mr* Milton Oaynor: ami
Michael l boh ..( Mrs. Trudy Tanen-
baum
YOUNG ISRAEL OK GREATER
MIAMI. 090 NE 171st St. Orthodct
Rabbi Naftali Porush. -j
|.'li.l;i\ '..'' p 111
CORAL GABLES
JUDEA (TEMPLE) 5500 Oranj:i
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipper -".
Prldaj s IS e ni Baturdaj 11:15 :i
c.ir Mltzvah: Wayne, aon of >
I I atrriHon.
ZAMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Zamora Av;.
Ccnservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berg--
Cantor Nathan Zolondek. !
Piidas :,| p.m Saturday 8:43 ;t
liar Mitavah: Robert, -<" of M--.
Klnra In;.-..n Polloived hj a Kniilu
FT. LAUDEROALE
BETH ISRAEL (TfcMPLE). 547 S
Oaklanc Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheld: -
Edwards. Cantor Maurice New. 42
EMANL-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Pa-<
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. As-
rams. Cantor. Jerome Klement. 'Z
H/..LAND ALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTE"
126 N. E. 1st Ave. l
HOLLYWOOD
1 BETH EL .TEMPLE) 1351 S 14 A;-
Reform Habbi Samuel Jaffe. *!
i Krldu) v i1 hi Sermon: "New ItcRi -
! ninKH s iiriin 11 .i m lla* M lu
C'lndj l.ee, dauKhter >( Mr and M
N......un (ioldmun.
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 1" >
Monroe S*. Conservative Rai-
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irvir-
Gold. a*
RINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St
Conservative. Rabbi David Shap'"*
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
BETH TFILAH
thodox. Rabbi
sky
9?6 Euclid Ave Or-
Joseph E. Rackov-
22
New York Bans Vehicles
From Streets On Sabbath
NEW YORK (JTAi In a move
unprecendented in this city and
perhaps in the country as well, the
municipal administration has
agreed to deflect vehicular traf-
fic from two neighborhoods in de-
ference to (he wishes of religious
observants.
Mayor John V. Lindsay announc-
ed that automobiles and trucks
will be barred from the hearts of
the ItoroiiKh Park and Williams-
burj; sections of Brooklyn both
largely populated by Orthodox
BETH VOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA.
TION. 843 Meri'lian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBhw CONGREGATION
1242 Washinoton Ave Orthodox.
EMANU-EL (TLMPLEI. 1701 Wash,
ington Ave. Conservat.ve. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24
Friday 9 p.m Saturday 9 a.m Dr
Lehrman will preach Sermon: "The
I'nited Katlonn-Whal i n The Putui i
I liw uaaion ol I' \ mi. ci
railureH In paal ... 11 ., Mlt*.
\:ih Hurrj Alan, aon ..i Mr and Mr*
laaac Mlzraehl
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr.Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Grn 25
Kriday 6:43 p.m Saturday 9 a.m.
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi T.bor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 69?0 S.W. 35th S:.
Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J. Wir-
grad. Cantor Abraham Koster. i;
: la) 80 i" 111 S:ii nt day 9 r m
POMP-'-NOBEAOf
SHOLOM .TEMPLE) 132^,Ei 11th Ave.
Conserva'ive. Habbi Morris A. Sjkop.
Cantor Ernest Schreiber 4>
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929Z Harding Ave.. Surfside. Tov. -
Hail Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac O Vine
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Information rfujfriylc the
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Florida Friday, October 23. 1970
Section B
Security Council's Closed
Session Sets A Precedent
NATION'S (JTA)
tting closed scs-
U N. Security Council
- i meeting of that
ly in the 25-year
the United Nations
n the foreign minis-
I Wednesday.
. were U.S. Secretary
51 William P. Rogers. Sir
glas-Home, Britain's
S rotary; Soviet For-
ster Andrei Gromyko
e Schumann, Foreign
I ; France, and the for-
nisters of the 11 non-
' member countries of
I i"n Security Council.
Si ry Ropers and Israel's
i Minister Golda Meir, who
I Ni m York to attend the
25th anniversary session of the
I'.N General Assembly, report-
ed!) spent an hour together on
Tin-.- i She delivered an ad-
dress I the General Assembly
n Wednesday and re-
her government's offl-
regarding th" con-
Israel's return to the
v talks.
irmed sources,
'" nsibility of
a full scale debate on the Middle
Fast in the Genera] Assembly.
The debetc. which was placed on
next week's General Assembly
da at the request of Egypt,
could lead to passage of a new
Mideast resolution inimical to
Israi i. While such a General As-
sembly resolution would nit
have the legal status to supcr-
cede the Security Counc'l's res-
olution of Nov. 22. 1P(>7. basis
of all peace-making efforts in
the Middle Fast, it could under-
mine its authority.
Secretary Rogers briefed Mrs.
Meir on his meeting with Mr.
Gromyko. The Secretary report-
edly tried to convince Russia's
Foreign Minister that the de-
bate demanded by Fgypt would
be detrimental to the Jarring
talks, which Russia presumably
is anxious to see resumed.
At Mr. Gromyko's request, a
meeting was scheduled in the
White House Thursday, to dis-
cuss the Middle Fast. Berlin, and
and other matters at issue be-
tween the superpowers. Among
those scheduled to be present, in
addition to President Nixon, are
H >nrj Kissinger, the President's
chief foreign policy advisor, So-
viet Ambassador An itoly F. Do-
brynin and Secretary Rogers.
The Russians, l ke the Egyp-
tians, are h able to an ex-
tension >f the 90-day cease-fire
beyond its No. 5 expiration date,
but only on condition that the
.! irring talks are resumed. But
Israel is insisting thai it will not
return to the talks unless the
situation is restored to the status
quo ante of Aug. 7.
Observers say this impasse is
not likely to be resolved before
Nov. 5. but they expect the truce
to be continued on a de facto
day-to-day basis, since each side
has declared it will not be the
first to start shooting.
Knesset Member
T
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\(kl
ress
ZOA
5. Z. > j Juris 1 s. M
ers of
Parli iment i since 193S
Aviv.
Mr. V.....*
the Act. r>l '
Wot Id Zionist 11 ganization for sev-
i". al veai il stere I Am
can-Isi a< nd I ling ts ch
man of the !.- ael American Fri n I
ship League for ever 15 years, H <
i< a member of the Central Com-
mittee of the liberal Partv of
Israel and th.< Economic Affairs
.-id a's > the Law and Constitution
Committees in the Knesset. For
the past seven years ho has repre-
sented Isrl at the Council of
Europe in Strasbourg, France, and .
he is a frcnnt contributor to!
American and Israeli periodicals.
Mr. Abramov, who will sneak on
"An Evaluation of 'he U.S. Feaee
Iv i. itive in the Middle Fast." will
bring a message dealing w**h cur-
rent dev Innmonts to the 7.0 \ and
, "fcwtth F'^-:' nitv l<*idrs,
v^iting Zionists and their friends.
ION. S. I. ASRAKOV
-the-ml luI re-
M le Eist
! '..' immunity
it an open meet-
the South I
' Zlonlsl pjsant-
1 ..:..i Sunday eve-
J :' which is op?n t>
I take place at 8
J ilnebleau Hotel's
TO under th" chair-
i ham A. Grunhut,
the South Florida
-' Council.
m, who was elected
n 1989, is affiliated
I bloc, which re-
'i Israel's coalition gov-
ise of its objections
in peace proposal.
N at the Western Re-
niwrsity in Cleveland,
'"tied his tVA.. M.A. and
One of tb- hiehli '-- of th< i i
ivill he a SD?cinl musie-tl pro-
in w*>'eh an r> ifstand
lection of Yiddish Hebrew int
national classical o"l p pul -
Ti annoMne'no fh's out*tanri<"c
mrnmimitv-wiiip ZOA metinr, Mr.
Grunhut pointed out Mr. Abrart
one of the best known nolltlol
leaders In Israel's Liberal Partv
^nd considered to be among the
best-informed authorities on Mid-
dle East affairs, is a noted lecturer
in English. "Miami is indeed for-
tunate to be one of the 12 major
U.S. communities Mr. Abramov
will be visiting on his tour," Mr.
Grunhut added.
Seymour B. I.ieliman. a past
president of the Southeast Region
of the ZOA, and a past chairman
of the South Florida ZOA Presi-
dents' Council, will introduce the
speaker.
Mount Sinai Hospital vice president Edward Shapiro (left)
congratulates Robert Russell on his acceptance of the West-
view Country Club chairmanship of the hospital's current
Medical Center Campaign. Russell and his committee have
pledged to try to increase the number of Mount Sinai Found-
ers (S50.000 donors) among Westview's members from t'r.3
present total of 96.
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,,i \. ... .-. global p
has ::T'I trtJ some mbtttfr <>'.
speak ; ihJ -.->>._
P.iehard Nix >n ;- .1
exception. He aims, as his
r. m M. ch ahoMf to speakmon
that arei. not be
the American
Tia- before, bat beeaose it is
M- >." \
>rr^r:cri move sine th J
civil war sugz'<< to carrv a
bixgr-T stfek nn Kiddle East aiid
Mediterranean policy, wherever
the CK^lion of the jrjod
the Soviet Union ar.d its
states is invoK'i
thi S the profik '. Air
can poJicj -.: Nasser,
'-"\ n l- '<. Inging to
ut>. Thfei n a c'1 ai rl -1! ronnected v h
th- MiddV East, have shaped it-
F st, the forward movement
of Russian ml' tb/ Sie;
C t thi
truci by Egy] ti
nel.
Sec m the civ!] war in J
and Russia's sj
V'e King !." issein I y mm Ins, its
tanks from Syria across th-
r. .-.
Thir I, N' .-- ath and with
it th of the onlj ch
matic Arab ] capable of
Arab policy and giving
it a sharp cutting dge.
amkrkan poMcy-maken
a trying ordeal during the-*" d ,>,
o' testing, agony and wrath.
Tv re ;>re signs that they
- uiewjial chastened
and dis nchnntcd. b-it also more
realistic and more confident than
lie'ore. If this guess chpeks out
with future decisions. I 1 for onei
v.ill be happy with it.
The crux of what has hap-
pened, a.s Washington sees it,
concerns the Soviet practice of
feeling out the limits of what
the West will to'eraf. pushing
a little beyond those limits and
watching the results. This hap-
pened in 19('>8 on Czechoslovakia,
1 the Russians broke the
Czech will and the American re-
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m was nil. The next move
was the entrance of the Soviet
fleet into th-' Mediterranean, the
arming of Egypt with misMli -
and the movement of more So-
viet military ]>rsonnel into
Egypt.
IMMEDIATELY after the
Middle East truce, the Russians
repeated their tactic and brok'-
the truce by the forward move-
ment of their missiles. As in the
case of the Czechs, the intent
was to break the will of Israel.
The first State Department re-
action was again to ignore, evade
or explain away the obvious im-
port of what had hap;>en.-d. But
the more mature presidential re-
action was to recognize it and in
effect to say. "Goodby to all
The result! u 1 'he harder
an il tnce n the Rui
idvi nturism in th ep de of
the Svrfan tanks. Then came
Mr. Nixon's |rip, v.ath the Bvm-
splay 'if American
strength in the Sixth Flet and
the emphasis on the Westi
r nee at >f the
ter-anean: pi 1- the Presi-
s \isit to Spain and Del
Secretary Metvin Laird's to
Greece.
the newest move h the
withdrawal of the Americans.
on the depntv level. fr>m th"
-power ta!!c= on t'.ie Mi ld!e
East on the grounds th it the
-.- ar" fruitless until th.
at least a symbolic gesture to-
ward a pullback of the missil s.
Does this mean that the cold
war has resumed in full force?
And that the ice age is coming
in global affairs If the moves
were by a Ronald Regan or a
Spiro Agnew in the Presidency.
that would be a good guess. But
in the hands of Richard Nixon.
Henry Kissinger and Wi'lian
Rogers, it ain't necessarily so.
when the Russians
Young Conservative
Congregation
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testing the outer limits ol their
ictions, ai '''' ,h"
and eonfi
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can mean onl) '" :-' '>
America '
he breaking ol 'he Czech
will, cannot go or. indefinitely.
And it can mean that An
lecision-makera rate the Is-
sue f good Ih
that the breaking,,ol Russian
faith bo'h on the Egyi
siles and the Syrian tanks
grim I rc.bodjpg for anj -
ments thi I :r. j -ached at
the coming SALT talks on nu-
; nki
To di am of a Ml Idle
peace or to m on to Helsinki
:> other spirit but that ol
: slsting 'in :">od fai'h wound be
a betrayal not only of peace but
of sanity.
IS the area of Vietnam.
the sh:ft of major attention to
the Mid.lie East and th.' virtual
collapse of the rr.ore intense anti-
war movement on the can.; -
have given Presidert Nixon the
thins H be has ranted
for troop withdrawals and a
ise-firc plan.
This m \ >1 spell
a gem......he Presi-
fs aides h '- but
it malm th-' chances of < 1
wher i'h the Paris
better than before. Ar. I I
us groundlings, w the
eonfid
and hop. 197 y not
prove an era of sto fire.
Films Being Held Over
Feature films being held over in
Peal theatres Include "C.C. and
Compan"." Carib. Miami. Miracle
. 163rd Street and 27th A\
"Joe," Twin I ar.d Carlyle; Sun-
flower." Palm Springs; "The
Cheyenne Social Club." Mayfair
and Surf; "Airport," Parkway.
Normandy. Coral Way and North
Dade, and "Fantasia." at Twin II.
Irving Pietrack and his wife. Lily well-known musicians, will
be honored crueats at a Jewish National Fund bruncheonn
the Algiers Hotel, Sunday, at noon. Maestro and Mrs, Pie-
track have not only given distinguished service to the [e*.
ish National Fund, but also to the music world. Pietrack,
whose musical ccreer began ct the age of 7, studied undcr
the great Polish violinist, Earevitch. He become the iireda
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Miami To Be Represented
At CJFWF Convention
The Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity will be represented When
.more than 1.500 Jewish leaders
from throughout the United States
and Canada assemble for the 39th
General Assembly of Ihe fou'ncil
of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fan Funds (CJFWF), at the Mu-
ni I
Hav. 11-15, Milton Weiss, presi-
de"! of the Greater Miami Jewish
Fed. ration, announced.
mounting needs at home.
Federation programs to deal with
a variety of key issues in America
ranging from a reappraisal of es-
sential domwrtC'scrvices, mminc;
from dialogue to a joint involve-
ment of youth and faculty in the
ehach Hotel in Kansas City, Mo.. Jewish community, and reports and
project proposals for the strength-
ening of Jewish identity and com-
mitment will also be considered.
The five-day Assembly will bring
together representatives from 225
Jew:sh Federations and Wolfare
Funds now serving the social wel-
, needs of more than S00 com
munities here and in Canada. Close
11 a million Jewish families, com-
*'.\h Federations, which ser\e a
id range of Jewish needs on
lecal and national levels, as well
tj in Israel and other overseas
lands.
Am >ng the primary areas of eon*
,-! that will be taken up by tin'
ei di i; and delegates in Kansas
Clt) ire the continuing and mount-
jnc social, educational, health and
welfare problems besetting Is-
rael in the light of the current Mid-
-1 situation, and its impii-
I for Federation campaigns
1971.
A- ,i prelude to action on the
ccai level and pending more in-
tensive review at the forthcoming
Assembly, the Council's Board of
tors ,.t its recent quarteily
_ in New York endorsed a
: i cognizing the need to
the support for the United
Jewish Appeal to meet Israel's
ressing humanitarian needs, as
- to increase the support for
Federation Sets Annual Meeting
Scores of assembly workshops
and discussion groups, sessions will
be devoted to such topics as Fed-
eration endowment fund programs,
the impact of current tax legisla-
tion on philanthropic giving, liv
oriorities of Jewish education, the
9.V, of the Jewish popula- 7'* relationships and latest
both countries are involved f^t^T a '", ??*""'
United Fund relationships, urban
affair* and public welfare with em-
|hasis on the inner-city popula-
tion, the problems of drug abuse
with focus on vital programs that
can be offered by Jewish hospit-
als, the role of the community
worker and family agency within
a community's network of services,
and the uses of Federation-spon-j
sored television series in energiz-
ing public relations planning and
programming.
Other subjects to be dealt with
include development of young lead-
ership Jewish family and child
service agencies, women in com-
munal service, Jewish cultural de-
velopment and health planning. The
Large City Budgeting Conference
will also hold budget review ses-
sions with major national agencies
at th,' Assembly.
Delegates will assess the needs
of Jewish communities overseas and'
the American Jews' responsibility
to them. A special session will con-
cern itself with the plight of Jews
in Eastern Europe, especially in
the Soviet Union and what assist-
ance can be offered to them.
Mrs. Frank A. Kaufman of Bal
timore is chairman of the General
Assembly Program Committee
Serving with her are vice chmair
men Dr. Arnold Epstein of Toron-
to, Mrs Wilfred Finegold of Pitts
burgh. Charles Goodall of Tuis i
and Harry B. Smith of Miami.
Th.> CJFWF is the association of1
central community organizations -
Fcde-ations. Welfare Funds. Com-,
munity Counrls serving 800 Jew !
ish communities in the U.S. and
Canada. It aids these communities
in mobiliz'ng maximum support
for the UJA and other overseas
agencies, as well as for major na-
tional and local services involving
financing, planning and operating
health, welfare, cultural, educa
tional, community and other pro
grams benefiting all residents.
The annual meeting of the Jewish
Federation of North Broward,
which will include a brief review of
the past year's activities and the
election of its offers and board of
directors for the coming year, will
be held at 8 p.m. Thursday. Oct. 29.
in Temple Emanu-El, Fort Laud-
erdalc. its president, Martin Fri-
dovich, has announced.
In recognition of their efforts,
which resulted in a 300'!, gain in
both funds received and the num-
ber of women donors, Mrs. Oscr
Sindell, chairman of the 1970
Women's Division campaign, and
Mrs. Alvin Gross, chairman of the
Division's 1970 Pace-Setters, will
be presented with special awards.
A social hour and premiere
showing of a film on life in Israel
will follow the annual meeting.
No fund-raising efforts are per-
mitted during the annual meetings.
Dante Fascell Speaker
The Hon. Dante Fascell will be
guest speaker at the Dupont Plaza
Hotel dinner in celebration of the
United Nations' 25th anniversary
Saturday at 7 p.m. The local U.N.
Association is sponsoring the $5-
per-platc event, which will include
entertainment.
Complete
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The Offices, Executive Board and Members
of the
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
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Congratulate and Extend Best Wishes to
ISRAEL FIXKEL, President
JACK FILOSOF
.MORRIS IIOM4.ltAl U
JOSHUA Z. STADLAN
Honorary President*
of the
BIALIK-BEN GURION
FARBAND NO. 290
its Officers, Executive Board and Entire Membership
on the Occasion of its
THIRTIETH ANNIVERSARY
Dr. Irving Lehrman
Foundation Chairman
MAYOR JAY DERMER
President
My Dear Neighbor:
You have known the undersigned for the past 30 years
as one deeply concerned with the welfare of our country
generally, and the safety and survival of ISRAEL SPECIALLY.
I BEG OF YOU to disregard Political labels and examine
the wonderful congressional record of the Hon. William C.
Cramer for Senator who for the past 16 years served effectively
in Congress, and is responsible for many progressive
legislation?.
I VOUCH that Congressman Cramer is a wholehearted
supporter of President Nixon's oft-repeated statement that
". an economically viable, and militarily strong Israel is to
the best interest of the U.S." and our Middle East stand proves
that to be factual, and not just an election gimmick, and I
worked with him politically for 16 years.
Please, my dear friends, speak to your neighbors and
convince them that we are sure with William C. Cramer, but
not so with his opponent, either as an effective and
experienced lawmaker, or as a staunch supporter of our
administration's stand for the safety and welfare of ISRAEL.
i Fraternally yours,
(Signed) Leon J. fill
LEON J. ELL
LEON J. ELL. a retired lawyer,
author, world traveler, student
oi international aiiairs; a mem-
ber oi the White House Confer-
ence on Refugees; a member of
the U.S. Refugee Committee,
represented the U.S. at the In-
ter-governmental Committee on
European Migration at Geneva
in 1958; a member of the Na-
tional Board of Directors and
Executive Committee of the Jew-
ish National Fund; a member of
the Board of Directors of The
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations and Trustee of
the Hebrew Union College
1958-60; a member of the follow
ing Boards of Directors: Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. Unit-
ed Fund. Mental Health Insti-
tute; Past President and Hon-
orary Life President of Temple
Beth Sholom. Miami Beach.
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Friday October Z3,
$2,000,000 Project Is
Adopted By Histadrut
A now S2.000.000 project the
South Florida Medical Center at
h ;ba, capital city of the
Nogev was adopted tor 1970 and
1071 bj the Israel Histadrut Coun-
cil of South Horida at its annual
conference held this week at the
raulUMrieau HoleT.
Delegates to the one-day con-
clave responded to a plea by Amos
Elran, Israels Minister of Labor
to i re Unite I States, who declared,
"Israel's chief hope for averting
war lies in being strong, and we
must count on American Jew ry
for a decisive role in achieving
that goal."
The medical cento:' will include
the Greater Miami Rehabilitation
Center at Beereheba, built under
Histadrut auspices six years ago,
and will be adjacent to and offili-
ated with the Central Negev Hos-
pital.
Some 114 rooms will be added
to the complex by construction
of the South Florida Medical Cen-'
lor, for which Histadrut in Israel
will provide $1,000,000. The Jew-,
ish community in Dade and Iirow-
ard counties is expected to match
that sum through gifts to the His-
tadrut campaign and Histadrut'
Foundation, according to Abraham
Grunhut, conclave chairman.
'Partner Murdered/
Laila Khaled Says
LONDON UTAi Laila Kha-
led, who participated in an at-
tempt to hijack an El Al jet las!
Sept. '. has claimed that her com-1
p in was murdered by Kl Al se-
curity guards who allegedly sh >t
him in the bach after he had been1
disarmed and immd.
A coroner's inquest held here
after the incident fail to bear mil
her accusation, however. The Jury
returned a verdict of lawful homl-
c le i verdict that includes rea-
- i hie self-defense of person or
pr iperty against attack.
Miss Khaled, who was set free
by British authorities after Pal-,
estinian terrorists freed hijacked
airline passengers held hostage in'
Jordan, met newsmen at a press
conference staged by the Popular
Front lor the Liberation of Pales-
tine. The 24-year-old Palestinian-
born terrorist claimed she witness-
ed the shooting of her partner,
Patrick Arguello, an American
boi n in Honduras.
She siid she was knocked out.
but regained consciousness in time
to .< thi Iil Al g tards pump four
bullets into Arguello's back "while
he was lying tied up and armless
(disarmed).' She claimed th it
Bhe was spared because i he Israeli
technique is to kill one hijacker
i i. I tak the oth t to Israel for
questioning.
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Brightens a bagel.
The new center will include the
largest number of specialists' clin-
ics at any out-patient center in
Israel, with departments of sur-
gery, neuro-surgery, uuologj n-
ecology, opthalmology and oilier
medical divisions include.!.
In fiis talks before a breakfast
session of Histadrut officers and
at a workshop-plenary meeting
open to the general public, Mr.
Khan stressed the importance of
Histadrut in Israel.
He noted that the Kupat Holim,
Histadrut's nationwide network of
hospitals and medical centers, now.
serves more than SO'; of the Jew-
ish population, "With more thai!
309! of next year's budget slated
for defense needs, the problem of1
providing for the health, cultural,I
welfare and educational programs
s|>onsored by Histadrut in Israel
must be shared between us and
you," the Israeli diplomat stated.
Dr. I^eon Kronish. national chair-
man of the board, presented Mr.'
Eiran with an award for his fivej
years of service in th" labor post|
at Israel's embassy in Washing-1
ton, D.C.
Others who took part in the con-
ference included Elhanan Segal.j
regional manager of El Al Air-'
lines; Mrs. Jack Wolfstein, presi-
dent of the Histadrut Women's'
Council; Jacob Rifkin. chairman of;
the Business and Professional Di-
vision; Judge Herbert S. Shapiro,
chairman of the Histadrut Mission
to Israel thus summer; and Moel
Levin, Labor Zionist division chair-,
man.
Samuel Foinstein. chairman of
the board of the Histadrut Coun-
cil, reported that more than $85 '
000 had been given by residents of:
South Florida during the past
year to the Histadrut Foundation.
Bequests and other gifts by
winter visitors and colled ions
through the Histadrut campaign
raised Histadrut's overall total.in
Florida activities well past the
Sl.500,000 mark, he said.
m
Success of annual conference of Israel His-
tadrut Council cf South Florida is discused
by (from left) Abraham Grunhut, conclave
chairman; Amos Eiran, Israeli Minister of
Labor to United Stales; Moe Levin, Labor
Zionist division chairman; Dr. Leon Kronish,
national board chairman of Histadru" 7oun-
dation, and Judge Herbert S. Shapir: legal
committee chairman. The conference adop-
ted the South Florida Medical Center r 3eer-
sheba, Israel, to be built al a cost o: '2.000,-
000 as its project.
American Zionist Federation Holds 1st Board Meeting
NEW YORK i .IT A i The
American Zionist Federation, es-
tablished six months ago as the
entral voice of Zionism in the Unit
ed States, will hold ils first na-
tional board meeting here Satur-
day and Sunday to finalize plans
to implement the organization's
diversified program of activities.
Keynote addresses will be de-
livered to the 200-member hoard
by Rabbi Israel Miller. American
Zionist Federation president and
Jacques Torczyner, chairman of
i the national board. The two-day
session will he devoted to such is-
SUes as Jewish communal affairs,
Jiwish education, youth and cam-
pus affairs, organization and mem-
bership activities, informational
activities, Zionism and the Ameri-
can Jewish community, Israel ami
; America, and the prospects for
I peace in the Middle Fast.
Rabbi Miller said the board
meeting will be another step in
the Federation's development "as
the nnans by which the American
Jewish community en
Zionist responsibilities o
Israel and strengthening
Jewry through Jiwish
outh work and publii
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j jctooe: 23. 1970
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Chairman Of 1971 Drive
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A& cial Chairman of
'ombin i Jewish ApjJ
Fund campaign
i > an announcement
K inter, chair-
i"T: drive.
ictive i:i the
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for the Wom-
has been d< -
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tho can;;. I .
nations <>!
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lucatl hi s< s-
. audio isual pres "it i-
women wli
n the commit-
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h community.
I oreri and I fee
personally
; -!i :' npaign is iion-
ileged knowing that Norma Kl
has taken on the responsibilitj foj
the Women's Division campaign,"
sal I Mr. Kan:.-, "j know that with
Mrs. Kipnis leading the way, the
Women's Division will .me
throw :h with a trei endous in-
ere i le for the L971 c m
The appointmi ni as ass
chairman for the 1971 campa n !i
another in n ol c c duties
for Mrs, Kipnis. A former
man of th Women's I >:\ Is A !
vance Gifts S ction of the J i ;.-
sonvil!? campaign, Mrs. Kipnis hw
served as ,-,..>. ,.,-.,-.,,, ,,, n.
Benefactors Division of the Great-
er Miami Jewish F< derations CJA-
IEF drive. She also serves on the
Budget Committee and M I
Appeals Comm ttee of the Gi il i
Miami Jewish F rati n an I is ,
vice president of the Fede it m's
n's Division.
Florida Branch Worksliop-Lunci
h uf the Na-
il n's League will hold,
p luncheon in
I Fund and Ma-
lt Res dence II ill
' the Jev ish Theolo
on Thins-
Torah Syna-
I Miami Beach
| M. S Cohen, Florida
\i t. has announced.
the function
i n. a mem-
nation (' ibinet, whose
P N'ew At The,
(Sen
Torah Fund-,
f; president of.
*"" K'1' !'' ii ii. i- In charge'
1 on the Torah
1 Mrs. Arthur!
Mrs M S Cohen. Mrs.
Wometco Theatres
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MOV 'Aim STYLE AND
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Fred Blank and Mrs. David Edel-
stein.
Proceeds from the Sisterhood
campaigns will go to the Torah
Fund-Residence Hall of the Na-
tional Women's League of the
United Syna il America, with
which th 29 Sisterhoods c impris-
Ing the Florida Branch are affili-
ated, to support the education I.
youth and Interfaith programs of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America. The objective of the
ca up ilgn is also to help build a
Residence il-ili for women students
of the Semin try's Teachers Insti-
tute.
The effort of the Sisterhood's
Florida Branch is pait of an in-
tensive, nationwide campaign to
raise $1,000,000 to benefit the
Seminary's program. Additional in-
formation may be obtained
through Mrs. Chester Leiter.
Potpourri Shop Open
The Potpourri Shop operated by
The Children's Center, a non-profit
school for emotionally disturbed
children located at 2600 SW 2nd
Ave, as a fund-raising effort, will
be open each Wednesday and Fri-
day from 1" a.m. to 4 p.m., it has
been announced. In addition I i
brand-new famous-label dresses as
low as $15. the shop carries tired
treasures, bric-a-brac and used
clothing.
Members of the Gulfstveam Chapter Masked
Ball Committee displaying invitations to the
Gala include, from left, (seated) Mrs. Nor-
man Ciment, chairman of the Ball; Mrs.
Michael Lipsky, chapter president: Mrs. Mar-
vin Weinstein, cochairman; (s'.anding) com-
mittee members Mrs. Joseph Malek, Mrs.
Jerry Stein, Mrs. Marvin Stonberg, Mrs.
George Weiner and Mrs. Julius Sands.
Masked Ball Set
The Gulfstrc tm Chapter of W >m-
in's ORT will be holding a Mask d
Ball Fxtravag tnza on Halloween
Eve, Oct. 31, at the Deauville
Hotel, beginning with cocktail.-; and
hors d'oeuvers at 9 p.m.
'The starting hour is late in order|
that thosi who have little "ghosts
By ORT Chapter
and goblins" at home may ac-
them trick-or-treating,
and sti I be able to attend. "Be
Technion Chapter
Petite Luncheon
"Technion is a Many-Splcndored
Thins;" will be the theme whin
Miami Chapter, Women's Division
of the American Society for Tech-
nion members and friends met t
for a petite luncheon at the home
of Mrs, C raid Soltz, 7090 SW
79th St.. Friday, Oct. 30, beginning
at 10:30 a.m.
David Gicsser, Southern Region-
al director ol the American Tech-
nion Socii ty, the guest speaker.
will describe "The Magic of Tech-
nion." The Chapter, which spon-
sors student scholarships in order
to help provide the skilled tech-
nological manpower essential to
Israel's growth and prosperity,
will also Ii.- entertained by B n-
bara Gladsden, accompanied by
Rose Lei man. pianist.
Mrs. Martin Spector is the
group's president: chairman lot
the day is Mrs Ann Goldberg.
Mrs. Ann Wollmati is in charge
of reservations.
ny -ni p: ises for the rc\ s.
wives oi Surfside Mayoi Mar-
vin Weinst in, are. Beach Council-
man Norman Ciment, cochairmen
nj them trick-or-treating, ., D ,
.:', of the event pi n:se. Pro c Is of
this g ila a" ;: ii is open to
A lchl1 entertainment is prom- tno public, will go towards build-
I by the La M irs, a 21-piecc ing s boo In the war-ravaged
group including musicians, singers Middle Bast, Tick ts may be pur-
and dancers. At the "Witchingj chased at the Women's American
Hour." Midnight there will be ORT office, 924 Lincoln Road Mall.
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American Jewish Congress Chapters Meet
"Voting is Your Responsibility"
!s the topic of tho program that
The League of Women Vote g will
to the Point East Chapter
>f American Jewish Congress Wed-
i l p.m. in the Ai I
Craftn Room at 2893 Point ist
Dr. 'l he public is c irdi illy
att i
"R u< The IV .r! Wih '
Ji :-h Const N i
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Pat ty Rooi : 5f/*l
Collins Awe., Miami Beach at 1 p.m.
1 u sday, Oct. 29.
+ + +
"Arab Anti-Zionism" nil! be the:
I by Prof. Seym mr
Liebman, chairman of the i
:. Middle East :
i mi J ;h Federation,
; r.:: at th J.is-
;: Chapter of American Jewish
Con i sa Thurs lay, Oct. 29, a1
n the/ d Rood i
I.l-U.ti A\ Mi ni Bca h.
Chapl >r of A
ill hold its 1
rtinq it th Nor! i
i.-ni B--;ch hnmo of Mrs. Joseph]
Tipograph, 11T5 Miami Gardens
Dr., Apt. No. 4uT. Thursday, Oct.
29, ai 1 p.m. Th ill in-
. M -. Alex Meyer-
Florida Wo
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Jew L'h C ingresi
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D.C.
Th U.N. ty
he toi to he llscfl I b.\ AI
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E. ii. I of
nd
VV ishingl i I
S.u :ns and Loan Association, M -
iml Beach, a' th regular
oi the L u Wise Chapter of
t h
Algiers ii r< I, 2355 Col ns a
Tiiur- 29 I '
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Betty list in.us Engaged
To Randy />. Makovtky
m : : Betty List-
I [akovsky, the
and Mrs Irwin H. Ma-
U4 Prait:' Ave., Miami
i 1:, m announced by her
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob List-
I i | ooklyn, N.Y.
le-elect. a student at
I College, and her fiance, ;
presently in his second |
year ol medical school at Albert
i oil. go ot Medicine, are
planning a July wedding.
Si Delta Invited
All Sig Delts in the Miami area
to attend a birthday
I U-M's Alpha Mu Chipter
by tli-' Greater Miami
I a Delta Tau Alumni
I Saturday rrom noon to 3
i Vill ; P. >creation Cen-
te : sw 82n I St., and bring

Chapter Meetings Of B'nai B'rilh
Th.' nexl regular meeting of the
Coral Gables Chapter
11 will be held at the Secur-
ity Federal Savings and Loan As-
sociation, tiOTfi Suns-t Dr., South
Miami, Wednesday at 1 p.m. Jon
Meyer, president, will preside.
The Gold:i Meir Chapter will
hold its resuuar meeting at the
Washington Federal. 1234 Wash-
ington Ave., Miami Beach, Wed-
nesday at 12:30 p.m. with presi-
dent (Catherine Lippman presiding.
+ + +
Dr. David Raab, spiritual leader
of Temple Beth Raphael, will of-
flclate at th- installation of the
officers of Kil-it Ctnnfer Tuedav
at 8 p.m. in the Washington Fed-
or-l at 13'l \''->c>ii""i.in km
A mus'cal program his been
planned by Mrs. Ida Kovalsky,
program chairman. Hostesses for
th( evenin ; are Rose Ru'.n.n, R. nee
M 11 t, Eve's n Heiten and Belle
Hammer. Mrs. Faye Brucker,
president, will be presiding.
- +
Mrs. Ida Denmark and h daughter, Mrs. Nathan Cohen, will
sponsor a luncheon of Pione.-r
Women Club No. 1, at their home.
2402 Alton Rd., Tuesday, noon.
Proceeds will be used for the spirit-
ual adoption of children in Pioneer
Women's Day Care Centers in Is-
rael. Luncheon chairman is Mrs.
Jos >ph Krantz; Mrs. Benjamin
C; (hn is >',.;,l,.pt
Pictured at the recent installation held by Pinetree Chapter,
Women's ORT at the Eden Roc Hotel are (from left) Mrs
Robert Birenbaum, outgoing president; Mrs. Philip Stark,
installing officer; Miss Donna Stern, incoming president, and
Mrs. Stephan Schaffer, chairman of the day.
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Boa MrfgwUt

PRANK WEI8BERGER
Frank, the son of Mr. and Mi's.
im Welsberger, 67S5 SW 21st
t... will become Bur Mitzvah Sat-
day morning, Oct. 24, at Temple
: (Mom.
An1 eighth grade student at West
. ml Junior High School. Frank
- the violin in the school or-
?tra and is a member of the
Mitzvah club at ths Tempi'.
Mr. and Mrs Weisberger will
it the On:"; Shabbat following
:' Iday night n s.the Kid-
-h in the Temple Saturday, and
Ion at home on Saturday
In their son's honor. Among
nests \\: 11 be Flank's aunts.
Estate Khrilrh and Mrs. Her-
V. ild in, from New York.
(
r
..
MICHAEL ZAOON
S iturday, Oct. 24, during the
!0 a.m. services, Michael, the
Mi and Mrs. Harold Z i
NW 59th ("t. Hialeah, will
r Mitzvah at Temple
i Jacob
Michael, an i : hth grade stu-
t Palm Springs Junior High
hool, Is a member of its chorus.
Mr. and Mrs. Zagon will host the
leg Shabbat following services
iday night and a reception in
Social Hall following the cere-
ny Si turday.
rnal grandparents are Mr.
I Mrs Bernard C. W it -' >tn- of
irleston, W.V. Paternal grand-
ither is Mrs. Bessie Zagon of
o iklyn, N.Y.
HARRY MIZBAHI
ii rry Alan, son ol Mr. and Mrs.
3- iac Mizrahi, will become Bar
. zvah Si turday, Oct. 24. at
pie Emanu-El. Dr. Irving
1. hrman will officiate.
Harry is an honor student at
1 i Fisher Junior High School,
\ here he is in the eighth grade,
I d is :m active member of the
Student Council. He also is the
incoming president of the Junior
Congregation of Temple Emanu-
Guests will include Harry's
& andmother, Mrs. Preida Mizrahi,
ol Brooklyn, N.Y.
+
KEITH HECTMAN
Keith Kippy, son of Mr. and Mrs.
T niel Hectman "900 SW 21st St.,:
V II become Bar Mitzvah at Tern-'
j e Or Olom Saturday morning,
0 t. 24.
Keith, an eighth grade student
a- West Miami Junior High School.
h s served as Student Council rep-
i- sentative of his class.
Mr. and Mrs. Hectman will host
t Kiddush Saturday morning,
1 e Once: Shabbat on Friday eve-
ning and a reception Saturday
. rternoon in honor of the occasion.
K -nli's grandparents, Mrs. Clara
Cherry and Mr. and Mrs. Abe
K ctmnn. his aunt, uncle and
o isin, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hect-
n in and Scott from Chicago, 111..
v i :, among th" guests.
BRUCR 8HOLK
Bruce, son of Mr, and Mrs.
N nnin Sholk will celebrate his
J i Mitzvah Oct. 24 at Beth David
C ngregat Ion.
ti m d Beth David Re-
11; uus School fur seven years and
is ,n the eighth grade at Palmetto
J jiior 1 lijjh School.
\ congrejjatiorral Kiddush will
Fi ov, the servio s and Bruce will
In !!!-i-of-honor ,it a dinner-re-
' .on S.-ittftday evening.
; icsts from odt-of-town will in-
the eel l,i fill's grandparents.
_'* is. Sonia "ifcuji and Mr. Nathan
' hi.4 aunts and uncles.
Mr. and Mrf Donald Schat/.
f.l.l \\ SHANK
hi "1 Mr. and Mrs.
M rtin SharV of Miami Beach,
v .1 become Bar Mitzvah at Tcm-
pl< Menorah, Saturday, Oct. 24,
0 a.m. Rahbi Mayer Abram-
owitz will officute at the cere-
ii nies.
. mi. an eigmh grade student
Bt Nautilus Junior High School.
\>. I be honored at a reception and
idl ner celebrating the occasion
Saturday evening at the Algiers
Hotel.
ROBEBT OAYNOB
Robert Stuart, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Gaynor. will be-
come Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn-
ing. Oct. 24. at Temple Beth Shol
ran with Rabb| I.eon Kronish offi-
ciating.
Robert is a student in the B>tb
I Sholoni Confirmation Class oi 57 13.
PBEDRIC YOl'Mi
Fredric Steven, the son of Mr
and Mrs. Richard Young, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn-l
ing, Oct. 24, at Temole Zion with1
Rabbi Norman N Sraplro offici-
ating and Cantor Richard S. Br !>
! chanting the liturgy,
Mr. and Mrs. Young will host:
tlie Kiddush following "lie services
and a reeepton at the King-, Yacht
& Country Club in Fredric's honor.
Among the honored guests will,
be his grandparents, Mrs. Ruthj
KatZ and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Young-
entob.
MASK WEINFR
Saturday morning. Oct 24. inj
the Main Sanctuary of Temple >' I
Tamid. Mark Jaw the son of Mis
Bea Weiner and Joe Weiner, o:
785-84th St.. Miami Beach, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah.
Mark, a student at N I'Uiln- Jun-
ior High School and Ner Tamid
Religious School. plays violin and
serve- as a School library aide.
He will be honored at the Kid-
dush following the sew ices, and
at a reception Sunday. Oct. 25, in
the Algiers Hotel.
Out-of-town gre;ts will include
Mr. ami Mrs Max Weiner, his aunt
anil uncle from Brooklyn. N.Y.,
and Mai inn I.accitiello. from New
Jersey.
-h
MICHAEL (IOMOI.1NSKV
Michael David, the son of Mr
and Mrs. Ralph Gomolinsky. t'r_'72|
s\v 29th St.. will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday morning, Oct. 21, at1
Temple Beth Am.
Michael, an eighth grade student;
at West Miami Junior High School/
has played six years of baseball
with Flagami Khoury League.
Mr. and Mrs. Gomolinsky will
host the Oneg Shabbat following
the Friday night services at the|
Temple and a luncheon on Satur-
day at the Studio Restaurant in'
theii son's honor.
-f
MICHAEL TENENBA17M
Michael, the son of Mrs. Judy
Tenenbaum and Arthur Tenen-
baum, will be called to the Torah
as a Bar Mitzvah at 10:4!) a.m.
Saturday Oct. 24. at Temple Beth'
Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will
be officiating.
Michael is a student in Beth
Sholom's Confirmation Class of
r>7:',2.
HOWARD TAB!?
Howard, the son of Mr. and
M. B. Isidore Tabb. will observe j
his liar Mitzvah at Beth Torah I
Congregation Saturday, Oct. 24.
CRAM /INN
During the worship services at
Beth Torah Congregation on Sat- i
urday, Oct. 24, Craig, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. David Zinn, will i
celebrate his Bar Mitzvah.
MARC WEINBEBfl
Marc Bennett, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morton L. Weinberger. 7775
SW 125th Ter., observed his Bar
Mitzvah it Beth David Congxega-
I tion during the Saturday. Oct. 17.
worship services.
Marc is an eighth grade student
it Horizon School and has been
studying at Beth David five yean.
The celebrant was honored at;
the Kiddush following the services,
and at a reception and dinner in;
Spector Hall Saturday evening.
The guests of honor included Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Weinberger of
Miami Beach and Mr. and Mrs.
Max Scholler of Miami, his grand-
parents, and a family friend. Mrs.
Gudny Jonsson, from Reykjavik,
Iceland.
Robert Gaynor Michael Gomolinsky Marc Weinberger Bruce Sho/k
Honald Kronish Student
At Hebrew University
JERUSALEM "The opportuni- excellent In specil
ty to lake el;;sses in J, wish BtU-
dies at the university is something
I really look forward to", declar-
ed Ronald Kronish. 24, son ol Rab-
bi and Mrs. Leon Kronish i i Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach, a
si i lous-1 i kii : graduate st
Rcnald. who is pi-, sently on
dI absence from Hebrev i n
College in New York, plans to
study Judaica at the Hebrew iN i-
versity "i Jerusal m, a
the Hebri w Union Colli ge here.
This is Ronald's fourtli visit t<
Israel, but his first time here as
a married man. His wife, Amy. a
student of English Literature at
New York University, is now par-
ticipating in the one-year program K
sponsored by the Ann rican Friends
of the Hebrew University. At pre-
-' it. Ronald anil Amy. who were
married in 19(>9. live in a specia
dormitory for married couples in
the Kiryat Hryi m I suburb of Jeru-
salem.
When Ronald first came t"
Israel iii 1964, he s|Kni tlu1 sum
inn- on Kibbutz Kfar Menahem
He found it somewhat of a "closed
society" but readily concedes that
he may have been at fault, sinci
the language barrier made it dif-
ficult to communicate.
i -v is v II as til
i trij s to vinous I Ihc
til uni\ ei sfty In
ncral.h I n .- I
Michael Tenenbau
ber of overseas stu.'.ents "over-
whelming......I'he fact that 20
of the students are from abroai
proves that those who run Uv M
brew University mutt consider ii
the university i f the Jewish p
not only Israelis," says Ro
R ii lit g the future. R
mai ki d that part of his i
i imin : to Israi l w as
how v.. 'd like Ih ing In I
piipiHM
III
On the campus of Hebrew University in Jerusalem is Ronald
Kronish c! Miami Bsach, a graduate student there.
In 1966 Ronaid returned to Is-
rael as part of the Temple Uni-
versity Summer Institute with the
aim of learning more Hebrew. He
decided to extend his trip becausi
he had grown to love the country
and had not seen much of it Hit
first time. He enrolled at the Jacol
Hiatt Institute in Jerusalem, an
affiliate of Brandeis University,
and spent six months there study-
ing social science subjects related
to Israel, as well as Hebrew.
After graduation from Brandeis
University in 1968 with a B.A. <\>-
gree In Psychology, Ronald return-
ed once again for two months, ii
order to study Hebrew with an Is-
raeli professor in preparation for
bis entry into the Hebrew Union
College. In addition, he Wanted to
spend time with Amy, then his
girlfriend.
Comparing his third visit, after i
the Six-Day War with his previous '
trips. Ronald recalls. "It was fan- '
tastic and inspiring to see an un-
divided city". This time, Ronald
feels that people are "really fed-
up with the war and glad of the
cease-fire".
Both Ronald and Amy are pre-
sently studying in the special sum-
mer "iiplan" (intensive Hebrew-
language course) at the Universi-
ty; Ronald in an advanced class,
Amy in an intermediate one. Some
S00 oversea., students, most ol
whom come from North American
colleges, attend the ulpan. The
most modern techniques are utiliz-
ed; these include a language labor-
atory and special university level
tl KtS related lo Jewish Studies,
the humanities, the social sciences,
and the natural sciences.
Advanced students arc able to
take short academic courses given
by faculty members of the Uni-
versity. In addition, arrangements
are made for extra-curricular act-
ivities, both social and cultural.
The ulpan will thus enable its
participants to integrate more ful-
ly into the student body of about
15.00 students tome 3,500 of
whom are from abroad.
Ronald himself terms the ulpan
Central Jewish Library Reopens
n
The C h Library of
the But >au lev lucation
has now reoj :. I for the 1970-
1971 s >ason ic n ding t l .eonard
Zilbert, president of the Bureau
of Jewish Education,
The Library, which is open to'
the general public consists Ol unitsi
on Jewish fictioi. philosophy, Jud i-
ism, Bible F -- ils and Customs,
Rabbinic Law, S iciology, E luca-
tion, Biography, Jewish history,
-.n and Isra !. Martyrol gy,
lews in ih' United States, and
large sections of Yiddish and it -
brew publican hi-. Its large ref-
erence section h .- ben the basis
of considerable scholarly study
and publication in the community.
The Library now contains more,
than 14,000 volumes In Hebrew,
Yiddish and English, Recent addi-
tions to the Library include "Blow
Softly in Jerich >." by Ephri im Kis-j
hon; "Jordan Patrol," by Igal Lev:
"The Pledge- by Leonard S
'Thirteen Days." by Robert Ken-i
nedy; "Israel und -r Babylon and
Persia," by Pet R, Ackoyd; "The
Bunker." by Charles Goldstein;
"The Economy of the Israeli Kib-
butz," by Eliyahu Kanofsky, "Th
^ other new Hebrew and I
dish I) ioks.
Mrs. Anna Sintow is the Burr iu
Librarian. The Library Commit!
OTIS its n! Mrs. Joseph Alt I I
Dr. Sigmund Foger, Rabbi Morris
\. Kipper, Mrs. David Musk it, and
); Isaac Unterman, with Mrs.
'oseph Duntov serving as chair-
nan.
Events Scheduled Bv
Two CAR1H Chapters
Peshkin Chapter of Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital (CARIH.i will hold its
membership luncheon in the Pub
irant, 167th Street and Col-
lins Ave., at 11:30 a.m. Tuesd i.v.
The color film "Letter to Jerry"
will be shown at the luncheon.
which is free to all new members
Reservations may l>" made with
Jeannette Dunsky, Judith Herbert
or Margie Frank.
The Gift of Life Chapter is hold-
ing a games party for members
e ', it Da lei tnd Inn Saturday al
8 p.m. Lorber Chapter held its
annual President's Coffee at the
home of Mrs. John Green this
wei k under the ch lirmanship ol
Mrs. Sam Greenfeder. New mem-
Kidnapped and the Ransomed." bj hers w-re I.......ed In Mrs 3 i
Peter StUl;'The World of the Has-rnrris prcsidenl '
sidim, by Harry Rabinowitz, and iVVVsJsJ>J>JiUwulLAJ^^
WANTED
SHAMUS
to read Torah, willing to live in
area. Call Mr. Pitus between 8:30
a.m. and 9 a.m. 444-8562. Anshe
Imes Cong., 2533 S.W. 19th Ave.,
Miami, Ha. 33145.
WOMAN VIANTED AS
COMPANION
to elderly lady. Prepare one meal
*ily. Light duties, live in or out,
N. Miami area. Call 944-4994.
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Friday, October 23. 1970
?Jew #'*#? fhrkMan
Page 3 1
1.
Miami Happenings
Honorary Stcrekeepar First Clas<=. Bruc? A.
Menin, 7. son of Mr. and Mrs. Barry Menin,
\',2j Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach, accents a
proclamation from Acting Mayer cf Meirn-
politcm Dade County R. Hardy Ma'h^on
(LCDR, USNR Ret.). The document prcc'aiTis
Oct. 27, 1970 as "Navy Day" in Dade Coun-
ty. Also attending the presentation were,
(from lefi) Lcdr. William S. Culberson, M;arru
Naval Reserve Training Center, executive
officer; Capt. Winthrcp (Bob) Green. USNR,
president of the Naval Reserve Association
Miami Chapter; Capt. John Gilmore. USNR.
Naval Reserve Training Center Group Com-
mander; Capt. Hyman P. Galbut, USNR.
Navy Day chairman; Reid Lowe, president
oi the Miami Chapter of the Navy League,
and Rear Adm. Richard L. Poor, USNR. Ret.,
chairman of the Regional Convention of the
Navv League.
Ci lurs of Lebanon Hospital I
B t h n i v i
tic ball and dinner
iturii '
Dec. 1 li in the Fon-
i Hotel, its presid
ii:iiT.\ I.. Lexvis, has announced.
month!} meeting of the
Miami Palette CI ib will I
Fiesta Room of th
- 11 'i 1 Fi id ly, v. ith Leax er
I.. Qulros,
.!iid iiillcrj >xx i as the
Mrs. Frances (ioldstein,
li n(. h i- announci d Mr. dc
Quir is w il! demonstrate 10 tech-
of oil paintii
Robert L. i"i>ss. president of
the Ttllahnsaee Advertising. Fed-
eration, has been named director
of public affairs for the FlorldH
Bar. Mr, Foss obtained his
in Adx I li md P
lie Relations from Florida St
Unix ersity.
Ham Kantor has been reel"
lenl of Florida Children -
Wear Manufacturers' Guild; B
Frietlopfer is retaining his i>>
a-- it i president. and Br
Segal xv ill continue
- irer.
'I'll1' Five Stair mi-ms an schi
uled to ipear in the Flori la
xi mortal ( ollege tiym Fi id
.ii I I p.m., it has ii
announced. Tickets are on s
in the college. 1580 > WV 42i
Ave., M-l>l< North's Bookstore.
I!rii\\ ?is\ ill,. Druy Store, and .
Mantlns' Honae i Music, 159"
NW 27th A\e,
bituan'es
SPITIANY
This Week In History
THIS WEEK IN HISTORY ....
id x.irs Ann This Week: 19S0
l worldwide condemnation
i restrictions on Jewish
immigration into Palestine, trip-
)i i- u re Iidi n to a Jewish woman
Vviv.
lieu Dreyfus, who led the 10-
j fight to exonerate his broth-
pi C '. Alfred Dreyfus, died in
Paris at 73.
Txx i anti-Si mitic Rumanian
awaiting trial for collabora-
tion ii -:ii'ii disorders were de-
- me by a court and sen-
: asylum.
Vsch, the Yiddish plav-
i author, marked his
m Vii linn.
Society Honoring
Metro's Former
Mayor Chuck Hall
i forming Arts Soci tj
its 1970-71 si ason with


reception honoring
ipolitan Dade Count
Chuck Hall in the Play-
boy I'la a Hotel
Sunday, n lias
in en annoi
The Society,
which was be-
gun some seven
years ago bj
Paul LaPii i iv. a
concei i pianist
who came here
in 1958 from
Montreal, Can-
ada, where he
had been one ol
i ii, city's yo
- has been i pi
. ol integration. Ji st
; le influence ol
'i Athalie Range, the
n a iprovi da
ling themselves the
irons" Hi this mi I
ti latin that the
>' r Miami" be added
n whose

The German ambassador to Ihe
United States assured Americans:
"Hitler is not the voice of Ger-
many. Hitler's state mints do not
mean anything;. All the anti-Semi-
tic agitation will die down within
a few weeks. Ji \\ isli citizens ol
Germany will have their full
rights and be protected just as
any other citizi n, and Jewish bank-
era are as safe as any bankers .
The Jews have nothing to fear in
German) "
Dr. Waldcmar Mordccai Wolff
Haffkine, Russia: -born bai t< i io-
logist Who worked with Pasti ui
iseox 'i'! lolcra inocula-
tion, dii d rine al 70.
Arab pott ntates disc iss >l the
possiuilil "''federation
ling Trans-Jordan,
10 lean Ago tin >.....k: 1060
Israeli Prtn | Bi i i
rion xx-as reported i
ft! Ki I in i.rn1
the 195 i ol 1'
Ministi r Pinhas [.ax on.
A I .i.l' r of i
nil iv..i r's part; i lld for
1 ice and i tali foi fornv r mem-
bers i f the SS" "Hitler
mil his hi I'e'iir i iily brought
si ffei in-: to n illii ns of human
;, i spi cia ly upon the Jews,
bid also brought misery upon the
soldiers of the SS." An i x-SS
general said West <; rmany could
nol talk about democracy "as Ion]
as widoXVS if SS I. I1 rs are \
ludi ii from pel iits."
I):-. Hans-Guenther Seraphim,
Wcsl German historian, declared:
"In all my extensive studies of
Third Reich documents, I have not
found a Single ease where refusal
tu carry out a death order led to
serious punishment."
Her/I Press published the five-
volume "Compk tc Diaries of Theo-
lor Her/1."
The Israeli Ann;, disclosed thai
in the 1956 Sinai campaign it had
aptured 110 medium tanks. 350
Brrncars and half-tracks, 600
bazookas, 2,700 miscellaneous \e-
nicles, 6,000-plus units ol scmi-
itomatic rifles and machine guns,
139.000 motar sh< Us. 270.000 artil-
lery shells and 40 million rounds
if rifle ammunit ion.
I'HII.. BO. of Pine Tree fr XI II
nnssed nwas Sunday. Ht was ;i res-
nl> in ui' Miami !'. in li 10 yearn .x
in, inlii-r .a the Board of Director*
_nf Miami Philharmonic Society,
American Society of Composers.
Authors, and Publish) m He i- -in -
vlved bs In- wife Bx'elyn. one daugh-
ter Mm. Xormn Ili-tii. X.Y.C. two
grandsons Ml x V.C two brother* l^nnnld and
Maurice both "f Miami, Local ar-
rangement* under the direct I......<
Rivemlde i 'hapel,
Paul loPierre
al d-
age ni two,
n at tin
io i ro ;ram, which
his television ear...... at
, : ; ine. ,\s a member of
Alliance, he met many
rtsol state; he also interviewed
Critics on his Montreal
1 "our show.
and conductcir Ann
ntly in rehearsal
rmlng Arts Society
inaugural Brotherhood
i dulcd foi
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY POBLICAT,ON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT s-F THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-19103
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I.' ns /.\:v:/..\.
, Plaintiff,
, xiakiun v.\:v:/..\
Defendant
TO MARK IX ZICZZA
Rout, ns
Highland Mill-. Xe X'ork
I Vou. MAHIOX ZK/ZA are hereby
led that n Kill i>f Complaint for
Divorce linn been filed against you
and you are required in nerve ;i copj
i your Answer or Pleading In the
Hill nf Complaint on the Plaintiff's
I attorney, liOIIKKT li iniixs. t's-
i.H IRK 3.MI Lincoln IM Miami React .
I'l.e and file Ihe nrlirlnnl AiiBwer or
Pli adtng in the offli of ihe Clt I. ol
uil i'..mi on ..i before the
- 'h dl i of Vo> mber, 1 7 If you
fall i" a- no, juditmi l lij
v ill he taken ngalnst you foi n
in I ili mandi il ni the Rill of I
This notice shall be pub
each wii u for four ..... uti<
i THE JEWISH I'I i IRIDIAX
I >XE AM i i lltl IEREI i :ii Minmi,
iln- L'"ili da) ol i .
\ n I!i7 E n LEATHERMAX, C
I'll. Uil t'ourt, I lull '.llnlv Plorldii
Rj I. SXEKDEN
11. imi} ia. ii,
i i ml i '..nil s.
Ill iRERT II RfRXS
l.-.'i Uncnln Rd
Miami li, ach, Pla.
berkwits. Mary, 77. in.......in
It .XI.i: Rlveraldi
DIAMOND. Ri --i.. Pblili|)K, K0. ]::
s to inixi si i.i\in.
FRUGHTER. Rabbi MorrlK, "... -j.\
ICKpiinnla Way. M R Riveridde
GOLDBERG. Ann I.. lAK.'i JefferHoii
Avi M R Klattbi rp
KAMINSKY. IrvlllR. '. X IO li.MIl SI
Riverside.
LISS. MARY J.. i.7. IKK X.E -.ill
Ave \ Miami Rlaidjer*.
ROSS. Jean A IS, Mlj S.W. TTili
Ave Rl\i
SAMUELS. Mini:.,., i. -: Sill Tnml-
;i mi i 'anal Rd iordo.i. Int< i m< n I
Ml Slnal.
YANOWITZ. Xathan R, 71, -'- N E
12th Ave Rbixbera
ADLER. >: irKe, 7!'. iV!K t'nlliiiH Ave.,
M.I! Rlasl
BLOOMSTON. Rnwa Sll '.-I'. XXX
. e Ri\ erHide Interment M i
X.-r...
GYORl. Maria. 71, H>M S \\ tli A\
111. Ml Who
HESSEN. Ja> Robert, -'- 71: sj, ,|
SI M II Kn. i -nl.
MARC. Maurice. 7n !>2ll Hiij I ii M I:
Ith .i
PAGE, i iiniv, 71. -!: \\ .-' Ave., .XI II
Rlvi i-i.l.
RICE. David l SS, 17:". s \\ ji'Tili
SI Rlvi ruble
SCHEFFRIN. Rone, 7S, .:':: s \\ ::isi
<"i Riverttiile Interment Ml xvi.i.
SPITZER. Hnrry, 71 mi X.E iT'.ili
SI x M II I a.i
COHEN. Reuben, 7". 1."" \\. -i Ave.,
\l 11
LEVIN. .I., i. ... _'l".'.-. Broad I'auw-
u.iv x Miami i:i\iisnlf
LOTTO. Snmuel, SI, l".l X K "..'ml
SI RiviTHlde I ili rin.-in Mi Nebo.
OCHSTEIN, INil.. r. 72 illHI s i: 1 :-.::.I
Si x Minmi Rlverffide
RHODES. Rnym...... I'. ..i i-.|. Ocean
I ir \l It llliiHliera
SHAMRES. II llabrielle,
X.E ll'li ''i I \ 111 lull mi XI
S
ARTZ. X,|..ii -'. 7..I X Ah.in \ .
X. \\ .
BEARMAN. Esther, B7, I7J.11 N I!
tu Am Rlvei
BELKIN. Mi llii :-' .- v
ilon
DAVIS. Matilda II .....!H'i 11 i n
MR !: ,
11
GELBER. Jeffl \ JI. 111.'. X
SI Blanbers
GREENBERG. Knnnie, HI, IS1 Mel
Ian Ave xi R x. man
GREENFIELD. Albert 73. 13.....'
Una Ave M B Rlanl i m
HARRIS, Edwaril II 71 17s" X
IfllHI SI Rlvi I'M.I,
NEWMAN. Lillian. :'. IH.7!' foil
Av,- .mi: RIverHide
SALZBERG, Exther. 7 1. '.'I In X
L'i'i-I SI !.. ii I
DUBNER. In Howard B. 2, "
S XV iL'ml 'I', i Cordon. Inl,-i in.
All X.l...
FORTUNOFF. l.oulK. 7 I
I"' Al 11 llln.-l.iri;
GABRIEL. IV-.-,. 7S, I".7 I'. .,,-
van In Ave., Al IJ Xew man.
HUEBSCHMAN. Bather, l'l"l
Raj Harbor Dr. Rlv, r.-nl.-
KOREN, I ..in-. 7n. ...... Raj I "' Al
ItR .-ni.. int. rm< rn ah x.....
PENNER. Rone KM S.'.n Xi. th .-
.XI. 11. I:.,, i -ni. In term in A
SI n i 11
ROSENBERG, Al.nv KI ISmi iv,.. |;
Al ii I: i \, r 111,
SEIDEN, Ji all, 52. II -" S .
Hnlliindale I v In Inien ent A
Sinai
EDELMAN, l.illlnn. hi. I2III .'..
In M II Ri\
GOLDBERG. Btta. 77. 7'. I'url
Ave Hi --!.. ra
KRAMER. Knther, K, 3X01 t'olli
-X\. \l I: X.u man
PALETZ. l-a.l..n. -ii I...... I'ollins Av
.xi II lior.....i
SPITALNY. Phil, Rll I T
In-.. M.ll I' .
TAYLOR. Kn) Mntx,
Sixth Ave liivi
ROSENBERG. IJIIlii i; |
II. I.. in In Al II X.u in.in
WEINSTEIN. Rae. t A
I'.lMil
DEVORE. I.l.i R -. M H Ith.
FRIEDENSTEIN. Man I74H >
rldlBII Ave Al II Rlvi i- ib
SCHLEIDER. Alb rt. Mb
gg n Ave AIH
COHEN. n-.:ir. 123* Mieliltrall A'
Al li Rlai I i
miller. Harrj "< linn a
Al II Rlvervlde
PECKERMAN. I...in-. ... I i'.,l
Dr All: Ri>. rxhh
BROOK. Tlllle. Rlven Ml X.l...
' Hour sh
UPierrea
currer
'"' its
1
, ,':, -' In the Playboy
Theatre, invitations for
^through any
lh' Society's
i
Pf'Sbers will
second annual
ls Night," during which the
*rs will reci lw awards for
wnding P. rformanees
M.'l"""r "' their
-Jil ii -
11 February.
M. Jay Berliner, Coral Gables
attorney and public relations
counselor, has been named to
serve as chairman of the Jewish
Sunday, War Veterans 75th Anniversary
' Committee for Florida. Current-
ly serving as second junior vice
commander of the Department
of Florida, Mr. Berliner, a chart-
er member of Murray Solomon
Post 243, has been active in
JWV work for more than 20
years.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XiiTli'l-: IS HEREBY ftlVKN
he uinli'i'-iKinii. deafrlng to enaraK1 In
.ii-ii..-- under the fictitious nairn ol
lili 'lixwxi D JBWEI.ERS al s. \
bold Arcade, Miami, Florida Intend*
in register aald name with the Clerk
of ihe Ctroull I'nuri nf I lad,- Countv,
Florida,
K.-iai.- rn' Joaeph Bttchwald
lt\ Janet Buchwald, AdmlnlHimtrlx
i i.Ail ii: i. EICHEI.
Attorney for Applicant
.. \^. -i Plaftler Street
Miami I'll.I i.l.i
I" 23-30 11 -l3

M-ml .-r-
Natli.i i'i
Dlrei
Floi Ida Fu
Director Xssn.
J.KH A
865-2353 V
720 ttttllf fi"!! Hl*t)
C i C W
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GELB
MONUMENTS NC
Open litry Day Cloird Sabbat'-
140 SW 57th Ave MO 1-8583
Mian .i'i Only Strictly Jew.sh
Monument Dealer '
B t n
honor x^ ill
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
xn-i'i.-K is ni-:Ki:itv qivicn thai
the undersigned, dealiins i engage In
I'li-im-ss- under the fictitious name of
HAlii.irs im.aza ai BJ3 Blltmore Way,
Coral Qablaa, Florida Intends to rafr-
Istei said name idi lh Clerk ..f the
i 'ii. mi Court .a' I lade Count). Floi Ida
11X111 ES PI X/..\ I'i Uil'i iltA'I'll i.X
lly: (leorice Doldhloom, Secretary
I in II x i:n a tlROSS
xin.i in \.- for ilables Plasa
i 'orporatlon
i.'i". I.in- i.In Road
Miami Beach, Florida
I" 2S-30 11 B-13
EMANUEL GORDON-1946
HARRY GORDON 1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
v^/onion j-uneral owe
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flay, October 23, 1970
JmHti mfartdltoin
Page Il-B
LEGAL NOTICE
THE C0UNTY~JUDGE'S COURT
.Land for dade county.
FLORIDA-IN PROBATE
No. 70-3793
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
,.,.; K .-----------1
, m HER
\Ylo'',1''''''~ ""' A" ''''s,,n- Hv-
(iilms or Demand* Against Said
notified .ind
I
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLCRIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-18199
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
\.\>A PI OI.IESE,
Plain I Iff,
IEG.-I NOVICE
J >SHPH PT'CLIESE, II!
I >.fi iidant,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 70-16186
AMENDED
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
l.l t'KNKR MORELUS,
Plaintiff,
"Jl hereby notified and re- TO: JOSEPH PI'OLIESE, JR.
red '" present any claims ami de- L'H-Ti; 29th Si.
d> which you "'ay have against Astoria, New Vork
..,.,-. ,i IDA MAFKEli de- ^u. JOSEPH PI'OLIESE, JR,
iciiiii.ii v-m, ami yofl ,.,. required to ,1
1 S,M-V......rtVo of ...... ... **?
i,.., ..f Dade County, Florida- [hereby nnt|flwl thai a
I.. i;uiii> -luilns of l^e,. County. ;)dii1nt 'fiw Drvnre, 1.;
tin- in duplicate as 11171^
.,,, ::::; 16, Florida st.-u-
il r offices in the -iflhousi Pad.- County, Florida.
. mlar months from the
Aral publication hereof,
will be barred
ill .Miami, thin l.'.th flay
', 1' 1970.
< rllda Levlne
.\- Executrix
v...i ;.ih u .in..ii of this notice on
i, vi dm "i ictober, 1970.
MYBK6. K MIAN'. PoKTEK
ISOX a KEN IN
I for Bx< .utrix
Street, .Miami. Fla
10/23-80 ll '6-tl
I-all of
I., .
Ill v \NDCZAR MORELUS,
dant.
TO ADA .win-/. \i: MORELCS
lem Unknown
V'ir ARE HEREBY notified
,.;V;-;;;i;;a.n, for Divorce
are
>m-
llial
been
and Job nrc hcri -
serve a ,% of y.,ur'Ai,-w..r or Plead- j 1* T"iuir,d to serve rf .-,,,,v of vour
Hill of Comnlaiiil ,. ,i. *?.Twfp "r 'h.er Pleading to the Com-
HU,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
v-rid. IS HEREBY dlVEX that
.. undersigned, desiring to entente in
|b>nitn under Hi- fictitious name of
lCJMCA 1NFANTII, NUNEZ CAR-
tauN al S.W. ili St. at 3th
|i in- n. tin City of .Miami. Florida.
jin-nil." I register said name with
[. Clerk ihe Circuit Court of bade
County, Florida.
Imted mi. Florida, this 16th
dai nl ictober, 1970
> >n tHKMENT SPECIALIZED
i- i.VSI l/TANTS. INT.
?MI. I w !'V. IIEILBY A BARTEL
Ml for Applicant
Vmei Iran Rank Building
Florida JS131
i" 21-30 ii 8-13
. THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-3475
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
|| IX Z1 I'KKKMAN.
I
in rn .i mi Persona Hav.
e I>i mends Agalns! Said
- ,
not Ifled and re-
irr>i to inj .Linn- and de-
i may have iigalnsi
I laleof XI \X &CCKERMAN de.
>mI Mi f D id< County, Florida,
udgea of Dade Coun-
n nme In dunllcate and
'' v "on 733 16, Florida
luiutoa, in iHeir nffleea In the Cnun-
C nrtl II In Dadi Cnuntv, Flor-
i. within -i\ ralendar montha from
ublication hi re-
' 'ti..... n III hi barred,
Bated Miami Florida, this |Stli
I of October, A I> 1970
RITH U BISKNFE1 D
' AI'RA .1 VBLON8KI
A* Vdminlstratrlces
PUl lleal rhU ii,.ii
IHth jJMKI.. rUMIERS, LORBERA
wy for Adminiatratiicei
nit.ln II.....
Ida 331.19
10 16-21-JO 11/6
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
| FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3460
I NOTICE TO CREDITORS
He nl
'lA KAXDEL,
.-.I.-..I
ICredltnni md .Ml Persona llav-
"u,n" '' mi.....s AfahiMi said
l in- notice shall be published once
each iiwii Tor four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH PIORIDIAN
l>XK AMI oxnERKD at Miami,
'.,-',; ''' "lls ,lay "f October al.
'e, I! I.KATMKIIMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, DudnCountv Florida
By: l.. SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
() ir.-uii Curt Seal)
Ri >hi:i:t ii burns
jfiO i.iiu-oh- i;,i
Miami Beach, Florida
ah..1 ,n y for Plain I Iff
) i 16-13-30 11 6
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
.VOTICE is HEREIiV RIVEN thai by
v ii-ui.. ,i Chapti ..:- Florida stat-
utes Annotated P19411 Warehousemen
an.l Warehouse Re.elptD wherein
\l'F VAN links a Florida corpora-
tion by virtue of Its warehouse Hen
has in it- possession Ihe following de-
scribed property
Peed Household goods > ihe nronertv
pi BERNARDO BAI.DOR whose lust
known nddreom ivns .:.". 7". si Apt. I.
Miami Beach, Fin. and Dml on Ihi 8th
day of Nov., l!.T'> during ill. legi |
lour- of m|e, miiiiiv between 11-00
forenoon and -...n in ihe aften.....n nl
^'l.tis N.W. ^4Hi Avenue, Miami, Flo.
rid.i the undersigned shall offer for
sale to the highest bidder for cash In
hand the above described
of BERNARDO BAI IK ill
Dated nl Miami. Florida. Ih
day of October, 1970
in
propi i ly
is Ulli
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
the in .1,1 signed, )1
business under in.
ii
on
t'ARAMBLOfi El
S v\ S St. Miami
register -aid nnmi
ihe Circuit Court
Florida.
JUAN M ii|.l\'.\
(owner)
l" 16-23-30 n 6
siring to ngagi
fictitious name -i
ARTISTA. at 2961
Fli rlda Intends to
with the Clerk of BBme
ol Had- county, :,-llr,
in uit i "ourl Seal)
E B I.EATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit court
By: C P. COPELAND
___________ l" ii-u-iM-in
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
Case No.70-17552
NOTICE OF SUIT
ADELINE N. KUTTLER,
Plaintiff,
ROBERT T. KUTTLER,
Ii. fendiinl.
T( ROBERT T, KUTTLBR
323 \oriii West Highway
Palatlm Illinois
YOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an a,-ii..n for divorce has been
filed against you in the above-styled
Curt, and that you are required to
serve ;.....py of your Answer or Plead-
ings, if any. lo it. on Ihe Plaintiff's
Attorneys, FRANKEL ft AVRACH,
P.A., Suite 23 i, 41'" Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida, 33139, and file
the original uitii the Clerk of the
above-styled i', urt on or before the
_':i I day ,.i November, 1970; otherwise
i iudgmenl may !> entered against
\ "ii for the relief demanded In the
Complaint.
V\ ITNESS my hand and senl of
-in,l curt on ihe lstii ii.iv of Si*ptem-
970
B B. LEATHER9IAN
'1. r',. cii. uit Courl
Had. i 'ounl %*. Florida
By: l. SNEEDEN
Deputy Clark
'I"In int i'ourl Seal)
l" : -:::.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
n husiners under the fictitious name
of COLONIAL BOOK SHOPPE ai
;.;, Arthur Godfrey K.l Miami Beach,
Fia 33140 int.-nds to regislei said
with the Clerk of (he Circuit
f Dadi County. Florida
IN THE COUNTY J JDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 7C-3472
in RE: Estate of
RAE VVEINSTEIN
I!.-, e tsed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* .....I All Persom Hav-
ing claim.- or Demands Agalnsl Said
E tali
You are hereby notified and re-
quired In present any claims and de-
mands which you may hav, against
Hie estate of RAE VvBINSTEIN de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida
to Hi. County Judges of Hade County,
mid file Ihe same in duplicate and a-
provided In So tion 733 16, Florida
Sintulea, in ihelr offices In ihe Coun-
ty CoartluJuse-fnvDeste^bunty, FlorJ
da, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or ihe same uiii uet>arre
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 28th
day of Septi mber, A D, IMO.
I'll'l IF KATZEN
. o FRANKEL* AVRACH, P.A
120 l......oin Road, suite -.'.'in
Miami Beach Florida 33139
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
Hie 2nd day ..r October, W70
FRANKEL AVRACH, P A.
Attorneys for Administrator
4"0 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Plot Ida 3S139
10 2-9-16-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-625 Dowling
IN RE: Estate of
ELLEN A. WALCH, aha
ELLEN OATES WAI.cn,
I.....eased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given thai I
have filed my Final Report and Pe-
tition for Distribution and Final m--
charge as EXEC1TR1X of the es-
tate of ki.i.kv A. WALCH aka
ELLEN OATES WALCH, deceased:
and thai on tin .ah daj of Novemb-
er, 1970, Mill apply to the Honorable
County Judges of Hade County, Flo-
rida, for approval of said Final Re-
port and for distribution and final
discharge as BXECCTRIJC of the -.
late ..f the above-named decedent
Tins 28th day nl September, 1970,
EVELYN FCCE. Exei utrix of the
Estate of EI.LEN A WALCH, aka
ELLEN DATES VV Mill Dei-eased
WALLACE N. MAER
Attorney for Executrix
10.1 Biscnyne Building
Miami. Fla. 33130 Phom 179 2671
III 1I-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious I ifi
of 9120 WEST BAY' HARBOR W'Ts
at I!::.', Kan.- Concourse, liny Harbor*
Islands, Florida 13134 Intend lo reg
later said name with the Clerk i-t
the Circuit Courl of Dndi Com
Florida
Sylvestet DlSta
l on.- 1 i. nol.-i
Bi i n.n d K'ruth '
i 'nesar P Kimmi t '
i'M\ii:i i.im;i:i:s,,i..i.i:i:i:i: &
SIIK.\K.\IA.\
Attorney)* faff Appll) auts ,,
'Hi 16-23 :. :
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA No. 70-3637
FLORIDA
in i:i: Estate of
FREDA NEWALK,
I ii. cased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
You am required within ; calsndi.
months from the first publication
this Notice lo file iii ihe above Conn
in Writing, under oath, and in ilurih
ate, any claim or demand which yt
hav.- or claim to hav,- against the
Estate of FRBDA NEWALK, di
ceased, otherwise same will l.e Inin-..,
BERNARDS. KAPLAN, Executor
First publication October 23, 1970.
10 23-30 II ;->
are h
to pm
rh icli
ii by
notified and re-
claims anil di -
i in.i v have agalnsl
1 'i VRCIA KANDBL de-
r I>ade County, Florida,
, .....I Dade County.
m. in duplicate and a*
." '' 738.16, Florida
' in the Cuil-
<* mm : Bade County, Ftor-
idar months from
.,, -:> publication here-
in b. barred
this 28th
,l
', at Miami, Florida,
\ U 1970.
BAZEI. KSBN
, Ah F\. cult i\
' "f mi. notice
' r, 187a
* hi
:
palej llldg
utrix
Miami. Fla.
1" 2-9-16-ir
SflSPV.*.! C0URT OF THE
V" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
NO FO'- DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA
.S ?0-14366
NOTICE OF SUIT
>IRHJK;,T,,.ER.M"V,Ca
jBAX, inc., a Florida
tf.'
^S,.'i '::; -"MAN and
M< LIMITED,
u-'d !'. '.'," '".'""r">ed under
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-18243
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JFAN'ITA DIANE CROAK,
Plaintiff,
RICHARD EDWARD CROAK.
Defendant
TO: RICHARD EDWARD CRIIAK
o:'l W. Baltimore i Vpt 3)
1-iis Vegas, Nevada Vina
you, RICHARD EDWARD CROAK
are hereby notified that Kill of Com-
plain! for Divorce his been filed
agalnsl you. and you are required lo
serve a cop} r your Answer or Pli id.
Ing to the Fall of Complaint on ihe
Plaintiffs attorney, IJ ROVER CI-
MENT WEINSTELN A STAI'BER
PA.. 850 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach,
Florida and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
ol the circuit Conn on or before the
17th day of November. 1970. if you
fail to do so, juilgmi nt by default
"ill be taken agalnsl you for Ihe rellel
demanded in the uni ..f Complain!
This notice shall be published once i
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDLVN
MONE AN'Ii ORDERED at Miami.
I lorlda, this Mli day of October \ ii
1970.
B K LEATHERJIAN Oi rk
Circuit Court, Dude County, Florida
By: I.. SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
tCiri-ult Court s. al i
tlROVER CIMENT WEINSTBIN &
STAIKEU. P.A.
3S0 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney! for Plaintiff
1" 16-28-30 ll 1
RAMONA LISA BOOK STORE, INC.,
a Florida corporation, sole owner
President: Ramona B Horwlts
LEON A. EPSTEIN, Esq.
Attorney for Applicant
i.o Lincoln Road
' Miami Boach, Fla. 33139
in 16-23-80 11-6 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
. undersigned, desiring to engage
in i.ii Inesf under the fictitious name
JAN'S Cl'TLER IU1 IE THAI "TV 8A- |
1.) iN \- BOUTIgUB al 10867 Carib-
bean Boulevard intends to register
.aid name with l>,e lerk ol the Clr-
u.t Courl of Dad.- County Florida.
JEFFERY ENTERPRISES, INC.
10867 Caribbean Blvd.
MARVIN ROSS FRIEDMAN
Vttorney for Jcffery Enterprises, Inc.
3737 S H'. bih Street, Sun.- 109
10, lli-::i-30 11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
th. undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of THE OCEAN HATE MOTEL and
APARTMENTS at 9S51 and 9S60 Collins
Avenue, Surfslde, Miami Beach, Fla
83IS4 Intends to register said name
\'.uh the Clerk of the circuit Courl
>f Dadi i 'nuntj Florida.
9851 ciiins Avenue Corp.,
a Florida corporation
by: Charlei Evans Hughei President
LEON A EPSTEIN
Attoi ney for owner
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
1" 16-23-80 ll-ii
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No. 70 A 1283
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
NATHANIEL W SIEOEL holder of
Count] Tax sal.- Certificate No 2611
issued the ::i-t day Of Mae, a d
1968, hup tiled same In my office, and
has mad.- application for a tax deed
to he Issued thereon. Said Certifi-
cate emhri.....s the following described
properly in the County of Dad.- State
of Florida, to-wlt:
Lot 22 Block '. Pin,diurst. Plat
Book l Page ITT in ihe County of
Dad,.. State .f Florida. This deed
will l" Issued subject lo all other
outstanding delinquent City of
Homi-st) ad taxi and liens and
19T0 County taxes and City of
Homestead t.t-.es and liens.
The assessment of said property und-
er the said certificate was in the name
of: FRANCES B. HOLMES Ai w W
C. HOLMES.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty described herein will he -old lo
the highest bidder for cash al the
Courthouse door on the first Monday
In the month ..f November, 1970,
which is th.- 2nd day of November
1970,
Dated this 28th day of September
1970.
F F. LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk of circuit Court,
Dade i 'ounty, Florida
By: i' F ODLDSTRAND, DC
(Circuit Court Seal)
____ I" 2-9-16-23
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-18573
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SI'S an CAM. LEWIS SADAR,
Plaintiff,
I \ s
CAR? I II >WI<: SAI lAR,
Di fendant. '
Th i;.\m Ll'DWIR s \d.\i:
* o Ludwlg .1 Sadar
".!-'.". Po Way
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 13201
VI >V. OARY Ll'DWIR SAI 'Al:
hereby notified that a Complaint fi
Divorce has i.....n filed agalnsl yot
am! you .it".- required to serve a ...p.
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Comulaint on the Plaintiff's attorn.-.
BAXTER A. FRIEDMAN Is?", N I
163rd Street, North Miami Ri .
Florida 88162 and file th.....'Igin
Answer or Pleading in th. ifflce
ih. Clerk of ihe circuit Court on .
hefori th.- 20th day of Novembe
I97n. if you fail i.- do s. judgme
bj default "ill he taken agalnsl yo.
for ih.- relief demanded in the Con'-
plalnl
This notice shall be published on.
. ii.-h week for four consecutive weel
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
!" INE AND (1R1 lERED at Minn
Florldu, this i::ih day of October A 1
i '.'?'
i: B I.EATHERMAN, Clerk,
in uii Court. Dade County, Florida
By: )' F i 'i >PELAN 11
I i.'puty Cl.rk
H ir, nil i "ourl Seal)
BAXTER .v FRIEDMAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
1ST". N F. 163rd Sir.-. I
North Miami Beach, Florida
1" 16-2S-70 11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTR'E IS IIF.KFKV RIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring .....ngage In
husinest under the fictitious name ol
I'l.A FRUIT PACKERS ..- SHIP-
PERS ai 6608 Ban Vicente, Coral
Rabies, l-'la inter,!.- i,, register si Id
ii.mi- with the Clerk of ih,. Circuit
Courl of Dole Count;. Florida
ANNAI'.EI.I.K. K KATZ
In :':.-::. |
Bahama islands
bit
Ini
d,,| ,|
I I
W HBRBBY NOTTFTED
l Interpleader has been
you, and you nPe r,..
copy f v,,ur writ.
\v.|'11"^", " TALI-
ih.,s) '.*' Ao"eT for
'"." address Ik 41111 I in
1","'; "each. Florida 33L139
l'v.--ui'",: y}> he Clerk
'a i, November IffTo;
ns, ^.".f",-" may '.. en-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATd
No. 70-3638
in RE: Estate of
CIS SII.VE-K
I deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 70-18012
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
U 11,1.1AM KINO,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARIA D. KINO,
I I."'. nd,ml.
TO: MARIA <: KINO
987 Prince Predi rick Road
King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
YuF. MARIA C KINO, a., hereby
ittfted thai a Complaint for Divorce
has been filed Rfalnst you. and you
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
i No. 70-3585
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
.JOSEPH BCCHWALD
j Decease d
To ah Creditors and All Persona Hai
mi-- Claims or Demands Aeuinsl Sal
i: late:
Vou are hereby notified ami >
quired io present any claims and di
I ni.mds which vou may have agnlns
the estate of JOSEPH Bt'CHWALDdi
.,>.-., laic ol Dade County, Florldi
to the County Judges of Dade Count.'
and file ih.- same in duplicate as pro
vlded in Section 783.16, Florida sun
Utes, ii th.ir office* in the Count
Courthouse In Dado County. Finn.I.
within -i\ ralendar months from th
inin ,,f th,. rirsl publication hereo
or ihe sum.- will he barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
day of i ictober, AD. l'.iT".
Janet Buchwald
As Adniinislrati i\
Flrsi publication of tins notice
tin :.:..,I day of October, 1970
CLAI DE I. EICHEL
ATtorni j for Administratrix
2S \s Flagll r St Miami. Fla
In 23-30 :'
i.eTi97n,orW"' ""

I-, ',r';"l 'ourt
lisi SNKEDE-V
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav- "r'' required lo serve a copy of your
in*- Claims or Demands Against Said Answer or pleading to th.- Complaint
Estate: for D.voice on the plaintiffs attorney,
10/23-30 11/6
-13 !
Y.u are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claim- which you
may have against the estate of CIS
SILVER deceased late of Dad. iVun-
ty. Florida, to the County .Indc, of
li.ole County, and file the same in
diipltenie and as provided in Section
733.16, Florida, Statutes, in their of-
fices In the County Courthouse in
Dade County. Florida. within six
calendar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 5th
day of October. A.D. 1HT0.
THBLMA BOWER
As Administratrix
First publication of this- notice on
the 16th day of October, 1970.
PAUL KWITNKY
Attorney for Estate of Cis Silver
20 Lincoln Hoae
i0/16-23-30 11/6
RONALD L. DAVIS, ESQ., 417 Bis-
cayne Building, 19 w. Fuurler street,
Miami, Florida 83180 Phone: :;t:i-
L'v'.l. and file the original Answer or
; pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Cir.ui: Courl on or before the I3ih
day of November, 1970. if y..u fail to
d...... fudgmciii by default uiii be
taken agalnsl vou for Ihe relief de-
manded in the i 'nmpUuiii for Divorce.
-This NOTICE shall be published
in. f^ji w.el, for four consecutive
weeks in the Jewish fi-huid-
IAN
laiNE AND ORTERED at Miami.
Florida, tin- 5th day of October, 191.
E li LEATHERJIAN, Clerk
Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: C. P. COPEI^AND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
10/t-U-il-M
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-19118
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ADtH.Fi i I,. ROMAOOSA,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
MIRBLLA ROMAOOSA
Defendant.
TO: MlUEI.l.A ROMARi >8A,
1.',-L' Locust.
Pasadena. California
You. MIRBLLA ROMAOOSA, are
hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed |
against you, and you are required to
serve o copy ,,f your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney WALLACE
N MAElt. tOB Biscayne Building, in
Weal Flagler Btreet, Miami. Florida.
3:11311 anil file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of ihe clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
"Tth day of November, I87, if you
fail 10 do SO, ilideni.nl by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief deman./d I'ii the itiii of Com-
plaint
This notice -hail be published once
each week f,>r four consecutive weeks
iii THH JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN.
i; Jt l.EATHKHMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Da.o> rAuunty, Florida
By: c P. COPKI.AND
l-HUU Clerk
(Circuit i "ourl Seali
WALLACE N MAKR
4r. Biscayne Building
Miami. Fla.
10/23-30 11/6-13
CORRECTED
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COUHT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA INAeib FOR
DADE COUN
IN CHANCR
No. '.O-H
SUIT FOR DI .
HBI ha i: i i.\Di:.M.VN
Plaintiff,
,Ulo/ti.;,,,,xl,,:^
TO: JAMES B 1-INtlEM ,V
4500 North 2nd sti1 .Co. x ,:;
U.ckiord. IlllnoA ,,,??.
Vou, JAM EH K I.lXl.iJit.'X. .,,
ler.hy notlfldl ihat.iv Uill-iof Com-
haa ^p. n filed
"u are ri quln i
your Answer m
ilaint oi
____VDf.NI.
Ilaieah. Florida
h
plaint for Dlvon
agalnsl you, and y
to serve a copy of
Plesdillir lo Hie
the I'laniiiifs att
I"" Hlal.ah Drlv
:,......."" ">'-. 'i ran all. I |,,||,,..
and file the original .fffXT'/ l>ll>'"1
ing III the office oTtSillfll* of ihi
Circuit Curt on or before the 24tl
day of Nov. mlu r, 1s7
do mi, Judgment b]
taken agalnsl you for the relief de
!*3TuT'
the 24tl
I "fail |.
will bi
mantled in
This notice -hail WAMKhed once
nil Week lor four onsettMlvc waeks
In THE JEWISH FI.omniAN
D"Ni: AND OKDEr&D at Miami
Florida, this 20th das' of Octobei
A.D. IMO
E K I.EATHERJ6JAN, Clerk,
Circuit curt. Dade County, Florida
Bi : C. ill KIDMAN"
'".*
(Cir,.i, Curt Set
PALI- ViU'N'C,
400 Hialenh Drive .o
Hialeah. Florida JI9m"
AtU.riii.v tot Pluinti^g^
'T|upfl-23-.'IO 11/n-1



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LEAN GROUND CHUCK 89
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