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

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining WE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
iume 43 Number 44
Miami Florida Friday. October 30, 1970
Two Sections Price 2C -
Bombs Rock
Rochester
Synagogues
-71.!:. N.Y. Two
igogucs the Light
'. :. phardlc Center and
i sholom were
bomb i lasts early
. windows in near-
n shattered by
li Beth Sholom, the
limited to a small
.;.. b ;t Rabbi Solomon
hhen ted that repairs to
|. g |c r. i.ii- would cost
rtwecn $4 ."TOO ami $50,000.
Police Commissioner John
Liastcrclla said no motive hail
been established for the attacks,
vhich ai pi ared to be part of a
itcd campaign. Similar
Explosions damaged two store-
rches with Negro con-
xrogati vend public build-
ngi ai private home 15 days
Ejjrlli main post office
a county office build-
fcdi ral office building
veri the Oct. 12 targets.

Nixon, Meir, Gromyko Debate
Started
By Riad
Address U.N. Assembly
UNITED NATION'S (JT7
1 .. mi i ting w :' i
S : t For< ign Mil isti r Ai
Gromyko at the Whiti Hi
u nl Nixon wint to Mew
York last week in an effo
resolvi tlv current U.S.-S
deadlock over thi Middli I '
at tin United Nations General
Assembly.
Mr. Nixon, ir. his address to
that body, appealed for a con-
tinuation of the Middle East
ei asc-firc agree ment and for the
"building" of peace in 1 :at
troubled ana with Big Two
support.
"The Middle East is a place
today where local rivalries are
Intense, and where tile vital in-
terests ol the United States and
the Soviet Union are hoth in-
volved." Mr. Nixon declared.
"Quit<- obviously, the primary
responsibility for achieving n
peaceful settl menl rests on the
i atlons "! the Middle Easl them-
selves. ','.,' in this region In par-
ticular, it is Imperative that the
two major powers conduct them-
selves so as to strengthen the
forces ol peace rather than to
Strengthen the forces of war."
"it is essential that we and
thi Soviet En ion join in efforts
toward avoiding war in the Mid-
dle East, and also toward devcl-
ci] ing a climate in which the na-
tions of the Middle East will
learn to live and let live." the
President said. The latter phrase
was seen as a plea to the Arab
states not to seek Israel's de-
struction.
Israel's Prime Minister Golda
Meir. who had addressed an
earlier session of the General
: mhly, chiiicd the United Na-
;i for its inability to help
Tanks Being Traded
For Softer Stand?
WASHINGTON -
The L'l I States may be
tradini irms to Israel for a
: Egyptian vi-
ol: ,i. the Suez Canal
stand-' -.-fire Bgree-
n
i i hi re believe that
the '-" S n ive, or at leasl
Its at this time.
vi i last ditch effort
Ing peace talks
dn, They rea-
son t I could hardly
arcApt n< a arms .net t
thi time resist U.S.
back down on its
ond't'on for returning to
111 -' flo 1 Jarring talks.
i\teu.h;e\ce chief charges
40-50 Batteries
In Truce Zone'
Tl :. AVIV (JTAl The chief
of Israeli intelligence has charg-
ed that there arc about
Russian ti nd technic
In thi 32-m Suez Canal stand-
zone in flagrant violation of
the Aug. 7 true .
According to Gen. Aharon
Yariv. the Russians are mann ng
SAM-3 anti-aircraft missile bat-
teries, which comprise about on -
third of the 40-50 operational
Wfcea the First National Bank cf Miami made Florida's
a^.es' s:r-?1e purchase ol Israel bonds recently, a check for
VO.0C0 v.-as presented to Michael Litvak (right), director of
JIsrael Bond Organization, J. B. Shumate, executive vice
\den<. (left) and Stephen H. Barnett, the bank's economist
nancial advisor. The purchase was announced at the
\
je Be:h Sholom-Israel Dinner of State where James M.
n was
'as honored.
missile batteries installed In the
- nd-st!ll truce zone by the
Egyptians after the cease-fire
: into efiect.
(; n Yariv said the operational
ii s are primed with some
;*00-4f0 missiles and that Egyp-
ti ins have bui't about 100 more
sites for additional missiles. He
said the present missile concen-
tratl >n in the Suez Canal zone
was the heaviest and most ad-
vanced in the world and admit-
ted that it could seriously blunt
Israeli air superiority.
Gen. Yariv appeared at a brief-
ing for newsmen here with maps
and aerial i>>it >g iM|>hs which,
he said "inpointed Egyptian
standstill zone violations, lie
said that if rep American arms supplies to Is-
me1 were true they would con-
tribute to a certain evtent to
Israel's ability to face the Egyp-
tian and Russian deployment in
the Sues area.
According to Gen. Yariv. the
vl ilations were parl ot thi strat-
'. to by the late I' es-
'<. na1 Abdel Nasser and
K-em'in lend rs dui ing his 1 -t
\ to M iscou. He said the
s'rategy was
[srai 'pi i "' li
R'ts la, i ien. X
th I ph toti made on
i!v c ve of the Aug. 7 ceasi -fire
showed only 16 missile batteries
in the i .-i of thi' Su '
. with one slightly east of
the 19-mi'e lino. Now. he said.
Ih >re ire 40-50 operational m's-
sile bath ri, s from 7-19 miles
west of the canal.
Gen. Yariv said that Israeli evi-
dence that all of these batteries
Wi re constructed after the cease-
fire is confirmed by independent
sources.
achieve n lasting peace. "The
most serious weakness of the
U.N.," she declared, "is the fact
that those who commit aggn s-
sion and those who are its vic-
tims have equal status in the
United Nations and even on
the Security Council."
Russia's Foreign Minister said
the Mideast was boiling because
the Israeli leaders are obsessed
with the desire to retain the
"alien territories they have
seized." He condemned the "in-
flow of offensive weapons which
they are getting from their pa-
trons, and the recent naval
demonstrations of the latter in
the Eastern Mediterranean."
British political sources ob-
served that Mr. Gromyko's pre-
pared speech at the closed Se-
curity Council meeting was "in
striking contrast" to the text
he read to the General Assem-
bly immediately beforehand.
After a dinner at the I'.N.
With the Big Four Foreign Min-
isters, including Maurice Schu-
mann. Sir Alec Douglas-Home.
Mr. Rogers and Mr. Gromyko.
Secretary General U Thant is-
sued a statement in the form of
a .joint communique, saying that
the diplomats agreed to exert
their utmost efforts to enable
Dr. Jarring to resume his mis-
sion, and that they will "search
for possibilities ... to extend
the observance of the cease-fire
for a period to be determined,
and to find a iieaceful solution
on the basis of Resolution 242
of the Security Council."
UNITED NATION'S i.ITA
Fori i :i Ministi i Mahmoud R.a 1
pt got the Gem ral Ass
biy's Middle East debate uri
j with a 40 minute venon US
nnat Ion of Israeli "aggres-
sion," "expansionism," "oppor-
tunism," "political deceit" and
"colonial and racist designs."
Mr. Riad, the first speaker on
I'em 22 of the Assembly agenda.
"The Situation in the Middle
East." did not waste any time
getting to the heart of his charg-
es. He began scoring Israel's
"continued aggression against.
the territeiiial integrity of three
st ttes," calling it the "gravest
threat to peace." He included
Syria among those three states,
although that country has never
accepted Resolution 242.
Mr. Rind accused Israel of "re-
sisting any international effort
. .to establish peace" and of
"consistent" opposition to the
CO'incil resolution of Nov. 22.
1967. He called Israel's charges
that Egypt has violated the Suez
Cana' zone standstill agreement
"lies." and said Israel herself h id
committed "gross violations."
Israel. Mr. Riad charged. Cyn-
ically demands that Egypt aban-
don her air defenses, thus paving
the way for "criminal raids by
Israel and organized killing by
its bombers." He declared that
Israel has ex pressed her deter-
mination to retain the occupied
Arali territories, that partition
Continued on 1'age 12-A
Eban Follows Cabinet
Instructions At U.N.
JERUSALEM (JTAl --The
Cabinet relayed to Foreign Min-
ister Abba Eban the official gov-
ernment position he is to fol-
low as leader of the Israeli dele-
gation in the General Assembly's
Middle East debate.
That jiosition, it was learned,
is a re-affirmation of Israel's
refusal to return to the Jarring
peace talks as long as the pre-
Aug. 7 military situation in the
Suez Canal zone, altered by
Egyptian truce violations, is not
fully restored.
A report on the C ibinel --
slon A B tel phoned to i :
Gold :.! in Wash i
Vi [a] All m, w h i
: ted!) transmitted Mr.
! s nstructi ins at the -
time. Although Mrs. Mel will
tx in the United Stat s for sev-
eral weeks, the government
that the d "bal th
General Assembly should be
kepi on the foreign minisi
level.
Despite the fact that U.S.
pressure can be expected on Is-
rael to soften its stand on the
truce violations, the statement
issued after the Cabinet meeting
sh iwed no sign of yielding on
demands for restoration of the
Aug. 7 status quo ante. The
statement reaffirmed Israel's
readiness to participate in the
Jarring talks "in response to
the United States initiative and
oncondition that all sections of
the cease-fire agreements are
mutually adhered to."
"Israel rejects acquisition in
the violation of the cease-fir'
.....nent; with the restora-
if th-' previous tuation in
the standstill zone, it will a ;
-- le to resume the Jarr-
ing talk* provld d tl at II
' I thi ment are mu-
y c out." thi -
The governm I
- r .i !y to extend the
in in-
I
th ',; i i :
T .....nert
.... .
; in the M
st ir th Unit '. N Hot s G
\ '. as a m i\ e les n I
lo the pe ice talks."
As the 25:h annual United
N ns Day was observed here.
the U.N. and Israeli flagsboth
blue and white -were raise!
n moniously over City Hall by
Mayor Teddy Kollek in the pres-
et I'.N. officials, members
e diplomatic corps and I .-
and Arab dignitaries.
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History Is Made At Beth Sholom
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turday njght al its annual ved as chairmen of the Host Com-
i of state, its mem- mittee.
iiinced purchases totaling Program participants included
in $2 million in Israel Sidney D. Ansin, Jonas J. Brotman
inse to an eloquent ind George l>. Mildwoff. Partlci-I
in. 1.. or. KfOtish, stii: \\ |> al n : in th" Monorah of State]
'Hie actual figure n8-jCorcmony were Mr. and Mrs.
was $2,004,100, a sum
. -.nts the largest total '
. d ai a congrega-
i in the United state-.
,. at the dinner was
Albert, chairman of the
Miami Israel Bond or-
a who is a past president
!i rhe SI ite of Israel
\.-. ird was conferred up
. Col. '/... -. Shaham, Is-
tary hero.
nner chairman was \"i-
nilow, prominent c \ Ic
ni "i'i! inthropic lei i -r.
Jonas J. Brotman. Torch Bearers,
and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cooper,
Holders of the Pilot Lifmt: the
Candlelitrhtors included Mr. and
Mrs. .lack Rifkin. Mr. and Mis.
Morris Cooper, Mr. and Mrs, Ben-
jamin Rimer. Mr. and Mrs. Oarye
Mildwoff, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Epstein, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fein-[Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blumin. Mr.
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when you open your account, Dade Federal's electronic data processing
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rJewlstirkridHairi
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letters to the editor
2 Professors Join College
Of Jewish Studies Faculty
KOITOB. The Jewish Floridtan: I fact of Arthur Goldberg makin? Jewish organisations, to similar
citv in th
Mv husband and I were on a
business trip and found ourselves
in Charleston. &C. for the Rosh
Hashaoah Holidays. We did not
know where to worship and we
cause.
Jews and Negroes, for the most
part, will undoubtedly reject the
efforts of the Communists to por-
tray these charge! as radically
ity Relations Advisory Council,
speaking on behalf of all the major
fell sure that all the Holiday tic-' motivated.
kcts had been reserved. It wouid bo well to recall the
In our anxiety to find a Syna- j reaction of the National Commun-
gogue we turned for help to one
of the Jewish merchants ui the
downtown area of Charleston. He
told us "not to worry." He then
ed to his synagogue, Kahal
Kadoah Beth Flohtm. came back
and told us to go there, we would
be expected.
One of the oldest and most beau-
tiful Reform synagogues in the
United States. Kahal Kadosh Beth
Elohim, Impressed us not only with
the physical beauty, but more with
the cordiality shown us upon our
arrival We were escorted to front
p.is vats and seated with other j
out-of-town visitors.
The Rabbi preceded his evening |
sermon with a welcome to his I
guests and made us feel that we i
had indeed bestowed upon them i
the honor of our company.
U was one of the most memor- ]
able and pleasant Rosh Hashanah
holidays we base ever experienced, j
thanks go to the Charles-
ton rabbi and members of the,
ration at Kahal Kodosh
Beth Klohim.
ported charges that the religious
ancestry of the defendants was a
factor in this case. We denounce
this fraudulent effort to confuse
and manipulate public opinion for
ulterior political purposes."
JLIMiK LKWIS KAFNEB
Juvenile & Domestic
Relation* Court
Pabn Beach Count v, Fla.
MBS. MURRAY
Miami Bench
KAl.'FMAN
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
The iast hopes of our nation are
the locally-owned newspapers and
the ler people, This might seem
lik.' a rash and pessimistic State-
ment, but it is sadly true.
During World War II. when
our enemy was fascism, wo had a
"united front" of all segments of
our population, and we won. How-!
i for some years now, when'
the greatest danger is from Com-'
munism and those that they back
in the Middle E where, we are divided. The news;
. television and big news-.
-, seem to he doing every-
: to criticize our country.
In this atmosphere, a whole gen-
eration has grown up. It is little
wonder that all too many of out
youngsters have ben indoctrinated
into a "hippie" life, a radical phi-
losophy, and a drug culture.
I attempt to tvpe out (with one
finger) an appeal to the older gen-
eration. Tho*- who made such ef-
forts tor our country in Wo>-'d
Wars 1 and II must again rally
to it< defense,
we must surmort our po'lee tsnA
all (hose public officials who are
Wrongest for l.w and order and
Bernard Postal, JWB
PR Director, Retires
NEW YORK Bernard Postal.; United States, Landmarks of a
dean of Jewish public relations J People, Jewish Landmarks of
practitioners, is retiring as direc- New York, Change and Challenger
I A History of jwb, Encyclo-
pedia of Jews in Sjmrts. The Best
of Ten Years of the Jewish Digest
and of the forthcoming The Day
Israel was Born.
Puring the American Jewish Tejv
centenary Mr. Postal was hon-
ored by the Jewish Book Council
of America and the American Jew-
ish Tercentenary Commission for
his contributions to American Jew-
ish history. He has also lx"en cited
for his work in Jewish journalism
and public relations by the Ameri-
can Jewish Press Association and
the American Jewish Public Rela-
tions Society and for his contribu-
tion to Center work by the Asso-
ciation of Jewish Center Workers.
A member of the executive coun-
m,-,..-,, i cil of the American Jewish His-
BIKHABD POSTAL )oricaI Society and the B'nai Brith
I Jewish Historical Commission, he
tor of public information of thealso holds the Legion of Honor
National Jewish Welfare Board! *-**** f B'nai B'rith Alepb Za-
(JWBi after nearly 25 years of j dik Aleph.
service.
Two new professors will join the
faculty of the College of J. wish
Studies of the Bureau of Jewish
Kducation for the 1970-1971 school
year, it has been announced. The>
are Dr. Solomon Simon, author of
"The Rabbi's Bible" and other
'exts. and Prof. Seymour B. Lu b-
man, author of the recently pub-
lished book, "The Jews in New
Spain." and other publications.
Dr. Joseph Diamond, former
executive director of the Toronto
Bureau of Jewish Education, will
again offer "Survey of Hebrew
Literature and Culture," and "Bib-
lical Archaeology" as college credit
courses through the Extension De-
part m< nt of the University of Wis-
consin.
Sessions begin at Hillel House.
University of Miami, on Tuesday.
At Beth Torah Congregation. 1051
N. Miami Beach Blvd.. they will
begin Friday, offering the following
subjects: The Second Common-
wealth. The Five Books of Moses.
The Midrash, Prayerbouk Hebrew
Ulpan Hebrew, Festivals of the
Jewish Year, Kducalional Psychol-
ogy for the Weekend School, The
Rise of the American Jewish Com-
! munity
Enrollment in the two special
college credit courses Survey of
H. brew Literature and Biblical
' Archaeology is limited to stu-
. dents who comply with all require-
ments of the University of W'is-
l consin, Extension Department.
Elks Lodge To Sponsor
Halloween Dance, Contest
The Miami Elks Lodge No. 1'iOt
' will hold- a Halloween dance Satur-
day at 9 p.m. at the clubhouse. 720
West Ave. An entertainment pro-
j grunt will precede the contests for
' best costume and best dancer;
prizes will be awarded. Refresh-
ments will be served it 11 p.m.
The committee in charge of the
1 event is headed by Marvin D.
! Baida, chairman; he is being as-
sisted by Michael Bernard, Jack
! Bernard, and Herb Miller. S. Larry
! Kimmel is exalted ruler.
Adult Education
Program
Begins
Mr. Postal, who is also retiring
is editor of the JWB Circle, which
he founded in 19-lfi and has edited
ever since, will become associate-
editor of The Jewish Week-Ameri-
can Examiner, a 92-year old Jew-
ish weekly newspaper in New-
York, recently purchased by Phil-
lip Hochsteiq, for many years
senior editor of the Newhouse
Newspapers, and now publisher
of Tr* Jewish Week in Washing- j jt "* been announced,
ton. D.C. _
The subject matter lor course
Mr, Postal, a journalist, editor.; Aleph, "Israel Yesterday and To-
author, lecturer and publicist, has I day*,' will include the. history of
been identified with Jewish jour- j the State of Israel with special
nalism and Jewish communal life emphasis on contemporary prob-
lems, such as Arab refugees and
At Temple Sinai
Temple Sinai of North Dado's
Adult Education program will be-
gin Sunday evening, .vith the first
of three six-week courses to be
given by Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley.
for more than 40 yoars. A former
editor-in-chief of the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency and Jewish Daily
Bulletin and one-time managing
editor of the Sevan Arts Feature,
irons rot the defense of our form syndicate, he was also the first
or rovernmnet. ioditor of th Joivlsh Standard of
They are bein? slandered bv the I Jersey City. He was a founder
news media. They tw* .-.tracked bv and is now one of two honorary
radicals. They are called "ni*" nnH I members of th- American Jewish j
every other rime imaginable. Rut Press Association.
0i them necessary in fact I
'-""'<-; If we are t--. survive In 1938 Mr- PtaJ became na-
" them now, in the cr<\. tlonal direct..:- of public relations
I' ". al least with your vote "r Bnai B'rith- Eta*>t years liter
> i < ,:> national staff oft
RRFC tm:\i.i-:y JWB. He has contributed to vir-
/ihyrhiiis. Fla. tunlly every English-language
Jewish Journal in the world. A
[h|:' Th, .|..Hi ., F'oriiUtm:
' ";" newspaper 'Th.
Vorker." has
other
sions.
internal and external ten-
The second course, to begin in
January, will be entitled "Jewish
Ethics, Philosophy and Mysticism":
"The Minor Prophets." the third
course, will be given in March
and April.
In addition to the Sunday night
courses, which are open only to
members of Temple Sinai, the
Rabbi will also be givin [ his an-
nual Sisterhood course on Tues-
day afternoons. The subiect this
year, "Liberal Jewish Practice"
will be a continuation of the In-
founder and former vice presid -nl depth study of Reform Jewish his
fthe American Jewish Public Re-j iry .,,, [doolosy which was
lations S '(;!>, he has i>een chair-
man of the pub'ic re'atlons corn-
last year.
'" is highly r
Th- Reconstruct:..re t on the I
ni- n-c-'t advison board of Who's Who
n- .. ,, ,, ----......... "ir-i ni>vivir) uonnioi w ti \\ no
', ,......."M ef.r-s |n world Jewry, and an editor of
thel Rosenhere lh Universal Jewish FnevcHo I
rrounds thai th e and the forthcoming Encj
-' i frameuD. i.i..;....
1 men
Mrs. I >a\ id Arn n e.
are Mr. and
I
meup- luda
lonllsr,ttbernaidtof *>*'and editor of the month-
Communists who ,i,-e lv ma8azlne, The Jewish Digest.
luse is unfortun- **" Postal is the co-author of A
made easier by the! Jewish Tourists Guide to the
DRUGS ARE DADE COUNTY'S
NO. 1 CRIME PR03LEMS .
SUPPORT THE DRUG-FIGHTER
RETURN JUDGE
EVERETT H. DUDLEY
Pd Pol Adv.
STEVE CLARK
MAYOR OF
DADE COUNTY
BECAUSE HE PLEDGES TO:
Overhaul the Tax Assessor's Office
Give fop priority to the elimination of
water and air pollution -
Fight crime and drug abuse and correct
the county jail and mental health facilities
Work for a unified water and sewer system
under governmental operation
Establish district elections providing
greater representation
Improve trash and garbage service
Seek legislation for reduction of Oade Elito
insurance costs by establishing a
state-wide rate
Provide for a full time mayor, county-wide
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Everybody in D
can vote (or G
Pull Lever 1C !
Steve Clark serves only
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Friday. October 30, 1370
Israeli Military Leader
Kicks Off Temple Program
Yehuda Avner. a leading mem- Israel Dinner of State is one of
Milton Viorst I Last Speaker In Politics Series
1 of the Israel Foreign Service,
w be thi" guest speaker at the
Temple Beth Torah Israel Din-
no: of State Saturday, Nov. 7. at
Uh Fontalnebleau Hotel. Dr. Max
a Lipschitz, spiritual leader of the
i gregation hai announced.
Lipschitz revealed the speak-
name at the reception held for
ben of Beth Torah's Commit-
t of Hosts at the home of Mr
Mrs Stanley Friedman
lay to i-" npile plans for the
al even) on behalf of Israel
B Is. Milton Hornstein, pn
of the congrecation and
rinenl North D.uie ci\ 1c an I
- ness leader, will be this year's
h ree.
Dr. Lipschitz, who also announ-
c. ; that Stanley L. Cohen, promt-
n commanity and congregation
er, has been named chairman
o: the dinner, said, "Our annual
the highlights on the congrega-
tional and communal calendar. Un-',
der the leadership of Stanley Co-]
hen as chairman, and Stanley and
Glenda Friedman as chairmen of1
Ihe Committee of Hosts. I am con-,
fldent that this year's event will'
utatandtng both a happy.
and meaningful occasion for Is-
rael."
Avner, a veteran Journal-
ist as well as ,1 ranking Israeli
is a ipecialtsl in politi-
cal iffa rs He sen ed as a top
tide to the late Prime Minis; 1
an prior to his pres-
-111 1 in Washington,
D.C Israel in New
York.
The Beth Torah Israel Dinner
il S -am will also include
entei it by Lew Norman.
noted dramatist, Jewish folk hum-,
irlst and raconteur, whose one-man
irmancea at Carnegie andi
Town Halls have won critical and
popular acclaim. Mr. Norman has
appeared in numerous theatres,
supper clubs and hotels in all parts
of the United States and Canada.
and he has been heard on various
radio programs in both countries.
An insider's view of "Political.
Issues of 1970" will be provided by
Milton Viorst. syndicated Wash-1
ington Star columnist, in the final J
pre-election roundup on the Green-.
fie'd Ad"lt Institute series at Tern-.
pie Israel of Greater Miami Sunday
morning.
Mr. Viorst has just returned;
from a three-week tour of the
Eastern Mediterranean Israel
Yugoslavia. Greece obr
material for a series of article* on
American foreign policy to add to
his expertise on the political scene
His latest book. "The Republi-
can Party and the Puritan Ethic,"
was well received, as was an
earlier book called, "Hostile Al-
lies: F.D.R. and DeGaulle." He
has written many articles for the
New York Times Magazine, Harp-
er's. Esquire, Horizon and others
of simil a stature,
A Phi Beta graduate of Rut-j
gers, Mr. Viorst was a Fulbright
Scholar In France. Ived his
M..\. in Hlstorj fr m H irvard
his M.S in n Co-
ras with >> W ish-
ington Post for four years and h .1
served as Washington columnist
for the New York Post before
joining the Washington Star staff
this year.
REGARDLESS OF YOUR
POLITICS! Justice IS THE
ISSUE ... Return
JUDGE DUDiEYto
Criminal Court
*dy
For Comptroller
Your man for the seventies
ASK ANYONE
DEM,
PA'SPOL adv.
US COWAN
Cohan Named To
Federation Post
- Cohan has been appointed
-trative Assistant at the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
-. Weiss, president of the F< d-
e:E*.:on. has announced.
" r. Cohan, who was formerly
stant Superintt ndent of the
Youth Hall Division of the Da.'.--
..ty Department of Youth Serv-
- where he supervised 49 em-
eet, will be working in the
artas of budgeting and adminis-
tration at Federation, according
to Arthur S. Rosichan. Federa-
t s executive vice president.
Cohan attended the Univer-
sity of Florida, and was graduated
( "i the University of Miami. He
has been living in the Greater Mi-
ami area for more than 20 years.
I has served as Detention Case
Worker in the Youth Hall Divi-
- a and as a Protective Services
1 let* in the Dade County De-
partment of Youth Servi
YOUR CONFIDENCE
IS A TRUST!
DICK STONE-Everyone's Candidate for the
Office of Secretary of State... Says "THANK YOU"
for your support in the past.
DICK STONE Knows that your confidence in
him is a TRUST he shall never betray.
VOTE FOR DICK STONE NOV. 3rd
THANK YOU
STONE
Secretary of State (DEM.)
PAID POL ADV. Pt STONE, TREAS.


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3 Prominent Rabbis Named
As 'Associate Chairmen'
Worldwide Essay Contest Closing Set For Dec. 15
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.inprecedented move, Jo-
Evanter, chairman of the
nUned Jewish Appoal-
aerxencv Fund campaign.
ciation of Greater Miami, has
served as chairman of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's Com-
bined Jewish Appeal campaign and
:s a member of Federation's board
of directors. He also serves as
Foundation chairman of the Jew-
ish National FVnd of Greater Mi-
ami, and is a m mber of the Flor-
I a SI ite Co nm ttee on The Teach-
ing of Rellgi in ::i the Public
Schi o's ai 'i the Nal I I' mi :'
>f the Boy S m its of America. A
'rM- tee of the : edia Jud i-
lea I! i -a ch F tun I I in, Dr. Lehr-
man i a ] -' of the
us Task Fo of P
Nixon'i i] Wh H msc Con-
ference '') Fo id, Nutril and
I' ch i n i I -.. i; a_d of
i ;.r ,: nors of the G' i iter Miami
Chapter of state of Israel >nds
and ,i nvmVr of t'1 President's
Council of Brandeis University.
American Jewish Committes award
for Distinguished Service in Ad-
vancing the Cause of Human Re-
lations, the First Annual Humani-
tarian Award of the Urban League,
and was also the recipient of the
Anti-Defamation League award
for "pro-noting interg.oup under-
stai ding."
r* >Tn~/t is a rt
National Board of
American Hebrew
of the
the Uni >n of
'onp'-gati ns
M. JOSt.'H it. UAHOT
I upon three of Greater
I [Tominent spiritual lead-!
s to t .e as associate campaign
[i king th announcement,
: emphasized that due
tical situation now exist-
Middle East, the theme
.r'- ,' mi: 1U11 will !)
Means Sacrifice," and
e\ fore the rab-
I have I > interpret this
lew in Greater Miami.
- ritual leaders, Dr. l>eon
: if Temple Beth Shol on
Irving Lehrman, of Tem-
I-El, Miami Beach, and
I i It. N'arot. of Temple
brael M !r ater Miami, will act
t to implement the "Sur-
i M( ns Sacrifice" philosophy,
i imong their own congre-
! throughout the entire
j.
CJA-IEF campaign is hon-
I feel personally privi-
have Ral bis Kronish,
oid Narot take on this
' -:- ility," declared Mr. Ran-
ter. "I know that with these three
ding the way Greater
vry will c ime through
K'ith a tremendous increase for
f i- 197] campaign."
Kronish is the immediate
i'-1 : dent of the alumni asso-
I the Hebrew Union Col-
-Jew. _-h lnsiii.it,. of Religion
- r\ (I on its board of gov-
" 1943. He is national
of the board of the
tar el Histadrut Foun-
I a nati inal vice presi-
de American Jewish Con-
' Kronish has also served
cutive board of the Cen-
tral Conference of American Rab-
I the National Commission
on Eduic tion. He is a past presi-
dent f the Rabbinical Associa-
l,on ater Miami, immediate
Pasl cha rman of the Greater Mi-
" : Bond Committee and is
' State eochain-nan of the
T nrist Council of Florida.
Dr Lehrman, a member of the
Cabinet and Board of
Visitors of The Jewish
i Seminary of America,
' former visiting professor
Honuletics at that institution. A
P dent of the Synagogue
'' of America and of the
; 'nisi Organization of America.
i r. Lehrman is a member of the
i res di r,t"j Commission on Ob-
scenitj and Pornography and the
executive committee of U.N.E.
u '' H" is an immediate past
Chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal National Rabbinic Advis-
ory Council and serves on the na-
tional executive committee of the
l-.J.A.
Dr. Lshrman, honorary Dr"si-
1 'it of the Jlabbinical Association
'' the Sautheast Region and past
Presidt nt of the Rabbinical Asso-
DR. tEON KKOMSH
and has served as chairman cf the
Liturgy Committee for the Con-
tra! Conference of American Rib-
bis. He is a past member of the
executive board of the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis and
was a lecturer in Homlletics at
the Hebrew Union College.
Dr. Narot former member of
the Dade County Economic Op-
portunity Board, was chairman of
the Dade County Community Re-
lations B>ard and has served as
president or the American Jewish
Committee, Miami Chapter; the
Dade County Welfare Planning
Council and the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami. He ;- a
founding board member and cur-
rent cha'rman "f the Inter-Faith
Agency for Si>cial Justice.
Dr. Narot has received the
Heart Assn. Sponsors
'Stroke' Lecture Series
The third lecture on strokes was
given this week at the Green Briar
Nursing Center. The fourth is
scheduled Wednesday. Nov. 4, and
the last Nov. 10.
Stroke patients, their relatives
and friends heard Miss Sonia Pani-
agua, Chief Occupational Therapist
at the Miami Heart Institute and
Miss Nora V'enegas, Chief of the
Functional Training Department
of the Crippled Children's Society
of Dade Countv iti the lecture
sponsored by the Heart Association
of Greater Miami Nursing Cjm-
mittee. There is no charge for
admission, but those wishing to
attend are requested to call the
Heart Association and make res-
ervations.
JUSTICE IS AS IMPORTANT
AS LAW AND ORDER
Keep JUDGE
EVERETT DUDLEY
CRIMINAL COURT GROUP 4
Pd Pol Adv
Col. Frank Durbaugh. president |
of the Ambassadors of Friendship,
has announcid that the theme of
this year's worldwide essay con-'
test will be "How Will the Youth
of the World Abolish Wars Be-
tween Nations? And How Many
Years Will it Take?" Essays may
be in English, French, Spanish,
German, Italian or Portuguese;
essayists must include the name
and address of their school, and
their teacher's name.
To be considered, entries must
reach the Ambassadors of Friend-
ship. 4300 Lennox Dr., Miami, Fla ,
U.S.A. 33133, by Dec. 15. An-
nouncement of winners will \y
made Feb. 1. First prize will be
S20; second prize, $10, and thirl
pri/e |5, The five Honorable Men-
tion winners will each receive $3.
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Friday, October 30. 1973 )
J
Gaza's Military Governor
Will Confer Shalom Award
Brig. Gen. Menaehem Aviramiment, where he received his tirstitime of the Sinai Campaign, he
e present Governor of Gaza who; military training and also com-j was appointed head of the Opera-
Congregation Votes To
Raise Funds On Holy Days
is>bne of Israel's foremost mili-
pleted a training course for offi--tions Branch at
cers. I quarters, workin;
: the|v
WHfB
then on Mt. Scopus but was for-
ced to discontinue his education by
the War of Independence. When
the war broke out. he was ap-
pointed Company Commander at
the southern front against the
Egyptian Army.
General Head-
in conjunction
In 1947 he went to study at the jwilh <*" Moshe Da>'an'
Ik-Urew Umwwwily.- which wwr<-"Shortly after the Sinai conflict
ended, he was sent to the French
Staff College in Paris. On his re-
turn in 1958. he was promoted to
the rank of Commander of the
Paratroop Brigade, where he re-
mained for three years. He then
transferred to the Armored Corps,
convinced that this branch of the
military service would be the
mainstay of the Israeli Army.
After the War of Independence
he remained in the army and
fulfilled numerous military tasks
with distinction. In 1C33. at the
In view of the critical and
emergency situation in the Mid-1
die East, the Board of Directors j
of Etz Chaim
Congregation of'
Miami Beach
has voted for.
f u niUEMWinfcrffH
forts on behalf
of Israel to ta' place during all i
the Jewish Holy;
Dav festivities
of 1971.
Makine the an-
r.V'1-roir 'It W IS
Rabbi Croner p.ib))i Ab,..,ham
Groner, spiritu-
1 leader i>f Et2 Chaim Congrega-
tion, who made the initial appeal
during the past Rosh Hashannah
holiday.
In response to his plea, those
present doubled the amount the
congregation previously contrib-
uted to the Israel Emergency
FuH**-ampaign of toe Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, accord-
ing to 1970 figures.
The officers instrumental in this
approach to fund-raising for Is-
rael are Alex Kleiman. president;
Morris Brafman, secretary; David
Plutncr, treasurer; Chaim Hcr-
stein, vice president. Samuel Weis/,
Gabai I. and David Greenberg, Ga-
bai II.
BRIG. Gf V MiHACMM AVIRAM
j heroes commanding the first
Armored Brigade to reach the
lez Canal in the Six-Day War,
\. :il be the guest speaker at the
1 'tuple Israel Dinner of State Sun-
y evening, Nov. 7, at the Tern-1
;. e's Morris D. Wolfson Auditor-
i n, Dr. Joseph R. Narot. spiritual j
ader of Temple Israel, has an-1
j lunced.
The Brigadier General will con-1
f r the State of Israel Shalom
Award upon Malcolm Woldenberg,
veteran leader on behalf of Israel,
I ul prominent business executive.
Mr. Woldenberg is nationally rec-
nlzed for his activities on behalf
o] many Israeli institutions.
Chairman of the Board of the
Mercantile National Bank of Mi-j
ni Beach, Mr. Woldenberg is'
t k' founder of the Dorothy and:
Malcolm Woldenberg Cultural Cen-
ti r in Ashkelon. and the Wolden-
rg Comprehensive School in
'Ale Efiabaor.
Heading preparations for the
ner, with Dr. Narot. are Joseph i
A. GartJeld, the temple's president,;
to is serving as dinner chairman: I
and Mrs. Martin Fine, chair-:
n of the Committee of Patron-
H >s!s, and Mrs. Jerome Rado,
< airman of Arrangements, The
< iner, which will begin at 7:00
lock, will be preceded by a
< impajgne reception at 6 p.m.
A career army officer for almost
1 .i decades. Brig. Gen. Aviram
h s distinguished himself in vari-
top-level military assignments,
hiding Israel's War of Inde-
; ndenee, the Sinai Campaign and)
t: Si.\-D.iv War.
During the most recent conflict.
fv served as Brigade Commander
U der Gen. Israel Tal. and com-
rr inded the forces that broke
i rougK to the Sue* Canal hv way!
. I'.ai'ih. El Arish. Birgafgafa and'
3- nailya. ;
Menaehem Aviram was horn in,
" 27 i." Flishon !e Zion. a pioneer*j
township south of Tel Aviv, At
i age of If,, ho joined the Haga-
: underground military or-
the Jewish (settl*-
UOJCA Convention Set
Union of Orthodox JPwlshl
' >l America will Inlrf
72nd AnniversaTj National Bt-I
nti n during Thanks-:
\I etifl l hed-
.'. Inesday. Nov
1 is n > 29. n Wash-.
>h Karasick na-
t of the org i i
. 3,0 .<> n '_iiecs
i fnited States t'
' meed. Some ?.i00l
d to attend '
roncl
11
-you offer to the voters
of Dade County the best
combination of public service
and business experience- tf
HE MOST QUALIFIED MAN
TOR THE JOB IS:
JUDGE EVERETT
H. DUDLEY JR.
CR.'MINAl COURT GROUP 4
Pd Pol Adv.
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(Congressman Cramer confer: with Israel's Prime Minister Go/dd Meir. Senator Charles Percy looks on.)
Congressman Bill Cramer has strongly supported Israel. Look at his record!
i
1965
1965
1967
1967
1967
1968
1969
1969
1969
Voted against aid to Egypt
Voted a second time against aid to Egypt
Voted to continue restricting aid to Egypt
Voted for military assistance for Israel. (Jets
and missiles)
Joined Resolution condemning oppression of
Jews in Soviet Union
Voted for bill directing the President to nego-
tiate sale of 50 F-4 Phantom Jets to Israel
Voted for $40 million to construct desalting
plant in Israel
Voted for $3 million for graduate school of
Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel
Voted for %2Vi million educational assist-
ance in Israel
1969 Voted for $5 million for construction of Ha-
dassah medical facilities in Israel
1969 Joined in Declaration calling for face to face
negotiations between Israel and Arab states
1969 Spoke for reaffirmation of U.S. policy pro-
tecting Israel's integrity
1970 Introduced Resolution affirming U.S. policy
for direct face to face negotiations between
Israel and Arab nations
1970 Joined in Resolution urging withdrawal of
Russian personnel from Middle East
1970 Joined in1 signing letter to President urging
quick affirmative decision on the sale of
more jets to Israel
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lowan Appointed Honorary Consul
Winter-Long Tournament Set By M.B. Chess Club
Irving Cowan, president of the
p .. .., Resorts and Country
Club in HoUywood-by-the-Sea, has
b^n appointed Korea's Honorary
Consul in Greater Miami, according
,, Ki i an Ambassador Dung-Jo
Kim.
As one of the few members of
(l,e Consular Cocpa in America
who is not a citizen of. the coun-
try h< n. presents. -Mr. iCowarj will
act as the personal representative
of Korean President Chung Hee
Park in Miami. Alth High an hon-
orary title, the appointment car-
i tiic 1 .ime authoiity as
fh ,| a regal**1 consul and ac-
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\bur little girl
is getting married.
At last
it be a small wedding and a big reception, or vice versa1
After all, there are a lot of relieved girl friends and rejected boy
'fiends that have to be accommodated, one way or another.
Ether way. there are no two ways about who should handle
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and investment companies.
Recently named to the Florida
Health Advisory Council by Gov.
Claude R. Kirk, Jr., he is also a
founder of Mount Sinai Hospital, a
vice president of Temple Emanu-
El. a director of Hollywood Bank
and Trust Company and a mem-
ber of the Miami Art Center's
Boasd of Trustees.
Mr. Cowan and his wife, the
former Marjorie Friedland, will be
honored at a reception in Wash-
ington to celebrate the inaugura-
tion of the new consulate before
going to Korea. They will be en-
tertained by high government of-
ficials in Seoul.
As part of his promotion of good
: will between the two countries.
Mr. Cowan plans to implement a
; wide program of cultural exchange,
beginning immediately.
The Miami Beach Chess Club
will stage a winter long tourna-
ment for chess buffs at all levels of
skill. Norman Mendelson, presi-
dent, "said. Competition is open to
all Miami area residents: each
competitor will be placed in a
category according to hit ability.
"At each level the winner of
the weekly chess matches wMl re-
i ceive a cash prize: the following
i week he will meet a new challen-
I gcr. Anyone who wins four weeks
in a row will be considered a
champion and will receive an ad-
ditional cash prize." Mr. Mendelscn
said. Those interested in com-
I peting may register for the tour-
! nament at the Miami Beach Chess
Club, 2000 Washington Ave. or by
Contacting Mr. Mendelson.
erich
and beautiful,
why aren't we
having an affair?
i
Ophtholm ology Sem mar
'lhe American Physicians Fel-
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Herbert M. Katzin, world-renowned
New York City ophthalmic sur-
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May. Dr. Katzin, the Surgeon Di-
rector at Manhattan Eye. Ear &
Throat Hospital in New York. Is
Research Director of the Eye Bank
for Sight Restoration and Editor
of the new Journal of Ophthalmic
Surgery.
JUSTICE FOR ALL THE PEOPLE
ALL THE TIME .. .RETURN
Judge Everett H. Dudley
TO CRIMINAL COURT
GROUP 4
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ntly was i to the Plrsl and Second Ki
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i nths ler election, so
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with his A1 tul-Aziz Z
mayor of Naz I also a mem
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Mow U.S. Reacte
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lln hiy^iui,, ..I llir I'liilril SI I. .i ii llii 'i
i i. vIoIaimim hiu hi'conM' Hi acid U "i American
i inn in l.,ipk ii|> In" Hill..'in.ni el pwherc, and
I., i wlllliiKaao i" (i|MMik |.ii,ni\ .ih mi Ituu Ian intentions
.....il.' in ^"credibility.
This Ii whj il"' United Slates chose the time h did
I., win ii ilir Knvii[ .ih mi ( ii i.i, wh) President Nixon vis
ii. .i Hi.' Mediterranean Bth Fleet, whj military planes
were quick!) dispatched Into the northern and central air
onihI.iij. iii \yp*Tt Berlin after the ovtel Union hod
w iinrii they would !>' closed for two Itours, .
i-'nr tlit- prtjaifl, therefore, as American InterflMMpUi
pen i" solncld. "itb Israel's there is a closcnett "t <>ni
look letween Wawilngton and Jerusalem.
IN THE THEATRE
By George friedman
[{roadway's First Israeli Star
BKOAIW IV HAH i I He
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' i re. where hi
'''ii, M inch i I His
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Ihr Caret p two I
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Ml- Sil '.....' in the Tel Avh product! in
01 'Man '.i l. M mcha," which i n onlj month
;,|l,,!' ,,,!"" Interrupted h> Ih Six Daj War II. has
"'" y "" 'how in German In Germany and
Switzerland. Ii took him thi.......lontha to learn the
English lines toi Broad ,.. but II hai paid off Not
only does he handle the lines skilfully on stage, but
he has received what must be considered ih<- ulti-
mate compliment: On h,s dressing mom mirror .- ,
message daubed by Jack Dabdoub, the Now Or-
ieans4rn aotor, which reads: "Gideon, you were
it praise fr im an Arab."
Mr. Sin i ,. hoslovakia 44 years ago
in 1940, at the a
1 .'lln lessons led him Into show
, ,;, a at dl mond polish-
l while fighting with the Palmach in
: h s fi How patients and del
1 on a thi itrical c ireer. Among the b!
In \ ius capitals have b
ter Pan," Murray Burns in "A
Clowns, Oscar M idison in "Th I'
:' "' Pedro in "Much Ado About N U
in "Promises, Promisi
1 "' concedes that Don Quixote is not as
much ol a landsman to Jews as is. say, Tcvye in
i "ii the Roof." That, he says, is why "Man
a Mancha," which has been produced in 21 cities.
1 ran only 149 performances in Tel Aviv. Bui
he believes thai in New York where half or more
"I the theatergoers are Jewish many Jews arc
attending his shows. He says he can sense it at a
certain point In the evening. It comes atl.r his cur-
' lln calls, when he thanks the audience in He-
brew ("Todah, tcxloh rafaah") and offers, as an
encore, "a song I had the pleasure of introducing in
Tel Aviv in 1967." It is "Hachalom Haoilti-efshari,"
which is "The Impossible Dream" in Hebrew.


Friday. October 30, 1970
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7/0 98U4 5ri,/s Tien OL Tty* Congregations Inaugurating Late Services
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Local consjrf-gations inaugurat-i The late sabbath eve services
, ._ in" !illt' Friday evening services will also be resumed at Temple
ff/siWntnCt i fh \l 1II14>t*ll Iwtfin 'bis weekend include Temple Ju- Ztamora Friday, at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi
|f (II /*'*>-, *- V irMUU-tZr II iriliri dea r Coral Gables, where in the Maxwell Berger will Rive the ser-
absence of Rabbi Morris A. Kip- mon. Cantor Manny Mandel wil
|Bl RABBI A. OORFINKBL1 have created a civilization in which Per. Dr. Eugene Komrad, a mem- chant the liturgy as the guest
Temple Beth Meun machine can ontilo and out per- ber of the Board of Trustees, will I cantor for the service, in the ab-
m T,ah account of the doopIc '' !:rnl miln- WUh a!l I ins influences ..." a civilization 8:15 p.m., Rabbi Kipper and key Cantor Mandell, the Jewish War
. T ... f 1 '"'-' Influences <-f
>? bl social dominated *V automation, we are members of the temple and its Veterans^"natroiial"cantor,"te well
which bTComlng more a'"1 '"""' Insensl-' Sisterhood will be attending the known to the Miami Jewish corn-
cased some "''' N;,l"( "r human life and Union of American Hebrew Con- munitv.
,.' ui I dignity,
very wurthv-nlle
the impression o
group
nations Biennial Convention In
feat u
llofcfci Corlinkel
The first late Friday night sei
iee of the New Year will tal 1
place Friday at 8:15 p.m. in T -
Israelite Center. Rabbi Avrom U
Drazin's sermon topic will be
Should There Be a Jewish Vote '
A question and answer period v. J
follow the seimon.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Letter v. !l
host the One: Shabbal in honor if
their 40th wedding anniversai
The Loiters have been active it
Louis Alweiss is president of 1 the Israelite Center, in behalf
Temple Znmora, Coral Gables' only the Hear! Association and ma
hich is other civie and religious organ!
lions.
THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
bul there was only one life lost. I dimension
avoided the pit- was disturb d bv the word "only." in mans will to live.
falls, misunder- If the victim had been the news-
- ,|! m;s.....ipretations -,si rs" child, brother or rather,
V i ,:il" "'" on|y s,'l'- ii would nol have been "only one
ions and men, bul divide Uf0," a wh le world would havi
distrustful hostile and perished with thai single life.
- 1 amps.
Thi Tow, r of Bal el is is sti rn
possi ssed by an idea' warning to us toda as
iich nol only mad< ii was to man in antiquity, ft is
tiious and efflclenl e of the d h in an :n
iricks") bul which fluence that our civilization has
Into an inseparable upon us ii is a reflection of a
, 1 building the Tower callousness and indifference whi 1
in scattered upon the I a thing-centered civilization de-
1 arth." velops in us.
Noach
Question
Box
- rather puzzling why ..
tod in His mercy and justice Lebanese Morlar tiro
s group and decid- Sparks Border Alert
i ', a tongue bo that __ .,.,,.
uirpurposi would be thwarted. 1K.\ A% u |JIA "h""
: a wry interesting Mid-
:i not only gives us a
>ry illuminating insight into the
.!. bul presents a real
to twentieth century
tj thai in the build-
Tower of Babel thous-
n thousands of human
ings were employed. When in
ic course of construction men
*t their lives, no one was eon-
srned and no one paid attention.
fhen, however, a pile of bricks
II nm! was broken there was
Wat concern and consternation.
Th sin of that society was not
Buir desire to build a tower, but
I1' ir distorted values. It was a
? in which bricks were more
\ rtant than human lives
nc was priceless and hu-
[ as cheap. It was this
kind ol society that God in His
I justice frowned upon,
I ng th it its aims must be
( !
and timeless this
1 nan ol the twentieth
guerrillas in Lebanon fired mor-
tars at Avivim settlement In
Upper Galilee, the shelling caus-
ed no casualties, bid sparked an
alert all along the Lebanese bor-
der region where Pa'estin.-in
terrorists are active, Last May
the settlement was the SCI ne
of a terrorist attack on a school
bus in which eight school chil-
dren and four arlu'ts were killed
and 21 other passengers were
wounded.
Israeli sources sav that the
Fedayeen are meeting resist-
ance from the local population.
which wants no repetition of
last spring's situation when their
villages were caught bctwe 'ti
guerrilla fire and Israeli retali-
tory action. Fedayeen trying to
find shelter In Lebanese border
villages for the winter are being
kept out by road blocks and sev-
eral armed clashes have already
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What is a "Mainzer?"
A "Mamzer" is the term applied
to a child who is conceivi d from
nc of tin- marriages which is ex-
;" sslj for! Idden in the Bible (such 1
as inci si or adulti rv), The term ;
- said to be derived from either
word meaning "to pollute" or
'- parate."
It it comes from the word "pol-
lute" it would Indicate that the
* 1 d of such forbidden marriages i
is polluted. If it come s from the
word "to separate" it would indie-
ate the consequence eif such a
birth, i.e., such a child cannot |
marry a Jew and thus is "separat- i
i-d from the' people."
What is a "Mcshiimrri?"
"Me'shumi'd" is the term applied
te> oni who has renounced his faith
and accepted another one. The
word comes from a term meaning
' stroy," in the' sense that his
relationship with his origin has
i. i! destroyed.
Some claim that the term means
"one who is ex-communicated" -
because of ins renunciation of the
faith. Some writers claim that the'
term relates to a word meaning
taken place, th" Israeli sources "to be baptized" into another faith.
rep irted. The villagesrs have
sent delegations to the authori-
' We live in a world and I ties in Beirut asking protection.
In this miis' the word would have
a posiiive> meaning instead of a
negative one'.
NOACH <>: his generation, Noah, al me was righte 1 < and
walked with God, Utter destruction now threatened all living
creatures, ~, i;,i revealed his design to Noah, commanding him
'" build led Ark. 150 yards i yards wide, and
15 yards .1, d pth, in ord r that he and his I imilj would be ived
: >m the impending flood. When the Ark was con wife, his sons, Shem, Ham and Japhoth, together with 1
wives, entered it. taking with them se\ n pairs of every clean
n a. tls an I tm ; iir ol I n species 11.
n in fi :. c mtinuously f .r (0 days and 10 ni ..1- 1 id all 1:. ing be-
ings outside the Ark were thus d str yod. When the' \\ iters
finally subsided, the Ark rested or. the mountains of Aral
X lah and his i '.mil;, were in the Ark for a period 'f 110 d ys
After th, el.mi!, ,,f \'oah th. earth became repopulated
through the descendants of Shem, H.-m and Japheth, who w
the founders of numerous nations. .\t ont. time mankind had tx 1 n
congregated in the land of Shinar, Babylonia, speaking one
language. Fearing that they mighl be dispersed, they decided to
build a city and high tower towards the sk> a- focal point to
ensure that they dwelt together, which was in conflict with the
Divine purpose th.it the descendants of Noah should fill the'
earth. God, therefore, confused the language of the builders so
that they ceased work as they could not understand eneh other,
and he scattered the people over the face of dl the earth. The
place was caller! Babel, i i.e., "confusion." i
The tenth in regular descent from Shem was Abram, whose'
father, Terah, lived in Ur of the Chaldcos in Babylonia. Ur, at
that time, was th,. main centre of moon-goddess worship by the'
Sumorians, who. though a highly-developed cultural race, were
steeped in idolatry. Te'rah decided to emigrate to the land of
Canaan and left with his son Abram, his grandson Lot and
Sarai, Abram's wife. On their Journey northwards they arrived
at th.' city of Haran in Mesopotamia, where they staved for some
$ time. Gen. 6:9- 11:32
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Nov. 1
Ch. 7. 10 a.m. Th,- Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Solomon Schiff. director of Greater
Miami Jewish Federation Community Chap-
laincy Service.
Subject: "Jewry In Various Communities"
Guests: Rabbi Sadl Nahmias, Sephardic Jewish
Center, and Dr. Bernard 1 Bones.
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MIAMI
'TlniuV \7- SHAt-OM CONGREGA-
Cm.. .' SW 67,h Ave- Orthodox
lantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
fc?n! EMES~2*3T~SW 19th Ave.
CilHf,tIvfc cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
[""or" 'TE"PLE>- 5950 N. Ken.
Htrhu**B M,arni- Reform. Rabbi
Kr. E^>""0ard, Cantor Micheal
^".r*,VID- z62 SW 3rd Ave.
.,"'1"' aubi Sol Lanaao
Into I Wlllli"" W. Lipion. 4
BV ib''' ""' B:S0 i'm Sermon:
." ""nna, daughter ..f Mr.
'!?. V; u',nl Me"" Saturday .'
.';r ''"'"nil. Matthew, ion ot
UI,J Mr. ii,.,,ry Hode*
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-" RaLhh5c ?W 17,h Ave- 0>-*h0-
"bbi Solomon Schiff 5
t,a^ODTEs'.110t SW 12th Ave.
Pi'o l:'ti"'nJ', Rabbi Max
hv ,, Canor Ben Dickton 6
L '"";.,' s'""'-.lay 8:45 a.m.
x h.....'I <>f Hat*." :.::!
l^ page u prepared m
Pwinn with the Greauf
p"" fobhnical Association
hoMmaloT o/ fhe featurei
",nH here is
**BI /AAXWELl BERGER
"P'ntual Lcade* of
TmU Zamero
Coral Oofclei
i> in. Portion of I aw,
"Total Destruction."
p.m, Sermon
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymobr Hinkee 8
Friday 8:16 p.m e;u"t Speaker: Phil
I'rl.-.inel. prealdent e.r the Temple,
Topic: "Attendance at 'I". mplca the
Sabbath." Pollowed by a surprise
special event.
MIAMI BEACH
AGL'DATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rahbi Berel Wein 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. R.ilibi Shmaryahu T Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser 21
Friday R:18 p.m. Setannn: "Qolda
Me '' e;,;. An Honorary Degree Prom
Reform Rabbinical School." Satur-
day !":!". a.Ill Bar Mllzvall: Slu.nl.
nun of .Mr. and .Mrs Leonard Mill, i
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and 2AMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Zamora Av
T.itum Waterway. Conservative. Ccnservative. Rabbi Mflxwell Bero--
Rabbi EU9ene Labovitz Cantor E- Cantor Nathan Zolondek
ward Kle,n-___#___ 2 Prldas !.". p.m. Saturday 8 IS b
OHEV SHALOM. 7C55 Bonita Dr. fT. IA00IRDAU
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber. BVH 'SRAEL (TfcMPLE). 547 E.
man. 30 Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldc
-------------- Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu. *:
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 64t PMANI FI ^Tc'TTT'..., ^
, Collins Ave. Rabbi Sad, Nah.mas. 31 bi^m R.in J ^ akland pr'
____.____ Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. A .
CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 1?42- ram- Cantor. Jerome Klement. 43
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom H/.ilANOAlE
Groner. 32 HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTE9
--------------- 1-6 N. E. 1st Ave.
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH -------.____
i-'iNTER. /501 E. Treasure Dr.,' ..,.....,._.
North Bay vaiane. Conserv,itiv HOILYWOOO
Cantor Leon Senai. 32-A Prldaj IS p.m Sermon: I- Th.
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ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. 10
Friday B:1S p.m. Sermon: "Mu-i "
OrKiinize.l Religion Breed Hypocrtay?" BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or.
-------------- thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky 22
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 102t
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive Con-
servativt. Rahbi Milton Schlinsky
Cantor Nathaniel Schub. 33
\ ltninlH> 1 ir Hope
BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S. 14 Av. ;.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 4t
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLfV 17;9
Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Cantoi ..vin?
BETH TORAH NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schiti. Cantor Jacob Re-nzer. Si
Friday 8:15 p.111 Sermon "Apathy,
Gold.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11 BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA.
Friday 5:30 p.m. and 8:4K p.m. Sermon: TION. 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A lt,,r.el,nii -iikI V-eiiiiiiv "- ri,.."i'i.','.'!.'
"Should There Be A .1. wish Vote?" CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION. American Frastratlon"
Followed by Ones Shabbat In honor 12,,2 Washington Ave Orthodox. ___L____
"f Mr. and Mr.-. Cheater Leltei *------- rnai radmcfi 14m ueu .g,.^ t,
V~U-'rHr\ T,;U'',''>-,lSnh,,:'m EMANU.EL (TEMPLE). 170, Wash. C.^v^v^^ibb^'ch.^.^Rub* .
Seiinoii. This Is Hi.- Ueglnnlng. ,ngton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irv- Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
* mg Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24 --------------
OR OLOM (lempie) eiaa SW. 16th Friday B p.m. Saturday 8 a.ni
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix- Irvine Lehrman Will preach.
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13 --------------
--------------- HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. M.ami pr.Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
H
Ave. Conservative. Cantor March-
bein.Marbiny 14
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E
4th Ave. Conservative. 15
ZION (TEMPLE). &000 Miller Rd
Conservative, Rabbi Norman N. Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
Bangs)
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. 2fi
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self 2/
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St
NORTH MIAMI I Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
_ owitz. Cantor Nito Feldman 28 <
B.?T MOSHE CONGREGATION Friday 5:Jfl pin. Saturday I am Car JUDEA
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 4"
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 S. W. 35th S :
Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J. Win
grad. Cantor Abraham Koster. ->i
POMPANO BEACH
1>r Slri*l. (TEMPLE^ of_ NORTH _OADE | SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 13J SE 11th Av;
Conservative. Raobi Morns A. Skop
Cantor Ernest Schreiber 4)
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGRCGAT.ON.
9293 Harding Ave., Surfaide. Towr
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D Vine
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CANDLELIGHT1NG TIME
18801 N.E. 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Ralph p. Kingsley. Cantor
Irving Shulkes. S7
Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "What'i
25 The Brachah for Hallowe"enr" Sat-
urday i"::ii a in Bar Mltsvah: Alnn,
on of Mr. and Mrs David Hirwh
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 N.E
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F.
Caplan. 38
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE *71st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. Mltsvah: Keith, son ( Mre. Elaine
Rabbi Joseph Qorfinkel, Cantor smimons. Sermon: "Firat
en Zion Kiracnenbaum. 35 Firt-t."
Things
CORAL GABLES
(TEMPLE) 5500
Granada
_ Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
Friday t>:K> p.m. Pulpit Quest: iir
KUK< II. K.'llll.eil.
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Col. Shaham's Address To
Kick Off Temple Program
.., Florida Friday. October 30. 1970
Section B
United States Is Israel's
Prime Immigrant Source


AVIV (JTA) Official
released here indicate
United States has become
source of immigration
ii first nine months of 1970.
Americans settled in Israel,
: for more than 20CJ of
migrants who arrived this
. i 3.729 Jews who emigrat-
Francc, ranked France
. .., the list of nations send-
'r i
-sons to Israel.
ration from the United
gtatc lias been on the increase
the Six-Day War. Following
th( 1948 War of Independence up
1967, i "ly a little more than
Jacob Katzman Guest
At Weizman Farband
>b Katzman will be install-
ing officer and guest of honor at
meeting of Chaim Weizman
. 343, Farband LZO. in the
ngton Federal Auditorium,
12 I Washington Ave., Sunday at
,m. .Moe Levin is serving as
ian; entertainment will be
il by Regina Balin.
Katzman. who travels to
frequently, will give a first-
rcDort on conditions there.
t r .,i the Jewish Agency
rid Zionist Action Corn-
affiliated with the
F< iii rati in of the
Stati and serves is na-
of Farband.
lr'< of the immigrantsan annual
influx of 600 to 1.203came from
the United States. Approximately
half left Israel later. The figure
rose to 2.094 in 1967. to 4.617 in
1968. and to 6.020 in 1969 accord-
ing to statistics provided by the
Jewish Agency.
Retired persons comprised a
large percentage of Americans
borders arc safe but our cities
aren't." en? person said. "Here
It's just the other way around.
You don't know how great it is to
walk through the streets of Tel
Aviv late at night without fear."
The report noted thqt many of
the professionals who have come
to Israel are academicians weary
of campus unrest. Prior to the Six-
When Temple Beth Sholom's
second annual "Israeli in Resi-
dence" program begins Sunday
morning. Ccl. Ze'cv Shaham, an
Israeli military leader, will ad-
dress the "Coffee and Conversa-
tion" group on the subject: "What
Kind cf Army Does Israel Have?"
Last year, Meth Sholom sponsored
an Israeli "Kibbutznick," as part
of its project to build a bridge be-
tween Israel and the U.S.A.
Colonel Shaham. who now holds
a senior command post, has been
an officer of the Israel Defense
Forces since its establishment. He
has played a key role in the de-
fenses of the country, and has
held a number of command and
administrative positions.
Horn in Tel Aviv in 1932. Col.
Shaham joined the Haganah. the
Jewish defense corps under the
emigrating here prior to the Six- D w" Bccordlng lo ,hc rrport. i British Mandate, after graduating ing officer.
Day War: the number of highly ,nn AmPrican immjKrants re- from high school and in 1942. be-
the Miami Beach Senior High
School and engage in dialog ie
with Beth Sholom junior high re-
ligious school students, as well as
BKSHTY (Beth Sholom Temple
Youth). He will also be available
to talk and answer questions about
Israel at home gatherings.
Lebediker Branch, Farband
LZO, Installs New Members
Lebediker Branch of Farbar.d
LZO will install 90 new members
at its 8 p.m. mcctinp in the Wash-
ington Federal Auditorium, 1234
i Washington Ave.. Saturday, i's
I president, Joseph P. Zuckerman,
has announced. Jacob Katzman. a
national vice president of the Zi-
| onist Federation and a leading
member of the Jewish Agency,
will be- guest sjK'akcr and Install-
educated and skilled people in
their prime was at a minimum.
Now the average age is 34, and
38'r are professionals or highly
skilled workers; the average in
Israeli society is 13Cr.
many
turned to their country after fail-
ing to obtain suitable jobs and ad-
just to the standard of living, low-
er than that of the U.S. Conditions
are far better now. There has been
a boom and full employment since
The Six-Day War created a new | the Six-Day War. According to
Jewish Agency estimates, only
5-6'J- of the post-1967 immigrants
have gone back to the United
States.
awareness and consciousness of
Jewish tradition and culture
among Americans who had never
been formally affiliated with the
Zionist movement of Jewish groups
in this country, officials said.
Their identification with Israel
was stimulated largely by their
great concern when the Arabs
threatened to annihilate the state
in 1967 and by their elation over
the Jewish victory, according to
the report. This love and pride of
Israel has been coupled with some
disillusionment with the U.S. "If
immigration increases," a new ar-
rival said, "you'll have to thank
the Black Panthers and the Other
.Tew haters who are making life
in America hell."
The continuing Arab-Israel war
has not discouraged Americans
from settling. "In America our
came a member of Palmach, the
striking force of the Haganah. He
served 4'2 years, during and af-
ter World War II, in the Jewish
Brigade of the British Army.
On. Nov. 8. the Colonel will
speak on the topic. "The Young
I People of Israel Are Different."
On Nov. 15. his subject will be,
! "Who Are the Palestinians?"
Col. Shaham will also lecture at
Vice president O.scar Shapiro,
and an able committee comprised
of Leon Rettig. Jacob Fraydman.
Hannah Yesrcr, Leon Ornstein.
Celia Gottlieb, Abe Rappaport,
I Lester Bigelman, Leon April, Hil ia
Glatt. Abraham Davis and Syhia
Zuckerman, together with the
Farband Chorus and Mandolin Or-
chestra wi'- entertain.
HELP DOUGLAS GARDENS
! WITHOUT SPENDING A DIME!
Funds earned by the Jewish Home for the Aged
Tb.ift Shop at 7300 N.W. 27th Avenue, in Miami,
&re an important part of the Home's operating
i ir.come.
I Won't you help the Home today by contributing
j items for resale at the Thrift Shop?
Do you have furniture, appliances, bedding,
j cameras, clothing, sporting goods or any other
saleable merchandise which you no longer need
j or can use?
Do you know someone, a friend or a neighbor,
j who is redecorating? Perhaps a hotel, an apart-
I mont house. Tell them about our Thrift Shop.
Douglas Gardens has serious financial needs,
j since 80 of its 222 residents are public welfare
recipients. With increased operating costs, and
lit assistance payments in Florida the lowest
j cf all s'al-es, the Home urgently needs your help
j tc maintain its rvgh quality care. May we count
o- y->.ir support?
j Just phone 696-2101 and arrange for our truck
o pick up your merchandise.
j And remember contributions to the Thrift
j Shop are tax deductible.
j The Douglas Gardens family residents,
j Board and staff thank you.
AARON KRAVITZ
JHA Vice President
Chairman
Thrift Shop Committee
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Siegel> \5 ill Receive
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JNF Pays Tribute
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Jewish Home For The Aged
Dedicates Tram, Doors
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,ri last week with the
dedication of the "Rosen-:
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i the Home's first Board
ira meeting for the 1970-
Jr., president of The
Horn..' for the Aged, paid
i the generosity of Edwin
thil. a noted philanthro-
i conti ibul 'd $50,000 to I
, tr m and electric door-;
ih it institution's resi-
-nil. ;i fii b1 for any home
l In the United States
to tr insrort the residents'
n '! he 1 !(>">. mil:-!
sier for the residents i i
one icilitj to another at
Gai d -ns, w hlch is situ-
i '_ acre plot.
iu 'ature of the tram
will no( only transport
nilatoiy passengers
h p itients as well.
ciallj d signed carl
- in in'. ifety de\ Ices
;l and sec >
Tin- tram is also
equipped with a colorful eanopy
and em tains which can be dropped
down to protect the residents and
Ihe driver in case of rain.
In eider to acoomodate the tram,
Which is almost 7 feet wide and
22 feel lone, the K >me had to
WuVfTTIff slrTeWhTfts more lli,,r 11
feet, move ind transplant many
' irge palm trees and shrubbery,
is well as sprinkler heads and
other obsi cles along the way.
The "Rosonthal electric doors"
have h come an Invaluable aid to
the residents, particularly to the
whet Ichai residents. The ale itric
loors hnve 'riven the residents a
new sense of independence and
im. Now. for the first time.
they can go through ';|i a si: anc from anothci p r-
son.
O er p ich of the five electric
loors >ne in the mo'n lobbv,
no at the Ah! in Nursing Buil I-
1 I'o 'iti .!'i" to the P ivilion
"id grotin and three at th en-
' r inn i to the dinlnc; room h:ing
'""" plenties with thi in- .>-
li in "Don ited In m m ii j of my
beloved mot he, Fr inces R ei
" al by he d -vote I son, E Iwin
M. R .senthal."
Mr. Rosi nthal's concern for the
residents of the Jewish Home for i
the Aged is another in a long list
of philanthropic endeavors. In an!
emotional ou I pouring of apprecia-
tion, the residents of the Home. '
one by one. were introduced to j
Mr. Kosentii.il and expressed their
gratitude for what he had done.
Mr. Rosenthal said that he has
made many sizable gifts in the past
to many organizations, hut none
gave him a feeling of greater sat-
isfaction than his contribution to
the Douglas Gardens Jewish Home
for the Aged.
Mr. Rosenthal gave Riverside
Military Academy the circle in
Hollywood on which the institu-
tion stands, together with the
large building on the site. He also
don.iied the presenl playground at
Temple Both El. On the same day
that he announced a $3 0.000 Rift \
to Nova University for its Stu-
dent Center, he made an lrlenti"al
Ifl to the Hollywood Memorial I
Hospital.
While living in the Detroit area
Mr. Rosenthal gave the Boy Scouts
if America one of their first cab-
Ins and created a Fresh Air C*imp
for undernrivileged Jew'sh chil-
Iren. which today i- still en loved
S\ 700 to 800 boys and girls every!
summer.
The I) lUglaS (i:e dens .1
Home for the Aged is a beneflci-
n v : rencj ol the I; eater Mi imi
Jewish Federation and the United!
Fund of Dode Counts,
Bob Graham Seeks;
State Senate Term
Slate Rep. Hob Graham, Dem-
ocratic nominee for the Florida
Senate, is seeking county-wide
supporl in die general election
November third. Twice selected
one of Florida"s most valuable
legislators, Hob Graham reflected
on his lour years in the Florida
House:
| "One accomplishment I am
particularly proud of is
Constitutional Amendment IV,"
staled Graham. "Experts agree
: tins one amendment can save
i Dade tax pavers over 100 million
, dollars and put muscle in our
fight against pollution, In higher
education, m> building program
tin w .isle and made more efficient
use of state university buildings.'"
Hob Graham has successfully
sponsored nioic than 50 major
pieces of legislation, "is record
includes significant accomplish'
inenis in the areas of public
school and higher education,
pollution control, transportation, i
and budjjei economies and reform,
Fleet Bob Graham
Male Senator (l)isl. 48)
County-wide TOte- Democrat
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SIMGHAS
hi cf the rocent Board of Directors meeting of The
me for the Aged, was the fcrmal presentation of
ithal electric tram and electric doors." Pictured at
cutting ceremony are Leo Rose, Jr., (lc'
: Home for tho Aged; Edwin M. Re the
the ele< Iric tr; n, cu i
.adanghter, Eieanor Koer,-
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jrewfislti Floridiaxi
the (AJomctn s (AJorla
Women's Division To Hold
'Second Tuesday' On Nov. 10
Friday. October 30, 1970
Clarence Q. Berger, executive vice president ci Brcmdeis
University, was guest speaker at the Brandeis University
Women's Committee's annual fall luncheon meeting in the
L'den Roc Hotel recently. He is shown with Mrs. Harold
Dcrfman. president of the Greater Miami Chapter, Mrs.
Fen Zion Ginsburg, chairman of the day, and Mrs. Arthur
lurkowitz. president of the Southeast Region.
Greater Miami Philharmonic Begins 6th Concert Season
The Greater Miami Philhar-
inonic, conducted by Alain Lom-
bard, began its 1970-71 season this
with concerts in botli Miami
Beach Auditorium and Dadc Coun-
ty Auditorium.
In addition to the 12 pairs of
regular subscription concerts, the
Philharmonic will present eight
Ottra-spcciaJ, one-time-only con-
cuts at Dade County Auditorium
this season. These reasonably-
priced singles will include two
children's concerts, a light sym-
phony, an evening with Victor
Borne, a concierto-latino. a bene-
fit concert and additional prome-
nade conc< rts.
Mrs. Howard Levine, a national
vice president of the American
Jewish Congress Women's Di-
vision, will conduct a leader-
ship seminar at Temple Beth
Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave., Mi-1
crri Beach, Thursday. Nov. 5.
beginning at noon. Miss Es-|
ther Kolatch, l\\e executive di-'
lector of AJC's Women's Di-
vision, will serve as moderator. I
end conduct a question-and-
answer session.
Wometco Theatres
CARIBlMlAMI
Gerald Schwartz Is
Histadrut Women's
Luncheon Speaker
Gerald Schwartz, a past presi-
dent of the Zionist Council of South
Florida, will speak to members of
the Women's Council of Histadrut
at their monthly luncheon at noon
Wednesday, Nov. 11. in the Cadil-
lac Hotel, Miami Beach. Sye Green
outstanding pantomimist and en-
tertainer, also will appear or. the
program.
Mrs, Jack WoHstcin, president
of the Women's Council for South
Florida, will preside at the lunch-
eon. Reservations may be made
at the Histadrut office, I Lincoln
Rd.
Mr. Schwartz, who will discuss
the continuing crisis in the Middle
East, and Histadrut's hole in pro-
viding medical services for more
than 80'r of Israel's Jewish popu-
lation <70r{- of its entire popula-
tion including both Jews and
Arabs 1 is also a past president of
the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai
B'rith and has served as execu-
tive vice president of Bar-Ilan
University, located in Ramat Can.
Israel. He and his wife led a His-
tadrut tour to Israel last summer.
The Histadrut Women's Coun-
cil is raising funds for a Bet Avot
(Parents' Home) in Israel, and is
cooperating with the Israel Hista-
drut Council of South Florida in
its campaign to secure SI.000.000
for the new South Florida Medi-
cal Center in Bcersheba. Israel.
Page 5-B More than 1.000 men and women
I are expected to attend "Second
I Tuesday," the most ambitious un-
] dertaking ever planned by the
I Women's Division of the Great el-
Miami Jewish Federation, on
Tuesday. Nov. 10.
The community-wldo education
day, to he held at the Seville Hj-
tel, will feature Sander Vanocur.
host of NBC television network's
First Tuesday" program. There
will a'so be an original film pres-
entation including a day in the
i life of a Miami Jewish family,
events leading to the establishment
I ot the State of Israel, life in that
country today, and scenes featur-
I ing beneficiary agencies of the
Greater Miami Je.vish Federation.
"Second Tuesday" will begin at
9:30 a.m. with the film presenta-
I tion. which will be followed by
! seminar discussions and a lunch-
" m. at which time Sander Vanocur
will discuss nis recent visit to the
Mideast.
"The seminars will afford an op-
portunlty to participate in dis-
cussions about issues of deep con-
cern to all of us, and especially
the survival of the Jewish people."
declared Mrs. .".like Sumberg.
chairman of the day. "When wo
speak of survival, we no longer
refer to the survival of a life .
but of the survival of a people, and
it is only fitting that people who
share a destiny should meet and
try to work our their future," she
commented.
knowledge, a day of participation
to involve people in the partner-
ship that is the Jewish community
SANDER VANQCtiR
of Greater Miami. Those per-
sons interested in attending "Sec-
ond Tuesday" should contact the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
Women's Division.
Officers of the Federation's
Women's Division include Mrs. Bur-
ton Levey, president; Mrs. Mike
Sumberg, vice president. Educa-
tion; Mrs. Irving Wexler, vice
president, Leadership TVainir_:
Mrs. Jerome Kipnis, vice presi-
dent, Campaign; Mrs. Harry B.
Smith, vice president, Area Co-
ordination: Mrs. Howard Trinjf.
vice president, Community Or-
ganization; Mrs. Herbert Lo?in,
recording secretary; Mrs. How-
ard Scharlin, corresi>onding sec-
retary; Mrs. Sidney Schwartz,
parliamentarian, Mrs. Edwin On-
penheim, immediate past presi-
dent; Mrs. Aaron Farr. Nominating
Committee chairman; Mrs. Harry
Orleans, chairman of Miami Beach
Area Board; Mrs. Morton W>
berger. chairman of South D
Area Board and Mrs. Donald R (11
chairman ol North Dade A
Board.
The Committee for Second Tues-
day includes Mrs. Herbert Mathes,
Program chairman; Mrs. Irving
Cypen and Mrs. Sherman Kaplan.
Arrangements chairmen: Mrs. Har-
ry B. Smith and Mrs. Sol Landau,
Visual presentation; Mrs. Michael
Pascal and Mrs. Henry Roloff. In-
vitations and Decorations; Mrs.
Robert Traurig, Personnel chair-
man; Mrs. Fred Singer. Seating
chairman: Mrs. Howard Trinz,
Community Organizations; Mrs.
Irving Wexler, Moderators chair-
man; Mrs. Robert Forman. Re- -
vations chairman: Mrs. Marvin
! Sackner, Mailing chairman, and
' Mrs. David Serns. Publicity chair-
man.
MARVIN
'MONTE WALSH
THE AFL-CIO ENDORSED
IUDGE DUDLEY'S RE-ELECTION
YOU SHOULD TOO ...
Vote For JUDGE DUDLEY
"In 1970. we find Jews in a
crisis of survival with three mil-]
lion in the Soviet Union facing
cultural extinction and 2'a million
in Israel facing physical extinc-
t'on. five million in the United
States searching for their Jew s'i
identity, many seeing their chil-
dren voluntarily leaving Judaism
or even attacking it. Then there
arc four million more Jews scat-
tered throughout the world, some
in constant danger in Arab coun-
tries, second class citizens in some
South American nations, and some
free to flourish in democratic coun-
tries." Mrs. Sumberg said.
"The key to the survival of the
Jewish people isn't to be found
onlv in spirit of kibbutzim and in
military strength along the Suez
Canal, it must also be found in our
own neighborhood. This is the im-
*>rtance and relevance of Second
Tuesday.' and that's where the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
comes in." Mrs. Sumberg declared
According to M*S. Burton R.
Levey, president of the Women's
Division. "Second Tuesday" will
be a dav of sharing Ideas and
Cancer Nursing Is Topic
The Florida Division eff the
American Cancer Society and its
Dade County Unit, in coopera-
tion with District No. 5 and No. 28
Florida Nurses Association, will
present a special cancer nursing
program at St. Sophia Greek Or-
thodox Church Auditorium Wed-
nesday, Nov. 11. from 9:30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. with (Catherine R Nel-
son, R.N.. Ph.D., director of nurs-
ing education, Teachers College.
Columbia University as guest
speaker. All registered, licensed
practical, ar.d student nurses are
invited, te attend.
LOVERS
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VOTE FOR
ASKEW/ADAMS
ASKEW IS AGAINST AN INCREASE IN THE SALES TAX
AGAINST A PERSONAL INCOME TAX
AGAINST A TAX ON FOOD AND MEDICINES
ASKEW IS FOR
SUPPORTIVE HELP FOR ALL FLORIDA'S
SENIOR CITIZENS!
He Listens to Senior Citizens' Problems
ASKEW IS FOR ACTION NOW!
THE BEST TEAM fOR ALL FLORIDA
MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT ON TUESDAY
Elect
REUBIN TOM
ASKEW ADAMS
GOVERNOR LT. G0V.
We Need Your Help!
Pd. for by Askew/Adams Campaign Fund
Richard Pallot, Deputy Treasurer



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Friday. October 3C
Shalom Award Goes To
Cuban Hebrew Leaders
-- Boruch Shames
it regime in Cuba. M
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years p i Cast -
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Sh i active in mtm)
related to Israel. He was
lent of th J w-
sh Natl >nal Fund, chairman op.
in-i on the
,x rds >: die Keren
cod and the HLstadrut.
In 19S1 Mr. Shames -
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Nation
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(' b n Ide\.' to th'
. _rress in Jeru-
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ff.ft. and MRS. BOJrUCH SHAMES
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t in 1 rigre Cuban Jewish
. Miami, will
be h i ir I for their many years
ol x mplary on behalf ol
: at the annual Cuban Ho-
-Israel Dinner of State Sun-
< _. evening, Nov. lo. at the Fon-
: bleau Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Shames will be
the recipients ol the State of li-
ra, l Shalom Award. It will bo con-
ferred upon them by one of the
ling diplomatic representatives
.f Israel In the United States, who
H U come to Miami especially for
11 occasion.
Mr. Shames was one of the Jew-
ish Cubans in Miami who orga-
nized the first Cuban H*rew Din-',
ner of State for Israel B >nds in
1908. Tlie first event of its kind,
r.ot only in Miami but in the
United States, it focused nation.il
attention on the local Cuban Jew-;
i>h community, $
Parkway Presents
Caps, Certificates
To Candy Stripers
More- than 100 Parkway G^n
eral Hospital Cindy Stripers, \Aa* J
their friends and relatives, t-
landed the cappine and inst illa-
tion ceremonies held at the Wash-J
incrton Fi-der.il Auditorium in
Ko?th Miami Beach recently.
The program was opened by
Mrs. Maurice Lebowitz. Auxiliary'
chairman of Candy Stripers.*
GreetintDi ware brought bv Mrs.
Morris W. Greenberst. president ofj
the Auxiliary, and by Dr. Davd
T.. f-owcii. president of the Modi-.
cal Advisory lioard of Parkway
G: nera! Hospital.
Guest sne-'k'r was Mrs Glndva
Frephtel, Difrtpr "f Nursine. She,
and Mrs. W'lnv Smith. Acsstint
Director of Nursing, n*MrteH
r i I s to 80 Candy
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M Gre i ig*". ins'al'ed P.....Ida
Mi i as president, Bat I -n
I,/ i |.i .. ',-)-'s^-ndinL' sec-
ret Maureen M'^l'^an b' re-
cording s cretiry. Debbie Korn-
v'ce president and S
B!r bach urer.
\- a token of aopi.....lation for
ii i service to the Candy
gtj M "cs-ina presented
;, k.! t of i to Mrs. Lebo-
. \ ip, 1 rimmed with
,. nted to Mrs.
' fj the Nursm-; of-
t an honorary
Candy Stri]
in 1%0.
nes resided for
rl t'me in New York, where
Mr. S"1 rganteed and serv
as chairman of th.1 Cuban branc'i
nd, which then num
.embers.
-:-l^nt-: of Miami since F
urary, 1968, Mr. .nd Mrs. Sham -
parents ol hs i sons David
th" eldest, resid in Seattl": Moses
il ; resident of Puerto Rico.
"Columbus Lauded
1.400 Year* After
Jewish Refugees'
NEW YORK iJTAi Jews a
ig the Romans landed in th |
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Cyrus H
Waltth-I
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Sh re A S ic ety
Long :- iption
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when the Smit on
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7 and 1 S A.D.' The
archec!';^!e-'.i ci imst nces of the
discovi : y iile ml ince of
fraud or forgery" hi I L "The
Meluni
p.esent-d ly e st-
em Tonro non-Indian, non-1
Negro, n in-A -S ixon whi
who claim to be dcscendent.s of.
Mediterranean emigres who
rived in ;h.- Ni v W .rid 2.000,
befor > Columbus
"Mini's, Midi's or Maxi's" that's what Mrs. Arthur I.
Snyder. chairman of the Fashion Show and Luncheon, Mrs.
Stanley Friedman and Mrs. James Cohen are disci.
Jordan Marsh wili present "Devastating Looks for the 1-
at Beth Torah Social Hall Wednesday, at 11:30 a.m. Tickets
may be purchased at the Temple office or through Mrs. c
Zwerner. who is in chorae of ticket" and table reserva\--.=.
reprint from THE MIAMI HERALD
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28,1970
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Mesivta Dinner Will
Honor Jacob Kotlers
il dinner of the
M,.. ,-ta <>f Greater Miami. Louis
:. r i!.-;n School, will be
m. and MRS. IACOB KOILfR
hold at the Plaza Hotel. Sunday.
at 6 p.m., Muses M. Grund-
president of the school. has
inced. 1Mb*, and Mrs. Ja~ob
if 3738 Prairie Aw Miami
f cell-known civic and Re-
I:- have l>een named
guests >:' honor.
Th.' Meaivt High School, which
li current enrollment of IT. is
i I) gecon lai"ji school in the
s-iuthea Hi. i rig a complete Jew-
- pr tgTOOl, as well OS B
. studies curriculum. Rabhi
n r S tr -s. principal, said
i lua (the fully accred-1
- nior high school which In-
rail's I LOth, llth and 12th
- iccepted in the
I universities of
I L'nited States during the past
six : i them earning
*- >r their academic
idu lies are also !
1 n ; ibbinic institu-
tions in this country and in Israel.
he said.
Mr. Kotler, president of the Kot-
ler Construction Co. Inc., New
York City, is a former vice presi-
dent of Parker Brand Corp.-Real i
EstaW""iRWW fortnv Wooittorth
Suildint*. He is also affiliated with
the N.Y. Building Superintendents
Association, Grand Si reel r,
Knights of Pythias-Albert Kin-
stein Lodg >, B'nai B'rith-S muel
Dickstcin Lodgc.lhe M ihrine]
and East Side Chamber ol Com
merce. H is a patron of Eastern
Star, director of Young Israel of
Manhattan, li i mi Jacob Joseph
School and Beth Jacob School,
builder of free dental and eye
clinics. Voted the "1954 Out-
standing Citizen" of the year, he
is a former honorary deputy Com- I
missioner in the Borough Piv-;-
dent's office, recipient of the 1963
President's Award of the Union'
ofOrthodox Jewish Coneresjations
of America and the 1964 Golden
Shofar Award winner from the
National Council of Young Israel.
Mrs. Kotler js president of the
Mesivta of Greater Miami Wom-
en's Organization and currently
serves as administrator of the
Mcsivta's Secular Department. She
is also president of the Beth Is- '
rael Sisterhood and a Life Mem-
ber of the Hatikvah Chapter of
Mi/rachi. the Hebrew Acaderm
Women. Mesivta Women and OUT.
Coffee Precedes Meeting
B'nai B'rith Women's Council of
Miami Beach will meet in the hos-
pitality room of the Chase Federal
al 41st St. and Sheridan Ave., on
Tuesday. The 12:30 p.m. meeting
will be preceded by a coffee; Mrs.
Philip Wolmer is president.
Hancock Representative
Here Awarded CIA'
Marvin Za is, a John Hat I
Mutual Lifi fnsuranc Company
repn s. ntativc and mi mb r ol the
Miami Association of Idle Under-
writers, u.i i awardi d the covi ted
Charten d Life Undi rwriti rs des-
ignation ai the national confi r-
menl exercises held by the Ameri-
can College of Life Underwriters
I in New Orleans, La., last month.
A nath oi Miami, Mr. Zalis
gratuated from Miami Senior High
School an I obtained Ids l>..\. de-
gree al V. ..:. a i rniversity. Ho is
a \ ice pn sid nt of Ahaval Shalom
Congregatioi hi i
Priina Sisters Entertain
At Temple Or Olom Event
The Prima Sisters, a po]
local singing duo with an act
containing both contemporary and
folk music, were to entertain at
the 7 p.m. Thursday paid-up
membi rship supp r, an i vent h
annua'ly by the Sis! ol
Ten,pi- Or Olom, Mi Hoi
Margolis, m mbership vice presi-
dent, has announced.
The function is to !> held in the
temple's social hall; Mis. Mum a.
R iscnb i :- I pi ogi am i
for the i venii
The d's annual fashion
show luncheon will be held in the
social hell Thursday noon. Nov. 5.
tiin : cr< al ii ns by "Natasii i"
of v.ays for all FlPsli.^fRv. and
hair si li s bj C i ousel Coiffur i
of Westchester. A "Weight Watch-
er" lunchi m is .ail tble, i>;t must
be n i|ii' sti d in ad\ ance. M s.
Mi Ivin Shifke i !' Mis. Bob Par-
i i are servii luncheon co-
chairmen; Mrs. Mr-rra, Kaye is
ects vii ;! sident.
Sistci hoi d pn sidi :u is Mrs.
i [i rl crl S: Itman. i hi m mbership
immittee includes Mis. Martin
Hirsch, who serves is cochairman,
Mrs. Sam Birnbaum, Mrs. Hairy
Gordon, Mrs. Herman Holland' r.
Mis. Daniel Levine, Mrs. Bob Par-
ent. Mrs. Albert Rosen and Mrs.
Murray Valko* lt>:,
Edgar M. Bronfman, president of Joseph E. Seagram
and Sons, Inc., has announced the appointment of
Arthur F. Murphy as president of Seagram Distillers
Company division, and of Alvin Fleishman to succeed
Mr. Murphy as president of Calvert Distillers Com-
pany. Mt. Murphy, president of the affiliated Calvert
Distillers Company rince '965, had previously been
Calvert's executive vice president. He came to Cal-
vert in 1962 from Seagram, which he had joined in
1946. Mr. Fleishman has been serving as executive
vice president cf the Four Roses Distillers Company
division, and hes held a number cf top executive
sales posts during his 18 years with Ihe corporation.
Mizrachi Women's Soiree
A membership soiree for the
entire Florida Council of Mizrachi
Women's Organization will be held
in the Grand Ballroom of Temple
Emanu-El, 1701 Washington Ave..
at 1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 5, Mrs.
Alfred Stone coordinator, has an-
n unced. Mr R Shapiro will
sei ve as i liaii
Chaptei s exp tret to participate
and i In il | n -: li its include Fan-
ny April and Betty Turk. Aviva;
nne Finki Istein, Chai; Naomi
Bloom Rae Klein. Eve Linet and
Sa ndra Rothenberg, Galil; Fran-
Katz, Geula; Sara Shaw. Ha-
dar; Pearl Kolk Hatikvah; Sara
Mae Geltner and I ess Sokol, Kin-
neret; Rachel Katz, Miami Beach;
Anna Berlin, Raanana; Rose Ehr-
enreich and Ri a iman. Shalom.
Senator Lawton
es says
'We should support Israel to any extent to
help save the only true democracy in the
Middle East *
He doesn't pussyfoot. He doesn't hedge. He's walked
our State from Panhandle to Keys, and he's listened
to what you have to say. That's why Senator Ken
Myers supports Senator Chiles. And a&ks you to vote
for Senator Lawton Chiles, too.
Lawton
Chiles,
the Walking
Senator
Dace County Committee to Elect
Lawton Chiles United States Senator
|Co-Chairmen: Sen. Richard Fincher,
>e"- Edmund J. Gong, Sen. George L. Hollahan, Jr.,
>er Kenneth M. Myers, Sen. Ralph Poston,
fen. Lee E. Weissenborn.
iMOCRAT FOR U.S. SENATE


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Ma rated
Mr included our
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ng to
moke a D to tell J
;.ke a model herv-.f m -.-<- d d Ike Eukion show)
tkol other women iaiMbH the world besides those
-. ;*rfect f.gurws and long swinging hair,
smooth as silk.
Ixils of people iren there enjoying themselves.
Among them HH Mrs. E>aniei Preuss. Mr-.
Sidney Lends and Mrs. Jaroei Lewie, Mrs. Mar-
-hall Pepper. Mrs. Jules Israel. Mrs. Jerome Hal-
pern end Mrs. Richard Levin (who won a prize
for having th<- youngest babyher David is now
i ,x monthi old >.
I also law Mrs. Benedict Silver-man, Mrs. Jo-
epti Rote, Mrv 8. Ronald Pallot, Mr-. Knneth
Treister, Mrs. Inakl Farber, M\- Howard
Katzen, Mrs Alfred Camner, Mn. Robert Wern-
r, Mrs. Morris Levitt, Mn. Stanley Roth. Ms.
Aaron Parr. Mrs. Bart Cohen, Mn. Charles
Kruglick, Mn. Anthony S. Miniea, Mn. Arthur
Treister, Mr- Rudolph Singer and Mrs. Frank
tarua Mildred iMn, Jessi Spirer wasn't at
party. Dr. Henry King Stanford had invited
ind Jess to Bo to Pittsburgh, Pa., with the
football team and th-*t took precedence.
Roe (Mn Howard) Hirseh left in time to
:-t t< the track I ine of their honea run.
She waa all dressed up so thrjt ike could go into
h<- winnei ein .' didn't call her to find out
If the bone -von or not. becait.se if it had. I'd feel
idly that I hadn't bet on it. It was a wonderful
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Mr. and Mrs. Jet.
Mn Aaron Farr, Mr. and Mi
Harold Thurn in, Mi and Mi Ed Cohen, ::
Kate HtfP^iw*11'H. Mr.an: Mrs. Irving Waxier
and Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. Cohan, were among
those who attended.
AT THE JOCKEY CIA'B
It was a beautiful setting for the luncheon
that Iis chelle Wagner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Wagner who is going to marry Lois's son. Robert
Si me. The tablecloths were in four colorspink,
orange and yellowwith basket center-
-. to match; butterflies, decorated each r._p-
kin a most unusual decor. Mich- il- an adorable
girl with long. dark, flowing hair, wore a woo!
knick?r outfit that she brought back from Rome
and Mgti boots. Among the guests were Mn
Jerry Blank. Mn. Irving Cowan. Mrs. Rich
Deutsch Mn Sam Me!l, Mrs Mitchell Wolfi
Mrs Milton Weiss, Mrs. Dan Ruskin. Mr- Eman-
uel c^>Hs':."h and Mn. Walter Jac
THKV'KK (.LAI) TO BE BACK
Mr. ind Mrs. Leo Elsensteui who ha
returned from an extensive trip to Europe
thnt the highlight of the trip was a visit "
cousin they had never met. 57-year-old R
Shmuel Butnaru, of Galatzi. Rumania. Le I
Nora had a very pleasant visit, but as
as their trip was. they are very glad \> be back
home.
Arlene's Engagement
Is Announced By Dales
Mi and Mn H- rman Dais
a 0 BM -" bounce the
then la d r, Ar-
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Marriage Rites To Open Patio Theatre Thursday
different kind cf ceremony
to be held Thursday evening
at ie opening of Wometco's new
Pi lio Theatre, adjacent to the
i- 'I Street Theatre in the North
i Beach Shopping 'enter, a
i edy about weddings called
I. ,-.i is and Other Strangers" will
be Itl litst film, so a wedding has
be< < scheduled for 7 p.m. in front
of its entrance; the gioom will be
given the key to the front door.
He will unlock it and carry his
bride across the thn-shhold. offi-
cially opening the theatre.
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The co Danl
former en mi B
Federal, and J*
Antwerp, B Igium, wei
united in marriage by their :
attorney David Sen
Lynn Kennedy as matn .:
and Herbert Davl best man.
They plan to live in Bi Igj im :t i
two days m the Eden R Hoi
courtesy of Morris Lansburgh, and
a seven-day cruise to Jamaira on
Norwegian Caribbean Lines' M-S
Staiward.
FLOWERS by I
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Commit t- lers who wort'
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announce the enga^envnt ol i
daughter. Nadine P.uth. to L -s
Barocaa, son of Mr. and
Gerald Barocas 9130 SW 51 it St,
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Mr. Barocas. grandson ol Mr.
ir.d Mrs. Abraham Egherma- -
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School and is now a junior a: th
University of Miami where he
majoring in Government.
Round Town
J-i-tere and Mrs. waiter. 8230 SW 86th T \
bratcd their 15th weddii
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George's brother, Michael,
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CfMH'A I. TOPPELL
[Cynthia's Engaged
To Murray Brott,
The Toppells Say
Hr. I Mrs. Jack Toppell. for-
ner Mi mians who now live in J
Atlanta. Ga. announce the en-j
pgement of their daughter. Cyn-
thia Laurie, to Murray L. Brott. |
the sod of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Brott ol Glencoe. Ii!.
Miss Toppell. the grand iaiHthter
if th( late Mr. and Mrs. Charles;
Lufi. and the late Mr. and Mrs. i
Sam Toppell. of New York is a!
student at 'he University of Okla-I
where =he Is in her sopho-1
v--a". She Is B member of,
Susan Swersky and
Lawrence Bodner
United in Marriage
Ra' bi Max A. I.ipschitz offici-
>t' d at the Sunday. Oct. 25, rites
which united Susan Swersky and
' awrepee Eodner in marriage at
Beth Torah Congregation. The
rert monies were followed by a re-
;eption at the tempi'',
i Tin' bride, whose parents are
1 Mr. and Mrs >.'ilton M. Swersky,
WO NE 17S!h T.r.. North Miami
''.' ach, is in her senior y< ar at
Floi Ida Atlantic '' Iversity, A
n. mi;' r 'i .'! ha Epsilon Phi so-
rority, she pret iously was a stu-
dent at the University <>f Mary-
and. Her husband, the son of Mr.
mil Mrs. Jacques Bodner, 13155
Keystone Ter., North Miami, is a
graduate of the University of
Bridgeport. Conn.
The new Mrs. Bodner selected a
flocrl ngth candK light gown and
mantilla for her wedding; she car-
ried a cascade arrangement of
ivory rcscs. Can.l Swersky served
as her maid of honor, Mrs. Arthur
Snow was matron of honor, and
Bonnie Bodner was bridesmaid.
Groomsmen included Fred Bodner,
best man. and ushers Gary Bodner
and Arthur Snow.
The Bodners will make their
home in North Miami after a
honeymoon in Nassau. Bahamas.
S I Its T.'ii 9 irority.
T'i" i'.itu"" hriderro'wn, grandson
jo! Mr, and Mrs. Isadora Poemar!
. III. and Miami Beach.
1 Mi- Henry Brott. and the'
: Mi Brott of Chicago, is a;
at the University of Okla-.
I v he is a member of'
; i \ vi Mu fraternity.
The ''"; w:Il tak^ pin--]
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Sin -!-s Oub of the YM-
Gn 11 t Miami has ar-
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diUac Hotel. Price in-
ncing, show and hors
- prizes will be awarded
isl costumes. Singles be-
agi s >1 21 and 35 will
Benefit Tickets On Sale
Tickets are now available for
he opening of "The Diary of a
Mad Housewife" in the Carib
Theatre Thursday. Nov. 19. at
3:30 p.m. Proceeds of the annual
\ nt h.dd by Miami Beach Elks
Lodge 1601 will go to the Harry-
Anna Ctippled Children's Hospital
in Umatilla, Fla.. and other Lodge-
supported charities.
Ted Cohen, one of the lodge's i
leading knights has been named
as chairman ot the movie project; j
Sam Bauman, trustee emeritus o' !
the lodge, has been named treas-
urer, according to an announce-
ment made by S. Larry Klmmel,
exalted ruler. Persons desiring to
purchase tickets should call the
lodge.
Robin Tobia* lo Marry
Danny Lloyd Next June
Mr. and mis. Lenny To'iias of
19200 N\V 5th Ave., announce the |
ngagenu nt of their daughter, i
Robin, to Danny Llo/ri, the son of |
Mr. and Mrs. David Lloyd, 2025
NW 183rd St.
The couple has se June 20, 1971
is their wedding date; the cere-
mony is scheduled to take place
nt Beth Torah Congregation.
The Peacock Gallery and Fine Arts Committee of Temple
Sinai of North Dade is sponsoring an exhibition of excep-
tional Haitian Art work, including the works cf Savain, Booz
and Manuel, which will be presented by Alex Pasquet
(center) during an evening devoted to Haitian music, danc-
ing, folklore and a midnight buffet featuring authentic French-
Haitian food Saturday Oct. 31, from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the
temple, 18801 NE 22nd Ave. Mrs. Evelyn Zim, (left) is chair-
man cf the Fine Arts Committee; Mrs. Bernice Steiner is di-
rector of the Peacock Gallery.
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Friday, October 30. 1970
Suburban League
In Cancer Fight
["he women of the Suburban
L gue Fight Cancer their v
-" fc. '' judge by results it's the
I
!|
.V 'Carnival in Ven-
Luncheon this week they gave
Children's Ho :
$23,110. the
.. I] their fund-i
i-l 10 months. 11
s theii
nd rc| i he dedi-
ti i .'. of some 175 members,
invoh ed."all -
low i th< y raisi $23,14 ">?
e women sp in-
' : Tag Days, a Rummage Sale.
] inor Luncheons, an Ari Bo k. a
Social, their Annual Ban-
and Show, a Theater Party, a
.si.M-y-Siump Book Party, a
B twling League, Got Acquainted
rty, a Picnic and many more
initiative events. All these proj-
- earn money for support of the
hospital's Oncology (Cancer) Unit.
M:.s. Morris Levitt, president
can l>e proud of her group of
young housewives who also serve as |
HflSj.;..,i V ;""--ft|H o.ii..ii- s;are
time. The League's honors are nu-
merous : it has been cited by the
I 1 lei aid several times, the
recipient of a Distinguished
Achievement Scroll from Vari-
ety Children's Hospital, and in-
scribed on a bronze plaque in the
Prince Philip H ill of Hjnor.
Mrs. Paul Ruttenberg and Mrs.
Robert Segal were cochairmen of
the "Italian-Styie" luncheon, as-
sisted by the Me I ry Se-
ligman, Larry Mizrach, Allan Bork.
.lay Mitchell. Hal KassewitZ and
Richard Masington.
Guests of honor included Dr.
Richard C. Adler, Variety's acting
executive director: Mrs. Edward
Broidy, liaison. Women's Commit-
tee: and Charles R. Jaccbson, di-
rector of Public Relations.
JW\ Auxiliaries Announce
Activities For November
Irs. Justine Abramow itz. the
sidenl of the Jewish War Vet-
i ins of the United States Depart-
l nt of Florida Ladies Auxiliary,
Will make her official visit to
st .Miami Auxiliary 2_'.'i Thurs-
t Nov. 5, and visit Point East
/ Kiliary <',<-l.s Monday. Nov. 9. Of-
l ial visits are also scheduled to
I made to Miramar Auxiliary 177
Nov. 17 and Victor B. Freed-
ii Auxiliary 613 on Nov. 18.
Activities scheduled by the aux-
; tries of various local JU'V Posts
i Illdc:
l'.iNorman Brace Brown
4oi w. Ftegler st.
PresidentMm SchrHlier
inor dinner and show at Les
V >'ins Restaurant. Sunday; joint
-sert birthday party, 11th floor
?. u-sing Center of Veterans Hos-
|i al, 2 p.m. Tuesday; Veterans'
1 y Motorcade at North Miami
] acb City Hall. Wednesday, Nov.
1' annual i>icnie at Matheson
E, mtnock. with Parkway Center
< ildren as guests, Sunday. Nov.
1' joint membership tea Tuesday,
N v. 17; Thanksgiving Day dinner
a1 Veterans Hospital. Nov. 24.
J".:Miramar Auxiliary
Temple Israel of Miramar
PresidentBirdie Grace
'abaret Night at Balmoral Ho-
1 Saturday, Nov. 21; regular
t siness meeting. 8:30 p.m. Tues-
. Nov. 24.
i. West Miami
thinkers Motel. "iXflO SW 8 St.
PresidentRuth I'.iiriiiui
ulai business meeting, offi-
I \i-it from Dept. pn sklent.
J stir Abramowitz, Thursday,
' 8 15 p.m.; Oneg Shabbat
Ti mplc Or Olom. S p.m. Friday.
Day services at
10:.10 a.m. Sun-
(urrag aotontsu
l''rii|ile Zuiiiora. (oral Gables
l'l i iU lit----fads Bli,/
'i ing 8:15 p.m. Tues-
: rvsi-.\ux. Tag Day. Monday,
9 ^fni social at meeting hall
': sda; Nov. 17: .s p.m. board
tii s "nt Meriick Demonstra-
S ool, Tuesday. Now 24.
Miami Be-.ieh
l!)->0 Collins Am-.
PresidentMinnie llopen
P.eguiac mrsai' sa -n- eting Tnurs-
. v ,\., j, at g:15 p.m.; victory
foJlawing Veterans' Day
torcade Wednesday, Nov. 11;
m ind card party at Wash-
ral, 1234 Washington
W. dm e lay, Nov. IK. at 12:30
(ticket chairman, Ceil Roch-
ss :nn ting Thuis-
Nov. 19.
Pour Freedom*
I-ur I'rei- PresidentDorothy Singer
inch. 11:30 a.m. Thursday,
13: X'ejeians'
( :e?jiaee Park,
s;'i
Nov. 19: special Veterans Hospital
Thanksgiving luncheon Tuesday,
Nov. 24.
677North Shore
PresidentLihbie < oh en
Post-Aux. membership breakfast
10 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 8, in Croyden
Arms Hotel; Official Tag Day.
Wednesday, Nov. 11; board meet-
ing at Chase Federal, Arthur God-
frey Rd.. 8 p.m. Monday. Nov. 16;
memorial services conducted by
Frances Goodman and Sophia Lee,
Washington Federal, 1133 Nor-
mandy Dr.. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday,
Nov. 25; Veterans Hospital ward
party. Saturday, Nov. 28.
681Ilialeah-Miami Springs
PresidentLillian Newman
Business meeting at Temple Tif-
ereth Jacob, 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
Nov. 8; special Thanksgiving din-
ner for pat ii nts at Veterans Hos-
pital. Tuesday, Nov. 24.
682Abr Horowitz
PresidentIlk-hie Cohen
Post-Aux. party in the Veterans
Hospital recreation hall Sunday;
board meeting at Unified Hall,
2300 NE 171st St.. Monday; Vet-
erans Day parade and dance in
North Miami Beach. Wednesday,
Nov. 11; white elephant sale. Uni-
fied Hall. Thursday. Nov. 12.
698Point East
PresidentRose Weissman
Official visit of Justine Abram-
owitz, 8 p.m. Monday. Nov. 9; Vet-
erans Day parade in North Miami
Beach. 7 pjn. Wednesday, Nov. 11;
paid-up membership party in the
clubhouse Now 22; Veterans Hos-
pital Thanksgiving dinner Nov. 24.
723Hurry it. Cohen
8rd St. & Collins Ave.
PresidentShirley TntKash
Board Meeting 8 p.m. Wednes-
day, home of Frieda Cohen. 5555
Collins Ave.; Bay Harbor Veterans
Day parade. 11 a.m. and regular
meeting s p.m. on Wednesday
Nov. 11.
746Col. David Marcus
650 N"\V IH3rcl St.
PresidentMurgie McSherrt
Tag Days Now 1-8; regular
meeting at Miami Beach Federal,
Wednesday; Homestead Military
Hospital party Wednesday, Nov.
11, Veterans Day Parade in North
Miami Beach Wednesday, Nov. ii;
regular meeting at Miami Beach
Fe.terai Wednesday. Nov. is.
pines
Stand Tall
in Florida's
Future!
g
% St
A year of dedicated effort resulted in this
giant check for S23.146 for Variety Children's
Hospital, donated by the Suburban League
women to sustain the work in the hospital's
Oncology Unit. Shown during the presenta-
tion ceremonies are (from left) the Mes-
dames Morris Levitt, Richard Masington,
Paul Ruttenberg, Robert Segal and Hani:
Kai-sner.
Women's American ORT Na!lo
members representing Southeastern
Region, who plan to attend the Nar
Board Conference in St. Paul, Minn., include
from left, (seated) Mrs. Leonard Pechenik.
gicn president; Mrs. Phillip Stark, chair-
man of the Executive Committee; (standing)
Mrs. George Linden, Mrs. Lou Jacobson, Mrs.
Sydney Ktonish, Mrs. Syd Hoff, Mrs. Michael
Rosenthul and Mrs. Edward Light.
Local Delegation Attends Conclave
National Board members of
| Southeastern Florida Region W im-
en's American ORT (Organization
for Rehabilitation Through Train-
ing I are attending the organiza-
. tion's 1970 National Board Con-
I ference, this week in St. Paul,
Minn., where hundreds of key
leader.- of Women's American ORT
are representing the group's 90,-
000 members in over 700 chapters
throughout the nation.
Delegates from Southeastern
Florida Region include Mrs. Leon-
ard Pechenik, Region president:
Mrs. Phillip Stark, chairman of
Executive Committee; Mrs. Geo.
Unite, Mrs. Louis Baron, Mrs.
Lou Jacobson, Mrs. Sydney Kron-
ish. Mrs. Syd Hoff. Mrs. Michael
. Rosenthal Mrs. Edward Light and
Mrs. Theodora Z>:.ies.
"As the world's largest volun-
tary vocation*! education and
training program, ORTs current
operations in over two installa-
tions on fivi continents, serve a
student .....-oilmen! of nearly 60.-
j 130, Mrs. Pechenik said 'V.
anxious to enlarge our enrollment
facilities so that every student
who wishes and needs vital ORT
vocational training can have It,"
she said
"ORT Is exoandine its activities
in many parti of the world. |n-
iii Ung Latin America. France and
d it will cone -ntrate es-
m ORT-Israel. In this
cont '.. Women's American
op.t it ta"ting '"' a ntoqram to
h.>lo build the OPT School of En-
gineering on the campus of thej institute for practical engil
Hebrew L'nh -,i> in Jerusalem, i wely needed to help build Is-
This will be a top-notch training I reel's industrial economy.''
Membership Brunch
The Florida Chapter. Women's
League for Israel, will hold its
membership rrunch at the home
ol Mrs. Cuss Tatken Wednesdav.
Four generations of lews posed for a photograph following
the recent ceremony bringing Kevin Markow into lh C ~v-
enant of Abraham (circumcision). Holding tho infant is h
gteat-grandfother, Harry Markow, of 5G00 Collins Ave. Miami
Beach, who is a new member of Temple Menorah. Stoning
by are his grandfather, Norman Markow, of St. Loui3, Mo.,
(left) and father, Dennis Markow, of North Miami Beach.


(,y, October 30, 19
1970
*. lew I *#? MorSdian
Page 11-B
looks for
young
readers
Ri MADGE UOSHNBAIM
;
\y \ki BERNSTEIN, l.v Mol-
Cone; Crowe*! PuMlaliera,
^0, :
illy Cone, whose ch irminj!
have delighted youne; readers
I she first started writing,
., very easy biography
i children on ;i populai
I whose mus;r is well-
[ through his Young Pe>
if T.V.
i this litt'c sto-v Id's of
[ .. ; ,. tein's firsl piano.
in when Irs A'int
i piano and be-
- mUS C ll 'Mr '.'.
h recognized it; Ken-
msic became Lenny's life.
. i i ;,: mo, c imposition, and
fv. to conduct .in orchestra.
In 1943 when ho was only L'."
:,:- old, in1 became Arthur Rod-
- assistant as conductor '
i,' Sew York Philharmonic Sym-
iony. That same year he cn-
.i a full concert substituting
i ailing Waltei Bruno. Hi
as ii Immediate sue is< an I over-
. : Leonard Bernstein was fam-
bu< The magic of his music has
.' the world happy for more
25 years.
Mr. Bernstein, who retired as
conductor of the Philharmonic in
1969, now si>. mis most of his time
composing and serving as guns*
o inductor.
Rohetl ("idstcr. a nift-'fl iHus-
trator is well-known: bis drawing?
nhance the text of this well-
written book.
TWO PIANO OTNMK >y M. R. I
(MftBMni I'arrar. Ktraiw & Gl-
mu\. 15(70 fi.') inwh. MM.
TV captivating story of IViVf
\V( instock and hor crandfathcr
Reuben, the piano tuner.
rVSSio, an on>hnn. is living with I
her old grandfather who wants ivr '
to he a enneort pianist. Drhbto
wants onlj to he the great piano |
ttinor like her grandfathT. hut
when a famous concert pianist j
comes t tvvn and KM0M to her
play and then watanes -her tune
I piano, he convinces both of then
that sh" xnniiM continue Hie study
of the piano and a'so learn the art |
f piano tuning, which is a special
gift in rtselff.
their love for e ich other. It was
i it !i! >w when Grandfathc
died, but life went on and s >me-
times they even had happy times.
After five horrible years in Si-
beria the war i and th
were returned to Poland onlj to
find all their hved ones extermi-
nated, th r p 'rs in il possess!ms
tone, and mitUm still
louris'iin ;.
Tlic '; ids >^ lih the e
iheii <. ; hut i i lo rel tti i
how the 'thi i"as tin
Am I '' vd"a; Sti nson t i \\ "it
hit ; nd s her bi .-
; hj Ii SI ;,: in to Ii-..'
i" S.. i-1' i Tt :-'. md a
list ii!' In r works, up to dale.
MjWng plans for the new development of
Me Ami are leaders cf the Jewish National
Fund who met recently at the Fontainebleau
Hotel last week, photo shows: (standing)
Peter F. Heller, publicity director of the Jew-
ish National Fund of Greater Miami; Arie
Kogan, liaison representative from MeAmi,
Israel to Miami; Israel Peled, Mayor of Ramat
Gan, Israel; Judge Z?v W. Kogan, president
of the Southern Region of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund; Abraham Grunhut, vice presi
dent cf the J.N.F. of Greater Miami; (seated
Cantor Saul Breeh. Benjamin Appel, treasu
rer, and Beulah Davis, recording secretary
of the J.N.F., and Mrs. Israel Peled.
Special Interest
to the



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TV simple dewirwrs by
author are Quite expressive.
the
THE RVDMMB STEPPE, by Es
ther HaaMti ThooiiiH Crewall '
I'litilisliiTv, 'J45 ,,.,.,, s SI.50.
A ]? ign:int, moving story of the
Rudomin n'ly who lived in Vilna,
Poland, until 1941, when they
found themselves uproot od from ,
'!l happy, prosperous life aadl
i as caoitaliats and de-
nies of the people. Esther, who
narrates their story, her lovbvl
Parents and gentle grandparents,
' ii'd from their homo !
and wav of life and
1 'i'" cattle Into mUrm*
i "it a Ion-, miserable
to Sib via. Even the~
pre spnar ited fre^i '".-and- |
",. ,.,,. were s, '! .mi-s.
I
h s'x-wee'< inurncx to Siberia
| "I w'th hunger, filth, rlg- i
'' "". and I' to'- tii i'ik-'vi" i
[' : ''' m >:- ng loved ones. Upon I
I'Val, thev vpi" ' at Rubts iok to work a
I! 1 ii on. and >......i|n
th the i '""'. r !'
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1 nosl unbearable. '"
th1 they B'irvivwt
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'>' 'h i. belief In G id and


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Friday. Oclober 30. 1570

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ALAN LEVY
Saturday Oct. 31. at 8:45 a.m.
in the Main Sanctuary' of Temple
Met Taniut. Aisn KicharcL trio soil
c* Mr. and Mrs. S. Terry Levy.
641 NE 170th St.. No; th Miami
Bt-ach. will be-Bar Mit,ah. .....
Alan, a student at John F.
Kennedy Junior High School and
Ner Tamid Religious School, is a
member of the B >y Scouts.
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
ice, ar.d a reception in Alan's hon-
i r will be held Satui day evenin :. in
~ nple Ner Tamid's Sklar Audi-
torium.
Coming from Philadelphia. Pa., for
the oce.i i m wiil be the celebr Hit's
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hlam
Levy; great-aunts Mrs. Id. Simp-
son and Mrs. D. Ash. and aunts
and uncles. Mr. and Mrs. N. Chait
find Mr. and Mrs. L. Levy, and
their families. His maternal grand-
mother Mrs. Irene Kuritz. of North
Miami Beach, will also be present.
- + -
KENNETH COHEN
Kenneth David, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Cohen, and grandson
iif the late Sophie Rosenth.il. will
become Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning. Oct. 31, at Temple Zion.
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro wi'l of-
ficiate: Cantor Richard S. Brody
will chant the Liturgy.
Kenneth, an eighth grade stu-
dent at Glades Junior High School,
plays baseball for the Khoury
League.
Mr. and Mrs. Cohen will host the
Oncg Shabbat Friday night, the
Kicidush following the services on
Saturday and a reception Satin*- ]
day evening at the Algiers Hotel j
in Kenneth's honor. Among the j
honored puests attending will be j
hii grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. i
Benjamin Cohen.
MATTHEW HOOKS
Matthew, the sm or Mr. am*
"Irs. Henry L. Hodes, wTl becon*
Bar Mltzwh at Bet*-- r>a\-:-t Cm-,
I Ration, Saturday. Oct. 31.
Matthew is an eighth sv> Je
honor student at Shenandoah Higr1
School. wh^-" he a member o'
the Student Council.
Mr. and Mrs. Hodes will host a
congregational Kiddush following I
the services and a luncheon at
their home, in honor of the cele-'
brant.
Guests will include Matthew's
grandmothers, Mrs. He'en Ruhin
Of Trenton. N.J.. and Mrs. Edith
Hades of Miami: Mr. and Mrs. I.
Rubin and family. Highland Park.
N.J.. Mrs. Frances Hodes Ros?n-'
berg, of New Preston. Conn.. Mr
r.nd Mrs. Jack Starr of New York
City, and Mrs. Rose Leonard of
Ailentown. Pa.
ROXXA MESH
During the first late services of
the season at Beth David Conere-
I ration Friday evening. Oct. 30.
Rcnna Fern, the fanHitrr n* Mr
ar.d Mrs. Howard Mesh, 12240 SW
SOth.Ave.. wi.l calibrate her Bat
MiUva l.
R nna attends Beth .David Re
' tigicus School, 'vtfii't re she1' iS ii
Hebrew Grade 5. and is an light
rrade st-dent at Irteinationa
School of Miami. A p.'ano and t..
lance student, she als-3 plays vio
lin. and last year was a membi
t the Glades Orchestra.
Mr. and Mrs. Mesh will host th<
Shabral fo'lowing thi sen
I ices in honor of the c< l brant Hi-i
i grandpart nts, Mr. ard Mrs. Wil-
liam Mi h. who will be cck bratinj
their 42nd anniversary that eve
nine, will be among the h.norcc
guests, as will her grandmother.
Mrs. Edna Rosen, her great-
: grandfather, Mayer Rosen. Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Rosen, her aunt
j and uncle from Atlanta. Ga.. am
her great-aunt and uncle. Mr. am
Mrs. Norman Ostrin, who are em-
"lovnl by the U.S. government in
icideiberg. Germany.
KAREN DAVIDSON
Friday evening. Oct. 30. Karen,
the daughter ot Mr. and Mrs
Seymour Davidson, will celebrati
her Bat Mitzvah at Brth Torah
Congregation, where she is a stu-
dent in the Harold Wolk Religious
1 School.
'A
Matthew Hoist aTonno Alesfc
till ; .
PMlip Gold, will celebrate his Bar
litzvah at Beth Torah Longrega-
':on dining the worship services
>n Saturday. Oct. 31.
MICHAEL SEDELL
Michael Howard, son of Mr.
ind Mrs. Stanley Sedell, 3210 SW
"3rd Ave., will become Bar M!tz
ah Saturday morning, O,-:. 31, at
. emple O O'om.
An ighth grader at West Ml iml
unior High School, where he plavs jj^. y,.,-;; .,.- n*s b mt and uncl
.'arinet in the conceit band. Ml- .... .u, Mrs R ,, .r.
Ua has b en a rrfmrv-r of the ... r ..
ami League baseball team for Samue!s and wtl Martin, fiom
even years. New York.
-Mr..and Mrs.-'Sedell will .hosi
the Oneg Shabbat following _thc
Fftgiy mghf seiVfcel as win as i
Kiddush in the Temple foil twin-
the ceremonies and a receptiot
Saturday afternoon in honor of
the celebrant
Among the hon in d guests will
be M:eha. 1'- ind] arents, Mr.
and Mrs. M i J. M s of Miarn'
ind Mrs. Ti -- Abrom iwit2 o
MlltK LEVINE
Mark, the son of Mr. and Mrs
'sariore Lcvine. will be calleel te
the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah Sat
urday, Oct. 31. during the wor
ship services at Beth Tor?h Con
'rogation. North Miami Beach.
MARC GOLD
Marc, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Beth Sholom's Art
Gallery Opens 2nd
Exhibit Of Year
Temple Beth Sholom's Lowe
'^evinson Art GaDery will open i's
ccond exhibition of the year Su:i-
'ay with a cocktail reception from
" ? ~ p.-r". It will he an display
until Nov. 2P. and will include about
(5 sculptures in meta! by the out-
standing scu'ptor, Jim Lewk. Frank
?mik of Galley 3. will also pre-
sent g-aphics by eminent artists
"rom a'l over the world.
At present, a Miami resident. Mr.
Lewk, whose work in metal sculp-
u'-e has captivated collectors of
art throughout the country for the
last few yens, was born in Troves,
'"i-inr. .A'tcr winning m;ny
'\\ar''s in N" w York for bis paint*
v's he < Miami at the age
f 15 and continued h's stulies
vith EuBP"e M'ssin, and at Flor-
da State University.
His now-famous sculptures are
found in numerous privet? c>'!ec-
Uons including those of Jackie
Glcason. Gov. Cnude Kirk- and
\ndy Griffin. He has exhibited at
the Lowe Museum, Bacirdi Gal-
'ry, Museum of Science. Gallefy
3. Bill Clemmer Gallery, and g
leries in Potoskey. Mich.: and Rock-
port. Mass.
Masquerade Ball Main Fund
Raiser For Deed Club
The Deed Club, which supports
a Children's Cancer Clinic at th
Nati nal Children's Cardiac Hos-
pital and has pledged to aid in the
U-M Medical School's five-year ex-
pansion program for its Diagnostic
Clinic, will hold one of its mail
tund-iaising events of the year
Saturday Nov. 7. at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
The 13-member club is offering
prizes for the best costumes at its
MGM (Movie Greats Masquerade
event, which is under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Herbert Meyers.
Serving as cochaiiman is Mi*.
\"orr"an Arkin- Mrs. Paul Jav is
in charge of tickets. Persons who
conn.- u.tsseu as tneir favorite
novie star are cligit !e for the
errand prizetwo round trip tick-
ets to Hollywood. Calif., as well as
other desirable prizes.
The National Council of Jewish Woen has instituted a new
"first" in Jewish educationc special SI.500 scholarship
for a student who will work for c Ecchelor's Degree in Re-
ligious Education and return for two years of education
work in the Greater Miami area. Mrs. Ben Zicn Ginsburg.
Section Scholarship chairman, is shown presenting the SI,500
check to Dr. Louis Schwarfzman, executive director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, which will be responsible for
the selection and supervision of the scholarship grant, as
Mrs. Norman Cohan, Section president. National Council of
Jewish Women, (left) and Mrs. Vivian Edwards, Section vice
president, watch.
WANTED
SHAMUS
to read Torah, willing te live in
area. Call Mr. Picas between 8:30
a.m. and 9 a.m. 444 8562. Anshe
Ernes Cong., 2533 SW. 19th Ave.,
Miami, Fla. 33145.
Fashion luncheon Set
An exciting display of the latest
jtyks and trends will bt presented
by Jordan Marsh at the annual
fashion luncheon to be held by the
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of Beth
To-ah Congregation in the tem-
ple's social hall Wednesday at
11:30 a.m. Reservations may be
made by calling Mrs. Sally Zwer-
ner. Mrs. Ewald Ziffer is Sister-
hood president: Mrs. Arthur Sny-
der is serving as chairman of the
event.
Foods Essential To Good Nutrition
Being Keyed For Easy Recognition
Foods from the four basic groups
that an essential for good nutri-
tion are being "keyed" for easy
recognition by Grand Union super-
mark- ts ir S.juth Florid i.
The food cabin is using posters
ts store windows, hanging aisle
- gas shelf signs and advert sins
- Its to acquaint shoppers with
foods from the "base four
that sh-^ntd be eat*n daily to main-
, .-., -;...- ,.- s -. with
key- s throughout
each store identify the representa-
tive f-otn tht protein
prou fh inc'ti''es m>at. p
try. fUSSatx'. eggs: the milk group
thi ::;.,; tnd the bread and
The eonmanVs Intense > sbc-
m t*es :i wih the fnty*
indusfv's^. | campac- ^^ '-"^ot"
awai P. 3 ida. ^'re^-
-,.er Affairs at Gr
V :op s^id.
Desrite the e--v ava:'ab:l:*v ft'
a great vr i"'i of tit I ->d<
in a wide r-nee of prices in tv,p na-
tion's food stores, many Ameri-
cans are malnourished by virtue of J
either faulty or inadequate nutri-
tion. This is largely the result of
poor food choices and imoroper
eating habits. Often lacking is
knowledge of what foods contain
what nut-ien's. she added. ".- m
as the motivation to buy good nu-
trition." ard the program a* Grand
Union is directed to both of thesf
prob'ems.
"Our aim is to create awan
>f the food bases of good
tion and to motivate wide food
choices on tin rtdersl
logical premise that such c*i I ">
ire essent I
which, i-. t'trt. is il for
^ood hea.
The c-.irr?r;t national campaign,
des'gned
nes>; of th~ impo. ice "f gov}
in, sterns from
d'tions it th 1^9 Wh't"
Ho:ie Confc-encp on Fosd. Nu-
trition and H ilth. M a Judge.
who attended h dnfer^nce and
serv-d on its New Fws Panel, is
CntwrJJnating G-and Union's chain-
wide tie-in with the nutritional
awareness program.
Proceeds Benefit Children
South Floiida Council of Chil-
dren's Asthma Research Institut
and He.spital will hold a door-to
eloor and street s. licitatior.s driw
in the Greater Miami area Mon-
da.-. The proceeds will go to bene
fit children suffering from intract-
able asthma.
Young Judoeon Conclave
At Camp Owaissa Bauer
& Bior Young Judaeuns of Hi-
shachar will meet for a three-day
conclave this weekend at Camp.
Owaissa Bauer, just south of Mi-
ami, the Hadassah-sponsored group
has announced. The program will;
feature group discussions, religi-
ous services, -ports, singing and
dancing, swimming, a unique camp-
fire, a nature hike ar.d a few sur-
prises, Mrs. Maxwell Weisberg,
Youth chairman of Hadassah for!
the state of Florida, announced.
The conclave is expected to at-1
tract more than 100 Judaeans from ,
many sities throughout the state.
All food for the conclave which
will be strictly Kosher, is b-ing!
arranged by Mrs. Alvln Burger, a
member of the Hadassah Youth ;
Commission.

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HEBREW LESSON
MEDICAL SCHOOL
,..s of the Medical
[,, Jerusalem today hoM
-t posts in medicine in
try.
h
(id
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bl
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f them work in the
-pita's in the coitn-
. me of them have
in rising to most re-
positions. lit. "maa-
and reach the m"S*.
positions"'. The
among them head
>nartments or are
to the department
Bl
>,,; ar*adu-
- work only n lvw-
,!;inv went to ,e'ti"-
n the Negev, Gull-
other parts of fi"
TTvy a*-" responsible
h of the se'tVrs
addition t> hosp'til
mployed in preven-
i ine.
c
th P
M't.
sh. I
IdV o
Id"
graduates of the
ilso active in the
r s irch and tha
teachtng a"d gu'd-
.-tui'.ents. Many re-
- ts have been writ-
"rlone" bv thm a~d
:n medical journal"!
Israel (lit. in the
who travelled over*
tor further study, mainly
|h' United States, made a
I impression in all the
Itutions and hospitals
re th(;. work i.
ba
ur mi dical school is among
| yoi:'-'_:< -t in 'he world and
are sure it will continue
pn i. co)-i and capable
bctor-
'limit In
1 Zikaron
Instant
Friendship^
AStegSL
\
[he warm greeting of
mr Welcome Wagon
with "The Moat
Basket in the
I" will introduce
to our community
: it you on the
ird new and
ig friendships.
|u ure new in town.
(?os) >
liyn -nan
nirs-iV-iBDrrira
.ir.:-.:-3 mrKnn na anaM
T/iis TFeeA: In History
t t : t
"'Ma o-Tnis crra a-an
naDi ,1HK3 D*3ic'n o^inn
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sin1?* nfrf^ ijTDpn an?:
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D"*nng an .p.?1? "i?.1?1? T^
an a-poiy a^ina ^san
^naffai "ljjnan nwa ri
DittTWon ro-nm nxiinn
: t : i it
ir| "iiiaa B-3i a-pois
niai ~>p>nD ni-riay .-laan
"isna |Ri /an,T-,?y niton
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40 Years Aro This Week: 1930
T-ord Passfield said Dr. Chaim
Weizmann's resignation as presi-
Jent of the Zionist Executive on
harges of immigration restrict-
tions in Palestine "can be due only
to an imperfect appreciation of
the government's attitude and in-
tentions." Winston Churchill, call-
'.n'; Passfield "an aged minister
who has long been anxious to seek
epose." demanded a League of
N'ations guarantee tf a Jewish Na-
tional Home. The anniversary of
the Baifour Declaration was mark-
ed by 50.000 persons at an anti-
British rally in Madison Square
Garden.
Keren Havesod. the Palestine
i Foundation Fund, marked its 10th
anniversary.
British archeologists in Jeru-
salem said the walls of Jericho
were toppled by shovels; with
trumpets serving as a cover-up.
Dr. Karl Landsteiner. winner of
a Nobel Prize for the discovery of
human blood groups, was honored
by the University of Vienna, which
lad blocked a professorship for
aim because he was Jewish.
Americans elected ail unprece-
dented nine Jewish Congressmen
and two Jewish Governors, the lat-
ter b. Ing Arthur Seligman e-f New
Mexico ar.U Julius Meier of
Oregon.
10 Years Ago This Week: 1930
Gershon Avner of the Israeli
Fort i-;n Ministry said "the newer
Soviet wt apons, in larger numbers,
ire being steadily directed to Nas-
ier." Foreign Minister Golda Meir
ailed the shipmi nts "a Special
:' ason for concern."
Two Mapam ministers exited a
Cabinet meeting when Premier
David Ben-Gurion refused to name
one of their party to a committee
investigating the "Lavon Affair"
on grounds that a Manam spokes-
man had called it another Dreyfus
case.
Princeton University's Office of
Population Research said Amer-
ican Jews were more adept .at
lamed parenthood'than non-Jews
'because they want to" be able to
send those they have to college."
American Jewish Committee
president Herbert B. Ehrman re-
ported a "growing international
letwoik of Nazism," with Egypt
having "provided refuge to a con-
siderable number of former Nazis
who escaped from Germany and
who are serving as advisers to
! that country in its propaganda
campaign against Israel."
Presidential candidate John F.
Cennedy pledged that if elected
ie wo .'Id "waste no time in taking
,h.' initiative for peace lin the
Mideast)", and declared. "All the
authoiit of the White House will
be used toward that end."
The Joint Distribution Commit-
tee said it would assure minimum
lifetime annuities to aged refugees
of Nazism living in Italy. Austria,
s-'ain. Prance and Germany.
Day School educators and lay
leaders throughout North Amer
ica will honor Dr. Joseph Ka-
minetsky for 25 years of lead- SEUGMAN
ership as National Director of
Torah Umesorah, the National
Society of Hebrew Day Schools
at Torah Umesorah's 27th An-
nual Dinner which will be held
on Nov. 15. in New York.
Obituaries
win JAM
FMEDMAX
UNVEILING
Dedication of monument to the
memory of the late
WILLIAM FRIEDMAN
will take place at 11:30 o'clock
S'jnday, November 1st
ot Munt Nebo Cemetery
with RABBI M03R'S SK0?
officiating
friends and relatives
are invited to attend
Mr. Friedman was a charter
member and fo-inder of
Sholm Lodge, B'nai B'rith, and a
m-mber and Past Worthy Patron of
Emupnh Chaoter, Order of Eastern
Star or'! also a member of
Mahi Temple, Shriners'
Organization.
Rabbi Bamuel, B6. of 6'"' : St.. M.B.
pasMed away s.u. Rabbi SeUatoan
had i)-en a roaldent <>f Miami (or
the past ti yean coming from Chic-
ago, 111. He la surviveti by hi* wife
K.v.i a apn Lester s.liKman nt
BUurene. Ore., a dauichter Mrs. Pearl
Weladorf of Oleiieoe, III., a sister
Mrs. Uaa X.istmtt.ium in Israeli >
grandchildren, "if Rreat-Branil-
chllil. Bervlcea and interment were
held Monday at WeinsMln Brothera
Kunreal Home 13"" W*. Devon Ave..
ChkaK". Shiva is being observed a I
the residence t Mrs. Pearl Wela-
dorf. B98 Cheatnut Lane, Glencoe, nl.
Local arrangementa by Gordon
Funeral Home.
AMDUR

Mrs Iteiie. T*. li'!' 102 St., Bay Har-
bor Island, passed away Oct. 21.
Came t" Hay Harbor island !T years
nt-o from N.V. She was a member
of Temple Beth Sholom and its
Blsterh.....I, a rounder and pas) presi-
dent of B u Harbor Hadassah. past
pre r)< [ Hertsel Chapter "f lia-
Sun \ed bj husband i'1'-.
son Herl of N.V. daughter Mrs.
Bette bi man of M B brother
Kan.id u> mburg, sii < r Mrs Jei
nle Clahi f x V 5 r u dchlld-
s es were held Sunday al
Rlversid Ch ipel with Intel men! In
Mem irlal Park.
Services Held In New York
For Robbie Robinson, 59
Services were held in New York
last week for Robert A. (Robbie)
tGDinson. 59, who died in Suffern,
N.Y., after a short illness.
Mr. Robinson the former execu-
tive vice president and general
manager of the Saxony Hotel, had
been living in Freeport for the
' ;ast five years, and was an execut-
ive with the Grand Bahamas Port
I Authority, specializing in tourism
development. He also owned the
Japanese Steak House in Free-
ort's International Bazaar. Sur-
trivors include his wife. Ruth; a
son, Bill, and daughters Carol,
idaibaia and Norma.
s;
hone 238-3575
Bi:i!XARII IIAVBS ABEL, M..
(November 21, 1915 October 21, 1970)
Cr. Bernord Abel, 54. of 740
Crrpo*a Ave., Coral Gobies, passed
n (Born in New York City!.
H: came hre 17 yrors a?o di-
rectly from Ft. iVanmooth, New Jersey,
wh;r? he served as a Captain in th?
km" Medical Corns Rfservs ant! was
th Cr.;f of th1! O'l.-Syn. Deoortmrnt
of Hm Ft. Mopms'jth Army Hi Prior to hts Military service. Dr.
eSd jjracficjd medicine in Toledo,
Cr:o.
Ht was on the stoffs at Mf. Sinai,
B-p'isi. and Jcckson Msmorial Kos-
pilaif. V'rs a member of the Bade
- MtdkaJ Assccia'icn. Southern
Msdical Afsociaiior", Florida Modical
Aoacicrtioei, Amcricrn f.'.edical As-
soclatier), Aiaociafion cf Milltory Sar-
geo.i3, American Physicians Fellowship, Inc. far the Israel Msdlcal
Association, Fellow of the Jerusalem Academy of Medicine, a~.i Phi
Landa Medical Fraternity.
He was a member of Temple Beth Am, American Jewish Congress,
and Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
He is survived by his wife Miriam (Mimit Ab;l, a son Richard of
Tampa, 2 daughters Patricia of Coral Gables and Barbcrn of Lnano,
Switrerlond, his mother Doisy of Coral Gables, a brother Dr. Philip of
Coral Gables, 2 sisters Mrs. Pearl Cahn and Mrs. Doris (Al) Silver both
of Coral Gables.
Donations may be given to the National Council of Jewish Women
or the Greater Miami Jewish Federation (Israel Emergency Fund) 1317
Biscayne Blvd., Miami.
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IEGAI NOTICE
IEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
-%Je roUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
|N, AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IMfLNorida-in PROBATE
* NO. 70-3793
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
. RE to m ol

,s and All Persona Hav-
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I hereby notified and re-
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i u may have against
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nade County, Florida,
ludgi .- "i Dad* County, .
me in .lupin.u.- as pro-
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J don of iliis notice on
I i ictober, 1970.
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLCRIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-18199
it rn^ DIVORCE
NAM PUGLIESE,
Puuni if,
JOSEPH PUGLIESE, JR.
I'.-l. iidant,
Tl I .' '-"I". PITi|.IE8E, JR.
Z -76 29th Si.
\ orla, Nc a Vorfc
V.u. JOSEPH prm.lESB. .11:
hi '' by i urn. i thai I Kill of i 'om-
plain) for Divorce ban bei n
agnlnsl you, nnd you are required lo I
serv< a ropj ,.r your Answer or Plead-
ing lo i in Kill of Comnlalni on 11>-
Plaintiffs attorney, ROBERT II I
HCIOtf ESQl'IRK 110 Mneoln Bo, ri,
M Bench. Plnridn and file the
oriarlmil \n-,r or Pleadings In the
office f ihe Clerk of tin- Circuit
Court on or befori the IS dn> of
Novi mhi r, l7I). If you fall t.. do s...
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in Mi- Dill of Comnlnlnt.
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each wee* for four consecutive week"
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DONE AND ORDERED i Miami,
Plorida, this 7 daj of Octobi r A.D
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NOTICE OF ACTION
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OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70- IS'M?
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Jl' 1 N'T i DIANE CKtlAK,
PI.....tiff,
IN THE CIRC Jl r COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 70-16136
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.I the above styled Court, on
"i befori the ISth day of November.
1970, or ,i default :ll !> entered
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HATED :ii .Miami. Dade County,
K'oriiln, this ',ili day of October, 1970,
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Ithe Count> .ludires of Dade Coup-
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|n THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
- No 61777-C
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|0VCE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
PLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
r'T'CK i- hereby riven that I
Pkd -. p ,.,| Report and Pe-
P* Dlstrlhutloa and Plnal m-
irj Executrix of the
, the -Till day
I "< :, win apply t tii.-
J* .in.If. h of Dade
, A r.t ,atd Final
I I fm lilNtrlhaaoa and Nnal
I A.ii illnrj Executrl* nf ihe
m.mL 'l' :,VI -named decedent.
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p AND FOH DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 70-14366
CON<-rJICE OF SUIT
S""fflSERV,CE
Jntitf '
I v*'
UnS,'U' Ar"MAX and
KS.^^iRAL LIMITED.
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M ;n ';:R,:,liY, Nonnw
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ll..,.;. ,' '' '"">' <>f your wrtt-
6 w \:'!';'.: ,n '" o" TAI.l-
P. whoM*1' ',:.K- Allorneys for
M, Mim, !'''<''' Is 420 LIB-
; i V' ,with 'h.- ci..,k
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< a ,,, N"v-ml.er, 1970;
'"1-1 ",uT'r",HmRy ^ *"-
:',,,Ui>l;"1"d the seal of
|n.'rk:A,T"K"MAX.
Bv i '.^""'U" Court
l^i.uiy clerk
ft Seal)
t*. WAIJ^R
^r llaintiff
10/21-M ll/l-U
RH HARD ill iWARl
I'. fi ndant
T( KM II \i:|i I3DW \RD CROAK
. w tl illimore i \in :;i
la- Vegas, Nevada mini
You, l:li II AIM i IIIWAKD CRI IA l\.
are hi n by notified thai a Hill ,.r Com-
plalnl for Divorce in- been filed
acali you, ami you are required to
nerve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney. (iltoVKR ci- ,
MEXT WEIX8TEIN STACBER,
PA S5<1 Mnohi Road. Miami Beach,
i' rida and file the original Answer I
or PleadrnK in Hi.....rflce "f the Clerk
of the Clri'ull Court i,n "i before the
iTih day uf November, 1970. ir you I
fail to nVi so, Judgment by defaull
w'H be taken aintlnal you for tlie relief
demanded In the liiil of Complaint.
Thi.v notice shall be published once
.,, i week for four consecutive weeks
in Till: JEWISH Fli.HllUAV
DONE AND ORDERED Hi Miami.
Florida, this Mh day of i ictober A H
1970
E B I.KATMEP.MAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Hade County, Florida
By: I. BXEEDEX
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DROVER i'IMKXT WEIXSTE1X &
BTACBER, P.A.
.t.'.n l.ni.oln Pond
Miami Beach, Plorida
Attorneys (or Plaintiff
in 16.23-30 I ':
NOTICE BY PUBLICAT'ON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTvF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-19103
"" FOR DIVORCE
I.OCIS ZEZZA,
Plaintiff,
MARTOX ZEZZA,
Defendant
Tu: MACK'S' ZEZZA
Route L"s
Hlfsbiand Mills. Ni u York
You, MARION ZEZZA are hereby
norrffed that a I'.dl ..i Complninl for
Divorce has been fllil uftalnat you.
nd >",'ii are required lo serve
of >itir Answ.r or Pleading lo the
Hill of Complninl on ihe Plaintiffs
attorney, ROBERT II ItCRNB, ES-
QC1P.1- ISO Uftcohi lid. Miami BeaVh,
Fla. and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk of
ihe Circuit dun on or before the
2Bth day of Nnvemhi r, 1970. If you
fail to do so, Judgnti nt by defaull
will l.e taken againal you for the re-
lief demanded m ihe Bill of Com>
plaint.
This notice shall he published once
each weak for four consecutive week!
in THE JEWISH PTOHID1AN
DONE AND ORDERED nt Miami.
Florida, this tOUl day of October,
A.D. l:-7".
E. H LEATHBRMAN, Cloi*
Circuit Court. Pad,- County. Florida
By: 1- 8NEBDEN
ivpuiy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
BORBRTR BURNS
:.:.n Uncoln Rd.
Miami Beach, Fla.
1" S3-W 11 -!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVBN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring lo engage
i.u- Ii undi i- the fictltiout nami
of A \- .1 ITALIAN RESTAl'RANI
at .T'.1 X w I'-Tih Sin el, Miami in-
.i ml .....'glsler said nnme with
the i 'Ircull Court of
l >:i.l. County, Plorida.
JOHN YELARDI and
i'AKMI.I.I.A IM'IEHI)
KESSI.KR, III ITH, SHERADSKY,
.'. HECKKRMAN
1' lomi ya for n ,'ili.....is
.' IV 3rd \\.
M -,nii.
; I G 13-20
NOTICE UNDFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal
thi undersigned, desiring i<> engage
In business under Ihe fictitious name
nf INTERNATIONAL DIVERSIFIED
rVDI'STRIEfl nl P" !' -. >;>'1. fluena
Station, Miami, Fla. 33127 In-
to ri Kb lei s,,.1 ns me wtih 'hi
Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade
Floridn
II1M EMI FACTORS, INC.
SIDNEY BFRI NSt N
\ .,.-ii, \ fur Applicant
112 \insles Bldg
Miami, Fla 13132
1" 30 11 G-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVEN lhal
the underalgned, desiring lo engajce
I--, business under the fictitious name
nf ciiiiiMAI. BOOK SHOppE at
'.', Arthur Oodfrey Rd., Miami Beach,
Fi. 33140 bilends to register said
nnme with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
RAMONA LISA BOOK SToltK. INC.,
a Florida corporation, sole owner
President: Ramoiis E HorwltS
LEON A. EPSTEIN, Esq.
Attorn,-v for Applicant
2fl Lincoln Road
Miami Bench, Fla. IS1M
in i-l'1-:io 11-fi
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY fHVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
,n business under the fictitious name
I \ s CITI Kl! RIDGE I IE A IT Y BA-
i"N B01*T1QI'B at 1"mi7 Carib-
bean Boulevard intends to register
-aid name with l>ie tierK ol the Cir-
cuit Court of llaHe County. Florida.
JF2FFERY BNTERPRIZES, INC.
IAM7 Caribbi an Blvd.
m m:\in Hess frikdm \n
Attorney for Jeffeey Bntcrprlxes, Inc.
:;?::: S \V Ith Street, Suite 109
10/16-23-30 ll ii
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 73-625 Uowlincj
, IN RE: Relate ..f
BLLEN \ \\ A I.cil. aK-a
ELLEN HATES WAI.i II.
I.....i-d
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given thai I
havi filed mj Flnnl Repori and r
foi l 'istrlhutlon and Final Dis-
charge as BXBCl'TRIX nf the es-
tate of i:li.i:\ a w ai.cii nks
i:!.l EX i lATES WAI-CH, de asi ,1
j and that on the '.til ila\ of V,,\ ml,
I ir. 1970, v ill apply lo the Honorable
Cou h of Had.- County, Flo-
' da, foi iipproi al ot said Final Ri -
|H>rl and for dislribution and final
dlsi ha .- i-:x'-:c|--i'i:ix ,,. ,ii, i -
late ol Ihe alsve*named deceilent.
I _''ili ,i.i\ ,,t s, ptembei. 1970
! EVELYN Fl'OE, Executrix of Ihe
I K lale i,I ELI ,EN A \VA I.CH nlia
| ELI EN lATES WAI.CH, I'......-. d.
WALLACE N. MAER
A lorney for Executrix
HIS I: sea) lie Building
Miami. Fin. 31130 Phoni 379 671
'" :'-iii-.'::-::n
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-3305
In RE: Estate nf
I'llll IP CORDON
Dee, asi-il
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T All Cri dlloi .....I All Person* Hnv-
hig Claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
i: ti ii
You are herelij notified and re-
tlUlrcd I......- Rll) '.uiiis and
demands which you may have agninsi
ihe stnte '( I'llll ii1 ';i HUM in de-
lati of Dade I "om IJ I'll.rida.
:,, ili, County Judges nf Had. County.
and file Ihi sain.' in duplicate and
i- pri>> Idi ,i i Si lion 733 16, Floi Ida
Statutes, in their nfl, m Ihi C :''
ly Courthouse in Dade County, Flo-
rida, within si\ calendar months from
j the i in. ol Ho- fit si publlcal Ion I
of, or ihe same will be ban i '
ll led al Miami. Florida, this I'lst
,U,\ ,,i i ictober, A 11 1970
1 ETHEL CORDON
As Bx< cut rlx
Firsl publlca II......t Ihlr nol.....I
II nl day of October, 1970,
! HERBERT B WILENSKY
Vitornc) ror Executrix
::' 7 I tlscaj ne l tulldlng
1" 10 11 6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
thi undersign.-d, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious nnine
of MACSER OPTICAL RI 1040 West
f.ilh street, Hialeah, Florida Intend
' reii i -. Id name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Courl "f Dade County,
Florida
.MAN A COBOI'LLCELA
SONN1A CI 'SCI' l.i.i'Ei.A
l" :i" ll 6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in l,u-iness under the fictitious name
Of TIIK OCEAN CATE MOTEL and
APARTMENTS at 9581 and 9560 Collins
Avenue, Surfside. Miami Beach, Fla
13154 Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of th- Circuit Courl
Of I 'ad.- i 'ounty, Florida.
1551 Collins Avenue "orp.,
a Florida *sirporation
l,v: Charles BVnns Hughes, President
LEON A EPSTEIN
Attorney for owner
#20 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla,
in 16-23-30 ll-''.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COU'.'TY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-3*38
In RE: Estate of
CIS SILVER
Ilc-easi-d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims which yoq
may have ngalnst the estate of CIS
SILVER il.eased late of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, to the County Judge* ol
Hade County, and file the sain,- In
duplicate and as provided in Section
733.16. Florida Statutes, in their of- j
flees In the County Courthouse In
Pads County. Florida, within s,v ;
calendar months fn.m Ihe time of the |
llrst publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 5lh
day of October, A.D 1970
THBL.MA SILVER
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 16th dav of October, 1970.
PAUL KWITNEY
Attorney for Estate of Cl* Silver
420 Lincoln Rouo
10/16-23-30 11/6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 70-18012
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
WILLIAM KINO,
Plaintiff,
vs
M OtlA O. KINO,
Defendant
TO: MARIA KINO
:tr,7 Prthce Frederick Itoad
King ..f Prussia. Pennsylvania
YOU, MAUIA c. KINO, are hereby
notified thai a Complaint for Divorce
l.a- l.i ,-n filed against you. and yog
are required lo serve a cop> .,f your
Answer or pleading tu the Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney,
RONALD L. DAVIS. ESQ.. 417 His-
ejivn.- Building, 19 W. Flakier street.
.Miami. Florida Mian Phone: 379-
IR51, and file the original Answer or
pleading in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the inth
da) of November, 1970. If you fail to
,1., s,, judgment by default will be
taken' against you for ii"- relief de-
manded In the Complaint for Divorce.
THIS Ni'Tli'E shall be published
ot,.. each u.ek for four i-onaecutlve
weeks ill THE JEWISH Fl-OKID-
1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 5th day of October, 1970.
K I! LEATHEKMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court
Dad,- Counti'. Florida
By: C. P. COPKLAND
Deputy cierk
(Circuit Court Seal) ..., .
* 10/9-16-23-30
IEG.-T. NOVICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY CIVEN
tin- undersigned, desiring to eng
in Lie.....is u del the i lei i' a.us ni
of 9120 WEST BAY HARBOR Al'
al 1135 Kane Concourse, Bay Harl
Islands. FI.....l.i 13154 Intend to i
I nami Ith the Cli i
the Circuit Court 1)1 Hade Cou
Florida.
S) 1- .-t.i I MStaslo
I;. ..Ola
Bernard Kruth
Caesar P K Immel
Kl IMMEL. R' I ERA L< IRHEB A
SHRNKMAN
Attorneys i"i Appll
10 16-23-30
1
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COU'
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA No. 70-2637
FLORIDA
1, RE Estate .a
FREI' \ N KU \ I.E.
I......Kl 'I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
You -ii. required within : culi
months from the first publii u
this Nol Ice lo fil. in th,- ulioi I V
in writing, und-i- Oath, and la nu
.at. an) claim or demand v hleh
have or claim t<. have ags
Estate of FREDA NEW ALK,
i-cased, otherwise name w ill be bar
BERNARD s KAPLAN, Exei m
Flral publii RI Ion .., tobi r _:: "'7
l" _
r,
-

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADF. COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-3764
In RE: Estate of
AARON SHEINKBR
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To am Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agahiat Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
I which you may have against the
estate ..( AARON SHEINKEH deceas-
ed late ..f Dade County, Florida, lo
the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County Flo-
rida, within six calendar month- from
the time >.i the first publication here-
of, or the same will he barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 21 si
day of k-tober, A 1> '''"
MI'RRY SHELNKBR
W ILI JAM SHETNKER
a E-ti ntors
F rsi publication of this notice on
the -"th dav of October, 1970.
HERBERT i: Wii.ENSKY
Attorni y for Co-i x ecu tore
J17 His, aym ITuililmg
10 SO II 6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engagi In
business under the fliiitious name of
1-1.A FRUIT PACKER8 S- SHTP-
I'l'.l'.s at ....... San Vicente, Coral
Oables, Fla. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
curt ,.t Had. County, Florida.
ANNAUEUJa i: KATZ
In 13-30 11 8-13
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH 1
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-18573
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SIS W HAIL LEW IS SAI 'A ll,
! tiff,
VS
GARY LCDW IG SADAR,
11. i. nd int.
I'' i IARY Ll'DWIO S M'All
. ,. I .U'lu Ig .1. Sad.ir
S223 P H Way
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 132"
Vnr. GARY Ll'DWIG SAI i \;:
hereby notified that a Complaint
p has been filed against j
and you ,'t'e required t.. serve a >
of your Answer or Pleading lo i -
Complaint on the Plaintiffs atton
BAXTER A FRIEDMAN 1^7'. X :
163rd Stn.t. North Miami p..
Florida 33162 and file Ihi o
Answer or Pleading In th. ofl
the Clerk of die Circuit Courl
before ihe 20th day ..t Novcml
1970, If you fail to do so, judgm
b) defaull will be taken agali si
f.a the relief demanded in ihe i
plaint.
This notice shall be published ,> ?
eaeh week for four consecutive Wi
iii THE JEWISH FIX1RIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Mia
Florida, this inth day of October A
1970.
E B, LRATHERMAN, Clerk,
Clrcuil Court. Dade County, rtoi
By: c P. ci (PELAND
I 'eputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
BAXTER A.- FRIEDMAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
is:.". N i: 163rd Street
North Miami Beach, Florida
10/16-28-ro

I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUPT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
, FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3585
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In P.E: Estate of
JOSEPH IM cilvVALD
I Ii ..-, .1
To All Creditors and All Persons II
mg claims or Demands Against s
Esinte:
You are hereby notified and
quired to present any .hums and ,
tn.mils which you may hav. .a- ,
th,- estate of JOSEPH BI'CHWAU)
ceased late of Dade County, l-t.,i
in the county Judges of Dade Coun
ami file the same :n duplicate as pi -
vidcil ill Section 7::^ 111. Florida St. -
utes. in their offices in tin- t '..u
| Courthouse in Dade County. I'lmi
witMn six calendar month.- from i
lime ol tin- first publication :
..| the same will be barred
Hated at Miami. Florida, this
da) of October. AD. 1970.
Jaiiet Bvchv,aid
As Administratrix
Firsl publication of this not,,,
the 23rd day of October, 1970
ci.aihe i. kichei,
i Attorney for Administratrix
S3 \\ Flagler St., Miami. Fla.
j 10 1-80 :1
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
ADOI.Fi> I. ROMAOOSA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
M1RKL1-A RI IMAGOSA,
Defendant.
To: MIUKI.I A ROMAOOSA,
152- Locust*
Pasadena California
You. M1RELI.A ROMAOOSA, an
hi r. by notified thai a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading t the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney WAl.l AOH
X. MAKII. 405 Blscayne Building. !!
West Flagler Street. Miami, l-'l.aida.
3:11.1" and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
27th day of November, 1970. If you
fail to do so. Judgment b) default
will be taken (gainst you for the re-
lief demanded in the Bui of Com-
plaint. ,
This notice shall be published once
each wees for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEW IS11 FloltiniAN
K J< I.KATHEUMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, I'ade County. Florida
Ry: c P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
W M.I.ACE N MAER
MS Hiseayne Huildmg
Miami. Fla. ^ fl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OfTH-:
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADS
COUNTY. No. 70-11177
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
EDWARD F. SMITH, '
I Ma ill tiff.
f
l IROTHY SMITH.
I i.f. ndant. '
TO: DOROTHY SMITH.
Residence Unknovi u
You. lMllloTHY SMITH, are he
by notified that a Bill of Oomplo E
for Divorce has been tiled agaii
you, and you are roQUlred t" Bel '
g copy of \our Answer or Pleadli .
i to the Bill of Complainl on the Plai -
tiffs attorney. ROBERT ll BURNS
Esquire, ::r.i> Lincoln Rd., Mian:
Beach, Florida and file the origtnul
Answer or Pleadlug In the office
the Clerk of the Circuit Curt on
before the IOUi day of NoVernDer, 191
If you fail to do so, judgmasit b) i
fault "ill be taken agnip-g you I
>ie relief demanded in lire Bill .'.
Complaint.
This notice shall be puhlMied nr
each Meek for four consecutive v.
in THE JEWISH l-'l-OIMDIAV
DONE AXD ORDERED at Mini
Florida, this II day of October A D.
197b.
E. B. LEATHERMAfC. Clerg
Circuit Court, Dad, County. Florid
By: L. 8NEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal) "V
ROBERT ll BURNS '*" '
::."." Lim-oln lid.
Miami Beach, Fin. !
Attorney for rialntlff
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JAMES J. WA
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UNITED STATES CONGRESS
Pd. by Committee of James J. Ward, Jr. for United States Congre ss Camniian FunA i u r
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Friday. October 30. 1970
Jenislh fkrMfori
Pag 9 7-B
Mesivta Dinner Will
Honor Jacob Kotlers
.. :: dinner of the
f Greater Miami. Louis
;. ., High School, will be
MK. and MKS. IAC0B KOTLl*
hold .it the Plaza Hotel. Sunday.
I v .it f< p.m.. Moses M. Grund-
presklent of the school. h:is
Mr and Mrs. Ja?ob
if 3758 Prairie Ave., Miami
r ivelMcnown civic and Re-
1 leaden have been named
;.. i!i. guest >t honor.
The Mesivta High School, which
h current enrollment of 17 is
i sec u ; school in the
southea I ofJ tig a complete Jew-
ish -mi<::.'s program, as well as a
d studies curriculum. Rabhi
" -. .. i- S -v principal, said
I ha I Tadual i tie fully accred-1
hool which In-
poral 10th, lltii and 12th
ccepted in the
I universities of
' it '. >t :es during the past
' r them earning
* rships their academic
."' -i in ites are also
d in :
tbbinic institu-
tions in this country am. ir. Israel,
lie said.
Mr. Kotler, pi< sid -nt of t!ie Kot-
ler Construction Co. Inc. New
York City, is a former vice presi-
dent of Parker Brand Corp.-Real
K-s-.atf-^rcWs wtne WUtlt#gftli
Building. He is also affiliated with
the N.Y. Building Superintendents
Association, Grand Street Bo< .
Knights of Pythias-Albert Kin-
stein Lodge, B'nai B'rith-Samuel
Dickstein Lodge.lheM Bons, Shrine
and East Side Chamber of Com-
merce. He is .. patron of Eastern
Star, director of Young brae] of
Manhattan, R i >i Jacob J
School and Beth Jacob School,
builder of free dental and eye
clinics. Voted the "1954 Out-
standing Citizen" of the year, he
is a former honorary deputy Com-
missioner in the Borough Presi-
dent's office, recipient of the 1963
President's Award of the Union
ofOrthodox Jewish Congregations
of America and the 1964 Golden
Shofar Award winner from the
National Council of Young Israel.
Mrs. Kotler is president of the
Mesivta of Greater Miami Wom-
en's Organization and currently
serves us administrator of the
Mcsivta's Secular Department. She
is also president of the Beth Is-
rael Sisterhood and a Life Mem-
ber of the Ilatikvah Chapter of
Mizrachi, the Hebrew Acaderm
Women. Mesivta Women and OPT
Coffee Precedes Meeting
B'nai B'rith Women's Council of
Miami Beach will meet in the hos-
pitality room of the Chase Federal
at 4lst St. and Sheridan Ave., on
Tuesday. The 12:30 p.m. meeting
will be preceded by a coffee; Mrs.
Philip Wolmer is president.
Hancock Representative
Here Awarded CIA'
M i \ in /a Is, a John I lane 'el:
Mutual Life Insuranc Company
n]>[( si ntativc and tro mbt r of the
Miami Association <;i Life Under-
writers, was awarded the coveted
Chartcn d Life Pud' iw i it. rs des-
ignation at the national confer-
ment exercises held by the Ameri-
can College of Life Und rwritera
in New Orleans, La., last month.
A native oi Miami. Mr. Zalls
gratuated from M. im1 Senior High
School an I obtaini d his i '..A. de-
giee a' Yi shiva Uni\ersity. i! is
i .i presidi nl of Ahavat Shalom
Congregation hero.
Prima Sisters Entertain
At Temple Or Olom Event
The Prima Sisters, a popular
local singing duo with an act
containing both contemporarj and
folk music, w. re to i ntertain at
the 7 p.m. Thursday paid-up
m< mlm rship suppi r, an i vent hi Id
annua'ly by th I id ol
Tempi" Or Olom, Mrs Howard
!.- m mil. r ship \ ice
dent, has announc
The function is to be held in the
templi' so lal hall; Mi s. Mui i a
l si nb i Is progi am chairman
for the c venii
The Sist annual fashion
show luncheon will be held in the
sociaJ hall Thursday noon. Nov. 5,
n i.. crcatici bj "Natasha"
of Ways i ir a I FWWi.-THt1:. and
hair si li s bj Carousel < tol fur s
Wi stchi -t' r. A "V.'t Ight Watch-
er" luncheon ible, hit must
be 1111it sti i ... advance. Mib.
Mi Ivin Shifke i nd Mrs. Bob Par-
> are stivii co-
Irmen; Mrs. Mi'rray Kaye is
1 I iji CtS Vil pi i'lcnt.
SlStC! hot 'I I'l'' idi nt is Mrs.
I' rl ert S Itm in, 1 he mi mbership
ommittee includes Mis. Martin
Hirsch, who s irvi s is cochairman,
Mrs. Sam Birnbaum, Mrs. Harry
Gordon, Mrs. Merman Hollander,
Mrs Daniel Levtne, Mrs. Bob Par-
ent. Mrs. Albert Rosen and Mrs.
Murray Valkowit*:.
Edgar M. Bronfman, president of Joseph E. Seagram
and Sons, Inc., has announced the appointment of
Arthur F. Murphy as president of Seagram Distillers
Company division, and of Alvin Fleishman to succeed
Mr. Murphy as president cf Calvert Distillers Com-
pany. Mr. Murphy, president of the affiliated Calvert
Distillers Company since '965, had previously been
Calvert's executive vice president. He came to Cal-
vert in 1962 from Seagram, which he had joined in
1946. Mr. Fleishman has been serving as executive
vice president cf the Four Foses Distillers Company
division, and has held a number cf top executive
sales posts during his 18 yeors with the corporation.
/Mizrachi Women's Soiree
A membership soiree for the
ntire Florida Council <>f Mizrachi
Women's Organization will be held
'ii tin Grand Ballroom of Temple
Emanu-El, 1701 Washington Ave..
at 1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 5, Mrs.
Alfred Stone, i.....rdinator, has an-
n unced, Mrs. Rose Shapiro will
serve as c 'iairn ..
Chapters expo ti t<> participate
and theii presidents include Fan-
ny April ami Bi tty Turk, A viva;
Jeanne Finkelstein, Chai; Naomi
Bl x n. Rae Klein. Eve Linet and
Sa ndra Rothi nhei j, Galil; Fran-
cini Katz, Geula; Sara Shaw, Ha-
r; Pearl Kolk Hatikvah; Sara
Mae Gcltner and Bess Sokol. Kin-
neret; Rachel Katz, Miami Beach;
\' i a Berlin, Raanana; Pose Ehr-
enreich and Ria R. iman. Shalom.
Senator Lawton
ssays
'We should support Israel to any extent to
help save the only true democracy in the
Middle East.'
He doesn't pussyfoot. He doesn't hedge. He's walked
our State from Panhandle to Keys, and he's listened
to what you have to say. That*s why Senator Ken
Myers supports Senator Chiles. And asks you to vote
for Senator Lawton Chiles, too.
Lawton
Chiles,
the Walking
Senator
Dade County Committee to Elect
Lawton Chiles United States Senator
[Co-Chairmen: Sen. Richard Fincher,
Pn, Edmund J. Gong, Sen. George L. Hollahan, Jr.,
^en Kenneth M. Myers, Sen. Ralph Poston,
en. Lee E. Weissenborn.
1MOCRAT FOR U.S. SENATE


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