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The Jewish Floridian
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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 Flaridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 45
Miami Florida Friday. November 6, 1970
Two Sections Price 20 c
fense Forces Placed On Full Alert
By Special Report
JERUSALEM Israel's defense forces were placed on full alert
... the 90-day cease-fire agreement moved to a close although all indi-
, itions pointed to an extension of the truce, with or without a formal
gement.
While United Nations delegations in New York sought a resolution
I itable to both the United States and the Arab bloc. Israeli offi-
leclared that their defense forcese will not begin firing along the
Is lez Canal front unless they are fired upon by the Egyptians first.
An army s]x>kcsmnn said, "Israel is actually stronger than before
nation of hostilities on Aug. 6. in spite of the wholesale Soviet
gyptian movement of missiles into the stand-still zone." The Is-
raelis, he said, have built up both their offensive and defensive capabil-
ties in the western Sinai and on the eastern shore of the Suez.
Mrs. Golda Meir, at the close of a whirlwind visit to the United
I States. Canada and Great Britain, was returning to Israel with assur-
lances of support for Israel's quest for peace, but little in the way of
|l.rm commitments in the political arena.
In an unofficial phase of her tour, the Premier kicked off an inten-
sive effort by American Jewry to raise one billion dollars one half
through the United Jewish Appeal, and the balance through Israel
Bonds to assist Israel economically.
A U.N. resolution proposed by Yugoslavia was strongly supported
by the United Arab Republic, but won only scattered support from
countries outside the Soviet-Arab sphere of influence. The resolution
called for immediate withdrawal of Israeli forces from all territories
taken in the Six-Day War. but made no provisions for secure borders
cr negotiations for a permanent peace settlement.
The counterproposal offered by the United States agreed generally
with the Israeli position that guarantees of its sovereignty and navi-
gation rights must precede its withdrawal, but the General Assembly
debate was broken off abruptly Tuesday to give the delegations time
to work towards securing a formal extension of the cease-fire.
As the Thursday midnight deadline approached, there was no indi-
cation that either side was preparing for military action along the
Suez. And the sporadic fighting between Arab government forces and
guerrilla units in Jordan and Lebanon was believed to indicate that
the status quo would be maintained there after the 90-day truce ended.

ei Mission Declares British Leaders Call For
ts Committee is Tool Return To Pre-1967 Lines
ATIONS (JTA)
M ssion has declared
\ n will not par-
consideration of
If the U.N. Special
ttigating Hu-
ll:: the occupied ter-
1 committee.
I, has "since
. merely served
rab propaganda. It
S malia, Yugo-
ylon, all of which
|! itic relations
Ind have identified
hostility
he continued.
II uncommitted
approached re-
the committee.
' ," the Israeli
I in assorted.
' rganize a spec-
idence' from
i\ by the Arab
bnd organizations.
;. compilation of
ady-refuted Arab
tiona and dis-
that the freedom
|b'' inhabitants of
areas is unparal-
Arab states, and
hat it called the
to investigate the
>f innocent Jews
lb countries, the
Israeli Mission declared on this
basis it would not take part in
debate on the committee report.
Histadrvt, UJA Emergency
Campaigns To Merge In 71
1EL AVIV (JTA) A deci-
sion was made by the Histadrut
Central Committee Monday to
merge the Histadrut campaign
Fn the United States with the
Emergency Campaign of the
United Jewish Appeal in 1971.
It was agreed that the His-
tadrut campaign organization
and administration will place it-
self at the disposal of the UJA
Emergency Campaign just as
it did in 1967 alter the Six-Day
War.
Former Nazi Is Unofficial
Adviser To Walter Scheel
BONN (JTA)A source
close to Foreign Minister Wal-
ti : Scheel has told the JTA that
Nazi criminal Karl Friedrich
Vialon continues unofficially as
chief political adviser to Mr.
Scheel, although he is not at-
tached to any Ministry.
Vialon. who was secretary to
Mr. Scheel when the latter was
Minister for Economic Develop-
ment in the Adenauer cabinet,
during the war gave orders for
the transfer of Jews from ghet-
tos to concentration camps, and
also signed documents for the
seizure of Jewish property.
UNITED NATIONS Am-
bassador Sir Colin Crowe of
Britain spelled out a Middle
Kast peace settlement based on
Israeli withdrawal from occu-
pied territory and a ceasefire
enforced by the U.N. Security
Council Monday in the General
Assembly.
Ambassador Crowe's speech
in effect restated the official
position of the British govern-
ment as put forward earlier by
Sir Alec Douglas-Home.
The British government's first
definitive statement on the Mid-
dle East since the Conservative
Party took office left Israeli and
pro-Israel circles shocked and
angered over what they con-
sider a "serious erosion" of Brit-
a n's | It ion from the spirit of
the Security Council's Nov. 22,
1967 resolution on the Mideast.
Foreign Secretary Sir Alee
Douglas-Home outlined his gav-
ernment's stand in a speech at
Harrogate Saturday which en-
visaged Israel's withdrawal from
all of the occupied Arab territor-
ies, in effect a return to the pre-
June 5, 1967 borders with only
"minor" alterations of Israel's
old frontier with Jordan.
Sir Alec specifically included
the Golan Heights as an area Is-
rael must eventually evacuate,
and hinted that the status of Je-
rusalem remains a matter to be
settled. His speech stressed the
"inadmissability of the acquisi-
tion of territory by war." Tn that
emphasis it resembled the Mid-
east peace plan advanced last
December by United States Sec-
retary of State William P. Rog-
ers which aroused Israeli ire.
Israeli circles here appeared
especially chagrined at the tim-
ing of Sir Alec's speech which
was delivered only three days
before the arrival here of Pre-
meir Golda Meir for talks with
Prime Minister Edward Heath.
Mrs. Meir was reported "deeply
disturbed" when Sir Alec's
speech was relayed to her in
Nov.- York. She is expert ed to
demand a clarification when she
met ts Mr. Heath.
Sir Alec made his stab mi I
Congress Installs New
oviet Jewry 'Hot Line'
>RK (JTA T.ie
of the Soviet Jew-
operated by the
.ish Congress, went
f I ally last week-
[dialing (212) TRa-
a special phone
I Stephen Wise Con-
here heard a mes-
by Rabbi Arthur
President of the
I discussing latest de-
laffecting the three
1 in the Soviet Union.
The first message discussed a
letter sent to Will Maslow, AJ-
Congress Executive Director, by
seven Moscow Jews. The letter,
the first ever sent directly to an
American Jewish organization,
begged for help in their strug-
gle to leave the Soviet Union
and emigrate to Israel.
"We are demanding the right
to emigrate to Israel and we
are being detained by force in
the U.S.S.R. by Soviet authori-
ties Despite attempts to de-
prive us of our Jewishness, we
will refrain our right to live in
what we consider the Holy Land
Israel." they declared. The
seven signed their full names and
addresses in what Rabbi Lelyveld
terms "splendid defiance."
Rabbi Lelyveld commented
that this letter demonstrates that
actions on behalf of Soviet Jew-
ry by American Jews "gives
them great confidence, courage
and hope." Other messages are
now In preparation. The record-
ings will be up-dated each week.
Strike May
Delay Jumbo
Jet's Start
t
TEL AVIV (JTA) A series
of "job actions'" by maintenance
personnel in support of wage
demands crippled El Al's serv-
ice out of Lydda Airport last
week. The airline was forced
to cancel four of its eight sched-
uled flights for two days.
Airline workers flatly turned
ciown a proposal offered by His-
at and negotiations were
i nded for the time being.
Histadrut has termed the wage
inds "outrageous."
The continuation of the strike
could cause a delay in bringing
the jumbo jet 747 into servio
rext summer. The striking work-
. rs included a special "jumbo
747" clause in which they de-
manded a specific increase of
pay to those who would be
qualified to maintain this plane.
Otherwise, the workers refuse
to even start the special course
which will prepare workers to
handle the large jet.
As things now stand, there
seems to be no chance thit the
maintenance workers will re-
sume normal work. If they do
not start the mechanical courses
on time. El Al management will
have to delay its operation of
the giant plane for another year.
two days after winding up talks
with Soviet Foreign Minister
Andrei A. Gromyko. (The Mid-
dle East was described as an
important subject on their agen-
da but not the major one.) The
official communique stressed
the importance of a political set-
tlement within the fromework
of the Security Council's Reso-
lution 242 of Nov. 22. 1967 and
the resumption of the Jarring
peace talks at the earliest pos-
sible date and called for both
sides to extend the Suez c ase-
' for a period to be d
mined."
According to reliable sources
hen. the British government
leaned toward the Soviet view
with regard to Egyptian viola-
tions of the cease-fire. The Brit-
ish position reportedly was that
these should be ignored in the
interests of the Jarring talks on
the grounds that a successful out-
come of the talks would make
the issue irrelevant.
It was reportedly made clear
tj the Soviet Foreign Minister
however that Britain's motives
and methods differ greatly from
those of the Soviet Union. Sir
Alec stressed in his speech that
Britain wants to maintain friend-
ship with Israel and "cannot ic-
Continued on Pag* 3 A
Lord Rothschild Named
To Head Advisory Body
LONDON (JTA)- Nathaniel"
Mayed Victor Rothschild, the 3rd
Baron Rothschild, has been nam-
ed by Prime Minister Edward
Heath to head a new key advis-
ory body of the British govern-
ment.
The RO-year-old member of
the House of Lords, a member
of the famed hanking family, has
spent much of his life as a bio-
physicist at Cambridge.He will
be in charge of the Central Pol-
icy Review Staff, a group of
about 12 men and women that
will weigh all major programs
proposed within the govern-
ment consider the costs and
consequences and render an anal-
ysis directly to the cabinet. Ac-
cording to most observers, the
new body will be one of the
most powerful within the Con-
servative administration.


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Friday, Novernber 6. 1970
Charles B. Potter To
Be Honored At Dinner
Charles B. Potter, vice president
<>f Burdtne'i department stores
will be honored by the America)
J. wish Committee for his contribu-
tions to advancing intergroup un-
... 1 standing at :\ dinner In N< w
York. Saturday, according to in
announcement made/by Andrew
i, i.iii. national gt ncral chair*
of thi Amei lean Jewish Com-
mlt1 i 's Appc al for Human Rela-
tions. Oiin Lehman, AJC vice
; n ski nt, 1- s. 1 \ .11: as chairman
of the event.
Mr. Petti r. a speciaHsl in de-
partment store management and
pew rmel illations, who has been
-.. ,1 : turdim 's foi thi | ast 6V cade,
previ usly was with Ed Schuster
and '' >. of Milwa iki 1. and 1 te
LaSa V nd Ki ch Co., a Macy af-
te in Toll do, l Ihlo. He had
served linl din :tor for
.-.- 1 : (ill's N, \. Jersey refin r-
i, s. I luring his army si i\ ic In
-. W VVai II. h. rose from the
rai k of First Lieul nan) to
An active communal and civic I
li ;,i
-, 1 Dade Co mty National Allianc
of Businessmen, vice chairman of
the D ide County Community Ri -
lati urd, chairman <>f Gr al 1
Miami Coalition's Manpower T
Forr.'. and Member of the Boa d
of Urban League of Greater
Miami.
A board member of the Boy
Scouts, the Greater Miami Chamb-
er af Commerce and the Better
: 1 n M Bureau of South Florida.
}Ii waa also first chairman of the
Dade County Equal Employment
Opportunity Task Force.
The American Jewish Commit-
to. founded in 1906. is this coun-
try's pioneer human relations
irganization. It combats bigotry,
works to protect civil and religious
aiAklt: B. ?uTTS
both al home and abroad,
eks Improved human rela-
; r all men 1 vorvw hi 1 e.
JWV To Hold Special
Memorial Services
Col. Maurice Weinman, Depart-
ment of Florida Commander. Jew-
ish War Veterans of the U.S.A.. has
announced that JWV will conduct
special Veterans Hay memorial
services for fallen comrades at
Vista Memorial Gardens Ceme-
tery, 14200 NW 57th Ave. Wednes-
day at 10:30 a.m.
Cantor Manny Mandel of Abe
Horrowit/ Post will lead the pray*
evs. Both are past JWV Depart-
ment of Florida commanders. Col.
Weinman announced.
The Department of Florida will
i)c represented in 'he annual
veterans Daj parade in North Mi-
ami Beach with a colorful float
and its :>!] -: nl er lion a Guard
Wednesday. The parade, s>.
s.v. d by Al 'I i) r .wit/ Pos) 6fl '
w!ll begin a) 7 p.m. near NE 1 th
Avenu i and 163rd S( et, and th
,.. 11 ail] mo\.. en ,i on 1 13:d
Street to the City II ill.
Col. Weinman, "ill be the fcuesl
th even.!"
services at Tei 1 eth Israel,
N th M ami Ave. Fi 11 ty.
His topic The I
First Jewish War '' '
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Friday- November 6, 1970
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1
*i
British Leaders Call For
Return To Pre-1967 Lines
t
Discussing plans lor the Israel Bond drive
in high-rise apartment buildings through-
| out Dade County are several members of the
Israel Bond High-Rise Committee, includ-
ing, from left, (seated) Robert Witt, honoree
tor Byron Hall; Jack Sloan, chairman of the
Byron Hall Israel Bond event; Benjamin
I Upson, chairman of Canongate; and Clifford
Straus, director of the High-Rise Division of
the Israel Bond organization; (standing)
Isaac Nassau chairman of Parker Dorado;
Joseph Allentuck honoree for Galahad Court;
Martin Mardkoff chairman of Galahad
Court; Samuel Grey honoree for Parker
Dorado; and Martin Levinson, honoree for
Triton Towers.
High-Rise Division Plans
Intensive Fall Campaign
nsive Fall cam* I past director of the Miami Rotter I ment Fund and has served as
I rise division <>f Business Bureau, a former director executive director of the Jewish
anization were of the Mt. Sinai Hospital Develop- Federation of Palm Beach County.
ia recent breakfast
I immittee at the
under the chairman-
Con't. from Pa(e 1-A
eept a program which would in-
volve disappi nance of the St ite
of Israel, as the Palestinian or-
ganizations demand."
Israeli sources took sharp is-
sue with the British Foreign Sec-
imUU'v* failure to mention d*t-
militarization of occupied terri-
tories alter Israeli Withdrawal
or "binding and reciprocal agree-
ments'" between the two sides.
They were particularly angered
by his failure to insist ,011 the
principal of .in undivided Jeru-
salem. Sir Alee said in that con-
nection that the future of Jeru-
salem needs some further agree-
ment, particularly regarding free-
dom of access to the holy places
which he described as an "essen-
tial part of any settlement." The
Israelis maintain that as long as
Jerusalem is united under their
rule, no problems exist with re-
gard to access to the holy places.
Especially ominous from Is-
raels point of view was Sir
Alec's proposal that the old
boundaries between Israel and
Syria be restored, which means
th it Israel must give up the Gol-
an Heights once Syria accepts
the Nov. 22, 1967 resolution. He
called for restoration of the old
international borders in G 1
between Israel and Egypt, and
-led that the pre-1967
between Israel and Jord n be
subject to minor ch m the
occupied West Bank.
Isr.'e-ii sources were also dis
tMilled by Sir Alecs failure to
mention "freedom oi navigation."
He spoke only of guarantee-- ..("
passage through the Straits of
Than, the (lull'of Aqaha and the
Suez Canal. The Egyptians have
always refused to asknowledge
that these were international
w iterways, the Israelis pointed
out.
Sir Alec did call for binding
agreements between Israel and
the Arab states including the ob-
ligation of all states to refraim
from acts of hostility and to do
all in their power to prevent
such acts, but his statement came
as a big disappointment to those
who thought the Conservative
government would adopt a Mid-
east policy more in line with Is-
rael's interests th in the policies
followed by its predecessor La-
bor government. One Israeli
spokesman remarked. "An un-
friendly attitude toward I
has become hi-p.u tisian British
doctrine."
ij> of h :.- Cypers,
[Plans nounced for a
[ ol Nights in Israel" on be-
plf nf Israi I Bonds to be sponsor-
I by reskli nts of high-rise apart-
lent buildings throughout Dade
I ':
ii nts have been com-
bed I Nights in Israel" to be
bi.it r, lad Court on Wednes-
\ h Allentuck as the
no Morton Mordkoff as
(uirman; at the Parker Dorado
riThur- 12, with Samuel
: Isaac Nassau
ron i [all Mon-
" th Jack Sloan as
I Robert Witt as
te Tuesday,
| run Lipson as
I Towers on
with Martin
I and Mot i is
f nan.
I' Boi i I< adi rs at-
| ting included
()o IStal Towers
The Moor-
Jack Ziegelheim,
hairman; Mat-
honoree at last
r's Belle Plaza Israel Bond
ight in Isra I" is chairman for
Pc forthcoming Belle Plaza event;
Mhert Marsh, Granada Dadeland
Nathan Vlock, Beek-
ban Towns : Dr. Max
itarman, Seasons North chair-
Ian; Mrs. Jolly Green, Marl-
wgh House chairman; Shepard
Corinthian Apartments
"nnan; Mrs. Max Raskin. Vic-
Plaza chairman; and Mr.
Mrs. Man m Berger, Arlen
1 committee members.
* High-Rise Division of the
Bond organization will be
nated by Clifford Straus, a
mmunal leader, who was
W Usociated with the Israel
^ organization when the bond
f'* *M launched in 1951.
* Straus, who has been a resi-
"of Miami for 20 years, is a
member of the Haganah,
I's under-round army, and
I in Israi I's War of Indepen-
in 1M8 and 1949. He Is a
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U.N. Again Fails To Live Up
I cM ?-- ~ rieba-e oo the Middle East =a ; furnished
- : at iwcourqginc example r: :'-.= t*nlure ei the United
- ; the h 52 r..~;;s aa which was banded
; :c toe rcscrum a:..y two the I aired States and tarae]
supported the Israel ros.: ::: x :rJ_-\r;::" a: pecre
- .v :*hcu: reservabae Severn: r shes 5 took what *akrdt
be MBCribad as a balancec pos.r.c- The others, wrth
MM ;.Sr>;;:; rr-r wir has laMBl rlare scr.re 1st-.el a:
to btkaVery mcmi m 1 "-he ev.der.ae oi Egypt s ape- -.-_-.-
tr.cc of the actreemer.r is r.r: rear
What is ev;r. are repreheasuble is that the Carr.
secure and .asnr.a booooaries and a lastinc pe-are which
.? pal a: ate Ncverv.ber 1987 Security Cour-.r.l ?.esolu:.rr.
7 his _s the r>as-? :r: _-.e 3 a "aar :alks La their search foe a
seaiemen: ve these key phrases were significantly absea:
Ahirva Er-arr. has rr.aae .: pCaia aaairr ha*. Israel will not
r-= placed or. -he defensive .- a racurr. whrrh by the way
pe-aae ra r East This :s a sad state for .: :s
ariy these disputes can be series caly 1. :;:;? a: arras.
acth leve.s
Press Reports Dash Hopes
"oiled tcr a people r-ae arst policy rra_rr.- acne that Cd
hicheK rr.cr.rres. Tae r-e^d re provide eduocticr: :rr a r.a-
Tr.e hopes were dashed when :ae full rrress rerrrj
The aagedy c? e ^^:d^dle Tost roaaaues r-f -_-.e '-' ---
aess rx tae .\rac leaders *o -he phch: o: thee "-= rrr.d
riaxea r-er-rle "or d -he aoci ac proaress ^ "-
*e peopi.e oar e-r desrr_.rr. Eoyct would be a haoT.e:
-arad e .3 ^rraacara: leaders could aalv lecan hat.
Neither Should Be Overlooked
Tae 5^i--\ry *S" ct lrf~ : he 3--=-r. -er Marrru
or-n.f ry rocetber as or otaer rv=-: aaa e-er dece or tae
oast rrorr. -at beet--a based rr. aoorera :rr roe :rr:e
slcwly but 3MMJMMM1
Tae rossiiliry r\.j.- a he rulruml arta .
-"r. ra .5 r a
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Jiiday, November 6. 1970
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Come
a
Two-way
street
?9
There's a general impression these days that
funds for home financing are so scarce
they're available only for the big building
contractors. That may be true in many cases,
but not so at Dade Federal Savings of Miami,
Our established savings depositors have a
light to expect first consideration for
mortgage funds when they are interested in
the purchase of a home. We think they are
entitled to a "two-way" street. After all,
without their accumulated savings, we
couldn't do much home financing for anybody.
And, another thing, we feel mortgage interest
rates are too high. Even though the cost of
money dictates interest rates, we have
resisted the upward trend every possible
Way. Today, we believe our prime rate on
single family homes is about the lowest
in town.
So, when you're interested in buying,
building or refinancing a home, shouldn't
you be on a "two-way" street? Come on
over! Your savings account at Dade Federal
does make a difference.
<
mttfy
%
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\ And you'll enjoy another DFS extra ...
" the Dependable, Friendly Service
% # yu receive at Dade Federal Savings.
DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI
Joseph M. Upton, Chairman
vm
Main Office
101E. Flagler St.
Allapattah Branch
1400 N.W. 36th St.
Edison Center Branch
5800 N.W. 7th Ave.
North Miami Branch
12600 N.W. 7th Ave.
Sky Lake Branch I Tam'ami Branch
18300 N.E. 19th Ave. 1901 S.W. 8th St.
Kend?M Branch
U.S. 1 at S.W. 104i.ii St.
Cutter Ridge Branch
iCoC3Canbbca:i Blvd.


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Jm.S
Max Lerner
Sees It
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letters to the editor
NEW VO^j^ .3j"'' "'Mb' jl'j jjJ'Mft '" Ifi^
I Nix::" EWTJ mil! II c :y\v here, r (Si rring up all
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EDITOR. The Jewtak Meridian: V is concerned with member^ pro- vtoelit renders
In the Oct. 16tr. issue of your bk-ms not people problems. pouc>.
fbewspilM' was an article on the ^ ..,,,, *.....;* { M it rartiajfy
YM-iwHA w* the caption. My wdlttn his Jo uh .
United Fund 'Concerned With ifriends "* Mentttr. of the TMCX
MrhensKlar paint wineis
summer and special event! pro-
current
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U it ;?.MiaIfy -.,.d I
th^ Vnitl Fund, in. ... should I
"W. ^ **>rsM* j^l
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People Ptobta-T ----- T^^lnd "s^'daT'.-.-nts pro! I not %J*"** -
This captior. is an accurate one: i crams. Being an observant family.
I take- .--. with '- .'. would much prefer our son '
wt I to the YM- attend the YM-YWHA. but
YAVHA. It my content! Ii polio* is to admit children of par-
:. nber : years that the j ents w ho arc members of the Y at
MRS. ELI \\i,,[l
Miami. FU,
|132.00| YMCA has EDITOR, The Jewteh Flotidlu:
. .1 ,t- ?___'-.,?.-.:v membership of S6.00:
Another First ror r
t- ll)l* You would be a::.:. Jt. I ac ,
I eilipIC Belli A 111 lened learn I
1 ..... nrnA 3 > held
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do wish s
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to sing in Choir
at Friday
Evening Services
BETH TORAH
CONGREGATION
N. Miami Beach, Fla.
P ease Call
Mr. Max Rothenberg
947-7528
Jewish National Fund
Strengthens Israel
ZOA-JNF TRIBITE
Banquet
honoring
Abraham
GRUNHUT
Chairman, Greater
Miami Zionist
Presidents Council
WEDNESDAY, >OV. 1!>70
6:30 P.M. FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL
ROBERT ST. JOHN, Guest Speaker
hntvrlainmvnt MPinner Mush'
For reservations rail 53I-3W
CANTOR SAUL BREEH
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MAYOR JAY DERMB|
Presided
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F,iday_ November 6, 1970
*Jph*r#> Ftrrfrfrw
Page 7-A
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If there's anything more frustrating
than spending your lunch hour in a teller
line waiting to make a withdrawal, it's
spending your lunch hour in a teller line
waiting to make a deposit.
Now we've introduced a system to
solve both of these headaches.
We've created The Express TellerJ
Holdups
and the Quick Deposit Box.
On all single item transactions,
our Express Teller will put green in your
hands quicker than you can say "fives
and ones'.' Because there'll be no one
in front of you with a pouchf ull of nasties
to tie her up for an hour. (
And making a deposit is evenv
quicker. You don't have to see a teller
at all. Our Quick Deposit Box in the
lobby will take your deposit on the run.
So if you'd like to say goodbye
to holdups at your bank, stroll over to
one of ours and say hello.
The United Banking Group ^J

We're changing the things you
don't like about banks.
""ALOABLESF..KTM THE MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL .m,,r.,......^mmb-h,
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Friday. Norember 6, 1970
Paskows Temple Emanu-EI 'Shalom Award' Recipients
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Paskow.
promir.ent in the philanthropic.
al and business life of the
community, will be the honorees
.:-E!-Israel
- of Sta- Nov. 22.
. Fontai Hotel. Dr.
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Jos. H. Kanter. T
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! npteted Corps of
-H eta un :.-^r the co-
: H ind Da\ i :a Levy
Sam and Bernyce Adler. Ah
assisting in preparations ar-
Al Podvin. Sisterhood president,
and Mrs. Jack Ka: man, S
hood coordir.at-c
C".-. r.er of the Harbor Island Spa
for the past 15 years. Larry Pas-
- a long-time member of the
Board of Temple Emanu-EI and ;s
Its : isurer. He serves
nationa] board and as
man .: the City of Hope. ar. I a
leaders. They were the guests of dent of the Israel Bond Organiza-
Prime Minister Golda Meir at the tion.
pender.ee Dav celebration. In- __
eluded in their busy round of ac- Plans for the spa-to be know*
tivities were luncheons with Fore- as the Harbor Isnd Spa East-
ign Minister Abba Eoan and | are expected to be completed
Mayor Teddy Kollek of Jeru-
I -.- rswithU.S. Ambasaador
to Israel Walworth Barbour. and
Sil Isaac Wolfson. noted British
Ml. AM MKS. LiUKr PASKOW
''.-. Sir.ai Hospital, a
patron of the Miami Heart Insti-
tute, and a patron of St. Francis
H -. ital
T tether with Stephen Muss,
he served as chairman of the Dr.
g Lehrrr.ar. Day School Build-
ing Fund H-- i- treasurer of the
B'rith Hotel Association ar.d
I 1 mder ot the Newark Beth Is-
H \ I .
Mr and Mrs Paskow recently
" irned from oik of their
.-.- I j Israel, where they were
I: :> government
I'M GRATEFUL...
FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO BE YOUR
VOICE ON THE STATE CABINET
<)&frt: 6&.
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r>-.
Commissioner of Agriculture
and Consumer Services
(Pd. Pol. Adv.,
DristariTablets can
relieve more virus cold
symptoms than
aspirin -the leading seltzer
any time capsule you can buy.
IB IB .- tanas ir::3
KVK / \^ ^
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KASM: Orrstw Tablets cvitm a Ml tfos* o aspiria to kelp rtl*M
**r, fteadadM art body ecftea and pams. Time capsules don't!
BristM Tablets eontaia aa antnistanine for
ai"le$. nmt nose and Meeting... plus a de-
ewfesUat lor limit congestion and stuffy bead.
Sacaria tablets and the ie*d.n seltnr don't!
Jkjst about everything yoe can de x these
I m was w* t m Omit* TabMts.
industrialist ar.d philanthro)
Mr. Paskow is completing ar-
build a s;
in as
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by
the end of the year.
All profits from this spa will be
donated to the Weizmann Ihsti-
Tel Aviv University
Remsen Guest Speaker
Meyer London Branch 28 of Toe
Workmen's Circle will have a
special meeting Friday at S p -,
in the Miami Beach Fed-:
Washington Ave. Stephen J p.
sen of the Teamsters Vl
cational Institute. Will
"The Jewish Labor Oommitt
day." Members and frl
d.
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Bazaar To Benefit Members
Of Smothers Senior Center
The S rsSento Center Ba-
zaar, will be im I at 1040 SW 29th
Ct 'just off the Trail) Sat
from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Merchan-
ivailable at the Bazaar will
include handmade articles made
by the members of the Center dur-
ing the past year.
Inexpensive Christmas sifts and
ornaments, low priced cere
many home novelties and h
hold items will be sold at n
able prices There will also be a
snack bar and baked goods sales
as well as a "white elephant" sale.
Proceeds from the Bazaar will go
to help carry on projects such as a
I Bank, an emergency loan
part .: :. other
ties f the 70 l n*
THE
IVLOWi
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FURNITURE
PAVLOW COMPANY
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Friday. November 6, 1970
Jewish fhridiaHn
Page 9-A
Jacob Barmore
Guest Speaker
y in
-! ad to th United Na-
; Harmore. Minister Pleni- austerity and shortages just after
the Permanent Mis- the State of Israel was established,
Mr. Barmore held the demanding
and responsible position of Sec-
retary-Grneral of the Ministry of
Food and Supply,
D'm.i in \Va>-sn\v. Polarn! in 101").
he earn, to Isra I at the age <>f 19
ami actively participated in \\\
Haganah, the d< f. nse or 'anizatl n
of the Jewish coll.: .:..;. there
until the establishmenl of the
State ol Israel in 1948, whi n it
bi came the nucleus of the Is. a. l
Defense Forces. He is a graduate
of the Hebrew University in
Jerusal m.
Sen. Fred Harris To Speak
At Testimonial Dinner
I'.S. Srn. Fred R. Harris, the
senior Democratic senator from
Oklahoma, will be guest s[>cakcr
at Saturday's testimonial dinner
honoring Sam A. Goldstein in the
Eden Roc Hotel, according to an
ann uncemtnt made by George J.
Talianoff. ehaiiman of the Fiorina
< '!'' : r (f t!i i Anti-D 'fan
L...- Sot u ty of 1- i ows.
. the 10 outstanding young men in
America.
The Society of Fellows, which
has chapters in every major i
in the nation, is participating ii
a nationwide campaign to sup; i
I the research and education
il its parent organizdti
Anti-Defamation Leagu
B'i. thi .. : f Iht
S n. Harris, who untii resigna- fioup rel
SJN. WE!) A. HASH'S
1 [arch as chaii n ai
: :atic Nat. nal Commit-
ti as a m of the
Finan s Con tl
G .-. mm nl ipeiations C
i the National A l\ h :
i mission on Civil Disorders. He
was named by the I'.S. Junioi
1 rib t of Commerce as >ne ol
' one of t
lations i
: tes, is a lea
. oup ol American J'i
:.:! ,:i 1 : ," -
'/ iv is a nal
if community leaders participat-
ing goals and programs.
i i May 1969. will be the
speaker at the Temple
Israel Dinner of State
Now 14. at the Fon-
.hi Hotel, Rabbi Mayer
a -.it/, spiritual leader of
; tern] le, has announced.
d Mrs. R ibert Siegel will
:i .I on th.- occasion for
rshi| on b< half of Israel
Bon 1'iev will be the
s of tl State ol Israel
r
cha a is Leonard
: t presid of the t< m| l<
Its bopxd, who
idei for I-ra, 1
I theC trnmitl
.' .i. Rosen;
I Dr Samuel
I and Joseph Mansl
.-. ill U' pre-
a reception
m,
[sra '~ diplo-
s sir. ih tly alter the
nt State, Mr.
previously held the i>st
' 1 tip .: .,1 the Latin
nt in the Israel Ministry
: gn Afl
for Israel
his period >1 service as
General in Chicago and
froti 1963 to I960.
H ha- als i s i ice in the
I lei in Poland.
v ich ..as his first assignment
ith t Ministry for Foreign Af-
i lal .vas ; ittoned in
us and in Arg -ntlna.
During the cril >'. period of
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become all kinds of good things, a few weeks, it becomes Edith
Edith and Ray Kimbrough have and Ray's vacation fund, too.
proved it. Theirs began as a col-'' Whether you're retired or not,
legefund.Then it m 1 your First Federal ac-
became a retirement /%l.fl.fll count keeps working
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it saw the sights ^71 aflflQ77iR after year. Good
in Britain with
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Guarded by the South's largest
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?~ge 10-J
+Jewisttk)rkik*n
Friday, November 6. 19?o
a/.. 3?*a. aS^. 7"' 9*. 7j*
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Promise Being Fulfilled
3
B\ RABBI SIMON APRIL
maple Beth Tov
saac was the son of SaraH;
mael the i in of Hagar. Isaac
figured iti.' [sraelitish people,
the Arabic pvo-
jle. Both Isaac
md Ishmael
were children of
ru> father. Abra-
ham, and G-d
i a >l promised
x>th should be-
some progenitors
>f mighty peo-
ple.
In the seventh
and the follow-
ing centuries of
this era, it seem-
' thai the promise made to Ish-
: received abundant fulfillment.
} i hen the Arabic conquerors
, tered on an extraordinary ca-
', Only a hundred years after
?: 'hnmmed's death, his followers
v re masters of an empire greater
I n that of Rome at the height
.: her power. They were building
>] sques in China. Spain. Persia
E i Southern India. Indeed, the
- inline made to th> progenitor of
th< Arab people was abundantly
-. .filled.
Rabbi April
to appreciate our relationship: first
because of our descent from one
common ancestor, and second be-
cause of the affinity of language.
literature and religion between Jew
and Arab.
We can see that Israel and Ish-
mael have a great deal in common.
What is needed is enlightenment.
understanding, reason. A special
committee ought to undertake the
propagation of old historic truths.
As far as we are concerned we
would l>e willing to forget the re-
cent shedding of blood in the an-
cient homeland of Judea, but the
Arabs seem to be holding to their
old slogan: "Either the Koran or
the sword."
The Jew however, will not be
dismaved. He is-and will be
persistent in his home upbuilding:.
He is convinced that he has a his-
| torical right to his home. He will
see to it that the old divine pledge
will be fulfilled through him. Veni-
' vrecho Becho Choi Mishpochos
' HoadomV "And in thee shall
all the families be blessed."
With the dcvelonment in his an-
cient land of Judea. all will be
I blessed.
Now, the promise to the Is-j
i "itisH people is being fulfilled, i
: 1 t iltj once more to establish our-
ves in the place concerning'
v .eh our first patriarch. Abra-
t n, was told: "Lift up thine eyes
look from the place where |
T- u art, northward, southward.
[ward and westward, for all the '
! which thou seest. to thee I
. give it and to thy seed for-
."
Ve are now building schools and
I r.ds; we are pointing orange 1
\i-.: we are establishing cen-
- of industry. Our intentions
of the mt> best We mean to
in our Promised Land in unity
h our neighbors, the Arabs. We |
. thai the time has conic for us
it Tickets Available
The North Shore Optimist and
Opti-Mrs. Club will sponsor Hie
showing of "Scrooge." the musical
version of Charles Dickens' "A
Christmas Carol" in the Byron
Theatre Monday, Nov. 16. Doors
will open at 7:30 p.m.; curtain
time is 8:30.
-
1-
I
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
7 HESHVAN 5:16
By RABBI SAMLF.L J. FOX
Why i the City of "Sated."
Israel so well known and con-
sidered holy?
It was during the H'th and 17th
centuries thai this city earned its
current fame. At that time it be-
came the seal of the Cabbalists
who were steeped in Jewish mys-
ticism.
It is possible that the proximity
of this city to the tomb of Rabbi
Simon Bar Yochai in nearby Maron
may have attracted these mystic
scholars to the city. Rabbi Simon
Bar Yochai is believed to be the
author of the "Zohar" which is the
basic book of the mystics.
The city's fame spread in the
century after the Jews were ex-
pelled from Spain. Somehow the
dawn of the New Jewish era was
thought to have risen here. The
key figure of the mystics who
made "Safed" popular was Rabbi
Isaac Luria who wac known as the
holy "Ari" The author of the
"Shufehan Aruch." Rabbi Joseph
Kara-, wrote his great work on
Jewish law here. Rabbi Jacob Be-
rab tried to reestablish the origi-
nal Rabbinate here.
The earliest mention we have
of this citv was in the Talmud
| (The Jerusalem Talmud. Rosh
| Hashonah 58a i. There is a city
j by this namo mentioned in the
Bible (Judges 1:17) which is an-
other city. The name of the city is
i considered by some to be traceable
to the Verb "to look out" since the
city is located on a lofty hill on
which one can look out from a
point 2,700 feet above sea level
and see a large expanse of terrain.
Some consider it as meaning "to
look forward to" indicating that
there was a mystic air about the
city which everyone looked ur> to.
- .
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Lech Lecha
try.
"Now the Lord said unto Abram, get thee out of thy coun-
LECH LKCHA The divine call came to Abram to leave the
idolatrous surroundings of his native country and proceed to
another land which God would show him, where he woukl be-
come the founder of a great nation and a blessing to all man-
kind. Without hesitation Abram journeyed souUiBJftss. taking
with him Sarai. his wife. hi.-, nephew, ahd-a lanj$ number f
followers. At Shecem. 30 mil s north of Jerusalem, God ap-
peered to him in a vision, and promised that the Land of Canaan*
would fall to his descendants. Later, near Bethel, Abram "eallc :
upon the Name of the Lord," thereby proclaiming his beliefs in
the one and only God.
A severe famine in Canaan compelled Abram to stay in
Egypt tor a time. Fearful lest the Egyptians might kill him in
order to obtain possession of his beautiful wife, Sarai, he per-
suaded her to say that she was his sister. Sarai was, in fact,
taken into the royal household and Abram received numerous
gifts of flocks, herds and servants. Suspicions were aroused,
however, when Pharaoh and his court were smitten with a mys-
terious illness. The truth was discovered, and Pharaoh sent
Abram away from Egypt.
In Abram's 91>th year, God renewed his covenant with him.
Henceforth he was to be called Abraham, meaning "father of a
multitude of nations," and his wife, "Sarah," or princess. Sarah
would bear a son, Isaac, through whom God's promise would be
fulfilled. In his household: thereafter every male child was to be
circumcised when eight days old. (Genesis, chapters 12-17).

Synagogue Council Project
Gets Ford Foundation Aid
NEW YORK (JTAl The Ford
Foundation has granted nearly
SICO.OOO to a project sponsored by
thi- Synagogue Council of America
to ease tension and conflict be-
tween blacks and Jews in urban
areas. Rabbi Solomon J. Sh.u fman.
president of the Synagogue Coun-
cil has announced.
Rabbi Sharfman said the project
was started in 1%9 during the
New York City teacher's strike
which aggravated racial and re-
ligious tensions, and seeks to en-
c mrage the formation of coalitions
of religious and lay leaders, blacks
and Jews, around common prob-
lems of a fundamental nature,
such as housing, crime, narcotic-.
and education.
Rabbi Henry Siegman, the Conn-
cil's executive rice president, said
the Ford grant will enable it to
designate a number of "urban in-
terns" from among the three ma-
jor rabbinic seminaries in New
York to bring together religious
and lay leadership around spe-
cific problems in various neigh-
borhoods around the city. The
Synagogue Council is seeking t"
reverse the disintegration of Jew -
ish communities in the inner city.
Rabbi Seharfm.un said. "It :
nizes thai their continued exist-
ence as decent places in which I
live and grow is linked to tlM
of their neighborhood COim
ties, be they black. Puerto Riean
or whatever, where conditions
vail which too often dehum i Izc
theii residents''
J
,.
r^eliciioHS <*3
ia
ervices
MIAMI
A A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
-ION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Crthtor Aion Ben Aron. 1
A- SHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
ElTH AM TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
.-ill Dr S. Miami. Reform. Rahb>
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor M.cheal
yrr. 3
EtTH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
] la> fi p.m. and 8:30 p.m.Sermon:
u i*.'!i 'i" Home Again." New
nip. r Consecration. Sa urday '
The Torata ,..-*..i, Bur Mttxvah
- of .\ir..4ttni Mr- .1 Edward
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickton S
Friday 8:15 p.m Sermon: "Israel win
\i.i Re Sold I ion M Th< R rei I
lowed by Oneg Shabbal Saturday 8:45
: in Bar Mttxvah: S aon
of Cantor and Mra Hen Dflokaon
gel in m: "March Forward." p.m
Portion of Law 5:30 p m .- i
A Tiu. li
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seyiour Hinkes 8
Friday 8:15 p.m Sermon: "Ax< Of
l Contentment Followed by Ones
Shabbat.
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. 10
Friday 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "Exodua>
The Sternal Memory "( Slavery."
followed by dlecueaion on "The Thr*>*.
B'aBuber, Blallk and Bernstein."
OR OLOM (lempie) a/9 SW. 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Qllx-
man. 13
TIFERETH ISHAEL. 6500 N. M.ami
Ave. Conservative. Cantor March.
bein-Marbiny 14
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple) 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Mau-
rice Klein 15
ZION (TEMPLE). 6000 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Norman N. Sha-
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
Cantor Meyer Engel.
H. Stern
?6
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. ;
Cantor Abraham Seif 2/
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St i
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram. i
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman 28
Frlda) B:lfi p.m Sermon: "Thi Vi
l:. Mm. eiA I'l'.-iu. Iltal I 8li llal
Mltxvah: Itoaelyn, daughter ': \lr
and Mra, -lulu, Svhnladoi ,1 S
Bar Mltxvah: Da, Id, .......
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16 Ml and Mr- Jerrj Su II
Fi la) 8:30 p.m, Saturday 8 a m, Bar NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Mltxvah: Jeffrey Ivan, aon of Mra. Tatum Waterway. Conservative
BETH EL. 50v SW 17th Ave. Ortho- ,SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
"in. Rabbi Solomon Schiff 5 gt. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
i '..I" p.m Saturday S a.m. and Drazin Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
p m | Friday '"" p m. and 1:18 iu. Bersaon:
----------- "The Tnr;ih Ai A Conatltutlon Bat-
EETH KODESM. 1101 SW 12th Ave. I unlay 8:45 a m Portion of Itae Week.
lern Traditional Rabbi Max *
Jeanette Lipaltx: and Bradley Man
aon "I Evelyn and Ullberl Ca n.
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.,
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor
Ben Zion Kirschenhaum. 35
MIAMI BEACH
Frlda) 8:15 ii m Sermon: "The Llmlix
ol Dlaai i
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Av-
Orthodox. Rabbi Issac Ever, 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Beral Wein 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Ed.
ward Klein. 29
Friday r. p m Follott. -1 I13 1 1 .
Shabb
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bomta Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man. 30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
CORAL GABIES
JUDEA (TEMPLE) 5500 Gr.inj.di
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipper 40
Friday H p.m. 1J Qrou
Choir will participate In
Saturday morning. Bar Mllx^
aon "f Mr, and Mra. Jort'an \ Si
ZAMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Zamora Ave.
Ccnservative. Rabbi Maxwell Bergr'.
Cantor Nathan Zolondek. 41
Frl lay 8:15 p in Serm
Time la II Saturda. '' 1.1
Mltxvah: Joaeph, aon ol Mi
v .111 Kuanlck. Followed
Kldduah
FT. IAUDERDAIE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 547 E.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldon
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANL-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ah-
rams. Cantor. Jerome Klement. 43
HAilANDAlE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
126 N. E. 1st Ave. 44
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMF'LE). 1S4B
Jefferson Ave. Conservative
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. ,:' E. Treasure Dr
North B Cantor Leon B 32.a

111
NORTH r.VAMI BEACH
rKabblnical eviston
T.
roqrctntg
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 1025
N. E. M.arni Gardens Drive. Con-
servatlvt Rahbi Milton Schlinskv
Cantor Nathaniel Schub. 33
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S. 14 A1"--
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Ja'f'. *
Friday 8:15 p.m, Sermoi >'""!!
Rebellion Agalnat rhe "11 '
Saturday 11 a m Bar Mm
; berl Alan .son .f .Mr. ind M-
.1 I i"i finan
BETH SHALOM'TrEMPLFN "28
Monroe St. Conservative >'BD'
Morton Malavsky. Cantoi .lrJ
Gold.
Nov. X
Nov. X
Nov. 8
i"h 4. 8:30 run. The First Estate
Topic: A Different Look at the Kloction"
Guests: Dr. Vergil Shipley University of Miami;
Dr. Albert R. Schmidt, Grace Lutheran Church:
Rev. Fr. David Punch, St. Timothy Catholic
Church, and Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Director of
Community Chaplaincy Service.
Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Ralph Kinssley
Subject: First In a Series on Great Jewish Think-
ers of the 20th Century, "Rabbi Mordecai Kap-
lan."
Guests: Rabbi Gilbert Kollin. Temple Emnnu-El.
..H Miami Beach, Rabbi Stanley Ringler, Director
of Hillel.
Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Norman Shapiro, Temple Zion
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser 21
Frtdaj B:lj p.m Sermon: "The Fifth
Aiuiiwrsary Of The Vatican Declnni- ,-,.,_, _.
11..11 On Th.- Jewa." Baturday lu 1.1 BE.T^ Jorah ne 164th St. at 11th .-._. ,--M.l.. aaaogW 35th St.
a 111 Bar Mltmtah: HowaH aon ol Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip- 'SRAEL (TEMPLE) MM V^j
achitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer 34' Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J "'"..
-------a------- grad. Cantor Abraham Koster.
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David SlPlr"j
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun.
MNtAMAR
Mr, and Mra Paul Btalnlauf.
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
l BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA.
TION. 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBHEW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox
EMANU-EL (TKMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lahrman. Cantor Zvi Adlar 24
Friday v'.n n in Sermon: -is There
An Answer To ReHgioUM Alienation?"
Saturday : a.m. Weakly Portion at
| the Bible, liar Mltsvah: Charier Hi
: son of Mr and Mra shim n Bui
Joaa, S..11 u( Mr. and Mr- Salomon
Benrej.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Or.Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
I Grnss 25
I JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
c?8?!.- NE S2n,a 4v""- Reform
Rabbi Ralph p. Kmgsley. Cantor
Irving Shulkes. 37
S 11 Thai
' "' '-1','':"" '..... Anything
1 hanged? Baturdaj in ,-, llir
Miisvah: Rlehard on 1 f Mr and
all Harrj Bti Inman
SK^ LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 N.E.
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F.
Caplan.
P B tui ll 1 a in S'T-
ni.in rii. Wai w orld
I "
YOUNG ISRAEL OF CREATES
R.hh"'-a,W.0. NEJ7,S St- Orthod"
I Rabbi Naftah Porush. 39
in Bar-
in Aim, .,.. 1 L
POMPANOBIACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 132 SE ';,n *!,'
Conservative. Habbl Morris A. J JJ
Cantor Ernest Schreiber
SURFSrDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave., Sorfside. T"J
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D ^
Thit page it prtptrcd <*
cooperation urith the GrtttH
Miami Rabbinical Aiiociation.
Coordinator of the fearu'"
upbearing here is
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Spirttual LevuJe* of
Temple Zamora
Carol GaalfS


Friday, November G, 1970
+j6wlsfiFk>ridKar?
Page 1'. A
Announcing-
An Exciting Tour of ISRAEL
Sponsored by ISRAEL TRADE AND TRAVEL CENTER, INC.
Personally led by Sam Silver, President, who is married to an Israeli native and has been
to the Holy Land on seven occasions, the trip is scheduled to leave New York City on
Sunday, December 27th 1970 and return to New York on Wednesday, January 6, 1971.
The itinerary for this special 11-day fun-packed New Year's tour which sells for $699.00 (including air fare from any
city south of New York) is as follows:
NEW YEAR'S SPECIAL PARTY
Sam Silver
Sunday Fly from wherever you arc to New York, and within
December 27 minutes you are in Israel. How? Well, the moment you
step aboard an El Al jet, you are on your way there!
Monday And another 5760 miles you touch the ground. A
December 28 smiling hostess will greet you and a luxurious motor-
coach will transfer you to your hotel in Tel Aviv.
Tuesday After a rest and a delicious Israeli breakfast, we shall
December 29 start our tour by driving through the streets of Tel
Aviv, the first new Jewish city in the Middle East.
See the Z.O.A. house. Mann Auditorium and the Na-
tional Theater. We shall proceed southwards to Jaffa
and stroll through the narrow streets, tour the anti-
quities and the Art Center. In the afternoon we will
motor to Rehovoth to visit the Weizmann Insitute, cen-
ter of scientific research, as well as the Tomb of the
first President.
Saturday
January 2
Sunday
January 3
Wednesday
Dec ember 30
Thursday
December 31
Friday
January I
Drive southwards, via Ashdod, and Ashkelon to Beer
Sheva, central town of the Negev After a short visit
of this city wo shall proceed to Sedom, tin lowest place
Oil earth and see the potash and gromide plants. Con-
tinue along the shore of the Dead Sea to Metzada, the
last fortification of the Jewish Zealots in their war
against the Romans. Ascend Metzada to see the ancient
waterworks, the Herodian Palace and the Roman
Corps. Return to Tel Aviv and get ready for a swing-
ing evening at the Tiffany, most exclusive discoteque
in Tel Aviv.
Get acquainted with the city of Tel Aviv. Walk through
the streets, browse at Jaffa's Flea Market or at elegant
Dizengoff Street with its outside cafes. In the evening
a most swinging New Year's Party at the Sheraton,
Tel Aviv Hotel, including an exclusive dinner, cham-
pagne and a full evening program with the most fa-
mous stars and much more.
You will certainly need a rest today as we shall start
our tour at 10:00 a.m. driving northwards via Natanya
to Caesarea to visit the Roman Theater and Crusader
Fortress. Continue along the coastal road to Acre and
Monday
January 4
Tuesday
January 5
Wednesday
January (>
visit the famous Crusader's stronghold and medieval
fortifications. From there to Haifa, a sightseeing of this
city will show you the Bahali Shrine, Persian Garden
and the Technion Campus (small Institute of Techno-
logy) and stop at the Panoramabreathtaking obser-
vation point over the Western Galilee and the bay.
Overnight in Haifa.
Enjoy a peaceful Shabbat in Haifa.
This morning we shall leave at 6:00 a.m. for Safed, city
of Kabbala, to visit the old Synagogues and artist's
colony. Proceed northwards to the Golan Heights and
Banias, source of the River Jordan and the former
Syrian fortifications from there to Tiberias, ancient
centre of Jewish learning situated on the shores of the
Sea of Galilee. We shall then motor to Jerusalem for
overnight.
Today we shall visit Jerusalem, the heart of the World.
You will see the places you have heard so much about!
Mt. Zion, the Shrine of the Book with the Dead Sea
Scrolls, the Hadassah Medieval Center, its synagogue
with the Marc Chagall stained glass windows, the He-
brew University, the Knesset (Parliament) and the
Old City, where you will recapture history as you visit
the sacred spots including the Western Wall and the
Temple area.
This morning we shall drive to Bethlehem to see the
Tomb of Rachel and the Church of Nativity. From
there to "Hebron" to visit the tombs of the Patriarchs,
Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. We shall then return to
Jerusalem. You will have the whole afternoon to buy
some souvenirs for your friends at home. In the eve-
ning we will have our farewell party at the famous
Chan Night Club with a fascinating Israeli folklore
show.
Our tour will end today when we will be transferred
to the airport for departure to the U.S.A. after an
unforgettable experience.
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">age 12-A
Jeist> norMian
Friday, November 6, 1970
1,500 Delegates To Attend
CJFWF's General Assembly
The changing needs of the Jew-
ish community both here and
abroad, the problems of Jewish
education and identification, the
involvement atfecollege youth, tha
social welfare and health require-
ments of IsriPeftn a""pefiod of con-
tinuing crsis and the plight of
Jews in Eastern Europe will bo
among the top priorities of the
agi nda considered by some 1.500
us ,t the 39th General
Assembly of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds
(CJFWFi, in Kansas City. Mo.,
Nov. 11-15.
This year's Assembly, which will
bring together Jewish leaders from
virtually every community in the
United States and Canada having
an appreciable Jewish population,
will have '"Sigh's on the '70's: A
Pivotal Assembly Looks Ahead to
a Decade of Fast-Paced Change"
as its theme.
The framework of the five-day
conclave will be set by Philip Born-
stein of New York, executive vice
president of the Council, in his
keynote address on "Major Issues
Facing Jewish Communities in the
Assembly."
Following will be more than 5C
sessions and workshops devoted
to the broad range of social wel-
fare problems, at home, overseas
and in Israel before the American
Jewish community, with delibera-
tions as to the guidelines and pro-
posals whereby Federations in cit-
IMIILIP BERNSTEIN
Continued From Page 4-A
If Israelis had real statesman-
ship to match their courage, they
would now be offering King Hus-
siin the kind of truly generous
deal that he might conceivably be
able to accept. But their inner
politics are only a cut above the
inner politics of their Arab neigh-
bors. So no Israeli politician
dares to suggest real generosity
about such touchy matters as
the statu= of Jerusalem.
IN CONSEQIENCE, the Is-
raelis will almost certainly ig-
nore the tiny hint of an oopor-
tunity to obtain a peaceful East-
ern frontier. Yet there is some-
thing to the Israeli argument,
all the same, that their main
problem is not Jorcsn, but
Epypt.
Here again there is precept-
ible fallout, more especially from
Nasser's death, as might be ex-
pected. The Soviet and Egyp-
tian promise-breaking continues
without interruption, of course.
The number of SAM-2 and SAM-
3 missile battalions deployed in
the strip along the Suez Canal
has now r:s|n Jo close to 50. And
between 10 and 15 of them are
SAM-3 ba lalions manned by
Russian tr< >ps.
BIT FO I THE present, the
key factj s that post-Nasser
Egypt i% really being governed
by a corfcrHttee. The committee
is compcRiJ of the secret police
boss-intAof minister, the war
m.nisterBnp two or three other
insiders Kfuht. Nasser period,
all und(^Mgrochairmanship of
the ni u HU"aD' Anwar Sadat.
President Sadat is probaldv
ies both large and small can deal
with them.
On the local community level,
sessions will deal with the prob-
lems of fiancing local services, plan-
ning for health services and the
relationships between Federations
and functional agencies, and a
reappraisal of essential domestic
services.
There will be institutes and
workshops on Jewish identity and
commitment, endowment funds and
the outgrowths of new tax laws,
college youth and faculty with em-
phasis on funding programs. Jew-
ish studies and outreach programs.
Other sessions will deal with the
new developments in Federation
relationships with United Fun's:
communicating with the Jewish
community, stressing the problems
and potentials of American Jewish
weekly newspapers; urban affairs
and public welfare issues ranging
from changing emphases in com-
munity involvement to serving in-
ner-city population to support of
social welfare legislation.
The drug abuse problem and the
community response to it. cam-
paigning in 1971. and youth l->ad-
c-ship sessiors will command con-
siderable attention, as will sessions
on Federated-sponsored tefaris'on
series and service priorities re-
'ating to large, medium-sized and -
small cities.
ish voluntary health and welfare
organizations, a special recogni-
tion to Fonds Social Juif Unifie,
France, and the Herbert R. Abeles
Memorial Address. It the General
Assembly Banquet Saturday eve-
yggm ~ -
The election of the 1971 offi-
cers and board of directors of the
Council, fie na'ional associat'in
| of some 225 l.cil Federations. YV A-
fare Funds and Community Coun-
cils s "rvirg mo e than 803 com-
munit'es l*i the United States and
Otnadi, is scheduled for Sunday
afternoon.
The CJFWF is the association
of central community organ'za-
tions s'ic'l as Federations. Wel-
fare Fun s and C wnmunity Councils
that helps commun'ties to mobilize
maximum support for the UJA and
other overseas agencies, as w>ll as
for irtafor national and local serv-
es Involving; fina-eing. r>bnn;n and operating health, welfare, cul-
tural, educational, communitv re-
lations and other programs b?ne-
Htt'ne ?1! residents.
more tie edged to the So-
viets th r other Esrvpt: in
ieader. ty committee is
also moa elv to last indef-
initely. lnce Sadat will
rely h e Boost powerful
So-.. is the bst jaith full author-
bet to e
ity in til P CXm-.
Eves *Jb&o 1 Sndat is
l;ket^H| Require N
former h-\*H | in the rest of
th" Arab uR-H X ets are
also eoins fll Bd a lot of time
to eet thiruS tiri out. So the
events so w1"R"P WfrfMored by the
virtuous at lea- t promise a lone
breathing spell for beleaguered
Israel.
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Rahbi Jacob Neusner. author of | develop some of the themes in
the text for the seri s. will be j his latest book, "The Way of
Sunday's speaker in the Green- j Torah."
Professor of Religious Studies at
Brown Universitv, Dr. Neusiu
one of the dynamic young lejdera
of Jewish thought in this country,
lias written and lectured extensive-
ly in recent years.
Ordained at the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary following his
graduation imagra cum
from Harvard, he has taught re-
ligion at Dartmouth. B
Columbia and Wisconsin ui
ties and last year served is
dent of the Ami rican Acs
Religion.
In addition to scholar! ooks
dealing with the history I i!
Jews in Babylonia, mar.v il his
essays and articles have been col-
lected and published; the most
recently published was "Jud
in the Secular Age: Essays on Fel-
lowship, Community an i Free-
dom."
Judge Klein To Speak On
'Need For Judicial Reform'
President Sharon Brown will
preside at the annual Phulic Rela-
tions Dinner meet'ng of the Amer-
ican Society of Women Account-
ants. Miami Cnapter No. 75. Tues-
day, at 7 p.m. in the Dupont Plaza
Hotel. Judge Edward S. Klein o'
the Dade County Civil Court of
Record, the guest speaker for the
evening, will speak on "Need fo:
Judicial Reform."
Members of all professional or-
ganizations, and women active in
the field of accounting, are cor-
dially invited to attend. Reserva-
tions may be made by calling Mrs
Hillelcne Lustig.
field Ad lit Institute of Temple
Israel of Greater Miami. His sub-
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as well as the condition of Jews 4n
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HpflTPW FTlffll Srhool 'JTA Announces Appointment Of Joseph Polakoff
11^*^ UV11UU1 NEW YORK (JTA-Robert R, With the appointment of Mr. sistant chief and chief c
Organizes 7 Classes
NEW YORK (JTA Robert R, With the appointment of Mr.
Arnow, president of the Jewish Polakoff, the JTA once again moves
Th. Hebrew High School of the
Jewish Education has
_ '. ., vi'ii classes in Jewish
i students unable to at-
Hebraic centered pro-
am.
Oetai ol this new effort were
l,,,,,i by Leonard Zilbert. prt'Si-
i W| ol Ihe Bureau of Jewish
.((ucal i li i re] orta that these
II moot onc.< or twice a
, ,- study the broader aspects
i, as is related to the
da', 'ith emphasis
placed i'i n r> latina Jewish tradi-
- an I Jewish ideals
youth of our

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t-
- include Ji wish Law, a
as in Jew-
- thej ha* developi d
.' >w ish iden-
in high schools,
. : lal i '.') Jewish
. the Land and People
sed for pro-
mbsci iptiona to
,- the Jewish Di-
li ;.i :.;ts. films and
s well as books and
lal nal materials,
b n irganizi d and
me< ting in North
S ".' !i. st and
.: :: ich.
TI-. thwest .lasses meet at
HA. A i. nt program of
pups at the "Y" includ-
laS th project whereby stu-
ihi Ir own psychedelic
ucca Under the direction of
Listowsky, the students
sscd the ideas oi the festival
nil l<'k part in making the bless-
the traditional Four
brcii -.
The North Miami Beach class,
| tun evenings a week
I 10 to 7 ;30 p.m.. is set up
I- a Ti i nnge Supper Club. The
| Includes Jewish Law,
I roday.
Ifour k'roups, are Jiuw being
I Miami Beach. One
;i- i speciaj interest
- -i ins at Miami
bch nior High School. The
er I which may soon
LOO students, meet
ii The program
ssions based upon
Jewjsh md Jewish His-
his i; v educational project
has been made available to all
Jewish youth of Dade County,
through a social grant given by
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion to the Hebrew High School of
the Bureau of Jewish Education.
Through the effort of rabbis.
edi:cat ional directors. th.j .Jpwich
Yoittn Council. afld--Ae*'te,.ciois
' oi. ^^iiUipL-ji^lM} Youth Di-
liXHtions in -viiaiTn.'^as welFas'
the local agencies of the Federa-
tion, the [in gram is Incoming
a successful educational effort.
ihe teachers and the discussion
leaders include Mis. Rachel Ab-
-' n \i-./. icab. i Shimon Azulay,
Prof. Paul Conover. Martin Li -
I towsky and RabLi Stan .y B.
Wt iss, The project is und r the
administration .-I Herbert Zvi
ii. i gi r, associate din ctor o( the
Bureau of Jewish Eklucatl i
Telegraphic Agency, has announc
ed the appointment of Joseph Po-
iokoff as JTA's Washington bur-
eau chief. In addition to his daily
issignments covering the State
Department, the White House and
C-ingress. Mr. Polakoff will also
write a weekly column, "Capital
Spotlight," and report on the
Washington Jewish community,
Mr, Arnow said.
Humanitarians Oi
Mount Sinai To Be
Honored At Ball
Humanitarians of the Mount Si
nai Medic.d Center benefactors
who have contributed SI millioi
nr more to the hospital and its ex-
pansion program will be hon-
ored at the Pontainebleau Hotel a;
the President's Ball on Sunday,
Dec. 6. Presentation of the awards
will be supervised by Mount Sinai
president Samuel Friedland.
Paul Paske, chairman of the ar-
rangements committee, said imi-
tations for the gala black-tie affair
will be mailed early next month
His committee is planning an eve
ning that will be one of the mos*
talked-about occasions of the whi-
ter social season.
"At the special request of our
Humanitarian honorees, presenta-
tion ceremonies will be kept at a
minimum." Mr. Faske said. "They
have asked that the emphasis be
placed on providing a grand time
di who attend."
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Friday November 6. 19"*C
DATtUMt JERUSALEM By Elkilwi Solpeter
A Daily Issue: The High Cost Of Living
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f- ~ ^ Till. RECEM CZCRIXG
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' the Rogers
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BOOK gV/W By Seymour B. liebmcw
Sense And Nonsense
fcj WV ORTHODOX
m
1 he lew -
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The Dfek
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national-
it) -;. But L ':::.-
of
Tbt
r tory at the Uaiwaslt) Warwick Ei
H h '- :- --
w?jp h*. ...-. : Russian-Jewish ex-
peri
Pi .'. Ettirs ity discusses ;
tfoq tii n 1917 the
Woi rod per-
spective* of M -.- of the Univer-
1

of the com-
munal ;..' of the Jews. Each >g-
.nd th'/re is an excellent index 11
A book. The entire work oduct of
ttute-of Jewish Affairs, London.
Norm ;?'. it is our policy not to review far
How. /er, The Dick," was written by a Jewish
author whs has achieved a modicum of popularity I
and then* might be 'Heaven forbid) some who be- I
lieve the blurb on the books jacket. The protagonist I
of this execrable imitation of a novel is a Jew who
changed his name from Kenneth Sussman to Ken I
Le Peters. He is attached to a police force, which "
explains the title. The book is a sordid attempt to |
capitalize on half-baked black some four letter words, and peripheral references to
coalition cabinet
II
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ter pert of t
:-'.'.
I Six-Day War.
-id command ~
tnood, and Ma) -
.
. hand the map of Gab
Herut wing within that activist lei
ling d > and places it tn
so-. i more extreme
up by p who do r.
Trans Jordan tan in 192 no
-y : : :sn.
Tw .s which enjoy ion
in ol are the plans am
and M Da;
:: tab-
Stal
It
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trip
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Silver On Sports
Jess Silver
Ke\ ersal Of A Trend
IT II \^ BEEN
rt to s t out or
-
I Harold Zin I Lyt M =.- and Has
V >rk City i Id rt
n is chairman of the National J-
.: re Board's Health and Physical Educ il
: Cohen is chairman jf its B
C immittee. Together, they were responsible for l
intern tional Israel V nth Festival
I culture and Sp :'.-. and r-m from Ju'.;. -
Aug. 9.
They were in the JWB offices in New V
'It's absblut ';
served as tn
' States F m it!

Fest
I 17. S
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It
S
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1 no one
\ mak-
5 was ii was only part
of the n was cultural, and
- toured Israel widely, from the
H ghts t Mas via.
The whole trip was inspirational, especially I *
n, who agree they derived more
.: than tit
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl
Pornography: Behold The Backlash
CMfT (OMlMls to to our
** Gr I Product
ke in thr '.ooks
i runs
- : rril i it
feel nauseous I2i 1 Si
- where the peep shows I rlie pic-
tures leave th > bugs are
crawling up and down the back of civilized man.
Given this propensity for filth on the part of a sordid
segment o: but given also the free American's
deep distrust of practically all forms of censorship, we
should have been prepared for the political blow-up over
the release of the Presidential Comission On Obscenity
and Pornography.
After two years of a S2.000.000 study conducted with
the assistance of a staff handling some 50 research projects,
the Commission recommended the elimination of all legal
Damned as a "Magna Carta for Pornography" by its
rs of the study group itself.
led as a cli rtory for the First A
.oving it, the report will not soon be
.. M ire than 200 aottobscenitj
. round the halls of Congress. Sosn af'
- ted, the U.S. Senate voted
o denounce the report And naturally, sc
10 curry with fearful sections of
rica declared themselves opposed to the find:: -
>t proving they are for law and order and pu
The Commissioners themselves opted for O'-itinued
open discussion of the pornography issue, a .
education effort, and intensive training for physW'*
clergymen, social workers and teachers responsibJe or
such education. They found continued government^ inter-
ference with the full freedom of adults to read, o
View whatever (obscene) material they wish to ho W
warranted, however.
With the tide against violence and for conformit?
running very high and with millions of frightened Axner-
Jews and sex. Just as Le Peters is an unbelievable g restrictions on adults who wish to obtain sexually ex-
non-character, so the book is a non-book. | plicit books, pictures, and films much to the dismay of
liliiMi ...... -*nn--'- '- *i President Nixon, Attorney General Mitchell, and five dis-
icans willing to grasp the frailest reed to save them and
their chilldren from the nightmare they attribute to por-
nography, here's a prediction that the backlash against
the Commission report will produce the kind of repr>*'
sive legislation that truly free men can never condone.


day. November 6, 1970
* Jewlst> norkttan
Page 15-A
This Week In History
Y years Ago Tills Week: 1930
]i b',i Nathan Krass of Temple
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tno--t:.' lawyer Clarence Darrow
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George Arllss won an Oscar for
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(Mrs. Irving Thalberg) for "The
I Divorcee" and Carl Laemmle Sr.
1 (produceri and Lewis Milestone
(director) for "All Quiet on the
Westi n Front."
Britain released 1,800 certifi-
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Palestine under the labor sched-
ule, hit Jews cal'ed i' an expedi-
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The Jewish Book ("bib's first
selection was Sholom Asch's "The
Mother."
Scores of Jews and non-Jews
were injured in anti-Semitic out-
breaks in Austrian, Hungarian and
Polish unh ersities.
Rabbi William II. Flneshrlber of
Philadelphia protested the ab-
sence of a monument in memory
of Haym Solomon: "If he had
.....i i general on a horse, waving
his sword and killing people, n
would have been easy to have
him honored. But he was only a
financi r. II" gave only h;s money
and bis life."
10 Wars Ago This Week: I960
Israeli Foreign IMn'ster Goldn
Meir si Id if Egypl: Israel cannot
:f any rountrj
s to domin te Jordan. We can-
" 'i accept h presence of any
i r arm on our frontiers."
if s >r 11 m ild A.
' "bw, "!. on the Nobel Phys-
- Prize for his "bubble cham-
ber" for measuring energy of hi] li-
ed it '.).. i mitted from billion-
olt al >m smashers.
Israel said the $6 million re-
eived i i i 11v Ameri in IK
opment Loan Fund would enable
!ir>- to ti lephone com-
munications problems.
Viscount Herbert Lou's Sam-
uel, leading Anglo-Jew and first
" -h Commissioner for Palestine,
was 90. Lord Attlee, who called
him the most effective speaker in
the House of Lords, said, "II- ad-
vocacy of a binational state last
him the sympathy of the Zionists.'
Salt water was found to be suit-
able for the irrigation of Israels
- jar beet and cotton fields.
The Organization of Anti-Fas-
cist Fighters charged In Vienna
that Adolf Eichmann was por-
sonaily responsible for the murder
of 180,000 Czechs.
At least 10 ,ieus retained their
Congressional seits; one candi-
date -' and another was I
in the U.S. national elections.
Aaron Lebedoff, fam ius Yiddish
theate star, died in New York at
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eJewish Flor idian
(iami. Florida Friday, November 6, 1970
Section B
60 Miami Delegates Attend
ZOA's Weekend Conclave
4 60 z.O.A. members
!i Florida area will
I 33rd Annual Confer-
Southeasl Region of
I i >: iniz ition of Amer-
I > Die this weekend,
I R ibbi David Shapiro.
I president of the
I |, Southeasl Region.
Shapiro announced thai
-) 1. a national vice
I ,. i the Z.O.A., and Abra-
.,, ,.\ Grunhut, chairman of the
Eiuth Florida Z.O.A. President's
II lead the local dele-
tion
Par!' pating in the three day
inference Program from South
jlorid will l- Seymour B. Lieb-
lian. a pasl president of the South-
last !'. .ion Z.O.A.. who will ad-
rcs.- the Sunday luncheon; Dr.
Irv'iru Lchrman, a national vice
iresiil-t of the Z.O.A.. who will
j the -u>'st speaker of the Sun-
b] ,-ening banquet: Mr. Ray-
mond, who will present the awards
y ih. banquet: Rabbi Shapiro, who
i address the Conference at the
Sunday afternoon luncheon and
Install the newly elected officers.
U.8. Oongi ssman Claude Pepper,
who will hi' one of the guest
speakers at the opening session
Saturday evening and U.S. Con-
gressman J. Herbert Burke of
Broward County, who will appear
on the Conference program Sun-
day morning.
Participants in the conference
program from South Florida will
also include Isaac Donen, president j
of the Brandels Zionist District:
Judge Nelan Sweet, president of
the Miami Beach Zionist District: j
Morris Simon, honorary president j
of the Miami-Gables District, and
Sam J. Perry, president of the
Broward Zionist District.
During the banquet an award
will be presented to Rabbi Sha-j
piro, who is now completing his j
fifth term as president of the
Southeast Region, thus serving
as president of the Region longer
than any of his predecessors.
A plaque will be also presented
at the banquet to Isadore Mosco-
In Dade County Vote:
Democratic Landslide
vitz. editor of the Southern Jew-
ish Weekly of Jacksonville, who
is a vice president of the South-
easl Region of the Z.O.A., for his
outstanding work on behalf of
Z.O.A. publicity and Israel p iblic
affairs.
Leading the Miami Beach Zion-
ist District delegation, which will
be the largest one at the Con-
ference, are Ben Giller, a past
chairman of the South Florida
Z.O.A. President's Council: Julius
J. Rosenstein, immediate past pres-
ident of the Miami Beach District:
Nathan and I .aura La Tuchie and
Norman Chussit.
Leading the Miami-Gables del-
egation will be Rose Shapiro and
Moses Meyer, vice presidents of
the District, and Greta Shubow.
secretary. Leading the Brandeis
District delegation will be Ezra
Finegold, honorary president of
the district, and Abraham Krem-
ens.
M. A. Golomb and David Harris
will lead the Hollywood delega-
tion; Allan Porter and Allan Pot-
ter will lead the North Broward
District. Leading the North Miami
Beach District will be Stanley
Josowitz; Morris Share and Stan-
ley Karp will lead the Young
Adult District.
Temple Beth Am president Barton Udell, (seated at left),
presents a $60,000 check for the temple's purchase of Israel
Bonds to Michael Litvak, executive director of the Israel Bond
organization as members of the Executive Committee (stand-
ing, from left) Sam Steen Ira Segal, William Sanes George
Malin and Dr. Maxwell Dauer watch.
Last-Minute Smear Attempt
Fails To Change Outcome
a i Tal ic l indside in Dade
i :li" party's ticket
\ ictories through-
out I ite in Tuesday's gen-
\ lth St it'1 Sens.
I Askew and Lawton
I led as g ivernor and
senator.
D
- i i gent former
tiring Attorney General Earl
Faircloth, who was a North Flor-
idian for mast of his life.
Hep. Pante B. Fascll and Rep.
le !'. pper were returned to
Congress by Dade voters. Pep-
per without opposition and I-'as-
cvll b> a whopping 71 per cent
majority.
ORT Chapter Games Party
The Miami Business and Profes-
sional Chapter of Women's Amer-
ican ORT will hold a games party
Sunday at 7:30 p.m. in the dining
! room of the Raleigh Hotel, 1777
Collins Aw. Guests will be wel-
comed.
A final-hour attempt by sup-
porters of Congressman William
Cramer to portray State Sen.
Lawton Chiles as anti-Semitic
and to imply endorsement of his
own candidacy by Israel Pre-
mier Golda Meir attracted con-
siderable attention Tuesday.
Although Chiles defeated
Cramer handily, his majorities
in areas with heavy Jewish pop-
ulations were not BS Strong as
those polled by winning guber-
u itorial candidate Reubin As-
kew,
Most of the anti-Chiles and
pro-Cramer material came in
the form of unsigned letters
from unknown oi nlzations.
But a Seril S of newspaper ad-
vertisements showed a photo-
graph of Cramer and Mrs. Meir
taken last summer in Washing-
ton, D.C.
The picture was taken without
authorization when Cramer en-
tered a meeting held by Mrs.
Meir with United States Sena-
tors. Officials who arranged the
off-the-record session said n'
member of the House, including
ner, was invited, however.
A check of campaign St
ments disci is d that both I
and Cramer ran on pro-Is
platforms. Outgoing Gov. Kirk:
;.nd incoming Gov. Askew are
both on ecord as pledgin
p.ut for i-i lei also.
- inr Maurice
M iyor Steve Clark
for the post o:'
iyor. Mrs Stan-
sj an l Sam Fletcher
in the Nov. 2-1 ape-
ii to fill the vacancy
"n thi immission created by
'he i ition of Tom O'Mal-
loy.
O'M lie) was elected to the
Post ol State Insurance Com-
missioner and treasurer Tues-
day with two other Dade Coun-
ty Democrats gaining even more
hands ti iumphs.
Richard Stone moved from
the Star. Senate to the cabinet
post of Secretary of State. Rob-
""' Shevin jumped from his sen-
ate s at tn Attorney General.
Both ired majorities of more
than 100.000 votes here.
M Democratic candi-
dates on cabinet positions as
'"v Cl mde Kirk, Jr. was de-
1 by more than 225.000
tes The Democrats retained
*<'.. Im '.- control of both
''""'' ol the legislature, and
ntaeol i S| ,,..s 12seats in the
umgn
r'.' will give th' Dem-
ded a (vantage in
"f-81 next year to ac-
"'"' : r Florida's additional
1 ongress resulting from
nsus.
In other
statewide contests,
Wiptn,!!,., Bud Dickins,,,, and
<-h '1'" Comm'sstoner Flovd
>n second terms by
100.000 and 3CO.O00
Demo-rat Doyle
2, '" hs rourth term
out r-'r>',';'" Commissioner with-
wi opposition.
jj*vjn and Stone are the first
"Countians elected to the
t in modern Florida his-
with the exception of re-
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Celebration To Mark 127th
Birthday Of B'nai B'rith
Reservation* for the Nov. 28 annual dinner of the Bureau
of Jewish Education are now being accepted, it has been an-
nounced. The dinner to be held in the Plaza Hotel will
honcr Anna Brenner Meyers. Here Abe Grunhut. ticket
chairrr.cr.. presents a ctssKk covering 10 reservations to Mrs.
Hmry 3. VVernJck, dinner chairman. ______
YM-YWHA Celebrates
'Jewish Book Month*
Th- B B rith Council -
South!
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"The Holid ly Si pu'<>-
"What Danny Did"
.-,. "Dorothy and
Jewish Life" by
Michael C3onivitz and Del by In
inland" by Dorothy Kripe.
El mentary School age children
Aill devote part at the dry to
Jewish book dramatizations on
Friday, Wot. 1. fa whool ho'.i-
dayl. Khidergarten thr<>ujch 2nd
. he ir selections from
"Stories Round the Year," by Har
tha Marcnof, ,md 3rd through *>th
pradcrs will have Jay William's
hook "Solomon and Sheba" pre-
sented in dramatic form by Bur-
ton Parker, drama instructor at
i he YM-YWHA
Jack Gold membership direc-
tor of the "Y," will review writ*
tags >f Jewish humor for the North
County Senior Qtlz -ns Friendship
(Hub. at 8:30 p.m. Nov. 17, at the
North County Branch.
Dan Arazl wi'l review "The
Pledge." Marim Kerman wHl pre-
lenl Yiddish readings and the
You:>" Judea Choral group will
entertain w'fh a selection of Is-
rai II songs, Dec. 7 at s p.m. in the
Oecanfront Auditorium, Miami
i> aeh.
Jewish Book Month will be fur-
ther marked by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Ed"c itlon in co'laboratlon with
the YM-YWHA. presenting two
- for college youth: the
first will be held at the Public Li-1
brary, Main Branch, ;.t H [>.m. Dec. I
14. It v
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At Beth Am Nov. 25
. Am'i P.. i
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Father-Child Dinner in-- W<
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rving s cha
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at C p.m.
( bildren attending the Father-
Child dinner can be of -ith< \
an "Father For th-- Night" group to
escort fatherless children to this
pauty. see that they enter into all
activities, and thin see them safe-
ly home at no cost.
Families who requite the serv-
i' -fa foster "Father For the
Night" are ask d to contact the
tempi.-. The Brotherhood will
make a'l the arrangements.
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n with Is
ttM support of I '
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127th Birthda>'
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Jack Kir-
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Cancer League Membership
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Arthur K irwitz, Richard
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Roth. Sidney Bitter. S
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Mn, Adeie Anvi. Malcolm I
N _-. Bert Brown, Howard N>u
p iul Seidi rm in, S dm n. J.
coph J- Henry, Jos -ph M
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Flora Sinick. Al Golden, B
Langberg, Cbt Boss,;;.
Teitelbaum, Ruth Wall r, H, ,
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t'Jen'isli Fhridflan
Page 3-B
Zadok Histadrut
Banquet Speaker
j Z lok, chairman i
. For
i v Committee n ic
HAYIM J. ZADOK
P irli iment.) will bo the
speaker at the annual
of the Israel Histadrut
: South Florida Nov. 29
tin ibleau Hotel, Miami
:
Thr nquel will celebrate the
23rd inniversary of the United
- resolution of Nov. 29. 1947.
whii'h voted for the partition of
ind the establishment
of a Jewish state. The state, named
was proclaimed May 14,
1948.
Dr. Michael Sossin, president of
the Israel Histadrut Council, who
made the announcement of Mr.
Zadok's icceptance, said the event
will highlight a community-wide
dgn to raise Sl.000.000 for
S lUth Florida Medical Center
In Beershcba, capital of Israel's
Ni i r [ion.
! in Kronish, national
ird of the Amer-
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Mr. Charles LeMaster
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Mr. ','. id' ik, .. MCj ter of
ce and Industry in the
Israel Cabinet, has been named a
member of the Israel delegation
to the United Nations. A former
deputy attorney general of the
State of Israel, he arrived in Pal-
atine 35 years ago, at the age
of 22, and is a graduate of the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem's '
School of Law.
Under the British mandate, he
was an officer in the Hacanah. |
which later formed the nucleus of
Israel's army in the 1018-1949;
Wai of Independence.
Mr. Zadok compiled a brilliant \
record during that struggle, com-;
manding Haganah forces in the I
critical defense of Tel Aviv. Ho
then was named to the Judge Ad-
vocate General's office in the Is-
rael Defense Forces, where he
drafted the legislation for the
armed forces.
From that post ho was trans-
ferred to the Ministry of Justice.
and rose to the position of 11
Genera] before being elected to'
the Knesset in 1939.
His activities in behalf of Hista-
drut. which provides for the medi-
cal care of more than 82'; of Is-
rael's Jews and more than TO'.' of
the total [x>pulation. have included
a 19ti0 mission to the United States
in behalf of the Israel Histadrut
Campaign.
The Nov. 29 dinner will be one
of the principal functions in the
United States commemorating the
23rd anniversary- of the U.N. reso-
lution which gave birth both to
Israel and the Middle Fast crisis
which has persisted to this date.
R. I. C!ub Electing Slate
Irving Conn, pn sidenl of the
Rhode Island C\\ih of Gl
Miami, has announced thai its an-
i
s will be h lay at
7 in the W
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Guest Speaker At
Beth Am Breakfast
Harold Malln, President of Be h
\m's Brotherhood, has announced
thai i r the Temple's
kfast, to be
Hall Sui
rill toe Pal
Jr., conti head
ii[ the i hi \
Dade County.
.-.'..I. i o'ueated
In schools In New ark, al Si to
Hall University and ?.I mtclair
State Teachers College, Mr. Tor-
nillo has continued his formal ed-
ucation at the University of Miami
and Barry College.
After serving in the Pacific The-
atre in World War II, ho entered
the puhlie relations field in New
York City before turning to teach-
ing, a profession he has been con-
corned with ever since.
Mr. Tornillo, a resident of Mi-
ami since 1956, became active in
the Dade County Classroom Teach-
ers' Association, and rose swiftly
through the ranks to become its
president. His success may be
gauged by the fact that the Dade
County CTA is the largest local
professional association of its kind
in the nation, with over 7,500 mem-
bers.
From the start of his profes-
sional career, Tornillo"s interests
have included changing needs of
our society. He has become a fight-
er for equal rights and justice: a
leader in upgrading the teaching
profession; and a persuasive ad-
vocate of the quality education for
all children.
Pat Tornillo ran for the Florida
House of Representatives under
the auspices of the Democratic-
Party. While he was unsuccessful,
he made a great impression on |
the community, and it is pre-1
dieted that more will be heard
from Pat Tornillo in the future. '
The public is invited to attend
the breakfast event. Reservations ,
may be made by mail, or by call-
Ing the Temple office.
Tne c'ficers and board of directors oi il^'YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami and other community leaders honored Mi-
chael A. Katz, Miami's Israeli Community Youth Consultant,
prior to his recent departure for Israel. Bidding him "Sha-
lom" (from left to right) are Ed Lustig, vice president; Jack
Katzman president; Mr. Katz, and Milton Balsam corres-
ponding secretary.
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the lAJoman s lAJorld
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r/ember6, 1970
Page SB
Liza Minnelli Starring In
\CJW Benefit Dec. 6th
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, ictre8S, will perform in
it Miami Beach Conven-
UIA MINNtLU
It Sunday, Dec. 6, at 8 p.m.
I in :. for the National Coun-
|i Women's Greater Mi-
I
M.-s Hi, daughter of the
unforgettable Jurty Garland, will
aid the group in their fund-raising
efforts to help the blind: some
monies raised by the benefit will
also .;<> t i other community work
of the group.
During her one-night i>erform-
ance here, Miss Minnelli will work
with a p ol suppoi I ing enter-
'rs and a mil orchestra, per-
mitting her to ghou off her many,
faceti ;1 talents.
Miss Minnelli w is nominated for
the Acad-my Award for Best Ac-
tress for her performance in "The
Sterile Cuckoo." and received unan-
imous critical acclaim for her work
in the film. That performance also
won her the Italian equivalent of
the "Ocsar," and the David Dona-
tello Award for Best Foreign Ac-
tress of the Year. Otto Preminger's
"Tell Me That You Love Me. Junie
Moon," in which she had a starring
role, has just recently been re-
leased.
Miss Minnelli made her Briad-
way dehut in "Flora, the Red Men-
ace," and won the theatre's cov-
eted Antoinette Perry (Tony)
Award at the age of 19.
Tickets for her Dec. 6 perform-
ance in Miami Beach Convention
Hal! may be obtained through the
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en's office.
Youth Problems Is
Sisterhood's Topic
On W" dnesday Nov. is. at n
a.m.. the Sisterhood of Temple
.ludea will enjoy a luncheon fol-
lowed by a distinguished panel
diseussinr; 'Problems of Youth
Today."
Panelists will be Dr. Albert Jas-
low, noted psychiatrist; Pat Mur-
phy, editor of the Coral Gables
Times Guide; atid Judge Donald
Stone, senior judge of the Juvenile
and Domestic Relations Court..
Moderator will be GoraT2f1?o?an,
criminal defense attorney, and for-
mer Chief Prosecutor .of capital
crimes for the State Attorney'.-
Office.
Members and eaiests are wel-
come. Mrs. Fred Kleiner will ar-
range reservations.
Cancer League's Annual
Luncheon Set For Dec. 15
r
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12th annual luncheon of
'n's Cancer League of
I ii. "The Subject is
c -liairman Mrs. Abe
i iii Mrs. Melvyne Som-
have mnouncetl.
'- < will hold its annual
ion Dec. 13 at the Fontaine-
Hotel for its traditional pur-
to i-sist the organization in
Wometco Theatres
A TRIUMPH!"
their commitments to Mount Siani
Hospital's Tumor Clinic.
Over $300,000 has been provided
to Mount Siani since the organiza-
tion's inception for the purchase
of vital equipment in the preven-
tion and treatment of cancer. This
year, in addition to the purchase of
a Linear Accelerator, the group
has pledged itself to obtain a Ther-
mography Unit. The purpose of this
Unit is to assist the physician in
the detection of cancer and vas-
cular diseases through tempera-
ture information.
Mrs. Michael Bright, president,
emphasized that proceeds from
this year's luncheon will go di-
rectly towards the purchase of this
new piece of outstanding equip-
ment. Sponsor chairman Mrs. Al-
exander Libow explained. "Spon-
sors underwrite the costs of the
luncheon in order that all tickets
for the affair itself may become
complete donations." Anyone In-
terested in l>econiing a Sponsor is
urged to call Mrs. Libo'v.
A highlight of the afternoon's
im "ill be -;i outstanding
I shii n show by M trtha's.
["he < tee also promises a
. ;hi i". d 'i prizes and
>rs,
Beth David Lecturer Is
Dr. Trude Weiss-Rosmarin
Dr. Trude Weiss-Rosmarin will
bo the second speaker in the Con-
tinuing Jewish Kducation program
at Beth David Congregation, it has
been announced. Her lecture on
"Women's Liberation: A Jewish
View," exploring the legal and
sociological factors which affect
the Situation and status of Jewish
women, especially in Israel, will
begin at S p.m. Sunday in Spector
Hall.
Dr. Weiss-Rosmarin. the author
of a numlx-r of books, is national-
ly prominent as a lecturer and
writer. She graduated from New
York University's School of Arts
and sciences, and has served as
scholar-in-residenco on the facul-
ties of numerous colleges and uni-
versities. She has traveled exten-
sively in Europe. Russia and Israel,
and is in great demand as a week-
end and Kalla lecturer.
North Bay Village Jewish
Center Installs New Slate
Officers and board members of
the North Bay Village Jewish Cen-
ter were installed by Judge Milton
A. Friedman at its first installa-
tion dinner and dance in the Se-
ville Hotel last weekend. The
temple, which is now entering its
second year of existence, now has
a membership of 360.
Officers installed included David
S. Kumble, president: Samuel
Sheppard, board chairman; Shel-
don Geller. Harry Michael. George
Reiter and Sam Sevin. vice presi-
dents; Irving Friedman, secretary;
Mae Kat/, ci i responding secre-
tary; Herman Haber. financial
secretary; Louis Kramer, treasur-
er and Gladys Sable, Sisterhood
presidi i I,
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Also in private practice for Individual and Marriage
Counseling.
FOR APPOINTMENT CALL 226-4823
When the Yeshiva Day School Women launched its charter
membership drive at a gala get-acquainted luncheon in the
Ycung Israel Social Hall, North Miami Beach. Rabbi Beret
We:n addressed 95 women who attended on the impor-
tance cf supporting the first Hebrew Day School established
in North Dade. Members of the membership committee in-
cluded, from left, (seated) Mrs. Jacob Chernofsky, president,
Mrs. Stuart Gross, chairman, and Mrs. David Waiman;
(standing) Mrs. Harold Bailyn, Mrs. Ted Goldsmith, Mrs. Sol
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Friday, November 6, 1970
-Jm-isti nrrScfann
Pag 5 7-B
Abraham Grunhut
Is JNF's Honoree
IVbraham Grunhut, prominent
';;1,lKll and linguist, will bo
al a dinner sponsored
" ,;., j v ish National Fund
... Greater Miami in the
inobkau Hole! Wednesday,
i i'.. ii lias been announced.
.; i ii St. John, the author of
18 books, will be the goes)
I he event, which is
,,,! to begin ai 6:30 p.m.
St. John is currently working
rraphy <>f Israel's For-
Abl a Eban.
served in the Is-
Vi m-i as an intelligence off!-
: foi-e he emigrated to the
Ho has traveled ex-
5ivil.< and speaks eight Ian-
s ii eluding Arabic.
Mr, Grunhut, a vice president or
, u shington Federal Savings
.,, i Association, is a past
I, nt ol the Zionist Organiza-
Salomon Yiiken Is
Dinner Chairman
A committee of leading .Ii w Ish
Cuban residents is < implcting
plans for the annual Cuban-He-
State
brew bracl Dinner of
take place Sunday. Nov. 15, at tin
Kontainebleau Hotel.
Serving as chairman of the din-
ner will be Salomon Yuken, dyna-
mic young busin ssman emigrated
from Castro's Cuba. Honorarj
chairmen are Rabbi Dov fiozenc-
A'aig, Herman Helsler, Isaac Sil-
bucberg, Rafael Krvec, Naum
I! '.< nand Simon Shaftal.
Mr and Mrs. i; >rui h Shame i,
beloved I1'.: for Israel in the
.' \\ I ih mmunity >( < ireat-
. or Miami as they had been for
i ars in Cuba will be the
rocipii nts of I of I n ai I
i Award al the dinner. The
award will be conferred upon
1 ih< m bj His Excellency, Jacob
Barm.re, Minister Plenipotentiary
al the United Nations. Ambassador
Barmorc will also be the guest
speaki r at the dinner.
Mr. Yiiken noted that indica-
tions point to a dinner this year
which will lx' the most outstand-
ing since these events were initial
three years ago. "We expect
this year's dinner to be very suc-
cessful for Israel Bonds and a
very happy event for everyone
who attends," he said.
The dinner at 6:.">0. will be
preceded by a champagne recep-
tion at l>:00 o'clock
Late Services Begin In Local Synagogues
ABRAHAM GRUNHUT
i in Miami Beach;
vice president of the
1 rial Fund and chair-
r i ii i Miami Zionist
n il. He is a mem-
rnti rnational, the
k>. B'nal B'rith
rah.
British Minister
Claims Statement
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Local synagogues beginning late
Friday evening services this week
Will include:
Beth Kodesh Congregation, 1101
SW 12th Ave.. where Rabbi Max
j Shapiro and Cantor Ben Diekson
I will officiate as the lOtli series
begins at 8:15 p.m.
The first late Friday evening
services at Temple Emanu-El will
be dedicated as "Family Worship
Night." The service will begin at
8:30 p.m. in the main sanctuary,
u iih i ant a v.\ i Adler chanting
the liturgy, assisted by the temple
Ir muter the direction of
Shmuel Fershko.
The first late Friday evening
services of the new season \\ill
b. gin at 8:15 p.m. in Temple Me-
norah. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will officiate; Cantor Nico f
man will chant i he lituri v
ing in be ih.
i i under t
il Howard Ni i.
Ta nid \\ ill honor
: Hei man L. Sh iw
prayers ol thanksgiving for
return to the synagogue after
a Ii ngthy illness Friday evening at
I irst late scrvlci s >< Hie si ason.
The temple's refurbished pulpit
will also be dedicated during the
8:15 p.m. services conducted by
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual
Ii adi r, with the assistance of Can-
tor Edward Klein and the temple's
choir.
Sophie Primak To Addreis
Season's 1st Forte Forum
When Forte Forum begins its
third si ason al i a.m. Tin sday in
the audil i m al I 00 Wi si Ave..
B< ach, Sophie Primak will
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Sex (oi 'Yo i'vi i !om
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socioted Rgso;. Hotels
Appoints Advertising Ajjency
The
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iiiciated tesoi t Hot, !s. Inc..
been announced bj Mi 11 is
Lansburgh, president ol the As-
sociatt d group.
Fcr the fifth live year,
Saul Silberman, .t ol
Tropical Park tao and
a trustee of Cedurs cl Lebanon
Hospital, will serve as chair-
man of the hospital's Anniver-
sary Bali and Dinner Dance
Dec. 12 al the Fontcinsbleau
Hotel, Hospital president Harry
L. Lewis has armounc ;d. Mr.
Silberman endowed the 6th
fleer Pavilion at Cedars
called "The Saul and Lillian
Silberman Pavilion").
When the former Miss Anna Marshall, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Marshall of Rockaway. Long Island, N.Y., be-
came the bride of Stephen H. Corner, president of the Corner
Bank of Miami Beach, Saturday night, Oct. 17, the guiet
ceremony, attended by the couple's closest friends, was held
at the Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood. They are shown watch-
ing Racbi Irving Lehrman of Temple Emanu-El perform the
bread cutting ceremony after the wedding. The couple spent
their honeymoon in New York and the Caribbean Islands,
and are now occupying their newly-constructed home in
Coconut Grove.
Pizza Party Is For I'aicl-Up Members
The Temple Zion Mr. and Mis.
Club will hold a Pizza Party for
its paid-up membership at the
In.me of Dr. and Mrs. Seymour
Bieser Saturday evening. Officers
serving this club, which is active
in many social and cultural events
throughout the Near, include Mr.
and Mrs. David Sokol, Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin Horrovitz, Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin Brazcr, Mr. and Mrs
Donald Matlin, Mr. and Mrs. Mai
shall Schweitzer end Dr. and Mrs.
Jordan Matlin.
iSP^MW^-*. tHf*-3V3M*SJWH ~jr
Temple Zion's Sisterhood, which
MAR-PARV.
KOSHER & taRVE
MARGARINE
De//c/Qvs)ynJjtmsfies.
holds slimnastics classes in th.
emple's social hall each W'ednes-
lay at 10:15 a.m.. has announced
that articles tor its annual rum-
mage sale at the Nov. 16 Trop-
icaire Swapmeet, must Ik- in ham
bi lure the Swapmeet starts.
WANTED
s
to rrcd Torah, willing to live in
area. Call Mr. Picus between 8:30
a.m. and 9 a.m. 444-8562. A:isr-s
Imes Cong., 2533 S.W. 19th Ave.,
Miami, Fla. 33145.
WOMAN SEEKS
SOCIABLE LADY COMPANION
to share her lovel) Miami
Beach apartment. FREF loom
and board. Call 532-1186.

otion Plus, with offices In
\i w Yeik City, will handle all ad-I
Vi rtising for the nine hotels in the j
Ass* ciat< dR sect Hotels organiza-.
tlon, Mr. Lansburgh said. Member
hotels are the Deauvllle, Slurry
FTontenaC, Casablanca. Crown.
Eden Fioc and saxony h it Is in
Miami Bi ai h, and King's Ii n and
Goli Club, plus the [ntemationa1
Hotel (opei ing IN c. 201 in i
pan ,,. ...... Meiii.-ii, ciMir- '
OT illiani Chiien, president. IP***! Grand Bahama island.
Massachusetts Club Elects
':'n of of leers will take
1,1' >' sful"r meeting of
C bo< Greater
t r.m. Thursday,
'he Bei Aire II del,
Miami Beach.
ervatlons for
I dinner, should
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WHO IS THAT?
In the middle of Joan and David Miller's liv-
ing room was a huge enlargement of a picture
taken of Helen and Jack Segal 23 years ago on
r wedding day. Jack was wearing his army
uniform and Helen was :n her white wedding
{awn, (you should have seen it: > The Segals
flipped and bo did all of their friends who had
he M'Ucrs to join in an anni-
\ > eel oration. Everything was in blue and
white m m Wing bells and
Jean I who waited on her
: ; no loubt in a state
oi -:. 8 robably said to her family
that night dy cai isked for
The Vni ten .. Waltz by Lawrence W<
Thej played thai old :.\. iritc and the Segals
ed to Ever} eed; I no Mashed
Potat i or in} o( the "glamoroua" dances of to-
il u a era when the Sej -
m re Dorsey i e: irds and such.'
TTk rhe guest of honor
le gorgeous stui ither, Mrs.
t> .: n's mother Mrs.
bails and regalos
It was ,t great party. Among the people there
were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard K Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Edwards, Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence
West >n. Mr and Mrs. Lou Pilzer, Mr. and Mrs.
N mtan Sh p ro. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Friedman
. Mrs. M Al r imowitz.
The tent, a'.so blue and white, was still up
when Jean Uid David had a "'Left-
Over'- party. It was fun and this time they had
their own friends, il wonder if they knew that
it was a "Left-Over" party. 1 Everything was the
- in .: I there was again loads to drink and eat.
Guests at this party were Gone and Leonard Salo-
mon. Jerry and Esther Sussman. Eddie and Ruth
Mansdorf, Harold and Betty Cole and Hy and
Anita Rotte.iberg. They had just as much fun as
the first gang.
NO MMBFRS IN THIS BINGO GAME
It was the most adorable shower for Helen
Sobel. daughter ot Mrs. Paul Sohel who will wed
Peter, the s >n Of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Kaplan
at Turkey Tune. The shower luncheon at the
Holiday Inn was hos'ed by Mrs. John Feller.
Mrs. Jennie Gordon and Mrs. Helen Hatz. Helen
in lavender knit with tiny tea roses on her
wrist. They played "Bride and Groom Bingo."
i In;- numbers the little squares said.
"Walking up the Aisle." 'Carry over the thres-
aces
hold." 'The Preacher," and other expressions
concerning love and marriage; everything but
divorce.)
Ironically enough, the groom's mother and
the bride's mother each won a prize. But the
three hostesses were smart enough to give the
groom's grandmother, Mrs. Philip Woinstein. a
consolation prize. The other grandma. Mrs. Reba
Field, better hurry.home from New York; she's
missing a lot or parties. The presents were most
clever. One unusual one was given by the bride's
sister, Marc;-. (Mrs. MeH Hecht I' was a wicker
!! ;,> Chest which can lv used for all kinds of
!;! tlvngs besides dreams.
A HUGE SUCCESS!
Mother's 90th birthday party was a woi
ful !..... Imagine, no; isking a soul but just
putting .! ;.i the papei and 'lie house was |us1
ja nmed. Now I am going to do something terri-
ble. Everyday I wrote or called to I y thank you
to the hundreds of people who rememberi I
M rther but I did everything according to plan. I
only wrote or called five people a day. Come the
25th <: October and I threw away every remain-
card or name: that is the living end of the
th ink-you'a S > thank you all from Mother. J<
Shirley and me. If you want to th;nk that I'm a
little "different" you can.
IT WAS FIRSTS SIXTY-FIFTH!
Allen H. First celebrated his 65th birthday at
a party in the Belle Plaza. 20 Island Ave.. re-
cently. His wife. Sylvia, and their daughters and
sons-in-lawDr. and Mrs. Allen Baumal and Dr.
and Mrs. William Cooper, helped him celebrate
the occasion. A number of friends and relatives
were also present to share in the festivities, in-
cluding Mr. and Mrs. Barry Kutun. Mr. and Mrs.
Rubin Kutun. Mr. and Mrs. Paul N'otowitz. Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd Kranz. Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Siff. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Firsenbaum. Mr. and
Mrs. Hy Kreiger. Mr. and Mrs. George Wciscn-
baum and Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Schlissel.
SHE KEPT MUM
Edith Monot, who serves as executive secre-
tary' 'o Morris Lansburgh. president of the Asso-
ciated Resort Hotels, with headquarters at the
Eden Roc Hot.M, was married to Paul DuBois. a
retired U.S. naval officer, July 18 in Fort Lau-
derdalc. She kept it very quiet, though. No one
knew about it until the last of October.
Oholei Torah Women's Tea
To Serve A Dual Purpose
The tea scheduled to be held by
lohclei Torah Women in the home
ol Mrs. Pearl Kolko, chairman of
its presidium, at 1 p.m. Tuesday
will serve a dual pur|>ose: the an-
nual membership-installation event
will provide an opportunity to wel-
come new members and introduce
i others to the goals of the organi-
zation which helps to support the
scholarship fund of the educational
Instituti founded fiw years ago.
( ffici rs for tin coming year will
bf installed, with Rabbi Sh
D. Lipskar, principal of (
Toiah officiating at the a remony.
The presidium b stalled
I includes Mis. Hyman Kolko, Mis.
V.. nashe Hirsch ami Mrs. Gimple
Mrs. Sholom l.ifehetz
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Si>terhoo The Sist rh t of Temple Beth
E3, Hollywood, is putting the final
tcuches n its Market Day Bazaar.
vnieh will I Sunday. Nov.
' :-. im 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the
Bl S. 14th Ave.. (near
Rodman Street i where paily deco-
rated booths will be filled with
handmade items, watches, radios.
linens, flowers, baked goods, gift
Items, stationery, books, records
'Market Day Bazaar'
rummage and white elephants. A
coffee shop and hot dog stand will
also be provided.
Mrs. Melvin Freedman is chair-
man of Market Day and Mrs. Sey-
mour Shafran. co-chairman: Mrs.
Jay Joslin is in charge of decora-
tions; Mrs. Daniel Greenfield and
Mrs. Mac Fass of posters and fly-
ers, and Mrs. David Friedberg is
finance chairman.
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Mrs. Nat Miller. B'nai B'rith
consultant, will be guest speaker
at the membership luncheon to be
held by Sky Lake Chapter 1338 in
the Forum Recreation Bldg., NE
14th Avenue and 191st Street, at
12:30 p.m. Tuesday. Serving as the
chairmen of this special event are
Mrs. Irwin Bloomfield and Mrs
Abel Dall.
!
FLOWERS by 1
Eye Diseases Discussed
An outstanding ophthalmologist
will speak about eyes and eye dis-
eases at the luncheon meeting of
the Rhoda M. Levine Chapter.
Fight For sight League of Greater
Miami in the Fontainebleau Hotel
Tuesday noon.
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JANICl 8. HNH
Finns Announce Janice
Is Fngaited to Mark Gold
Mrs. Natalie Finn of Miami and
Irving M. Finn of North Miami
announce th engagement of their
r'auchter, Janice Robin, to Mark
Gold, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mover Gold of Fort Loo. N.J. and
Hollywood.
Janice, a Miami Norland High
School graduate, is attending the
University of Florida in Gaines-
ville! where she is a member ol
AJnha Epsilon Phi sorority.
Mark, a member of Sigma Alpha
Mu fraternity, will graduate from
Washington University. St. Louis.
Mo. in January, and will enter
medical school nevt fall.
The wedding will take place in
Juno.
stalled as membi ; s
visory Hoard: chain
lode Mis. Abraham Ku
B> k; Mrs. VII
public K lations; Mrs
Mayberg and Mrs. Al
gram; Mrs. m, rias
membership and Mi
Kolko. life membei -
Junior Auxiliary's
'Day At The Races'
Dec. 1 At Tropical
Mrs. Jay Rechtsch J
lent :>f the Junior j
Douglas Girdens (Je ]
the Aced> renoris th I
"Day at the Races"
Tuesday. Dec. 1. at T
The commit too re]
largo number of tick' I
ready been sold for I
event to which men
friends of the organ
forward each year.
Arrangements Id plrfc
desiring to eo to Trop'cal Parkl
| bus on that dav. are b*ine ma
members of the committ.
Information and ticket? ?.re|
available through Mrs
Prankel, Audrey Edi Mis
, Rena Stein and Mrs. Ja;
I soh.iffer.
Hope School Benefit
Proceeds from the premiere
showing of "The Unexpected Mrs.
Po'lifav" starring RosMind Rus-
sell, in the Sheridan Theatre at
8 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 10. will go
to benefit the Hoi*? School, it has
I* ;; announced.
Lorber Chapter To Hold
5th Annual 'Family Day'
Lorber Chapter of th
Asthma Research Insi lute in
Hospital at Denver v. j
fifth annual Family [
at Policeman's Park 2 V N'W 14fJ
St.
Activities viU begin I -' a,a
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Friday. November 6, 1970
Je*istincrkikm
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Miami Chapter Of Hadassah Groups' Schedule Is Varied
yra Morris M. Herman, prrsi-
rinl f the Miami Chapter of Ha-
itttah, has announced a varied
schedule of activities for the 18
Hips comprising the chapter.
1 programs scheduled for November
bj thesi groups will include:
Kin Kerem. Star Lakes Auditn-
i ,.. Tuesday. A film on Israel
fji, |. hi ananged by Mrs. Gcr-
lnKte rjashman, presidi nt.
Elrnimr RntwovHt, MHi-!.en |V,,S a riitorium Monday, l p.m.
v, di monstration of small
the Florida Power &
Light Company.
KadimahMonday. A Paid-up
Membership Luncheon and musical
program with Mrs. Maxwell Weis-
berg as guest speaker.
Mt. Scopus- Mrs. Monica Kng-
ler. president, will introduce the
guest speaker, attorney Paul Kiv-
itman, who will speak on Israel.
Mettoroh, Coral Gables Women's
Club, Monday 11:30 a.m. lunch-
eon, with Mrs. Mo;ton Silbcrman,
a past president of the Florida
Region, speaking on Youth Aliyah.
Masada. 14001 NW 7th Ave.A
month-long rummage sale, from
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.
Ramah, New Horizons, Monday i
noon Youth Aliyah luncheon and |
fashion show with Mrs. Tillie Pe-
' ki Iner as guest speaker.
Torali. Pythian Hall. 4601 W.
Flagler St.. Monday noonAnnual
Youth Aliyah luncneon rally with
a description u; her recent trip to
Israel by Mrs. Louis Goldman, and
i fashion show by Lucia of Mir-
acle Mile to complete the after-
noon event.
Hadassah Groups Schedule Meetings In Miami Beach
ic i I lhapter of Hadas-
- scheduling meetings
. I activities during the
. include:
l. i' (ioodman Qroopi which
ilar n* ctlng In the
Fcdi ral at \J'M Wash-
tliami B> ach, Sunday
.i-.i i.. man i nai m r Is
I
r,. llurlior Group will hold its
chet n meeting at the
II nei Monday at 11:30
i Esthei Tyson will speak
sh Writers and Their
Iical li ihntion to the Field of
: Mis Solomon B. Mar-
lipora (fibber Will Be
Shlomo Caplan*$ Bride
Mr. and Mis, Yale Gibber oi
Y. announce the en-
nt ol (heir daughter. Zlpora,
to Shlomo Caplan, the s.>n of
I Mrs. Jonah E. Caplan
: Sk> Lake Synagogue, North
Mian Be ich.
The bride-elect is a student at
Community College; her
fiance is in his senior year at Ncr
Israel I College, Toronto,
The bidding is scheduled to
Dec. 21. in New York
City.
JGwen Sphatt, Elliott Ever
I Planning Nov. 26 Wedding
Mr an ; Mrs. Murrie Sphatt, 892"
|Abbott Vvenue, Miami Beach, an-
Inouncc the engagement of their
| n. to Elliott Ever, the
J.-nni>f Ral bi Dr. Isaac Hirsch Ever,
I Israel Hebrew Insti-
I' v le ich.
A N' 26 wedding is bein';
Manned; the ceremonies will take
thi Sea Gull Hotel, Miami
Peach,
golis is president.
A movie entitled "What's New
In Hadassah" will be shown by
Sydney Kane of the Mercantile
National Hank Monday noon at
the regular meeting of the Israeli
Group in the Algiers Hotel. Mrs.
Philip Kaplan is president
Florence Barth will be the gural
speaker at the regular monthly
meeting Of Forte Towers Group ill
the Auditorium of the 1200 Wesi
Ave. Bldg. Monday at 1 p.m. The
| president of the group is Pauline
Lessem.
Lincoln Croup will hold its reg-
ular monthly meeting in the Lin-
coln Club Rooms Monday at 12:30
p.m. Rabbi David Raab, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Raphael,
will be gUCSt speaker; special mil- .
sical entertainment will be pro-!
vided by soloist Mrs. Harry Spec-
tor, with Mrs. Maurice Shaw at
, the piano. Ann Levy is the group's
. president.
Mrs. Clara Landy will review
"The Fixer" at the Kstlicr Group's
regular monthly luncheon meet! .
Mi nday noon in the Del Aire Ho-
tel. Mrs. Michael Feinstein is the
president of the group.
"Dave and His Singing Saxo-
w ;ll be !'. atun d at the reg-
ular luncheon meeting of ghaloma
Group in the Algiers Hotel Tues-
day no in, Presid ml i- M s. Irvin
Shapiro.
The 8ophle rueker Group wil
held a luncheon and card party al
the Coastal Towers Wednesday at
no-n. Proceeds will go towards the
pin chase of a "Pacemaker." Mrs.
Jean Feinberg is president.
A bus trip to Key West with
plenty oi time allowed to explore
the island -has been planned by
the I. R. Goodman B&P Gioup of
Hadassah on Armistice Day. Per-
sons interested in making this tour
should contact Sylvia Rubel or
Rae Gold.
'\' Women Sponsor Annual
Scholarship Game Night
bin Tobias, Donald Lloyd
Sefiune 20 Wedding Dale
Mr. and Mrs. Lenny Tobias of
B9220 NW 5th Ave.. have an-
nounced the engagement of their
[daughter, i: .bin, to Donald Lloyd,
l"lf 'I Mi. and Mrs. David
py,l. 2025 \W 183rd St.
I Jh' h is set June 23 as
Heir wedding date: the ceremony
I led iled to take place at Beth
IToimIi Congregation in North Mi-
ami Beach.
MAR-PARV.
KOSHER & PARVE
MARGARINE
p"ts kick,in your kasha.'
The YM-YWHA of Greater Mi-
ami, 8500 SW 8th St., will be the
scene of the "Y' Women's Annual
Scholarship Games Night Satur-
day. Nov. 21, at 8:30 p.m.. Jack
Katzman, president, has announ-
ced. The event is sponsored by the
"Y" Women, a group of individuals
dedicated to the YMHA and to
community projects.
Mrs. Sandy Bochner, president of
the "Y Women said. "This years
Scholarship Games Night prom-
ises to bo the biggest and best
ever held. Through the efforts ol
"Y" members and others in the
community, this endeavor pro-
vides Scholarship funds that make
it possible for many needy young-
sters to participate in "Y" pro-
grams and to have the use of "Y"
facilities.-'
Exotic prizes, hotel weekends,
gourmet dinners, appliances, mer-
chandise and special unique gifts
will be featured at the event. The
general chairman is Thelma Al-
bert; committee members include
Mrs. Murray Goldberg, Mrs. Stan-
ley Dansky, Mrs. Lee Shapiro,
Mrs. David Gonshak. Mrs. Ben
I Stone, Mrs. Lou Zcger, Mrs. Jack
; Starkman, M.s. ....an Lciter, Mis.
| Max Erdheim, Mrs. Hilda Brinncr.
Mrs. Bernard Berger, Mrs. Alan
j Meyers. Mrs. Nat Aaronson and
Mrs. Edward Gordon.
The Games Night, which wil'
be held in the Main Ballroom, is
! open to "Y" members, their fam-
ilies, friends and the public. Tick
ets are now on sale at the "Y" of-
1 lice or may be purchased from
i any member of the "Y" committee.
Single Parents Dance
Single, widowed or divorced
: men and women between the ages
' ol 25 and 48 are invited to attend
j the dance sponsored by the Single
i Parents of Miami Beach in Nero's
I Nook at the Twelve Caesars Hotel,
, 949i) Collins Ave., Sunday from
8:30 p.m. to midnight. Price of
I admission includes one drink and
1 live music for dancing. The club
' will hold a Koffee Klatch at the
Skinny Shop. 298 Lincoln Rd.. al
8:30 p.m. Thursday. Nov. 12, for
members and guests.

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At the Jockey Club finalizing plans for "Second Tuesday "
a community education day to be held ct the Seville Ko'el
next Tuesday are members of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Women's Division. NBC's Sandar Vanocur will
be the quest speaker; an original film produced by the
Women's Division will also be shown. From left are Mrs.
Burton Levey, president of the Women's Division; Mrs. Milre
Sumberg chairman of the day; Mrs. Irving Wexler, mod-
erators chairman and Mrs. Herbert Malhes, Program chair-
man.
Three girls from Miami Beach High School, all members of
P'nena Chapter oi B'nai B'rith Girls, recently held a garage
sale which netted S200 for the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's 1970 Israel Emergency Fund campaign. Marvin (Mike)
Cooper, a Miami Beach resident and leader in Temple Beth
Shc'om's Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign, who had pledged to match what the girls had
raised, presented the Federation with his ch=ck for S3C0.
From left are, Vickie Meitus. Barbara Goldsmith. Robert P.
Forman, executive director cf the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, and Maria Tcwbin.
When the Hebrew Academy installed its officers for the
coming year at a recent luncheon in the Fontainebleau
Hotel, Mrs. Jacob -latz, past president. Heft) presented the
incoming president, Mrs. Leonard Adler, with the president's
gavel.
Mrs. Max Kem was installed for a second term as president
of the Miami Beach Chapter, Women's Division; American
Society for Technion during recent ceremonies at the Eden
Roc Hotel. She is shown with U-M Prof. Seymour B. Lieb-
man, guest speaker and installation ofiicer, and Mrs. Milton
Sirkin, who served as chairman of the day.


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November 6, 1970
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Page 11-3
enneth Rosen Elected By Bureau's Classes h
i ^, t> Adult Hebrew Begin
Miami Board Uj Realtors
nneth r>- Rosen, the president i obtaining his degree In Marketing
,.,..,- Miami Realty, Inc.. and
sul.si.liar>-, Greater Miami
and Finance from Boston Univer-
sity. He is a member of the Flor-
ida Association of Realtors, the
National Association of Real Es-
tate Brokers, and the National In-
stitute of Farm and Land Brokers.
Mr. Rosen, a 32nd degree Mason,
is also active in Jewish civic and
charitable affairs. He is a member
of Temple Israel of Greater Miami.
He and his wife, the former Pa-
tricia Olsen of Miami, are the
parents of three boys and three
girls.
Other Miami Board of Realtors
olii." b lected were Richard A.
Mueller, first vice president; Rose
Gordon, second vice president;
Phillip A. Thomas, secretary, and
Muriel (>. Vetti r, treasurer.
Jerome Bain. William Brest,
Rose Gordon, Joseph M. Kolisch
and Tid Pappas were also named
t" serve three-year terms as di-
rectors, The Board's new officers
and directors will be installed at
Adult Hebrew courses will be-
gin at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education offices,
j 940 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach,
I Leonard Zilhert, Bureau president,
i has announced. One may register
j there in advance, or during Jhe
I first session Tuesday.
The courses, being conducted on
( three levels Beginners. Interme-
, diate and Advanced will consist
of ten two-hour sessions ill each of
two semesters.
The Hebrew classes for adults
i arc offered by the Bureau as part
of its Hebrew Ulpan series, which
it has provided for the past 12 |
years. The Ulpan program empha-
sizes practical and conversational
Israeli-Hebrew. In addition to the
regular texts, mag izines, Israeli
newspapers and records are used.
The staff ..I the Hebrew Ulpan
includes Zvi Berber. Aron Ben-
KtSNUH 0. ROSIN
] natioi .1. Inc.. has
: to sii.v. I d Mrs. Mar-
i as president of the
j Vliami Board <>i
lias been announced.
i Mr. Rj s. n. who
| Vliami Realty in
.i! the boards of 12
rations actively
irida real .state bl-
ind is also active in
wal, land development
|ri building construction.
Mr. Rosi n came to Florida in
( I W'ildwood N.J.. where
in real < state since
lillcl Day School
a
an! Appointed
l >ay School's
\ ctors has been
i itive com-
nno inci d,
f .i fici i s include I >r.
i.i. nt; i :i, anor
| psidi ri; Morton
1 and Te.l Li i nor,
I lo servo tv o-year terms
rs ol Hi. board were
and Mrs. Harvey Baxter. Dr.
J. Mrs. Manuel Bergman, Dr.
I Mrs, Norman Bloom, Mr. and
Ki mi- th Calmenson, Mr.
Mrs Irving ("aimer. Mr. and
M.i i is Constantine, Dr. and
Joel Dennis, Mrs. Cyril Do-
ll' Dr, and Mrs. Lee Duffner, Mr.
' Mrs Do\ Dunaevsky, Mr. and
' Matthew lit linger. Mr. and
Frank Barber, Dr. and Mrs.
" Oilman. Dr. Martin N.
Mi. and Mrs. Howard
Dr. and Mrs. Charles
edman and Mr. and Mrs. Ben
[Abo Mr, and Mrs. Abraham J.
'"' : Mi and Mrs. Alvin
dnian. Mrs. Dorothy Gruen.
and Mis. Miiton Hornstein
Mrs, Louis Hymson, Dr.
ii ray Kane, Dr. and
J. B ii Zion Kirschenbaum, Mr.
" Mrs. Irving Kuttler, Dr. and
* Myles Kuttler. Mr, and Mrs.
rner, Mr. and Mrs. Morton
Mi. ..nd Mrs. Arthur
J[|. Mi. Israel Maude!. Mr. and
Rudolph Mann, and Mr. and
8y Mann.
"* Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mi'
[Mr. and Mrs. David Mtosna
Rev. and Mrs. Tibor Moses
a,l [" Mrs. Max Rothenberg, Mr.
Solomon Sandier. Dr.
Pw. Howard Sanford, Mr. and
, Iffel, Mr. and Mrs.
' Mrs. Miriam
and Mrs. Leonard
. and Mrs.
l". and \ ,... c;
[ S In-
r> n :;. !
a .1 .M.s. Arthur
and Mrs. William
Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
the Miami Springs Villas Dec. 11.1 Aron and Sholom Epelbaum.
Admission to the recent High Holy Day services at the Har-
bour House was by contribution to charitable organiza-
tions; a check for S2.400 was presented to the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's 1970 Israel Emergency Fi-nd campaign.
The services, held under the auspices of the Harbour House
Men's Club and the Harbour House Social Club, were con-
ducted by Julius Benway (right) and Bernard K. Herscher.
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Ir.FFREV LIPSITZ
n Jeffre. n the of
Mr- Jeannette Lipsitz and the late
Milton Lipsitz, becomes Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday morning. Nov. T. a*
Temple Zion. Rib; Norman H.
Shapiro will officiate and Canl
Richard S. Broad* u.il chant the
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Jef.'rev. ar. eighth eradr at
IVeal M'-.rr Junior High School.
plays c: Uo in the school o-chestra
:s active in Boy Scout Troop 4.
Mrs. Liositz will host the Onee
Shal I Priday night and the Kid-
lush following services Saturday
morning in her son's honor. Amon?
ts attending Jpf-
B Mitzvah will be his
Cohen.
BARRY HECHT
ry Joe'., son of Dr. and Mrs.
Hynrui Hecht. 4910 SW 90th Ct..
will iiecom- Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day mornir.5. Nov. 7. at Temple
Or Olom.
Bst>-. an e:ehth grade student
jt Glades Junior Hi?h School,
play- trumpet in the School bind.
He .s member of the tempVs
Bar Mitzvah cl"b and of Boy
Sck'I Trooo No. 86.
Dr. ind Mrs. Hecht will host the
Orteg Snabbat following th Fri-
day night services, the Kidd'ish
in th- temple following the services
9aturdf>T, and a reception and d:n-
ner in Barry's hono' at the Rova'.
Huntrarian Kosher Restaurant Sat-
urday evening.
Among the hono-ed rue*** veil'
be Barry's zrandparents. Mr. =>n-<
Mr- Har~v Fri^dma- a-d the I
Mrs. Samuel Hecht.
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Robert Doriman
Charles Burr
urday No*'. 7, at B* th Israel Con-
ition.
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funi High School, is a nv mbei
A its Student Council.
Sharing in tl* ties will b<-
CHARLES BURR
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KEVIN s< HAFFEL
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Joel is a mc-mb. 1 I> *h D.
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Dr. Irving I oW"
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Mr. and M-=. Ni-=:rn Morhaim
and Mrs. Judith Benrov. J -
-.: -dparents. will attend the cere-
monies.
ROSELVN SCHNIADOSKI
P.osc1>ti. the da'iphter of Mr.
and Mrs. Julio Schriadoski. will
heconv a Bat Mit?vah Fridav fve-
nine. Nov.. 6. at Temole Menorah.
Roselvn is a Student at the He-
brew Academy of Greater Miami,
where she is in the eighth grade.
The celebrant will be hrnored
at the Oncg Shabbat following the
servioes, and the occasion wi'l be
celebrated Saturday. Nov. 14. at
Temple Menorah, when a recen-
tion will be held for Roselyn and
her friends.
ROBERT DORFMAN
Robert Alan, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Merv.Ti J. Dorfman. will
celebrate his Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day mornine. Nov. 7. at Temple
Beth El. H-.lywood.
Robert is a student at John F.
Kennedy Junior High School,
where he is in the eighth grade.
The celtbrar.t's park's ,vi''
sponsor the Oneg Shabbat follow-
ing the Friday evening services in
honor of the occasion. Robert's
; maternal grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Charks Greenman of Holly-
wood, his paternal grandmother.
Mrs. Charles Dorfman of Miami
Beach. Mr. a.-.d Mrs. Mai tin Slifka
of Palm Beach, and Mr. and Mrs.
: 1 Tulin of West Orange, NJ.,
will be present for the festiv:- -
?ose.'yn ichniorfaski Jose Benrey
Mrs I N( meroff of Phila-
ia, Pa., who reo ntlj
i theii Golden W Iding An-
niversary.
i.WDRA SCHDfEK
Friday evening. Nov. 6.
the worship services at Beth
Torah Congregation. Sandra, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Schimek, will cclebiate her Bat
Mitzvah.
Histadrut's Yehoshua Lew
To Be Honored Here Nov. 19
STEVEN KINSLCB
.- Th >r. of Mr. an i Mrs
VI KinJJir, 8021 SW 36th T r Mrs. Hal
i me*Bar Mitzvah at Tern- Beach, wil
SCOTT XE MEROFF
Scott Sirr.cha. son of Mr. and
Nerr.eroff of Miami
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Mr. Levy, who directs the I y-
to-day operation of Histadrut in
which is a general federa-
tion of labor and the owner of
numerous factories, hotels, hos-
p.t kls and diversified int.
also beadi the American desk of
th- orzanization.
Consul Genera! Gi
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r. Miami to confer wit |
and local leaders of th !- i-i
Histadrut campaign I I
American Isra i Histadi .. |
da tion.
Mr. Levy has been ai I
of Zionist and H'^tacir..: nciesl
in Israel sir.ci- the establishment]
- the Jewish state, and ..- I
the foremost spokesmen : >r t.-.jj
United Labor Part
Kidnapped Rosenwasser h
Almost-Forgotten \ ictim
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spir-
itual leader of Temple Zion was
invited to deliver the invoca-
tion at the political rally held
by Fresident Richard M. Nixon
in Miami Beach Convention
Hall last week.
Orchestra's Kame Changed
At a special meeting of th*
Board of Trustees o! the South
a Youth Symphony orches-
the orchestra was renamed
the "Carmen Nappo Youth Sym-
phony." in memory of its talented
founder and conductor who passed
away J'.snf 15. Its firs; concert is
i Wednesday, ..t T:^0 p.m.
i- th Miami Rea^h Auditorium.
TEL AVIV (JTA1Nearly 11
months after he was kidna]
i>y Arab guerrillas in the dead of
night from his watchman's post at
Metullah. in Upper Galilee. 50-
year-o'.d Shmuel Rosenwasser has
become an almost forgotten vic-
tim of the deadly Middle Cast
struggle.
Efforts to secure his r
were overshadowed by the wave
lirline hijackings in September
and the >-:i |uent ti nse neg iti i
ti ins for the release of the n
300 passengers and crew mem-
bers held hostage by terrorists in
Jordan.
When Israel released two high
ranking Algerian nationals it had
detained last August when their
British airlines landed at Lyddfl
Mrs. Ida Rosenwasser said the
freeing of the Algerians raised
hopes she would soon see her hus-
band. But apparently there was
no exchange agreement.
Mrs. Rosenwasser, who -
newsmen In her thre -.
Kiryat Motzkin which th.'
lense Ministry pro\-ided aft -: he:|
husband's abduction, said the Rom
enwasser family is in a ; f
ment The Border Police c ntinueH
to pay her husband's mom I
ary. about $69, and it is
mented by a monthly granl :ror.|
the Metullah City Council but!
she Stiffen from a heart o>nd:-|
tion and needs medical treatmentr
Mrs, Rosenwasser's main il "'\
however, is her husband. Since M
was kidnapped last Jan. 1 she hiil
had only three tetters frw I
and one visit by a Red Cross ro?-|
res- nt itive, she lays.
Although Rosenwasser a >m>|
live of the Fl Fatah in JordaiT
Isr ..-! officially holds the I i
ese government responsible !-l
cause his kidnappers fr0"l
.nose territory. Th [
ment so far has publicly i |
t > negotiate with the
BRINO^HIS AL FOR 100 PERSONALIZED NAPKINS FREE
WITH EACH INVITATION ORDER
In boll "Jean Hariow" diess fcr their MGM
M vie Greets Masquerade") Ball in the
Fcutaineblecu Hotel Saturday are 12 o: the
13 marr.bers of the Deed Club, which sup-
ports the Children's Cancer Clinic at the
National Children's Cardiac Hospital through
their annual fund-raising event. From left to
right are Mrs. Sam Robinson, Mrs. Sydney
Moss, Mrs. Ben Levin. Mrs. Lestei
Mrs. Ncrma Klein. Mrs. Hexbe:'.
Mrs. Irving Miller, Mrs. Saul Ma
Al Pcdvin and Mrs. Norman Arkin. Mi '
lay and Mrs. Sheldon Spector are il
center; Mrs. Herman Haloorn is the a
member of the group, which is offe::
trip to Hollywood, Calif., as the grand

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November 6, 1970
+Je nisti MorSdHtcuri
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= [x>cal Resident Named Number Of Conservative
Converts Up 50 Percent
For National Award
]>. Schaplro, a Miami I peal and Bonds for Israel. He
P i. resident and Jewish com- >vns insti-umontal in establishing
! leader, has been named a the Oscar B. Schapiro Family Com-
munity Center in Jerusalem.
T. rah Umesorah provides a
j comprehensive program of sor-
, vice to the more than 100 Hebrew
| Day Schols throughout the United
States and Canada which combine
a full program of secular studies
rtith n ligloui instruction for Jew-
ish youth from kindrrgarn n
through thi' high school level.
OSCAR o. SCHAPIRO
thi 1970 Amu lim
ah '.'in. sorah, the
i i_, for Hebrew I >aj
I an announce-
b\ Samw 1 C. Feuer-
. Mass., pn sid r,i
| il i ;:.: Ml.
- lim Award, givi n each
lii g leaders in the
| j wish community who
di di< .'.:in and initia-
I Field ol Jew ish educa-
I f the Academy's Mor-
[ i ot Torah Umi sorah,
\ Nov. 15, in New
Guest honor at the dinner
til] tx Dr. Jos< ph Kaminetsky,
In Internationally known Jewish
nucator, who will be honored on
|io occasion of his 25th annivcr-
as national director of Torah
esorah.
[Mr. Schapiro, who lives at 1500
By Rd., is an active supporter of
national institution* in the
Listed States and in Israel. Cur-
|ent vici president of the Hebrew
the largest Hebrew
av School in Florida, offering a
ombineil program of Hebrew and
Scneral Studies Mr. Schapiro
llso has s. i m .I as treasurer and as
|hairman of the Academy's Mor-
glfe Redemption Committee. In
he received the Academy's
punlian of Torah Award.
A supporter of the Mesivta High
an officer of Kneseth
I tion, Mr. Schapiro,
\ inored by the He-
al College of Cliic-
i wish National Fund.
the United Jewish Ap-
Instant v
Friendship^
r v
'fhe warm greeting of
your Welcome Wagon
hostess with "The Most
Famous Basket in the
World" will introduce
you to our community
and start you on the
WJjy toward new and
lasting friendships.
Ifyouarenewintown,
call
Phone 238-3575
Col. Ze'ev Shaham
Speaking Sunday
At Beth Sholom
As part 'if Temple li. th Slto-
lom's Si cond annual Israoii-in-
Rcsidence program, Col. Ze'ev
Shaham will preset:) the subject
Thi V >ung P< ople <-i Israel \:v
i ; i i the ti mple Sunday.
Mis 10:30 a.m. lecture will be pre-
ceded by a congregational break-
fa it.
Col. Shaham, who now holds a
Senior Command post, has been an
fsrai l Defense Forces (.nicer since
it was first established. The Israeli
military leader has held a number
of command and administrative
positions, and has played a key
role in th" defense of his country
The public is also invited to
attend Col. Shaham's lecture at
the temple on Sunday, Nov. 15.
"Who Are The Palestinians?" will
be the topic under discussion on
lhat date.
Jewish Birthrate Is
On Rise In Israel
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Jew-
ish birthrate in Israel has been
rising steadily since the June. 1967
Six-Day War but is still far be-
hind the local Arab birthrate, ac-
cording to the new statistical year-
book published last week.
During the past three years Jew-
ish births have risen from 21.5
per thousand to 24.2. The birth-
rate among Israeli Arabs is al-
most twice as high, but a decade
ago it was nearly triple the Jewish
rate, the statistics showed. They
also showed that the birthrate is
falling among Oriental Jewish fam-
ilies and rising among Western
Jews, apparently as a result of
issimilation between the two
gr tips.
The average Jewish urban fam-
ily here has 3.9 members. Accord-
ing to the statistical yearbook. t*u>
world Jewish population in 19f>8
vps 13,765,000. The statistics dis-
closed that only 14'; of i- aell
families own a car. Half of the
native-born Israelis hive t<-le-
n' ics but only 12'.' of those fam-
ilies whose brcidwinnor was born
in Africa or Asia possess the in-
strument.
On Local Movie Screens
"Giant" opens Friday at the
Olympia, Normandy. Shores. Twin
GaNes I, and Suniland; holdovers
; include "Monte Walsh," at the
Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd
Si net; "Lovers and Other Stran-
gers." Patio, Twin I and Carlyle;
"Fantasia," Twin II Darli land;
"The Christine Jorgenscn Storv,"
Mayfair; "Sunflower." Surf; "The
Virgin and the Gypsy," Parkway,
and "Joe" at the Byron.
Shutnan Celebrating 70th
Laurence H. Shuman, president
Miami Beach Lodge 1591. B'nai
B'rith, will boat the meeting in
i.'k Algiers Until Wednesday at
in in In.nor of his 70th birth-
day. Committee reports will be
given by Sidney Rockwell for Hil-
lei and Morris Ri lff< n for thi
Anti-Defamation League; enter-
tainment will be provided by vo-
calist Nina Diamond and "tin sage
of Miami Beach," Dr. Abraham
Wolfson, will give some advice on
how to reach 100 years of age.
NEW YOLK (JTA) -During the
past four years, the number of
prospective converts to Judaism
accepted by American Conserva-
tive rabbis has risen about 50' <,
from about 2.000 in 1966 to an
estimated 3.000 this year, aernYd-
;ng to a report by a rabbi who has
made a survey of such conver-
sions.
The survey was made by Rabbi
Aaron H. Blumenthal of Mount
Vernon, N.Y., who sent a question-
naire t members of the Rabbinic-
al Asseml ly, the association of
Conservative rabbis. Rabbi Blu-
ir nthal described some of his
findings in an article in the cur-
n nt issue of Conservative Juda-
ism, the quarterly publication of
thi u.\ ai d the Jewish Th< o
\l Si minary of America, the Con
s. rvati\.' si i,,u.;.r..'. As ha' e I I
other stu :i> s on conv rsl in, thi
Bl im< nthal n port indicated that
most candidates f r conversion
are attracted to Judaism by the
ii sii to marry Jews,
One key conclusion reported by
Rabbi Blumenthal was that "the
problem is larger than we have
bi li. ved ii to be." He cited a 1953
report b> Rabbi .Max Eichhorn, a
Reform rabbi active in conver-
sions, that the 1,000 RA members
averaged about one conversion a
year. Rabbi Seymour Friedman
reported to a 19t".6 meeting of the
RA Metropolitan Region an esti-
mate that the Conservative move-
ment recc ives 2,000 converts per
.ear. Citing data and extrapo'a-
tions of the data from the survey
questionnaire. Rabbi Blumenthal
reported. "It is safe to assert that
the number has risen to at U ast
3.000" annually now.
He rci>ortcd also that members
of the RA Committee on Jewish
Law and Standards, for which he
conducted the survey, had point-
ed out that in large- metropolitan
areas, the 3.000 total did not "re-
flect the large number of unaf-
filiated Jews whom we cannot
serve because of limitations of
time." He cited a comment of one
Conserativc rabbi that "I get at
least one call a week from people
whom I do not know and I simply
do not have time to take all of
them."
Rabbi Blumenthal informed his
fellow rabbis that "the number
of converts to Judaism has be-
come so substantial that we must
address ourselves vigorously to
the problem on a national level."
He also asserted that "there is
every reason to belitve that the
flow will not diminish."
He reported that seven regional
groups now sponsor formal classes
for converts under Conservative
auspices, located in Ix)ng Island.
New England. Chicago, Philadel-
phia. Los Angeles, Ontario and
Washington, D.C. He said a few
Conservative rabbis in other cities
"have sufficient candidates to war-
rant the establishment of regular
courses of study." He disclosed
that some conversions involved
emergencies, such as pregnaiu les
and terminal diseases "and such
Cl nvi rslons usually are expedited."
Study requirements sometimes
an waived when couples have al-
ii ady civilly married, for children
attending religious schools who
are converted with non-Jewish
mothers, and for members of the
armed lours going overseas. He
had been informed that 45 of the
rabbis dispense with the usual
,K nod of instruction.
Fees for conversions were re-
ported as varied. While 132 rabbis
did noi charge any fee, 31 report-
ed that they did. Where teachers
are employed, the fee Is $5 to $10
pei session. Sometimes the con-
gregation charges a fee which may
I e "as low as $25 or as high as
$150, l We colleague chars,
another $100, which includi
.'. ddl fee. Still am >i hi r i
s $100, to bi ..i\ n to the scholar-
ship fund of his congregation;
this includes $40 for the mikvah
and $30 for witnesses."
Information from college rabbis
indicated they did not charge fees j
in conversions because, as om
put it. "I am paid to be a rabbi j
and a teacher." He reported "a I
large measure of uniformity" in
convtrsion procedures. He said
154 rabbis follow the procedure in
the RA manual on conversions,
with eight following it partially
and only 11 who do rot follow it
at all. He said 172 rabbis assemble '
a Bet Din (rabbinical court I for
he conversion, and onlv two do
not, and that 162 insist on use of
a miKvah while 14 do not. He sail!
160 demand circumcision of male
converts and only 14 do not. He
criticized the almost total ab-
sence cf any follow-up program,
reporting that only 23 rabbis
mentioned follow-up effort which
"in some instances did not go be-
yond "putting names on a con-
gregational mailing list, or invit-
ing converts to join adult study
programs" and that 140 rabbis had
no follow-up program at all.
Shewn reviewing the Adult Education program of the Beth
Icrah Congregation are. (hem left) Judae Arthur I. Snyder,
School Board chairman, Mrs. Arthur J. Brown. Adult Educa-
tion chairman, Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, spiritual leader, and
Abrcham J. Gittelson, Educational director.
Obituaries
REPHUN
Mrs. Resins, 80, of 37.0 Washing-
tin Ave, M.B. pawed sway n -
,-..,. ,,,., ;>, cominir from Jersey
City, N.J. 20 years ago. Survived
i.\ ,.ii*o:4nd MftX, son? josh of M.B..
and Kabbi Sholom Kcphun Of N.T.C.,
flaugntcr -Mrs. Amu- Fruohter of
.M.H. and Kfandrhildrcn. Services
were held at Ihe Riverside Chop* I
with Interment In Israel.
COHEN. Mas, M, 9195 Collins Av.,
MB. Ilasberg
HEI.LErt. Prank Howard. 85, 17500
N.E. tlth A\e. Levitt, Intorm.-it Vt
Sinal.
RfciNarEIN. Irma, BI, 7*00 Hardl'.ig
Avi' Riverside. liil.-rni*-nt Mt.
Ncbo.
RODENBERft, 'Jertrude, :'.'. 12(1 101st
St., Bay Harbor Island. Riverside.
Iniermi'iit Temple Israel Cemetery
BRICKMAN. Ki.sc llarali. 78, 1334
Washington Ave., Mil. Newman.
GERLACH, Kred, 71, bSo 15th *! M B
Newman.
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7920
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Crespi fttv*
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84. S.'ifl i. ..." lir ,
mei ment Ml S
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KLEIN, lssv,
Riverside.
langel, Ray
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LIEBER, May,
MB a irdon.
LIFSCHITZ. Tlllle, 60, I ..... Sai
I:;v.1 Mil Klvemlde
MUSMAN. ..lollle, ". 8.MI ,"i, Bl M B
Rlvei
REICHNER, Mlldn I H 72,
Hay Harbor Dr Riv i nidi .
SPENCER. Katheru.e Ro*e,
Coral Blvd., Mlramnr Pork. Bla>
bers,
ROSEN, Ashi r, 59 2133 IVa I
i'i. Riverside
selden. Joseph n.. i :.i x k. l7th
St. Itiv. is'.-
2UCKERMAN. Bsmilol, f7, 1913 S.
Ocean Dr., Hai.andal^. Riverside,
GOLDSTEIN. S: Dr., M B. Riverside
KAPLAN. Bertha, M, 1?JS s Oblde*
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KAPLAN, Marion, 6, 1591 N.E. Ml-
Mtni 'iarihs |... Ci v crsi i v
MILES, Nathan H.. 80. SS7 Mtll St
MB Levllt
PERLMAN, Nathan B. T, 1000 West
Ave., Ml;. Riverside,
SAYETTA, rsltt, -.a :sr,S Euclid Avc.
M.B. Levitt.
SIEGEL, la. ( J. 70,
shore 1 t i.i\. rsidi
SILVERSTEIN, Sidney,
lfc.".th Ter. Riverside
FELBERBAUM. Ann.
Ave M B. Rlve.-slde
GERCHAko^. Banal, 7". 928 Michi-
gan Ave M.ll Rlvi rslde.
GORDON. Julius, 55, :;7i': N i: ISSUl
St. Riverside.
heinick, l iiv. m, _.........an Dr
M it Gordon. Interme.H Mi x. bo
STEIN. Lou's, 70, 1000 w.si
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DINNER. Louis, .12 Michiga.i Av*
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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IN TJIKfJNOlIT COUKTOI
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
JAM KM PATRICK CONNOR,
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VOC; <.f WU.I..K Ht'KRAY COX-
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tun divorce with tl
Court'* Clerk and *ervi ..
Altemeys, VON ZAMPT &
SMITH, I4MJ Capital Bank P.l-lir .
hiortd* on di
LtfccraitrT. 1970, I
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DATi>!4>: November ':. I
i:. B LBATHERMAN, CLERK
By: C. P. COPELAND
Ijliuiy Clerk
(i*lrcuii <.'.url Seal)
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A'U-rTiey for K '
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NOTiCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
U HEREBY GIVEN that
.. u- del : encase
of NEBLR PAIXT fc BODY SHOP at
Miami. Florida
witn the
Clark of tfe Court of Dude
County Florida
BETNAIJX) PEREZ
JOSK HONZALEZ
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-384'
FRANK B DOWLING
In RE: Estate of
iACK FINKBLSTEIN,
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i.. i -;.| All Pi
Ifou ir. hen I and re-
quired
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tl,'- estate of JACK RfN'KELSTKIN
FIo-
f Dade
ounty
and i n tie n 7S3 i';.
Florida .-'. I iti
Coun*
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fn.m the timi- ..f tha flral publJ
hen '< or I hai 11 I
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'lay of Ootobar, A I> ''
MARTIN FINE
Ai A'lmlnlHtr.
First publication of tiii: nctl
the Mh day of Novi mbi r,
FINE JACOBBON & BLOCK
Attorneyi for Adroinlatrator
1"1 K r Htteet
Miami, Florida
11/8-11-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES
COURT IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4018
l' RE Estate of
ARTHUR B B< 'AZ.MAN.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Demand Ai
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f Dade C
the i bounty .inda;i | Dade
' and flh i ,iUpii-
I .- provldi .1 ; Bi
Si tuti i in tl i Ir i ff
1 ni tl .U-. : Dadi Coun-
ty, Florida, withli Lar months
from the iim<:- of tii- first publl
. Miami, Florida, thl
day of \. v.-ml.-r ad 191
r.'-'-'l.l.l- BOTBTTE BOAZMAN
KfTRT V7ELU8CH, A
. Almerla Avenue
Coral Gabli Florida 33134
a- Executrix
; publication of this notice on
of n, veml er, 1S70.
KCRT V7BLU8CH
for Estate of
ARTHri'. !i BOAZMAN
1ST Almerii Avenue, Coral Cables,
Florida 33134
ll/fi-13-20-27
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722ACTS OF 1941
.., PILE NO. 70 A 1536
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i>aniel md Cecelia Breltbart liold-
r of Coui ty T i Certificate*
numbered M21 I Issued the
I y of May A.D
>'"" "". mj ff
hi issued
libra.-.-
the f.|! iw Ing desei rty |n
thi C unty of Dadi
to wit:
I ol : Block 1. Eal .' H .mcs
g' : 77 Page 74, In
Section 19. Ti rtahtp South
Rai L-- Id Baal In thi C >ui ty of
Dade, State of Florid* a* em-
i h Ci rtlfli S
ni,- assi ismi it of i i prom rty
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In the name of Cutty Bark
Bldrs
t 1970
County taxei
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ti : was In
the name of Invi Dlvi ralfled
Ber Inc.
This deed will he Isau 1 subject to
unty Taxi i I i unty Uena
lei il !i I
l avi'ordlng to Law, the property
described herein will be sold t.. the
Iilehest bidder f.'r cash at the Court
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the month of December A I> 1970
Is the 7th day of 1.,, mber
Dated this 2nd day of November.
A.D. 1970
e n i-eathf.t:mw
Clerk Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florid.i
BjW kmitto Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal
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FLORIDA IN PROB--E.
No. 33605-B

ITIMER KuBEUN
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICAT.ON FOR
DISTRIBLTION A'D
FINAL DISCHARGE
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Mi lain
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You, PHILIP M !1; -
are hereby notified thai ml
Complainl f..r Divorce 1 n fiiaj
agalnat you. and \-n are
serve .. 11 py I ) "ur A ihit i PIb"
Ina to the BID i I C
Plaintiff* attorney. SHKLPON
l.Kl.i MIK and MAP. >l> < k
SIN. I* \Y Fktaii r -
Miami. Kl. ii i fll
original Answer or Pli
the Clerk of thi I P
on or before the 4th daj >'
b,-r. It0. If you fall I l'1
nv i by default u 111 I
you for the relief dent I '"! '"
I>i 11 of Complaint. .,
ThU shall 1-c n' '-'""' "JL
.... h week f.T four i
in THE JEWISH II.' Ml'l tN-
DONE AND ORDEHF 1
Florida, this 2nd ila> v ;' ''
A Ii 1970 ., ,
E B I.EATHEItMAV
Circuit Court, Dade i
By: MARGl'ERn t KtNT
p. puty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
SHELDON N LEIX"HI K
HA Km 1. H KA8SIN
I w Flagler St.. Rm I
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Attorn. \ ^ :..i I'l.iiutiff
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jenist> ncridiVJ
solicits your legal notic*
W appreciate yur
patronage and guarcrnte*
accurate service at ieow
rates .
Diai 373-1695
tot messerger serrlcs


November 6, 1970
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Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
IEGAI NOTICE
IEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEG NOVICE
! oUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
hVb FOR DAOE COUNTY.
TfuORIDA-IN PROBATE
F No. 70 3793
,0HN R BLANTON
, E TO CREDITORS
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. and All Persons Hav-
Demands Against Said


or
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-181H9
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
N'.MA PUOLIESE,
Plaintiff,

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...; .,, claim* and de-
i v..\i may haw against
, i IDA MAUBEB de-
i..,,i- County. Florida,
udge. of Dade County, < i""
;. iii duplicate ax pro-
in-tion '"' 16. Florida Stat-
in Hi- County
, pad- County, Florida.
...1,11,1.11 m.....he from the
%.' first publication In i eof,
.:. lv|ii he burred,
Miami, Uii~ l"'li nay "'
v.P l*T'i
(lildH Levins
\ l"\ ii'rl**
., .. iiication of this notice on
, i >. tnber, ll'To.
gftei K tl'l.A.V POBTBB,
Ijjjio.N A K BXIN
_,. i ror Bxi i-utrls
- Street, Miami, Fla.
I- S3-30 II I-1S
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
iMIi'E I* HKRBBY OIVBN that
LTi,.l. desiring to engage In
th- fictitious name of
is t INFANTIL NUNEZ CAR.
t.v .- w 8th si :ii 36th
City ol Miami, Florida,
I I in: Courl of Dade
i' miij Florida.
mi. Florida, this IStb
iher, I'.'"."
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T 1 NTS. INC,
IIKII BY A IIARTEL
Vppllcnnt
Hank in,..
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III 23-.1U II 6-13
Jl >8BPH pculiese. .lit.
1 i-f-,n!ant.
TO: JOSEPH PUOLIESE, .lit.
St 78 -'.ih St.
Aittoi ia, \ w York
You. JOSEPH PI'OI.IF.SF., JR., are
hereby notified thai BUI of Com-
ii for Divorce baa bean filed I
against you, :mil >nu are required to
serve n copy of your Answer or Plead- I
mi; to the Mill oi Complaint on the
Plaintiff* nttnrney. ROBERT II.
KUHNS, EsgUIRE. :;-m Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleadings in the
office of ih- Clerk of the Circuit I
Court on or before the H day of
November, 1970, If you fail to IlKl.-m 111 l,\ r|..f-..||| .-III b. 1;,1.,.., I
agnit .-' you for Hi- relief demanded
in th- ihii of Complaint,
Tins notice ahall be published once
each Week for f >ur consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOHIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thin 7 day of October AH.
1970.
E. 1! LEATHBRMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dado County, Florida
By: I. 8NEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
ftIrcull Courl Seal)
ROBERT II BURNS
350 Lincoln ltd.
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
in/ifi-ia-nn n n
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
iii- undersigned, desiring to ngage
in business under the fi-titious name
of A A: .1 ITAIJAN RESTAURANT
at :I7.".I N.W. 167th Sir i, Miami in-
tend to register said name \<. 11>
ih. Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
JOHN VKI.ARDI and
C ARM ELLA I.NDIEKO
KB8SLEK, IH III. SHERADSKY,
A IIECKERMAN
Atti.rii-ys for nppllcantfl
1893 s \\ .ii,i Ave.
Miami, Fla.
in :i" II 6-1-1-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
CARA.MEI.i is El. ARTISTA, at i!P61
S.W. .". SI Miami. Florida Intend* to
regieter said name with the Clerk ol
th- Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
JUAN M OMVA
(owner
10 16-23-30 ii 6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY U1VEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in iiu.-iin ss under the fictitious name
of INTERNATIONAL r>IVKUS"-'IVI>
INDUSTRIES al P.O. Box "4. Iluena
Vista .Station. Miami. Flu. 33187 In-
tends to register Bald name with the
I'lerk of the Circuit Couil oi Dmuii
County, Florida.
HIAI.BAH FACTORS. INC.
SIDNEY BFRONSON
Attorney for Applicant
BIS Atnaley Itidg.
Miami. Fla. 33132
1" 30 II 0-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE :s HEREBY OIVBN thai
I the underfilled, desiring to engage In
" huelneM utraer the fictitious name ol
- | p.t'i'HWAi.i) JEWELERS at s-y-
' hold Arcade, Miami. Florida Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of ihe Circuit Court ol Dade County.
Florida
Estate of Joseph BurhwaM
By: Janet Buchwald, Administratrix
CLAUDE I. KIciiki.
Attorney for Applicant
1 '.:. Wast Flagler Street
Miami. Florida
l" 2::-3ii ll 6-13
r_; rni'NTY JUDGE'S COURT
. > FOR DAOF COUNTY.
FwORIDA IN PROBATE
NO 70-3475
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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I CKKMAN,
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i,i i, mandfl Against Said
Lie
I by notified and re-
' any claims and de.
rh you niay have against
MAN ZITKERM v\ de-
r Dade County. Florida.
unty Judges "f Dnde Coun-
;!, Ill- same in duolic.it- and
s. etlnn 7:::'. m. Florida
their offices In I he l 'oun -
I 1 |i:ol- Count v. Flor-
1 calendar months from1
I t nbllcntlon here-
ikr mi ill be barred
lied m .me Florida, this IStb
( A.D 1'.'7"
II VVEISBNFR1 D
i Ml: \ JABI DNSKI
v- Admlnlstratrii es
i ..i thi- notice on
11. mber 1070
Immk-i ItooEltS, U>UUBR *
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Id n i
: Florida 13139
10 It-ZS-SO 11'6
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
H AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61777-C
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OROKmcZAK.
iNWMd.
CKCE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
FPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
I ANO FINAL OISCHAROE
POTICK is hereby given that I
"Vil my Final It-port anil l'e-
r Distribution and Final DIs-
Ancillary Executrix of the
and thai on the -7th day
tarn i, IJ70, in m.piv to ihe
""He County Judges of Dade
ty. far approval r.f sa,.l Final
"I ror distribution and final
I Ancillary Exncutrlx -f the
1" fie above-named decedent
PsJMh day nf n, i,,i,- |.,t
I THKI.M MAI.l
fio.,..'*1"'1""1"-4' Executrix
|.WN & FEI-DMAN
f'rr..
li'iKjia- Concourse
i'Marl..,r Islands.
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t1!"! CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Tel .Si JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
m AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 70-14366
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ltlT ,S, RUCTIVE SERVICE
"BEAN. INC., a Florida
onttlon,
itltnf
te;,'! '^'-"MAXand
"^'^'^^'HAbl.IMiTFD.
ri. ii|,iy Incorporated under
kolbdkmi """""" M'""1"
[loi,"!",',,1.' ';':"H| Bahamas
Sn "BRBBY NOTIFIED
ni In Interpleader has been
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f-l-s u '"p-v "f >'"ur wr"-
n- :,.",,'"> '" on TAl.l-
itntirr ,"Am.er. Attorneys for
'Kiwii .,""" addreas is tM l.in-
/(!';,''""" P*. Blorida SS1S0.
K ibnv '"'";1","1 w"h "'- Oerk
\ ,' '-'l Court on or be-
| (aj of November, IHTO;
sgaiasi ,ud"1B*"< be en-
" yU for the relief de-
T s'h. i ..mplalnt.
c. V '>; hand and the seal of
, .Miami, Floral.,, oil tins
'"i October, 1979.
'i LEATHBRMAN
AV. '-'k. Clroull Court
"> I- 8NBEDBN
*lt C0J?oPUS Clerk
-WICK
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-18243
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JUANITA DIANE CROAK,
Plaintiff,
vs
B1CI1 VHD EDWARD CROAK,
Defemlanl
'It >: RICH Rl i EDWARD CRl IAK
391 \\ Unltlmore (Apl 11
\ ga Net nds R9109
You. i:li 'HARD BDW ARD I "IH i \l-
are hereby notified ili.it n Bill of c.....-
plain I for I ilvon has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy "i your Answer "i Plead-
ing to iii- lull of Complain! on the!
Plaintiff's attorney, DROVER Cl-
MENT VVEIN8TBIN A BTAUBER.
I' \ ISO Mm .In Road. Miami Beach,
Florida and tile ih- original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of ih- circuit Court on or before the
17th day of November, 1970. If you
fail to do so. judgment by default
will he taken agalnsl you for the relief
demanded in the Hill of Complaint
This notice shall be published on-
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THK JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND OBDBRBD at Miami.
Florida, this Mb day of October A D,
1970.
E l:. LEATHBRMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: I. 8NBBDEN
Deputy ch-rk
(Circuit Court S. all
f!ROVER OlMENT WEIN8TEIN *
STAI'BBR, r A.
il.Mi Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Florida
Attorneys for I'lainlilf
___________ I0/19-I3-30 11/6
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT-OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-19103
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
LOUIS ZBZZA,
Plaint Iff,
vs.
MARION ZF7.ZA.
Defendant.
TO: MARION 7.F.ZZA
ltd'. L'08
Highland Mills. New York
You. MARION ZBZZA ar- hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint lor
Divorce has been fll-d against you.
and you are required to servo a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney. ROBERT II. BURNS, E8-
UUIBB :;."i Lincoln ltd Miami Beach,
Fla. nnd file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk ol
the Clr-uit Court on or before the
Hath day of November, 1H7. If you
fall to do so. Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded m ihe Bill of Com-
plaint.
This no'ico shall be published once
each wi'OK for four consecutive weeks
hi THE JEWISH FUiRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Plorida. this L'mh day of October,
A.D. 1970.
E. II. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dad- County. Florida
By: L 8NEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Clroull Courl Seall
ROBERT 11 BURNS
350 IJneoln ltd.
Miami Beach, Fla.
in,i:<-;i u c-n
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
th- undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Ciil.oMAI. BOOK SHOPPB at
7911 Arthur Godfrey ltd., Miami Reach,
Fin. ::.:ilii hi tends lo register said
name with the Clerk of Ihe Circuit
Courl nf Dade I '"tint \. Florida
RAMONA LISA HOOK STORE, INC.,
a Florida corporation, sole owner
President : Ram it h li I l"i i it/.
IK' i.N" A EPSTEIN, E i
Ailornt y for Applicant
120 I.me,In Road
.Miami Reach, I- I
10 IS 23-30 11-6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREin OIVEN that
th< undersigned, desiring lo engage
in business under the fictitious name
JAN'S Cl'TI.ER 1:11 !". BEAUTY SA-
LON \- BOUTIQUE nt 10967 Carib-
bean Boulevard Intends to register
said name with l>i- c;-rt> ol the Cir-
cuit Court of I Hide County, Florida.
JEFFERY ENTERPRISES, INC
1036" Caribbean Blvd.
\l VRVIN ROSS FRIEDMAN
Attorn-y for Jeffcry Enterprises, Inc.
::7 s u Mb Street, suit- i'i:>
10 16-23-30 11 ti
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business uiuli r the fictitious name
of THK OCEAN OATE MOTEL and
APARTMENTS at :'",:,l and 9S6U Collins
Avenue, Burfalde, Miami Bench, Fla
13154 intenda lo registef aald name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Ol Dad- County. Florida.
9551 Collins Avenue Cerp.,
a Florida corporation
by: Charles Bvans Hughes, President
LEON A BPBTBIN
Attorney for owner
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-3305
In RE: Estate of
PHILIP Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and rc-
auired to present any claims and
demands which you may have against
the estate of PHILIP GORDON de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dad- County,
land file Ih- same in dlinllcate ami
as provided In Section 7:::: 16, Florida
Statutes, in their of 1 Ices m the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flo-
rida, within six calendar momhs from
the 11 me of thi In -1 publli it Ion here-
of, or Ihe 'am- w ill be but red
Dated Hi Miami. Florida, i! is 21sl
da) "f i tober, A 11 1970
ETHEL ii"i:m >N
\- Executrix
Flrsl publli ai'in "i i his notli on
ibe ""Hi day "f < >ctober, r Jo.
HERBERT B VVII BN8K1
Attorney for Execulrl v
::i; I'.is. a\ ne Building
in 30 11 6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTh'K Is: HEREBY GIVE! I
the undersigned, desiring ( engage
in hustm inidi 'iis name
..f in-." \\ E1ST BAY HARBOR \ PTS
ai 1135 Kan- i'.......ii' i Bay Hal or
l dnnds, Florida 331 .1 Intend lo n ---
;-. i unld name iili the 'lerl. of
Ihe i ,;i n" c in t of Dad- County,
Florida.
Sylvesti r DIStasio
Oi ne Ocnols
I:, rnaril Krillh
l 'a--'.i p r. K mm, I
KOMMIil.. RfMiERS. LORBERA
SHENKMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA No. 70-3637
FLORIDA
in RE: Estate ol
FREDA NEWALK,
i lecensed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
You are required within 8 calendar
months from th- first publication 'f
ihls Notice to file iii the oliove Court,
in writing, under oath, ami in dedi-
cate, any claim or demand which you
have or claim to have against the
Batata of FREDA NEWALK, de-
ceased, otherwise same will be barred.
BERNARDS. Kaplan. Executor
First publication October '.'".. 1970
in 83-30 ll 6-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the onderalgni d, desiring lo engage
In business under the fictitious name
I MAUSER OPTICAL at 1040 West
40th street. Hialeah, Florida Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
Of the Circuit Courl of Dade County.
Florida
JUAN A COSCULLUELA
SONNIA COSCULLUELA
1" n.ii II 6-13-20
iL'n Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla
In 16-23-30 ii-k
llav-
Said
Plaintiff
10/23-30 11/6-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBAi'c
No. 70-3638
In RE: Estate of
CIS SII.VF.K
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demi.mis Against Said
Batata:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims which you
may have against the estate of CIS
SILVER d,i cased late of Dad- Coun-
ty, Florida, to the County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
duplicate and as provided In Section
7:::: I*, Florida Btatutes, In their of-
fices in the County Courthouse in
Dnde County. Florida, within six
calendar months from the tim- of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will he barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 5th
day of October. A D 1070.
THKI.M A SILVER
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 16th day of October, 1S70.
PAUL KWITNKY
Attorney for Batata of Cis Silver
430 Lincoln ROM .,.,.
10/16-23-20 11/6
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 34001
h, RE: Estate of
KA1 I'M B DE1BHRT
1 lc, CIS.' I.
NOi'iCE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All P ran .-
vii: claims or Demanda At;.mist
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present -u.y claims am. demands
which you may huve against Ihe -s-
lat- Of RALPH E DBIBBBV de. eas-
ed late of Dade nuiltv, Florida, to
ih- County Judge* mf Dade County.
and tile ti.- seine In duplicate and
as provided In Section 731.16. Florida
Statutes in their offtcos in th- Coun-
ty' Courthouse in Dade County, Flo-
rida, within six calendar month.- from
the time of the flrsl publlcatlrn here*
of. or the same will be barred
Dated at .Miami, Florida, this ::)
dav of Keidemher. A.D. Ia7.
GLENN A DEIIIKUT.
Am Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 30th lay of October. la9.
ARTHUR l. WI.FSon
Attorne}'for Estate of
Ralph K Delbert, Dec'd
(05 lliscayne llulldine. Miuinl. Fla,
In Ml 11 i 13 -.'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-3764
In BE; Estate of
AARi IN SHBINKER
la ceuM >i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
in- claims or Demands Agahisl Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to pr-scnt any claim- and demands
which you may hav- against the
-slate of AARON SHELNKBR deceas-
ed late of Dad- County. Florida, to
the County Judges of Dade County,
and file th- same In duplicate and as
1 provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, In Ihelr offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dad- County Flo-
rida, within six cal
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-18573
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SUSAN O Ml. LEW IS SADAR,
Plaintiff,
\ s
c.AKN I tl'W '; SADAR,
I' rial
TI GARY I.UDWIG SADAR
col udM ^ .1 s.nl.i r
I'.' Way
I' ; '.lire'. Pi
YOU OARY LUDWIO SADAII
hereby notified thai n Complaint for
Dlvorct ii i" ii filed against u
aui\ you are required to s. ve a i
ii" >,.ur An-w-r or Pleading t" the
i 'nmolalnl mi the Plnintlff's nltorni ).
RANTER ti FRIBI>MAN IK7B NE
UiSrd Street, North Miami l'..a ll,
PI : la 33162 and file the origl it
Answer or Pleading In Ihe offlct of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 20th day ,.f November,
pi7i> if you fail to do so. Judgm nl
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Com-
plaint.
Till- notice shall he published once
each we,i< for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN.
I" INE AND i IRDERED nl M
Florida, tins 13th day ol October A D.
1070
C R LEATHBRMAN, Clerk,
Circuit i "uri. Bade County, Florida
By: c p ci ipKi and
Deputy Clerk
ii 'Ircull i "ourl Seal i
B VXTBR ,v- FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
1*75 N B. 163rd Stn el
North Miami Beach, Florida
m ie-23-rn n
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. '0-3859
JOHN R. 3LANTON
In RE: Instate of
CARL R< IS80W
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Personr Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against said
Estate:
VtiU are hereby notified and reuttlr*
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have agnlnsl the esl its
of CARL ROBSOW deceased lat- of
Dade County, Florida, to lb. 'nunli
Judges of Dad- County, and file the
sain- in duplicate and as provided in
Section 7".:: 16, Florida Statutes, In
Ihelr ofi'ic-s in the County OnurthoUHe
in Dade County. Florida, within six
calendar month* from the time of the
first publication hereof, ir Ihe same
will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 31
day of Octnbet, A.D 1970.
ROBERT JOEL ROHSOVV
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the SOth dav of October, IU7u.
BFRONSON .'i I.ITMAN
Attorneys tor B&ecutor
612 Ainsi-y Building,
Miami. Florida 33131
Iii 30 11 '
nf tin
th- time
of, or the game will be barred
Dated nt Miami. Florida, this 21st
day of October, A.D 1670.
MI'IIHY 8HEINKKR
WILLIAM SHBINKER
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the SOth day of October. 1S70.
IIKKMKRT It vYILBNSKY
Attorney for Co-ex,-,lUAors
317 Hiscaytie Building
I- ::ii ll '6-13-34
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3585
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate ol
Jl >SEPH lUCHW AID
Deceased.
.To All Creditors and All Persons llav-
ar months from in* claim- or Demands A";nml Said
- *..... -....... i ...
first publication hete- [ Estate:
You ar-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
th*1 undersigned, desiring to engaire in
business under the fictitious name of
FI4A. FRUIT PACKERS SHIP-
PERS at uooii San Vicente, Coral
Gables, Fla. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
A N N A111; 1.1.11 I: K A TZ
10 ^3-30 11 6-13
hereby notified nnd It -
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may hav, against
tie estate of JOSEPH BUCHWALD de-
ceased late of Dude County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dad- County,
and file the same in duplicate as pro-
vided in Section 733.16. Florida Stat -
utes. Iii their offices In the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florid..
within six calendar months from the
lime of ibe first publication hereof.
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this Sth
d) of October. A.D. 1370,
Janet Buchwald
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice
th- (3rd dav of October. 1970,
CLAUDB L B1CHKL
Attorney for Administratrix
13 IV. Flagler St.. Miami. Fin
l" j-:-:;a u 6-13
on
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
hN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-19118
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ADOI.FO L. HOMAOOSA,
Plaintiff,
vs
MlltF.l.l-A HOMAOOSA.
Defendant.
TO: MHUSLLA ROMAOOSA,
IS8S I.....ust.
Pasadena. California
You, MIRFLI-A ROMAOOSA, are
hereby notified that a itiii ,,f Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
agalnsl you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the urn of Complaint on
thi Plaintiff's attorney WALLACE
N. MAF.R, 4".-. Blscayne Building. IS
West Flagler Street, Miami. Florida.
13130 and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk -i
the circuit Court on or before the
|7th day of November, 1976, if you
fail to da s... Judgment by default
will be taken agalnsl you for the re-
lief demanded m the BUI of Com-
plaint.
rii is notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THHJBV. ISH Fl ORIDIAN.
i; j: I l: ^ THERM AN, Clerk.
cii-uit four! Dad. County. Florida
B) C P Cul'KI.A.ND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Courl Baal)
\\ 'A I. LACK N MAER
|n r. lyne P-utlding
Miami. Fla.
i":3-:o n '6-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. No. 70-11177
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
BDWARD F. SMITH,
Plaintiff,
vs. "f
DOROTHY SMITH.
Defendant.
TO: l >Rt iTHY SMITH.
Residence I'nknow n
Ymi. DOROTHY SMITH, ar, here-
by notified thai a Hill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed :,
you. and you are required t.. serve
a copy of your Answer or Pl<
to the Bill of Complaint on the plain-
tiffs attorney, ROBERT H. BURNS,
Bsqulre, 350 Lincoln Rd., Miami
Reach, Florida and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the circuit four! on "r
before the :tnih day "i November, 1970,
If you fall to do so, juil^m-nl by de-
fault will be taken agalnsl you fi r
the relief demanded ill Olt Bill of
Complaint.
'I in- notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THK JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
in IN K AND i I;I 'Klll.li at Miami.
Florida, this :':: day ol October ad.
1370
E. n. i.kathi:i:m.\n. ci-vk
Circuit Court, Dad- i'iJV Florida
By: I. BNEETTEN
I PUty Ciffg;
IC I. Hit Court Seall "'
Rl iRKRT 11 BURNS 1 ,
3S0 Lincoln Rd '
Miami Beach, Fla. .-a
Attorney for Plaintiff
lu^m I' 6-13-20


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